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    lulz @ Tech's post. them are some funny posters




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    Gangs of New York isn't very good at all. It's quasi-ambitious in its attempts to convey cultural iconography but it never really transcends rote.
    Come again? I wish my vocab was at least half of what yours is.




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    7 Pounds. All in all I thought it was good, but until the end when everything is revealed I was sitting there kinda bored. I didn't think there was much in the movie except for the end.


    She really looks like someone set her face on fire and put it out with a bike chain.


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    Ladder 49 (Russell, 2004) - 3.5/10
    -- Impassive, cold, distant from any actual emotions from the situations that take place in the film.

    The Hills Have Eyes II (Weisz, 2007) - 2/10
    -- Shit.

    A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick, 1971) - 10
    -- Excellent. Kubrick is a crafty mo-fo. The camera work was great in this, I'm hoping to see the best in 2001: A Space Odyssey.

    Ratatouille (Bird, 2007) - 8/10
    -- Pretty good. The connection between the rat and the chef was strong, but seemed a bit automated to me. Not better than Wall-E.




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    Lol Tech!!! awesome.

    Just saw The Wrestler..good movie. Camera following him all the time is cool. 8/10


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    Halloween remake

    Second time I watched it, I really gave it a chance this time to but what a piece of shit. A swift kick in the balls to the original. Yeah lets make Michael Myers like 7 feet tall, he won't stand out in the slightest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    Come again? I wish my vocab was at least half of what yours is.
    Hmm...the movie attempted to show how important culture is to the individual and how the resulting pride can lead to bad things, which is a commendable effort and all, but the film hardly executed this is any spectacular fashion. :gaysign:




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    Three women are stalked by a killer with a grudge that extends back to the girls' childhoods.
    4/10
    It was a twisted, strange plot of a horror movie.


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    'High Noon' - 8.5 / 10

    Great movie, definitely see why some rate this as being one of the best westerns of all time. I think this movie does a great job showing how cowardly some men can be even when confronted by an enemy that will do harm to them as well. There are plenty of great shots in the movie as well that went along to portray how alone the protagonist of this picture is. For me the main element that made this movie work so well was the clock's, with the count down being almost real time it lead to an increased sense of involvement on the part of the viewer as the clock ticked down. I would highly recommend this movie to all western fans who have not seen it yet.




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    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.

    Rewatched this film. It was hilarious the first time and no less so the second time.

    I think the thing that sets this apart from the pack is the brilliant use of cliches as satire and movie plot moments. Plus the three leads sell the entire scenario. Probably one of the better uses of the "breaking the 4th wall" I've seen too.


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    L'Empire des Loups

    Interesting film but a bit hard to follow exactly what the plot was as there was really 2-3 (depending on who you are following as the main character, which changes for the final act).

    But I do like these gritty French films.




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    Primer
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    A really complicated film about time travel, you need to give it 100% of your attention. Even some website have this big time line chart to help you follow the movie:
    http://neuwanstein.fw.hu/primer_timeline.html
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...thod-2.svg.png




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    Inside Man.

    Second time I've watched it. Didn't enjoy it as much the second time. Performances were good (aside from Jodi Foster) and the intrigue around the heist was well done. But I just didn't really see the point. If it is a heist movie then the characters have to grow. If it is going to be a morality thriller, then the main crux needed to be dealt with better. Maybe I just expected more from it the second time, or maybe Spike Lee didn't really know which type of film he was making.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tim290280 View Post
    Inside Man.

    Second time I've watched it. Didn't enjoy it as much the second time. Performances were good (aside from Jodi Foster) and the intrigue around the heist was well done. But I just didn't really see the point. If it is a heist movie then the characters have to grow. If it is going to be a morality thriller, then the main crux needed to be dealt with better. Maybe I just expected more from it the second time, or maybe Spike Lee didn't really know which type of film he was making.
    Not to mention...

    [spoiler]If you had such an incriminating document you would just burn it. [/spoiler]




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    Not to mention...

    [spoiler]If you had such an incriminating document you would just burn it. [/spoiler]
    Yes I agree completely.
    [spoiler]No plausible reason was given for the document still being in existence. For the diamond ring you would have gotten rid of it on the black market via a blind seller arrangement. I mean they had the Jodi Foster inquisition of this situation, they could have had a reason, such as a reminder of his guilt and reason to be a better person. Plus if it was so secret how did the thieves find out?????[/spoiler]




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    Choke

    I liked it, and not just for the sex scenes. I hope they make more of Chuck Palahniuk's books into movies.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Chesticles View Post
    Choke

    I liked it, and not just for the sex scenes. I hope they make more of Chuck Palahniuk's books into movies.
    I'm a big fan of that book, I was weary on whether or not I wanted to see the film though.






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