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Old 11-21-2016, 04:11 PM   #18161 (permalink)
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Rewatched Sexy Beast.
It really is pretty damn great and all the things I said about the second half being weaker and just Kingsley carrying the movie were bull****.
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Old 11-21-2016, 04:21 PM   #18163 (permalink)
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The Revanant

It really stuck with me. Beautiful scenery, fairly decent story line (a little reminiscent of Platoon with Fitzgeralds character), and acting. The gore was what made it stand out for me though. I get bruises from just watching Jackass type clips, so sitting through all that made it burn into my psyche like a hot knife through butter. The GF is a huge animal rights activist, and I set it up for her to watch it tonight on the 60" in HD. It'll be interesting to see how far into it she gets.
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It really stuck with me. Beautiful scenery, fairly decent story line (a little reminiscent of Platoon with Fitzgeralds character), and acting. The gore was what made it stand out for me though. I get bruises from just watching Jackass type clips, so sitting through all that made it burn into my psyche like a hot knife through butter. The GF is a huge animal rights activist, and I set it up for her to watch it tonight on the 60" in HD. It'll be interesting to see how far into it she gets.
I wonder if she'll be able to bear it.
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I wonder if she'll be able to bear it.
I wonder if she'll be willing to bare it for Plank after such a gore fest. Two hairy beasts in one night might be just a bit too much....
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I wonder if she'll be willing to bare it for Plank after such a gore fest. Two hairy beasts in one night might be just a bit too much....
She poked the bear? No. Wait... the bear poked her. This must be Soviet Russia.
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GREEN ROOM

Not as good as I'd expected. Too much of the film is shot in the dark where it's hard to tell what's going on. American History X did a better job of depicting skinheads too. Still, not a bad flick.

EDGE OF TOMORROW

Finally got Linda to watch this. Such a fun movie which get's better (and funnier) with repeated viewings. There's no one better than Cruise at playing this sort of role and Emily Blunt is simply my favorite actress out there right now.
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