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    i think this is the best one of series


     



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    Got out some good films this weekend as opposed to last weekend.

    A History of Violence: Really enjoyed this, great acting, especially Maria Bello.

    Escape from Alcatraz: Clint utters the classic line after being asked by a black inmate whether he was scared "No I just hate niggers!"

    Lord of War: essentially a documentary on gun running. Great movie, suprised it didn't get better distribution as it was straight to DVD here. Funny that alot of the scenes actually used real guns and tanks that were owned by gun runners, as it was cheaper than getting props made.

    McGyver Season 2: Much better than season 1, but still really cheesy 80's TV.


     


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    I saw Lord of War recntly too.

    Of course McGyver is still hte best of those you mentioned...


     


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    I'm watching Spaceballs right now...what a fabulous movie


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    My recent purchases...

    -Le Samourai (Melville, 1967)
    -Army of Shadows (Melville, 1969)
    -Jules et Jim (Truffaut, 1962)
    -The Rules of the Game (Renoir, 1939)


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    Line, what do you favor more? - American film, or foreign film (French, Russian, German etc.)?


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    watched breach, pretty good movie, bout to watch pathfinder just cause it looks like a lot of people get killed


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post


    Line > everyone.




    yea, and my name is Dr. Suess


    I still haven't seen The Simpsons I really want to dammit


    The biggest difference between you and me is you're you, and I'm me. I always win. Sorry bro.


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    Watched 'Perfume' last night.
    Not entirely what I was expecting - the initla teaser trailer is a litle mis-leading. Makes it look like some sort of thriller/horror but it's more of a drama really.
    Good though, visually impressive (not in the sense of CGI, but recreation of the era) and different from a lot of other films out there. Ending is somewhat odd but in hinsight was an inevitability given the set-up earlier on. Worth watching though.


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    Line, what do you favor more? - American film, or foreign film (French, Russian, German etc.)?
    I'll give you the generic answer: I just love good film in general. It's sad that most Americans will only experience native films because others aren't as heavily talked about in both social circles or in the media. Lately I've been on a foreign kick (French especially) trying to keep up with directors like the ones I mentioned in my last post about the DVD's (Melville, Truffaut, Renoir) I've recently purchased. I also am going to start getting into more films of Kurosawa (Japanese), Tarkovsky (Russian), Fellini (Italian) and Bergman (Swedish). It's really a shame because these auteurs, and others, have made some of the most beautiful films to ever grace celluloid and most won't see or even hear of them. It's after you see some of the brilliance of lesser known directors that you realize what films are capable of being.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    Watched 'Perfume' last night.
    Not entirely what I was expecting - the initla teaser trailer is a litle mis-leading. Makes it look like some sort of thriller/horror but it's more of a drama really.
    Good though, visually impressive (not in the sense of CGI, but recreation of the era) and different from a lot of other films out there. Ending is somewhat odd but in hinsight was an inevitability given the set-up earlier on. Worth watching though.
    Some thoughts on Perfume. Not to downplay your enjoyment of it but I didn't care for it at all.

    First and foremost, I thought it was one of the worst endings of 2006 and totally took me out of the already accepted odd realm which the film dwelled in. It's actually sad in a way because it was for the most part a good atmospheric experience and the director did an amazing job at trying to "show" us smell.

    As for the story, it's narrative is choppy as halfway through it becomes more of a standard slasher flick and we even get the perspective of the victims' to boot. The acts were overly segregated and, although the film is beautifully shot, it's inconsistent and at some points it looks as if it's two different movies from a visual standpoint. Finally, our killer is basically a psychiopath and despite having a tough childhood his overbearing sense of longing really isn't enough to make us sympathize with him enough to make the ending effective. The acting was pretty blasé with the exception of Hoffman who has been his charming self as of late.

    And did I mention it was the worst ending to a 2006 film? Well, maybe not as bad as Hard Candy.

    ** (out of ****)


     


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    I agree the ending was somewhat unsatisfactory - however in hindsight I think it was inevitable it was going to end in such a manner. Not that it makes it any more rewarding.

    Anyhoo, I got 3 films today:

    Apocalypto
    The Illusionist
    Ghost Rider - I needed a 3rd to get the deal!

    Also I finally got round to watching Amelie the other day having had it on my shelf for about 3 years!


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    I agree the ending was somewhat unsatisfactory - however in hindsight I think it was inevitable it was going to end in such a manner. Not that it makes it any more rewarding.

    Anyhoo, I got 3 films today:

    Apocalypto
    The Illusionist
    Ghost Rider - I needed a 3rd to get the deal!

    Also I finally got round to watching Amelie the other day having had it on my shelf for about 3 years!
    Ghost Rider?! What? You should have just grabbed some kind of Dora the Explorer DVD for your kids.


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    Ghost Rider was awesome

    Nicholas Cage is like a 2nd degree Chuck Norris

    Plus Eva Mendez is pretty hot, I wish she would have showed her bewbs more though


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    Ghost Rider made me sick. I'm not a big fan of Nicholas Cage either, I think he plays the same character in all his films; boring and lethargic like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post


    Ghost Rider made me sick. I'm not a big fan of Nicholas Cage either, I think he plays the same character in all his films; boring and lethargic like.
    Cage has made two legitimently good films in his career. A nickel to whomever can guess either.


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    Cage has made two legitimently good films in his career. A nickel to whomever can guess either.
    Adaptation and Leaving Las Vegas?


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    I just watched Raging Bull for the 3rd time. Everything about this movie is brilliant. By far my favorite scene is when Jake La Motta gets thrown into Jail for being a pedo. Such a powerful scene. :linedrunk:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pain View Post
    I just watched Raging Bull for the 3rd time. Everything about this movie is brilliant. By far my favorite scene is when Jake La Motta gets thrown into Jail for being a pedo. Such a powerful scene. :linedrunk:
    It's on my list of "films to watch"


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