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    It wont touch AVP-R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    After a third viewing, There Will Be Blood is one of the greatest films I've ever had the privilege of seeing.
    I think I'll give that a watch on the weekend.


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    What do u guys think of cloverfield....it sucked big balls.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by PrinceVegeta View Post
    What do u guys think of cloverfield....it sucked big balls.....
    They took a decent concept for a monster flick and decided to take a mildly interesting subplot and make it into the focal point of the film. I can't complain about the camerawork per se but the guy working it was so incredibly stupid and annoying that that alone is enough to take one out of the picture. Overall it had some meagerly entertaining elements but was a failure.


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pain View Post
    I think I'll give that a watch on the weekend.
    To my knowledge there isn't a halfway decent screener available yet.


     


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    Rambo :keke:


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    I just watched Grandma's Boy again this morning... never gets old


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    just watched "super bad" funny as hell


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    the bourne ultimatum. Great movie.


    “All men dream, but not equally, those that dream by night in the rusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act upon their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.”

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    Twins


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    No Country For Old Men

    It's an awesome movie.


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    I saw TWBB again. It drinks every other film this year's milkshake.


     


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    Braveheart fucking sucked.


     


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    Into the wild


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by high_five View Post
    the bourne ultimatum. Great movie.
    Again?


     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex View Post
    Into the wild
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    EDIT (some thoughts): I had problems with Penn's telling of the story and the message as a whole seemed conflicting. Too often we see glorified scenic shots and the message of true beauty by creationism is really only explored through visuals and instead the narration and dialogue focus on intent and progression. When Chris finally realizes where happiness truly lies the shift is too broad and doesn't enough mesh with the film's original concepts, leaving the prior scenes feeling stagnant and mostly unnecessary. His realization and ephinany, if you will, is too obvious and, outside of his parent's problems, we're never given a reason for his thoughts concerning complete societal disconnect; an important topic which is better explored in other films such as American Psycho.


     


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    "Fracture" leading Anthony Hopkins. Excellent movie...


     


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    Conversational bits on Munich...
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    Granted, he didn't handle it as well as he did with Schindler's List, but that doesn't make the material any less challenging.
    There's a definitive difference between potentially challenging themes in films and films that are actually challenging. Munich failed to offer any commentarial resolution and the background story primarily served as means to explore violence producing violence. That being said, it's not a strictly profound message by any means and fails to comment on the human nature but rather emphasizes socio-political themes as motivation. There is some detailing regarding the individual spirit but the characters are very emotionally disconnected and their arcs are far too jagged to offer any real philosophical musings on the deconstruction of a man's psyche through a misunderstanding of his own motives. As I said, these could be quite insightful issues but are presented in a manner far too heavy-handed and unnecessary additions of one-liner jokes and inappropriate musical choices only further in weakening them. Some of Spielberg's decisions were sloppy and disconcerning of the issues and the attempt to try and tie in past, spirtually-related violent incidents with the attack on New York was forced and unneeded.

    Also, I felt it was a simplified message and while it did take a clear stance on the issue that violence produces more violence it fails to comment beyond that. If a film makes a statement, especially such a relevant and potentially philosophical one that it should dilvulge a bit more in the form of exploration of its thematics. It's a hard topic, certainly, but I wish it would have offered more in terms of the deeper issues involved in comparison to the superficial ones. The layering of the film seems to only play as a slice of worldly events instead of dealing with any further concerns, which is a much safer approach.


     




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