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    Rise of the Guardians. Epic. It was so good!

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    The Hobbit. Twice. First the HFR 3D version, then the Imax 3D version. Yes I'm such a nerd. But I loved it. Critics totally missed the mark this time.

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    saw LA Confidential this weekend

    wow

    top 5 movie of all time

    great cast - Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, Guy Pearce (gorgeous in it)

    Film noire

    LOVED IT

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    Last night we watched Love Actually. It was terrible. Fucking terrible. Oh, it had a cute moment here and there but overall it was pretty unwatchable. And what a stupid ending.

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    I have just watched The hobbit
    It wasnt as good as the Lord of the rings Trilogy but still great. What i really hate is the fact that Peter Jackson divides the book´s story in 3 movies
    WTF??? The book isnt that complicated or hard to make three movies out of it.

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    "A Diva's Christmas Carol" (2000) Vanessa Williams as the Scrooge character with Kathy Griffin as the Ghost of Christmas Past. It's mildly funny.
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    Werner Herzog's weirdo lunatic fantasm Even Dwarfs Started Small (1971).

    I didn't think it was wonderful until I followed a friend's advice and repeated a viewing with the commentary, including conversation with fellow astronaut Crispin Glover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    saw LA Confidential this weekend

    wow

    top 5 movie of all time

    great cast - Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, Guy Pearce (gorgeous in it)

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    LOVED IT
    I agree. Excellent film.

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    A cheesy but compelling and enjoyable class allegory, Swept Away (1974).



    I admit, I cheered.

    Apparently, there's a remake with Madonna?
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    A Spanish film, El Bola. Very sweet and touching about a boy who is beaten and mistreated by his father. He befriends a new kid in class and from him he learns what a loving family is all about.

    I love foreign and independent films.
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    gotta mention two since they're both such a big deal...

    Skyfall - LOVED it... especially the sexually ambiguous villain. It was very.. erm.. british. More so than all the other craig movies.. definitely the best bond I've ever seen.

    Godfather, Part II - Holy fucking shit this was awesome. I gained so much respect for Kay's character, because she seemed so one-dimensional in the first film. They really expounded on all the characters - vito, michael, kay, fredo... just a perfect movie about making money. I can't say it was better or worse than the first though.. they were just both epic. I'm gonna have to watch III now, but I'm not looking foward to it lol.. just looking at the trailer lets me know its gonna suck as bad as the reviews say.

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    Les Mis. I was impressed. I enjoyed it more than the show.
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    Although I'm a fan of Nina Paley's cartoons about overpopulation, I expected her work with the Ramayana would suffer from stereotyping. Just a little though. Its biggest faults are the tedious musical numbers. The commentary sequences on the epic are just flat-out fun.

    Sita Sings the Blues (2008).

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    I watched The Dark Knight Rises recently because I missed it then forgot about it for a long time.

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    I hate movies that have "natives" hunching over in fear and amazement like dumbstruck monkeys...before some impossibly advanced foreign technology. There's a lot of such crap, and even more here, including plenty of good intentions gone awry. A tawdry, unfortunate take on Malick for me The New World (2005).

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    I watched Oliver! on Netflix streaming. I remember seeing that movie in the theater when I was about 16 and then going home and jerking off multiple time because I thought Oliver Reed was so hot. lol.


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    Amadeus, one of my all time faves

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    Ted. Low low brow humour but I really enjoyed it.
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    There's plenty to enjoy in The Hobbit. I thought it was entertaining fun.

    The interesting question is whether the 48 FPS "HFR" is good or not. I admit I was skeptical, but given the idea that it's not that different than the evolution of black-and-white to color I felt I should give it a fair shake. If it evolves into something better, good. But if this is a typical look at the format, I hope it's the last film ever made this way.

    It doesn't look like film any longer, it looks like video. Over and over again, I recalled television, a gorgeous shot that's rendered cheap and ironically artificial. As a friend said, there's a reason that many people prefer to listen to music on vinyl instead of newer formats. Film is plain-old more beautiful.

