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    Because the subject of the film was an accomplished artist, the filmmakers tried to be very artful.

    Francis Bacon, Love is the Devil (1998), it didn't work.

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    So Undercover, lol

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    Looper. It was so-so.
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    Mortality inspires introspection. Cherry Blossoms (2008).
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    Clue......
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    The Last Movie I saw was The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Lincoln.

    It was released on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday 03.26.2013. I rented it from a local video store that very day.

    I post most often in the Current Events/Political forum. So, naturally Lincoln would appeal to me. A very well-crafted film. It's easy to see why it was such a strong presence at the Academy Awards and why Daniel Day-Lewis won his third statue. Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones are also terrific.

    As for other "last film[s]," you watched, I can refer to my subscription for cable-television programming. It doesn't necessarily lend itself well to this thread.

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    Shelter. Not the awesome gay romance but another film with the same title. It was a psychological thriller. Pretty decent. Julianne Moore was in it.

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    A gigantically awful Bollywood experiment plagiarizing a Stephen King short story. No Smoking (2007).

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    Ode To Billy Joe, watched it last week end on DVD which it was just released this year on for the first time. Its one of the films made by Max Baer Jr and is about a doomed romance between the movies name sake and a girl in the south. Every thing changes when Billy Joe has a gay encounter which he is unable to come to terms with under 1950's standards of his time. Max Baer is an unrecognized pioneer in films by taking on gay issues when this film was released in 1976.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolBlue71 View Post
    I post most often in the Current Events/Political forum.
    We won't hold that against you. :0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolBlue71 View Post
    I post most often in the Current Events/Political forum. So, naturally Lincoln would appeal to me. A very well-crafted film. It's easy to see why it was such a strong presence at the Academy Awards and why Daniel Day-Lewis won his third statue. Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones are also terrific.
    and of course since you're a frequent poster in the political section of these Forums, you possess the astuteness to discern the historical inaccuracies of the "Lincoln" film, as well.
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    that's a nice film. My sister liked it too, more than the other old films I made her watch

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    Last Saturday night we had a double feature. This Must Be The Place and God Bless America. We choose the first based on the fact that it seem very weird and that Frances McDormand was in it and we think she is amazing, that said. The movie turned out to be an amazing journey into the lives of the characters, everyone was great, Sean Penn was incredible as the rock star freak, the story is fascinating, intriguing and we found ourselves glued to the screen. Very good indeed and one of those that you have to see more than once.

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    God Bless America, yes indeed. This is quickly becoming a cult classic at our house. It is brilliantly written, directed and executed. You can help but to cheer for the lead characters and their cause. It was written and directed by Bobcat Goldwaith and I must say he knocked it out of the park. I highly recommend it

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    Predictably awful things happen to a 16 year old girl abandoned by her mother in blighted Estonia.

    Lilya 4-Ever (2002).


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    An interminable, pretentious adaptation of a Clive Barker short story. Dread (2009) A nitwit tortures his victims after they "divulge their fears" for a collegiate art piece.


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    The Adjustment Bureau

    Rango

    Battle: Los Angeles

    Red Riding Hood

    Mars Needs Moms

    Jane Eyre

    Limitless

    The Lincoln Lawyer

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    Bad teacher

    With cameron Diaz... it got rated so awfull on imdb (5.7 if i recall correctly). Honestly thoughh i really liked the movie and would rate it 8/10 definitely !

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    Nazi snow-zombies in Norway eat college students. Dead Snow (2009).


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    Nazi snow-zombies in Norway eat college students.
    Well of course they do. Oooh, where do I sign up?

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    well, i guess i wasn't feeling "gay enuf", so i had to watch this to confirm my sexual orientation...



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    A favorite of mine. Lagaan (2001). Not very artful, but loads of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithari View Post
    Bad teacher

    With cameron Diaz... it got rated so awfull on imdb (5.7 if i recall correctly). Honestly thoughh i really liked the movie and would rate it 8/10 definitely !
    I really liked this movie, she had some great outfits too. Justin Timberlake was such an adorable geek. Have you ever seen "Very Dad Things"? She is amazing in it.

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    I don't go to cinemas a lot but watched Oblivion with my family last week. Was ok. Love the graphics. Tom Cruise still looks hot as ever

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    Madagascar 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngoutlaw View Post
    I felt Oblivion was far too long. The middle of it lacked something but overall it was an ok film.

    Last film I seen was the Croods. It was decent and pretty much what you expect from an animation.
    Really? I assume it's actually common for movies to be 2 hours long. Or do they change the format of showtime for most movies these days? (Sorry I did't watch a lot of movies, more of a Tv series kind of person).
    Yeah I feel like in the middle they didn't establish much. I like the opening though. I was actually convinced of the aftermath that it was like a sequel to some epic end battle alien vs earth movie. I do get really suspicious of "Sally" though. The way she talks....

    Croods is pretty hilarious esp the sloth saying dam dam dam lol!!!!! I'd say whoever did the effects for the film must be
    There are a lot of explosions in the film and I can't imagine how heavy their scene file is when they render it. Must need some super high tech computer.

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    I was expecting to dislike Inglorious Basterds as much as I disliked Django Unchained. But I was pleasantly surprised that its exaggerations aren't merely cartoons, and the characters are realer. Tarantino promises a third. Wonder which direction it'll go.
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    Years ago I began Dogville (2004) and wasn't having it. But I like LVT and am glad I revisited it. I think I need to add Our Town to my queue now, though.

