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Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.
I watched it and liked it!
I read a synopsis of A Serbian Film and it was enough for me. No thanks.
Actually it isn't that disturbing.
It's very well made with a-class cinematics.
But I found that this was also one of its few downsides. The other one, being jumping around between a serious/nihilitisc drama, and a satirical/surreal movie. The scenes you are probably afraid of, are more hilarious than disturbing.
But yes, it is definitively something for a small crowd.
In other words let's say it starts out in Henry waters, then ventures into David Lynch land, and ends with Crank style.. But never reaching their levels.
Yes, me too.
TBH I found it more intense that the other film I just mentioned.
niiice choices you had there!
I only have the Criterion DVDs, not the Blu Rays, but both films are awesome classics
Can anyone recommend some films on Netflix?
Good movies I've watched recently
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
just saw North by Northwest. Hitchcock at his finest. And who doesn't love Cary Grant?
finally got to watch "warrior" last night. boy nick nolte irl can have several degrees of crazy but he's definitely awesome here.
+ 1000, the scene at the slot machine and in his bedroom afterwards.
The Tall Man
I guess it's either a love it or hate it movie. I loved it.
For me the plot (afterwards) makes perfect sense and so does the movie itself.
If you are going to watch it, be sure not to read anything about it
I just read about it. It looks interesting.
How was it? Can't possibly be better than The Men Who Stare At Goats, right?
Watched Unthinkable yesterday. Still like it. Very good acting, imo.
I enjoyed it.
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