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

    I enjoyed this film.
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    There are some spoilers below, so be forewarned:

    So, I have been picking all available classic Disney films on Blu-Ray; these include Snow White, Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Pan.
    I love the classic animation styles and have enjoyed seeing how each film shows the progression of animation over the years. Just lovely and seeing these films again made me realize that I miss the classic Disney style fantasy fairy tale. Sure we still have them but they are all CGI. There is also too much of a modern sensibility within them; either in language (slang), or the manner in which the characters behave. Will there ever be a gay Disney film I wonder?! I highly doubt it but these will suffice for now. LOL

    Legend with Tom Cruise: There are two versions of the film here. This was an attempt I think in part by Ridley Scott to make a live action Disney film. I love hearing about the behind the scenes stories and how the original story was actually far more darker in tone than what eventually ended up on screen. In fact, I wish that Ridley would remake this film himself and give it that dark fairy tale that he and his writers originally intended to do. Other notes on the film; Tim Curry's darkness is the coolest looking makeup and holds up quite well after all these years. The music by Tangerine Dream is still awesome if a bit cheesy. I like Goldman's score but I saw the Theatrical version years ago and it's left an impression on my childhood memories of the film. The film is a bit overloaded with kiddy moments, the elves and dwarves and fairies, bubbles and glitter. You never quite get the darker tones of the film since the evil henchmen are played for laughs.

    Labyrinth with David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly: Does anyone remember when David Bowie was considered sexy back then? I do, my sister loved this film because he was in it. I loved it because of the world they created within it. David looked rather gay too me back then with the crazy hair do, the make up and his overly tight pants and his junk bunched up to his chest. LOL
    The big hairy monster is cool, the little snippy dog riding the other fluffy dog is hilarious too.

    The Dark Crystal: This film is rather ugly in terms of the design aesthetic, the Skeksis are quite disgusting to be honest. They represent the ugliness of the beings that become one at the end. Whereas the Mystics represent the benevolent side, or opposite of the Skeksis. The elf like creatures themselves look incredibly creepy with their expressionless faces, yes I know they are puppets. They look like plastic surgery victims. I remember those big insect-like creatures giving me nightmares as a children. Its funny to look at them now and realize how obvious they are today. That fat little midget female character was hilarious though, she should have been heavily featured but I think she appears in Labyrinth, cross-over much?

    Vanishing on 7th Street: A great premise ruined by irrational behaviour of characters and the heavy-handed nature of the film's plot to ensure this or that character does this or that. Hayden Christiansen is actually quite attractive in this film than he was in the Star Wars films. I wish they had more characters and a more interesting location rather than some bar. I also felt that having one character try to explain what is happening ruins any of the mystery, they try to over explain the situation. There are some genuinely creeping segments like the one with Hayden's character at the news station hallway. Everything else including the use of shadows and sound is genuinely good, I just wish that they had put more thought into it. This film reminds me of Prometheus, irrational characters, heavy handed plot that dispatches character here and there... good to decent premise. Next!

    The Last Unicorn: I only purchased this because of all the high praise I was seeing for the film. I'll be more discerning when I order something but I followed their praise and my expectations were high; the film is a very incoherent story with weird character design. The story is what I would call, scatter brained. Its trying to be so many things yet it never quite feels engrossing. As I was saying, the character design in some aspects is good but also quite atrocious. I did not need to see a giant bird with multiple breasts attached to it, nor did my nephews and nieces. I also felt that the story should have had focus on the Unicorns and less bizarreness all around. The animation is not bad but not quite the level of a Disney film but it is serviceable. The whole experiences for me was just... meh! Perhaps if my expectations were negligible then I would have enjoyed the film a little more.

    The Impossible: Great performances in this film, loved Ewan McGregor but then it's not really that hard to love that guy. The special effects sequences which depict the tsunami were quite astonishing and likely the most accurate depiction of any disaster related sequence that I have ever seen in any other film. Naomi Watts was also amazing as was the young actor who carries the film. To be honest its a type of film that you can only watch once because if you see it again, it becomes a little too sweet... sentimental.

