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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by IowaShooter, Oct 24, 2018.
warrior nun on Netflix
Me and the boy just started Red Dawn
That's a really good movie! But for some reason I like the newer one imo they made in 2012.
But both are still really good, just the newer one is more modern.
As TV Fans, the Wife an I have been watching re-runs of Old TV Shows because of this Covid-19 crap but this is not a bad thing because most of these series have been going on for years and years and those that started in the mid 90's are so old, that I don't remember them and it's like all New Shows to me! This also has been an eye opener and has made us realize how much better these old shows are and this also goes for the Old Movies, which has really been a Blessing. We also have a Cabal System which allows us to record all these shows, then when we play them, we fast forward through all the commercials and it makes viewing a much more pleasant experience!
What I'll be checking out tonight Sunday August 9:
Fox News at 8PM CT......"The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton."
May be more same O same O...
Might be more than that!
I just finished it! Yay!
Endeavor on PBS.
Longmire on the netflix.
Captains Courageous -- the 1937 classic, of course, with Spencer Tracy, Lionel Barrymore and Freddie Bartholomew.
Decent script, great acting, and a lot of good lessons in there. A sort of "coming of age" story for everyone. It's great how well the thing has stood up, all this time. It's still one of my all-time favorites.
One of my favorites
Gunsmoke is on, now everyone shut up so I can hear it
.....why isnt there any color?
I know! Color would make it better
Watching the Goonies right now, a lot better than those damn Hallmark movies
rerun of NCIS New Orleans...
Looking forward to this:
Artificial Intelligence is a bad idea.
When my son was little I told him that color was invented by the British to help fight the Germans in WW2.
The color would make the killing more horrible.
I stole the idea from Calvin and Hobbes.
To Sir, With Love -- a 1967 film starring Sidney Poitier about a civil engineer who takes a teaching post in order to survive but then finds he's both good at it and loves doing it. A great coming-of-age tale.
Still a great film, after all these years.