What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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  1. Biggskip

    Biggskip Senior member

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    Actually, that's the one thing that really gives me pause about the movie.
     


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    Javyn, you'll enjoy it. Promise.
     


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    Please post any other horror movies you've been watching that are worth a view.
     


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    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    watched the great gatsby with redford and farrow. wasnt bad, but the whole story made me nauseous. ima hold off on a rant, but long story short, i wasnt all too pleased.

    yes, i know its based on a book.
     


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    It's a real shitty movie, I think. Couldn't sit through it.
     


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    Really funny, it's just a stupid movie :D
     


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    perfect, i will love it. :p
     


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    Biggskip Senior member

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    Grantland's Bill Barnwell had an interesting Tweet last night. If you were to remake Die Hard, who would you cast in the roles of John McClane and Hans Gruber?
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    The early returns had Tom Hardy and Christopher Waltz competing for the Gruber role.
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    I think the Gruber role is easy to cast and that the McClane role is much harder to fill. I think Ben Foster could do a respectable job.
     


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    Good call on Tom Hardy, I would say Viggo Mortensen as Gruber
     


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    You forgot something, my friend.
     


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    havent read, ill take your word. tbh, the thing i liked best about the movie was the narration. i assume a lot of it was quotes form the book.
     


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    Not sure. I was never really interested in seeing the movie.
     


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    you are not missing a whole lot. i read that it very closely follows the story, cant imagine it adds anything.

    do you plan on seeing the upcoming one with leo?
     


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    The 70s Gatsby movie wasn't awful. Not great at all but Redford and Farrow have a lot of movie star charm. They didn't really nail the tone of the book but at least they didn't turn it into a 90s music video the way Baz Luhrmann appears to have done.
     


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    I would be so much happier with the internet if somebody photoshopped the stunner fingers into this.
     


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