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#16388 - 06/14/01 11:53 AM Re: Another good movie
Loc: New England, USA
poor Ned Beatty!
For a pleasant evening's movie, rent "Hear My Song" with Ned in title role ... an off-beat film, set in Ireland and England, bit of a slow start, a lot of smiles, some out loud laughs, and some great music, all mixed up and an ending that is a hoot!
Based on true story.
That's my contribution to a pleasant summer evening for this thread.
#16389 - 06/14/01 12:16 PM Re: Another good movie
(and with just a touch of the Irish, eh, wow?)
Yes, I loved that film too. Even almost reconciled me to improbable warbling Hey! - I just sat through Fidelio, for god's sake, where nothing at all happens for over 2 hours apart from a lot of fine music!!
#16390 - 06/14/01 12:42 PM Re: Another good movie
Loc: New England, USA
Maverick > a touch of the Irish, eh, wow?
If you mean my ancestry, dear Mav, it's all from the Emerald Isle!
#16391 - 06/14/01 01:16 PM Re: Another good movie
Yes - and the film has a lovely Irish lilt to the whole story, don't you think?
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