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post #376 of 408
So...Game of Thrones ends, there is a Game of Thrones -sized hole, out of which life pours. Misery. Pain. Will Orange Is The New Black Season 2 solve this, or am I just kidding myself...?

Also, B!cd, if you're seeing this, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
you should check out the first two seasons of The Killing, if you haven't. You have quoted RC so much now, it's just time.
post #377 of 408
Just saw The Grand Budapest Hotel, finally

What a marvelously extraordinarly fantastic movie

I'm literallt sitting here just smiling
post #378 of 408
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Today's shocker: Boba Fett was a nerd.
post #379 of 408

First Michael Bay with TMNT and now YOU. Why do you wish to ruin my childhood?

post #380 of 408
Apologies, Lionheart! Your memories are intact -- It was actually just a stuntman. biggrin.gif
post #381 of 408

Thanks for clarifying. I won`t have nightmares today.

post #382 of 408

Persepolis (2007) is such a great film. It gives a very interesting perspective on the roles of women not only in 1980s Iran, but everywhere IMO

post #383 of 408
Watched Edge of Tomorrow recently, and it was very enjoyable for a summer blockbuster. Good editing to convey the sense of time, and all in all I was quite happy with it.

Joe was good. Very David Gordon Green, Ty Sheridan is a great child actor and Nic Cage was enjoyable as well. A few moments where I got kinda bored, but that seems to be the case for all DGG movies for me.

Have been watching a lot of older, cult movies at my local theater while they do their "retro theater". Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Big Trouble in Little China, The Goonies, makes me wish more older films would be shown on the big screen. As much as people hate the theater I often find myself really enjoying the whole experience (except for babies... I hate babies).

Maybe going to watch Chef this week. Dunno. Doesn't seem like there's much out right now.
post #384 of 408
Myself being a WWII buff, I am very much looking forward to Fury. I don't even care if its not that well acted or if it's a 'Murica! movie (which I enjoy anyways)

I hear they used a real Tiger and Panther....that alone I'd pay to see



Saw Hostage recently. Went in not expecting much but since I usually enjoy Ben Foster's work I gave a try. Was pleasantly surprised by it
post #385 of 408
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Watched Edge of Tomorrow recently, and it was very enjoyable for a summer blockbuster. Good editing to convey the sense of time, and all in all I was quite happy with it.

Joe was good. Very David Gordon Green, Ty Sheridan is a great child actor and Nic Cage was enjoyable as well. A few moments where I got kinda bored, but that seems to be the case for all DGG movies for me.


Edge of Tomorrow was a nice surprise. Good use of ellipses, felt refreshing to watch a blockbuster that doesn't take its audience for complete morons. Botched third act though and I kinda wish the film had gone a bit deeper, beyond the ludic aspects of its videogame-like pitch.

Still haven't watched Joe, maybe tonight or maybe Noah instead
post #386 of 408
Yea, the third act was... unfortunate. Kind of expected though, summer blockbuster and all. It couldn't have been all perfect :')

Let me know what you think of Noah.


I am always a fan of Brad Pitt so I'm pretty excited for Fury, too.
post #387 of 408
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I am always a fan of Brad Pitt



Pitt's best work was in 1989's Cutting Class, IMO. They just don't make 'em like that anymore.
post #388 of 408
You guys should watch the latest Godard, I mean it's in fucking 3D and he films his dog with a gopro.
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(I can highly recommend checking out this guys other videos too)

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Pitt's best work was in 1989's Cutting Class, IMO. They just don't make 'em like that anymore.

I liked his performance a lot when he had a role in Redford's the river runs through it. He was brilliant.

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