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Old 03-15-2017, 02:40 PM   #19021 (permalink)
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I could swear I remembering liking the remake back when, but it clearly didn't leave that much of an impression. Which is odd cause the Night of the Living Dead remake did, but that was my first zombie movie so I guess it gets a pass.

And I'm not looking for any comments on Audition until I've finished it, but the premise is so hilariously sexist Japanese that I don't know if it's making a comment on Japanese sexism or if it's just sexist. I've watched too much anime and Japanese movies to honestly tell at this point since Japan is just Japan. I'm just bookmarking this comment for when I finish the movie.

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Old 03-15-2017, 02:42 PM   #19022 (permalink)
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**** yeah, you're next is some next level ****.

i actually have a soft spot for the dawn of the dead remake. not the best horror movie but a very fun action flick imo.
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I guess you're must be a bombass movie.
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Old 03-15-2017, 02:43 PM   #19023 (permalink)
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the movie is called you're next ***got

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Old 03-15-2017, 02:44 PM   #19024 (permalink)
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I think Charles is drunk.

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Old 03-15-2017, 04:25 PM   #19026 (permalink)
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Saw it when it first came out and needed a bunch of time before seeing it again.

Such a disturbing and utterly depressing flick.
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Old 03-16-2017, 09:16 AM   #19027 (permalink)
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Pretty good movie. Orson Welles is always great...this is him in his full blown drunk fat guy era, which is his best era if you ask me. Plus, Charlton Heston plays a Mexican. Makes sense.
Oddly enough, I've been on a classic Noir binge for the past 3 weeks. Been watching 1 or 2 per evening, re-watching a few well-known titles of the genre and, mostly, watching some of the lesser-known ones I haven't seen before.

Touch of Evil is one of my favorites. May have to watch it again and refresh my memory.
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Oddly enough, I've been on a classic Noir binge for the past 3 weeks. Been watching 1 or 2 per evening, re-watching a few well-known titles of the genre and, mostly, watching some of the lesser-known ones I haven't seen before.

Touch of Evil is one of my favorites. May have to watch it again and refresh my memory.
Yeah, it's one of my favorites as well. Apparently, before the movie was released Orson Welles sent a letter to the studio about his displeasure of their cut and outlined a bunch of details for how to fix it to get it to his vision. I got a blu ray where they did their best to recut it and include some additional scenes to get it as close to his vision as possible. Gotta say, it's worth a watch if you like the original theatrical version.

Do you have any recommendations? I'm moving on to the Third Man next, but I need more!
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I just watched The Third Man, that one's excellent, especially the soundtrack. Have you seen Alphaville (French space-noir), Night of the Hunter, or Compulsion?
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I just watched The Third Man, that one's excellent, especially the soundtrack. Have you seen Alphaville (French space-noir), Night of the Hunter, or Compulsion?
I have not - they are going on my list. French space-noir sounds fascinating.
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