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I always find that strange when they have two different titles for different English speaking countries. 🤔Yes, although in the U.S. it's called Heaven Help Us. Great movie!
There's another one I didn't know about.Harry Potter and the sorcerer's/philospher's stone enters the chat
Nah, only found out after the fact. It's the sequence when he needs to cross the canal with the broken bridge. It was filmed at an old dock on the River Clyde.so you got to see some of the filming then?
^It feels like I should know this even though I haven't viewed it (unless it's an internet TV movie, in which case I wouldn't know it), but I'm coming up blank on it.
I feel exactly the same way. It looks somewhat familiar but can't place it.
I didn't enjoy it that much on a first viewing but I re-watched it years later and thought it was actually a lot better the 2nd time round.^Ah, that's it. I've never viewed that. If I had recognized that that's Chris Evans, I might have guessed it.
The first few pics I was going to use I thought made it too obvious, so I'd chosen one that was less so, but I'm guessing I've gone too far in that direction. 😳. I'll leave answering, just in case anyone else gets it, for a couple more days.I have absolutely nothing on the above.
La Femme Nikita?
Loved both films and watched them a lot but haven't seen either in years. I'll need to watch them again.By coincidence, I stumbled randomly into a youtube rabbit hole of watching old Gary Oldman movie clips, which landed me into Jean Reno clips and I suddenly remember we had a double dvd set of Leon the Professional and Nikita during childhood. Which was how I saw the movie probably.
I'm completely shocked at the style and age of the vehicles in a movie that must have been made somewhere around 1992/93 🤨😸 The Bedford box truck (I think it is) must have been kicking about since at least the '70s.Answer was Four Weddings and A Funeral (1994).