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    The Corn is Green-1945 with Bette Davis


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    Not his best (uneven, didn't pack his usual punch) but Ozon's still a consistently interesting filmmaker.
    I sincerely hope you don't think you have anyone fooled. It's so obvious but if this is how you get off, let the charade continue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by That70sJoe View Post
    Not his best (uneven, didn't pack his usual punch) but Ozon's still a consistently interesting filmmaker.
    I've only seen Swimming Pool. What else do you like of his?
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    A backwards girl learns how to masturbate. Black Swan (2010).



    It's Showgirls with a silver patina. I vastly prefer the vulgar original.

    Or it's DePalma with CGI in place of technique.

    An Oscar? Christ.
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    An Oscar? Christ.
    But I love Clint Mansell's score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    But I love Clint Mansell's score.
    I admit I'm really weak when it comes to thinking about movie music. Can you pick a movie or three in which the score is especially good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I admit I'm really weak when it comes to thinking about movie music. Can you pick a movie or three in which the score is especially good?
    Erm...

    ::thinking, thinking::

    Yes!

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    DVD - The Amazing Spiderman (recently) -- it was really good too. Second best only to Spiderman 3.

    Theater - It's been a long time since I've been to the movies and I'm kind of ashamed of that. But in 2005 I went to see Kingdom of Heaven with my cousin...I think for his birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    Erm...

    ::thinking, thinking::

    Yes!
    Noted.
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    Lady Chatterley's Lover on Blu-Ray - With Nicholas Clay and some French chick... Its such a travesty that man was in few movies and was hardly naked!
    Sleeping Beauty Disney on Blu-Ray - The animation is amazing and the Prince is hawt! "And yes, I am perving on a Disney Character!
    Willow on Blu-Ray - Man Val Kilmer was very hot back then.

    That is all for now!

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    Saw 'Warm Bodies', and it was pretty bad. Turn off all your logic circuits, because none of it makes very much sense at all.

    Though I was pondering (by the film's logic), would the zombie turn gay if they eat the brains of a gay victim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Noted.
    Sorry.

    I'm no expert, I just like what a like.

    Let's start with Clint Mansell. If you like anything about the Black Swan soundtrack, then you could look into Moon or even Sahara has its moments.

    I tend to favor haunting, soaring, melodramatic, so there's Hans Zimmer's Inception. 'Time' and 'Dream is Collapsing' are standouts.

    Vangelis' Bladerunner score is a classic. I wouldn't say it's for everyone, but it is stellar work. And it holds up beautifully. Could have been composed today, yesterday, whenever--it's so great.



    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I admit I'm really weak when it comes to thinking about movie music.
    That's interesting. But I'm guessing there has to be at least one you hold dear? Maybe?

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    I'm no expert neither, NativeSon. Crap, I'm not even a dilettante. In fact, maybe you're pointing out something I could pay a little more attention to, given that I like to watch a lot of movies...

    I'll look over your picks. Thanks for taking the time to mention them. (I didn't even realize Vangelis did Bladerunner, but of course!)

    Asking me for a favorite was hard for me, because it is something I'm weak at, absolutely.

    But, whenever I tell people who haven't seen Suspiria to watch it for the first time, I *always* admonish them to turn the volume up.

    I love Goblin's music for Argento.



    I like Mellow's euro-pop soundtrack for CQ.



    Fellini's and Ray's movies also have very particular musical moods in my imagination.

    Nino Rota:



    Ravi Shankar:



    But having mentioned all these, I feel lacking in the vocabulary or familiarity with music that would make my response more interesting. Very random response from me.
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    Watched two very different musicals this weekend.

    Sweeny Todd - What is it with musicals these days where people can't sing? It didn't need to be that bloody and apparently a lot of the character interaction from the stage version was omitted. Grade C-

    How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying - From 1967 and very dated. But the singing and choreography was wonderful. A fantastic look into corporate culture of the time which is still relevant today. I can see Dilbert working at that company. Robert Morse was so damn cute in this film too and he fit the part perfectly. Grade A


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    Meet The Fokkens...and solid 10/10 ...documentary about two sisters who have worked in Amsterdam's Red Light District for 50 years...I was surprised at how compelling their stories were and I am a fan of these two ladies now. They redefine "keeping it real"


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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    But, whenever I tell people who haven't seen Suspiria to watch it for the first time, I *always* admonish them to turn the volume up.
    It's funny you say that. I haven't seen Suspiria. I've checked it out from Netf*^%, but it's just been collecting dust on my shelf for the past several months. I know I have to see it, but it hasn't called out to me...just yet.

    What can I say? It'll happen--hopefully sooner than later.

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    But having mentioned all these, I feel lacking in the vocabulary or familiarity with music that would make my response more interesting. Very random response from me.
    Believe me, you gave me plenty to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    It's funny you say that. I haven't seen Suspiria. I've checked it out from Netf*^%, but it's just been collecting dust on my shelf for the past several months. I know I have to see it, but it hasn't called out to me...just yet.

    What can I say? It'll happen--hopefully sooner than later.
    RubberRat, who hasn't posted in this thread lately, also loves Suspiria. Beautiful colors, too.
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    A favorite of mine. Lagaan (2001). Not very artful, but loads of fun.

    I love Lagaan. Wonderful film. One of the first Bollywood films I saw.
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