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Classic Movie Discussions


Classic Movie Discussions

A place to talk about classic movies - maybe even a few new ones destined to be classics. A place to recommend and analyze as well as just chat about trivia.

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Latest Activity: Sep 6, 2020

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Doris Day

Started by Thomas Farquhar May 13, 2019.

50 best movies of all time 2 Replies

Started by ProblemAgain. Last reply by CaliforniaNow Nov 1, 2017.

Scariest Movie In Your Opinion 31 Replies

Started by Trish. Last reply by Doug62 Oct 18, 2017.

Who am I? 83 Replies

Started by Falcon. Last reply by Angharad Sep 7, 2015.

Five Classic Movies The Next Generation Should See! 20 Replies

Started by WS. Last reply by Lj Swiech May 20, 2015.

a good movie to enjoy.... 2 Replies

Started by ProblemAgain. Last reply by Thomas William Farquhar vii BA Jun 12, 2014.

okay i tried.... 1 Reply

Started by ProblemAgain. Last reply by Snagg Jan 31, 2014.

here's an interesting list...the top 25 romantic movies as determined by vanity fair 2 Replies

Started by ProblemAgain. Last reply by Kathryn K Jan 23, 2014.

Ideal Character 2 Replies

Started by CaliforniaNow. Last reply by luvy mac Jan 22, 2014.

Classic Movie Posters 15 Replies

Started by Trish. Last reply by Angharad Nov 13, 2013.

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Comment by ProblemAgain on April 20, 2013 at 8:28pm

i get a LOT of movies from my local library..the latest....

Checked Out

    Title    Item Barcode    
3:10 to Yuma
Broken English
Goya's ghosts
Hall pass
The hustler
The jerk
The Judi Dench collection.
The Lion in winter
Look both ways
The man who wasn't there
Maria full of grace
No greater love
Risky business
Suspense classics.
Trial & retribution.
The woman in black /

Comment by WS on April 20, 2013 at 6:57am

Welcome to the group - for some reason TBD isn't letting me (the moderator) know when people post to this group - sorry to be late!!) We are here and eager to talk - but a group is only as active as its members (wink!)

Comment by Thomas William Farquhar vii BA on April 20, 2013 at 3:18am

Websites where we can watch movies was mentioned and yes Openculture is indeed a great site, but there are others too. In the US Hulu apparently has some (here in the UK we, officially cannot access that site but . . . ).  Other sites are available include letmewatchthis and Project Free TV.

Comment by CaliforniaNow on April 19, 2013 at 11:32pm

Hi, problem again.  I think most of us like the discussions and are waiting for you to post to them or start new ones.  I tried one last week and couldn't get my picture to post so gave up and went to bed.  But this is not a dead group; it's a good group.  I really like it.

Comment by Kim on April 19, 2013 at 10:53pm

I like all kinds of movies too, ProblemAgain though I DO lean towards the old ones. I go to the library and grab whatever strikes me. Last week, I was into the British ones. This week, I'm into the Alfred Hitchcock type ones and some various others i havent seen before..The Picture of Dorian Gray, Dark Passage, Mildred Pierce, The Three Faces of Eve. Actually, I probably DID see them when I was a lot younger maybe. My dad used to watch old movies with me and with every one, he would give a little piece of trivia about the making of the movies or the actors themselves. He still does that if I go to his house to watch movies. (which I SHOULD do more often though my DAD is a busy man...always on the go....LOL)

Comment by ProblemAgain on April 19, 2013 at 10:24pm

so does anyone come here at all or did i join a dead group....i do like movies..all kinds of movies..

Comment by Trish on January 28, 2013 at 5:29am

Found a great place to watch movies free.

Open Culture

500 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc.


Comment by WS on January 26, 2013 at 10:02am

Welcome to new members! Join in one of the discussions or start one of your own!!

Comment by WS on July 4, 2012 at 11:21am

So, anyone up for a discussion of film?

Comment by WS on October 19, 2009 at 8:08am
Dogdreams - I'll keep my eye out for that Bergman film I really like the early stuff. One of my favorites is The Magician and then there is a little known film called Hour of the Wolf that really fills one with the essence of isolation. So poignant!

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