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    A nice little sci-fi flick; move aside, the machine (female robots) are taking over!



    Not bad at all, pretty bad actually (my opinion). ...Kid's stuff.

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    Re: What are you watching?

    I saw Laura last night, again and really enjoyed it.
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    Re: What are you watching?

    You're an old fashioned man Barry.
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    Re: What are you watching?



    “Keeping the Faith” This is a fun, enjoyable movie, a romantic comedy with Jenna Elfman, Ed Norton and Ben Stiller.

    Elfman was a beautiful young woman and as an actress was able to play a beautiful young woman. She did so in a few movies and in Dharma and Greg. Sadly, see is no longer 25 years old and cannot play a middle age woman very well (I don’t think she tries) and, for me her latest projects have been failures…and rather dull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Very relaxed, composed, twisted, waxed, witty, different, using several screen's aspect ratios, and requires multiple viewings ::



    ...And it's funny too.

    * One to check out for sure. ...And revisit.
    I had to revisit it, and revisiting it is what I just did last night. ...Worth it.

    By the way; The Grand Budapest Hotel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Re: What are you watching?

    I am getting the hang of this when I am not on an Ipad:

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    Amazon sent me Star Trek season six a bit early, and I was up last night just thoroughly enjoying it. Unlike many discs, I like the episodes, the deleted scenes and the commentaries and special features. And I really liked Relics, now that I am old enough to be one.

    I liked all the original series movies, except for #5. But I really enjoyed 2, 4 and 6. (1 and 3 were fun too.
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    I am getting the hang of this when I am not on an Ipad:



    Amazon sent me Star Trek season six a bit early, and I was up last night just thoroughly enjoying it. Unlike many discs, I like the episodes, the deleted scenes and the commentaries and special features. And I really liked Relics, now that I am old enough to be one.

    I liked all the original series movies, except for #5. But I really enjoyed 2, 4 and 6. (1 and 3 were fun too.
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Watched this short "capsule" (Doc.) last night ::



    * Where/when together images and music form a common entity.
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    Still watching Star Trek!!!!!!!
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    Re: What are you watching?

    There are more movies about the unknown space of our galaxy (quantum leap and time warp) than there are about our undiscovered planet and its inhabitants (oil and global warming).
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    Re: What are you watching?

    I watched this last night, in 3D :::



    - Film itself (mental value): Zip.
    - Technical aspects (sound & picture): Artistic choice on a personal level. ...Acceptable; I liked it (gamer's style).
    - Main reason to watch (or own): Eva Green, in 3D.
    {By the way, it's a gay flick; on a scale of 1 to 10 it has been given a 300!}
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    Are you kidding me? There are hundreds of movies about what goes on underwater, people climbing mountains, astronauts going around the earth, pilots in midair, there are dozens of movies about volcanoes, and what about tornadoes in the Wizard of Oz. If you want movies about climate change those are called documentaries.
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Barry, I know that I am right; and I am not kidding you.
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    Re: What are you watching?



    - Film value: Disappointment.
    - Technical aspects (sound & picture quality): Too somber.
    - Acting: What acting?

    It is based on the novel of the same title; I've never read that book and never will.
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    Re: What are you watching?

    I got a fair bunch of unopened Blu-ray Music/Video concerts (with picture & sound),
    ...and yesterday (lst nght) I was in the mood (spiritual grooving mode) ::



    * A riot!
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Still star trekking...
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Barry, they're coming up with three more Star War movies! ...Episodes VII, VIII, and IX.
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Not a fan of Star Wars after the Empire struck back. And I am NOT a fan of the last two S T movies.


    Sent from my iPad
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Oh!
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    So so (mood related).

    * Deserves to be seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    * And yes Martin; 'Super Speedway - The Mach II Special Edition' on Blu-ray (Region Free playback disc) is a Must Have for people like you and I. ...And for everyone else too. It is one of my Reference Blu-ray discs in my collection. ...Picture, Sound, and Story wise.
    Hey Bob, I just wanted to let you know that I received the Blu-ray of Super Speedway and it is everything you said it would be. Stunning picture and sound, great story and those in-car shots around the speedway are something else. Many thanks for the recommendation
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    First, after reading Martin's response and your suggestion, I just ordered Super Speedway!!!!!! Thanks guys!

