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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. Regg

    Regg Senior member

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    ( :cloud::stirpot: ) x6 + :deadhorse:



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    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I saw it at the Angelika. Not a pain to get to, imo. Freddy is an amazing character. The awkward handjob scene was amazing.
     
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    Pick one. The second is a shot-for-shot remake of the first. It's not like we're talking about The Vanishing. Oh, add that to the list but only the original.

    lefty
     
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    sorry I meant parking a car around the theaters.... I'm becoming the idiot who drives around NYC and circles the block for free parking now. It becomes almost a game to me.


    well you could say the same thing about the Departed/infernal affair too right? I got pissed that Scorsese was applauded for directing a movie which had things that were taken verbatim scene for scene from the original.

    the scene where the officer gets thrown off the building.

    The american one had naomi watts.... so it added a sexual element where you have an very attractive actress being degraded/debased so completely. There was definitely a difference just because of her inherent attractiveness.
     
  5. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Now I know why I never see you walking around the neighborhood.

    Or do I... :paranoia:
     
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    Have you seen Primal Fear? Combines both of those genres. You will like it.
     
  7. lefty

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    I'm beginning to wonder how your dog got that "love bite."

    lefty
     
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    I watched Life of Pi, last night. Fantastic film - warm hearted, very witty and also amazing to look at, very highly recommended.
     
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    just got done watching zero dark thirty. pretty good movie imo. I heard people saying it wasn't accurate, but I don't know the details on 9/11 so it was more of a action/thriller movie to me.
     
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    i dont know about warm-hearted... dude killed the other people on the lifeboat and used them as fish-bait. it was pretty though.
     
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    Yes but Pi didn't, he killed the Cook and was justified in doing so. Pi learnt to accept and learn from his animalistic side, and that kept him alive. Also he told a very tragic story of loss as one of friendship against all odds. I found it very uplifting.

    Did you see it in 3D? Probably the best use of 3D I have seen so far, incredible scenes at night and throughout.
     
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    lova that movie.
     
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    Rewatched Drive and instantly had to buy henleys.
     
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    Don´t forget the scorpion bomber.
     
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    Can someone tell me what happens in django before they get to the saloon? My girlfriend can't fucking be on time
     
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    the good doctor frees django in a rather entertaining exchange with 2 slave traders in the woods. it did not end well for the traders.
     
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    So nothing about how he knows that django will recognize the brothers or why django is such a good shot?
     
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    he knows the brothers from them having worked on the farm where he was kept. as for his unnatural ability, its posited that he's just a 'natural'
     
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    It is a bit too iconic to the movie, otherwise I would totally buy one - that thing was hot.
     
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    do we have to show the hundreds of photos of dorks in those jackets to refute this opinion again?
     

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