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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. DerekS

    DerekS Senior member

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    isnt that the guy from that ashton kutcher reality show in the early 2000s?
     
  2. in stitches

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    no idea, but he is awesome.
     
  3. in stitches

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    first part is so true.

    did not know the second part. interesting.
     
  4. Imhoff

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    Yes, same guy.
     
  5. DerekS

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    classy gent. I hear he's a brilliant thespian. :lol:
     
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    Just rewatched 12 Angry Men.
     
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    Very good flick!
     
  8. DerekS

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    i REALLY want to watch the master..looks great. I finally caught up on season 5 of breaking bad so maybe we'll watch it tonight.

    Amour looks fucking horribly depressing. I just dont have any desire to watch that.
     
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    The Master is depressingly stupid.
     
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    anyone have any good netflix recommendations?
     
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    There's a thread for that...but I've had a string of good Netflix (streaming) movies recently, I'd recommend all of these:

    Tell No One
    Butter
    Safety Not Guaranteed
     
  12. ter1413

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    Heat
     
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  13. DerekS

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    butter was surprisingly good. My wife wanted to see it and i thought it would be shit. i enjoyed it quite a bit.
     
  14. munchausen

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    Depends on what you like.

    Things I've watched recently that were good

    Prime Suspect. British tv police procedural starring Helen Mirren. The first couple of seasons seem to be the strongest

    Going Postal. Also British TV, but just a two part miniseries about 3 hours long. Steampunk fantasy/ black comedy that reminded me a lot of Terry Gilliam.

    Bernie. Enjoyable true crime story set in East Texas. Jack Black is great as the title character.

    Secret of Kells. Beautiful animated film about the creation of the Book of Kells. My daughter and I both loved this one.

    Louis CK-Live at the Beacon Theater

    Jim Jeffries - Fully Functional

    Me and You and Everyone We Know. Really well done indie drama. Might be a little twee at times but I loved it.

    Plus, there's always the entire series of Arrested Development, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, Shameless (UK), Buffy the Vampire Slayer, King of the Hill, Home Movies, Archer, Cheers, Frasier, The Office (both US and UK), Louie, Portlandia, Beavis and Butthead, Ren and Stimpy, South Park, Bob's Burgers, Sons of Anarchy, Peep Show, and on and on and on
     
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  15. ter1413

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    If you like classics:

    -The Hustler
    -Double Indemnity
    -The Sting

    3 all time greats!
     
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    bronson

    trading places

    the hunt for red october

    21 grams

    the game

    in the loop

    the great train robbery

    the messenger

    butch cassidy and the sundance kid

    tommy boy

    a bronx tale

    a fish called wanda

    the artist

    the untouchables

    good will hunting

    crash

    the kings speech

    traffic

    the pianist

    the constant gardner

    capote
     
  17. munchausen

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    Actually, just looking through the lineup there really is a huge number of good movies and tv shows on Netflix at the moment.

    Movies:

    Trainspotting
    Jackie Brown
    Heathers
    The Evil Dead
    The Long Goodbye
    Duck Soup
    Slacker
    Battley Royale
    Team America: World Police
    Reservoir Dogs
    Midnight Cowboy
    Exit Through the Gift Shop
    Adaptation
    Being John Malkovich
    True Grit
    Dead Man
    The Conversation
    13 Assassins
    Oldboy
    Serenity
    Manhattan
    Barton Fink
    Bottle Rocket
    Glengarry Glen Ross
    Mullholland Drive
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Raising Arizona
    Serpico
    Terminator 2
    Once Upon a Time in the West
    Day of the Jackal
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
    Rosemary's Baby
    8 1/2
    His Girl Friday
    Ran
    Kagemusha
    The Thin Blue Line
    Witness for the Prosecution
    Punch Drunk Love
    Clueless
    Slap Shot
    Happy Gilmore
    Miller's Crossing
    Gosford Park
    Brick
    Blue Valentine
    Platoon
    Downfall
    Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
    The Bicycle Thief
    The Last Emperor
    Manhunter
    Audition
    An American Werewolf in London
    Funny Games
    Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
    As Good as it Gets
    In the Mood For Love
    Y Tu Mama Tambien
    Fallen Angels
    Existenz
    Highlander
    Shaolin Soccer
    Memento
    Charade
    Thief
    The Red Riding Trilogy
    Drive
    The Naked Gun
    Bad Lieutenant
    Topsy Turvy
    The Long Good Friday
    Happy Go Lucky
    The Brother from Another Planet

    TV shows:

    Firefly
    Freaks and Geeks
    Breaking Bad
    Mad Men
    Saxondale
    Reno 911
    Chappelle's Show
    Black Books
    The IT Crowd
    Twin Peaks
    Battlestar Galactica
    Trailer Park Boys
    Upstairs, Downstairs
    Fawlty Towers
    Dr Who
    Sherlock
    Kids in the Hall
    Reno 911
    The Wonder Years
     
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    A favourite movie of mine.
     
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    Premium Rush. Quite good.
     
  20. in stitches

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    ^^ Before the Devil Knows You're Dead ^^ i keep meaning to watch it, but then i dont. anyone here see it? worth watching?



    :fistbump:


    fun flick indeed.
     

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