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Last Movie From 30-70s You Saw For The First Time, and Loved?

The Visitors (1972)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069466/?ref_=rt_li_tt

If you like tension without the bullshit, check this movie out. It's rare I give a movie an 8/10, especially nowadays

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"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

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The Bishop's Wife (1947). This is a very good Christmas movie.

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, but I DON'T recall IF that's the last one I've seen for the FIRST time. OR what was!

"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

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Do u get TCM? Most '30s-'70s movies I see are on that channel - and often, I'm seeing them for the first time.

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Yes, I don't think I would have cable if not for that channel.

Unfortunately, I've seen most of what appears to be good, but I have some saved, and I like to look ahead, text my mom movies I think she might like.

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I used to, but I cut the cord and only get streaming like Netflix, Hulu and other services via apps on my tv. I have one app that has films from the 50s on it.

"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

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Did you know The Preacher's Wife w/Denzel Washington & Whitney Houston was a remake of that?

:) hello…

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"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

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Have you rewatched The Car recently? I watched it not long ago and thought it was a fun movie.

:) hello…

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The last time was ten days ago on the 14th. , it's a FUN movie. My FAVORITE GUILTY PLEASURE!

"I AM El Señor Fernando PÓO (💩)!!!!".

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I happened to watch that recently, and though it’s total schlock, I can see the fun kitsch vibe about it. There is one scene in it that I was surprised to see though. It’s the one of “The Car” chasing down the couple on bicycles. It struck me that this scene is almost a shot for shot duplicate of a similar scene from “The Deep” where Nick Nolte and Jacqueline Biset are nearly run down by a van while they’re on mopeds. Interesting thing since they both came out in 1977.

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Yearning (Mikio Naruse, 1964) 8/10
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058349/reference

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Where did u find a copy of that? I've been wanting to see that one for a long time. I love that actress - Hideko Takamine. I've seen her in several things. Quite a marvelous actress.

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here ya go, it's streamable and downloadable on mixdrop: https://mixdrop.co/f/zp1o3pjef67eq7

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Thank you!

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Never heard of mixdrop. I might watch this now. Thanks!

(IMDB had to change the design again…. ugh)

https://www.scribd.com/document/382737647/MortSahlFan-Song-List

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Anna goes to mixdrop, too. we both go to that page and have been for some time now without both of us knowing that the other one is using that page, too.

there's one thing we do differently tho: we access mixdrop differently. i think Anna goes directly to mixdrop whereas i am going to mixdrop via this site: https://www.primewire.li/ >> on that site, i search for the movie title or name of the TV show, scroll down the list of links the search result would offer me until i see a mixdrop link, click on "direct" and it will get me right to the video file, readily available for download. i watch 90% of all movies that way and have been using the primewire browser page for streaming sites for the past 8 years at least and longer. it's the most reliable online source that allows me to download the movie or TV show episode in a compact video file this easily and unproblematically. with a good connection, the download of 1GB would not take longer than 20-30 minutes, most of the time.

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Thanks, I'll check it out.

If only I could pick a GOOD movie. I have so many on my watch-list, I don't know how most got on there. The last three movies I've seen in the last month were shitty, but I went into them thinking they'd be good.

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"Last Movie From 30-70s You Saw For The First Time, and Loved?"

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wow!

That is actually a really tough question for me to answer.

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LOL, I honestly just don't know.

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Woman in the Dunes (1964). Hiroshi Teshigahara

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Great movie, great director.

"The Face of Another" might even be better. Two different movies, but both great. "Pitfall" is a good one, too.

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Also loved
Onibaba (1964) Kaneto Shindo

Wonderful director.

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You read my mind. I came here to mention that movie, and "Kuroneko" - have you seen that?

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Saw that one first actually, which introduced me to his films. Another interesting one is called The Naked Island (1960) which isn’t at all like the other two. Instead it’s a pretty bleak neo-realist sort of slice of life story of a small family living alone on a bleak island that they toil to farm. Has almost no dialogue at all. Sounds like not much fun, but very affective iing and worth looking for.

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I tried to watch it a few years ago, but the pace was too slow.

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Fair enough. I was lucky to see it in a theater the time I saw it. It is odd how watching films one has either enjoyed or disliked at first often take on a different vibe when rewatching on the screen with an audience, or home alone, for better or worse. I’ve had that experience go both ways many times.

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I'm sure if I saw it in a theater I would have given it a chance, since I never leave the theater until a movie is over, especially considering I'm always with someone else.

Does the pace pick up? I keep noticing a link between your username and good taste, so I might give it another chance.

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Yeah, being a captive audience can force your attention span a bit. I wouldn’t say it “picks up” but there is an unexpected death in the family that bends the arc of the “ plot”, such as it is, and the emotional impact of the story.

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At least that’s how I remembered it. It was some time ago.

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