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definitely. and as said before, its a long one. make an evening of it with the lady in your life. if she likes that kind of movie.

Will do. I'm a persuasive fellow, she'll be okay with watching it.
post #6032 of 8921
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I guess it's not the 'original' theatrical cut, but the one that was originally released in the US was cut down to around 2 hours from over 4 hours. The European version was longer, although apparently there is an even longer one that was screened at Cannes in 2012. I'm pretty sure the one I am thinking of is the European cut.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Once_Upon_a_Time_in_America

because of all this i think i am going to watch it again. smile.gif
post #6033 of 8921
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Will do. I'm a persuasive fellow, she'll be okay with watching it.

icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif its a really great movie. i look forward to your review.
post #6034 of 8921

How was Little Big Man?

 

lefty

post #6035 of 8921
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Shit, my bad. I thought we were talking about Requiem for a Dream.

I was about to say, I wouldn't have guessed you were old enough to see that movie in 1984.
post #6036 of 8921
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was it released on video or anything?

No it was just at canes...idk why it never made it back to theaters...even if it did Im sure it would have been very limitted. But the Lowes theater in Boston is huge and has release parties so I would have lucked out and been able to see it most likely.
post #6037 of 8921
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How was Little Big Man?

lefty

on schedule for tonight or saturday night. i would not keep you hanging if i had seen it. smile.gif
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No it was just at canes...idk why it never made it back to theaters...even if it did Im sure it would have been very limitted. But the Lowes theater in Boston is huge and has release parties so I would have lucked out and been able to see it most likely.

lame. i wanna see it.
post #6038 of 8921
Trading Places. Class.

Once Upon a Time in America. Hugely underrated. One of Morrecone's best scores. Listen to the melodies that match De Niro's character at different times in his life. Heartbreaking. And, the build towards the end as the door opens! Wow. A great movie.
post #6039 of 8921
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Once Upon a Time in America. Hugely underrated. One of Morrecone's best scores. Listen to the melodies that match De Niro's character at different times in his life. Heartbreaking. And, the build towards the end as the door opens! Wow. A great movie.

YES! another soundtrack appreciator. so well done. morrecone was a genius.
post #6040 of 8921
Léon The Professional DC/EV

Trading Places
post #6041 of 8921
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Winter's Bone 8/10

A gritty depiction of Ozark poverty. Really grim. Wonderful performance from Jennifer Lawrence.

The Big Lebowski 5/10

Not sure what all the fuss is about. Love later Coens, the early ones, not so much. Big fan of Bridges and Goodman, so quite a disappointment.

High Fidelity 9/10

A superb adaption of the Nick Hornby novel. The whole cast is magic. Jack Black is sensational. Vinyl, great music, great screenplay, and even better performances.

Winter's Bone is indeed very good, albeit hard to watch.

Lebowski needs at least an 8.

High Fidelity is one of my favorite movies "hey, this is vintage"


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Once Upon a Time in America. Hugely underrated.

Starting to wonder if its that's still true judging by the love.
post #6042 of 8921
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Winter's Bone is indeed very good, albeit hard to watch.


i keep meaning to watch that, but then i dont. not sure why.
post #6043 of 8921
Just watched Martha Marcy May Marlene about a woman who escapes from a cult and goes to live with her sister. Surprisingly good performance from Elizabeth Olsen.
post #6044 of 8921

Promised Land.
 

post #6045 of 8921
Trading Places

Harold & Kumar Go to White Casle
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