    I think of films as representations that engage the subjective response of the viewer. Because the subtle sense of representation is diminished by the high frame rate, our rich engagement with the film is diminished too. It's like we are merely witnessing events objectively, instead of participating imaginatively with the film.
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    I decided to rent Magic Mike from Netflix. Everyone was loving it and it's getting 80% over on Rotten Tomatoes.

    I... didn't really like it -- ended up giving it a 2/5 over on Netflix when it asked me to rate it. I thought the acting was pretty laughable. Particularly by Alex Pettyfer and the girl who played his sister.

    Matthew McConaughey was pretty good. Although he overdid it at times. And I didn't really like that his character used the word "fag".
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    Just got the 50th Anniversary James Bond boxset so I've been on a Bond marathon all day. Presently watching The World Is Not Enough. Previously: Moonraker.

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    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Quite good though not great.
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    Good horror film. I would give it a "B+"


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    Poklosie.
    It's a very controversial film in Poland, because it tells a (loosely based on the story of a Jedwabne village) story of Poles killing their jewish neghbouts during ww2.

    Hobbit's next.

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    Silver Linings Playbook is the Best Movie of the Year so far for me! There was comedy and drama. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence both gave great performances. I've seen Lincoln, The Hobbit, etc. but I'm hoping to see Silver Linings Playbook get nominated and win Best Picture for the Academy Award.

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    Marie Antoinette of a 2005
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    "Ergonomics" is an idea designers use to brand crap for sale.

    In reality, as one designer admits, sales are made "because it's all about wanting to have new things."

    Objectified (2009).

    Barfy subject matter. But a good movie.

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    Cube...a classic Sci-Fi movie that I absolutely love. Ignore the mess up of a sequel and prequel.


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    District 9 - utterly EXCELLENT film. I cannot recommend it enough, Then again, it's impossible to expect anything else from Peter Jackson.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber Rat View Post
    Good horror film. I would give it a "B+"

    It surely could not be a remake of "Silent Night, Deadly Night" then. Is it?

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    Matthew Barney: No Restraint (2006).

    A disarming portrait of the well-funded artist.

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    Aladdin.....

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    District 9 - utterly EXCELLENT film. I cannot recommend it enough, Then again, it's impossible to expect anything else from Peter Jackson.

    I agree with you, this movie left me so satisfied. I highly recommend it too. It is amazing what can be done with such a small budget when you have a good story, good acting and a great idea. Definitely buying the dvd.

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    We recently saw "Bad Teacher" with Cameron Diaz, that bitch is great! Don't expect an epic here, but it is well acted, funny and she looks fantastic, some of her outfits and shoes are awesome. And Justin Timberlake is in it too and he is such a cutie as a geek. If you have never seen "Very Bad Things" I highly recommend that one too, she is amazing in it, but the whole cast is fantastic.

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    life of pi
    beautiful movie. during the first 20 or so minutes, they talk a lot about religion and god. so i was afraid the story would be hard for me to relate to as a hardcore atheist. but in the end, the whole religious aspect was wrapped up in a way that really did speak to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hylas View Post
    life of pi
    beautiful movie. . . the whole religious aspect was wrapped up in a way that really did speak to me.
    Just curious, what did it say to you?

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    I'm a fan of the original and enjoyed the remake.


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    It surely could not be a remake of "Silent Night, Deadly Night" then. Is it?
    Indeed it is.

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    Three-in-one....

    Entertaining as many of Phantasm 2's (1988) shiny parts are, they still don't make the movie as a whole better than average.

    Polanski's Repulsion (1965) hasn't seemed to age well to the point that it seems inaccurate to even call it horror any more. It's a rather tedious etiology of psychic breakdown.

    Margaret Rutherford is great fun as Miss Marple in Murder Most Foul (1964); if the plot matched the splendor of her character, the movie would be a smash.
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    The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

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    Not as good as "Inglorious Bastards" but props to QT for making nearly 3 hr films that don't feel interminable. Di Caprio was robbed of an Oscar nom, IMHO.
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    SkyFall Best Bond Ever

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    Will the cursed and disfigured Rupa find love? Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram: Love Sublime (1978).



    Also, someone had posted an awards screener of Django Unchained in its entirety on youtube, so I watched it. Shallow, forgettable and cartoony.
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