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Have you watched Made in Italy? Drama romance kind of film.

I like the 1991 version of Point Break with Patrick Swayze, Te 2015 film was just stunt work only. There wasn't much of a story that fits proportionately to all that stunt work.
Nope I've never heard of it, but I've just watched at the trailer and...mmmm, I already have got it the whole movie :laugh:
Not particularly interesting, a part from Liam Neeson...
 

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Nope I've never heard of it, but I've just watched at the trailer and...mmmm, I already have got it the whole movie :laugh:
Not particularly interesting, a part from Liam Neeson...
yeah basically the same recipe as in many other films. Usually we know how the story ends. lol. I asked because you are a specialist in Italian cuisine, and that film has a plate or two of risotto. :roflmao:
 

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yeah basically the same recipe as in many other films. Usually we know how the story ends. lol. I asked because you are a specialist in Italian cuisine, and that film has a plate or two of risotto. :roflmao:

I didn't want to spoil the plot by saying that the risotto looked overcooked :laugh:
 

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OK, I'm awake now. I'm not having a weird dream that I am dreaming. That Lamburger meal hit me like a sleeping pill yesterday.

Breakfast is still tailored back to just Oats and Coffee. The Breakfast movie this morning? It's an old favorite, "The Sting." If you haven't seen it, get it.

Nothing worth reporting for the meal today. It's something I've done before, Andouille with Horseradish and Kraut sandwiches. The stay at home pandemic movie I've chosen is the 1973 version of "Westworld."

It's comedy night for the late nighter and "Blazing Saddles" fills the billing.
 

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OK, I'm awake now. I'm not having a weird dream that I am dreaming. That Lamburger meal hit me like a sleeping pill yesterday.

Breakfast is still tailored back to just Oats and Coffee. The Breakfast movie this morning? It's an old favorite, "The Sting." If you haven't seen it, get it.

Nothing worth reporting for the meal today. It's something I've done before, Andouille with Horseradish and Kraut sandwiches. The stay at home pandemic movie I've chosen is the 1973 version of "Westworld."

It's comedy night for the late nighter and "Blazing Saddles" fills the billing.
MrsT would be right there with you on The Sting, she adores that movie. I've seen it once, and let's just say, it couldn't end fast enough for me. I did not (and still don't) understand the affection so many people have for it.

I love Westworld, and I even like Futureworld. Those both land right in my wheelhouse, as the kids like to say.

Blazing Saddles, of course, is almost perfect, right up there with Monty Python And The Holy Grail. Some films contain iconic lines to quote ("Make my day," "Are you talking to me," "Phone home") - Blazing Saddles has entire scenes that are imminently quotable.
 

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Watching it right now on TV. Doris Day & Cary Grant ✨✨

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Where are you sourcing all the films you watch?

I have a collection of DVDs, BluRay and Downloaded Videos.

You may have noticed that I have been going through them in Release Date Order, skipping some movies which I consider less than worthy of posting reference to here. I am currently in the 1974 releases that I have.

As far as where do I get the DVDs, BluRay and Downloads, it comes from various places, Walmart and e-Bay mostly. But for really hard to find movies I go googling and shop unique sources. I am subscribed to Vudu and Movies Anytime websites and also, Disney. As far as Disney goes, yes, there are come kids movies that I like and Disney does some other good movies too, like "Rocket Man" for instance.

I have to admit not to be using NetFlix or Bit Torrent.
 
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