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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Wed Jan 30, 2013 4:08 pm

They cut a bunch of Content out of the New Evil Dead movie, and it is still rated NC17.

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:01 pm

The first thing I said when watching the redband trailer was holy shit that looks brutal. Atleast if you're going to remake a classic make it crazy

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:53 pm

I'd rather buy the originals on Blu Ray than waste money going to the theater to see another pointless remake.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:14 pm

Saw Here Comes the Boom. This just might be my favorite MMA comedy EVA!

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:15 pm

Beasts of the Southern Wild. Thought it was really good. Really beautiful at times, some real funny stuff going on, some political themes, though not partisan. Though it might be above the heads of yall neanderthals.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:19 pm

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I watched Shawshank Redemption for the first time over the weekend. Great movie, I had no idea what it was about before I started watching.

Also saw Looper. I thought it was very good but the only thing that put me off a little was the TK stuff. Just didn't expect it to be part of the movie.

Thought Looper was pretty good. Some interesting stuff in there. Though I do have a problem with the back to the future take on time travel. And Gordon-Levitt was trying to hard to be a young Willis(the makeup bothered me a little as well). But I'd recommend it.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:24 pm

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Django Unchained - Outstanding !!! My only criticism would be the use of modern music in period pieces but that's more of a personal preference and me nit picking. I laughed during this movie more than I have at some comedies, there's a scene involving the clan that's just hilarious. All the performances were terrific and I am quite astonished that DiCaprio was snubbed by the academy, Sam Jackson probably gave his best performance in quite some time too. I bet Will Smith is kicking himself for turning this down but frankly Jamie suits the role better. 5/5

Oh and fuck Spike Lee !!! he's an overrated imbecile.

Do the right thing, Summer of Sam, He got Game, Malcolm X. Spike is the real deal. Not to mention his documentary work.

And why u hating on him anyway?

Was dissapointed by Django. But I hold Quentin in such regards that I will def watch the movie again.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:44 pm

Zero Dark Thirty - Intense, gripping, bleak and brutally honest, in other words an outstanding piece of filmaking from Miss Bigelow. Chastain's performance deserves all the applause and I'll be pretty pissed if she isn't awarded an Oscar. I was also impressed with Jason Clarke's performance. 5/5
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 3:16 pm

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I watched Shawshank Redemption for the first time over the weekend. Great movie, I had no idea what it was about before I started watching.

Also saw Looper. I thought it was very good but the only thing that put me off a little was the TK stuff. Just didn't expect it to be part of the movie.

Thought Looper was pretty good. Some interesting stuff in there. Though I do have a problem with the back to the future take on time travel. And Gordon-Levitt was trying to hard to be a young Willis(the makeup bothered me a little as well). But I'd recommend it.

It wasn't makeup. It was an apparatus they attached to the back of his head to pull the skin of his scalp back to create that effect.

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 5:49 pm

I watched Seven Psychopaths yesterday totally not what I was expecting but it was pretty good. It was a movie inside of a book inside of a movie.

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 03, 2013 5:50 pm

Saw Django too loved it.

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:15 am

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Django Unchained - Outstanding !!! My only criticism would be the use of modern music in period pieces but that's more of a personal preference and me nit picking. I laughed during this movie more than I have at some comedies, there's a scene involving the clan that's just hilarious. All the performances were terrific and I am quite astonished that DiCaprio was snubbed by the academy, Sam Jackson probably gave his best performance in quite some time too. I bet Will Smith is kicking himself for turning this down but frankly Jamie suits the role better. 5/5

Oh and fuck Spike Lee !!! he's an overrated imbecile.

Do the right thing, Summer of Sam, He got Game, Malcolm X. Spike is the real deal. Not to mention his documentary work.

And why u hating on him anyway?

Was dissapointed by Django. But I hold Quentin in such regards that I will def watch the movie again.

Hating on Spike because of his ignorant views on Django and Tarantino in general. Inside Man is really the only movie of Spike's that I like.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Tue Feb 05, 2013 1:39 pm

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Ali* wrote:
Django Unchained - Outstanding !!! My only criticism would be the use of modern music in period pieces but that's more of a personal preference and me nit picking. I laughed during this movie more than I have at some comedies, there's a scene involving the clan that's just hilarious. All the performances were terrific and I am quite astonished that DiCaprio was snubbed by the academy, Sam Jackson probably gave his best performance in quite some time too. I bet Will Smith is kicking himself for turning this down but frankly Jamie suits the role better. 5/5

Oh and fuck Spike Lee !!! he's an overrated imbecile.

