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post #9616 of 9810

Slingblade

 

There is something about this movie that I can'r resist.  BBT is awesome in this one.  He says he came up with the idea while shaving one morning.  it's in my top 10 or 15 for sure.

 

All right then......

post #9617 of 9810
Recently:

Old Joy. This was really good.




Blow Out. Really good as well.



And a couple of Wong Kar Wai movies:





I feel like I'd have to re-watch these... I don't know why but I had a hard time following them.
post #9618 of 9810
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And a couple of Wong Kar Wai movies:





I feel like I'd have to re-watch these... I don't know why but I had a hard time following them.

 

I feel the same way about In the Mood for Love. I feel compelled to re-watch it again as I feel like I didn't watch it correctly the 1st time.

 

 

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And for those of you that have watched Man Hunt or Stagecoach, is it just me or do you think that Walter Pidgeon could pass for Clive Owen and John Wayne Mel Gibson?

post #9619 of 9810
Bad Words - Awesome. Even better than I was hoping. Jason Bateman is hilarious and the combo with the little kid was perfect.

Also re-watched The Bourne Trilogy with my brother over vacation. Still love it. Matt Damon was so young.
post #9620 of 9810
Snowpiercer. Well worth the watch, particularity if you like the genre (post-apocalyptic malarkey).
post #9621 of 9810
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Bad Words - Awesome. Even better than I was hoping. Jason Bateman is hilarious and the combo with the little kid was perfect.

Also re-watched The Bourne Trilogy with my brother over vacation. Still love it. Matt Damon was so young.

I have a funny story about watching the Bourne Trilogy... I never actually saw the second one. Watched the first one on TV, then tried to get a hold of The Bourne Supremacy. I did - except it was mislabelled and ended up being The Bourne Ultimatum. I had a feeling something was off right at the beginning but I also never expected to be watching the wrong movie. Figured they just skipped a ton of stuff and crammed it in a shitty flashback. Somehow I managed to watch the entire thing without ever realizing. It wasn't until I tried watching "The Bourne Ultimatum" (aka The Bourne Supremacy), that it all came together. Got kind of pissed and didn't even bother to watch it. Still haven't smile.gif
post #9622 of 9810

http://www.impawards.com/intl/uk/2013/posters/byzantium_xlg.jpg 

 

 

Gemma Arterton is so hot

post #9623 of 9810

Just saw 22 Jump Street. Got a good laugh throughout the movie.

post #9624 of 9810
Farewell and adieu to you fair Spanish ladies...
post #9625 of 9810
You yell barracuda. Everyone goes "what? Huh?" You yell shark... We've got a panic on our hands on the Fourth of July.
post #9626 of 9810
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Some of my choices:

-Argo
-12 Years a Slave
-Moneyball 
-The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (this was excellent! when's the next one??)
-Bridesmaids

-Flight (enjoyed it)
-Zero Dark Thirty (interesting) 

-Dallas Buyers Club (Jared Leto was excellent, I believed her)
-Inside Llewyn Davis(still not sure how I feel about this flick)

 

I watched everything on this list prior and recently saw Argo, which I enjoyed.

 

Do not have a chance to view Bridesmaids or Inside Llewyn Davis. 

 

Just rewatched Godzilla today, I still thought it was as good though you really have to watch this once in the theatre.

 

Anymore recs from 2011 to 2013? Feel like I'm playing catch up. 

post #9627 of 9810

Had a 6 hour flight from NYC to SF. Thank god for entertainment systems.

 

I watched:

Her

Chef

The Wolverine

 

Her was surprisingly enjoyable in many ways. Its offbeat humor and drama kept me entertained through the movie. The colors of the film were stunning. 

 

Chef is food porn, with some comedy sprinkled throughout. Both the plot and characters were simplistic, but hey, it's a comedy.

 

The Wolverine was the weakest of the group. The plot was trying to hard and filled with unbelievable characters.

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post #9630 of 9810
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I watched everything on this list prior and recently saw Argo, which I enjoyed.

 

Do not have a chance to view Bridesmaids or Inside Llewyn Davis. 

 

Just rewatched Godzilla today, I still thought it was as good though you really have to watch this once in the theatre.

 

Anymore recs from 2011 to 2013? Feel like I'm playing catch up. 

 

 

The Swedish version trilogy of The Girl With.... is also good.

 

Cheers,


Edited by rossoz - 9/1/14 at 4:25pm
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