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    Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel and Ana Paquin in The Piano

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    Kick-Ass

    ...it sorta kicked ass...
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    'The Town'

    Saw it on Saturday, it was pretty good. B+
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    The Other Guys (Cinema)

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    Shyamalan is such a knob. This was terrible, right?

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    Shyamalan is such a knob. This was terrible, right?
    No, it was actually pretty cool

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    I've never been the Cronenberg fan that many people are. So I was unexcited to watch Scanners which I haven't seen since I was a teenager.

    What a terrific surprise. It'd be petty of me to cite its faults in light of its excellences.

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    "Let The Right One In"

    Sweedish Vampire film...but it's so much more than a vampire movie. Really enjoyed it. Hopefully the American version that comes out this week or next week "Let Me In" is good...from the trailer it seems as if they are heavily promoting it as a horror movie, but I really wouldn't classify "Let The Right One In" as a horror movie per se

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    A 1993 Jet Li movie, Lord of the Wu Tang. Ridiculous fun.

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    Just got back from The Social Network, and it was awesome. I almost didn't want to watch it, but finally reconsidered, and I'm glad I did.

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    1989's The Church from director Michele Soavi. I think it's worth watching just to listen to Philip Glass in an 80's Italian horror setting (one track even performed by Goblin.) Fun clockwork imagery.
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    The Count of Monte Cristo. I love revenge dramas.

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    The Missing Lynx.

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    I had the afternoon to kill, so I watched this for the bazillionth time...





    So terrible that Howard Ashman, responsible for some of the songs and even a producer for the movie, had to pass away before the premiere of the film; he never saw the final product.
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    Bronson- Based on a true story I knew nothing about and I have no idea how truthful it is, but it was damn good. It was very stylized, and structured much like a play. The acting was superb. Nudity, violence, cool music: all things I enjoy in films. Highly recommend to those attracted to big beefy British prison inmates stripping down and oiling up before doing things like beating men to a pulp or creating art.

    The White Ribbon- An absolute classic. I've never loved Haneke, but this film is just superb! Very worthy of its Palmde D'or. Bleak but beautiful.

    The Social Network- Made me hate my generation.

    In the Realm of the Senses- Beautiful, erotic, and ultimately disturbing. Where's the gay version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arpeggi View Post
    The White Ribbon- An absolute classic. I've never loved Haneke, but this film is just superb! Very worthy of its Palmde D'or. Bleak but beautiful.
    Added to my queue.
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    1977's Shock Waves. Blonde-haired aquatic zombies wearing goggles plague a shipwrecked group of pleasureboaters on a deserted Caribbean island. Somehow, not very good.
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    Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,

    I quite enjoyed it in those moments when I understood wtf they were talking about.

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    Last new movie? The Social Network. I actually...really loved it! I thought the ending was a little anticlimactic though, but it didn't ruin the rest of it in the least bit.

    Last movie of any movie I saw was Mrs. Doubtfire last night as I got into bed. One of my favorites.

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    The Hurtlocker.
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    The Eyes of Laura Mars (1978 ). This glossy Hollywood thriller still holds up well (even with the dated clothing/hairsyles). Faye Dunaway lapses into histrionics a number of times which amps up the camp value.

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    Babies.

    I rented the Blu-ray of it. For those who don't know it is a documentary about how babies are raised in different parts of the world. Very adorable and a lot of fun.

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    Saw 3D

    It was entertaining for what it was. A good 'leave your brain at the door' kinda movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I've never been the Cronenberg fan that many people are. So I was unexcited to watch Scanners which I haven't seen since I was a teenager.

    What a terrific surprise. It'd be petty of me to cite its faults in light of its excellences.
    Have you seen Cronenberg's early horror films, specifically Rabid and Shivers? They're both good and fun to watch. Looking at them both today they have some cheezy moments, but it was the 70s afterall! The Brood was his first real masterpiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laikaNYC View Post
    Have you seen Cronenberg's early horror films, specifically Rabid and Shivers? They're both good and fun to watch. Looking at them both today they have some cheezy moments, but it was the 70s afterall! The Brood was his first real masterpiece.
    It's been awhile. I may have to add back some more Cronenberg to my cue to re-watch. The Brood is overdue, maybe I'll throw Rabid in also.

    Shivers, with its superior US release title They Came from Within, is especially memorable. How come the premise hasn't been exploited more?
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    The Social Network

    Very very good. Andrew Garfield is AMAZING.
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    Well, let's see. It's Halloween, so I watched:

    1. Mad Monster Party:



    2. The Disney version of Ichabod Crane:



    3. And of course, It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown:



    I usually watch the 1931 Dracula (Bela Lugosi), but I guess I'm going to miss it this year.
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    My last movie was LA Confidential and I was surprised at how good it was. And what a stellar cast.

