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    Captain America The Winter Soldier. I loved it. I'll see it again this weekend!
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    Had an "oldies" night the other night. Watched Congo with a few of my buds....don't know how I sat through it.

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    Mean Girls. The best movie of all time.

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    Thor: The Dark World - well made, well acted, visually beautiful, occasionally funny, and all-around entertaining... but there's really not much of a story here.

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    The original (1973) Day of the Jackal, directed by Fred Zinnemann. Highly recommended.
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    The Boys in the Band... again.

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    Derek Jarman's flamboyant biography of Wittgenstein (1993).
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Derek Jarman's flamboyant biography of Wittgenstein (1993).
    Are there any nude men in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Are there any nude men in it?
    It's totally chaste.
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    ^ in that case, I won't bother.

    His first film was sexy. All the others were extremely depressing if not just plain bad.

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    I wouldn't go out of my way to recommend it.

    It's interesting for many reasons, though. Tilda Swinton is in it...it's colorful...Jarman has a unique, somewhat silly style...Terry Eagleton co-wrote the script...it's from an early explicitly gay director. None of such makes it especially compelling on its own, unfortunately. I re-watched Sebastiane (members ahoy) recently, and don't remember much about Edward II. Haven't seen Aria or Caravaggio.
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    Tedious farce, The Pickwick Papers (1952) based on Dickens.
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    All of Jarman's films were made on a shoestring and I reckon he was sick with alcohol or AIDS on the later ones.

    Matilda Swinton, IMHO, is the poor-mans-Vanessa-Redgrave and has those beady rabbit eyes like Geraldine McEwan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Tedious farce, The Pickwick Papers (1952) based on Dickens.
    Are you a Dickensite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I knew I'd added the film to my queue from somewhere here.
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    I watched Die Welle yesterday, and thought it was pretty good. Just started Rosa Luxemburg by the wonderful Margarethe von Trotta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    All of Jarman's films were made on a shoestring and I reckon he was sick with alcohol or AIDS on the later ones.

    Matilda Swinton, IMHO, is the poor-mans-Vanessa-Redgrave and has those beady rabbit eyes like Geraldine McEwan.
    You can blame Thatcher for the lack of budget, and her hatred for anything artistic.
    What made you think he was an alcoholic? The HIV/AIDs certainly did play an effect by the end though, with him losing his sight. Although in some ways it led to one of the strangest and moving pieces of his art in Blue. I know you will probably hate it, but at the time AIDS was still something we did not talk about. So to see Channel Four and BBC3 do something like that was very moving.
    Redgrave and Swinton (not sure why you called her Matilda, seeing as it's her credits always go down as Tilda) are quite different in my mind - both very fine actresses of very different films.

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    JohnnyA, are you familiar with Jarman's works? I'll add Blue to my list, is there anything else you think is especially good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    ...Swinton (not sure why you called her Matilda...
    Matilda is her real name. Cate Blanchette is another wannabe Vanessa Redgrave who's popular with US casting directors and Clooney at the moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    You can blame Thatcher for the lack of budget...
    What has she got to do with Jarman? She didn't finance Jarman's inexpensive films. Do you expect the government to pay for every scrap of art produced in each country? The BBC is very lavishly funded by the British taxpayers—

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ng-enough.html
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...two-years.html

    The fat, over-fed BBC Nabobs want lavish, "inspiring" offices while Jarman was dieing in a garret.
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    ...the strangest and moving pieces of his art in Blue...So to see Channel Four and BBC3 do something like that was very moving....
    Art is a two-way process of perceptions. What 'moves' you now may not move you in five years time.

    I haven't seen Blue. But I was bored to pieces by Tempest, Jubilee, Carravaggio and Richard II which were all obviously, desperately PUNK and perverse and designed to shock the 1980s viewers and ignore the source material and remain ultimately soul-less and empty. The last two films were obviously photographed with a Super 8 camera inside inside a large cardboard box.

    I bet you your next meal that if Jarman was still alive he'd be spending 5 million on each movie. Just like Greenaway.

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    Frozen

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    Jarman's subsequent films appear pointedly perverse and deathly because Sebastiane, his first major one, was so erotic—






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    I think we could fairly describe Sebastiane as deathly and perverse, too.
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    The Comebacks, and before that Saving Silverman and Ride Along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    JohnnyA, are you familiar with Jarman's works? I'll add Blue to my list, is there anything else you think is especially good?
    I have watched all his feature length films over the years and enjoyed all of them. I think the earlier stuff is better in a way. Jubilee is my personal favorite.

    I can't really advise Blue in a way, as its a really experimental piece rather than a film. It was just as he had gone blind, so he put together music which played on BBC Radio 3 while a blue screen (his sight at that point) was played on Channel 4. It was shocking and out there, as all of Jarman's work is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Matilda is her real name. Cate Blanchette is another wannabe Vanessa Redgrave who's popular with US casting directors and Clooney at the moment.
    Mathilda is her middle name, her real name is Katherine - Tilda is how she is credited in films because on the union.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    What has she got to do with Jarman? She didn't finance Jarman's inexpensive films. Do you expect the government to pay for every scrap of art produced in each country? The BBC is very lavishly funded by the British taxpayers—
    While she has nothing particularly to do with Jarman per-say, she did kill the British film industry with the removal of the Eady Levy. Everyone use to film in the UK and turn large profits for the country, due to the fact risk was reduced. She did not like this either way, and took it away. This led to a massive period of decline we are only just coming out of due to tax breaks at least being offered. Not that these tax breaks help out people at the lower end of the scale mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Art is a two-way process of perceptions. What 'moves' you now may not move you in five years time.

