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    The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    A public school district in one of the Western suburbs banned the book. When I learned of the ban, I borrowed the book and also watched the movie. I wanted to find out why it was banned. I found out: the school district is really fucked up. I doubt if anyone of "authority" even bothered to read it. Logan Lerman was pretty cute too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrobin View Post
    The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    Logan Lerman was pretty cute too.
    I just watched this, too. I thought it was rather unrealistic. I'm not someone who has to see a movie as soon as it's released, so I catch-up later. Yeah, LL is a cutie, but he's about 22 or 23, and his character was supposed to be 14 or 15. Why didn't they get a younger actor?

    Also just watched Rise of the Guardians - yawntastic. And Reservoir Dogs - dull, but a good first work for QT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by braex27 View Post
    Oz - The Great and Powerful - awful. Everything was wrong with it.
    Well, Sam Raimi...

    You know he's written/co-written all those horrible Evil Dead flicks. There's even a meme about how OTGAP parallels Army of Darkness. Gah.

    Still, you might be exaggerating when you say "Everything was wrong with it."

    Spoiler: (Highlight this box to see the hidden message.)
    1. I liked James Franco as OZ. (Ha ha!)

    2. China Town was clever.

    3. Rachel Weisz as Evanora rocked my world.

    4. Winkie Guards were spot on.

    5. Automated scarecrow army was brill.

    Catch it, smell it, taste it.
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    I watched Parker, starring Jason Statham. It was so-so. I did not quite like Jennifer Lopez's character.

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    Your thoughts? Been hearing good things about it and it looks really good.
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    Watched a really bad-good movie with my brother yesterday called "Stone Cold" starred some football player that was big in the late 80's/early 90's, from what my brother told me. Plenty of bad dialog, fuck ups in a lot of scenes and cheesy action. Although the finale of the film was actually pretty nuts and semi-legit good (for an 80's/90's movie that is).

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    Hi MDL.....the film was uneven (like the first one) but entertaining. The wrap-around segment was a definite weak link. In my humble opinion, the segments directed by Eduardo Sánchez ("A Ride in the Park") and Timo Tjahjanto /Gareth Huw Evans ("Safe Haven") were the best. "Safe Haven" is quite disturbing. The film is worth at least a one time viewing.

    I saw "Stone Cold" back in the day. I LOVE cheesy action movies!

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    Interesting article on James Franco reworking of Psycho:


    http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2013/...o-installation

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    Ok more blu-ray viewing for me... not that anyone cares.

    Fatal Attraction: Michael Douglas, Glenn Close and Anne Archer.
    You know I actually felt sorry for Alex in the movie but that is what men are really like. Still, she was fucking scary later on in the movie. The violence in the film is quite epicly well done for a film of its age. For the longest time I was wondering if the child was a boy until they revealed that she was in fact a girl... I think. LOL
    There is some pretty decent behind the scenes material here to enjoy including an alternate ending.
    Oh btw... poor bunny!

    The Point of No Return: Bridget Fonda, Gabriel Byrne, Dermot Mulroney, and some old broad.
    I saw this years ago on cable tv and I liked it but seeing it now, its just awful. Bridget Fonda is not believeable as an assassin probably because I am so used to seeing her as the soft, delicate waif (Single White Female). Everything about this film is just blah... even the film music is so without any kind of personality, you just want to stab your ears with an ice pick hearing it. This is after all a remake of a better film.
    If there is some semblance of enjoyment it would be because Dermot Mulroney looks yummy as ever, as does Mr. Gabriel Byrne.

    The Shawshank Redemption: Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, William Sadler and so on...
    I have never seen this film and so it was a pleasant surprise that I found myself enjoying it all the more. Frank Darabont directed this now-classic and its wonderfully done.
    Robbins is pretty good but I found Morgan Freeman's performance a lot more affecting than his.
    Looking at the film now, it makes me laugh because of all the references which are used in pop culture all over the place; The Simpsons, Family Guy and Southpark have referenced some element of the film at one time or another.
    Man, that Tim Robbins was one tall motherfucker.

