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Post by dmize Sun 27 May 2012, 05:10

Le Samourai wrote:

They are massacaring this book :facepalm:

Tobey MGuire as Nick :facepalm:

Baz Luhrmann :facepalm:

Yeah, it looks like shyt tbh

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Post by Amar Sun 27 May 2012, 05:29

Where is Vince Chase ffs?

Just watched Margin Call...decent movie but it could have had more angles.
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Post by goonbrain Sun 27 May 2012, 09:36

Saw 'what's eating gilbert grape' and cried for the first time watching a movie. DiCaprio was amazing.

Also 'American beauty'...GOAT movie with GOAT performances from all actors, GOAT songs and music, and GOAT storyline.
Kevin Spacey :bow: absolute GOAT..
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Post by Soul Wed 30 May 2012, 20:46

I just watched The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

What a performance by the leading trio. Clint Eastwood <3
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Post by Aensensen Thu 31 May 2012, 01:18

Soul wrote:I just watched The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

What a performance by the leading trio. Clint Eastwood <3

Haha, I just had a nostalgic Sergio Leone "trilogy" movie marathon with some friends couple days back. Yep, those are great classics, and what's amazing is how you see Leone grow as a director from first movie to the third piece. Although it could be because he had more money apparently for each movie.

However if you liked "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", then you absolutely have to watch the "Once Upon a Time In The West" (also Sergio Leone, but made a couple of years after TGTBATU). That's my personal favourite western of all times. When I first saw it, I felt my balls weight more.

Anyway, just wanted to ask if anyone watched "The Raid Redemption". Movie is supposedly a great action flick. Might give it a try tonight.

EDIT: Watched it, it's okay I guess. Bunch of action and a good thriller atmosphere on occasion.
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Post by Rebaño Sagrado Sat 02 Jun 2012, 00:19

goonbrain wrote:Also 'American beauty'...GOAT movie with GOAT performances from all actors, GOAT songs and music, and GOAT storyline.
Kevin Spacey :bow: absolute GOAT..

Great movie

No Country For Old Men :bow:
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Post by Die Borussen Sat 02 Jun 2012, 00:29

if you turn to old somehow old ones


donnie darko anyone?

pretty amaZING movie :coffee:

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Post by McAgger Sat 02 Jun 2012, 00:37

deadrave wrote:if you turn to old somehow old ones


donnie darko anyone?

pretty amaZING movie :coffee:

I beg to differ, I hated that movie
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Post by Le Samourai Sat 02 Jun 2012, 00:58

Messiah "Aggerswagger" wrote:
deadrave wrote:if you turn to old somehow old ones


donnie darko anyone?

pretty amaZING movie :coffee:

I beg to differ, I hated that movie

Why?

Honestly I can see why some would hate it, it feels really pointless when it settles on you but it's quite cathartic upon impact.

Anyway I loved it...the soundrack and score were amazing on such a limited budget.
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Post by CBarca Sat 02 Jun 2012, 01:25

Donnie Darko is one of my favorite movies of all time. It's goat stuff for sure.

The story is very original, the acting is great (Gyllenhaal :bow: ), the soundtrack is one of the best I've heard, and the whole setting/directing (well, I don't know much about either not being a movie critic) was great. Especially on the low budget they had.

The only thing that really was not so good about it was that while you can understand the theme and all at the end of the movie, to truly understand the movie, you really got to read all the stuff online. It's way more complex than at first glance, and hell, even after reading all that stuff, it's still a bit hard to understand.

That movie hit a great spot for me. One of my all time favorites, easy.
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Post by CBarca Sat 02 Jun 2012, 01:30

Le Samourai wrote:
They are massacaring this book :facepalm:

Tobey MGuire as Nick :facepalm:

Baz Luhrmann :facepalm:

I'll wait until I see the movie to judge, but that trailer does it no good. I hate when people make such flashy trailers for a movie that should never be flashy- like this one.

