The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

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The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Carlos J » Wed Aug 26, 2015 2:37 am

Continuation from here: viewtopic.php?f=14&t=9465&start=1485

The Seven Five looks interesting and Lash's post from part 2 remains unanswered:
lasharoo wrote:Not strictly the correct thread for this but whatever, has anyone got a clue where I could find Law and Order (not the crap modern one, the 1978 four part series written by G.F.Newman) online? I can't find it anywhere, I think the beeb repeated it a year or two ago but I keep coming up blank and I've run out of ideas.


Lash. Can't find it to watch online but only a fiver or so from Amazon ain't a lot of coin: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Law-Order-BBC-1 ... B0015083MQ Looks quite interesting, might purchase myself.
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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Chris » Wed Aug 26, 2015 5:07 am

Black Swan (2010)

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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Minisooms » Wed Aug 26, 2015 8:34 am

And my question about the Matthew broderick docu
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Postby lasharoo » Wed Aug 26, 2015 6:02 pm

Carlos J wrote:Lash. Can't find it to watch online but only a fiver or so from Amazon ain't a lot of coin: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Law-Order-BBC-1 ... B0015083MQ Looks quite interesting, might purchase myself.

Cheers CJ, I've drawn a total blank in my quest to find this online so it seems I'm going to have to fork out some of my hard earned cash to some bastard on Amazon :( ta for the link mate, if you haven't seen it before then I would defo recommend it, it was a masterpiece imo :smt023
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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Lord Notin Kwestion » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:02 pm

Watched frailty again.

One of the best horror films ever made imo.

9/10
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Postby Dinger » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:09 pm

Cheers NotO currently downloading and on my GF list for the weekend :smt023 :dart:
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Postby Lord Notin Kwestion » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:11 pm

Dinger wrote:Cheers NotO currently downloading and on my GF list for the weekend :smt023 :dart:


It's a real watch twice or more film dingo. Hope you like it as much as me.
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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Kowalski » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:12 pm

I agree with Notin, Frailty is a classic. It is exceptionally creepy.

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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Carlos J » Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:13 am

Minisooms wrote:And my question about the Matthew broderick docu

Sorry, Mini. :( Here is your question from part 2. Had a brief look around on phone and couldn't see anything either:
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wentokradio wrote:I watched this intriguing little documentary on Netflix. IMDB gives away the general crux of it here:

"'Off Day' features a quest on director Oliver Maitland's part to uncover the truth behind an Irish road accident in 1987 involving Hollywood actors Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Gray. The August, 1987 crash took place near Enniskillen and cost the lives of mother and daughter Margaret Doherty and Ann Gallagher.
Maitland finds decades' old resentment and anger in the town against a Hollywood machine that swept in to the area and all but covered up what truly happened.
In an investigation taking him from Ireland to Hollywood, Maitland finds more conundrums in and around beloved cult actor Broderick and the showbiz dynasty that sheltered him."

Can you post a link I can't find this on Netflix or mentioned on IMDb or anywhere else for that matter :x
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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Tind » Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:58 am

Calendar Girls - it was on the telly on Saturday night. Love it.

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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Minisooms » Thu Aug 27, 2015 8:40 pm

Carlos J wrote:
Minisooms wrote:And my question about the Matthew broderick docu

Sorry, Mini. :( Here is your question from part 2. Had a brief look around on phone and couldn't see anything either:
Minisooms wrote:
wentokradio wrote:I watched this intriguing little documentary on Netflix. IMDB gives away the general crux of it here:

"'Off Day' features a quest on director Oliver Maitland's part to uncover the truth behind an Irish road accident in 1987 involving Hollywood actors Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Gray. The August, 1987 crash took place near Enniskillen and cost the lives of mother and daughter Margaret Doherty and Ann Gallagher.
Maitland finds decades' old resentment and anger in the town against a Hollywood machine that swept in to the area and all but covered up what truly happened.
In an investigation taking him from Ireland to Hollywood, Maitland finds more conundrums in and around beloved cult actor Broderick and the showbiz dynasty that sheltered him."

Can you post a link I can't find this on Netflix or mentioned on IMDb or anywhere else for that matter :x
did he dream it ?
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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Reg » Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:18 pm

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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby The Ghost of Alex Higgins » Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:20 pm

Minisooms wrote:
Carlos J wrote:
Minisooms wrote:And my question about the Matthew broderick docu

Sorry, Mini. :( Here is your question from part 2. Had a brief look around on phone and couldn't see anything either:
Minisooms wrote:
wentokradio wrote:I watched this intriguing little documentary on Netflix. IMDB gives away the general crux of it here:

"'Off Day' features a quest on director Oliver Maitland's part to uncover the truth behind an Irish road accident in 1987 involving Hollywood actors Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Gray. The August, 1987 crash took place near Enniskillen and cost the lives of mother and daughter Margaret Doherty and Ann Gallagher.
Maitland finds decades' old resentment and anger in the town against a Hollywood machine that swept in to the area and all but covered up what truly happened.
In an investigation taking him from Ireland to Hollywood, Maitland finds more conundrums in and around beloved cult actor Broderick and the showbiz dynasty that sheltered him."

Can you post a link I can't find this on Netflix or mentioned on IMDb or anywhere else for that matter :x
did he dream it ?


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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby Basualdo » Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:29 pm

Not a film but I'm halfway through Ken Burn's documentary series, The War.
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Re: The Last Film You Watched (Part 3)

Postby minx » Thu Aug 27, 2015 10:25 pm

Lord Notin Kwestion wrote:Watched frailty again.

One of the best horror films ever made imo.

9/10


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