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Old 12-15-2017, 09:35 AM
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Default Let's recommend some movies

Molly's Game,, superb Idris Elba, sexy and superb Jessica Chastain.
And a rollicking script based on an autobiography.
Poker players will probably love this one. And that was only one reason that I did.
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Are we recommending current movies only, or classic favorites as well?
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Are we recommending current movies only, or classic favorites as well?
Any movie.
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I heard "Dunkirk" was good, though I wasn't really able to see it yet, been busy with work, but I've been hearing good reviews about it.
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I heard "Dunkirk" was good, though I wasn't really able to see it yet, been busy with work, but I've been hearing good reviews about it.
I saw Dunkirk and it is excellent.
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Man, the more reason for me to see it.
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I'll watch Christmas in Connecticut for the first time this weekend. I'm a huge Barbara Stanwyck fan. Two of her best I'd recommend: Double Indemnity, and The Lady Eve.

What kinds of films do you all like? My plan is to write about film history, so this is right in my wheelhouse.
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An underrated Chevy Chase film is Funny Farm. I lol'd.

But if you don't like him this won't change your mind

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Slap Shot. One of the best sports movies ever made.
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If you're in a San Fran state of mind, definitely check out 'The Game' with Michael Douglas. Great flick. Then watch 'Zodiac,' directed by David Fincher. It is really well done, but there are some chilling parts that are horrifyingly realistic. I wish it wasn't a true story.
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