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post #5686 of 9423
Watched Rear Window again, and let me just say that Grace Kelly is one of the most beautiful women of all time. And this following clip is one of the most erotic and seductive scenes I've ever seen.
post #5687 of 9423
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The second half was a lot more interesting to me, and totally changed my impression of the film. The first half was a straight-ahead science fiction actioner that would have been completely forgettable had it continued on that trajectory. It wasn't until the second half that they introduced the really interesting ideas and concerns. The kid was a pretty amazing actor, as well.

I like the fact that the pace changed so dramatically at the midpoint - it's the opposite of what we're all used to in a big Hollywood science fiction thriller, which more often than not degenerate into extended chase scenes in their final acts.

Also, I've never thought of Emily Blunt as especially sexy, but Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
that moment when she's lying on the bed and touches the hem of her dress as she considers seducing Joe was a moment of beautifully understated sensuality, and made me look at her in a new light.

agree to all of this. completely. and the ending was so full of win.
post #5688 of 9423
I didn't like the ending. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
he could have ended it like this a lot earlier, or in the restaurant...

Besides the time travel why is that movie supposed to be so great anyways?

btw just saw pandorum, really liked it. good sci-fi, so rare...
post #5689 of 9423
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Also, I've never thought of Emily Blunt as especially sexy, but...

Emily Blunt not sexy?

post #5690 of 9423
Meh. Pretty eyes though.
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^^hot....
post #5692 of 9423
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Watched Rear Window again, and let me just say that Grace Kelly is one of the most beautiful women of all time. And this following clip is one of the most erotic and seductive scenes I've ever seen.

Her hair isn't affected by gravity.
post #5693 of 9423
When did the Oscars start nominating TV series?
post #5694 of 9423
I saw the "The Impossible" last night--what a turkey! My wife hated it more than I did. The acting was hammy and overblown--way too much screaming. It was saccharine and ultimately boring, since the whole premise of the movie, based on a true story, is that the family survived and was re-united is already known. I only went because it got rave reviews in both the L.A. Times and the Long Beach Press-Telegram, the latter often being more spot-on in its reviews than the former.
post #5695 of 9423
The Impossible was very good
post #5696 of 9423
Watched Pride & Prejudice again, lol. Love that movie.

Also rewatched Snatch. Great too.
post #5697 of 9423
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Also rewatched Snatch. Great too.


"Knuckle" is a documentary about these real life Irish "Travelers". Not much different to the movie.
post #5698 of 9423
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Watched Pride & Prejudice again, lol. Love that movie.

Also rewatched Snatch. Great too.

never saw P&P.

snatch is one of my fave movies.
post #5699 of 9423
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never saw P&P.
I like Keira Knightley a lot and she's great in P&P. Love the picture, costumes and cinematography. I also like the story, obviously. I usually can only see very good movies twice in a short timeframe; I've seen P&P three times (or were it four? wink.gif) in a week -- maybe I've just been in a special mood for it. It relaxes me.

Thanks indfl, might see it.
Edited by b1os - 1/13/13 at 4:08pm
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I like Keira Knightley a lot and she's great in P&P. Love the picture, costumes and cinematography. I also like the story, obviously. I usually can only see very good movies twice in a short timeframe; I've seen P&P three times (or were it four? wink.gif) in a week -- maybe I've just been in a special mood for it. It relaxes me.

Have you seen Anna Karenina? I watched it with Jamie the other day but she much preferred P&P.
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