What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. in stitches

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    pans labyrinth
    shawshank
    goodfellas
    toy story
    fight club
    role models
    anchorman
    green mile
    forrest gump
    inside man
    the losers
    pulp fiction
    kill bill 1 and 2
    cool hand luke
    one flew over the....
     
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    The Deer Hunter
    Repo Man
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Shining
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    Alien
    Blade Runner
    Blazing Saddles
    Chinatown
    Sling Blade
    The Big Lebowski
     
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    ^^ excellent additions ^^
     
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    Tokyo Story
    Seven Samurai
    The Seventh Seal
    Godfather
    Godfather II
    Raging Bull
    The Rules of the Game
    Vertigo
    Breathless
    the 400 Blows
    Jules and Jim
    Blade Runner
    Sansho the Bailiff
    Citizen Kane
     
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    took the kids to see madagascar 3 in 3D. was very enjoyable. recommended.
     
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    Watching one of my favorites, The Matador, for the umteenth time. Love that movie! The sense of humor, the odd twists, and the fantastic use of bold color...love it!
     
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    Great movie.
     
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    more drivel
     
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    Some great films here. Not a fan on Denzel or kill bill but the Paul Newman pics are excellent
     
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    lololol

    Different strokes for different folks.
     
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    Heaven forbid. Plot is so played out these days.


    You of all people would be the last to need everything wrapped up in a neat little package.


    And folks, let us never forget how much better why is than everyone in every way and how he'll let us know that.

    So I dug the Big Lebowski talk. Not sure I've ever generated a couple pages of poasts :eek:

    Watched Sonantine which was... not particularly good. Kitano doesn't act, he just has a few expressions, most of which are the same.

    Moonrise Kingdom. I liked seeing optimistic and hopeful children in a Wes Anderson film as opposed to jaded adults. Also, it was probably the only movie this year that I've smiled the entire way through (side note--sitting next to some land manatee who is digging through her bag of popcorn with more fury than a rabid raccoon discovering the GIANT FAMILY SIZE bag of Lay's at a campground is not cool. Also when she just threw it on the floor of the theater when done--awesome).

    Could Edward Norton be the most versatile actor today? From American History X and Fight Club to Moonrise Kingdom, that's kind of a diverse oeuvre.
     
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    Why is obviously one of those pretentious rotten tomato types who won't allow himself to enjoy anything that is popular. See the breaking bad thread for more smug internet critic action.
     

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