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What was the last film you watched on DVD, Cinema, or on a service like Hulu / Netflix?

Mine was Ocean's Twelve since it appeared on Netflix.  I actually enjoyed it more this second time around since I was much more into the characters, the banter, and the overall group of friends rather than the heist itself.  

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wolfe

I just watched George C Scott, Kirk Douglas in the List of Adrian Messenger

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Doug

Dvd. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2"

 

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I saw this new movie, in France, yesterday and I loved it! 

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21 hours ago, JoelR said:

Mine was Ocean's Twelve since it appeared on Netflix.  I actually enjoyed it more this second time around since I was much more into the characters, the banter, and the overall group of friends rather than the heist itself.  

@JoelR : I agree, I enjoy the banter and other interactions among the gang more than the heist plot.  And having Brad Pitt and Matt Damon in so many scenes together speaks for itself!

My latest DVD was the William Higgins 1987 pre-condom classic, “Big Guns,” a take-off on “Top Gun.”  The cast included gay-porn icon Chad Douglas; major stars Jeff Quinn (a personal favorite), Mike Henson (photo #1) and big-dicked John Davenport (photo #2); cutie Kevin Williams, at the time a very young but rising star;  hottie John Rocklin and twink Kevin Wiles, who both went on to fairly notable porn careers; as well as several other hot performers.  (Wiles gets impaled on Douglas’s monster cock, and he didn’t seem to enjoy the experience.)

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Oh, wait — did you mean mainstream flick?  I guess that was “The Martian,” with Matt Damon and a classic Disco soundtrack.

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JoelR

Lots of interesting choices!

From vintage flicks to Hollywood blockbusters to ... late-night porno, haha. 

 

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JackFTwist
12 hours ago, JoelR said:

Lots of interesting choices!

From vintage flicks to Hollywood blockbusters to ... late-night porno, haha. 

 

Make that “late-night vintage porno,” thank you very much!  :D

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Just for the record, I would like to say that I watched Harry Potter because I got fed-up with the thin story lines in the average porn film. I never thought I would ever say this, but I need a short break from the thin plots (I use the term loosely) in porn films.

I think a break from porn for a few hours - I mean weeks, will do me some good:o

I know, I know, nobody will believe that  (not even me!) ;)

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The English Patient (one of my favourite films) and then, oh dear, Disney's Cars (4 times, one after another ) - don't ask why, guys! And I never want to see it again (well for the time being anyway).

Actually this is not quite true - pants almost on fire - as the last late-night (and non-vintage) film I'm watching, well you know, it's one of those with all these gorgeous hunks who strip off and get off with each other - the sort noone is interested in on this site, are they?  California Dreamin' - thanks @JackFTwist who posted some pics from it in Specs and Shades the other day.

 

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1 hour ago, macnasty said:

The English Patient (one of my favourite films) and then, oh dear, Disney's Cars (4 times, one after another ) - don't ask why, guys! And I never want to see it again (well for the time being anyway).

Actually this is not quite true - pants almost on fire - as the last late-night (and non-vintage) film I'm watching, well you know, it's one of those with all these gorgeous hunks who strip off and get off with each other - the sort noone is interested in on this site, are they?  California Dreamin' - thanks @JackFTwist who posted some pics from it in Specs and Shades the other day.

 

On reflection - this is what makes this a great, great site, @JoelR - it's fine to  blog about what films we're watching AND what hot men we're watching and lusting after too.

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JoelR
10 minutes ago, macnasty said:

On reflection - this is what makes this a great, great site, @JoelR - it's fine to  blog about what films we're watching AND what hot men we're watching and lusting after too.

It sounds like the films and the skin flicks are often the same thing for some of you ...  ¬¬ ;) :P

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8 hours ago, Doug said:

Just for the record, I would like to say that I watched Harry Potter because I got fed-up with the thin story lines in the average porn film. I never thought I would ever say this, but I need a short break from the thin plots (I use the term loosely) in porn films.

I think a break from porn for a few hours - I mean weeks, will do me some good:o

I know, I know, nobody will believe that  (not even me!) 

 

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Just watched this again. Ok  so I like the eye candy and I'm a hopeless romantic.

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On 1/11/2017 at 7:25 PM, JackFTwist said:

@JoelR : I agree, I enjoy the banter and other interactions among the gang more than the heist plot.  And having Brad Pitt and Matt Damon in so many scenes together speaks for itself!

My latest DVD was the William Higgins 1987 pre-condom classic, “Big Guns,” a take-off on “Top Gun.”  The cast included gay-porn icon Chad Douglas; major stars Jeff Quinn (a personal favorite), Mike Henson (photo #1) and big-dicked John Davenport (photo #2); cutie Kevin Williams, at the time a very young but rising star;  hottie John Rocklin and twink Kevin Wiles, who both went on to fairly notable porn careers; as well as several other hot performers.  (Wiles gets impaled on Douglas’s monster cock, and he didn’t seem to enjoy the experience.)

Mike Henson 'Big Guns' cover 1.jpg   John Davenport 'Big Guns' cover 2.jpg

Oh, wait — did you mean mainstream flick?  I guess that was “The Martian,” with Matt Damon and a classic Disco soundtrack.

Thanks @JackFTwist watching Big Guns now ;)

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cody

Hi, Just finished " The Canyons."  A little dark and twisted. A full frontal shot of a nice cock makes the movie. 

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Just watched Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (which is the newest play / movie in the Harry Potter wizarding world).  

Great special effects, compelling story line but rather stilted conversations - sometimes the special effects and magical creatures were more impressive than the human characters (or "wizards" and "No-Majs," I should say).  The storyline was all over the place.  The movie opens with newspaper clippings of the terror brought upon by a dark wizard Grindelwald in Great Britain, but then the main story follows protagonist Newt Scamander and his American sidekicks Tina and baker Jacob Kowalski chasing after his escaped creatures in New York City (including some rather lovely scenes chasing after the adorable Niffler who has an insatiable lust for gold and precious gems and a lovedance in Central Park zoo with a hippototamus-type of creature) ... then something about an obscurus, a flying phoenix who makes it rain, and then at the very end, it's revealed (spoiler alert) that the head auror was Grindelwald in disguise the entire time!  You can tell I wasn't paying a whole lot of attention ;)  

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Eddie Redmayne as the main character Newt Scamander was likeable.  He fit the role very nicely with his eager optimism and care for his magical creatures.  

My good friend kept pestering me to watch the movie since he's a Harry Potter diehard (bought the play on the day of initial release), so finally Adam and I went to go see it.  I think it's worthwhile to go and watch it simply because it's part of the Harry Potter / wizarding world of J K Rowling, but I wouldn't call it a stand-out movie on its own.  

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