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Damn and I thought I had it bad. If the movie is not by Wes Anderson, it's gonna take her some time to warm up to it. We watched Frozen the other week and fortunately, the songs kept her engaged enough.
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Don't know that I've ever seen Anatomy of a Murder, but NxNW is banging.

You must - Anatomy of a Murder > NxNW.

post #8568 of 8975

^^ right on for the Hitchcock comment, his films are all pretty much totally amazingly brilliant, timeless and beautifully shot.

 

Watched From Dusk til Dawn for the first time in years last night with someone who had never seen it. Man, Tarantino really had fun with this one. The film is blatently divided into two parts. There is a bit of a good vs evil theme...the bad guys become the good guys, the hot women become disgusting, the minister who doubts God... Extremely entertaining visually, but the neverending vampire battle scene goes on forever... Still, Worth a watch, and not "scary" as a vampire movie, but very gore for about half an hour at the end...

post #8569 of 8975
Escape Plan wasn't as bad as I expected.
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Escape Plan wasn't as bad as I expected.

Those two should just keep making movies together from here on out. Arnold and Stallone could play dental technicians and you'd still be guaranteed some entertainment value (0)
post #8571 of 8975
wonder if Stallone will ever go back to his roots and do ghey pr0n again.
post #8572 of 8975
^ you and me bro. There is gay porn and then there is old man Stallone gay porn
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isnt WAYWRN pretty much old man gay pr0n? maybe we can get sly to post up.
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Edited by Kaplan - 2/20/14 at 2:11pm
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Bone-chilling Cold War thriller from '64. Great cast. Awesome, long scene without any cuts, the first time Peter Fonda as the US president is on the phone with the Soviet premiere, with a young Larry Hagman as his interpreter.

Next up, the Stephen Frears made for TV re-make from 2000, with Clooney, Dreyfuss, Dennehy & Keitel.
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Ok, but largely redundant as it's also B&W and has a nearly identical script to the '64 movie adaptation, which is stronger in every way.
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post #8578 of 8975
Scarface really doesn't hold up. The "bad-ass" assassin with the sunglasses who walks really slow just makes me laugh.
post #8579 of 8975
Book of Eli on TNT right now. Classic movie.
post #8580 of 8975
The Fall (2006). Beautiful movie that seems to have flown under the radar.
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