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post #4066 of 10288
Shadow of a Doubt. Always get a kick out of the lighting and muliple shadows in these films
post #4067 of 10288
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Really? I thought it was very appropriate. It wasn't a dramatic ending by any means; instead, it was the breaking of the cycle that made the movie great for me. The ending itself -- which was appropriately very short (longer certainly would have been pointless) -- was just the logical conclusion to that. But hey, different strokes....


My problem wasn't really with the lack of drama, it jst seemed rushed how they decided to add the compilation of newscasts from Earth about his arrival, that felt really cheap. I would've been happy if it just ended with him flying off towards Earth in the spacepod in silence

post #4068 of 10288
Ah, gotcha. I guess I didn't mind it, but I didn't need it either.
post #4069 of 10288
Just watched the change up with my parents...up there with the most awk movies you can watch with your parents...but at this point i dont care anymore and my mom thought it was hilarious.
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The Thin Red Line
post #4071 of 10288
^One of my favorites.

I tried watching The Hunger Games, just for the hell of it. I made it about 40 minutes into it, and couldn't continue. What an awful movie.
post #4072 of 10288
The Hunter

Quite possibly the shittiest, unexplainable ending to ever be in a movie.
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He spends all this time hunting a Tasmanian Tiger, the last of its kind. Finally he finds it at the very end and shoots it (like he was supposed to) but rather than bring it back to be tested, he burns it in a fire?????? if you're not going to put it to good use, don't shoot the fucking thing. You just caused an animal to become extinct and you burn it?????I don't know if it was supposed to be some sort of spiritual B.S. but it didn't make sense. Even if it can't reproduce because it's the last of it's kind, it can at least enjoy the last of it's life in peace (or maybe there's 2 of them and you just killed the last thing it can reproduce with)

fuck tard
post #4073 of 10288
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Just finished Snowtown. Not as "hard to watch" as people made it out to be. Didn't like how it ended abruptly.

I thought it was a pretty good movie. A bit too subtle and vague at times which made it hard to understand some of the nuances but overall it was a well made film. It's not a date movie for sure.

I liked the ending actually.
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Watched a 70MM print of Vertigo last night. Unfortunately, it was in SF so every city reference was met shouts of glee. They actually applauded when the Coit Tower appeared.

Not Hitchcock's best but add it to your list, Stitch.

lefty 

thanks lefty. i have seen it, and i quite liked it. smile.gif
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Really? I thought it was very appropriate. It wasn't a dramatic ending by any means; instead, it was the breaking of the cycle that made the movie great for me. The ending itself -- which was appropriately very short (longer certainly would have been pointless) -- was just the logical conclusion to that. But hey, different strokes....

i felt this way too. i liked the ending.
post #4075 of 10288
Watched 21 Jump Street friday night. I thought it was pretty funny. Went and saw Lawless on Saturday. Great movie. Tom Hardy was amazing in it.
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Shadow of a Doubt. Always get a kick out of the lighting and muliple shadows in these films

My favorite Hitchcock film.
post #4076 of 10288
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Watched 21 Jump Street friday night. I thought it was pretty funny. Went and saw Lawless on Saturday. Great movie. Tom Hardy was amazing in it.

really want to see that.
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really want to see that.

+ 1, I'm a great fan of Tom Hardy, really want to see it.

I went to see Scarface at the cinema tonight. My town has a great little film club which shows classic films each week, though I was gutted to miss Withnail and I last week.
post #4078 of 10288
i just watched he dictator. i actually enjoyed it. the conversations between the dictator and his nuclear bomb maker, nadal, were hilarious. the ending speech was lolzy too. not a terrible flick.
post #4079 of 10288
Notorious (1946)

I've been obsessed with Hitchcock, Grant, & Bergman for their respective roles. Bergman is an anomaly to me. Trying to think of a current day actress to compare here to
post #4080 of 10288
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Ah, gotcha. I guess I didn't mind it, but I didn't need it either.

I thought the ending was great myself.
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