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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. JFST

    JFST Well-Known Member

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    Jonas Mekas Sleepless Nights Stories. I like this old man.
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    Saw it on a flight home from HK.
    It's nothing astounding. But a decent flick. It has been on for the last few weeks on cable. I didn;t feel the need to re-watch.
     
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    Yea I saw it was on cable when I was home for spring break. Didn't feel the need to watch it then.
     
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    enjoyable.
     
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    The 'Three Little Girls' performance in Topsy Turvy is still the best I've ever seen (not that I see The Mikado that often, but whatever). I've watched it probably at least monthly since I first saw the movie (decent overall with bright spots) four or five years ago.
     
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    How many hours per week do you spend in a coffee shop?
     
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    "What are you doing you fucking prick?!?" That's some road rage gone bad…. waaaaaaaaaayyyyy bad. :lol:
     
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    Did they photoshop Nighy's hands for that poster?

    lefty
     
  9. ter1413

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    Upcoming flick:


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    Thanks for the warning, the premise of sitcom made into movie makes me wanna sleep.

    EXODUS by Ridley Scott was garbage. Pointless, badly directed mess.
     
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    You're not really going to watch that crap, are you?
     
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    Not at all.
    I didn't even watch the TV show. Just posted it here for the masses.
     
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    ^ no way that will be even remotely watchable… unless, of course, Sasha Grey returns. :lol:
     
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    and Emmanuelle Chriqui gets nude.....
     
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    Not impressed with this one. Had such high hopes being such a Herzog/Kinski fan, and was kinda embarrassed I haven't seen this one before the other night. Ugh. I'll just say...this was no Fitzcarraldo.

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    What?? That ending with the monkeys on the raft did nothing for you? I love that movie.
     
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    Watched most of Inside Llewyn Davis...

    I was drinking and had some good laughs. Otherwise I'm glad I did not waste theater money or time.

    Cheers,
     
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  18. Kid Nickels

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    This applies to about 90% of all films I've ever seen! lol
     
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    I have not been to an actual movie theatre in years. The last time was maybe the Montreal Film Festival years ago.
    I can't see myself going to the movies and seeing shit flicks.
     
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    Kinski nearly killed Herzog during the shooting of that movie...

    The scene of the raft is incredible.
     
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