Do the right thing, Summer of Sam, He got Game, Malcolm X. Spike is the real deal. Not to mention his documentary work.

And why u hating on him anyway?

Was dissapointed by Django. But I hold Quentin in such regards that I will def watch the movie again.

Hating on Spike because of his ignorant views on Django and Tarantino in general. Inside Man is really the only movie of Spike's that I like.

25th hour is pretty good.

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Tue Feb 05, 2013 1:41 pm

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Ali* wrote:
Django Unchained - Outstanding !!! My only criticism would be the use of modern music in period pieces but that's more of a personal preference and me nit picking. I laughed during this movie more than I have at some comedies, there's a scene involving the clan that's just hilarious. All the performances were terrific and I am quite astonished that DiCaprio was snubbed by the academy, Sam Jackson probably gave his best performance in quite some time too. I bet Will Smith is kicking himself for turning this down but frankly Jamie suits the role better. 5/5

Oh and fuck Spike Lee !!! he's an overrated imbecile.

Do the right thing, Summer of Sam, He got Game, Malcolm X. Spike is the real deal. Not to mention his documentary work.

And why u hating on him anyway?

Was dissapointed by Django. But I hold Quentin in such regards that I will def watch the movie again.

Hating on Spike because of his ignorant views on Django and Tarantino in general. Inside Man is really the only movie of Spike's that I like.

25th hour is pretty good.

Mostly because of Vinyard.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Fri Feb 08, 2013 4:54 pm

Ok here's a big list of the shit I've watched recently:

Excision: Kind of like American Beauty if it was from the girl's perspective and the girl happened to be a delusional sociopath obsessed with blood and becoming a surgeon. Just a strange movie the whole way through, but for the originality I give it a 3.5 out of 5.

Grave Encounters 2: Pretty much what I expected, and that's not a bad thing. Very similar to the first film but on a new location with new people. Same basic plot, abandoned warehouse/graveyard/mental hospital/murder site young people roaming the dark halls with night vision cameras and flashlights, slowly getting split up and killed. I still like the genre, though, and so it appeals to Me. 3 out of 5.

That's My Boy: One of the funnier Adam Sandler movies I've seen in a few years now. Samberg does a good job at acting like a perpetually abused child who turns out to be a functioning emotional cripple in society. 3.5 out of 5.

Savages: If Blow had a side B that was more "real" and brutal, this would be it. Fantastic overall and My only gripe is that Benicio Del Toro plays a terrible mexican. However he did great as a functioning addict and wetwork man. Loved it. 4.5 out of 5.

Paranormal Activity 4: Easily the weakest of the series. They never seem to get any closer to the cult that puts everything in motion or give any new information about it in each successive film which kind of pisses Me off. I'll still watch them if they keep making them, but My expectations are starting to dwindle on these. 2.5 out of 5.

Premium Rush: A different kind of action but still very well put together. Converging storylines and Levitt starting to really come into his own. Urban food log was probably the funniest thing I've heard yet this year. 3.5 out of 5.

Lawless: Tom Hardy continues to impress. He's just so versatile so long as he gets to play someone who's not quite right up top. LeBouff or however it's spelled was a total puss the whole time though. He could have been a Levitt type actor who they could start making films around as a lead, but they didn't quite strike while the iron was hot and his shot kind of passed him by at this point. I know he's still young but he's got too many "secondary" or cowardly roles to really promote as a big shot now.

House at the End of the Street: Not what you'd expect given the twist at the end. One of those "small community towns with alot of woods" type settings. A family was murdered one night, and the community likes to keep it a secret sort of. Not bad for fans of horror, but not the best film for someone trying to get into the genre. 3 out of 5.

Moonrise Kingdom: If you like Life Aquatic and the Royal Tannembaums you'll like this. Dry, witty circumstantial humor at it's best. Orphan in the scouts escapes on an island that's 12 miles long and finds adolescent love along the way. 3.5 out of 5.

