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Quality film, The Natural watch it brilliant!!

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by shoestring25, Apr 1, 2004.

  1. shoestring25

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    I watched a quality film called The Natural last night on channel 4.

    It was on 2:30am in the morning on the 1st of April it had Robert Redford, Kim Basinger, Robert Duvall, Michael Madsen and Glenn Close in it.

    Brilliant film I’m glad I stayed up so long last night to watch it.

    Has anyone else seen it? What did they think of it?
     
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    Great film and one of the best music soundtracks of the eighties.

    I believe they re-used some of the music for Forrest Gump and its trailers, indeed countless movie trailers use the music first composed for The Natural :)
     
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    Aha I geddit April 1st ;)

    Saw this film of video way back when it first come out and thought it was er....well nothing special, certainly not worth staying up for!
     
  4. shoestring25

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    no mate sorry not a joke a serious post.

    quality film!!!
     
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    Thorughly enjoyed this movie when I first saw it on VHS. Watched it again a couple of years back when I picked it up in the HMV Sale on DVD - enjoyed it even more. :smashin:
     

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