Discussion in 'Ham Radio Life' started by W7UUU, Jul 9, 2016.
Wrath of Man. Not Guy Ritchie's best work, but a really fun movie.
RUSH- battle of Niki Lauda and James Hunt in the 1975 Formula 1 Championship.
The USAAF documentary NOT the Hollywood version.
Last night my wife and I ordered wings and went back to 1987 with a showing of La Bamba.
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.
Starring a ham, of course.
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.
What's the last movie you saw?
73 ES HAVE A FUN FILLED WEEKEND.
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!!
"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...