Posts from SXViper in thread „Last Non Western You Watched“

    Watched Arthur and The Money Pit on Netflix last night. Arthur is hilarious with Dudley Moore playing a drunk. Funny stuff!!!

    Oh and you should have seen my kids laughing while watching "The Money Pit", when Tom hanks looses it and starts laughing after the tub falls through the floor. I thought my kids might pee there pants!!

    Watched Avatar in 3D with my son. I thought it was a good movie. Story reminded me of a movie made back in the early 90's. I don't want to say what it was so I don't wreck in for anyone who wants to see it.

    If you do decide to go, look for a theater that has it in 3D. That was incredible.

    I can't explain the others but I suspect they are waiting till the restoration is done on The Alamo before releasing that to Blu-Ray. And as for The Quiet Man if they released a fully restored copy of that I would snap that baby right up, it would be a beautiful film if they restored it to it's glory.

    I think most of us here would, that movie looks really bad on a bigger TV.

    The Green Berets is coming soon to Blu as well.

    Yup, I just saw that for a January release date. Not sure what day, I believe it is roughly the 2nd week. That is on my "list"!!

    I find it odd that they are putting The Green Berets on Blu-ray before his other more significant movies have been added to the format. There are so many others that should come before it, atleast from my perspective. Like True Grit, The Alamo, McLintock!, and the most significant one of Duke's film that needs a major restoration is The Quiet Man.

    Need to get a Blue-Ray Player soon. I enjoyed Star Trek in cinema as well.

    BTW Is there a thread John Wayne on Blue-Ray already?:book:

    If you mean what movies of John Wayne's are on Blu-Ray. I have 3 of them so far: The Searchers, Rio Bravo, and How the West Was Won. The others that I know of are The Cowboys and The Longest Day. There may be others from other countries but those are the one's that I know of.

    By the way, the 3 that I have are excellent. Picture quality is awesome.

    Just got back from 2012. It was a very good special effects movie that had me holding my breath at times. It was actually quite a good disaster movie and had quite a cast. John Cusak did a good job, I have liked many of his films in the past. It's not going to win any Oscars but it is quite entertaining and I rank it above Transformers 2 and GI Joe.

    Now I have to wait for the newest Star Trek film to arrive in video this coming Tuesday. That, in my opinion was the best movie I have seen this year.

    Well, I have been getting Netflix for about 4 months now. Good deal if anyone rents movies. Anyways, they recently made the PS3 an available device to stream movies instantly too. So last night we watched Forest Gump. Always get a kick out of that movie.

    New in Town, nat bad for a corny romantic comedy. A little more of an adult movie, but cute.

    Cheers :cool:

    That is another of those movies where they make us Minnesotan's sound like morons. I agree it was a cute movie, I just wish they would stop with the "scandanavian accent" thing they think they have to do.


    What did you think, I am torn on this one as I really like WW2 films but this one looks like a huge stretch in that department.

    I watched "Hitman" with my wife last night. It has Timothy Olyphant and Dougray Scott. For a video game movie it was actually quit good, little gory but a good story.

    Started watching Defiance with Daniel Craig and Liv Schrieber. My wife got tired and had to go to bed half way through but a good movie so far. If anyone doesn't know about it, it is about the Russian Jews and how a group of them in Belorussia survived by living in the woods.

    I just watched "Red Dawn", a title and story that somehow seems appropriate for the times we live in. Count me as a Wolverine. :teeth_smile:

    I always liked that movie. Plus it had Ben Johnson in it.

    The wife and I just finished up a very good movie, The International. Had Clive owen and Naomi Watts. This movie too seemed fitting for the times we live in. Darn banks!!