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Hi everyone I managed 2 go 2 the cinema the other day 2 c stan and Ollie it was very gud I enjoyed it just wondering wot was the last film that everyone saw x
The Greatest Showman - then I had to go out and buy the DVD so that I could watch it again and again and again.................................... :roll:
At the cinema - *Same time next year * Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn - 1978 : :ohmy:
Green Book, this week. Good film set in 50/60 USA.. our local cinema was giving free Old Fashioned cocktails so a very pleasant evening hic!
At the cinema? A Monkey's Tale in 1999 :shock:

At home? Ghostbusters was on TV a few weeks ago whilst I was having dinner.
Bohemian rhapsody, its not a bad film its worth seeing just for the live aid part at the end which leaves you with a smile on your face thinking wow they did a brilliant job recreating that and also just how amazing Freddie Mercury was.
Laurel and Hardy plus 100's of old films on
Talking Pictures TV on freeview channel 81.

Best channel on air. Just like the old cinema with curtains and old projectors,
coming attractions etc, as it once was in the cinema.

Get into the ninepennies again for nothing ! :) A carers delight.
graham_15012 wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:35 pm
Bohemian rhapsody, its not a bad film its worth seeing just for the live aid part at the end which leaves you with a smile on your face thinking wow they did a brilliant job recreating that and also just how amazing Freddie Mercury was.
Same! I'm not a big film person, but I saw it and smiled through tears throughout the whole end