    Yes I am still watching Star Trek the next generation . Bu I did have time to watch Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine. I thought it was a very good movie with a good cast but Cate Blanchett was terrific and the main reason for watching this movie. Yet, I probably will not see it again for very long time. I finally there are movies about bad people I am not drawn back into them quickly. Such a movie this year was Bad Adult. A good movie but not necessarily one that I would run back to. When I think of it the only movie that had a bad center character that I have gone back to several times is Goodfellows.

    Again I enjoyed the movie and would recommend it, but not one that I would see often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinT View Post
    Hey Bob, I just wanted to let you know that I received the Blu-ray of Super Speedway and it is everything you said it would be. Stunning picture and sound, great story and those in-car shots around the speedway are something else. Many thanks for the recommendation
    That is awesome Martin; it was a very rewarding experience for me (on all my senses) when it was first released a long time ago on DVD (1997), and then I bought the Blu-ray on its release date (2009), and when I learned that you enjoyed Formula 1 races, I knew that you would enjoy too.

    * That title belongs in any serious car lover/racing car lovers/adrenaline rush seekers/highly calibrated sound and picture lovers/great life's story movie collection; excellenty well done documentary of the highest level. This will super boost your ultra high-end sound system to the next higher plateau. ...And you can use it too in your high-end home theater system, where it actually would be at its very best.
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    Re: What are you watching?

    Last night I revisited this, with all the Extras ::



    I don't have to repeat myself:
    This is high caliber filmmaking based on a top-notch true story of human courage and highest human values.

    And technically it is also highly ranked, by me. ...Four and a half stars (out of 4) all across. ...Picture & Sound.

    And, it is essential viewing, and learning about The Lone Survivor's Story.
    All the guns and the gear in the world are nothing compared to that.
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    Just got the "'Super Speedway - The Mach II Special Edition'" Disc. I'll see it this weekend! Thanks for the suggestions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Last night I revisited this, with all the Extras ::



    I don't have to repeat myself:
    This is high caliber filmmaking based on a top-notch true story of human courage and highest human values.

    And technically it is also highly ranked, by me. ...Four and a half stars (out of 4) all across. ...Picture & Sound.

    And, it is essential viewing, and learning about The Lone Survivor's Story.
    All the guns and the gear in the world are nothing compared to that.
    My wife and I watched this last night. A few days ago I read her the entire transcript of the UT Austin commencement speech by Adm. McRaven, where he spoke of the life lessons learned in Navy Seal training. Adm. McRaven Urges Graduates to Find Courage to Change the World | News

    A most inspiring speech, and seeing the clips in the beginning of the film really brought home the rigor of the training. Watching the film shows the benefits of that kind of conditioning.

    I have saved a couple folks in my day (in my sea kayak), so I have some confidence when things are going to hell I can somehow keep my cool, but to have bullets whizzing by my head in a firefight, well thats something else all-together. God Bless those who serve. If I make it to heaven, I'll want thank you all.
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    Tachen Cover.jpgHi Bob:

    Tachen announced the book and I think today is my last day of working on it. I am getting the Time Machine and just got Paths of Glory on blu. I also ordered another early Kubrick film, "Fear and Desire" and should have some fun watching that too! And I'll get to finish my Star Trek The Next Generation.
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    Good movie. It is subtitles. Set in France. In the 1700 time period. It has received good reviews and I agree with the reviews.
    A couple of things you need to pay attention to if are going to get this movie. There are two versions out there make sure the version has english subtitles. One does the other doesn't. Once you have finished the movie (150minutes) you want to check out the extra's.
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    Meridian dsp8000 se upgrade, meridian 218 zone controller, VA Beethovens, , Hegel h360, rega jupiter, roon nucleus, revox tuner.

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