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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I think I may have seen things like it …like this one (but I may have been on drugs at the time)
    There's stylistic similarity; while Mondo Cane is a pastiche, Africa Addio is bound by a theme which I find more compelling. The filmmakers spent three years gathering footage in Africa.
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    Watched a few "found footage" films and I personally enjoy these films when well made. "The Dyatlov Pass Incident" is one of the better ones I watched because the premise is interesting to begin with. What plays out is not something normally used in films, so I personally enjoyed it over all. Some of the acting can be a bit rough and also the special effects are not top notch, but the over all film is pretty good.

    The "The Dyatlov Pass Incident" is actually real, but I don't know how much the movie itself follows what actually happened or how much liberties it took with the actual events to fit the film. I haven't read too much on it.

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    Well isn't that a coincidence... I just watched this program on the web a few days ago called the Russian Devil: The Killer Lives.
    The program supposedly delves into the real story behind the Dyatlov Incident. They use dramatizations to tell the story but concurrent to that, they also have a present-day investigator who is investigating the original Russian investigations from 50 years ago.

    Part way through the program, the focus shifts to the present day investigator trying to piece out the real story, so he enlists a Russian translator/reporter to help him find any surviving evidence and tracking down people who might know something of the incident from years ago. This means meeting people, documented evidence, and so on.

    This culminates into the investigators taking their findings to the field. They visit all the locations trying to replicate certain reported factors which may have lead to the death of the 9 hikers. They do get some type of response in varying degrees of success. I felt that they should have risked a little bit more... heck they should have stayed until they got their evidence.

    So this is where I felt that this program felt a bit stagey!

    I mean, if they really wanted to prove something they would have hired a risk taking film crew, more armed hunters. It felt like an excuse not to continue probably because they had nothing really... so it leaves you with just some questions.

    The biggest of course is what really happened to those 9 hikers.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Frozen......

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    William Friedkin's Killer Joe (2011) reminds me of Polanski's The Ninth Gate and Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut. They're all films made by men of a certain age reminiscing on the twilight of their libidos with comic results.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    ^

    So should I spend money to hire the DVD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ^

    So should I spend money to hire the DVD?
    It's violent, not especially clever and tries too hard to be cool, so it doesn't seem like a movie you would like.

    If you're interested in Friedkin, or Gina Gershon or Matthew McConaughey, it's not bad.

    But it seems like the era when Friedkin could frame a momentous taboo has passed. This one is just pitbulls and 'trailer trash.'
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    ...If you're interested in Friedkin, or Gina Gershon or Matthew McConaughey...
    Friedkin Schmeidkin!

    I've seen his list of wives and he obviously lives in a movie bubble.
    My ex took me to the uncut version of Cruising and it seemed not much different from NYPD or any of those other cops shows that I ignore on TV nowadays.

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    In another thread one of Harke's posts reminded me that I'd never seen Friedkin's fagsploitation classic The Boys in the Band (1970).

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    ...The Boys in the Band...
    You'll recognise a couple of JUBbers in it.


    We went to see A Million Ways to Die in the West. We didn't think it was as funny as Seth's TV stuff ... but I suppose it didn't matter that much as I guess we were using it as 'a date movie'.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    what else...??



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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Mean Creek

    A group of kids trick a bully into coming on a trip with them so they can get him back with a prank. The plot is pretty straight forward but it is none the less a really good movie. I watched it years ago, saw that it appeared on netflix and wanted to see if it held up, it does.
    The simple slave, in sweat-soaked sheets, aims his shackles, and cuts off his hands. The simple slave, in smoggy pantheon, aims for release, and cuts off his head.

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    A lovable gang of Hollywood hookers and midnight buskers team up with the cops to battle an egg-sucking necro-maniac whoís killing the ladies as they sell their wares. Angel (1984), think this was a RubberRat pick.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Captain America The Winter Solider. Still as good second time around.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrobin View Post


    Why?
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    Bit late replying to you but Damn you for making that hot Gif. Now I'll probably watch Star Trek again lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja108 View Post
    Frozen......
    Same here! But I didn't think too much of it. I prefer Tangled, which I'd seen a few weeks ago.


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    Rio 2
    Grand-kids brought it over

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    Sergei Paradjanov's hyper-allegorical The Color of Pomegranates (1968) formed from the imagery of Armenian troubadours.



    Along with this 10 minute short Hagop Hovnatanian, which I liked much more:

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    Excellent film. I highly recommend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    A lovable gang of Hollywood hookers and midnight buskers team up with the cops to battle an egg-sucking necro-maniac who’s killing the ladies as they sell their wares. Angel (1984), think this was a RubberRat pick.

    Hey zoltanspawn....indeed it was. I love Angel's landlord Solly Mosler (the late/great Susan Tyrell). Hope you liked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber Rat View Post
    Hey zoltanspawn....indeed it was. I love Angel's landlord Solly Mosler (the late/great Susan Tyrell). Hope you liked.
    Apparently the saga continues, with Avenging Angels and Angels 3. I liked, but maybe not enough to venture further...at least first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Apparently the saga continues, with Avenging Angels and Angels 3. I liked, but maybe not enough to venture further...at least first.
    I have the triple pack but have not watched the other two (mostly due to a different actresses playing "Angel"). I'll let you know when I watch the others. I have the latest from Hammer Studios, "The Quiet Ones", to watch on blu ray this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    I just added this companion piece to my queue, which I'm excited to see.

