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Last night I watched "The Little Things" which has Denzel Washington in.
In all honesty, I don't think I have ever watched a movie with Denzel that I have not enjoyed. He is one of those that seems to pick the good movies and isn't a sellout, only doing anything and everything to earn a buck.
Directed by John Lee Hancock. With Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, Jared Leto, Chris Bauer. Kern County Deputy Sheriff Joe Deacon is sent to Los Angeles for what should have been a quick evidence-gathering assignment. Instead, he becomes embroiled in the search for a serial killer who is...
Really good movie and it keeps you guessing and wondering.
So, they find the guy, or at least there is a high probability it is the guy, they accidentally kill this guy yet things happen at the end which make you wonder was he really the guy or not. It seems like he is the murderer, but we will never know
- Caravaggio, Jarman, 1986
- Giù la testa, Leone, 1971
- Zabriskie Point, Antonioni, 1970
- Il tuo vizio è una stanza chiusa e solo io ne ho la chiave ( = Your vice is a locked room and only I have the key), Martino, 1972
Enjoyed these three movies in the last week: Trial of the Chicago 7, Sound of Metal, and One Night in Miami. Want to see Judas and the Black Messiah, but it's not in theaters where I live and I'm not too excited about a $19.99 rental! Think I'll wait on that one.
- 5 bambole per la luna d'agosto, ( = Five dolls for an August moon), Bava, 1970
Personally, I don't consider it one of his best, but awesome nevertheless.
By experience, I would also recommend any guys of the forum not to watch it, by any circumstances, with any potential date because she might likely get very dangerous ideas running through her head as in a) deciding it's time for you to completely refurnish your place so as to rock/give off those 70's vibes again, even if neither of you were even born in the 70's. And yes, a big rotating bed would also be included; and b) going on a shopping spree looking for all those vintage dresses. Since rotating bed are not being made today, at least for what I know, and vintage shops are closed, I must say I feel lucky.
My parents have the channel USA on their T.V. (Comcast Xfinity removed that channel from my limited basic cable package...Booo!), so yesterday and today (while at their house) I watched some of the Chicago P.D. and Law and Order SVU marathons.
Just finished watching the three 1hr Episodes of the BBC documentary series "Pandemic 2020" which features clips from many individuals in countries across the globe illustrating the global effect of Covid 19 on their lives.
Tonight, Sunday 9pm BST, I will be situated upon my sofa watching the conclusion to season 6 of "Line Of Duty"!
I finished The Expanse with my husband but he mostly watched it without me, but I liked what I saw of it. I started watching the new season of The Handmaid's Tale and Exposure. I started watching Things Heard and Seen. And I got a Shudder subscription so I finally watched Audition for the first time!