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    (Original post by nerd434)
    Just put on Rob Zombie's 'House of 1000 Corpses', anybody know if this is any good?
    Another vote for no, it 'aint much good. There's literally thousands of better low budget horrors from the 70s and 80s.
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    (Original post by Colonel.)
    Not in order.
    Apparently the fourth one is Porco Rosso and the sixth one is Jackie Brown. I think there's two of them left that nobody can seem to guess. :yep:
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    (Original post by PoGo HoPz)
    Apparently the fourth one is Porco Rosso and the sixth one is Jackie Brown. I think there's two of them left that nobody can seem to guess. :yep:
    the hunt for red october.
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    (Original post by PoGo HoPz)
    Isn't the second to last one The Grey? :holmes:

    Not bad

    Did anyone manage to guess the third or fourth one? :unsure:
    If I've read the order correctly, the third one looks like Hunt for Red Ocober and the fourth one looks like Red Tails to me.
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    Just finished rewatching Godard's Bande à part. It being the first Godard film I ever saw, I thought it may have been a fluke; that is, my regarding it as the best film he's ever made. Nope. It's still amazing, and Anna Karina in her heyday was the most beautiful woman alive. There is no discussion on the matter; it is fact.

    I feel obligated to list my ten favourite Godard films:

    1. Bande à part
    2. À bout de souffle
    3. Une Femme est un femme
    4. Vivre sa Vie
    5. Pierrot le Fou
    6. Alphaville
    7. Masculin Féminin
    8. Le Mépris
    9. Le Petit Soldat
    10. Une Femme Mariée

    La Chinoise not included, chiefly because it's absolutely ****ing dire.
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    (Original post by Phalanges)
    If I've read the order correctly, the third one looks like Hunt for Red Ocober and the fourth one looks like Red Tails to me.
    isn't the fourth one porco rosso?
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    (Original post by Mister Dead)
    isn't the fourth one porco rosso?
    I reckon it is. :yep:

    It's that boat one that I'm having trouble with. :unsure:
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    Deep blue sea
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    (Original post by Colonel.)
    Deep blue sea
    I'm not so sure. That would mean that there are two blues, wouldn't it? The Blues Brothers and Deep Blue Sea. I thought that all the colours were different?
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    any ideas about very very good comedies??
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    (Original post by ioikonomou)
    any ideas about very very good comedies??
    Try Kiss Kiss Bang Bang which is more of a black comedy. There is also Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Johnny English, Zombieland and the Pink Panther. Anchorman is another one that's popular with people, I haven't quite made up my mind about it.
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    (Original post by ioikonomou)
    any ideas about very very good comedies??
    Life of Brian, Superbad and Bridesmaids

    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Try Kiss Kiss Bang Bang which is more of a black comedy. There is also Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Johnny English, Zombieland and the Pink Panther. Anchorman is another one that's popular with people, I haven't quite made up my mind about it.
    Anchorman is not a film I like that much, it seems to just be a cult hit. Checked your facebook?
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
    I'm ashamed to say that I severely underestimated that film before I actually saw it, (RDJ's role as Iron Man may have contributed to that), though I must say, I enjoyed it immensely. Kilmer referring to his derringer as, erm, a 'certain' gun was obscenely entertaining.

    Definitely a good offbeat film.
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    Seeing Dark Shadows tomorrow. Not expecting to like it. Yet another remake/re-imagining from Burton. STOP IT.
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    i'm going to stick my neck out and predict that it'll be an absolute turkey of a film. it's fairly safe to completely ignore anything burton does thesedays. of course one day he'll make a decent film and nobody will realise until he's dead. and johnny depp is a pretty safe bet for turkeys thesedays also, possibly by association.
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    (Original post by Mister Dead)
    and johnny depp is a pretty safe bet for turkeys thesedays also, possibly by association.
    I was going to say he has a fresh film coming up in the Lone Ranger where he might be able to get away from the samey roles he's being cast in but then I saw the cast list (Helena Bonham Carter) and a picture for it:



    And it's not even directed by Tim Burton. :nooo: In fact, he remarkably similar to Jack Sparrow...
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    (Original post by philistine)
    I'm ashamed to say that I severely underestimated that film before I actually saw it, (RDJ's role as Iron Man may have contributed to that), though I must say, I enjoyed it immensely. Kilmer referring to his derringer as, erm, a 'certain' gun was obscenely entertaining.

    Definitely a good offbeat film.
    Did you not like him in Iron Man then? Incidentally, the director of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is signed on to direct Iron Man 3.

    (Original post by chancellorroberts)
    Anchorman is not a film I like that much, it seems to just be a cult hit. Checked your facebook?
    Have now.
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    it's been a splendid fortnight at my local picture house with House, Dark City, Mulholland Drive and Repo Man on the late Saturday night showings and 'Two Years at Sea' this evening - a semi-silent docu type film about a bloke living a lone life in a dilapidated shack in rural Aberdeenshire.

    An to top it off, I saw the my first big screen trail for the new Wes Anderson. And it looks great:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N8wkVA4_8s
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    I CANNOT WAIT for Moonrise Kingdom. It looks amazing.
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    (Original post by Mister Dead)
    An to top it off, I saw the my first big screen trail for the new Wes Anderson. And it looks great:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N8wkVA4_8s
    Never heard of this before now, looks good! Is it based on a novel?
 
 
 
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