Movies: What I’ve Been Watching

Haven’t been keeping up with my movie posts. Recently saw Good Night and Good Luck (liked it), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, so intense but very good), Kontroll (Hungarian film set in the Budapest Subway system, allegorical with great music), Captain Blood (1935, Errol Flynn, watched with the grandson, boring), Criss Cross (1949, directed by Robert Siodmak, stars Burt Lancaster, film-noir, OK), Claude Chabrol’s Betty (a very strange story, well-acted, based on a novel by Georges Simenon), and Flightplan (Jodie Foster, my expectations were high and I was let down). All except Good Night and Good Luck and Flightplan were on DVD.

Whew.

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