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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2020-03-26 11:41 AM
Subject: RE: Movies to Watch & Why



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Dances with Wolves ... never realize how long it is because I'm completely entertained throughout the whole thing. Titanic, Phar Lap, For the love of the game, Bull Durham, Cocktail, Jerry McGuire (love Cuba) Persuit of Happyness, Urban Cowboy, The Sandlot, War Horse ...those are just some I can think of off the top and some we've watched over the last few weeks 



Bull Durham minus the R Rated scenes.  Great movie.   Of course you are a baseball family so you would appreciate it.  


Yes! We fast forward thru the R parts if the kids are watching lol! In all the movies ... unless they are on cable .. they do it for us! 

My husband and I just finished up a series on Netflix called Containment... wow! What a great show.. seriously addicting.. last Friday we stayed up till 2am binge watching. Doesnt hurt that the lead officer inside "Jake" is super easy on the eyes lol! But seriously,  it's a great show and very entertaining. It is virus related and involves the CDC. 

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kwanatha
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2020-03-30 7:14 AM
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Shawshank redemption

fried green tomatoes 

 

series from Australia RAKE

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jbhoot
Reg. Jan 2010
Posted 2020-03-30 7:50 AM
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rented 1917 vary good not for kids.

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JcNhEmI
Reg. Apr 2009
Posted 2020-03-30 10:16 AM
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jbhoot - 2020-03-30 6:50 AM


rented 1917 vary good not for kids.


I really enjoyed 1917. . 

It is rated R. . . just from the previews I knew it wasn't good for kids. 

 

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Sandok
Reg. Jan 2011
Posted 2020-03-30 1:42 PM
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txbredbr
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2020-04-01 9:42 AM
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fatchance- The TS Spivet movie you suggested - I watched - LOVED it! good list but I havent got to any others yet.

 

I suggest:

 

Buck (the documentary of Buck Brannaman - good life story- good lessons-and it has horses in it lol)

 

Junior Bonner - old westerrn with Steve McQueen-my husband loves it

 

The Good Lie - with Reese Witherspoon (about Sudan orphans from Civil War-not a usual movie Id pick, but I really enjoyed it-funny parts, sad parts,those kids were so brave

 

Find Me Guilty - with Vin Diesel  (a true story Italian mob trial-longest trial in US History, where Vin Diesel's character chooses to represent himself -most of the testimony in the movie is from the actual trial transcripts-Vin Diesel did a good job - he was funny and endearing)

Stealing Home w/ Mark Harmon and Jodie Foster - pretty good baseball love story-my husband liked it (he's a sap and a baseball fan)

Family Man with Nicholas Cage - it's a Christmas movie, but hey- who couldnt use one right about now?  Normally it doesnt seem the Christmas season has begun for me until I've seen this- if you have your family, you are already rich.

Phar Lap -I remember going to Blockbuster and renting this with my dad when I was young - it look a long time to find one that wasnt $50 on amazon...but got it for my birthday last year- from Australia -it look alost 2 months to get here. Secratariat is really hard to beat but even that long ago, Phar Lap had some GREAT shots and great story.

 

Gotta add ----------Pain and Gain -- with Mark Wahlberg.. another not usual pick for me, but Ive watched it more than once -lots of funny one-liners.  ''The event you are about to see took place in Miami Florida between October 1994 and June 95. Unfortunately, this is a true story.. Action comedy. Fast moving.

 

And speaking of Mark Wahlberg---- The Lone Survivor - wow that was a great movie!

 



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txbredbr
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2020-04-03 8:57 PM
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I forgot- I meant to put Temple Grandin on my list, also.  True story-creative cinematography, great acting- good message

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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2020-04-03 9:08 PM
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txbredbr - 2020-04-03 8:57 PM


I forgot- I meant to put Temple Grandin on my list, also.  True story-creative cinematography, great acting- good message


Temple Grandin was a great movie, Claire Danes was really good playing Temple.

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streakysox
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2020-04-04 1:33 AM
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want2chase3 - 2020-03-26 11:41 AM


Gail - 2020-03-26 8:53 AM


want2chase3 - 2020-03-25 12:09 AM


Dances with Wolves ... never realize how long it is because I'm completely entertained throughout the whole thing. Titanic, Phar Lap, For the love of the game, Bull Durham, Cocktail, Jerry McGuire (love Cuba) Persuit of Happyness, Urban Cowboy, The Sandlot, War Horse ...those are just some I can think of off the top and some we've watched over the last few weeks 



Bull Durham minus the R Rated scenes.  Great movie.   Of course you are a baseball family so you would appreciate it.  



