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My wife says that if I watch any more Kevin Bacon movies I might just turn into Kevin Bacon (shows us that his fingers are crossed in hopeful anticipation).

That commercial was great.
post #212 of 9309
I just watched Brick last night. It's a neo-noir set in high school... and it's brilliant. Absolutely love it, and this is from a guy who hates nearly every movie I see.
post #213 of 9309
Welcome to 2005 dude.
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I just watched Brick last night. It's a neo-noir set in high school... and it's brilliant. Absolutely love it, and this is from a guy who hates nearly every movie I see.
Glad somebody liked it. My wife and I hated this movie so much that the hate spilled over into our real lives and we got into a fight about it.
post #215 of 9309
Past few days: The Ghost Writer Do The Right Thing My Son My Son What Have Ye Done? The Green Hornet Winter's Bone Almost Famous Three Kings Hot Fuzz
post #216 of 9309
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Welcome to 2005 dude.
I don't generally watch a lot of movies, as I tend to hate them haha. I feel up to date if I watch it within a decade of its release.
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Glad somebody liked it. My wife and I hated this movie so much that the hate spilled over into our real lives and we got into a fight about it.
What didn't you like about it?
post #217 of 9309
Mean Girls 2 was a disappointment....

I don't care what any of you think.
post #218 of 9309
I began watching wall street: $ never sleeps. I'm kind of interested in finance and it is kind of interesting.
post #219 of 9309
Holy shit. Not as good as it should have been, but still fucking awesome. Opening scene is amazing.
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I just watched Brick last night. It's a neo-noir set in high school... and it's brilliant. Absolutely love it, and this is from a guy who hates nearly every movie I see.
Great movie.
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post #220 of 9309
finally watched inception. meh.
post #221 of 9309
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I'm glad someone else but me watches this. Young Diane Lane = win. Do yourself a favor and skip the "sequel". It's bullshit.
post #222 of 9309
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finally watched inception. meh.

Was it a dream?
post #223 of 9309
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finally watched inception. meh.

I kinda liked Inception, but felt it was nothing spectacular. It had good acting, the writing was passable, and the plot was different, but fun. Nothing wrong with it.... it just certainly never lived up to the hype. I view it in a similar way as I view Avatar (though I liked Inception more).
post #224 of 9309
Last couple of weeks:

- Resident Evil 4 (whatever it's called) - awful (and I liked 1 and 3).
- Lake Tahoe - wonderful, slow, engrossing and touching.
- Undertow - beautiful scenery but not as good as the reviews suggest (or maybe you just need tolerance for ghost stories).

Just received my DVD of Hernandez' Raging Sun, Raging Sky but am waiting for the right mood for more than 3 hours of zero dialogue, no coherent narrative, visually arresting, sex-laden, mythical/spiritual art house... Having said that, if it has anything as mind-bendingly beautiful as the staircase scene in its predecessor Broken Sky, it will be more than worth it.
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Do The Right Thing
Almost Famous
Three Kings

Eff'ing love these movies. David O. Russel has made two of my favorite movies over the past 15 years, Three Kings and I Heart Huckabees.

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What didn't you like about it?

Eh, nothing in particular really drove me to hate. The whole thing just seemed so non-sensical once you put it into a high school style genre. I kept waiting for JGL to morph into some sort of latter day Humphrey Bogart.

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finally watched inception. meh.

Sorry you didn't like it. What I really like is that it is totally original. Beyond that, it is executed very well. Watching an architect construct a dreamscape was really neat, especially on the big screen. If you haven't seen this, you should:

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