On the big screen: "Chinatown" (Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway). I'm lucky enough to live a stone's throw away from the Library of Congress Film Preservation & Reservation "vault", & 3 times a week they show older movies in their brand-new "art deco" theatre FREE to the public. So as hubby & I are HUGE classic film buffs, we're over there anywhere between once & 3 times a week depending on what's showing. (Tomorrow night we'll be going to see "Dr. Strangelove" (Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, etc.).
On tv: Just now finished watching Alfred Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt" (Joseph Cotten, Theresa Wright) on the Turner Classic Movie channel. Life would almost be meaningless without Turner Classic Movies! Lol!!!
TCM is one channel I miss since hubby cut down on the cable fees.
We only have basic cable, no movies or nothing.
I haven't watched any "movies" in a while because our pirate satellite receiver system has been down for the past few weeks. Just waiting for the fix file to be posted on line. Then we'll be back in business.
I am about to watch Coraline. My company played a part in the making of the movie so we are taking two hours out of our day today to watch it as a company. We are also doing the whole ice cream sundae bar thing too so I am pretty happy right now.