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    What a pleasant discovery Trick 'r Treat turned out to be, a real sleeper. Mischievous writing, colors you can smell and clever art direction. With such popular production values it deserved a wider audience.

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    Tommorrow Never Dies - we're almost to the end.
    It would be sweet if you rated them top to bottom, but I hope you'll at least report back with your opinions on the best and worst of them.

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    The last movie I saw was Perrier's Bounty. A really interesting black comedy Irish film!

    It also has my second favorite actor Cillian Murphy in it!
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    Winter's Bone. It was ok. Not sure why people think it deserves to be an Oscar nominee for best picture though. I guess Hollywood elitists are into movies about the lives of meth-cooking hillbillies.

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    And another one, A Jihad for Love a documentary about the mostly heartbreaking lives gay Muslims face around the world.

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    Re: the last film you watched thread

    Quote Originally Posted by bostonboy20 View Post
    I believe the last one I watched was "Winter's Bone"....great, subdued film. It's not a flashy action movie, not a sappy romantic movie or a comedy....just a touching movie about a young girl trying to protect her family.
    I loved this film. It is so full of unsavory characters, and some of them scare the shit out of you. That hand cutting scene in the dark swamp was chilling. The sisters beating up the girl in the barn, heartless. Who would have thought those horrible people could find heart enough to do the right thing.
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    White Material


    In an unnamed African country in the throes of a volatile regime change, Maria Vial, played by the electrifying Isabelle Huppert, is trying to sustain the coffee plantation she runs with her ex-husband André, played by Christophe Lambert (Highlander, Greystoke). Unknown to her, he has other plans. With the regular army preparing to regain control, French forces have moved out, warning the remaining white residents that they're on their own if they stay behind. Featured in the Venice, Toronto, New York and Los Angeles film festivals, White Material is an extraordinarily visceral, potent and very personal rumination on a society turned upside down.

    Music by Tindersticks

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    The Last Exorcism on DVD. Grade: **/*****

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    Today:



    Tomorrow:



    *sigh* Just reliving some childhood memories.
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    Broken Hearts Club- Despite some stereotypical gay characters and a Queer as Folk-esque plot, I think the (mostly straight) cast really came through to make this a pretty good, and funny, film.

    I tried watching two low budget queer films: Socket and Pornography. Both were pretty atrocious.

    Word Is Out: Stories of Some of Our Lives- This is a 1977 documentary featuring interviews of two dozen people about being and growing up gay in America. I thought it was great.

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    Casino Royale...one more and we're done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiff View Post
    Winter's Bone. It was ok. Not sure why people think it deserves to be an Oscar nominee for best picture though. I guess Hollywood elitists are into movies about the lives of meth-cooking hillbillies.
    Personally, I think it's one of the best films of the year. Excellent peformances by Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes, Dale Dickey, and the entire cast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    What a pleasant discovery Trick 'r Treat turned out to be, a real sleeper. Mischievous writing, colors you can smell and clever art direction. With such popular production values it deserved a wider audience.
    Agreed!

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    Agreed!
    Oh good, someone else! Nobody I've mentioned it to even knows what movie I'm talking about.

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    The King's Speech. Excellent film, and Colin Firth was nothing short of brilliant as the stammering, reluctant king.
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    Oh good, someone else! Nobody I've mentioned it to even knows what movie I'm talking about.
    I liked the Anna Paquin story and also that creepy little Halloween creature!

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    Everybody agrees that The Human Centipede is a piece of crap and not worth watching, yet watches it anyway. I'm like everybody. It's a piece of crap and I watched it nonetheless.

    Such futility.

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    I saw The Kings Speech and Black Swan recently. Both were excellent!

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    Sexy Beast.

    It was pretty good but the whole british gangster drama is pretty tired.

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    Quantum of Solace, we have finished watching all of the Bond films

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    1964's Onibaba. Hunger competes desperately against desire in a wretched sea of bamboo.

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    Ghost World.

    Really good.

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    The Machinist.

