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12 Feb 2020, 9:36 pm

Rented "Trainspotting" from my local library. It's from 1996. There were gross things in it but it wasn't too bad - interesting.



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13 Feb 2020, 4:14 am

Absolutely love Trainspotting - the sequel T2 is brilliant too!



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13 Feb 2020, 10:39 am

Where_am_I wrote:
Absolutely love Trainspotting - the sequel T2 is brilliant too!


Thanks, I'll get it. :)



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13 Feb 2020, 10:53 am

When I read "older movies" I soooo wasn't thinking of the 90's! :lol:
Never seen Trainspotting. but I remember it got some attention when it was released


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13 Feb 2020, 11:49 am

One of the best science fiction movies that I ever saw was called "Forbidden Planet". It was way ahead of its time. It was from 1956. But then again it was from the eyes of a young child at the time.

Maybe Hollywood should consider doing a remake on this film!


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13 Feb 2020, 1:30 pm

I love 80s and 90s movies too!



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13 Feb 2020, 2:02 pm

Yes I was assuming a discussion on Citizen Cane, Ivan the Terrible 1 & 2 and so forth...

As far as 90s go though: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve rewatched Scream.

Can I also give a shout out for the original Wicker Man?
Only horror movie that’s actually horrifying.



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13 Feb 2020, 2:09 pm

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Yes I was assuming a discussion on Citizen Cane, Ivan the Terrible 1 & 2 and so forth...

As far as 90s go though: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve rewatched Scream.

Can I also give a shout out for the original Wicker Man?
Only horror movie that’s actually horrifying.


Me too, i was expecting 50s or 40s when i saw this thread, classic films. :D

I've been wanting to watch Wicker Man for a while too, guess i will now.



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13 Feb 2020, 2:30 pm

AprilR wrote:
Karamazov wrote:
Yes I was assuming a discussion on Citizen Cane, Ivan the Terrible 1 & 2 and so forth...

As far as 90s go though: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve rewatched Scream.

Can I also give a shout out for the original Wicker Man?
Only horror movie that’s actually horrifying.


Me too, i was expecting 50s or 40s when i saw this thread, classic films. :D

I've been wanting to watch Wicker Man for a while too, guess i will now.


The version with Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward? Proper scary!
Just humans, doing what they think is right.



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13 Feb 2020, 2:42 pm

Karamazov wrote:
AprilR wrote:
Karamazov wrote:
Yes I was assuming a discussion on Citizen Cane, Ivan the Terrible 1 & 2 and so forth...

As far as 90s go though: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve rewatched Scream.

Can I also give a shout out for the original Wicker Man?
Only horror movie that’s actually horrifying.


Me too, i was expecting 50s or 40s when i saw this thread, classic films. :D

I've been wanting to watch Wicker Man for a while too, guess i will now.


The version with Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward? Proper scary!
Just humans, doing what they think is right.


It has Christopher Lee in it? I really have to watch now!



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13 Feb 2020, 3:11 pm

If we're talking 90s movies, greatest of all time is Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction


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13 Feb 2020, 3:19 pm

AprilR wrote:
Karamazov wrote:
AprilR wrote:
Karamazov wrote:
Yes I was assuming a discussion on Citizen Cane, Ivan the Terrible 1 & 2 and so forth...

As far as 90s go though: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve rewatched Scream.

Can I also give a shout out for the original Wicker Man?
Only horror movie that’s actually horrifying.


Me too, i was expecting 50s or 40s when i saw this thread, classic films. :D

I've been wanting to watch Wicker Man for a while too, guess i will now.


The version with Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward? Proper scary!
Just humans, doing what they think is right.


It has Christopher Lee in it? I really have to watch now!


Yeah: there was a remake done (10ish?) years ago. Nicholas Cage in Edward Woodward’s role, changed the setting to US and altered various set-up points to comment on modern political whatsits from what I heard.
I’ve refused to watch it, because I like the original too much to risk having it spoiled.



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13 Feb 2020, 3:23 pm

Karamazov wrote:
AprilR wrote:
Karamazov wrote:
AprilR wrote:
Karamazov wrote:
Yes I was assuming a discussion on Citizen Cane, Ivan the Terrible 1 & 2 and so forth...

As far as 90s go though: I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve rewatched Scream.

Can I also give a shout out for the original Wicker Man?
Only horror movie that’s actually horrifying.


Me too, i was expecting 50s or 40s when i saw this thread, classic films. :D

I've been wanting to watch Wicker Man for a while too, guess i will now.


The version with Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward? Proper scary!
Just humans, doing what they think is right.


It has Christopher Lee in it? I really have to watch now!


Yeah: there was a remake done (10ish?) years ago. Nicholas Cage in Edward Woodward’s role, changed the setting to US and altered various set-up points to comment on modern political whatsits from what I heard.
I’ve refused to watch it, because I like the original too much to risk having it spoiled.


Yeah i hate New versions of old movies too, also involving politics in unrelated things really annoys me. And if it has Nicholas Cage count me out automatically hahah.



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13 Feb 2020, 3:40 pm

^ With you on the Cage factor.



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13 Feb 2020, 6:25 pm

Rear Window
Vertigo
The Graduate
The Birds
Dial M For Murder
The Manchurian Candidate
Rope
Jaws
Rocky
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Animal House
Doctor Strangelove
Eraserhead
Batman (1989 version)
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure


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25 Feb 2020, 6:44 pm

RightGalaxy wrote:
Where_am_I wrote:
Absolutely love Trainspotting - the sequel T2 is brilliant too!


Thanks, I'll get it. :)


It was good but I really could not STAND "Begby".