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    David Lean's Great Expectations. Simple elements combined to brilliant effect.

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    Ugh, Saw 3D. I'm that big of a fan, but my boy is. The acting was atrocious and the 3D was cheap, not exactly surpassing expectations here. But the gross factor didn't really disappoint, so I suppose that's all that really counts. I hadn't seen any past the third, but it seems when these films started out they weren't only gory, but just FELT a bit more demented, and kinda messed with your head a bit. This one was just lame. The characters were lame, some of which had nothing to do with anything. Either this film makes me think the first actually had something to it, or I and audiences alike have just grown more callous to watching people suffer so much that we don't need to think about their suffering, just find the suffering entertaining in general.

    MacGruber. Not as funny as I'd hoped. Just kinda silly. The same few jokes repeated throughout, and not too funny of jokes at that. I laughed a little bit but I can't remember what at. Where's the SNL Kristen Wiig movie? She's the funniest cast member in years with little to do in this rather unnecessary movie. Something based on any one of her sketches would be better than this.

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    I got Donnie Darko out a bit ago to watch tonight since I thought it would be a good Halloween movie.

    But then I came into this thread and thought about it...and I think Donnie Darko was the last movie I watched before today as well. It was a few weeks ago but I honestly can't think of any other movie I've recently watched.

    Social Network was the last movie I saw in theaters though.

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    A BBC documentary I hadn't heard of--A State of Mind, on the staging of North Korea's version of Avatar, the stadiumtastic Mass Games. Though the documentary seems to compromise its discretion, it remains fascinating given the premium on access to the DPRK.
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    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo last night.

    Going to watch The Girl Who Played with Fire tonight.

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    Charlie St Cloud oh ZAC... the movie wasn't a masterpiece but he was amazing...

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    Saw 3D, going to see Easy A tonight.

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    I watched 2 movies while at work today....

    The Kids Are All Right
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    Nice Guy Johnny
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l057vtyt1Qo[/ame]

    The Kids Are All Right was a great film...if Annette Benning and Julianne Moore (more so Benning) don't get nominated for Best Actress then it's a damn shame.

    Nice Guy Johnny was an enjoyable film...nothing amazing...but it wasn't bad by any means...I thought the guy that played Johnny and Kerri Bishe(from Scrbus 2.0) were great in it.

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    Recently saw Galaxy Quest, Sam Rockwell and Justin Long were pretty cute, and funny too!

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    Hausu.
    Only passable as a movie, but as a typhoon of imagery, extraordinary.

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    um, Splice.
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    Persuasion, the 1995 adaptation of Jane Austen's novel. It was for English Lit class, I swear!
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    If you are going to make a film as provocatively ugly as Funny Games (1997, original version) then it should be in the service of some greater idea. If not, the shock comes off as trite. This is trite...and pretentious to boot.
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    Due Date- Kind of funny. I found myself laughing at things the audience wasn't, and the audience laughing when I wasn't. It's basically Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, but the characters just aren't particularly likable. Galifinakis is funny. Downey jr.'s character is just an unforgivable asshole though. I'm pretty sure he's supposed to seem redeemed by the end, but I didn't buy it.

    Splice- Mostly disappointing. I read this being compared to the Fly, but it comes off a bit more like Species, albeit less enjoyable. A forgettable, miscast film with an intriguing concept and decent script.

    The Human Centipede- I rarely enjoy horror movies, especially modern ones, and never consider them "scary". But this movie completely exceeded my expectations of modern horror. What seems like merely a cringe-worthy concept heated up with a couple bimbos, a little blood, and a creepy villain ends up being a well-paced and admittedly "scary" experience.

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    The Loved Ones.

    A good Australian horror flick.

    I recommend it.....
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    Had some downtime today, so I watched "Muppets Take Manhattan". Yeah, I'm so cultured.

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    Didn't get around to seeing it in theaters, but I just watched Paranormal Activity. Not the scariest movie in the world, but for what it was, it was well-done.

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    Y'all are gonna shoot me for this one, but I watched "A Christmas Carol" (1951 version with Alistair Sims). Yes, yes I know: "It's only November 11th!!!"
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    Star Trek: First Contact

    Watched this the other day. Yes, I'm a nerd.
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    2010 nightmare on elm street remake

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    1976's The Food of the Gods. A scene with gigantic killer poultry is fun but the rest is turgid. Apparently, a new version is in the works.
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    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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