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    Well, it looks like I'm the only one who cares about American independence!!!!

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    My brother recommended "The Heat" with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy and I saw it tonight. It's a comedy and I enjoyed it. I recommend it.

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    Man of Steel. Pretty good movie.

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    I think my Noboru Iguchi (well-known in the West stuff) ratings go in this order:

    1) Machine Girl
    2) Tokyo Gore Police
    3) Mutant Girls Squad (which I just watched)
    4) RoboGeisha

    Not including the wonderful F is for Fart, and haven't seen Dead Sushi yet.

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    In the last few weeks.... (I'm still in 2011 on my list)


    Thor

    There Be Dragons

    The Way

    Priest

    Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

    Midnight in Paris

    Blitz

    Kung Fu Panda 2

    The Tree of Life

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    The Eagle. It was OK.

    Gladiator. It was the first time I watched it. I liked it more than The Eagle.

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    Martyrs (2009).

    Beneath a patina of extreme violence is a really clever little movie.

    Some seem to mistake its quasi-religiosity as pretense; I think Martyrs has more in common with the pop comic wit of Rosemary's Baby than the brutal illuminations of Bergman. No matter how well-crafted the storytelling, its "philosophy" isn't meant to come across too seriously.

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    I expected El Bulli: Cooking in Progress (2010) to be not much more than a commercial for Ferran Adria. Of course, it is. But it's also a genuine illustration of what it's like to be a chef, just slowed down a hundred-thousand fold by means of Adria's extravagant budget. Probably not interesting for a general audience unless you are bored and rich.


    You can tell Romero has his heart in the right place with Land of the Dead (2005). Unfortunately, it comes across like a television episode with its hackneyed allegory, cartoon characters and bland thrills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I think my Noboru Iguchi (well-known in the West stuff) ratings go in this order:

    1) Machine Girl
    2) Tokyo Gore Police
    3) Mutant Girls Squad (which I just watched)
    4) RoboGeisha

    Not including the wonderful F is for Fart, and haven't seen Dead Sushi yet.

    Thank you I now have new movies to look for
    RoboGeisha and Tokyo Gore Police will always be in my top ten
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pianist View Post
    The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958). The acting was cheesy (the lead was Kerwin Mathews who was gay) and the plot even more-so, but golly, Ray Harryhausen. Plus the nostalgia factor. I saw it as a preteen at a Saturday matinee and that damn Cyclops scared the hell out of me.
    I just watched a special on Ray Harryhausen. Such a talented man. My first exposure to his art was "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974) at age eleven. . My cool dad took me to the drive-in to see the movie.


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    I just added to my Netlfix queue. Thanks!

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    Epod85 and RR, here's Iguchi's F is for Fart, from The ABCs of Death. It's just five minutes long, and will take you beyond the boundaries of good taste.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=559_1360038706
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    Gangster Squad. Sean Penn is a fantastic actor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Epod85 and RR, here's Iguchi's F is for Fart, from The ABCs of Death. It's just five minutes long, and will take you beyond the boundaries of good taste.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=559_1360038706
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    A young matriarch of an Ozark Squirrel-Eating Clan battles the witch-queens of the rival Meth Clan. Winter's Bone (2010).


    An outsider makes a lovely, if somewhat colonial, appraisal of Taiwanese cuisine. The Raw and the Cooked: A culinary Tour through Taiwan (2012).
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    not as funny as i thought it would be...

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    Chisum - John Wayne. Seen it 50 times or more, great movie.

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    X-Men: First Class

    Super 8

    Green Lantern

    Cars 2

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    TED on HBO

    I wasn't expecting much but it had its moments.

    Ted: "Turkey burgers? Are we having homosexuals over for dinner??"

    Ted: Well he only had three other batches (of weed): "Gorilla Panic", "They're coming! They're coming!" and something called "This Is Permanent"..



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    The Heat. One of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time.
    The Long Ranger. Very disappointed with this movie. Too long and too boring. The best part of the movie was the last 1/2 hour of the movie where there was some action.

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    Last night I saw "The Lone Ranger". It was good and I enjoyed it, but it wasn't too special. It was given a "B" rating by the critics and I agree, it was not an "A", but was worth seeing.

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    Gone In 60 Seconds (1974)

    Solid car chase scene stuff for the last 40 minutes or so. The first portion of the film you can pretty much skip.

