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Old 08-13-2015, 12:11 AM   #15431 (permalink)
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Watched Withnail and I.

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





It's one of my favourite comedies and an overall awesome film.
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I watched the first half hour of Withnail and I and loved it. Then I forgot about it forever. Looks like I figured out what to do on my day off tomorrow.
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Old 08-13-2015, 10:48 AM   #15433 (permalink)
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Singham Returns. Awesome one. I like the movie a lot. Though seen it 4-5 times but still i like it.
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Singham Returns. Awesome one. I like the movie a lot. Though seen it 4-5 times but still i like it.
Do you have any Bollywood recommendations? I enjoy a good Bollywood movie. I like how silly they are. And the pretty ladies. And all the breaking into song and dance.
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Old 08-13-2015, 12:20 PM   #15435 (permalink)
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Watched Neighbors with Zack Efron and Seth Rogan and it was pretty freaking hilarious. The real standout though was Rose Byrne using her native accent. She was filthy as hell and really funny the whole movie.
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Old 08-14-2015, 08:04 AM   #15436 (permalink)
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A Field in England.

If you like odd movies, if you like incredible atmosphere, if you like folklore, if you like to work a little when watching a movie (ie nothing is explained or laid out) then I highly recommend it. It's one of my very favourites.





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The Hurt Locker on Netflix last night.

INTENSE!

Jeremy Renner is probably in my top 5 actors working today along with Benjamin Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, Michael Fassbender, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
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The Hurt Locker on Netflix last night.

INTENSE!

Jeremy Renner is probably in my top 5 actors working today along with Benjamin Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, Michael Fassbender, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
I thought it was pretty great, loved the way it built suspense like you mentioned. It so did not deserve that best pic Oscar given the competition though. The academy was clearly voting with their freedom boners.
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It so did not deserve that best pic Oscar given the competition though. The academy was clearly voting with their freedom boners.
Which movie do you think should have won?

Love how they used big name actors in such small roles, i.e; Guy Pierce, Ralph Fiennes, and David Morse. Bigelow has friends in Hollywood.
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A Serious Man was my favourite from that year, it's one of the Coen bros' best. I would've been cool with Precious or Inglourious Basterds winning too.
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