The Film Thread

CatmanV2

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From what I’ve read Churchill really wasn’t liked by other MPs at the time and an awful lot of them thought that continuing the war was a very bad idea.
That wouldn't surprise me. I would surprise me if he nipped down to the underground to find a cast of characters reminiscent of Mary Poppins telling him he was correct....

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Oneball

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That wouldn't surprise me. I would surprise me if he nipped down to the underground to find a cast of characters reminiscent of Mary Poppins telling him he was correct....

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Salt of the earth, they are, salt of the earth, quick trip to the Borough Markets will show any film luvvie what true Londerners are like. ;)
 

rockits

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Watched this the other week but forgot to mention it was worth watching for those interested. I have to say I never knew who he was until this film.

 

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Just watched Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman.

A didn't know quite a bit about him. He was still driving race cars at 82 years old not that long before he died. Pretty amazing but simple man.
 

Andyk

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Watched it last night on Amazon Prime.
Really enjoyed it, apart from Daniel Craig's American accent!
Started to watch this....got bored and fell asleep. I think Daniel Craig's accent didn't help. My son stayed the course and watched it all though.
 

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Thread resurrection but with a twist.

Girls, 12 & 13, seem to have got into all the films we watched in the 80s, 90s & 00s, we have done all 4 Weddings, Notting Hill, Love Actually type, ET, Close Encounters, Ghostbusters etc. and we are just about to start Back to the Future ones

But what's next, Jurassic Park maybe, anyone got any other ideas don't want anything too graphic just fun family entertainment
 

rockits

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Thread resurrection but with a twist.

Girls, 12 & 13, seem to have got into all the films we watched in the 80s, 90s & 00s, we have done all 4 Weddings, Notting Hill, Love Actually type, ET, Close Encounters, Ghostbusters etc. and we are just about to start Back to the Future ones

But what's next, Jurassic Park maybe, anyone got any other ideas don't want anything too graphic just fun family entertainment
Awesome.....great fun and good bonding oppo.

I watched Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Uncle Buck, Home Alone with my son.

Also will go through others over time. Maybe:
Various National Lampoon's
Father of the Bride
Blues Brother's
Big
Trading Places (BH Cop might be a bit sweary!)
Police Academies
Naked Gun
Airplane
Ferris Bueller
Caddyshack
See no evil hear no evil
The Goonies
Good Morning Vietnam
The Mask
Midnight Run

Just a few.....I'm sure their are tons. I've watched a lot of movies in my time!