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Old 12-18-2012, 03:16 PM   #12651 (permalink)
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is it weird that this almost brings tears to my eyes....
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Old 12-18-2012, 03:20 PM   #12652 (permalink)
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is it weird that this almost brings tears to my eyes....
Suck it up man, its just a movie.
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Old 12-18-2012, 03:29 PM   #12653 (permalink)
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Old 12-19-2012, 09:44 AM   #12654 (permalink)
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I hope they're better than the 2nd and 3rd Evil Dead movies.
I now hate you. We are no longer internet friends. Though the first is also my favorite. It's silly and campy, but it legitimately creeps me out too. The whole floating camera thing would give me nightmares if I was like six years old.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:02 AM   #12655 (permalink)
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I now hate you. We are no longer internet friends. Though the first is also my favorite. It's silly and campy, but it legitimately creeps me out too. The whole floating camera thing would give me nightmares if I was like six years old.
Nah we're still friends, who else on here is going to hold your hand and guide you through life.

BTW the first Evil Dead still spooks me and even at my age, I peek through my fingers at the gory parts.
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Old 12-20-2012, 01:02 PM   #12656 (permalink)
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I love the evil dead II, it was basically like instead of doing a direct sequel, just remake the first one, but parody yourself and poke fun at yourself. It is one of my favorite horror/comedy movies. It works more as a movie that just makes fun of itself.

The third one is more kid friendly, not totally, but more just a fun movie.

I love the whole trilogy.
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:48 PM   #12657 (permalink)
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This is the film that won the 2011 Jury Prize at Cannes. It's about the Child Protection Agency in Paris and what they deal with on a daily basis. The film goes through several different cases and events to try and portray a full year at the agency. What a film. The cast and direction was superb and the ending was lasting and memorable. There are a lot of heavy scenes in this one that make for kind of a depressing movie but the film has moments of humor to lighten the mood a bit. It's very dialogue driven and slow at times but it is to build good characters which if anybody reads my posts on a regular basis knows that I find it very important to have character development in such a serious film. I highly recommend this one.

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Old 12-21-2012, 03:34 AM   #12658 (permalink)
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I recently watched "Cool Hand Luke" (1967), which has Paul Newman as the main character. Seriously one of the best films I have seen in recent times, it's about a man who, once put into jail, refuses to conform and rebels against the accepted norms of the prison. Amidst amazing actings and subtle symbolism, it's seriously great. Best film I've seen since I watched "Pierrot le fou" (1965), about a month ago.
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4. Flying Lotus // Until the Quiet Comes [4.5/5]
5. Grimes // Visions [4.5/5]
6. Godspeed You! Black Emperor // 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend! [4.5/5]
7. Tame Impala // Lonerism [4/5]
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11. Leonard Cohen // Old Ideas [4/5]
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13. Jessie Ware // Devotion [4/5]
14. Andy Stott // Luxury Problems [4/5]
15. Grizzly Bear // Shields [4/5]
16. Converge // All We Love We Leave Behind [4/5]
17. Chromatics // Kill for Love [4/5]
18. METZ / METZ [4/5]
19. Dexys Midnight Runners // One Day I'm Going to Soar [4/5]
20. Jack White // Blunderbuss [4/5]
21. El-P // Cancer 4 Cure [4/5]
22. Goat // World Music [4/5]
23. Bob Dylan // Tempest [4/5]
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47. Cat Power // Sun [3.5/5]
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I don't think I can adequately review this film with using the phrase "HOLY ****ING BALLS THAT WAS RETARDEDLY BADASS" so I'll just get it out of the way. Zero substance in this film but 110% badassery. I loved it. Some of the best fight scenes I've ever seen and the direction was flawless. There wasn't any of that shaky cam bull**** you see now. Just a perfect action film.

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Old 12-21-2012, 03:20 PM   #12660 (permalink)
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I don't think I can adequately review this film with using the phrase "HOLY ****ING BALLS THAT WAS RETARDEDLY BADASS" so I'll just get it out of the way. Zero substance in this film but 110% badassery. I loved it. Some of the best fight scenes I've ever seen and the direction was flawless. There wasn't any of that shaky cam bull**** you see now. Just a perfect action film.
I saw this when it came out in cinemas a few months ago! I did enjoy it, but it doesn't have that much depth does it? Just extended fight scenes (which were really, really awesome).
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I played around with my computer and made this ambient music piece, check it out if you can: https://soundcloud.com/finnssoundclo...e-and-death-of
Spoiler for My Top 50 Albums of 2012 (Still in progress):
1. Kendrick Lamar // good kid, m.A.A.d city [4.5/5]
2. Frank Ocean // channel ORANGE [4.5/5]
3. Fiona Apple // The Idler Wheel... [4.5/5]
4. Flying Lotus // Until the Quiet Comes [4.5/5]
5. Grimes // Visions [4.5/5]
6. Godspeed You! Black Emperor // 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend! [4.5/5]
7. Tame Impala // Lonerism [4/5]
8. Death Grips // The Money Store [4/5]
9. Swans // The Seer [4/5]
10. Beach House // Bloom [4/5]
11. Leonard Cohen // Old Ideas [4/5]
12. Killer Mike // R.A.P. Music [4/5]
13. Jessie Ware // Devotion [4/5]
14. Andy Stott // Luxury Problems [4/5]
15. Grizzly Bear // Shields [4/5]
16. Converge // All We Love We Leave Behind [4/5]
17. Chromatics // Kill for Love [4/5]
18. METZ / METZ [4/5]
19. Dexys Midnight Runners // One Day I'm Going to Soar [4/5]
20. Jack White // Blunderbuss [4/5]
21. El-P // Cancer 4 Cure [4/5]
22. Goat // World Music [4/5]
23. Bob Dylan // Tempest [4/5]
24. Bill Fay // Life is People [4/5]
25. Gojira // L'enfant sauvage [4/5]
26. Max Richter // Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons (Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin/André de Ridder; Daniel Hope) [4/5]
27. Caspian // Waking Season [4/5]
28. Staff Benda Bilili // Bouger le monde! [4/5]
29. Bobby Womack // The Bravest Man in the Universe [4/5]
30. The Men // Open Your Heart [4/5]
31. Ty Segall // Twins [4/5]
32. Liars // WIXIW [4/5]
33. Spiritualized // Sweet Heart Sweet Light [4/5]
34. Dr. John // Locked Down [4/5]
35. Dan Deacon // America [4/5]
36. Actress // R.I.P [4/5]
37. Sharon Van Etten // Tramp [4/5]
38. Kindness // World, You Need a Change of Mind [4/5]
39. Chairlift // Something [4/5]
40. Martin Rossiter // The Defenestration of St Martin [3.5/5]
41. Sean Price // Mic Tyson [3.5/5]
42. Miguel // Kaleidoscope Dream [3.5/5]
43. Japandroids // Celebration Rock [3.5/5]
44. Django Django // Django Django [3.5/5]
45. Crystal Castles // (III) [3.5/5]
46. Jamey Johnson // Livin' for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran [3.5/5]
47. Cat Power // Sun [3.5/5]
48. Anaïs Mitchell // Young Man in America [3.5/5]
49. Taylor Swift // Red [3.5/5]
50. Lana Del Rey // Born to Die [3.5/5]
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