Seen any good movies?

Cooksie

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The Stand at Paxton County....really good
Netflix

You don't mess with Jana Banana!
 

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Seabiscuit

It's about a young male jockey who has a way with horses and brings back an abused, almost broken race horse.
Set during the Depression...very good

I mentioned Ride Like A Girl earlier.
It's about a very young female jockey trying to break into a predominantly male profession.
It's a more contemporary setting.

I like horsey movies. Maybe that's why Heartland is one of my favorite series.
 

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Not really a movie, but a series on Hulu...Little Fires Everywhere
Really good, I mentioned the book in What are you Reading.
Loving it so far, it's following the book pretty closely. I'll see how the the rest goes.
 

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"Yesterday" ....a wild concept but once you swallow that it's a good movie. I enjoyed it more than Rocketman and Bohemian Rhapsody.

Just watched it today. I liked it, too, Doc - REALLY entertaining! Cool premise for a movie.

It was wonderful hearing so many of the Beatles' songs, especially the beautiful ballads.

Wish they'd managed to squeeze in "Norwegian Wood".

Supporting cast was excellent, too.

Lee
 

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Just watched it today. I liked it, too, Doc - REALLY entertaining! Cool premise for a movie.

It was wonderful hearing so many of the Beatles' songs, especially the beautiful ballads.

Wish they'd managed to squeeze in "Norwegian Wood".

Supporting cast was excellent, too.

Lee
I agree Lee. I DVR'd it and have watched it a couple more times mainly for the music. Love it.

Sass you have to watch My Cousin Vinny. Entertaining to say the least. I watched it recently for the umteenth time. A classic. :D
 

Cooksie

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Not really a movie, but a series on Hulu...Little Fires Everywhere
Really good, I mentioned the book in What are you Reading.
Loving it so far, it's following the book pretty closely. I'll see how the the rest goes.

Just finished it. The ending didn't follow the book at all. I was a little disappointed.
 

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An oldie but a goodie. From 1981 ... On Golden Pond. With Henry Fonda, Kathrine Hepburn and Jane Fonda. I had not seen this since the 80's. I've grown up a lot since then so I see it with different eyes. :D
 

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An oldie but a goodie. From 1981 ... On Golden Pond. With Henry Fonda, Kathrine Hepburn and Jane Fonda. I had not seen this since the 80's. I've grown up a lot since then so I see it with different eyes. :D

Love that....sucking face :yum:
 

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Peanut Butter Falcon - It's a heart warming movie about a young man with Downs Syndrome who gets stuck in a nursing home but escapes. I really liked it.

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I've not watched a movie in a while, although there are several good movie channels on Airy.Tv.
Last night I binge watched reruns of Rhoda.
Always liked it when the character/ lounge lizard Johnny Venture made an appearance.
:yum:
 

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Good Girls Revolt

Love, love, love the music! The clothes, the hairstyles, and the attitudes of the 70's :thumbup:

Based on the true story, Good Girls Revolt follows the lives of women working in fictional "News of the Week" newsroom (based on Newsweek magazine) as "researchers" under a group of male reporters. The story focuses on the lead up to their battle for equal rights in the workplace, notably their right to be reporters.

Good Girls Revolt tells the true story of the women of Newsweek (in the series, News of the Week) who sued the magazine for sexual discrimination in 1970. The drama received critical acclaim and was well-received by female audiences, in particular
 
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