If it is a flashy movie I'm going to :facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm: so hard.
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Post by TalkingReckless Sat 02 Jun 2012, 02:52

CBarca wrote:
Le Samourai wrote:
They are massacaring this book :facepalm:

Tobey MGuire as Nick :facepalm:

Baz Luhrmann :facepalm:

I'll wait until I see the movie to judge, but that trailer does it no good. I hate when people make such flashy trailers for a movie that should never be flashy- like this one.

If it is a flashy movie I'm going to :facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm: so hard.
Have you read the book?

The 1920s were supposed to be all about jazz, sex, drugs and drinking that why it is called the Roaring Twenties

the trailer was perfect, some of the casting may not be ideal but the Trailer lived up to the directors interpretation
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Post by CBarca Sat 02 Jun 2012, 02:59

Yes I've read the book. The book was fairly slow-paced if you ask me, and had much less to do with the fact that it was the roaring twenties and a lot more to do with the relationship between Daisy and Gatsby and Nick's narration of it.

Fantastic book.

I'm actually alright with the cast, although I don't know who the actress for Daisy is.

I hope the movie can live up to the book of course, and that's why I said I reserve judgement until I actually see the movie, but I don't like the trailer at all. Seemed like something out of an action film- but hey, I guess that's why it's a promotional trailer and not the movie.

I don't think any movie will live up to the book though. It's just one of those books that you can't replicate to the same degree in a movie. You can do damn well, but you'll never truly do the book justice, IMO.
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Post by Guest Sat 02 Jun 2012, 04:59

How many of you have watched In Bruges? I loved the movie

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Post by Forza Sat 02 Jun 2012, 05:09

Aensensen wrote:
Soul wrote:I just watched The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

What a performance by the leading trio. Clint Eastwood <3

Haha, I just had a nostalgic Sergio Leone "trilogy" movie marathon with some friends couple days back. Yep, those are great classics, and what's amazing is how you see Leone grow as a director from first movie to the third piece. Although it could be because he had more money apparently for each movie.

However if you liked "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", then you absolutely have to watch the "Once Upon a Time In The West" (also Sergio Leone, but made a couple of years after TGTBATU). That's my personal favourite western of all times. When I first saw it, I felt my balls weight more.

Anyway, just wanted to ask if anyone watched "The Raid Redemption". Movie is supposedly a great action flick. Might give it a try tonight.

EDIT: Watched it, it's okay I guess. Bunch of action and a good thriller atmosphere on occasion.

The GBU is really mostly about Tuco. He's the one that you learn most about - his family, his past, etc. The other 2 are relative strangers. What people these days don't realise is that Eli Wallach and Lee van Cleef were huge actors back then too. Anyway, there are so many GOAT things about this film - Morricone's score, the cinematography, the sparse (but interesting) dialogue and even the title- because the idea behind it is to challenge the viewer's ideas of who and what is 'good', 'bad' or 'ugly'.

I haven't seen Once Upon a Time In The West, but I definitely want to so that I can compare it with GBU, which is my all-time favourite atm.

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Recently watched "Reindeer Games". Didn't have high expectations, but the plot progresses nicely, and that twist at the end turns an average heist movie into a great one.
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Post by McAgger Sat 02 Jun 2012, 07:17

vasanthPato wrote:How many of you have watched In Bruges? I loved the movie

cheers In Bruges is great. I love film noirs. If you loved this you should definitely check out 'Lucky Number Slevin' Thumbs up
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Post by Soul Sat 02 Jun 2012, 09:13

Forza Rossoneri wrote:
Aensensen wrote:
Soul wrote:I just watched The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

What a performance by the leading trio. Clint Eastwood <3

Haha, I just had a nostalgic Sergio Leone "trilogy" movie marathon with some friends couple days back. Yep, those are great classics, and what's amazing is how you see Leone grow as a director from first movie to the third piece. Although it could be because he had more money apparently for each movie.

