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    Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

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    Man, they don't make wonderful films like this anymore.

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    I have to agree. Good scripts and acting have fallen by the wayside in favour of special effects and 'perfect' looking actors/actresses.

    One thing I don't miss from older films is the RIDICULOUSLY LOUD MUSIC EVERY TIME ANYTHING IS HAPPENING ON SCREEN!oO

    There are loads of great films out there. You just need to look past the majority of the dross they pump out for the masses.

    I think I remember that film
    Yes, I recall, I think we both kinda liked it

    Lovely looking woman, an ethereal quality about her.

    youtube.com/wat…jFc

    Quietus

    One thing I don't miss from older films is the RIDICULOUSLY LOUD MUSIC … One thing I don't miss from older films is the RIDICULOUSLY LOUD MUSIC EVERY TIME ANYTHING IS HAPPENING ON SCREEN!oO




    Except for Jaws.

    Mark2111

    Except for Jaws.

    Haha, that's a pretty good exception, but I was thinking more of the older films with the orchestra constantly on full volume just because somebody walks across a room, and then gets completely out of control when that person embraces another. Then you go deaf when their lips meet.:|

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    Mark2111

    Lovely looking woman, an ethereal quality about … Lovely looking woman, an ethereal quality about her.https://youtube.com/watch?v=lH2W1TaHjFc


    I love that scene and Henry Mancini's version of Moon River, both of them together are absolute perfection. Audrey Hepburn (Breakfast at Tiffany's [1961] and Olivia Hussey (Romeo and Juliet [1968]) are Goddesses in human form.

    Mark2111

    Lovely looking woman, an ethereal quality about … Lovely looking woman, an ethereal quality about her.https://youtube.com/watch?v=lH2W1TaHjFc


    And then the Mars corporation turned her into a dirty hat thief. Is nothing sacred?
    youtube.com/wat…5AM

    Spasho

    I love that scene and Henry Mancini's version of Moon River, both of them … I love that scene and Henry Mancini's version of Moon River, both of them together are absolute perfection. Audrey Hepburn (Breakfast at Tiffany's [1961] and Olivia Hussey (Romeo and Juliet [1968]) are Goddesses in human form.



    Im interested to see how the reported remake starring Rihanna and Will Smith will turn out, aren't you?

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    Im interested to see how the reported remake starring Rihanna and Will … Im interested to see how the reported remake starring Rihanna and Will Smith will turn out, aren't you?


    Uh... uh...
    Ha-hah!
    Moon River, flow tight like Joan Rivers
    Mile wide, I'm ya style guide, to the west side, gonna crossy wit ma posse!
    C'mon. etc.

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    kramer vs kramer

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    HotEnglishAndWelshDeals

    Im interested to see how the reported remake starring Rihanna and Will … Im interested to see how the reported remake starring Rihanna and Will Smith will turn out, aren't you?


    Will Smith used to be a great actor but now he just comes off as OK, imo. Musically I've never liked Rihanna too much, her music sounds repetitive, clichéd, uncreative and unoriginal like most singers/musicians nowadays.

    Anyone still remember Maroon 5? It still exists but it's crap now.

    withering heights 1937

    To kill a mocking bird

    What ever happend to baby Jane

    Stella Dallas 1937

    agree with you about the 1968 Juliet, Spasho.

    although AFAIK i haven't seen any of the other filmic versions.

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    I loved that version of R&J ('68) it was a real classic, much better than the one with DiCaprio, that was awful
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