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post #7516 of 9616
Holy Motors

Couldn't tell you what it's about... only that its brilliant.

Other recent watches and my brief rewiews :P

Safety not guaranteed - Really enjoyed it. Worth a watch.
Cloud Atlas - You either love or hate it, I'm torn.
Mud - Enjoyable!
The kings of summer - It was OK.
The lives of others - Brilliant.
This is the end - An easy watch.
We're the millers - Unwatchable. It's awful in every way.
The world's end - Enjoyed it.
The raid - Not as good as I had hoped.

Also guys, I beg you all to watch a French TV series called Les Revenants ('The Returned' in the UK). I hate most television, but this is just superb. Certainly worth a break from watching movies to catch the 8 episode series!
post #7517 of 9616
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Saw The Prisoners last night . If any movie can be described as "gripping" it's this one

I saw this on Saturday. Was pretty good.
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post #7519 of 9616
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Originally Posted by hennree View Post

Holy Motors

Couldn't tell you what it's about... only that its brilliant.

 

I am still not sure. It was either brilliant or terrible.

I might watch it again.

post #7520 of 9616
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Cloud Atlas - You either love or hate it, I'm torn.

So do you love it or hate it? You must choose one
post #7521 of 9616
finally watched iron man 3. did not hate it, i thought it was good to ok. started very slow, but got moving after about 35 minutes. ben kingsley was hilarious, maybe the best part of the movie.

was this supposed to be the end of a trilogy or something?
post #7522 of 9616
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I am still not sure. It was either brilliant or terrible.

I might watch it again.

I thought it was great.

 

 

post #7523 of 9616
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I thought it was great.

 

I thought Lavant was great.

In fact, I enjoyed every minute but could not get past the talking limos, which apparently is the film's essence.

I guess I missed something.

post #7524 of 9616
Haywire; enjoyable, gratuitous violence on a furloughed afternoon. I did like Gina Carano and she had an awesome cast for such a popcorn flick--Fassenberg, Douglass, Bandaras, C. Tatum (!), and Ewan MacGregor. And now that her name is being tossed around as the next Wonder Woman, I'm more intrigued.
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So do you love it or hate it? You must choose one

True :P

I enjoyed parts of it, but disliked others. Maybe I shouldn't have labelled it a love or hate film...shog[1].gif

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Keep going back to this from Holy Motors...
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post #7527 of 9616
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Haywire; enjoyable, gratuitous violence on a furloughed afternoon. I did like Gina Carano and she had an awesome cast for such a popcorn flick--Fassenberg, Douglass, Bandaras, C. Tatum (!), and Ewan MacGregor. And now that her name is being tossed around as the next Wonder Woman, I'm more intrigued.

Haywire was a good movie, but she's not a strong actor- the others did the heavy lifting, plotwise, in the movie. She's best with minimal dialog; I don't think she can carry a movie that requires more from her than kicking people's asses.
post #7528 of 9616
Gravity is really that good. Go see it, IMAX 3D if possible. It's beautiful.
post #7529 of 9616
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Originally Posted by life_interrupts View Post

Haywire; enjoyable, gratuitous violence on a furloughed afternoon. I did like Gina Carano and she had an awesome cast for such a popcorn flick--Fassenberg, Douglass, Bandaras, C. Tatum (!), and Ewan MacGregor. And now that her name is being tossed around as the next Wonder Woman, I'm more intrigued.

Haywire was a good movie, but she's not a strong actor- the others did the heavy lifting, plotwise, in the movie. She's best with minimal dialog; I don't think she can carry a movie that requires more from her than kicking people's asses.

I read that last line as "licking people's asses". Shows where my mind is.
post #7530 of 9616
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Gravity is really that good. Go see it, IMAX 3D if possible. It's beautiful.

Glad to hear this. I've really been looking forward to seeing it, and I'd hate to hear it wasn't any good.
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