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Movies to Help Pass the Time

TerryMiller

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One that I need to get and watch again is High Road to China. It's a movie with Tom Selleck, Wilford Brimley, and Bess Armstrong. If one hasn't watched it, it is a story where Bess' character hires Selleck's character to search out her father (Brimley) that is in China. It has some cool scenes with WWI style airplanes.

 

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One that I need to get and watch again is High Road to China. It's a movie with Tom Selleck, Wilford Brimley, and Bess Armstrong. If one hasn't watched it, it is a story where Bess' character hires Selleck's character to search out her father (Brimley) that is in China. It has some cool scenes with WWI style airplanes.



I remember liking that movie.
 

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Re-watching the 1956 sci-fi flick, World Without End. This is a decent movie and one of my alll-time favorite films.

The first US space flight (a manned mission to Mars) has taken place in 1957 and after completing their mission, they are returning to earth. Suddenly, they hit a great turbulence and everyone on board is knocked out cold.

The ship crash-lands on a snowbank in some mountains, and our heroes figure out that they are on the earth several centuries in the future after a devastating atomic war.

In spite of the (by our standards) awful special effects, it is overall, a very good film, being well-acted, with a good plot and script.

It is available on DVD, and from what I hear, blu-ray.

A nice touch for me was the heroes carried S&W M&P revolvers, which became the Model 10.
 
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