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Pride - Matthew Warchus (2014)

 

 

This is not a movie, it's propaganda.  The manuscript is unbelievable, suppressed people just dont behave like that, and the editing is a disaster.

 

 

The best gay movie I've seen is 'Blue is the warmest color' from Abdellatif Kechiche (2013)

 

 

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It's a nice movie. Lots of folks to notice too like the Timothy Oliphant, the dood from the Verve Pipe, Zach Widle, Jason of course, and McNaulty from The Wire.
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On my most recent flight(s): The Martian, Black Mass and When Harry Met Sally... the last one being my favorite by far. I'd always enjoyed Harry Connick Jr.'s soundtrack album, not sure why I'd never seen it.

I do have to say for both the martian and whms it would have been better for both movies if they had ended unsuccessfully or ambiguously.
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Revenant again this time with the lady.

Also caught the program. Very happy I saw this cycling and eat big cycling was a huge part of my life 7-10 years ago. I was and still am a lance supporter to an extent. Sad it shook out the way it did. Ben foster does a great job and I like him in pretty much all of his roles
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Pride - Matthew Warchus (2014)

The best gay movie I've seen is 'Blue is the warmest color' from Abdellatif Kechiche (2013)

Yes.
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So far

 

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And?

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Agree with OC … lol at the "explaining to you gf" comment. Can't say I learned anything, but it was enjoyable if not a bit disturbing.

Saw it last night, thought it was great. Only had to pause a couple of times to explain to the GF. Again, not that she's not smart, just that much of the beginning of my career (started working in 2009) dealt with litigating the fallout of the crisis and I know what all this shit means.

Read the book a long time ago and felt like it stayed pretty true to it...and I am completely amazed they managed to turn a book like than into a funny and engaging feature film. I don't quite remember everything from the book, but did think the film got a little preachy at some points Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Like, does anyone honestly care that some 25 year old chick working at a budget-cut SEC might be floating her resume to a bunch of thriving banks? That's not a revolving door, that's just job searching.
And they did flip the script a little bit on the young-guy fund with Brad Pitt...since the real founder was the son of a giant PE fund manager. It is true that they had crazy returns on their initial investment, but they certainly weren't lacking for wall street insider contacts. And Brad Pitt's character worked at the fund as the head trader for years...only becoming a scraggly survivalist after the crash.

Anyone know why Christian Bale's character is the only one that used the real name?
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The Revenant - Alejandro González Iñárritu (2015)

 

 




I liked this movie, but my companions disliked it.

Loved the filming, the light, and I think that DiCaprio has developed a lot as an actor. 
The movie was maybe a bit too long

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The Revenant - Alejandro González Iñárritu (2015)








I liked this movie, but my companions disliked it.
Loved the filming, the light, and I think that DiCaprio has developed a lot as an actor. 

The movie was maybe a bit too long

Same sit'n for me. My friends liked it and I didn't.
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Yesterday I watched "Regression" with Ethan Hawke. Its good movie. I sort of remenber these satanist rumors back in the 90´s

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I think this is probaly his best since Pulp Fiction, its just a personal opinion. I didn´t like the war movie ( I don´t remenber the name) or Kill Bill. 

War movie was his 2nd best after Pulp fiction imo it was terrific imo, especially all the languages used after watching so many war movies esp Hollywood ones I loved opening scene where Landa spoke actual german, I've seen all sans Jackie Brown I think and the new one. I've also seen the True Romance which was written by him and it was very good too.

Anyways if a guy says he didn't like Pulp Fiction then I guess Tarantino is just no for him.
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Tarantino has 10 more movies he can milk out of his shtick? Fuck.
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The only Tarantino movies I have liked are:

1. Reservoir Dogs
2. Pulp Fiction
3. The Hateful Eight

His other stuff has been like like whateva. Don't get the praise he gets.
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nobody liked Death Proof? catharsis done right is incredibly satisfying

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