• Rate the last movie you watched - February
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[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35472226]and yet again, I don't understand the dumbs[/QUOTE] People either hate you or think that rating boxes is cooler than disagree.
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35472226]and yet again, I don't understand the dumbs[/QUOTE] I'd rate you dumb for the first statement. Because its pretty dumb to think that this generation's music sucks, especially since you just explained your opinion on movies when the same exact thing applies to music.
[QUOTE=Hakita;35472583]I'd rate you dumb for the first statement. Because its pretty dumb to think that this generation's music sucks, especially since you just explained your opinion on movies when the same exact thing applies to music.[/QUOTE] I said partially. And like you said, the same thing applies to movies: more music being made, more shitty music being released.
[QUOTE=imMonkeyGOD;35470780]That was the first Wes Anderson film I saw. I must say it was pretty awkward at first but then it grew on me and it got hilarious.[/QUOTE] It's definitely a strange one, but I think in comparison to Darjeeling Express or Royal Tenenbaums it's a bit more approachable.
Fight Club... such a mindfuck movie, don't know if I can rate it, but the outlook on society in it makes you think so much...
[QUOTE=AK'z;35468952]Fight Club I saw this first time when I was about 7 or 8. My poor brain :( I'll have to say Fincher is one of the few directors of our generation who can be regarded as great.[/QUOTE] I think Winding Refn also fits that title but I may wait until Only God Forgives to definitely bestow it upon him. But so far his track record is pretty spotless
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Snowtown - 7/10 Acting and cinematography were superb, but it was too long and overly complicated.
Jaws: 8/10 Very well made movie, it had great characters and a good story. It was very hard to watch for me, I am absolutely terrified by any kind of blood and gore and I get very sick to the stomach whenever I see it. I had to step out for some parts. However, what I saw of it was terrific, another great picture by Spielberg.
did the general TV shows thread die?
I couldn't sleep and the 2010 version of the Karate Kid was on TV so I watched the rest of what was on. The part where Mr. Han was crying made me sad :(
Hard Candy - ?/10 Ellen Page was really good in it, and I liked Patrick Wilson's character. But I really am not sure if I liked it or not. Very different flick.
Stranger Than Paradise - 9/10 Jim Jarmusch is easily one of the most brilliant, if not the most brilliant director of the last 30 years. There is such a wonderful humanity to his characters, such a sense of poetry to each and every shot in his movies, and Stranger Than Paradise just might be his greatest work. This is the sort of stuff because of which I watch movies to begin with.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind- 8/10 Ow, my brain.
blissfully yours 8/10 patience is rewarding
The Mist 9/10 Fucking loved it. The ending actually made me feel emotion/reflect on shit.
[QUOTE=Caragolpe;35477732]did the general TV shows thread die?[/QUOTE] Just like I said, a TV show thread won't last very long.
[QUOTE=Kero_;35471938]There are so many directors, not to mention the amount of them who don't get the honor they deserve, that this saying is really irrelevant.[/QUOTE] Relax. The film world disregards any hidden gems. Unlike the music world. :-) [editline]8th April 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35472226]and yet again, I don't understand the dumbs[/QUOTE] Music has never had a bad era. [editline]8th April 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Dominicus;35472056]The Bad Luitenant: Port Call of New Orleans. 9/10 Cage is positively batshit crazy in this one. I liked his acting and that of his co-players. The story was a tad sketchy at points but in the end it all kinda came together.[/QUOTE] Really great movie.
Scarface 9/10 Al Pacino in one of his finest roles. The story shows a near perfect rise of a character first arriving in America, to his eventual downfall, making bad decision after bad decision, and pushing everyone out of his life, until a memorable last stand. Despite the character he is playing, you still get a feeling that after everything he has done, he still abides by his own principles, refusing to kill people under certain circumstances, yet killing others over what some would see as minute details. Fantastic film.
Man on a Ledge 8/10 - the ending felt a little bit rushed
[QUOTE=Frisk;35478355]Hard Candy - ?/10 Ellen Page was really good in it, and I liked Patrick Wilson's character. But I really am not sure if I liked it or not. Very different flick.[/QUOTE] I dislike that movie. The photography was exaggerated, like they wanted to shoot it all "cool" with filter raping and shit, and the story was kind of lame.
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;35478392]Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind- 8/10 Ow, my brain.[/QUOTE] I didn't find it nearly as mind fucking as people made it out to be.
[QUOTE=AK'z;35479484] Music has never had a bad era.[/QUOTE] actually yes, it has. not an era of better music, but an era of different music. It may sound like a bad excuse now, but I only said that as an example, for what was the point of my post
[QUOTE=Primus;35479208]The Mist 9/10 Fucking loved it. The ending actually made me feel emotion/reflect on shit.[/QUOTE] I'll never understand the praise that the ending gets. It was way too forced.
[QUOTE=The_Marine;35481958]I'll never understand the praise that the ending gets. It was way too forced.[/QUOTE] It's not praised, it's just shocking.
[QUOTE=The_Marine;35481958]I'll never understand the praise that the ending gets. It was way too forced.[/QUOTE] It was a fantastic ending. A nice change from either the group being killed by the monsters or getting out alive. [editline]8th April 2012[/editline] Also I just noticed Dale and Andrea are in that movie.
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35481941]actually yes, it has. not an era of better music, but an era of different music. It may sound like a bad excuse now, but I only said that as an example, for what was the point of my post[/QUOTE] The fact that you know nothing amuses me. :-)
I Saw The Devil Fucking intense, 8.5/10, first time I've felt uneasy because of a movie
Battle Royale 8/10 Amazing movie though Kawadas boner ruined the ending for me.
[QUOTE=PC_Paul;35482635]Battle Royale 8/10 Amazing movie though Kawadas boner ruined the ending for me.[/QUOTE] wait what
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