    Merlin Season 5: "sigh" Okay... not the best way to end a series. Actually scratch that, this is the worst way to end a television series. The last episode felt like a bunch of things just being checked off of a laundry list. There is no sense of satisfaction or a sense of connection that felt natural, it was rushed. Mordred is dispatched, Quinivere becomes Queen, Arthur is dying, Qwaine dies, and Morgana is killed in one of the most unsatisfying ways imaginable. Oh god did I want to see her die in a horrifying way where she was her own means of death, one of her spells turns on her or that young Dragon Aithusa turns on her or something but no... she gets jabbed with a magical sword. Merlin is supposed to be this great sorcerer and yet, its completely bs because when he should be using it to either kill Mordred, Morgana or what, he doesn't! Oh and Arthur dies never seeing the Kingdom of Camelot or the Land of Albion united but whatever. I can understand now why they decided to end the series because they literally ran out of ideas and or were feeling too tired to continue.
    To be honest, the series was not that great because it was somewhat two-dimensional. Morgana's hatred was never fully explored. Merlin should have come out to Arthur earlier to give the series something to chew on but then they never really explored things when they introduced them did they, case in point the pointless introductory episode story with the Diamir or whatever its called. That alien being thing that lives in the tower/mountain cave whatever that Morgana was looking for. That's the other thing, Merlin has had some many opportunities to kill Morgana in fact the Dragon told him to do so at the beginning of the Series. The reason he did not was the heavy-handedness of the writing team.
    Throughout the series, everyone tells Merlin that he is to be this most powerful sorcerer yet he cannot save his friend.
    When he turns to powerful Merlin and destroys Morgana's army, he goes back to being regular Merlin. WTF is that.
    He is told by Gaius that he cannot remove that magical blade bit in Arthur's heart or something... umm wasn't he supposed to be this all great and powerful sorcerer and healer?
    They make up this shit about Merlin having to take Arthur to Avalon, to heal him as it is the only option. At that point I was fucking screaming at the screen saying "Call that DRAGON you stupid shit!"
    What does he do? Nothing!
    They spend several nights riding through fields, forests, hills, mountains and spend several nights pouring their hearts out, fucking stupid.
    Anyway, I was half expecting Merlin or Arthur to make out during that shoreline scene. Arthur or Merlin could have at least fucking uttered that he loved the other but no... that would be too gay for the American audience watching.
    So, this is how not to end your Series!

    Oh btw, he does eventually call that Dragon but only after Arthur dies. Yeah... that's like LOTR where they could have called those eagles to fly Frodo to mount Doom so he could you know, drop the ring into the volcano! Stuff that would have made sense to intelligent thinking individuals. :O

    Star Trek TNG: Seasons 1, 2, & 3:
    Okay I'm showing my geekiness here but its pretty much a requirement to own these. Anyway, the show looks amazing in high definition and a lot of the effects look amazing and to be honest, somewhat cheesy by today's standard. The sets themselves look occasionally amazing even though the planet based sets look ridiculously fake. The high-definition really brings out the skin pores especially on poor Wesley whose pimpliness becomes far too obvious by season 3.
    There are quite a few nitpicks to contend with and I don't agree with the Blu-Ray remastering team about keeping the original compositions the way they were originally put together. Some lee-way should have been enacted especially since they do that one some aspects of the special effects. An example; the way the light hits the ship when featured against a space background with a CG or matte painted planet behind it. The star or sunlight that lights the ship comes from a completely different direction than the planet behind it... these are things that they could have fixed. A different shot of the ship the ship should have been used which would compliment that background plate of the planet. These things tend to distract especially in a very heated moment in the story.
    Still, the work done here is marvelous and I look forward to the future seasons and remastered series!

    That is all for now.
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    Chernobyl Diaries (It's on HBO OnDemand)

    The first hour was an excellent character/location set up. Creepy as hell when nighttime came and the van lights went out.
    The last half hour seemed to fall apart and get stupid. Still, better than Silent Hill Revelation.

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    GOldeneye.....

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    John Dies at the End and The Skeleton Key.

    John Dies at the End was really, really, really, bloody good in the beginning, but about halfway through it just started to get really really really, bloody bad. The Skeleton Key was fantastic though. I remember seeing it when it came out and the twist ending has stuck with me for so long I wanted to see it again!
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    ^ I liked Skeleton Key too. Gena Rowlands was awesome in that.

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    The Great Gatsby (2013) 3D

    Gorgeous, well acted, and beautiful music.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrock-JD View Post
    ^ I liked Skeleton Key too. Gena Rowlands was awesome in that.
    Agreed. I met Ms. Rowlands when I lived in Los Angeles for college in the 1980s. Such a nice person.