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    ^

    That looks like a propaganda movie-- lots of emotion and little fact.

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    Just finished a shitty advertisement from the Chinese empire Eating in Canton (2001). In spite of its transparent intent, it remained full of tempting glimpses of things like congee hotpot, cold sheep's face, donkey banquet, snakes' tripe soup and many other Guangzho specialities.

    The medicinal properties of Cantonese cuisine were emphasized, and so I also learned that the chief problem of men is virility and that of women is beauty. So exotic!
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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.

    Eh, it was alright. Not overly bad, just not great or anything to write home about. The action was VERY stilted.
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    100 foot Journey starring Helen Mirren. Was a great movie! Highly Recommend it!

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    I guess I felt I had to renew my Gay Pass today...

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    ^ did you scrub the bathroom floor today??

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    Bottle Shock...

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    A "slow burn". Fairly creepy. Grade: B-. I recommend for a cold/rainy day. The inspired by actual events REALLY means the writers researched numerous paranormal incidents. This is not based on one "true' story.


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    Watched the first part of Nymphomaniac on Netflix, I gotta say it is interesting. I enjoyed it but I agree with what someone said in the comments section of the Netflix reviews, that the forced metaphors are a bit much. I will probably get around to the second part today but I see people didn't enjoy it as much as the first, we'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber Rat View Post
    Excellent film. I highly recommend.
    I was so excited for this film and was very pleased with it. I am also happy that it got the released it deserved and not the cut version The Weinstein Company wanted to feed us.
    The simple slave, in sweat-soaked sheets, aims his shackles, and cuts off his hands. The simple slave, in smoggy pantheon, aims for release, and cuts off his head.

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    Watched Nyphomaniac Part 2 earlier and I quite enjoyed it. It seems people have a problem with the ending because they think it doesnt make sense, but it makes me feel like some people werent really paying attention or just neglecting some of the movie to where the end makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFLMAN View Post
    100 foot Journey starring Helen Mirren. Was a great movie! Highly Recommend it!
    We're there tears? Were you "inspired"?

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    I saw a sexy little movie on Youtube called Sexual Tension: Volatile.

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    I saw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Guardians of The Galaxy this week.

    TMNT - What can I say... actually all I can say is that it pretty much sucked.
    The original film from years back had more atmosphere and engaging characters/performers than this shallow suck fest.
    The only thing I mildly enjoyed were the turtles voices, everything else was bleh... even Splinter looked like a demonic goat head.

    TGOTG - A generic sci-fi/action story. Sure, it was fun and nice but nothing spectacular.
    Chris Pratt must thank his personal trainer cause he got hotter.
    Vin Diesel, its funny after all the hub bub that was made about him doing the Groot voice, if you edited all his vocal segments together, it'd probably be around a minute or a minute and a half long in duration. LOL
    The real surprise here was, Dave Bautista. I thought he'd be a big quiet brute throughout the whole film but he was engaging. I didn't know he had it in him, as a performance anyway.

    I enjoyed the Raccoon, Bradley did a wonderful job here.


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    I liked the new TMNT movie. It had its issues but I think overall the good outweighed the bad by a good margain and the turtles themselves were a lot of fun.

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    A Greek myth is re-enacted during Rio's Carnival, Black Orpheus (1959).
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    North by Northwest - always a treat!

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    "Tact is for people who aren't clever enough to be sarcastic."

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    Flexing With Monty.

    Terrible tripe of a "movie". If you're into convoluted "gay" "horror" movies just because there's an English muscle bound actor, have fun with it. If not, run far away from it.
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    Magic in the Moonlight, fairly boring, fairly predictable.

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    We had to watch "Very Bad Things" again, it is so amazingly good and Cameron Diaz gives the best performance ever. "Alice in Wonderland" by the unbelievable Tim Burton, it is pretty perfect in our opinion. We also watched the new "Robocop", it was pretty great and it made one think about the state of technology and where we are heading.

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    Archetypal Bollywood melodrama, Aradhana (1969).

    My favorite song from it by SD Burman:
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    Watching The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) at 1.5x times normal speed did little to relieve me of my suffering.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    the original evil dead movie

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    An Italian post-apocalyptic grindhouse story in which a dull hero battles an all-male homosexual cult determined to eliminate the vestiges of humanity from the Earth...the epic premise almost makes it bearable.

    The New Barbarians (1982).

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Stranger by the Lake (2013) (L'inconnu du lac)

    Summertime. A cruising spot for men, tucked away on the shores of a lake. Franck falls in love with Michel. An attractive, potent and lethally dangerous man. Franck knows this, but wants to live out his passion anyway.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2852458/
    Graphic sex scenes

    In French. English subtitles.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    The Maze Runner



    I liked it a lot. I can't wait until part two. Also I'll be reading the books.
    I couldn't get my mind off you all day.
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