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Sure. Maybe you'll love it. The guys behind me did. For me it was a waste of 3 hours and $15. Domhnall Gleeson was a high point, past that, not much.

 

This single shot technique worked very well in Gravity and to some extent in Birdman, but here it actually slows the action down and becomes distracting. There is a far better 2 hour with traditional editing movie in there that we'll never see because no one can say no to Iñárritu right now.

 

If you haven't yet, go see Room. It is the best movie I've seen all year.

 

lefty

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Yea has been on my list. I'll get to it before my last semester starts.
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Scoop - Woody Allen (2006)

 

 

 

I liked this film, silly story, funny oneliners. And who can resist Scarlett?

 

 

 


Edited by Roy Al - 1/2/16 at 11:15pm
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The Hateful Eight

8/10

Agatha Christie in a Wyoming snowstorm as directed by Hitchcock. Well, not quite. But Quentin Tarantino's 8th film is another humdinger with quality storytelling filmed with superb technique, capturing fine performances.

Wickedly funny at times and plenty gory most of the time, it's not for the faint of heart. But if you love great writing and Tarantino's style, this almost three hour film is for you.
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Does Disney have the power to make Star Wars crossover with Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy?

I guarantee someone has already mapped out the marketing and projected profits on that one.
post #13146 of 14472
I liked the movie. Don't get why Apple, and his wife hate the movie. I know a bunch of stuff was made up, but I thought they portrayed him in a good way.

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I liked the movie. Don't get why Apple, and his wife hate the movie. I know a bunch of stuff was made up, but I thought they portrayed him in a good way.


I liked it as well. I also like how it kept the focus off the more recent future
post #13148 of 14472
Yeah, I am not sure because I haven't seen it... but I think the Ashton movie already covered that. I loved the ending too, and I know it was kinda of cheesy, but I've seen Steve Jobs kinda have a similar moment with Bill Gates, so it wasn't much of a stretch to portray that side of Jobs personality.
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Making of a murderer - Moria Demos & Laura Riccardi (2015)

 

 



Seen four episodes for now at it is really uneven; can not comprehend the hype.

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Tropic Thunder
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Watched the movie about Brian Wilson last week. The Giamotti character was so punchable.
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But if you love great writing and Tarantino's

wut
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I watched Dope last night. It was a fun but grating movie.
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it is really uneven

Huh??
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I watched 2 movies last night.

Mad Max Fury Road - 3 out o 5


Django Unchained - 2/5 - I would have rated this one 0 if not for Chriz Walz
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