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    The last movie I watched was Django Unchained. "Tell Miss Laura 'goodbye'. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooky View Post
    ...There are quite a few nitpicks to contend with and I don't agree with the Blu-Ray remastering team about keeping the original compositions the way they were originally put together. Some lee-way should have been enacted especially since they do that one some aspects of the special effects. An example; the way the light hits the ship when featured against a space background with a CG or matte painted planet behind it. The star or sunlight that lights the ship comes from a completely different direction than the planet behind it... these are things that they could have fixed. A different shot of the ship the ship should have been used which would compliment that background plate of the planet. ...
    Is that the 'lens-flare' that Corny was complaining about?
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    Zayn Malik... I mean Iron Man 3. Sorry! Obsessing here!!!

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    The Last House on the Left (the remake). I watched it mainly for Aaron Paul but I still enjoyed it otherwise. More edgy than the original cult-classic but a little less creepy.

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    No... mismatched lighting setups. Planet is light up differently than the space ships! Looks distracting expecially since they went to a great deal of work on remastering the effects!

    Shucks... this was in response to Pat Grimshaw. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by dereperez View Post
    The Last House on the Left (the remake). I watched it mainly for Aaron Paul but I still enjoyed it otherwise. More edgy than the original cult-classic but a little less creepy.
    I dunno....the mom in the orginal blowing one of the killers and biting off his cock is pretty edgy.

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    I went to see my mom n dad this past weekend and we watched "Guilt Trip"....funny movie. I usually don't like mainstream comedies but this one was enjoyable.

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    Star Trek Into Darkness 3D

    I give it a solid 8 out of 10 stars. Acting was good. Lots of action. Several very funny lines. Surprisingly effective emotional scene which I knew was coming but it worked very well nonetheless. This film uses a "Khan" as the evil charcter, but that's almost all it reuses. 90% NOT a remake of Wrath of Khan.

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    ^ Solid 8 out of 10?

    Hmmm.

    Please rate Star Trek (2009).

    TY.

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    I would recommend it, even if you don't like baseball. It makes one think: what would The Majors be like without African-American players and what it must be like to be the first African-American anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    ^ Solid 8 out of 10?

    Hmmm.

    Please rate Star Trek (2009).

    TY.
    9 out of 10 (if only for seeing Chris Pine in his boxer briefs bent over)

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    ^ So it's basically as good. Terrif! Can't wait to see it.

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    The Impossible. It's a total crime this masterpiece didn't get more recognition in North America. Warning- will make you cry like a baby.


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    torn curtain

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    "Tact is for people who aren't clever enough to be sarcastic."

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    I watched "Limitless" recently. It was an interesting film and I rather enjoyed it. The ending was a bit weak though. I would probably not watch it again.

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    Michael Moore's a good filmmaker.



    I like his politics, too.

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    Star Trek into Darkness Imax 3D

    I was entertained. Just like the previous one, the main cast is the highlight. But I wasn't thrilled with much of the story. It's another Damon Lindeloff story where he throws in red herrings and simple twists that makes him look like a smarter writer than he really is. I didn't read any spoilers before, but still I wasn't entirely surprised at the twists. Anyone can take a classic movie and turn things around as plot points for a new movie. In the longterm, I don't think this movie, nor the villain, will be remembered as fondly as the movie it hooked into.

    Seing the many closeups of Pine's dreamy blue eyes was wonderful.

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    A mundane unfamiliarity proves to be a precipice of mystery. Peter Weir's The Last Wave (1977).


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    Rented Jack Reacher last night, decent action but the ending is one of those WTF moments

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    I saw Hangover III. I enjoyed it but it wasn't a great movie, just enjoyable and one you'll forget about before long.

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    In theaters - Star Trek: Into Darkness. Having never seen the first one(what can I say, not a Trekkie), I have to say I was very impressed - impressed enough to want to watch the first one now. Thought it was quite solid, and my movie-ADD never kicked in.

    At home - Here Comes The Boom. I'm NOT a fan of Kevin James, but this movie is better than I thought it would be even if it's hokey as all hell at times. Sometimes, you just need a mindless comedy.
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    There are only a couple of directors who I like and admire as much as Tarkovsky.

    Andrei Rublev (1966). A 15th century painter is silenced by the brutal idiocy of the world.


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    In the extreme isolation of Siberia trappers earn their livelihood. The skills and fortitude their work requires are a marvel.

    Happy People: A Year in the Taiga (2010).

    Co-directed and narrated by Werner Herzog.


