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  • 3 years ago · #61

    electricpawn

    I am Spartacus!

  • 3 years ago · #62

    trysts

    Pr0c3550r wrote:

    Scarface

    Al Pacino

    Michell Phifer   ( yummy )

     


    All I remember about that film is Pacino doing mounds of coke!

  • 3 years ago · #63

    trysts

    wishiwonthatone wrote:

    My Cousin Vinny

    Really funny, excellent writing, and all the characters hit their personal career highs while acting in this movie. Fred Gwynne was AMAZING. Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei also fantastic. This movie is full of memorable sound bites and verbal exchanges. It's one of my all time favorites.


    Never saw it. Thanks!

  • 3 years ago · #64

    trysts

    Benju13 wrote:

    exactly it is,i was touch by tuvia in his anwer to his community strugglers that everyday is also an act of faith that will grow with each day to survive and stay alive, that leads me to post the topic that game practice is also an act of faith  that will keep us fit  to improve on chess. tryst have you not seen yet this movie,i suggest you view it.,when youre not busy at work.


    Thanks!

  • 3 years ago · #65

    Crazychessplaya

    12 Angry Men, It's A Wonderful Life, The Shining, The Forbidden Planet (Smile), Metropolis, The Magic Box (1957), Lust For Life (1956), Alien, The Good The Bad And The Ugly.

  • 3 years ago · #66

    trysts

    Shahmata64 wrote:
    trysts wrote:
    Shahmata64 wrote:

     "Spartacus" :

     


    That was a good movie, even though Tony Curtis is laughable


     yes, agree, but that was his very 1st important role.....and it paved the way for his acting career


    Tony Curtis was very good before "Spartacus"(1960), in the excellent film "Sweet smell of Success"(1957), and the great comedy "Some like it Hot"(1959). He even had become quite a star, from what I've read, in 1958 with "The Defiant Ones"(I never saw it). It wasn't his fault he was so bad in Spartacus, he was just totally miscast thereLaughing

  • 3 years ago · #67

    trysts

    Crazychessplaya wrote:

    12 Angry Men, It's A Wonderful Life, The Shining, The Forbidden Planet (), Metropolis, The Magic Box (1957), Lust For Life (1956), Alien, The Good The Bad And The Ugly.


    Very good films, and I never heard of "The Magic Box". Thanks!

  • 3 years ago · #68

    corrijean

    Crazychessplaya wrote:

    12 Angry Men, It's A Wonderful Life, The Shining, The Forbidden Planet (), Metropolis, The Magic Box (1957), Lust For Life (1956), Alien, The Good The Bad And The Ugly.


     That's a great list. The Forbidden Planet is definitely worth watching. Robby the Robot!

  • 3 years ago · #69

    GhostNight

      Please can someone help me here, I was scanning amazon.com for music and I found this great sounding CD, I am going to pruchase, its called "Cowboys & Aliens" music score by Harry Gregson - William.  Has any one heard or saw this move? Can it be as good as the music???

  • 3 years ago · #70

    dodge_viper_2011

    electricpawn wrote:
    douge_viper_2011 wrote:
    electricpawn wrote:
    douge_viper_2011 wrote:
    trysts wrote:
    douge_viper_2011 wrote:

    i watch movies very low but just royal casino or007 maybe is good


    It was probably the most entertaining "Bond" film since Sean Connery played the role!


    most of hollywood films are made only for people minds to find out american thoughts to prepare world for u.s.a

    and i said royal casino is good from aspect thier actors and actions not from it internal


    Films are made to make money. That's why so very many of them suck. It has nothing to do with propaganda. 


    mr you arent informed about freemasonary and hollywood they are the same and their thoughts are the same and is going to a same goal money in not important for them

    they just want to prepare themselves for people to operate their thoughts easier


    You are misinformed.


