"Please see my last post on this discussion. The movie I was thinking of WAS Intensity. I re-watched it thanks to your comment and discovered the scene I was thinking about was the opening scene! :(
Thank you - thank you again. :)"
"Ahh! I am so dense. The movie IS Intensity (1997). :(
I re-watched it recently, and the scene that stuck in my head is the opening scene. I just didn't connect it with the movie because I was being dense!!!! "
"Not the same movie, but as I mentioned in my reply below, I have seen that movie too. I had completely forgotten about China repeating that though. That's a good detail. One thing that stood out in that movie to me were the wolves which…"
"Yes! Yes! I think we are thinking of the same movie. Now that you say that, you're right - flashbacks to the 60s. Well, it's good to know the movie exists. If you ever run across it again, please remember me. Thank you! :)"
"I'm no help, I'm sure. But I remember a movie like this. Which in my recollection, took place in Florida and also, the bits with the little girl were flashbacks to sometime around the 60s, when she was a child. The guy…"
"Dragonfly, you're thinking of Intensity. The only reason I didn't mention it earlier is because nickname mentioned the girl's parents in a couple scenes and as I recall, the parents die early on in Intensity-the whole family aside…"
"I am trying to remember this. I think the character name is China, and she is repeating "China (her last name) .... something .... safe." and it is a memory. I think a little girl has been abducted and she comes across the…"
"Hmmm. . . I haven't seen that, but thank you for the suggestion. I think the movie I'm trying to remember is more psychological thriller/overcoming obstacles than horror (which I'm guessing "The People Under The…"
"Chances are, it was the Millicent and Therese segment of the 1975 TV movie, Trilogy of Terror. Karen Black plays both parts. One a prudish brunette, the other a fun loving blonde.
The segment is on YouTube in two parts.…"
"I've read Kip Thorne's book. Slicing spinning wormholes in half like a bagel and towing one half across the galaxy to where you want to go would take energy he kind of cheats on getting - but in SF you are allowed to postulate one…"
"The Outfit: I caught it the other night on TCM and thought it was still a good movie, sort of felt it might have influence Tarantino in his crime phase. The ending was a little bit cliched with the happy ending humor, but I could…"
"Warner has set up a sweet operation, that while it's not cheap - isn't overpriced either. Warner Archive has out of print titles that you can digitally download for around $10 or they will burn you a DVD with full case and liner for less…"
"Q is one of the funny ones. For a complete rundown - full spoilers - go here.
You know, 26 of them - I didn't take notes. My copy *ahem* does not have subtitles and most of the films are not in English; although except for G (which I…"