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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrock-JD View Post
    Transformers 4 Age of Extinction
    Should've been called Endless Exhaustion
    Why it was so long I have no idea
    So much glass was broken in this movie and the line "Are you kidding me?!" I counted at least 3 times
    If Michael Bay keeps going like this Transformers 5 will need to be in two parts
    The scene with the anchor cables to the Willis Tower was so unbelievable that I just cringed and bitched at the screen the whole scene with their own over used line, "Are you KIDDING ME?!!"
    Agreed. In short, it's just another money-raking exercise.

    Off-topic, but I still refer to the Willis Tower as the Sears Tower. One of the stupidest name-changes of recent memory, that one.

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    Only Lovers Left Alive

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    Last night I saw "Begin Again" starring Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley. Adam Levine makes his acting debut. I enjoyed this movie. CeeLo Green has a small role in the movie as well.

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    The Woman in Black

    I enjoyed the film and even though it used a few jump scares I felt that the movie was properly creepy in its setting and atmosphere.

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    Angels in America

    I thought it was a bit of an acquired taste at first but then I fell in love with it. Some strong messages in this one. Had heard many great things about it and now I can see why.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    The Woman in Black

    I enjoyed the film and even though it used a few jump scares I felt that the movie was properly creepy in its setting and atmosphere.
    I remember watching this...one of my favorite horror movies. I agree the entire atmosphere of the movie is creepy.
    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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    The Purge. Not a great film but the concept of 12 hours where the rich can slaughter the poor disturbed me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Bunuel's Simon of the Desert (1965).

    Satan forces an ascetic to endure the 'opening of the wet flower of the flesh' by changing him from one man into another....
    It seems he also did that in Cet obscur objet du désir/ That Obscure Object of Desire (1977) where one character is played by two different actors.

    (I saw it a while ago and somehow have lost the desire to see it again )

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    (I saw it a while ago and somehow have lost the desire to see it again )
    I have no desire to ever again watch The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, but I really enjoyed Simon of the Desert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    The Woman in Black

    I enjoyed the film and even though it used a few jump scares I felt that the movie was properly creepy in its setting and atmosphere.
    This was a nice film. Not too scary, but not for children either. Very good plot and a cool ending!
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    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Wow! Just wow!

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2103281/?ref_=nv_sr_1

    Much better than I thought it would be.

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    Snowpiercer!

    Highly recommend it.

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    Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit nothing new but still good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrobin View Post
    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Wow! Just wow!
    I can't wait to see this!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Queer View Post
    Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit nothing new but still good.
    Still good is right. There's nothing dull about Chris Pine!!!!!



    The last film I watched was Saving Mr. Banks. It was more intersting than I thought it would be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrobin View Post
    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Wow! Just wow!

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2103281/?ref_=nv_sr_1

    Much better than I thought it would be.
    I knew it was going to be good, but I wasn't expecting it to be that damn awesome! The CGI is incredible, the acting is fantastic, and the story is exciting throughout. I might have to go see it again.


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    MRS's Browns boy's, honestly i almost peed with the dialogue, the acting and the whole bloody premise of the story, 9/10 from me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJEH89 View Post
    I can't wait to see this!!



    Still good is right. There's nothing dull about Chris Pine!!!!!



    The last film I watched was Saving Mr. Banks. It was more intersting than I thought it would be.

    Yes Chris Pine was a major factor as one I'll watch anything with the Star Trek cast in it and two I have a major crush/lusting on/for Chris Pine.

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    Rise of Planet of the Apes. Liked it but hate CGI Apes yes I know it was moulded on Andy Serkis but seriously looked dated and it's just a few years old. Liked the nudges to the original/source material through it. Probably going to see the sequel tonight. Watch Batman Under the Red Hood after Apes, another good DC Animated film.
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    Dawn of the Planets of the Apes. Again a good show but didn't find it as wonderful as some critics. Well acted by all but we have seen this story one before and in the same way.

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    Double feature!
    The Thing: John Carpenter's remake from 1982.
    The Thing: 2011.

    1982:The original remake is loads of fun and has some genuinely creepy sequences, some inventive FX work. Some of have aged reasonably well while other moments (the part where the guy's head eats the other guy's head) are unintentionally hilarious. The ending is perfect as it doesn't try to resolve anything and leaves some dread.

    2011: This prequel/remake is alright but it feels off kilter. There are some scenes which are flat and do kind of cheapen the thrill. With the advent of visual effects, this film makes the older film look well... dated. The CGI is not very convincing in most segments. Still. you see more and the film makers are able to do more but did we really need to see so much? Yes and no!

    One thing I always wondered about The Thing, why does no one try to talk to the thing? Especially when it is in human-ish form!

    I know the school of thought would be something like this:

    Perhaps it is an automatic response that when discovered it loses co-hension amongst its individual parts scattering for the nearest hiding spot.

    That's the other thing, is the thing made up of a bazillion life forms?

    Still, if they ever decide to do a final story that resolves the mystery than I would hope that a future hero or heroine would have a scene where it calms the creature down enough before it goes all break-aparty and convinces it to converse. That could be an interesting conversation.

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    We Built a Zoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Queer View Post
    Yes Chris Pine was a major factor as one I'll watch anything with the Star Trek cast in it and two I have a major crush/lusting on/for Chris Pine.


