I really enjoyed A Knight's Tale. Saw it with a couple of good friends. The husband was all misting up and weepy when the father-son reunion took place. :)
And, yeah, Legends of the Fall has a strange lure on me. I've somehow seen it, like, four times. It's so depressing, especially the WWI segments. Why do I subject myself to the pain?
I hate to tell mine cause Fluff will hit me (Brendan Fraser)
but for some reason Blast from the Past.
Actually Cissy Spacek and Christopher Walken are wonderfully goofy in it.
That and the ultimate girlie movie Steel Magnolia's
Full Metal Jacket
Silence of the Lambs
I watched The Replacement Killers again last night. Man I'm telling ya, crank the 5.1 surround on that one and it's a hell of a ride. I just never tire of it.
I agree Paulie, A Knights Tale is great.
The father/son reunion is sweet. It's just a fun movie, but I wanted him with the female blacksmith. Thought the noblewoman was a bit of a bitch.
Totally agree with you on the love interest there, Miss F. I gotta say I loved Paul Bettany as Chaucer. I was on the edge of my seat to hear him speak all through the film. And I got little chills with the slow-motion shot of all of them at the end.
I'm such an emotional pawn of the movie industry. :)
i need to see if i'm mistaken.
is "a knight's tale" the one with heath ledger where they played "we are the champions" and a bunch of other modern day rock music?
That's the one. And at first, I thought that was going to piss me off, but it didn't. :)
I thought that the modern day soundtrack sent in midevil times would be a little hard to swallow. But then, movies are always asking us to suspend disbelief, so I can handle it.
Besides, it was fun watching them dance to David Bowie. ;)
ok. that's the one i thought it was.;)
i have nothing further to comment because i want you all to like me.:rofl
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