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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. wojt

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    How was Bohemian Rhapsody, lived up to the hype?
     

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    Never saw it. I only saw previews and trailers. I've actually seen Black Panther but that was because I was on a flight from London to Houston and had 9 hours to kill on a plane.
     

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    otc Stylish Dinosaur

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    Just watched the "Tickled" documentary.

    Holy shit. Watch it, but don't find out anything about it in advance other than that it is about tickling.

    Then watch the 20 minute follow-up "The Tickle King"

    Just totally insane
     

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    edinatlanta Stylish Dinosaur

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    "Free Solo" is on Nat Geo TV right now--and commercial free
     

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    I watched How to Train Your Dragon Hidden World alone this weekend.
     

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    If you are at all into space, the Apollo 11 IMAX documentary is amazing. There's tons of footage I've never seen before, no cheesy narration, and the footage is restored to very high quality. I might go see it again before it leaves theaters.
     

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    edinatlanta Stylish Dinosaur

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    A star is born was quite the tearjerker.
     

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    MV5BMTk3OTE3ODg1Ml5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMTI4NTE4NTM@._V1_.jpg

    Fun and has its heart in the right place. Also, Rose Byrne is the thinking man's 40-year-old hottie.
     

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    I was fortunate to see this amazing film, Edge of the Knife, at our local film festival the other day. It's the first feature film made entirely in the Haida language of the Haida Gwai islands in what is now British Columbia, based on a traditional story and featuring actors who were almost all entirely untrained indigenous folks. It's not the kind of thing you're likely to see in your local multiplex, but if you do get a chance to see it, it's definitely worth it.

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    https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/haida-language-edge-of-the-knife-tiff-1.4820780
     

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    Is the CGI good?
     

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    Very funny... (but actually the very much non-CGI costumes and cinematography are amazing).
     

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    I never knew Sean Connery is from the Haida Gwai islands.
     

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    venom is not bad
     

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    I don't recall who mentioned The Insult earlier, and am too lazy to search, but thank you. Just watched and loved it.
     

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