    Why?

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    I just watched So Undercover. It was alright. Light hearted, brain free entertainment.


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    Watched GBF tonight. Funny, light hearted coming out movie set in a high school. I rather liked it.


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    Deliver Us From Evil

    A deliciously frightening horror film

    I've always enjoyed watching Eric Bana
    Joel McHale was very good in this, I thought it would be weird with all the comedy exposure he has had but it did work because he did an excellent job
    He did deliver a few funny lines at the start but I actually forgot about it being him by the middle of the film

    Sean Harris was brilliant as Santino
    I recognized him from Prometheus and Showtime's The Borgais

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    Quote Originally Posted by neoachilles View Post
    I knew it was going to be good, but I wasn't expecting it to be that damn awesome! The CGI is incredible, the acting is fantastic, and the story is exciting throughout. I might have to go see it again.

    I saw it in 3D and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Even better than "Rise" with James Franco
    Good writing and awesome facial expressions on the CGI apes.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Silver Linings Playbook

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    The Geography club; made me laugh, cry & wish it had been like this in my day


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    There's nothing dull about Chris Pine!!!!!
    There is not.









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    Under The Skin - Intriguingly off kilter, and well acted; but ultimately it didn't quite come together for me. More "interesting" than "good".

    Sebastiane - Nekkid guys whoa.

    The Last Unicorn - Actually the first time I've seen this classic. Beautiful movie. The character Molly made me cry.
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    "Tact is for people who aren't clever enough to be sarcastic."

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    Lucy, was definitely a mind twister.

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    The Conspiracy. Fun mockumentary, I enjoyed it.

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    So do I go and see "Planet of the Apes"? It has just been released in France.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpnice View Post
    So do I go and see "Planet of the Apes"? It has just been released in France.
    No. It will rot your brain-cells. There aren't any pretty men in it!

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    No. It will rot your brain-cells. There aren't any pretty men in it!
    Th?e special effects are meant to be great; does that mean we get see all the male monkeys' penises
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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Very well made, very entertaining. But it also follows the Marvel formula quite rigidly, meaning it never quite manages to be more than very well made and very entertaining.

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    Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) (2010).

    Because all the wealth and ability of Bollywood is aimed chiefly at the production of crap, any exception to it is appealing. DGMD has the tone of an advertisement for mid-shelf liquor, but also has a few genuinely excellent moments. Plus, it's full of Bombay.

    Vaquita
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    Noah'

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    The Last Days - A movie set in Barcelona where an epidemic starts happening around the world where people start developing extreme Agoraphobia. The movie only focus' on that so much and it is more about the characters themselves, which ended up being very good and I quite enjoyed it.

    Someone mentioned in the comments that this movie is what "The Happening" would be if that were an actual good movie and I sort of agree with it.

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    Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Hosted by Neil Degrasse Tyson

    This is a documentary/speculative scientific program broken up into 13 episodes.
    I enjoyed it but I've seen various other programs similar to this one (The Universe Series).
    If you've never seen or cared much for the Universe Series, check this one out.

    It's got pretty decent production values and an engaging set of animation sequences that
    introduce you to the heroes and heroines of scientific knowledge. It does get a bit tedious
    and preachy... but still, I liked it quite a bit.

    Additionally, I loved the Jupiter storm sequence, that was pretty damn beautiful. Now, why can't Star Trek films be that beautiful?


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    Guardians of the Galaxy which was excellent then Contraband again which I enjoyed first time around.

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    Boyhood. One of the best movies I've seen so far. The movie takes you on a journey from when the boy is 6 years old to age 18, when he goes off to college. It's a 12 year journey of a boy's life. The movie was filmed over a 12 year period. It's an incredible film that has never been done before in cinema. There was not one dull minute in the movie, which most movies have. Everyone should check out this film! The parents in the movie are played by Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette. The boy is played by Ellar Coltrane.

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    Well you can forget about "Planet of the Apes".

    The special effects are good but that is about all. I didn't enjoy it, it wasn't a gripping story and I don't see the need for it to be in 3D.
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    The last Movie I watched was Carrie 2013. Not bad for a remake.

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    Africa Addio (1966).

    An exploitation film most often prized by gore-hounds for its explicit (and often un-watchable by me) scenes of animals being butchered.

    It's overlooked because of this. It's fantastic. Otherwise terrific imagery, music, editing, cinematography with subject matter as keen as The Battle of Algiers. Like Leni Riefenstahl, repugnant but brilliant, comic and vile.

    The narrative is absurd, and should appeal to many of our members because of it: the Black African is genocidal, a violent imbecile, a grave-robber, a cannibal, a sweaty, dark black mess of buck teeth and dirty manners. The beleaguered colonist being robbed by him is civil, humane, rational and clean. The future is bleak and bloody in the incompetent hands of the black, while in Cape Town sexy white chicks bounce airily by sleek highways.

    A brutal mess, idiotic, wonderful, recommended.

    Here's the whole thing:



    And here's an evocative trailer:

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    ^



    I will say nothing. BBN should.

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    ^



    I will say nothing. BBN should.
    Have you seen it?

    Of course I'm interested in BBN's opinion.
    Vaquita
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Have you seen it? ...
    I think I may have seen things like it …like this one (but I may have been on drugs at the time) .


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