Cloud Atlas: Like watching five actors make four different movies and releasing it as one single cut. This kind of fractured time line would make Tarantino jizz in his pants and spill his popcorn midway through. I was unimpressed to be honest. It was almost as if they made a movie with some very well known actors for the sake of making a movie with very well known actors. It seemingly had no plot to it and what little of it did make sense was obscure because it would then jump to another time and place again. 2 out of 5.

Hit and Run: Funny as shit. I know some of ya'll don't like Dax Shepherd but he and Bradley Cooper killed it in this movie. Straight up some of the funniest shit of 2012 and if you like comedy I suggest you check it out before you go through life wondering what could have been. 3.5 out of 5.

Killer Joe: Probably the most morally reprehensible movie I've seen since Serbian Film. Kind of unbelievable in some places but overall it was well put together. Matthew's performance took balls and I applaud his willingness to "go there" as a performer. But the subject matter will probably turn off a good portion of it's would be audience. 3 out of 5.

Flight: A cautionary tale of addiction and the impact it can and often does have on one's life. It catches up to even the most functioning addict eventually and this story is no different. A constant struggle throughout the movie culminates in redemption. Powerful messages throughout the movie, and definitely worth the watch. 3.5 out of 5.

Killing Them Softly: I liked it, the bish wasn't wasn't so keen on it. I thought Pitt did a good job as a tenured toughguy, and at one point it was like a Soprano's reunion with Johnny Sac and Tony Soprano being around. Gandolfini's character is a total fucking lush and Liotta get the shit kicked out of him something fierce. 3.5 out of 5.

Django Unchained: Probably Tarantino's second best movie of all time behind either Pulp Fiction or Resevoir Dogs depending on which one you rank #1. Extremely well put together and no way could Will Smith have pulled off the role of Django. The one thing that seemed out of place was Tarantino's cameo as an australian slave transporter? That accent was fucking horrible. Samuel L Jacksons performance was incredible and so was DiCaprio's. Mandingo fighting for the win! 4.5 out of 5.

The Impossible: I was wondering when they'd make a movie about the 2004 tsunami. Though I thought they didn't give he tsunami itself as much attention as it deserved it was still a good story the whole way through. Naomi's bewbies make an appearance or two, and the whole thing ends up coming together in the end but the journey is entertaining. 3.5 out of 5.

Argo: Very interesting seeing as it's true. Affleck pulled it off here, and the supporting cast made you believe. Compelling and ballsy in the grand scheme of things. Who would ever pretend to be canadian? I enjoyed it, but it may not be everyone's thing. 4 out of 5.

This is 40: Probably the funniest spinoff I've seen in a while. Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann killed it. Lots of comedy in a sad kind of way, plenty of witty lines and if you like Rudd's style you'll enjoy the movie. 3.5 out of 5.

Seven Psychopaths: Not what I thought it would be, but a good one none the less. Collin Farrel finally plays a role true to life in the form of an alcoholic failure. Walken does a great job and the whole setting is just well done, albeit a little random but that's kind of the point. Woody Harrelson is pretty fucked up here and pulls his character off very well. Good shit. 4 out of 5.

For a Good Time Call: More of a chick flick than I would have thought going in. I thought it would be more like Zack and Miri Make a Porno, but alas it's more about sisterhood than anything else. Some good laughs in there but overall just not My kind of thing. 2 out of 5.

The Collection: Boxing Helen meets Saw. Instead of taking place in someone else's house, this sequel takes place in the house(or abandoned hotel) of the villain. Lots of twisted traps and "collectibles" strewn about the place. If you know what to expect you won't be disappointed, but even then it's hard to fathom some of the shit that goes down. Cheers for Oz and the Wire cast stars in the movie! 3 out of 5.

Here Comes the Boom: I hate to say it but I may have enjoyed it more than Warrior in a way. It was cheesy and deliberately so but kind of compelling at the same time. Seeing Delegrate, Rutten, K-Sos, Munoz, Mayhem, etc etc etc in the film was awesome, but it took funny along for the ride as well. Solid 4 out of 5.

Standup Guys: This is what happens when wiseguys get old. Al Pacino gets out of prison doing a 28 year stretch for the accidental murder of a mob boss's son. His best friend, Christopher Walken, shows him a night out before having to kill him per the boss's order. What follows is their last hurrah. 4 out of 5.

