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Posted: 10-Nov-2007, 11:01 AM
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Loch Ness (Ted Danson and Joely Richardson)

Wee Geordie Great classic!

Local Hero

Strcikly Sinatra (gangster movie)

Darby O'Gill and the Little People

The Secret of Roan Inish


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Posted: 10-Nov-2007, 01:45 PM
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I've currently got The Seventh Stream, and Wind that Shakes the Barley rented from Netflix. Ought to be good eh?


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Posted: 10-Nov-2007, 07:28 PM
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Just finished watching those two.

Seventh Stream is a MUST SEE! So sweet and touching. I am left quite saddened by it. A slightly different angle on the Selkie tail from what I have heard previously, even if still the same core. Perhaps it reminds me how incomplete I am. Who knows.

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Posted: 13-Nov-2007, 11:46 AM
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I finally got to see The Mists of Avalon and The Secret of Roan Inish I also saw Tristan and Isolde a While back. It's a great movie, sort of like Romeo and Juliet. Takes place during the Britan war against Ireland. I've never seen The Boondock Saints But I love the boondock saints theme It's a Great song, Probably one of my absolute favorites. The Movie The Highlander was okay, there are better movies. Braveheart Not much to say but Great!


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Posted: 13-Nov-2007, 09:20 PM
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Aside from Shrek 3 being released today the movie Amazing Grace is out on DVD. Have not seen it but it is suppose to be very good.


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Posted: 30-Dec-2007, 08:22 AM
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The Water Horse opened n theaters this weekend. Has anybody seen it? Also a new movie with a few stars like Gerard Butler is coming out. It's called P.S., I Love You and its seems to be mostly set in Ireland. Walmart has trailers of the movie playing in their TV section. Looks like a Romance pic with a touch of comedy.
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Posted: 08-Jan-2008, 11:17 PM
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Not a movie but Tartan TV started showing some new episodes on our PBS station here. Great informative programs showing Scottish culture. Hopefully they will post them on their website later like they have with older episodes. Come to think of it I haven't checked youtube for any of their past programs. I was too busy looking at all the Guinness commercials today.
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I don't know if anyone has mentioned it as I skipped the last couple of pages of the thread..."Ladyhawke" is one of my old favorites. It's not really Celtic, I'm not sure where it takes place, but it's very medieval and magical. stars a very young Matthew Broderick, and a very, very young Michelle Pfieffer. I know, sounds like a strange pair for a medieval show, but just give it a chance.

"Willow" is another old favorite, not sure if it's mentioned either. I could drool over Val Kilmer all day, especially with the long, dark hair. wink.gif
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Posted: 03-Feb-2008, 06:18 PM
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Watched "The Last Legion" last night (courtesy of Netflix), wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
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Has anyone seen Michael Collins? I've seen good reviews for it, but I'd like to know what the illustrious folks here think.

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My list:

The Quit Man- A classic that is enjoyable to watch over and over again.

Darby O'Gill and The Little People- One of my first introductions to
Celtic Movies, as a kid.

Brave Heart: A good movie that needs to be seen with out to much
concern for historical accuracy.

Rob Roy I liked.

Oh well there are just too many to list. I like most movies with a Celtic
theme.
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Some Mother's Son, about the 1981 IRA hunger strike in which Bobby Sands died.
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Oh my goodness! Magdalene Sisters is a really good movie!

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QUOTE (singforsam @ 28-Feb-2008, 02:53 PM)
Oh my goodness! Magdalene Sisters is a really good movie!

-Sam W

You can say that again.


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How about Darby O'Gill and the Little People this stars a very young hunk named Sean Connery.( still the best Bond)He sings with a lovely voice. It's about an old man that believes in Leprechauns and tries to convince everyone else they exist.

King Arthur: Arthur played by Clive Owen will put you to sleep but Lancelot is gorgeous. naughty.gif

The Water Horse is good. I saw it in theatres. A boy finds an egg that hatches to become a Loch Ness type beastie. Based in Scotland during WWII. The scenery and music is really beautiful.





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