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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. Anthony K

    Anthony K Distinguished Member

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    Every time I hear his name I think back to those shorts that BMW made about 9-10 years ago featuring "The Driver" played by Clive Owen. I'll have to look those up to see if they are on YouTube.

    I completely forgot about those. Now I'm going to head to YouTube to look them up.
     


  2. Sesame Seed

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    I had to close my eyes and scroll down because I'm going to go see it this weekend.
    Sorry. [​IMG]

    I've been on a Krueger kick lately and am working my way through the series, again.
     


  3. Anthony K

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    Sorry. [​IMG]

    I've been on a Krueger kick lately and am working my way through the series, again.


    lol It's just fine. You did star spoiler at the beginning so I was warned before I ventured further.

    I love the entire series. Krueger used to scare me shitless as a kid, so I hold a special place for him in my heart. I used to be terrified of him but now find him humorous. Though, I'm not going to lie, 10 years ago (2 days ago to be exact), when I was living in Washington state, I was 18 and woke up early and decided to watch the original Nightmare. I was sitting their early in the morning enjoying the movie when an earthquake hit. I sat in my chair, completely frozen. As soon as the shaking stopped, I said to myself outloud, "oh, my God, Freddy Krueger is coming to get me!" [​IMG] Right after saying that, I realized it was just an earthquake. Then went back to enjoying the rest of the movie. Freddy Krueger seriously mentally scarred me as a child.
     


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    The Other Guys, last night. Not bad. And Wahlberg wasn't too bad doing the funny.
     


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    V for Vendetta.
     


  6. Neo_Version 7

    Neo_Version 7 Stylish Dinosaur

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    The Other Guys, last night. Not bad. And Wahlberg wasn't too bad doing the funny.


    Other Guys was pretty underrated.

    Been watching a lot of the Oscar stuff the past few days.

    The Kings Speech - Very good, I enjoyed it.
    Black Swan - Took me awhile ot warm up to it, but i ended up liking it.
    Social Network (saw it in theatres) - Brilliant. Probably my fav movie this year
    Exit Through The Gift Shop - Meh, it was ok. Interesting enough story.
     


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    I started watching How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days right in the middle. Then I went to go eat and I came back and unknowingly it had ended and then started again. So I watched the first half thinking I was actually still watching the end. It was very Tarantino, except it sucked.
     


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    Taking Symbolism in Film this semester, hence the titles are as follows:

    Michelangelo Antonioni's Red Desert
    Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story (daym, cried like a baby)
    Dziga Vertov's The Man with the Movie Camera (not gonna watch for the second time)
    Ingmar Bergman's The Passion of Anna
    Federico Fellini's 8 1/2
    Hitchcock's Spellbound (kinda liked it, and Ingrid is cute)

    For my own curiosity I wanted to watch Get Carter, the original one, but the school library does not allow borrowing for R21 material outside of class use. Bitches.

    My future list o' movies are:
    2 Days in Paris
    Way of the Dragon
    The Talented Mr. Ripley
    Borsalino (watched Le Samourai, instant fan of Delon)
    Thelma & Louise
    Dirty Harry
    Public Enemy no. 1

    Oh, and watched Black Swan yesterday. Meh.
     


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    Just watched Tron: Legacy. Here's what I liked: Olivia Wilde, the special effects, and Daft Punk. That is all. Oh, and I'm naming my kid Quorra.
     


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    Would smash!! [​IMG]

    I've been on a western kick tonight. Watched The Last of The Dogmen earlier and I now have Wyatt Earp going.
     


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    Lord of War - Nic Cage

    On for background noise.
     


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    Just watched "Mugabe and the White African." Great documentary shot with hidden cameras. I highly recommend it, and as an added bonus it is on Netflix instant que.
     


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    I went and saw The Adjustment Bureau today, I enjoyed it. Watched The Insider, earlier. One of the best films made. Crowe and Pacino were fantastic together.
     


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    On the flight back watched Voyage of the Dawn Treader (I liked the books, STFU) and The Deathly Hollows pt. 1 (I loved those books, now I need to STFU).
     


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