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    The Amazing Spider Man.

    I so much prefer Andrew Garfield to Tobey Maguire.
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    "From Beyond" (1986). Excellent film. It's a fucking trip!


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    Star Trek Into Darkness

    I worshiped it. And I absolutely love how the alternate timeline messes with the history.

    (You have to watch it in 3D. IMAX, if possible.)

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    The Amazing Spider Man.

    I so much prefer Andrew Garfield to Tobey Maguire.
    I liked The Amazing Spiderman because it was much closer to the comic than the Spiderman series played by Tobey Maguire. I did not like Tobey Maguire's version of Spiderman because in his version, the web was excreted out of his body. In the comic, a mechanical instrument was used to shoot out the web. The Amazing Spiderman followed this.

    I also like Andrew Garfield's Spiderman because he played it a bit more flippantly - as it would be, as Spiderman was a teenager. But I was a bit disappointed with Andrew Garfield's version of Spiderman because I did not hear his uncle advising "With great power comes great responsibility".

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    Roman officer Severus loves Sebastiane, but Sebastiane loves Jesus. Loincloths ahoy!

    Derek Jarman's Sebastiane (1976).


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    I watched The Hangover Part 3 yesterday. I liked it but not as much as the first two, which were raunchier and funnier, imo.

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    Shelter - the selfishness of the sister still annoys me to no end.



    Oz - The Great and Powerful - awful. Everything was wrong with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yhtang View Post
    I liked The Amazing Spiderman because it was much closer to the comic than the Spiderman series played by Tobey Maguire. I did not like Tobey Maguire's version of Spiderman because in his version, the web was excreted out of his body. In the comic, a mechanical instrument was used to shoot out the web. The Amazing Spiderman followed this.

    I also like Andrew Garfield's Spiderman because he played it a bit more flippantly - as it would be, as Spiderman was a teenager. But I was a bit disappointed with Andrew Garfield's version of Spiderman because I did not hear his uncle advising "With great power comes great responsibility".
    Uncle Ben didn't specifically say the line did he? It was implied, or something that Peter arrives at following Uncle Ben's death.
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    I bought a bunch of blu-rays again recently... I bought Beauty & The Beast 3D blu-ray. I've never seen the movie before ever, and I am glad that I never did. Don't see what the appeal was. The songs are cloying but the animation is gorgeous as are some of the characters, Gaston and the Prince.
    Belle is obviously suffering from some kind Stockholm syndrome and I kept thinking that the Beast would have a big old turgid beast cock sprouting out from that furry region whenever he was around Belle. Clearly he was pissy and mean because he wasn't getting laid for all those years.

    Excalibur on Blu-ray: What a fucking surprise this movie turned out to be. A young patrick stewart, gabriel byrne, helen mirren. Since I was burned by Merlin Series finale, it was quite interesting to see the Arthurian legend playout throughout this movie... oh and my child hood crush Nicholas Clays displays his wonderful ass again, remember Lady Chatterley's Lover. He even fights an imagined ghost of himself while naked, falling and flailing about with his nuggets in full display, sadly no frontal. I LOVE YOU NICHOLAS CLAY... May you rest in peace! Oh, Gabriel Byrne was such a fucking sexy fuck back then wasn't he!




    Anyway, will need to spend some time with the rest of the blus later this week! Enjoy people!
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    aquirre the wrath of god

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    Spooky, Excalibur is one of my all time favorites.

    Quote Originally Posted by SLOPPYSECONDS View Post
    aquirre the wrath of god
    I'm pretty sure I'd marry Herzog just to listen to him speak. I think his voice is the best voice in the whole world.

    However, I'm not sure I appreciated Aguirre in spite of its acclaim. You like it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rotary View Post
    The Impossible. It's a total crime this masterpiece didn't get more recognition in North America. Warning- will make you cry like a baby.

    I agree... I didn't know about this film until I bought it and loved it. Its a one time movie though... watch it anymore and it loses something.
    OT: Ewan McGregor gets hotter as he gets older, what a pleasant surprise!

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    zoltanspawn: Check out Lady Chatterley's Lover if you can on blu-ray, kind of hard to find. Mine is a german (European) origin copy but plays the original English track. That man's peen is visible in nice transfer in that one, he looks gorgeous soaping up his big ass in that one too :P.... Its a true shame he wasn't in many more films like that... unless I missed something else

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    The Hunger Games

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    G.I. Joe 2



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