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Discussion in 'The Movies' started by Dude111, Sep 7, 2015.
FIRST BLOOD - A+
The Magnificent Seven - A+
The Departed A+++
Greatest sappy monologue of all time:
"Monster's Ball" - Halle Berry, Billy Bob Thornton, Peter Boyle
My 2nd viewing - a love story overcomes deep-seated racism
I last saw HARRY AND SON (1984) and I give it a B I suppose......
I watched "Land of Mine" earlier this afternoon. Great WWII film. I give it a A+.
I last saw Ferris buellers day off 1986) on VHS
What are you going to do when your VHS machine breaks one day, or do you have a stock pile of them?
Yes im always worried of that buddy as the wire that goes between my VCR and TV is very hard to get off!!!
I do have another of the same model in my closet though...
I love VHS so much!!!
I give this on a A. Pity it still hasn't been released on Blu-ray yet.
I saw this in September as the director's cut in the theater. Still considered the best Star Trek film.
It was a great start, but then it wasn't sustained until the end.
I last saw THE MANHATTAN PROJECT and I grade it D because it looked like it was digitally recorded for VHS and didnt look good at all (Not what i remember seeing on TV of this movie)
Vintage techno thriller. I give it a B.
Just saw Loving. A truly great film A+.
Went to the movies during my business trip a few days ago. Saw GEOSTORM in Dolby.
A+ for the Dolby, C- for the movie.
Interesting take on God without involving religion with a ending similar to "Life of Pi" that leaves the viewer wondering if the lead character's experience was real. I give it a B.
I last watched SPEED (1994) on VHS
I grade it A!!!
I have to say I do admire your passion for VHS. I say whatever makes you happy.
I can’t remember the last time I watched a VHS, although I do have a few of them still around here, mostly family stuff, and one VCR left, but its not even plugged in.
I’m curious to know what your VHS collections looks like and which VCR’s you have?