    Cujo: Dee Wallace, Daniel Hugh-Kelley, Danny Pintauro
    I vaguely remember seeing this film as a child. As a result of it, I was terrified of large dogs especially when they would start barking at me. I have since outgrown that fear of dogs in general. There were some really tense moments in the film that still kind of haunt me. There is that one scene in particular, dizzying.
    Anyway, seeing the behind the scenes making of material on the film really takes away the mystique of the film. Like how it was actually freezing when they were supposed to be sweltering in the summer heat in the car.
    Anyway, I had some pervy thoughts about Daniel Hugh Kelley at the beginning of the film. If my dad looked like that... Christ I am going to hell!
    P.S. Dee Wallace is cool as always, sad to see her in dreck like Lords of Salem today. I remember her fondly from E.T. Then there is Danny Pintauro, I only remember him from Who's The Boss. That screaming he does in the film sheesh... I'd slap him too.

    Big Business: Bette Midler, Lily Tomlin
    I am not ashamed to say that I love this film... sure its silly and really indicative of a film setup from the 1950s.
    You do have to stretch your sense of disbelief quite a bit but its a movie, the laughs are there and its a hoot seeing Midler and Tomlin play off one another. I wish there were some behind the scenes material here or even a commentary track, god that would be awesome.
    Side note: When I was younger "teenager" seeing this, that Italian guy really turned me on. Odd that a few years after that, one of my aunt's Iranian guys who looked like him asked me to go down on him and so I tried, but he smelt pretty bad where I vomitted all over his junk. LOL

    Sex and The City TV Series 1 & 2.
    Okay... I did not finish the series and I think I've had my fill for now.
    The only characters whom I thoroughly enjoy is the nice one... whats her name? And the slutty one. The series is so bogged down by Sarah Jessica Parker's character... she obssesses over that one guy and is so fucking needy.
    I wish Jennifer Jason Leigh showed up and murdered her during one of the episodes...

    will return again... sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spooky View Post
    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.
    Oh, you're here right now. I kept meaning to ask you...

    What the hell is your problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber Rat View Post
    Hi MDL.....the film was uneven (like the first one) but entertaining. The wrap-around segment was a definite weak link. In my humble opinion, the segments directed by Eduardo Sánchez ("A Ride in the Park") and Timo Tjahjanto /Gareth Huw Evans ("Safe Haven") were the best. "Safe Haven" is quite disturbing. The film is worth at least a one time viewing.
    Felt the same way about the wrap around segment of the first one. Will definitely check out when I can.

    I saw "Stone Cold" back in the day. I LOVE cheesy action movies!
    Me too, watch tons of cheesy-bad action/horror movies with my brothers. So much fun watching them with people.

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    I saw The Great Gatsby. I enjoyed it, I enjoyed seeing the 1920's. I didn't know the story before hand and enjoyed it. It isn't a classic like The Titanic was but it was good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Son View Post
    Oh, you're here right now. I kept meaning to ask you...

    What the hell is your problem?
    Problem!? What problem?
    You're on a board where pictures of penises and anal sex is the norm.
    There are discussions going on around you about people having sex, pooping and peeing on one another...

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    I'm a bit disappointed at "Now you see me"!

    Poor characterization, and poor story overall. I just enjoyed the cleverness of the movie. They could've extended it for 20 more minutes (which would make it approximately 125 minutes) and put more details and enrich the story further. It could've been an absolute blast.

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    Problem!? What problem?
    You're on a board where pictures of penises and anal sex is the norm. There are discussions going on around you about people having sex, pooping and peeing on one another...
    Touché, mon frère.

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    Man of Steel, the plain 35mm, 2D version. It didn't suck like many review said. The first two-thirds is actually very good. The remainder goes out of control and becomes a generic, loud, summer action movie with lots of destruction and things exploding. It loses much of the character that the first parts of the film does a good job crafting. I easily recommend though. Henry Cavill definitely gets the job done as the new Superman.

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    Dr Horrible's Sing-Along Blog



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    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    Pitch Perfect. Fun.

    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    Quote Originally Posted by kallipolis View Post
    Interesting article on James Franco reworking of Psycho:


    http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2013/...o-installation
    What the fuck is going on with James Franco? Is he staying with Shia LaBeouf at the Off-Hollywood Hotel?

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    Man of Steel: Poor. Star Trek Into Darkness: Outstanding. World War Z: Exceeded Expectations. (using the OWL grading system for those of you who know it.)

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    Star Wars IV

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    Billy Elliot. Rewatched for the umpteenth time. Gets me every single time.



    [SPOILER] The final scene is just perfection.

    For all sad words of tongue and pen,
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    The Hangover III

    Not bad, for a Hangover movie. It has some pretty funny scenes and the ending was really well done.

    Favorite line: Stu, when they're driving into Las Vegas, "Somebody needs to burn this place to the ground."

