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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. NAMOR

    NAMOR Senior member

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    Twas visually appealing to me very much. Dem high high pants!
     
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    really? hated? like, not just didnt love, but actually hated?
     
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    Inside Llewyn Davis was good. Well made film all around
     
  4. lefty

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    Hated some, disliked others, indifferent to the rest.

    So it goes.

    lefty
     
  5. in stitches

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    thats a bummer. i liked a lot of movies this year.
     
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    I'm somewhere in bum fuck conn and 3/4 done with filth. Hilarious...touch of seriousness but not really



    Enter the void... Not sure what I just watched
     
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  7. Harold falcon

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    Enter the Void was pretty amazing. Rewatch it.

    Just watched 3 movies in a row with terrible firearms handling. Rule 1. Act as if the firearm is always loaded. Rule 2. Do not point the weapon at something you do not intend to kill. Period. Full stop. Here endeth the lesson.
     
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    So now I gotta ask- what three movies?
     
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    Just how good is The Deehunter?
     
  10. NAMOR

    NAMOR Senior member

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    Excellent film
     
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    It's amazing. Really two films In one.


    After enter the void I watched kill your darlings which was great. And started to rewatch into the furnace.

    I guess I just felt uncomfortable watching enter the void on the bus with a Spanish lady reading the bible next to me.
     
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    A much misunderstood and maligned film. I really like it. There are many scenes in the film which are unforgettable.
     
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    Watched two movies that I revisit often as they are among my favourites.

    Lost in Translation
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

    If you've not seen them, pay attention.
     
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    Conned in to seeing 12 Years a Slave.

    A fairly good film with nice cinematography. Nothing more.

    The hype (and subsequent Oscar genuflection) was sickening, none more than the 'performance' by Lupita Nyong'o, which, from what I observed, was nothing more than one, count them, one wailing in agony scene. Give that girl an Academy Award. Pathetic!

    Don't get me started on the Oscars...
     
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    It's a style of filmmaking you don't see any longer.

    Went to Blue Ruin tonight. Exceptional thriller that creeps up on you with lean and tight direction. Haven't seen a movie like this in a while.

    [​IMG]

    lefty
     
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    its long, slow, sad, kind of disturbing and really good.
     
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    The shit movie GI Joe 2, the mostly crap movie Safe, the Jason Statham one, and the surprisingly good movie The Objective, a small independent film.
     
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    Went to the cinema last night and watched The Grand Budapest Hotel.

    It's my favourite Wes Anderson film to date.

    Beautifully shot, very well acted, full of humour and tragedy. It had more of a story than his other films and was really enjoyable, although tinged with sadness.
     
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    Just finished the book, so dug out the aluminum attache briefcase with the awesomely restored DVDs and rewatched this:

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    Probably the most faithful adaptation of the series, and while Lazenby was never my favourite, he's still a better Bond than Craig :bigstar:
     
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    Not a bad movie, not as good as I expected though.
    Michael Shannon was good as always (similar to his role in Boardwalk Empire), Chris Evans was miscast I think.
    Good cinematography, but rather weak script imo.
     

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