However if you liked "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", then you absolutely have to watch the "Once Upon a Time In The West" (also Sergio Leone, but made a couple of years after TGTBATU). That's my personal favourite western of all times. When I first saw it, I felt my balls weight more.

Anyway, just wanted to ask if anyone watched "The Raid Redemption". Movie is supposedly a great action flick. Might give it a try tonight.

EDIT: Watched it, it's okay I guess. Bunch of action and a good thriller atmosphere on occasion.

The GBU is really mostly about Tuco. He's the one that you learn most about - his family, his past, etc. The other 2 are relative strangers. What people these days don't realise is that Eli Wallach and Lee van Cleef were huge actors back then too. Anyway, there are so many GOAT things about this film - Morricone's score, the cinematography, the sparse (but interesting) dialogue and even the title- because the idea behind it is to challenge the viewer's ideas of who and what is 'good', 'bad' or 'ugly'.

I haven't seen Once Upon a Time In The West, but I definitely want to so that I can compare it with GBU, which is my all-time favourite atm.

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GBU easily made it into my list of favorite films!
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Post by Soul Sat 02 Jun 2012, 09:14

Aensensen wrote:
Soul wrote:I just watched The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

What a performance by the leading trio. Clint Eastwood <3

Haha, I just had a nostalgic Sergio Leone "trilogy" movie marathon with some friends couple days back. Yep, those are great classics, and what's amazing is how you see Leone grow as a director from first movie to the third piece. Although it could be because he had more money apparently for each movie.

However if you liked "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", then you absolutely have to watch the "Once Upon a Time In The West" (also Sergio Leone, but made a couple of years after TGTBATU). That's my personal favourite western of all times. When I first saw it, I felt my balls weight more.

Anyway, just wanted to ask if anyone watched "The Raid Redemption". Movie is supposedly a great action flick. Might give it a try tonight.

EDIT: Watched it, it's okay I guess. Bunch of action and a good thriller atmosphere on occasion.

i just watched The Raid Redemption.

I didn't understand the final scene since the subtitles I had was pretty inaccurate.

Spoiler:
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Post by McLewis Sat 02 Jun 2012, 15:39

Watched Bruce Lee's The Big Boss yesterday.

For me, it's my favorite of his films. Absolutely love it.
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Post by Rebaño Sagrado Sat 02 Jun 2012, 18:22

lol nice sig

Never seen a Bruce Lee movie, but I might watch Enter the Dragon this weekend.
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Post by goonbrain Sat 02 Jun 2012, 19:14

McLewis wrote:Watched Bruce Lee's The Big Boss yesterday.

For me, it's my favorite of his films. Absolutely love it.
Have only watched 'enter the dragon' which was good. I am not really into martial-arts based movies..
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Post by goonbrain Sat 02 Jun 2012, 19:23

Anyone watched 'PROMETHEUS'? I loved the trailers(which kinda shows the movie's entire plot Sad in a way).
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Post by TalkingReckless Sat 02 Jun 2012, 19:34

goonbrain wrote:Anyone watched 'PROMETHEUS'? I loved the trailers(which kinda shows the movie's entire plot Sad in a way).

it's only out in france and some european countries atm
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Post by goonbrain Sun 03 Jun 2012, 07:34

Legend wrote:
goonbrain wrote:Anyone watched 'PROMETHEUS'? I loved the trailers(which kinda shows the movie's entire plot Sad in a way).

it's only out in france and some european countries atm
Yes.. because of the Euros...
Anyway rewiews are mixed...praising awsome visuals and the epic feel meanwhile criticising the allegedly plain and silly plot. Still want to watch it because of Fassbender and Theron cheers
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Post by Soul Wed 13 Jun 2012, 05:36

I watched the Day of the Dead yesterday. Pretty gory
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Post by TalkingReckless Wed 13 Jun 2012, 08:36

just watched PROMETHEUS i think it was too short and could have been longer
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