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Discussion in 'The Movies' started by Dude111, May 7, 2015.
Every once in awhile NF disappoints me in this way. Rare occurance.
I last watched WOODSTOCK 69 on VHS
BEST MUSIC EVENT EVER!!!
2012, what a trip! The CGIs are almost too much to watch. Yeah, the movie is a more than a bit over the top but very enjoyable. And it has a great cast. Hadn't seen it since...2012? Hmm, the movie came out in 2009.
Queen of Outer Space (on TCM). Def worthy of MST3K treatment, but as far as I know, they never did.
However I do believe it was parodied a few decades ago as Amazon Women on the Moon (possibly John Landis). Also I think there was an Abbot and Costello version, if memory serves.
Interesting murder mystery where the audience is repeatedly shown who the killer is but doesn't clearly realize it until the very end.
"Abbott and Costello Go to Mars" came first, released in 1953. "Queen of Outer Space" was released in 1958 and "Amazon Women on the Moon" was released in 1987.
"Bladerunner", which I'm sure I haven't sat down and watched all the way through for 20 or 25 years at least. Lets just say for me it hasn't aged well and it has me having second thoughts about seeing the new one in theaters, which is actually why I watched the original in the 1st place, to refresh my memory before going to see the new one.
Watch many times along with Monterey.
In my case I have found that it get better every time I see it. Looking forward to 2049.
Ps the movie not the year. I be 106 for the record.
You be...you know.
I have that in my NF queue, I hope you're wrong and Lobo's right.
I last watched my AC/DC concert I have on VHS (Live at Donnington 8/17/91)
You would have enjoyed it a lot more on Blu-ray.
Amithyville: The Awakening
I understand that "Bladerunner" is considered one of the ultimate sci-fi classics by many, but to me it comes across as an effort that was just trying way too hard in just about every way and failing too live up to it's own aspirations. Of course it probably doesn't help any when you watch it now they also got just about everything about the future wrong, heck Back to the Future II was closer to predicting future reality. Anyway I get it, beloved classic for many which just doesn't speak to me apparently. That being said I'm still leaning towards going to see "2049" out of curiosity, maybe this weekend.