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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. seeldoger47

    seeldoger47 Senior member

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    For me its Blue, Red, White.

    Kechiche movies are an investment because he always makes Shakespeareanesque marathons. The only saving grace is that he has the ability to sustain a thought through a 3 hour plus movie.
     
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    seen it the second time, turned out I didn't remember as well as I thought
    it was great, liked it a lot like most movies from Polanski. Also Faye was really sexy [​IMG]
     
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    Watched Cloud Atlas last night. :puzzled:

    I need to rewatch it sober.
     
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    Tetsuo: the Iron Man

    So ridiculous, in a good way. Loved the soundtrack. Borrowed heavily from Eraserhead IMO.
     
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    You do, I love that movie. It's not perfect but it's so ambitious and doesn't treat the audience like children.
     
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    The Monuments Men

    Originally heard the story behind the film about twenty years a good film highly recommended.
     
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    twas uber awesome.
     
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    Finally saw Rush this past weekend. Needed more racing scenes, but was pretty good.
     
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    The Tenant by Polanski
    good movie, still trying to make sense of it though [​IMG]
     
  10. rnoldh

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    Anyone seen this?

    [​IMG]

    Good movie
     
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    had never heard of it, but after a quick read up, i think i shall watch that. thanks!
     
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    I'm watching it now.

    A small budget film that is kind of sick and scary, but worth watching.
     
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    Already added to watchlist. :)
     
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    watched rush last night. i thought it was outstanding. a really well told story about competitors and the racing made for a fascinating backdrop.
     
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    What movies do you guys use to show off your entertainment systems? I've always used the opening scene of Quantum of Solace and the end scene of Rambo (2008) but looking for something new.
     
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    The end of 2001 and the opening of Saving Private Ryan were favourites. But the first shrapnel attack in Gravity now dominates.
     
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    I rewatched it last night and really enjoyed it. Well done in so many ways, especially in that it did not spoon-feed you anything.
     
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    harv's list of clips to fuck by.
     
  19. Harold falcon

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    I got blown in a theater at a showing of Waterworld back in the day because we were the only people there.
     
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  20. rnoldh

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    Anybody here seen August, Osage County?

    Seems like a play made into a movie to me.

    Sometimes those are good and sometimes not,

    What do the great SF critics say before I spend 2 hours on it tonight.
     

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