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Old 08-10-2015, 02:46 AM   #15421 (permalink)
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Old 08-10-2015, 10:07 AM   #15422 (permalink)
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one of my deepest darkest secrets is that i have a unrelenting love for cutesy sappy romantic movies. no idea why, its basically the opposite of who i am as a real person but i love em.

so yesterday i was hungover so why not watch some romance and stumbled on this:



i think i was drawn mostly cuz she looks like carly rae jepsen here but there was essentially no chance of me not loving this movie off the bat. kind of reminded me of that reese witherspoon/mark ruffalo movie where he sees her coma ghost but i unashamedly love that one too so. its just so dang nice

uh so if anyonme has some cutesy romance movies they want to share with me plz do. i might go on a kick

dont tell any of my bros tho gotta maintain my cool guy rep
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Old 08-10-2015, 10:14 AM   #15423 (permalink)
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Watch In the Mood for Love. You can enjoy the cutesy bull**** while masquerading that you're watching a high minded art film (it just has nice cinematography).
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Old 08-10-2015, 10:16 AM   #15424 (permalink)
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Great reqs. Will watch.
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Old 08-10-2015, 10:17 AM   #15425 (permalink)
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one of my deepest darkest secrets is that i have a unrelenting love for cutesy sappy romantic movies. no idea why, its basically the opposite of who i am as a real person but i love em.

so yesterday i was hungover so why not watch some romance and stumbled on this:



i think i was drawn mostly cuz she looks like carly rae jepsen here but there was essentially no chance of me not loving this movie off the bat. kind of reminded me of that reese witherspoon/mark ruffalo movie where he sees her coma ghost but i unashamedly love that one too so. its just so dang nice

uh so if anyonme has some cutesy romance movies they want to share with me plz do. i might go on a kick

dont tell any of my bros tho gotta maintain my cool guy rep
Joss Whedon? Sold.
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Old 08-10-2015, 02:42 PM   #15426 (permalink)
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Watch In the Mood for Love. You can enjoy the cutesy bull**** while masquerading that you're watching a high minded art film (it just has nice cinematography).
Can't support this statement enough. Any Wong Kar Wai film is an excellent choice really. 2046 is very similar.
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Old 08-10-2015, 03:51 PM   #15427 (permalink)
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Can't support this statement enough. Any Wong Kar Wai film is an excellent choice really. 2046 is very similar.
both of those intrigue me just off one google search. neither seem "cutesy" but still will give em a watch
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:20 AM   #15428 (permalink)
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Inside Out (2015)

I saw this with someone on Friday and it was an absolute blast, easily my favorite Pixar original since Wall-E (sorry Up). The animation in both the real world and Riley's head was beautiful and quite striking, but incredibly colorful. The story was really well paced and had a kind of Dr. Suess style to its delivery about of a message that isn't always easy to get across, in this case that sadness is a necessary emotion. I mean it's not like kids movies never dealt with that before, but I think it was always just shown and then left to the parents to explain why Bambi's mom had to die, but in this case the movie actually goes into it. It was also incredibly imaginative with how it depicts the inner workings of the mind, with some clever analogies and some hilarious scenes, like how dreams are just made by a production studio. In fact, the only thing I didn't like about this movie was the short film "Lava" played at the beginning, that was absolute shit and completely played against the lesson the actual film was supposed to teach. That said, if that's the only complaint then the film is doing pretty fucking well in that regard and it's nice to see Pixar back on top after a few scant years of anything really compelling.
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Old 08-12-2015, 08:03 AM   #15429 (permalink)
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Watched Terminator:Genisys.
It's a terrible, awkward, cringeworthy trainwreck.
Still somehow watchable, albeit, most of the time, barely.
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Old 08-12-2015, 05:36 PM   #15430 (permalink)
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Watched Withnail and I.

Very funny film with a fantastic soundtrack. I believe it was funded by George Harrison.





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