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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. Jbravo

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    I wish he lived for many more years and made other good movies (or just lived, at least).
     
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    That's right^

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    Watched this again tonight, DDL and all top class. Chillin, particularly as I grew up a long side this story.

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    i still cant figure out why, but i watched hansel and gretel witch hunters. what a total piece of trash in every possible way. its almost impressive how thoroughly terrible it was.
     
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    It was so damn stupid. Nothing redeeming about it.

    Purple Noon rules. Bob le Flambeur a also rules. The remake with Nick Nolte was actually worth watching as well.
     
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    Stitch, stop watching stupid shit.

    This should probably go into underrated, but try Miami Blues.

    Alex Baldwin and the wonderful Fred Ward as Hoke Moseley.

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    Sometimes I just cant resist. Ill add that rec to my queue.

    Which Cane movie do I watch first, Alfie or Italian Job? And was Shiner any good?
     
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    Watch Get Carter first. The original.
     
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    Saw grudge match with no expectations, turned not so bad, DeNiro and Stallone was a nice mix.

    Wolf of walstreet just had too much drugs,
     
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    But not too much boobs and bush?
     
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    Little Voice
     
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    Rewatched Amelie recently. The film referenced Jules et Jim (many times), The 400 Blows, and Shoot the Piano Player so I rewatched them too.
     
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    Just rewatched Natural Born Killers and Jackie Brown this weekend. Great flicks, the story in Jackie Brown is great, another strong woman story from Tarantino. Also he is racking up quite the repretoire for really entertaining films! LIke it or not, he will be celebrated for years to come...

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    watched the firm last night. very enjoyable. hackman plays an excellent creep.
     
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    I liked it but it wasn't great....a good 90-minute streaming option though. Lots of great little pieces of chicago and a trip to michigan that reminded me of the sorely missed cottage my grandparents used to own.

    Filmed at a great local brewery and it was fun seeing a bunch of random beer nerd things...drinking at a bar I was at on friday, drinking actual beers/wearing swag from local brewers.

    Was interesting to discover that most of the dialog was ad-libbed.
     
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    Mobius - Franco-Anglo-Russo spy/banking thriller. Rather good.
    To Have and have not- another classic Bogey film with some great one-liners. The brunette is rather fetching too.
     

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