    70 or 80 percent of hollywood persons are freemason and my source is reliable

  • 3 years ago · #71

    corrijean

    douge_viper_2011 wrote:
    electricpawn wrote:
    douge_viper_2011 wrote:
    electricpawn wrote:
    douge_viper_2011 wrote:
    trysts wrote:
    douge_viper_2011 wrote:

    i watch movies very low but just royal casino or007 maybe is good


    It was probably the most entertaining "Bond" film since Sean Connery played the role!


    most of hollywood films are made only for people minds to find out american thoughts to prepare world for u.s.a

    and i said royal casino is good from aspect thier actors and actions not from it internal


    Films are made to make money. That's why so very many of them suck. It has nothing to do with propaganda. 


    mr you arent informed about freemasonary and hollywood they are the same and their thoughts are the same and is going to a same goal money in not important for them

    they just want to prepare themselves for people to operate their thoughts easier


    You are misinformed.


    70 or 80 percent of hollywood persons are freemason and my source is reliable


    If you want to talk about conspiracy theories, there are plenty of threads for that already.

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/off-topic/anunnaki

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/off-topic/ancient-alien-theory

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/off-topic/elenin-the-remainder-part-part-two

    And my favorite:

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/off-topic/another-conspiracy-theory

  • 3 years ago · #72

    xyzed

    Just saw two days ago The Bonfire of the Vanities but I have to say that the Tom Wolfe's novel is much more subtil and interesting than the movie.De Palma's movie is a caricature of the novel.Dommage.
    Speaking of movies...The Wizard of Oz of course! One flew over the cuckoo's nest(M.Forman)Birdy(A.Parker)...and so much more.(Not to forget the good old westerns tooWink)

  • 3 years ago · #73

    GhostNight

    What is freemason?

  • 3 years ago · #74

    trysts

    GhostNight wrote:

      Please can someone help me here, I was scanning amazon.com for music and I found this great sounding CD, I am going to pruchase, its called "Cowboys & Aliens" music score by Harry Gregson - William.  Has any one heard or saw this move? Can it be as good as the music???


    I can't help you on that film, probably everLaughing

  • 3 years ago · #75

    trysts

    xyzed wrote:

    Just saw two days ago The Bonfire of the Vanities but I have to say that the Tom Wolfe's novel is much more subtil and interesting than the movie.De Palma's movie is a caricature of the novel.Dommage.
    Speaking of movies...The Wizard of Oz of course! One flew over the cuckoo's nest(M.Forman)Birdy(A.Parker)...and so much more.(Not to forget the good old westerns too)


    Never saw it, but thanks for the warningWink "Oz", and "Cuckoo's nest" are very good! Never saw "Birdy". Thanks!

  • 3 years ago · #76

    trysts

    GhostNight wrote:

    What is freemason?


    Some secret society. Apparently this country as well as some European countries, have many people in power(thoughout history), who have been members of this society. There are many documentaries on Google you can watch about them, and what people speculate about them. Just google video "The history of freemasons". Could be something to it, but I personally have not looked too far into it myself.

  • 3 years ago · #77

    GhostNight

    interesting Tyrsts Thanks!

  • 3 years ago · #78

    trysts

    GhostNight wrote:

    interesting Tyrsts Thanks!


    My pleasure! If you do start studying it, and you remember me, give me a message whether it is worth the time. Thanks!

  • 3 years ago · #79

    trysts

    Shahmata64 wrote:

    "Close Encounters of the Third kind"..fascinating move, one must have seen such

    and also: "Medicine Man" starring Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco...great movie....also in a phylosophical way...Amazone rainforrest


    Didn't see "Medicine Man". Thanks!

    Close Encounters was a neat film! I probably would have thrown out all the Terri Garr scenes, myself, but I enjoyed most of it. Probably, with "Jaws", and most of "Schindler's list", the very best of Spielberg. Smile

  • 3 years ago · #80

    jesterville

    ...you have an interesting taste in movies "trysts"...I too am a movie lover...and a collector as well...I started reading these posts, but too busy currently to finish...when I have more time I will continue, and contribute as well.

    All the Best.


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