What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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  1. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I never really watch clay-mation, or CGI cartoon movies but my girlfriend made me watch a movie called Mary and Max. It was really good, and very dark. I recommend it.
     


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    How do you watch movies then?

    The wife and I watched Hugo last night. It was great.
     


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    What'd everyone think of the Game of Thrones premiere? Felt HBO spent too much time catching people up but looks like it will be another solid season
     


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    Mary and Max was REALLY good, but my fiance has Aspergers so maybe I'm biased.

    Anyway, Rise of the Planet of the Apes....HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, especially if you are a fan of the original! I was really iffy on it at first, still having a bad taste in my mouth from that Burton stinkbomb, but this one was excellent!

    I even noticed the homages to the original, like at the end when the cops are beating the apes with batons from horseback trying to get them to run into the line of fire on the bridge, choreographed exactly like the scene at the beginning of the original when the apes were hunting humans.

    I appreciate little shit like that.

    Actually, much of the movie mirrored the original, but with apes in the cages rather than Heston. Will watch again, loved it.
     
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    I think most people have aspergers and aren't diagnosed. I think you probably have it too.
     


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    Believe it nor not, in 'real life', I'm not quite like I am here on SF. Way too introverted and quiet to have Aspergers. Also I'm not smart enough, heh.
     


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    A week with Marilyn or whatever it was called.
    Nothing here.
     


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    Saw the first half of The Hunter with Willem Dafoe today. It's fucking gorgeous. There were several really nice touches that I appreciated. We'll see if the second half delivers.
     


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    Sounds great.
     


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    The Woman in The Fifth.
    2011 Brit/France/Polish co-production. A disgraced prof played by Ethan Hawke, fleeing US for Paris to look for his daughter and meeting some dodgy characters, including Kristen Scott Thomas for far too briefly. Not bad at all. ENglish and French without subs (on download)
     


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    "My own Private Idaho". Impossible to catch on tv so I ended up buying some time ago. Watched it today and really enjoyed it. River and Keanu give both great performances and it´s so beautifuly shot.
     


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