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Old 05-08-2008, 09:29 PM
 
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Default In the Valley of Elah

I just saw the Tommy Lee movie "In the Valley of Elah". It was filmed in and around Albuquerque area. I noticed a scene where Tommy Lee is driving down Central ave and you can see the Frontier resturant in a pass by shot. There was also a lot of scenes in a hotel called the Imperial Inn. There was also a diner type place that I didn't recognize. If anybody saw the movie what was the diner that he was in. I only noticed because in So Cal they film tons of movies and it gets to be a habit to notice land marks.
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Old 05-08-2008, 10:53 PM
 
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I just saw the Tommy Lee movie "In the Valley of Elah". It was filmed in and around Albuquerque area. I noticed a scene where Tommy Lee is driving down Central ave and you can see the Frontier resturant in a pass by shot. There was also a lot of scenes in a hotel called the Imperial Inn. There was also a diner type place that I didn't recognize. If anybody saw the movie what was the diner that he was in. I only noticed because in So Cal they film tons of movies and it gets to be a habit to notice land marks.
That's just one of several recent movies that have been shot in Albuquerque & New Mexico. also a few television series have been shot in Albuquerque. With the new Movie studio that was built recently, several new movies are in production....like T4 and a movie called The Game, which transformed Downtown Albuquerque into a futuristic city.
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:33 PM
 
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The restaurant is called Milton's and is located on Central, just west of I-25.

The motel where Tommy Lee Jones stayed is next door to Milton's.
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Old 01-10-2014, 02:31 PM
 
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Well,I watched Inn the Valley of Elah,just now, on Comcast Cable and for the fifth time....maybe more.....but I cannot
describe how I felt at all again.....speechless.......sad.......unsure.
Tommie Lee Jones' performance? He must be watched and listened to...closely..........Red Devil Fox.......that he is...not I.
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