    I was initially drawn to the movie due to seeing a picture of Christian Bale weighing 121lbs. I'd link the picture, but I'm not allowed to post links yet But google "the many bodies of Christian Bale" and you'll find it.

    The movie was all right I guess, the most interesting part in the story was the hallucinations and how they eventually started to fall apart.

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    Just saw Black Swan while I was in Toronto. It was pretty good. Not as good as Requiem for a Dream, by the same producer, but it was good.
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    Shelter (again). But the last new movie was It's Kind of a Funny Story. It was actually really good, though I could have done without the projectile vomit...

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    "Wild Hearts Can't be Broken" - one of my favorite old time movies.. I think i was 7 yrs. old when i first watched this movie.

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    I guess some of the acting was good (Chace Crawford), but overall, kind of depressing and dull. It got only a 4/100 rating on Rotten Tomatoes (movie review site).
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Everybody agrees that The Human Centipede is a piece of crap and not worth watching, yet watches it anyway. I'm like everybody. It's a piece of crap and I watched it nonetheless.

    Such futility.
    I did too!

    To be honest, I didn't think it was that shocking. I'm a big ol' horror geek.

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    I did too!

    To be honest, I didn't think it was that shocking. I'm a big ol' horror geek.
    Yup, wayyyyyy to ridiculous to be shocking. Not even given the breadth of genuinely shocking movies.

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    I actually kind of liked the Human Centipede, and I despise torture porn. I don't even think it qualifies as such. The first third of it is nearly insufferable due to the annoying and poorly characterized females. However, once their mouths are... well, sewn shut, it's quite tolerable and creepily unpredictable.
    The story is quite poor, but the mood and tension are, at times, very effective for a film I expected much less from.

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    I just invested in buying "Children of Men" on blu-ray tonight, and just finished watching it. (Probably for the 5th time or so, but the first time on Blu ray)

    I really can't say enough about the wonders of this film. From the stunning performances from Clive Owen and Julianne Moore and Michael Caine as an aging hippy in the not too distant London future.

    Then there is the jaw-dropping element of the seamless "tracking shots" that defy imagination and wonder. You don't just watch those scenes, you are inside of them, thanks to some ground breaking camera work and a little digital trickery.

    I can't recommend this film highly enough.

    For me, it's right up there with "Magnolia" and "Requiem For a Dream".

    Astonishing, life-altering, a film that makes you feel like you've been transported into another frame of mind and reality by it's conclusion.



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    ^^
    I totally agree with you that Children of Men is a fantastically shot film.

    I just finished the new Karate Kid. The 2010 version with Jackie Chan and Jayden Smith. It was kind of...eh. I get and dig the message they were trying to send. Life can be hard, but perseverance and hard work are worth it, but I felt the way it was handled and told was very sloppy.

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    Batman Returns

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    Ya can't go wrong with the classics...

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    Pather Panchali.

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    Pather Panchali.
    Some of Ray's films are so lovely....and this one was produced by the government of West Bengal. (It doesn't take $250 million to do good work? )

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    Little Fockers, Dustin Hoffman, De Niro and BS steal it.
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    The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest

    Good ending, I preferred the first one (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) though.

    But at least my cousin and I will now nitpick on the Anglo version of the movie coming out sometime this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJEH89 View Post
    Ya can't go wrong with the classics...

    I loved this movie as a kid. So funny and a lot of fun to see the "Classic" movies monsters in this film.

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    I had an older friend turn me on to this movie and I've never forgotten it! I love the witty repartee that permeates throughout the dialogue! So classic!!





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    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. It was on Turner Classic Movies this morning.

    Sidney Poitier, Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn. Spencer Tracy's final film. It's strange to see interaction between the races as it was back in 1967.

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    The King's Speech, twas awesome.

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    The Mummy - The modern version

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Some of Ray's films are so lovely....and this one was produced by the government of West Bengal. (It doesn't take $250 million to do good work? )
    Quite right. I generally find it a bit difficult to get immersed in a film watching it on a television screen, but I was captivated by this film completely. Evidence that artistry often trumps a big budget, imo.

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    The Fantastic Mr. Fox

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