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^ From what I gathered out of some reviews, it's a kind of bar/n fight extravaganca of Team CA vs Team IM in regards to bring home the point as to who is right in being (randomly) pro or contra putting of the Avengers under government control? But of course they won't really kill each other over it despite the impressive firepower and force at their disposure. Ehm, is that and if so, what's the point?
Mind you, haven't seen it yet.

The 'big blue' was very entertaining and surprising in terms of both story and marketing. But it was in context to the broader story arc of the film.
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@Roy Al

This was pretty cool. Austere set-ups and cinematography … minimal dialogue… good for you if you don't speak German (Österreichisches Deutsch).



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Watched this yesterday. Probably a bad choice for Mother's Day lol. I figured out the twist literally 5 minutes in and kept hoping that they'd pull another rabbit out of the hat. Well made film, but I think they could gone a bit further with the premise. The ending didn't sit well with me either.
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While the remakes of all of these were pretty good, let's not forget the originals:







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What...lol
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Meh. That wasn't one of Dean's stronger performances. However, the Billy Wilder Blade Runner is a true masterpiece. Much better, I think, than the remake. Sad that it's been largely forgotten.
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Also, in that last one it was pretty inspired casting to have Anthony Hopkins as the young and John Gielgud as the older Xavier.

Plus: Jane Seymor as Shadowcat satisfied.gif
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Me too...........  Love it every time......

 

Cheers,

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The Hunt for Red October

 

Two nuclear subs playing cat and mouse.  Yikes!!!

 

 

Red October Capt. Vasili Borodin: I will live in Montana. And I will marry a round American woman and raise rabbits, and she will cook them for me. And I will have a pickup truck... maybe even a "recreational vehicle." And drive from state to state. Do they let you do that?

Captain Ramius: I suppose.

Capt. Vasili Borodin: No papers?

Captain Ramius: No papers, state to state.

Capt. Vasili Borodin: Well then, in winter I will live in... Arizona. Actually, I think I will need two wives.

Captain Ramius: Oh, at least.

 

Cheers

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Saw a wonderful clip of this on Facebook. Will watch later tonight.

 

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^ Looks like The Sicilian is up to one of his classic drinking games again.
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Also, in that last one it was pretty inspired casting to have Anthony Hopkins as the young and John Gielgud as the older Xavier.

Plus: Jane Seymor as Shadowcat satisfied.gif

Julie Christie
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Also, in that last one it was pretty inspired casting to have Anthony Hopkins as the young and John Gielgud as the older Xavier.

Plus: Jane Seymor as Shadowcat satisfied.gif

Bypassing Julie Christie to see Jane Seymour would be a grave error.
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Saw a wonderful clip of this on Facebook. Will watch later tonight.

 

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This is a delightful movie. Bottle of wine and no one else in the room. Just enjoy.

 

 

lefty


Edited by lefty - 5/13/16 at 4:16am
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This is SUCH a great movie everything, just gels perfectly, from the opening shot the visuals and cast propel the narrative in a fluid continuum as it seamlessly rolls on to its inevitable conclusion, the flow and pace of the film is fantastic.

Nothing is wasted or over indulged in and it maintains an intense rhythm throughout. The bank hold up simply explodes on the streets and is one of most intense filmed for the big screen.

As for the cast they brilliantly respond to first rate direction, and its one of the best editing jobs around. Twenty one years old and still as much of trip when it first came out.
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I got snipped this am so I spent the day watching movies. This was first on my list as I heard some people talking about Alec Baldwins character and the ABCs. Great opening. Movie really follows more of a play feeling. Lots of long dialogue and few scene changes. Great cast and good acting. Jack Lemmon is a fav of mine.

Overall I'm glad I have seen it now.
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