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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    I like that movie a lot. It was disturbing in a good way.
     
  2. Harold falcon

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    Which version did you watch? There are a buck three eighty versions of that film.


    I enjoyed it as well. If you get the chance check out Ripley's Game starring Johnny Malkovich. It's an adaption of one of the other Ripley novels.
     
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  3. in stitches

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    whatever was on amazon prime, the one with timberlake and affleck.
     
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    Now i am watching series. It is game of thrones. I just love this series.
     
  5. Harold falcon

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    I'm 2.5 minutes into Homefront, it's already terrible.
     
  6. Harold falcon

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    Screenplay by Sylvester Stallone! Of course it is, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
     
  7. Kaplan

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    Yeah, it's not like he's ever written a screenplay for a Best Picture Oscar winner ;-)
     
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  8. death shot

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    Don't pick on Stallone...
     
  9. HORNS

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    I was so happy this was On Demand.

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  10. wojt

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    I have just watched Usual Suspects. Very good movie, well made movie but nothing uber.
     
  11. lefty

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    Love this movie.

    Please.

    lefty
     
  12. Harold falcon

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    Think about when it was made, late '90s. There really was nothing like it at the time.
     
  13. wojt

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    Well I enjoyed the movie and it was well made but I don't think it was special. It was better than Dark Knight Rises but still it's no God Father for me.
     
  14. lefty

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    Everything is better than DKR.

    It isn't meant to be compared to The Godfather. You have to judge movies based on how successful they are in achieving what they set out to do. In this case, is it a clever, taut, riveting crime-thriller that keeps you off kilter and hits you with one of the best reveals in moviedom?

    Add in a brilliant ensemble cast with each character as rich and unique as the next, and lines like this...

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    ...and you have a movie well worth the price of admission.

    lefty
     
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  15. wojt

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    I agree. I always try to do that.
    I admitted it's very good but it doesn't seem special to me.
    I am the russian judge when it comes to movies. Also there
    are some personal biases when it comes to rating a movie.
     
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    What isn't?
     
  18. seeldoger47

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    This was excellent, by far my most favorite movie of 2013.

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    Rewatched these recently. What Kieślowski accomplished is an amazing cinematic achievement. Watch the criterion version, if you can, for there are many added extra features that really enhance the experience.

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    One of the most daring films made this past year and my favorite US film of 2013.
     
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    Saw these a while back. How would you rank them out of curiosity? For me it's in order, Blue, White, Red. I think a second viewing though might put Red ahead of White. Maybe. Also look forward to watching Blue is the Warmest Colour soon but need to make sure I have the time and I'm jacked up on caffeine. Unless I'm in a theatre long movies are usually tough for me to concentrate on.
     
  20. wojt

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    sad to say I haven't seen those yet
     

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