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Watched The Edge last night. Really liked Hopkins in this one.
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Watched Mulholland Drive for the first time in a while. Still think it's Lynch's best ever.
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Blood Diamond
Out of Sight
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Living in China, I feed on a steady diet of bootleg DVDs and HBO fare. Here are my reviews in 5 words or less.

Hanna: Liked it, a tad arty.
Black Book: Loved it.
Year One: Funnier than expected.
Cedar Rapids: Not terrible, not great.
I Am Number Four: Turned it off after 3 minutes. (6th word for free!)
Chinatown: Still the best I've seen
Paul: M'eh.
The End: Liked the accents, nothing else.
post #740 of 14992
Midnight in Paris.
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Watched Mulholland Drive for the first time in a while. Still think it's Lynch's best ever.

I'd say Lost Highway is his best, although I know most would disagree.
post #742 of 14992
^yeah man, that is outrageous.
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I've seen this plenty of times, but I finally cracked open the 30th Anniversary Edition DVD two nights ago after owning it for six years. It's been followed by bigger and more elaborate summer blockbusters, but Jaws remains one of the most well-done of the lot. The characters are vivid, the cinematography is excellent, and the suspense remains intact after decades and countless viewings. The attacks are done so wonderfully that I *still* get a bit on edge as each one builds.
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I'd say Lost Highway is his best, although I know most would disagree.

It's Blue Velvet or Mulholland Drive. Anything other opinion is just trying to be different.
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It's Blue Velvet or Mulholland Drive. Anything other opinion is just trying to be different.

I like Mulholland Drive best, but I don't think I'd consider someone choosing Eraserhead to be beyond the pale.

Inland Empire is pretty great, too.
post #746 of 14992
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^yeah man, that is outrageous.
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It's Blue Velvet or Mulholland Drive. Anything other opinion is just trying to be different.
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I like Mulholland Drive best, but I don't think I'd consider someone choosing Eraserhead to be beyond the pale. Inland Empire is pretty great, too.
Like I said, most would disagree. That's the nice thing about Lynch, people respond to his films with a greater array than most directors. Its not like saying Tarantino's best film is Jackie Brown, or Coppola's is Dracula, now that would be an outrage. With Lynch there is more width.
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I watch recently hangover part 2 .......

I'm sure it was the best movie you've ever seen.
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The Man from Earth: I enjoyed it. Kind of a well thought out Twilight Zone feel to it.
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams fucking rules. This is why Werner Herzog is Werner Herzog.

See it in 3D if at all possible. Amazing.
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The Man from Earth: I enjoyed it. Kind of a well thought out Twilight Zone feel to it.

Sounds interesting. Did you download it?
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