Haunting in Connecticut 2 Ghosts of Georgia: Different but the same. Apparently there is another family who's story is similar to the original's taking place in 1993 in Georgia. Lots of underground railroad type shit, but nowhere near as twisted as the first time around. To be honest I'm not sure why they threw the haunting in connecticut tag on it, this story in very loosely related and only in the way that it involves ghosts trapped due to unrest. 3 out of 5.

Man With the Iron Fists: Not bad as far as deliberately cheesy martial arts movies go. But they could have done much better with what they were working with. Cung Le had a smaller role than Batista. RZA writing, directing, and starring in his own movie comes across as a little self centered for Me. The action was good, the plot could have been better but it was entertainingly predictable at times.

Silent Hill Revelations: It's about goddamn time we got a Silent Hill movie that has more to do with the games than just being named Silent Hill. I was underwhelmed by Jon Snow's haircut and gay vest, though. It wasn't bad and seemed to get much more authentic as it went along. I enjoyed the two main areas of Silent Hill that got shown. 3 out of 5.

Skyfall: Daniel Craig doesn't have anything near the charisma he needs to be Bond. Someone had to say it. Top to bottom this movie had none of the trappings of a traditional bond movie. Nothing made sense. No real gadgets to speak of, the villain was absurd, and the ending was about as anticlimactic as it gets. 2 out of 5.

The Bourne Legacy: Renner is a much more compelling lead than Damon in this series. Maybe I'm just more enthusiastic about a new face in a series that was getting stale to Me, but I preferred Renner's performance to Damon's on any of the Bourne films. Though this whole thing about chems is kind of silly, especially when they genetically enhanced these agents to be stronger, faster, more athletic, smarter, etc etc etc. I liked the way it all played out though. 3.5 out of 5.

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:00 pm

You fail at life with that Skyfall comment.
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:02 pm

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Don't be using the lines I use on My sister when she bothers Me about borrowing a movie. I will feed you rape for dinner!

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:10 pm

I want to see a lot of those on your list Ludo. Skyfall disappointed me but I do like Craig as Bond

I didn't think Django was as good as Inglorious Basterds, a notch or two below. Same goes for Pulp Fiction

Savages I thought was really shitty. Turned that off after about an hour and never bothered to go back.

The Collection wasn't as good as the first one but it still had some good moments

If you want some laughs check out the new Texas Chainsaw. It almost ruins the series even though I don't like any of them besides the original and the remake with Biel in it. The one with Jordana Brewster is watchable just because of R Lee Ermey

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:22 pm

I would rank Tarantino's movies as

1) Pulp Fiction
2) Reservoir Dogs
3) Jackie Brown
4) Django Unchained
5) Kill Bil Vol 1
6) Inglorious Basterds
7) Kill Bill Vol 2
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:26 pm

I haven't seen many movies the past month, seen a few you mentioned, want to see some you mentioned and don't have a single Ray Liotta of interest in the others.

Excision:
Grave Encounters 2:
That's My Boy: 1/5
Savages: I had it for months but haven't watched it yet, will soon.
Paranormal Activity 4:
Premium Rush:
Lawless: I might see it sometime
House at the End of the Street:
Moonrise Kingdom: 5/5
Cloud Atlas: 5/5
Hit and Run:
Killer Joe:
Flight: Will see soon
Killing Them Softly:
Django Unchained: Will see soon
The Impossible:
Argo: 5/5
This is 40:
Seven Psychopaths: Will see soon
For a Good Time Call:
The Collection:
Here Comes the Boom: 1/5
Standup Guys:
Haunting in Connecticut 2 Ghosts of Georgia:
Man With the Iron Fists: Might see it this year
Silent Hill Revelations: Might see it one day
Skyfall: Might see it this year
The Bourne Legacy: I might see it one day

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sat Feb 09, 2013 2:32 pm

There's nothing funnier than watching a hammered movie star hijack a chat show, which is what Mark Wahlberg did yesterday on the BBC Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:24 pm

Django Unchained 4.5/5

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:26 pm

This is 40 2.5/5

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:27 pm

Wreck it Ralph 4/5

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate movie discussion thread   Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:14 pm

Skyfall 3.5/5

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