What's the last movie you saw?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Life' started by W7UUU, Jul 9, 2016.

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  1. KY4GD

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    Wrath of Man. Not Guy Ritchie's best work, but a really fun movie.
  2. W4SEX

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    RUSH- battle of Niki Lauda and James Hunt in the 1975 Formula 1 Championship.:)
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  3. N9LCD

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    Memphis Belle

    The USAAF documentary NOT the Hollywood version.
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  4. KJ5T

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    Last night my wife and I ordered wings and went back to 1987 with a showing of La Bamba.
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  5. KA0USE

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    you talking at a theater? 'cats', just before covid.
    my first in-theater musical. had a great time.
    THEN i got t.s. eliot's 'old possum's book of practical cats' off ebay
    for $3, used.

    i have a pile of films off ebay, new and used, that i have yet to watch. most never-seen;
    others, old favorites.
  6. W8IXI

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    Galaxy Quest

    Starring a ham, of course.
  7. KY4GD

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    Awesome movie. Tim Allen did get a Tech license, and his character Mike Baxter had a Technician class ticket visible on his wall too, but the VFO on his radio has been spotted in the 20 meter band.

    It's Tim though, and he is a rebel.
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  8. K1LKP

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    What's the last movie you saw?


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  9. W7UUU

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    Yesterday we closed the office early and went to see "Free Guy" - 4:40 showing.

    Fun movie :) Nice escapism.

    It was just really weird in that we were the ONLY people in Theater #3, and probably only 10 customers in the entire building - all theaters combined. We were outnumbered by employees by far. Granted, it was an early showing on a weeknight - but kinda makes ya wonder why they keep the building open?

    But anyway, it was a fun movie to disappear into. Sort of a "rethinking mashup of Tron, Truman Show, and every NPC-based video game ever made" sort of thing. Lots of funny parts - a few dumb ones - and if CGI isn't your thing, it's not for you at all!! :D:D


  10. WG7X

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    "Cry Macho" on HBO max. Clint Eastwood starred and directed. Pretty good coming of age film that also discusses / describes life at the other end...

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