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    Just watched it again

    No matter how many times I watch this movie
    I blubber like a baby

    Tom hanks is a terrific actor
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    Same here, only you almost cry before the bit that makes you cry, with the anticipation of knowing what is going to happen. All the actors are good in this film, particularly the chap that has the special powers, although I forget his real name. I think he died in real life now.

    Great film though and one for a duvet day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    Just watched it again

    No matter how many times I watch this movie
    I blubber like a baby

    Tom hanks is a terrific actor
    I don't delve into the fanaticism and luster of the celebrity world, but Tom Hanks is the one and only actor/actress I would actually be honoured to meet. Saw Forrest Gump for the first time recently. I was lost for words after it. I'd be the first to admit that I'm very battle hardened when it comes to human emotions and the like, but it was truly one of the very few movies in history that tugged at my heartstrings.

    I only saw The Green Mile for the first time a few months back actually. Just happened across it by chance when I was channel surfing and was glued to it to the very end.

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    Same here, only you almost cry before the bit that makes you cry, with the anticipation of knowing what is going to happen. All the actors are good in this film, particularly the chap that has the special powers, although I forget his real name. I think he died in real life now.

    Great film though and one for a duvet day.
    Michael Clarke Duncan. Died of a heart attack.
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    Stephen King at his best. Just a great movie and even better book

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    Great Film, I cried loads when Mr. Jingles was killed

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    First time I watch that film was in a friends house and they had a great surround sound system. Really made the hair stand on the back of my neck. Fantastic movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladiesman217 View Post
    I don't delve into the fanaticism and luster of the celebrity world, but Tom Hanks is the one and only actor/actress I would actually be honoured to meet. Saw Forrest Gump for the first time recently. I was lost for words after it. I'd be the first to admit that I'm very battle hardened when it comes to human emotions and the like, but it was truly one of the very few movies in history that tugged at my heartstrings.

    I only saw The Green Mile for the first time a few months back actually. Just happened across it by chance when I was channel surfing and was glued to it to the very end.



    Michael Clarke Duncan. Died of a heart attack.
    You should try watching Philadelphia too, it's another very well acted film.

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    Wasn't Mr Jingles just a mouse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curvaceous Kate View Post
    Same here, only you almost cry before the bit that makes you cry, with the anticipation of knowing what is going to happen. All the actors are good in this film, particularly the chap that has the special powers, although I forget his real name. I think he died in real life now.

    Great film though and one for a duvet day.
    Brilliant film,sadly Michael clarke Duncan has passed away,an excellent actor.
    Nice to see you back on the forum Kate,you were missed,i really enjoy your contribution on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by casman View Post
    Brilliant film,sadly Michael clarke Duncan has passed away,an excellent actor.
    Nice to see you back on the forum Kate,you were missed,i really enjoy your contribution on here

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