Yes! We fast forward thru the R parts if the kids are watching lol! In all the movies ... unless they are on cable .. they do it for us! 


My husband and I just finished up a series on Netflix called Containment... wow! What a great show.. seriously addicting.. last Friday we stayed up till 2am binge watching. Doesnt hurt that the lead officer inside "Jake" is super easy on the eyes lol! But seriously,  it's a great show and very entertaining. It is virus related and involves the CDC. 


I bought the movie Phar Lap off AMAZON I never could get it to play because it was a different format from my DVD player. Friends could not get it to play either. I guess now is a good time to try it on Netflix 

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DaveM
Reg. Sep 2003
Posted 2020-04-04 10:48 PM
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Temple Grandin gets two thumbs up.  

 

We also discovered "The Good Lie"

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txbredbr
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2020-04-06 7:42 AM
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streakysox - 2020-04-04 1:33 AM


want2chase3 - 2020-03-26 11:41 AM


Gail - 2020-03-26 8:53 AM


want2chase3 - 2020-03-25 12:09 AM


Dances with Wolves ... never realize how long it is because I'm completely entertained throughout the whole thing. Titanic, Phar Lap, For the love of the game, Bull Durham, Cocktail, Jerry McGuire (love Cuba) Persuit of Happyness, Urban Cowboy, The Sandlot, War Horse ...those are just some I can think of off the top and some we've watched over the last few weeks 



Bull Durham minus the R Rated scenes.  Great movie.   Of course you are a baseball family so you would appreciate it.  



Yes! We fast forward thru the R parts if the kids are watching lol! In all the movies ... unless they are on cable .. they do it for us! 


My husband and I just finished up a series on Netflix called Containment... wow! What a great show.. seriously addicting.. last Friday we stayed up till 2am binge watching. Doesnt hurt that the lead officer inside "Jake" is super easy on the eyes lol! But seriously,  it's a great show and very entertaining. It is virus related and involves the CDC. 



I bought the movie Phar Lap off AMAZON I never could get it to play because it was a different format from my DVD player. Friends could not get it to play either. I guess now is a good time to try it on Netflix 


Yes there supposedly is something you can do to your DVD player, but I ended up  going to my parents' house and it played on their smart tv.

 

It also played on my computer at work...could try that....but I didnt know it was on Netflix-cool!

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WYOTurn-n-Burn
Reg. Sep 2004
Posted 2020-04-06 8:24 AM
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I really like christian based movies: Overcomer, Gods Not Dead, Courageous, War Room, Miracles From Heaven, Fireproof, The Blind Side are just a few of my favorites.

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Frodo
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2020-04-06 8:51 AM
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If you don't mind an I'd say acceptable overload of violence Four Brothers with Mark Wahlberg is pretty entertaining.

I watched Once Upon a Time......in Hollywood over the weekend.  Typical Quentin Tarintino brutality where violence isn't necessary and to a extreme but it does have its Brad Pitt moments.  

 

 

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txbredbr
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2020-04-06 9:44 AM
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WYOTurn-n-Burn - 2020-04-06 8:24 AM


I really like christian based movies: Overcomer, Gods Not Dead, Courageous, War Room, Miracles From Heaven, Fireproof, The Blind Side are just a few of my favorites.


Yes, Overcomer is really good! (The Kendrick Brothers and their actors are getting much better :)

So is I Can Only Imagine

7 Days in Utopia with Robert Duvall

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Texas Tornado
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2020-04-06 9:51 AM
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THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN.   Fabulous movie!

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WYOTurn-n-Burn
Reg. Sep 2004
Posted 2020-04-06 10:53 AM
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txbredbr - 2020-04-06 9:44 AM


WYOTurn-n-Burn - 2020-04-06 8:24 AM


I really like christian based movies: Overcomer, Gods Not Dead, Courageous, War Room, Miracles From Heaven, Fireproof, The Blind Side are just a few of my favorites.



Yes, Overcomer is really good! (The Kendrick Brothers and their actors are getting much better :)


So is I Can Only Imagine


7 Days in Utopia with Robert Duvall


How could I have forgotten "I Can Only Imagine?!" I love that one too, they're so uplifting. The Kendrick brothers are definately some of my favorite producers.

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