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    I really want to see this film.
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    (Original post by Phalanges)
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    Your sig = :adore:

    (EDIT: I see this has already been discussed above :p:)

    Anyway, I finally watched Requiem for a Dream today. My respect for Aronofsky has shot up to a whole new level, and I already really liked him before.
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    Super 8 Super 8 Super 8 Super 8. JJ Abrams is such a tease
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    I am 39 minutes and 45 seconds into Fight Club. It's pretty awesome so far.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Initially thought you meant 'Fallen'. I have not seen 'The Fall'. I've just had a look at the trailer, it certainly looks like a strange film - like Big Fish and the Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. Tempted to check it out. The only film I've seen directed by Tarsem Singh was The Cell, which I loved. It got slated by critics, though Ebert praised it highly. Have you seen that?
    Ebert can be a bit hit and miss to be honest and I'm not really a fan of J-Lo. But it has Private Pyle (Vincent D'Onofrio) and the Lizard (Dylan Baker) so I might enjoy it. There's nothing wrong with a bit of shared dreaming aswell.

    The Fall is brilliant - I can't recommend it enough. :cool:
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    Just finished watching Once Upon A Time In America on Blu-Ray... I love this film more and more each time I watch it!
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    (Original post by cadaeibfeceh)
    So THOR was quite good I thought... not amazing (not up to Iron Man I/II standards I think) but a good precursor to The Avengers. Also I've never before found Natalie Portman attractive but she was in this...strange...
    ahh you ve seen Thor? Sweet, really want to see it ASAP. It's not too long is it? but wait, what? Lol Natalie is divine
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    (Original post by lukejoshjedi)
    ahh you ve seen Thor? Sweet, really want to see it ASAP. It's not too long is it? but wait, what? Lol Natalie is divine
    I have indeed! And no it's 114 minutes

    Haha I've never seen that.
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    (Original post by cadaeibfeceh)
    I have indeed! And no it's 114 minutes

    Haha I've never seen that.
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    Fast five-finally got round to watching it, must say top movie :yy:
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    It feels like the UK have been waiting absolutely ages for Hanna to be released. Oh well, only a week left...
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    Planning on watching Murder By Death tonight. Fingers crossed. I can't believe that for such an incredible actress, Maggie Smith has made such a vast amount of awful films.
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    (Original post by Pi!)
    I am 39 minutes and 45 seconds into Fight Club. It's pretty awesome so far.
    Why on earth would you come on here to post that...

    Anyway, going to watch Brother by "Beat" Takeshi, let's see if "the true successor to influential filmmaker Akira Kurosawa" holds truth.
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    Murder By Death. :facepalm2:
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    I just watched Storytelling. I was all excited because it's Todd Solondz and Belle & Sebastian did the soundtrack. Pretty let down to be honest... I ended up not really paying much attention, which is partly my fault as well, but still. I thought the youngest child in the second 'story' stole the film, really... He was hilarious.
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    For no reason, here's my DVD collection:

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    40 Year Old Virgin
    Anchorman
    Borat
    The Bounty
    Boyz N the Hood
    Braveheart
    Burn After Reading
    Carlito's Way
    Case 39
    Casino
    Che
    City of God & City of Men
    Crash
    The Dark Knight
    Deep Blue Sea
    Falling Down
    Finding Nemo
    Fight Club
    The Football Factory
    Gandhi
    Gladiator
    Glory
    The Godfather: Part I
    The Godfather: Part II
    Goodfellas
    Good Will Hunting
    House of Flying Daggers
    The Hurricane
    Jerry Maguire
    King Kong
    Knocked Up
    The Last King of Scotland
    The Last Samurai
    Layer Cake
    Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
    Love Actually
    Master & Commander
    Meet the Parents
    The Perfect Storm
    A Prophet
    Road to Perdition
    Rocky
    Saving Private Ryan
    Saw
    Scarface
    Scum
    Seven
    Shaun of the Dead
    Sin Nombre
    Spiderman
    Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
    Taken
    Taxi Driver
    Training Day
    Undercover Brother
    Wedding Crashers
    Zoolander
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    Just watched Saving Private Ryan. Forgot how epic and sad it is.
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    (Original post by NikNakWakAtak)
    The Fall is brilliant - I can't recommend it enough. :cool:
    So just finished watching it. It had a strange feel to it, weirder and darker than Big Fish and the imagination sequences were wonderful. The little girl was really cute, and I liked the relationship she built up with Roy. It was really moving in some parts. And in general, liked how the reality meshed with the story and vice versa.

    Slightly lost on the ending though.

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    Did Roy really recover? Or is it open to interpretation?
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    (Original post by channy)
    Why on earth would you come on here to post that...

    Anyway, going to watch Brother by "Beat" Takeshi, let's see if "the true successor to influential filmmaker Akira Kurosawa" holds truth.


    I like some of his films but. Nah.
 
 
 
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