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Old 08-20-2012, 11:14 AM   #4531
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A couple of nights ago we watched a moldy oldie from 1962...The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. It was a great old movie and was loaded with memorable stars such as Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Lee Marvin, Vera Miles, Andy Devine, and more.

It was a neat old western and in black-and-white, which further added to its charm. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Old 08-20-2012, 12:03 PM   #4532
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I just reserved The Hunger Games on BD at the Redbox.
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Old 08-20-2012, 12:21 PM   #4533
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That is the problem, who are the bad guys? Don't answer that, I know who. The Rich ones, the decadent ones, the ones who take away from the poor and distribute tothe rich. I lived thru it.
It's a story of the triumph of the human spirit. It will just take more than one movie to tell it, just like real life. It is a good story.
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Old 08-20-2012, 12:22 PM   #4534
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A couple of nights ago we watched a moldy oldie from 1962...The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. It was a great old movie and was loaded with memorable stars such as Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Lee Marvin, Vera Miles, Andy Devine, and more.

It was a neat old western and in black-and-white, which further added to its charm. We thoroughly enjoyed it.

One of my favorite movies too, Katie!

Have you seen "The Quiet Man" lately. It was John Wayne's favorite of any movie he ever did.
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Old 08-20-2012, 02:46 PM   #4535
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A couple of nights ago we watched a moldy oldie from 1962...The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. It was a great old movie and was loaded with memorable stars such as Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Lee Marvin, Vera Miles, Andy Devine, and more.

It was a neat old western and in black-and-white, which further added to its charm. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
I love the old B&W movies. The English murder movies do a great job of using B&W to tell the story.
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Old 08-20-2012, 03:16 PM   #4536
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It's a story of the triumph of the human spirit. It will just take more than one movie to tell it, just like real life. It is a good story.
I'm sorry my friendthe stories of this kind of "human spirit" are not anything "like real life" and only lead to revolutions. Or to begin with to "ocupy wallstreet" movements...

On the other hand pretty much anything made in 1962 is great. Loe those old movies.
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Watched Hunger Games last night. I actually liked it more than I thought I would. Probably not enough to read the books, though.
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I have read all the books, not especially interested in watching the movies.
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Old 08-20-2012, 04:31 PM   #4539
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A couple of nights ago we watched a moldy oldie from 1962...The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. It was a great old movie and was loaded with memorable stars such as Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Lee Marvin, Vera Miles, Andy Devine, and more.

It was a neat old western and in black-and-white, which further added to its charm. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
We just watched that a week or two ago as well. Great movie!
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Last night was "Forks Over Knives," a 2011 documentary lining up the case for no more meat, no more dairy. Lots of reasons to eat just plants.
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