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    Can't believe nobody has mentioned "Yellowstone. I don't do movies, but there's A LOT of talk about it. Gosh everywhere I go folks are talking about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rphillips View Post
    Can't believe nobody has mentioned "Yellowstone. I don't do movies, but there's A LOT of talk about it. Gosh everywhere I go folks are talking about it.
    Are you talking about the series?
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    Oommmm, Not sure, just assumed, but have heard folks talking about it a bunch of times in the past few weeks.
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    I've been watching " Occupied " . It's a Norwegian series where Russia has taken over Norway.... I hate sub titles but the series is good enough I put up with them .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rphillips View Post
    Oommmm, Not sure, just assumed, but have heard folks talking about it a bunch of times in the past few weeks.
    I think you're probably hearing about the show, and I've heard good things, too.
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    The title is silly, so is the premise. Glad I gave it a shot. I loved this movie. Sam Elliot IS the Man.
    full movie is on YouTube.
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    The Iron Cross, 1977, a good movie about the Germans fighting the Russians on the eastern front.

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    Wife wanted me to get and watch "A Walk In The Woods" with her (Actaully she wanted me to read the book.) because it was so insightful and such a good personality study. Oh Boy.

    So I agreed to get/watch the movie.

    Was interesting and funny (wife annoyed that it didnt follow the book).

    In general, Its about his guy (Robeert Redford) who is a writer, nearing/at/past retirement age, is not getting as much work nor acclaim as he used to. Some how he gets the idea to walk the Appilation trail. So he contacts everbosy he knows, and about everybody he has ever known, to get someone to go with him. And everyone turns him down (thier replys are funny).
    THen one of his old friend from back when they were 20, who he specifically didn't invite, calls and asks to go along.
    Well, this old friend shows up (Nick Nolte) and he is limping and doesnt look healthy at all.

    That is just the start of the movie.
    The interaction between those two are great, and funny.
    THe people they meet along the way is funny.
    ANd the situations they get into are funny/serious but funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redman View Post
    Wife wanted me to get and watch "A Walk In The Woods" with her (Actaully she wanted me to read the book.) because it was so insightful and such a good personality study. Oh Boy.

    So I agreed to get/watch the movie.

    Was interesting and funny (wife annoyed that it didnt follow the book).

    In general, Its about his guy (Robeert Redford) who is a writer, nearing/at/past retirement age, is not getting as much work nor acclaim as he used to. Some how he gets the idea to walk the Appilation trail. So he contacts everbosy he knows, and about everybody he has ever known, to get someone to go with him. And everyone turns him down (thier replys are funny).
    THen one of his old friend from back when they were 20, who he specifically didn't invite, calls and asks to go along.
    Well, this old friend shows up (Nick Nolte) and he is limping and doesnt look healthy at all.

    That is just the start of the movie.
    The interaction between those two are great, and funny.
    THe people they meet along the way is funny.
    ANd the situations they get into are funny/serious but funny.
    Pretty good movie, but yes, you should read the book. Actually, you should read every book by Bill Bryson.
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    Nick Nolte has looked that way since the 70s. Just watched North Dallas Forty.

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