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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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the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was intensely good

glad I finally saw it.
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Stolen Kisses might be my favorite Truffaut film.
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the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was intensely good

glad I finally saw it.

American or Swedish?

I've been meaning to watch the US version (swedish was great, although I can't remember if I watched the third movie or not)
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Thanks for going through the trouble of uploading images with no thoughts shared.

I'll tell you what I thought about the films I watch if you ask; to do otherwise is just me telling you my opinion, which you may or (more likely) may not want to hear.

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Stolen Kisses might be my favorite Truffaut film.

What makes this one stand out for you?

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the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was intensely good

glad I finally saw it.

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American or Swedish?

I've been meaning to watch the US version (swedish was great, although I can't remember if I watched the third movie or not)

The first Swedish one was great (not as good as the books of course)... but I plan to watch it again along w/ parts 2 & 3 over Christmas. I really have no desire to see the US version... in my experience most US remakes suck anyway, and how could Daniel Craig plausibly play Blomkvist? I dunno.

not much time for movies in general but I did see Pan's Labyrinth a couple weeks ago... I enjoyed it.
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Stolen Kisses might be my favorite Truffaut film.

 

Lèaud's insouciance is well done and rather appealing. I recently re-viewed it too. the sequel, Bed and Board, I found less satisfying-

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The first Swedish one was great (not as good as the books of course)... but I plan to watch it again along w/ parts 2 & 3 over Christmas. I really have no desire to see the US version... in my experience most US remakes suck anyway, and how could Daniel Craig plausibly play Blomkvist? I dunno.
 

 

I had the same reservations but both were good actually. No real reason to watch them both though (except perhaps, being on SF, that Craig was well dressed).

 

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What makes this one stand out for you?

It has a really beautiful little rhythm to it. In a way, it reminds me of a good silent comedy, although the actual comedy is very dry and subtle. And I think it does an excellent job of portraying what it feels like to be that age.

I really love that whole series. Bed and Board is a little dull but Love on the Run is really fascinating to watch for how tough on Doinel it is (also to see how gorgeous Colette from Antoine and Colette turned out to be).
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American or Swedish?

I've been meaning to watch the US version (swedish was great, although I can't remember if I watched the third movie or not)

American

I don't keep with international films. just mainstream redface.gif

Daniel Craig was good, but I have to give it up to Rooney Mara. What a badass in the film
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I had the same reservations but both were good actually. No real reason to watch them both though (except perhaps, being on SF, that Craig was well dressed

This +1
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not much time for movies in general but I did see Pan's Labyrinth a couple weeks ago... I enjoyed it.

one of my favorite movies of all time. unbelievable that movie.

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who here saw a place beyond the pines? was it great? been meaning to watch it, but lack the motivation.
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I enjoyed Place Beyond the Pines it has the most unusual structure of any movie I've ever seen . Worked for me.
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