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    The Lion King

    I have no idea what all the hype is about. Other than the wonderful 'Circle of Life' opening, it was only okay.
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    Just downloaded The Amazing Spiderman of last year. Quite good.

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    Watched Bullitt and Vanishing Point today. Both real solid movies.

    Later on the agenda is to watch The Blues Brothers.

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    The Driver - 1978
    Mad Max - 1979
    The Junkman - 1982

    Been really into watching Car movies or movies with good car chase scenes in them lately. I've never been huge into cars and I don't even drive myself but I'm loving it. Although the Halicki films are a lot about the stunts and crashing cars for the sake of crashing cars, which is fine by me, they're fun to watch.

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    Camp (2003)



    It was okay. Reminded me of Glee.
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    I watched The Shawshank Redemption for the first time last night. Great movie but a little unbelievable near the ending.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111161/

    Morgan Freeman is terrific in everything he does...

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    The Conjuring.

    Excellent. Well acted. Well written. Some jump in your seat moments. Several, in fact.

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    Angels in America for the bazillionth time. Still great, no matter how many times I watch it.
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    The Conjuring.

    Excellent. Well acted. Well written. Some jump in your seat moments. Several, in fact.
    I saw it Friday afternoon and agree. I'm a huge horror geek and the film creeped me out. Lili Taylor and Vera Farmiga's performances were excellent.

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    Inception (2010) requires a gargantuan credulity from the viewer to vanquish its gargantuan absurdity. I couldn't muster it.

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    I giorni dell'abbandono
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    I giorni dell'abbandono
    Too bad I can't find a trailer with English subtitles. IMDB gives it a rather weak 5.9. You don't bother with any reflections.

    I feel totally uninterested.
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    Jagten (The Hunt)

    And all of sudden I'm crushing on Bravo Delta.

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    Only God Forgives.

    Good revenge film with good cinematography and style. A bit violent too, but it isn't gratuitous. The film isn't completely straight forward either, but the pieces are there to fill in the blanks.

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    "The Call" (Halle Berry/Abigail Breslin). Grade: 7.5/10

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    The first time I watched My Side of the Mountain (1969) I was so young I couldn't comprehend that people spoke languages other than my own English (Canadian French, in this case.)

    Decades later, it remains a terrific fantasy for anyone who feels the restorativeness of the natural world.

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    The Great Gatsby (2013)



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    The Wolverine, much improved on Origins choppy in parts but Jackman is amazing in it plus you get to see some of his naked ass!
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    ^ well that's worth the admission price alone.

    Pacific Rim 2D version/Digital (I guess all films of this expense are digital these days)

    Above average for this type of film. It's basically Transformers meets Godzilla monsters from outer space. Entertaining enough to be worth the trip. Including the storyline, which, amazingly it actually had a pretty good one. The acting is good, characters were surprisingly well developed and enjoyable to watch. Some funny lines/scenes as well. Over the top action sequences which I, personally, would NOT want to endure in 3D.

    Note to any True Blood fans. The guy who plays Ben Flynn (Warlow vampire fairie) has a lead role and he looks very hot. Charlie Day is also adorkable in it. Along with the lead male actor who is absolutely gorgeous (Charlie Hunnam). Another main character is played by the hunky guy who was the ships captain in Prometheus. (Idris Elba)

    I will be buying this on blu-ray just for the guy candy.

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    Like the last movie I mentioned above, I watched one about leaving home. In this case, it was a documentary which resonates with me romantically about those who've transitioned across borders.

    Hippie Masala (2006).

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    Maniac (2012)

    Solid remake. Elijah Wood was properly creepy and disturbing. Solid amount of gore that just made you feel a bit uncomfortable. Awesome soundtrack, sounds like something that came from a 70's/80's horror flick.

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    I watched "The Double" recently. A fine suspense thriller movie with plenty of twists. Some of it is given away in the beginning of the movie, but that only thickens the intrique and suspense as you are empathizing with the protagonist. Ending could have been resolve slightly better though.

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    Colombiana which I found really good.
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    I saw Fruitvale Station last night. Great movie. Very sad true story. Michael B Jordan the star of the movie is a total hottie!

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    Make Way for Tomorrow (1937).

    Thankless children put their own happiness before that of their elderly parents.

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    A woman might be granted all the fearsome powers of a phallus. But at the end of the day she's still just a woman...

    Rabid (1977).



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