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    Just watched V/H/S 2.

    I thought that all the segments were at least entertaining, outside of the wrap around segment. "Phase I Clinical Trials" and "Ride in the Park" had both really neat ideas when it came down to the perspective of the camera, the latter being the stronger out of those two, really enjoyed it. "Safe Haven" was crazy and disturbing through out, definitely thought the pacing was good and made the segment stronger because it decided to build the tension in the little time it had. "Slumber Party" was decent, but really didn't do anything special to me.

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    Bonhoeffer (2003). A biography of the theologian and nazi-resister whose remarkable inner life was a bulwark against a time of horror.

    Golden Lion Tamarin
    The worst thing...is not energy depletion, economic collapse, conventional war, or the expansion of totalitarian governments. As terrible as these catastrophes would be for us, they can be repaired in a few generations. The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us.--e.o. wilson

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    Ray's Kapurush (The Coward) (1965). A man who eschewed his chance to marry faces the agony of his regret when he unexpectedly encounters his ex.

    Here's a clip.
    Golden Lion Tamarin
    The worst thing...is not energy depletion, economic collapse, conventional war, or the expansion of totalitarian governments. As terrible as these catastrophes would be for us, they can be repaired in a few generations. The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us.--e.o. wilson

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

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    Star Wars IV
    Oh, I love it.

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    What the fuck is going on with James Franco? Is he staying with Shia LaBeouf at the Off-Hollywood Hotel?
    You tell me. I worship Hollywood gossip!

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    Sincerely idiotic fundamentalist Americans fantasize about a historical solution to their problems that involves superlative atrocities.

    Waiting for Armageddon (2009).

    Golden Lion Tamarin
    The worst thing...is not energy depletion, economic collapse, conventional war, or the expansion of totalitarian governments. As terrible as these catastrophes would be for us, they can be repaired in a few generations. The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us.--e.o. wilson

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    Just watched V/H/S 2.

    I thought that all the segments were at least entertaining, outside of the wrap around segment. "Phase I Clinical Trials" and "Ride in the Park" had both really neat ideas when it came down to the perspective of the camera, the latter being the stronger out of those two, really enjoyed it. "Safe Haven" was crazy and disturbing through out, definitely thought the pacing was good and made the segment stronger because it decided to build the tension in the little time it had. "Slumber Party" was decent, but really didn't do anything special to me.
    Agree with your review. "Safe Haven" was my favorite segment.

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    Man of Steel, enjoyed it much better than that tripe Superman Returns.
    "Flipping Dykes I though they were a myth like Weapons of Mass Destruction" Grace Adler.

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    okay, i'll admit it, i can't grow up. there, i said it.

    and also, where's my handsome prince?? all i ever get is Maleficent, in some form or another...



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    Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)
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    Yesterday I ordered 4 movies from amazon.com

    1) Innocent Victims (1996--Made for TV)
    2) Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
    3) Death on the Nile (1978)
    4) Who Is Clark Rockefeller? (2010--Made for TV)

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    Skyfall.............
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    Quote Originally Posted by King Gumby VIII View Post
    Skyfall.............
    What did you think of it, NoVA?

    Save for some of the action sequences, I thought it stank. (And I so didn't want it to stink.)

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    Heathers......
    Even if it's a quickie, wrap that sticky.

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    Lust in the Dust.

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    A full-fledged American myth, The Night of the Hunter (1955).

    Golden Lion Tamarin
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    The Sun Comes Up (1949)

    A little over the top with sentiment but it was alright for an oldie.

    It was on TNT the other morning and I got hooked. Jeanette McDonald's final movie. Lassie starred also!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sun_Comes_Up

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    21 Jump Street (2012)
    I couldn't get my mind off you all day.
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    The great and powerful oz

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    A possibly serious film made ridiculous by the excesses of a director unable to forego the inclusion of pink colored cigarettes.

    A Single Man (2009).

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    What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?

    Geraldine Page
    Ruth Gordon

    Odd little campy late 60s film. Page is awesome. Gordon is always a joy to watch. Story is a bit thin but still holds interest.

    I don't know how I missed this one. It was on TCM the other night and I stayed up past 2am watching it.

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    Will & Grace (DVD Season One): Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Meagan Mullaly
    Wow... I could barely finish season one.
    Will is such a control freak and Grace herself is annoying.
    I found myself skipping most of the Will and Grace scenes because they are so irritating together.
    The only ones I enjoy watching are Jack and Karen. Karen is like proto-Pam (True Blood).
    She is friggin hilarious and kudos to the actress and writers for making her so enjoyable to watch.

