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Thread: The Last Film You Watched..... IV

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    The House Across The Lake 1954 Classic B&W (B-Movie) crime drama with a straight role for Sid James, easy to follow if predictable storyline
    (Probably why I enjoyed it ) but if you like the genre you should like this film....

    Starring:-Alex Nicol,Hillary Brooke,Sid James,Susan Stephen,Paul Carpenter,Alan Wheatley,Peter Illing,Gordon McLeod,Joan Hickson,John Sharp and
    Hugh Dempster.

    An American writer living in England gets entangled in a scheme by a beautiful blonde to murder her rich husband.



    Geoff.
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    Kingsman: The Golden Circle

    More daft capers with the gentleman spies. Not quite as good as the first one, but still quite good fun!
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    The Stranger 1946 (Via the Talking Pictures channel on SKY) A well acted B&W drama from known actors of the time especially Orson Wells who directed
    as well as playing a lead character...

    Starring:-Edward G. Robinson,Loretta Young,Orson Welles,Philip Merivale,Richard Long,Konstantin Shayne,Byron Keith,Billy House,Martha Wentworth,
    Isabel O'Madigan,Pietro Sosso,Erskine Sanford and Theodore Gottlieb.

    Immediately following World War II, ex-Nazi Franz Kindler (Orson Welles) is living under a false identity as a teacher in a small Connecticut town, and has
    even married the headmaster's daughter (Loretta Young) as part of his cover. But when one of Kindler's old German associates (Konstantin Shayne) arrives unexpectedly in town, bringing in his wake a sly federal investigator (Edward G. Robinson), Kindler resorts to desperate measures to preserve his secret.



    Geoff.

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    The last movie have seen is V for Vendetta by James McTeigue

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    The Crow

    Classic gothic action movie about a man coming back from the dead to avenge the murders of both himself and his girlfriend.

    Probably the finest superhero movie yet made.
    Daren Cogdon

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    Love The Crow. Shame that Brandon Lee was killed during filming of it.

    Black Panther

    Saw this at the cinema yesterday. Very good it was too.

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    Jurassic World

    Basically just the original film with a bigger budget, with none of the scares or charm.

    It's Jurassic Park for people who haven't seen Jurassic Park!
    Daren Cogdon

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    The Day Will Dawn 1942 (Via Talking Pictures on SKY) classic B&W flag waving war film if your into the genre you'll like this...

    Starring:-Hugh Williams,Griffith Jones,Deborah Kerr,Ralph Richardson,Francis L. Sullivan,Roland Culver,Finlay Currie,Niall MacGinnis,Elizabeth Mann,
    Patricia Medina,Roland Pertwee,Henry Oscar,David Home,Henry Hewitt,John Warwick,Brefni O'Rorke,Bernard Miles,Beckett Bould,Olaf Olsen,
    Gus McNaughton,George Carney,John Salew,Meriel Forbes,Philip Friend,George Merritt and John Boxer.

    Celebrating the heroism of the Norwegian resistance movement in fighting the Nazi invaders. The story follows a British foreign correspondent sent to report on U-Boat attacks against Norwegian shipping.



    Geoff.

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    We watched The Darkest Hour last night.
    A very good film.
    Engine Failure:.... A condition which occurs when all fuel tanks mysteriously become filled with air.

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    Unpublished Story 1942 (Via Talking Pictures channel on SKY) Another classic 40's film of life for journalists reporting from war torn London, if you
    like the genre you'll like this....

    Starring:-Richard Greene,Valerie Hobson,Basil Radford,Roland Culver,Brefni O'Rorke,Miles Malleson,George Carney,Muriel George,André Morell,
    Frederick Cooper,George Thorpe,Renee Gadd,Claude Bailey,Ronald Shiner and Wally Patch.

    Rival war reporters (Richard Greene, Valerie Hobson) investigating the British Secret Service discover a cover-up involving Nazi spies.



    Geoff.

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    Hannover Street staring Harrison Ford and some bird who's name escapes me.
    Despite all the neigh sayers I quite liked it.
    Plenty of B25 action.

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