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Old 11-06-2017, 10:11 AM   #20471 (permalink)
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oh ****, Killing of a Sacred Deer is out.

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you better go see it.

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Old 11-10-2017, 11:10 PM   #20472 (permalink)
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The Hateful Eight.

Tarantino doing what Tarantino does best. Only this time it's a period piece.

Old stalwarts Samuel L. Jackson and Tim Roth are on board along with a bunch of Tarantino first timers (as far as I know)

Tons of overacting by all involved - in classic Tarantino fashion - but the standout for me was Jennifer Jason Leigh.

She doesn't have many lines for the first 3/4ths of the film but each one is priceless. And her facial expressions and reactionary mannerisms are pure gold.

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Is it just me, or did it really feel like Tim Roth was trying to be Christoph Waltz the entire film?
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Old 11-10-2017, 11:19 PM   #20474 (permalink)
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Is it just me, or did it really feel like Tim Roth was trying to be Christoph Waltz the entire film?
Now that you mention it......
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Old 11-11-2017, 12:25 AM   #20475 (permalink)
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I liked Hateful a lot more than Django. Probably on par with Basterds in the Tarantino pantheon for me.
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MAYHEM.

Bat, this will easily be your pick for best flick of 2017.

Take Office Space (Troll? Before I die? Please?), the Purge, a bit of Fight Club, a little American Psycho, and South Korean gore, and mix them all together.

Not to mention The Walking Dead reunion. And, Samara Weaving covered in blood, and totally going for it....



Most fun movie of the genre since God Bless America.
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I'm gonna re-watch Office Space friends.
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Bat: Imagine yourself, peaking on bath salts, having just ****ed your most lusted after co-worker - who then decides to team up with you, let loose in Burger King corporate headquarters, going after the white shirt big bosses with nothing but hammers, nail guns, and small rotary saws.

This movie is all that and more.

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oh ****, Killing of a Sacred Deer is out.

@Frownland @Exo @anyone who i've seen talking about Yorgos Lanthimos films

you better go see it.
I saw this on Saturday and it's still settling in.
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Hello everybody

I last saw SPEED (1994) on VHS
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