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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. Cleav

    Cleav Well-Known Member

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    difficult to disagree with ^
     
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    I believe an 18 seconds of the chainsaw scene. By editing that part out of the theatrical release, CARA rated the film R rather than NC-17.
     
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    That's a pretty long list.

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    ...and that Shakespeare "comedy" crap? BORING!
     
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    @lefty quite a list indeed, ^ ^ ^ they'd be up there :nodding:
     
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    Frances Ha. I will never not like anything by Noah Baumbach.
     
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    Excellent.
     
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    finished planes, train and automobiles. the last hour was much better than the first 40 minutes or so, i guess nut shots and car fires are trans-generation. who knew! good flick.

    re-watched lock stock and two smoking barrels too. i forgot how much i loved that movie.
     
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    I liked American Psycho and Rush a lot.

    Recently i watched:
    Hobbit - Awesome, great story, great effects
    American Hustle - excellent, particularly the acting.
    Out of the Furnace - i liked it but i felt it did not deliver, it was lacking something.

    Going to see wolf of wall street tomorrow
     
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    Thought the first hobbit was good and so I decided to read the book. Watched the 2nd hobbit film which is supposed to be really good but I couldn't really tell because all I could think of is how much better the book is :(
     
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    Saw The Conspiracy last night. It's a faux-documentary (Rockumentary) about the secret society that controls everything and their yearly pagan festival. Well done. Bull sacrifice, no breasts, gratuitous pagan worship, knife-fu, 3.5 stars.

     
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    Yes.
     
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    That's why I don't read.
     
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    Too bad for you. You're missing a lot.
     
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    Watched "Celebrity" and "Manhattan" last night. I enjoyed both, specially Manhattan since I prefer a Woody allen movie with him in the lead, even if his neurotic, fast-talking character is usually quite similar. And I found that when he´s not playing that type of character himself, the actor in the lead takes care of that.
     
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    Manhattan is way better than Celebrity, imo. One of his best, signature works.

    "And I found that when he´s not playing that type of character himself, the actor in the lead takes care of that". That's a very correct observation. Kenneth Branagh did that in Celebrity, Will Farell in Melinda and Melinda and Owen Wilson in Midnight in Paris. Owen Wilson even sounded like Woody Allen.

    I strongly recommend Allen's recent film - Blue Jasmine. A great fucking movie.
     
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    Absurd. A novel is the most perfect art form.
     
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    Manhattan is very good - rigorously shot and scripted. Celebrity is essentially a good idea that is poorly executed.
     
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