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post #6481 of 10326
interesting. i remember seeing it when it came out. i thought it was not horrible. but tbh, the only scene i remember is the shot of the ladies tushy.
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I'd never seen an Almodóvar movie until my brother wondered if I truly was a cinephile. 'How could you be?'

That was a few years ago. Once in a while I do personal mini Almodóvar festival chez nous to remind myself of his genius.

Last weekend and upcoming:

All About my Mother
Talk to Her
Volver
Broken Embraces
The Skin I Live In

Masterpieces, all.
post #6483 of 10326
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I'd never seen an Almodóvar movie until my brother wondered if I truly was a cinephile. 'How could you be?'

That was a few years ago. Once in a while I do personal mini Almodóvar festival chez nous to remind myself of his genius.

Last weekend and upcoming:

All About my Mother
Talk to Her
Volver
Broken Embraces
The Skin I Live In

Masterpieces, all.

Almodovar uses color better than any director working today. Especially in All About My Mother.
post #6484 of 10326
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interesting. i remember seeing it when it came out. i thought it was not horrible. but tbh, the only scene i remember is the shot of the ladies tushy.

id put that in the top 10 worst movies that Ive seen.
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I enjoyed it stitch...i like PSH a lot. I saw it about 2.5 years ago.

PSH inadvertently and publicly humiliated me in 2003. True story.
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Wii doesn't do HD (afaik). I have a media center PC that still dual boots Windows in the living room and a spare laptop in the bedroom.

This does not make it easier for work though, where I am surrounded by Red Hat clones.

I have no idea what you just said.

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Waterworld Director's Cut 176 min

Director's Cut is far better than the original theatrical release, and 46 minutes longer...wow. Despite the politics of its release back in 1995, I really enjoy this film, especially at the newer-almost-3 hours-long run time. A few dumb moments in it, but all is quickly forgiven by seeing all the additional footage. Great fun.

No idea why you would want to re-watch Waterworld but that's just me.

I've had "Always Look on the Bright Side of LIfe" stuck in my head and Netflix is sending me "Life of Brian" icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #6486 of 10326
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id put that in the top 10 worst movies that Ive seen.

that bad huh.
post #6487 of 10326
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What's that got to do with it?

Nothing I was just trying to distract you because apparently I don't understand the film either.
post #6488 of 10326
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Nothing I was just trying to distract you because apparently I don't understand the film either.

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post #6489 of 10326
This is what Wiki says
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Seth is released and instructed by the FBI to return to work the next day. To deliver evidence that can be used against the firm, he copies files of investments onto a floppy disk and hides it away. Before leaving, Seth attempts to get Harry's money back by lying to J.T. Marlin the way they do with their clients. Michael Brantley (Tom Everett Scott), one of the company heads, agrees to go along with Seth's explanation, saying that in order to complete the process, Seth needs a ticket sale signed by a senior broker, something that his direct supervisor, Greg, has explicitly said that he would never do. On his way out of the building, Seth leaves Chris a note asking to meet in private, at which point he informs Chris about the raid and convinces him to sign the sale ticket. Chris then hastily gathers a few belongings from his desk and quickly leaves. Seth is then shown walking past Abbie in the reception area, ignoring her, and then leaving the building deciding what to do with his life now that his job and ties with J.T. Marlin are finished. As he leaves, several cars including prison buses are seen speeding into the parking lot from which FBI agents emerge, ready to raid the building.
post #6490 of 10326
thanks, man.

i saw that, but im still confused. why did he need a ticket sale to sell the new IPO? if its because harry was dead broke, and had no money to buy the new IPO, seth told them that harry was a whale, if they knew he was a just a dude with no money, they would not have allowed the new IPO sale. it seems to me maybe it was a failed attempt on seths part, and the only thing he was able to do, was at least get the sale slip signed so harry could offload the crap stock, unless i am missing something.

im not sure why i care, i guess im just curious, it does not really change the movie, i thought it was excellent either way.
post #6491 of 10326
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thanks, man.

i saw that, but im still confused. why did he need a ticket sale to sell the new IPO? if its because harry was dead broke, and had no money to buy the new IPO, seth told them that harry was a whale, if they knew he was a just a dude with no money, they would not have allowed the new IPO sale. it seems to me maybe it was a failed attempt on seths part, and the only thing he was able to do, was at least get the sale slip signed so harry could offload the crap stock, unless i am missing something.

im not sure why i care, i guess im just curious, it does not really change the movie, i thought it was excellent either way.

By the way, Spanish Prisoner is a really good film.
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PSH inadvertently and publicly humiliated me in 2003. True story.

Was it during the filming of along came polly? The basketball scene is one of my favorites in a comedy film.
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By the way, Spanish Prisoner is a really good film.

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post #6494 of 10326

Watched Butter, could really take it or leave it

 

watching before the devil knows your dead, Marisa Tomei.......... im not really sure what the movie is even about because they show her naked so much. what i would pay for 2 minutes with her

post #6495 of 10326
Stitchy...have you seen NIXON (1995 Election Year Edition) yet? wink.gif
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