    I haven't seen Blue. But I was bored to pieces by Tempest, Jubilee, Carravaggio and Richard II which were all obviously, desperately PUNK and perverse and designed to shock the 1980s viewers and ignore the source material and remain ultimately soul-less and empty. The last two films were obviously photographed with a Super 8 camera inside inside a large cardboard box.

    I bet you your next meal that if Jarman was still alive he'd be spending 5 million on each movie. Just like Greenaway.
    You might be right you might be wrong. I don't mind you dislike them at all, that is fine. I just said I enjoyed them, and wondered why you took to assuming that Jarman had a drinking problem.

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    The Texas Chainsaw (2013). Terrible acting job, bland film IMO, thank God there was a hottie (after I goggled) named Shaun Sipos LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    ... the Eady Levy...
    That tax-break had to be renamed, rethought and reorganised because too much English cash was being given to American moguls wanting the subsidy to make product like—

    Alien.

    Superman

    Mission Impossible.

    Small films like Jarman's were missing out. But I firmly reckon Thatcher provided a useful focus for his all-consuming anger in Jubilee and his other angry punk-Shakespeare efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    That tax-break had to be renamed, rethought and reorganised because too much English cash was being given to American moguls wanting the subsidy to make product like—

    Alien.

    Superman

    Mission Impossible.

    Small films like Jarman's were missing out. But I firmly reckon Thatcher provided a useful focus for his all-consuming anger in Jubilee and his other angry punk-Shakespeare efforts.
    Tax breaks and subsidiaries do increase local productions though, look at the German industry following the introduction of the DFFF. Not only do they make money out of the big Hollywood films coming to town (large % of the money have to be spent in Germany, as well as the employment it brings and keeps), but it also produces a huge flourish local industry. Before the recent success out of Germany they had very few directors known outside of D-A-CH and the wider Deutscher Sprachraum - maybe Herzog, Haneke and a few other New Wave directors for people who like that sort of thing. But since then they have had huge international hits.

    You are right the anger did fuel everything good in this country for a number of years, so I guess if that is her legacy so be it.

    My last film was the glorious Rosa Luxemburg by Margarethe von Trotta

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    Duncan Jones on the futuristic worry that we are less than we want to be, Moon (2009).



    And one of his short films, Whistle (2002), too. An assassin has a bad day at work.
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    The Amazing Spiderman 2. Not as good as the first but still waaaayyyyy better than Spiderman 3.
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    Everybody seemed to think Cool Hand Luke (1967) was a world-shaker, but I agreed with another that he was more guts than brains.
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    Recent movie...Finding Vivian Maier. Odd woman (photographer), terrific candid pictures. Limited distribution but worthwhile.

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    The American President (1995)


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    Over The Top (1987)

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    Cool Hand Luke (1967) had a big gut in that egg scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Cool Hand Luke (1967) had a big gut in that egg scene.
    It didn't impress me.
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    Dune (1984)


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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    The Amazing Spiderman 2.

    MEH.
    My thoughts as well. I was in Vegas at the Red Rock casino's IMAX. Grown ass men dressed in costume! There was one young man there in a costume that looked just like Andrew Garfield. Only this kid sported a bigger bulge!

    I also saw Cap't America...lots of eye candy there!
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    It's like by Alfred Hitchcock and it's got lots of cocks.

    You can't figure out of 'the stranger' is the hero who enters this new world of the gay beat or the sexy man who may be a killer or the charmingly blasé hetero policeman or the asexual fat observer.

    Excellent and with no pixelised fakery!!

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    Cap'n America: The Winter Soldier.

    Great action sequences, plus Chris and Scarlett had some heat going on.
    Once you put your hand in the flame you can never be the same.
    There's a certain satisfaction in a little bit of pain.

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    I was on a gay steak for coming out films so I re-watched Get Real, Just A Question of Love (french) and Beautiful Thing. Greeeeat movies. Beautiful Thing is still my fave.

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    Addams Family Values

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    The Robocop reboot. It was okay.

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    Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), mentioned by Rubber Rat upthread.



    Mirk and silence are undercut by the terrors of a young woman escaping from a cult. Well-written, cool palette. The director's $500 short precursor, Mary Last Seen made a bookend to it.

    Also, I'm a sucker for the idiotic franchise, so, Final Destination 5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Also, I'm a sucker for the idiotic franchise
    Sounds fun.

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    seen in this month - so far:

    03 - Just A Sigh (Le temps de l'aventure) / 2013
    04 - Marley & Me: The Puppy Years
    05 - The Amazing Spider-Man 2 / 3D / ETX-Dolby Atmos
    06 - Nymphomaniac Vol. 1 / Bluray
    07 - Nymphomaniac Vol. 2 / Bluray
    07 - Jodorowsky's Dune

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    The 2nd Hobbit film, it was going ok had an issue with the SFXs and then that Ahole Stephen Fry turned up seriously cannot have the man.
    "Flipping Dykes I though they were a myth like Weapons of Mass Destruction" Grace Adler.

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