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i think The Big Sleep is a better story (and movie) than Maltese Falcon but a fan of both, the family is really pretty depraved
 

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Haven't seen it, looks interesting outside of the fact it is about boring Canadian RUSSIAN dominated winter sport
Fixed.
I was kidding about the theatrical aspects of the movie. Its fun, but no where near Cool Hand Luke or other great Paul Newman movies. Can just turn off your brain and enjoy.
 

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Gojira, Godzilla.
 

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Best Paul Newman movie. Slap Shot. Discuss.
After seeing it constantly hyped for years, I finally got around to watching it a while back. Meh. I can see how it was a template for other sports movies, like Bull Durham, but I don't think it's held up as well as many of his other films.

The Sting is definitely better.
 

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Les Miserables, a very good bad cop/good cop French movie. Almost a little like training day in a way. But supposedly it had real world political implications, that helped improve the area due to how accurate the movie is on the current living conditions. 8/10.
Surely you're not referring to the one with Russel Crowe and his terrible singing.
 

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Les Miserables, a very good bad cop/good cop French movie. Almost a little like training day in a way. But supposedly it had real world political implications, that helped improve the area due to how accurate the movie is on the current living conditions. 8/10.
Russell Crowe or Geoffrey Rush? (There is only one right answer LOL)
 

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Of course the best version was the one we did in high school. I played Fauchelevent :D

(non-musical)
 

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It seems like we remake more garbage movies every year. Remake some Hitchcock or Kurosawa or something good.
Perhaps the best Kurosawa remake/adaptation since The Magnificent Seven is Hoodwinked. Yes, it’s a kids cartoon with terrible animation, but the concept, script and voice talent (Anne Hathaway, Glenn Close, John Cleese etc) are fantastic. It’s Little Red Riding Hood given the Rashomon treatment: told from Red‘s, the wolf’s, Grandmother’s and the woodman’s perspective. Definitely worth a viewing, especially if you have kids.
 

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Perhaps the best Kurosawa remake/adaptation since The Magnificent Seven is Hoodwinked. Yes, it’s a kids cartoon with terrible animation, but the concept, script and voice talent (Anne Hathaway, Glenn Close, John Cleese etc) are fantastic. It’s Little Red Riding Hood given the Rashomon treatment: told from Red‘s, the wolf’s, Grandmother’s and the woodman’s perspective. Definitely worth a viewing, especially if you have kids.
I've see it multiple times, and it is fantastic.
 

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