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Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.
Saw Moonrise Kingdom last Friday. Best film I've seen this year.
I love all three of the Evil Dead movies, each for different reasons. I don't mind the lack of CGI; I always try to watch and judge effects based on what was happening contemporarily.
I enjoy watching Lost Boys now and again, usually around Halloween every couple of years. It's pretty dated in many respects, but it has its moments. Grandpa is fantastic, and the entire movie is worth watching just for the very last line.
Finally got around to seeing Breach last night and loved it.
Slick, tight, adult thriller. Bloody and violent. Moves like the wind. Some plot issues, but easily forgiven.
Go see it.
I can't wait to see it. I'm in Georgia and they don't have it at any of the theaters near me, so I'll have to wait until I'm back in Texas.
Just saw That's My Boy and it was just plain awful. It had a few moments and Vanilla Ice was actually a little funny, but it was just so poorly done. Wassup jokes... seriously?
that looks awesome. i have never heard of it. its not playing in any theaters that i know of. will have to wait for netflix.
Go see Grand Illusion!
I think it ends today.
I was going to see it a few weeks back with a friends. I blew him off because the weather was too nice on a Saturday to sit in the movies.
Also stars "Jamie Lannister" for you GoT geeks. I posted a scene in my dog thread but be warned - you'll never look at a toilet paper roll the same way again.
wow. looks intense. cant wait.
I watched "Enter the Void" over the weekend, and was very pleasantly surprised. I was expecting a boring couple of hours of intense visuals, what I got was an fairly humdrum plot told in a very interesting way, and that addressed the Big Questions (Ridley Scott take note). Maybe they hit us over the head with the Tibetan Book of the Dead a few times too many, and it could have done with a tighter edit, but those are my only complaints.
Also, "In the Loop" was hysterical. Reminiscent of "Wag the Dog", but with a lighter tone.
A friend has been recommending Enter the Void. I have only seen Irreversible by the director.
i loved both of those movies.
+1 for "In the Loop". Absolutely hilarious.
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