    Caveman (DVD): Ringo Starr, Shelley Long, Dennis Quaid, John Matuszak
    I vaguely remember seeing this as a child and finding it hilarious. I still find it "cute" in some ways today. Ringo may not be a Shakespearean actor but he is quite likable here.
    Its so fascinating sometimes when you see an actor when they were so young and wide eyed.
    Dennis Quaid looks so delicious here with his glazed look and dressed in caveman gear.
    There are quite a bit of homo-erotic elements here, the most obvious is the scene between Ringo and his rival John Matuszak.
    I don't know how that came about but I am glad it did, John was a big man... very nice, very nice indeed.

    Movie 43 (DVD): Kate Winslett, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Dennis Quaid, Greg Kinnear, Naomi Watts, Liev Shrieber, Elizabeth Banks, Josh Duhamel... etc.

    This movie plays out much like Seth MacFarlane's side gags from Family Guy or that direct to DVD Cavalcade of something something that he released a few years back. Its a bunch of skits played out, some humourous and most, not!

    The first skit is with Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman. Somewhat humourous but its a one note joke that plays out all the usual jokes.
    There is one with Naomi Watts and Liev Shreiber which is tonnes of creepy...
    There is a skit with Gerard Butler as a Leprechaun which was somewhat funny if it had been more fleshed out.
    The one with Halle Berry and the White British guy was kind of funny.
    Oh and there is the one with Elizabeth Banks and Josh Duhamel and a cartoon cat which was quite hilarious, gross and way too short.
    It's a mixed bag, most will hate it and some will likely love it. I am indifferent to it.

    Grave of the Fireflies (Blu): An animated movie from studio Ghibli.
    Anyway, I had to check this one out because I love the previous works from this studio (Spirited Away, Princess Monoke, etc.)
    The animation is always beautiful from this studio, as is the story. Though not a fantasy story this time out, its a war-time story about a boy and his baby sister in some Japanese countryside. If you have never seen the film, please check it out.

    Cleopatra 50th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray: Elizabethe Taylor, some old guy, another old guy...
    Okay, the only reason I bought this was to see the spectacular sets which are quite marvelous, not to mention Ms. Taylor's extravagant costumes for the film. Now I haven't had time to review the special features but will look into them at some point.
    The film itself is quite alright but historically, Cleopatra was reportedly ugly and a skank.
    I imagine a remake would have to be XXX-rated and star some porn actress and some porn studs.

    Adventure Time Season 1 & 2 (Blu): John Dimaggio, Jeremy Shada, spongebob's voice, etc.
    This little gem of a show kind of snuck up on me. I was checking out one of the toon networks and came across this... I had to get the series. Its funny, groovy and features a great cast and some hilarious dialogue.
    Its one of those shows that is for kids but some humour or dialogue would only be understandable to adults.

    The Day After Tomorrow (Blu): Dennis Quaid, Jakc Gyllenthall, etc.
    Yes... I love disaster porn like a lot of people. As silly as the movie is, its got quite some great setups and scenarios which provide lots of brainless action.
    Jake doesn't look quite as good here as I remember, he looks like a butch lesbian woman most of the time.
    Not that I am saying that butch lesbian women are ugly or anything... I'm just saying that in this instance, eww!

    That is all for now. *I know that this isn't a DVD/Blu-Ray forum review site.

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    What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?

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    Odd little campy late 60s film. Page is awesome. Gordon is always a joy to watch. Story is a bit thin but still holds interest.

    I don't know how I missed this one. It was on TCM the other night and I stayed up past 2am watching it.
    I love this film. I suggest you also watch "Let's Scare Jessica to Death" (1971). It's a slow burn but very creepy!


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    ^ Thanks, gotta check it out

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    Man of Steel

    Thought it was just okay.
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    I saw it as a preteen at a Saturday matinee and that damn Cyclops scared the hell out of me.
    But I think it speaks to the ages.

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    Destricted (2006), eight experimental shorts on the subject of sex/porn. Includes Matthew Barney's Hoist, in which a "green man" encounters a white, slippery drive shaft and a typically rape-y, whirling Gaspar Noe offering, We Fuck Alone.

    I loved this wonderful piece by Marilyn Minter. Green Pink Caviar. Best watched in some better format than YouTube, but nonetheless:

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