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Picture Perfect. Wow. what an amazing movie. def watch. Best ever. amazing. woohoo

That time of the month?
post #9437 of 9751
Yes all 365 of th3m. Watched Joe. 'Twas fantastic. You got to get on that one HarveyB
post #9438 of 9751
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Re-watched Before Sunrise and Before Sunset. Sunset is damn good. EASILY the better of the two IMO.

Lemme guess -- Boyhood ain't playing anywhere near you, either?

For what it's worth, I think "Before Sunset" was the best possible sequel to "Before Sunrise," just like last year's "Before Midnight" was as good as it possibly could have been with the premise. Each time I was expecting to be disappointed and was blown away. Linklater rarely disappoints. And I'm not usually a fan of romance movies.

It's hard to say anything else about them without spoilers.
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Also watched some low-budget movie that became an online hit called "The Man From Earth". It was much better than I expected. Apparently they're trying to make a mini TV series out of it now. Just need some money from a Kickstarter campaign.

Is that the one about the guy who claims to be an immortal caveman who also Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
was Jesus?

It was an interesting premise, but boy was that over the top.
post #9439 of 9751
Promised land was entertaining considering the subject matter: fracking. Solid performances and nice twist towards the end
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Promised land was entertaining considering the subject matter: fracking. Solid performances and nice twist towards the end

I couldn't stand it. It was such high-horse bullshit the whole way through. Yeah, I didn't see the twist coming, but the message of the movie is garbage.
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Promised land was entertaining considering the subject matter: fracking. Solid performances and nice twist towards the end

i really liked that movie a lot. like, a lot a lot.

tbh tho, i have pretty srs man crushes on damon and krasinski.
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Bad Words.

 

Impeccably crafted and fucking hilarious.

post #9443 of 9751
been meaning to watch that since i saw the previews months ago. you have put me over the edge.
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The Weatherman is so damn depressing

I liked the dialogue between Michael Caine and Nicholas Cage
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I watched the full 10 episodes of band of brothers in the past 36 hours or so. Holy cow that miniseries is freaking amazing.

I think I will watch the Pacific next.
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Sooooooo there was a kids DVD laying around and since I was desperate to watch something I gave it a shot: Where the Wild Things Are. Now I know this is a great kids book, I even know a chick who has amazing tattoos inspired by the famous illustrations in the book. But... the movie was... kinda bad. I mean, for a kids movie, it really didn't keep my attention at all. The colour schèmes are very somber, a lot of greys and blues... the music was actually depressing (total opposite of music from films like Shrek or Lego): so obviously marketed towards the generation that grew up with that book: hipsters. In other words, the music was awful. The DVD froze at some point that I HOPE was near the end of the film, so I never saw the end. I know it is supposed to be this beautiful story about childhood and whatnot, but I felt like the entire message was the same thing as Neverending Story, only told a lot less effectively.

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I watched the full 10 episodes of band of brothers in the past 36 hours or so. Holy cow that miniseries is freaking amazing.

I think I will watch the Pacific next.
I think BoB is on my personal top 5 as far as tv series go.

I assume this was not your first time with BoB, but have you also seen The Pacific before?
post #9448 of 9751
This was the first time I had ever watched BoB. Will also be my first with the Pacific.
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I own both of these, but I'm kinda envious of being able to watch BoB for the first time. As for The Pacific I'll hold off comments until after you've seen it :-)
post #9450 of 9751
It was truly amazing. I do love war movies in general, but BoB was something special.

I did watch the first half hour of the first episode of The Pacific, and it did not grab me the same way BoB did.
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