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    Thumbs up Films again and again . . .

    Who has an old film they can watch over and over again?

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    I do - it's called Back to the Future! I don't know how many times I've watched that but I'm still not bored with it yet!

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    I also love the BTTF films but one film that I can watch over and over again is "Somewhere In Time". It is a bit of an obscure one starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah
    I also love the BTTF films but one film that I can watch over and over again is "Somewhere In Time". It is a bit of an obscure one starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour.
    Now that's a little gem of a film that was really overlooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rains
    Now that's a little gem of a film that was really overlooked.
    I loved the music to that film - John Barrie I think. Beatuifully melancholy.
    John Barrie has written some of the best film scores ever IMO
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    Sad loss when Chris Reeves passed away. I saw him in a western, but can't remember the name?

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    The "haunting" music that is played time after time during the film is actually "Rhapsody On A Theme" by Paganini - but John Barrie did most of the rest of the music.

    John Barrie is more commonly known for scores from other films
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    The Breakfast Club Can watch that over and over..

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    Dirty Dancing ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummybear
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    I'll second that. But not the follow up.

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