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a musical huh, thanks I will watch it, looks interesting
post #13847 of 14436

Insanely great movie.

 

 

lefty

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Sweet Charity has a few SF theme songs in it, Big Spender and If My Friends Could See Me Now.
post #13849 of 14436
Wife gone

Watched Deadpool

Entertained

More than expected


Single malt


Golden goat
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Burton. Awesome.
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^ a. maze. ing. movie. what a story and what a performance.

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I need to find 'The Spy Who Came in from the Cold'.

Over the last week or so:











The last two are personal favourites, but all were worth a rewatch.
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Burton. Awesome.

Taped that the other night. Great film been quite a few years since I've seen it. Cable has all the Star Trek films on this weekend, raining this weekend so going binge watch starting with Wrath of Kahn.
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Beam me up Scotty another great ensemble cast performance with classic one liners, a great narrative with thrills spills and the triumph of CGI.
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Its sad that they have to find a new Chekov.

I liked the first two new ones, looking forward to seeing this one.
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Jaco.

Watch it and be amazed.

Yes Jaco was very good.
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Its sad that they have to find a new Chekov.

I liked the first two new ones, looking forward to seeing this one.


Pretty sure I read that Abrams said they wouldn't recast Chekov.

 

Yep, http://nerdist.com/j-j-abrams-wont-recast-anton-yelchins-chekov-in-future-star-trek-films/

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Missed this at the cinema, so it was nice to see it show up on Netflix. Was every bit as tense and creepy as expected.
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Burton. Awesome.

watched it based on recommendations here, great movie
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Quite different from the Roadside Picnic novel, which it's (loosely) based on. The slow pace, glacial camera movements and the long takes (averaging over one minute per) all very economically help build a unique world and create a special tension.

Solaris (1972) will be next, as I've only seen the 2002 remake of that.
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