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    The Wolf of Wall Street

    Even though it was really good, it was rather long, 3 hours of movie is a bit too much.

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    A bad reason for a good soundtrack. The Black Belly of the Tarantula (1971).

    Ennio Morricone provides the music to an otherwise boring giallo.
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    I'm on a Disney kick lately...



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    I have just finished Being Julia (Annette Benning, Jeremy Irons). It's been a while since I didn't see such an intense and intricate yet unconventional love story so well interpreted! Anyone else has watched it?

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    1)Flight, good movie until the typical AA ending. Could have been more, daring, and not so preachy at closing.
    2)Chernobyl diaries , not another fucking horror movie with camera bounce and all in night. I knew it was over once the dome light went out in the stalled van.
    3) Blood Sucking Freaks. I still love watching this over and over when they strap down the girl in the dentist chair and drill a hole in her skull then pull her teeth out and shove their cocks in her mouth so she won't bite. Its a bit gross though when they soup her brains with the screwdriver, she should have learned how to give head better.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Resident Evil

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    "Mr. Belvedere Goes to College" Shirley Temple as an adult still seems like Shirley Temple, but less fun.

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    Winter's Tale. It was a bit of a strange movie. I didn't care for the Russell Crowe character. I enjoyed watching Colin Farrell in the movie. Nice eye candy.LOL

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    Oblivion. I was surprised at how good this movie was. The story was well written, literate and interesting. I'm not a big Tom Cruise fan but I have to say he was very good in this film and even downright hot. That's something I haven't thought since Top Gun.


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    Prometheus

    Wasn't bad.

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    kill your darlings EXCELLENT

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    This must be the place. Direct by Paolo Sorrentino, with Sean Penn


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    The Incredible Burt Wonderstone



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    Too long by as much as an hour.

    Nonetheless, one of the most complex, fucked up and insightful films I've seen.

    The Act of Killing (2012).

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    A Hong Kong boxer is embroiled in a gloppy battle with black magicians. The Boxer's Omen (1983).

    Some nifty visuals, lots of guts, and a great regurgitated-fruit eating scene.

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    Saving Mr Banks. Made me cry.

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    NIGHT OF THE IGUANA -- I had assumed Ava Gardner was always hired for her looks, but here she really put a lot into her role.

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    Philomena

    Lovely and moving.

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    The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'


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    If Troma produced LVT...

    Hobo with a Shotgun (2011).

    I enjoyed.

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    Dallas Buyers Club...and I thoroughly hated it.

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    Deepa Mehta directs Rushdie's script of Midnight's Children (2012).

    I admit not being a fan of the novel, and didn't find the movie much better. But Mehta's cinematography is lovely and the film (in spite of what I find lacking in Rushdie's story) is provocative.

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    Gay Dude



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    Frozen [2013/Disney]

    I found it's a little boring because of the songs. But the effects are incredible.

    6/10

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    Thor The Dark World.
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    The Cleveland International Film Festival starts Thursday, March 20th and runs through Sunday, March 30th. They are offering 212 movie choices (actually more movies because some short ones are grouped together) including quite a few LGBT films. They'll show each just two or three times. I just bought my tickets today for nine movies. Every year I went to more until last year I saw 16, but that was too many and I needed to cut back. I will be seeing "Continental" about the baths in NYC, and "Five Dances", and "Test" among others. "Farmland" will be more of a documentary about current farming. I'm looking forward to all of these.

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    Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness.
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    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

    Meh.
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    When I first saw Jodorowsky's The Holy Mountain (1973) in the early nineties I didn't like it. I thought its fluidity was tantamount to nonsense. Now, that strikes me as a dull and juvenile reaction to a coherent work.



    Plus, fewer films are so sumptuous. If you watch it anytime soon, it's vital to seek out the restored version.

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    Yesterday:



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    pretty average - Gary Oldman though - wow!

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    this was ok, i'm not really a star trek fan, i've never seen an episode of the show from the sixties, but i AM a fan of chris pine!!! yummmm!! 2 hours with chris pine!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysterious122 View Post
    Howl's Moving Castle
    Terrific film. Miyazaki's a genius.

    His latest, The Wind Rises is supposed to be superb, but probably will be his last film.

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    .
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    It Happens Every Spring (old)

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    An imbecilic Sikh devotional in which fidelity to God cures infertility and paralysis Sat Sri Akal (2008).
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    b/c i'm a scifi nerd...

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    The Muppets: Most Wanted.

    I don't go out of my way to see "all ages" type movies these days, but this one was definite start-to-finish laughs.
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    A groovy soundtrack and some bizarre sexuality does little to save Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice (1972) from tedium.
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    The woodshed scene between Bradley Cooper and Michael Ian Black isn't as hot as it's hyped to be. You can barely see any skin at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sumtingwong View Post
    The woodshed scene between Bradley Cooper and Michael Ian Black isn't as hot as it's hyped to be. You can barely see any skin at all.
    The last film I watched is strangely super connected to this film! It was Sleepaway Camp, a terrible terrible horror movie from the 80s forgotten by most, but that the makers of Wet Hot American Summer based a tonne of scenes and characters off

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    The last film I watched is strangely super connected to this film! It was Sleepaway Camp, a terrible terrible horror movie from the 80s forgotten by most, but that the makers of Wet Hot American Summer based a tonne of scenes and characters off
    You mean, terribly wonderful! I certainly remember it, but can't tell you a thing about WHAS.

    I know either Sleepaway Camp part 2 or 3 is also reputably interesting, been meaning to add one to my queue.
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    I'm on a roll with uninteresting movies. Stuart Gordon's Castle Freak (1995) is purportedly based on Lovecraft's The Outsider. It's not.
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    Captain America The Winter Solider which was a class film from start to finish.
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    finally saw this today. highly recommended.

    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/thre...budapest-hotel

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    Make the Yuletide Gay (2009)
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    music documentary:


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    Just watched Event Horizon with the housemates. Loved it. Creepy setting, chilling vibe, and good acting.

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    Frozen - good, if not quite as brilliant as all the rave reviews had led me to believe. But it's right up there with Mulan in terms of strong moral message. And Kristoff can join Flynn Rider and Prince Eric in my wank fantasies. Actually, Prince Hans can join as well.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Eighteen (2005) with Alan Cumming and the voice of Ian McKellen.


    I liked it, but it would have been much better without the "big shock" scene. It didn't work right.
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