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    Talking DVD Recommendations

    Ok, as I watch a HEAP of movies when ever I can I thought I'd share some of the good ones or nice surprises I've come across.

    First one that I can't wait to watch again (I'm going to buy it)
    Flashbacks of a Fool.''

    I found this in my local DVD shop for weekly rental.
    I didn't have time to read the cover as DS2 was acting the maggot but
    that turned out for the best because the story unfolded without any preconceptions, I LOVED it!

    Feel free to add in Movies you LOVED

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    Most people have probably seen this one already, Chaplin.
    I started to watch it about 8 years ago and only got round to watching it in full over the weekend. I love movies about real people so I really enjoyed it.
    Then because of J. Edgar Hoover's character in Chaplin, I rented that one out too, with Leonardo DiCaprio.
    Both movies were pretty good.

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    Another few good ones :

    Take Sheltar (a fave of mine)
    Love Lisa.
    Elegy.
    Kill the Irishman.
    Martha, Marcy May, Marlene.
    Fish Tank.
    Little Children.
    Amour.
    Frida.
    Shame.


    Then some lighthearted movies that were enjoyable :

    Warm Bodies.
    This is 40.
    Zombieland.
    Last edited by Phony; 16-09-2013 at 12:07.

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    ***coughs*** who's regurgitating old threads ***coughs***

    Rented The Drop last week.
    Pretty good.
    Most Tom Hardy films are good though, very easy on the eye

    Also, The Foxcatcher.
    Yikes!
    If you know nothing about this true story then don't look it up, just rent it.
    Excellent.

    OK, that's all for now unless anyone has some to add?
    I want to see Big Eyes next. Looks good.


 

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