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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. gettoasty

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    Had to hold back tears watching this. What a nice movie.

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    Was given some tickets to a prerelease screening of this last night. This is a very unique and original film that blurs the boundaries between documentary and reenactment.

    This is a highly original piece of cinema. The movie moves seamlessly between reality which is presented by the culprits breaking the forth wall and linking to specific sequences with the actors then engaged in the narrative action. One of the most interesting films I’ve seen this year. Highly recommended.
     

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    It is an excellent film. I posted about it a couple of day ago!
     

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    Random find on Amazon Prime. Very interesting.
     

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    Downloaded Anon in 1080p and rewatched it

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    Surprisingly good for what it is. Some decent character development in the show. I got a bit lost with some of the characters since they all look the same....wearing identical traditional clothing. Also some of the Korean mores were lost upon me.

    Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura

    Incredibly sweet and beautiful movie. Could have easily been 30 minutes shorter.

    Went to an arthouse cinema in rome where they showed Bill Viola the Road to St Paul. It didnt need to be made. Not a bad film technically but it's just so difficult to get an artist to explain internal esoteric languages into something people can understand and Viola didnt.
     

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    American Animals is good.

    Did make me think of 24 Hour Party People and moments like this...

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    Another cookie-cutter '80s Medellin cartel flick. Terrible shaky-cam throughout and every imaginable trope thrown in for good measure

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    I saw this when it first came out. Was with a group of friends, for some reason I remember that evening like it was last week.
     

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    I too clearly remember watching it and in which cinema in Copenhagen, when it first came out here in 1992 (even though it's from 1986).
     

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    Great movie in every aspect
     

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    I really liked this movie. Some of the premises on tech hit really close to home in a Black Mirror kind of way. Clive Owen pretty much plays himself the entire time but Amanda Seyfried stands out in this film to me. Glad you enjoyed it!
     

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    Anyone see A Star is Born? I thought it was pretty decent, worth seeing for sure for Cooper and Gaga's performances. The music was pretty decent too.
     

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