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Old 02-01-2009, 04:30 AM   #2201 (permalink)
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I didn't say I didn't like it, it's just that I've been watching loads of Ken Loach films at the time and that one didn't stray much from his usual formula. Billy Eliot is in a different universe, stylistically and thematically. (And yeah, I had to put the subtitles on, but that was nout compared to the scottish accent in Sweet sixteen. )
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Old 02-01-2009, 06:30 AM   #2202 (permalink)
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That's actually fairly comprehensible. I started laughing when I watched the start of Sweet sixteen, did not understand a single word...

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Old 02-01-2009, 11:29 AM   #2203 (permalink)
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Old 02-01-2009, 12:24 PM   #2204 (permalink)
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Marijan detests Crank with a passion. How the hell are they going to work Crank 2 though?
Yeah, I saw the preview the other day and it didn't look very good. The first one was over the top and ridiculous but this new one looks maybe a little too ridiculous.
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Old 02-01-2009, 12:32 PM   #2205 (permalink)
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It was. It's one of the most high-energy, kinetic movies I've ever seen. By that standard it was great.
And by every other, it was a stupid, misogynistic, homophobic piece of shit.
LOL @ super-serious moralistic interpretation of a B-movie about a bunch of criminals.
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Old 02-01-2009, 01:29 PM   #2206 (permalink)
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This was a pretty interesting movie experience for me. If you ever plan on watching these watch them back to back, because they are somewhat meaningless alone. These are great movies, really interesting and unique. I much prefer Sunset to Sunrise though. I feel that Sunrise can get self-indulgent and pretentious at times with the script, and for some reason I can't stand Delpy in Sunrise. Sunset is the true masterpiece. Delpy and Hawke helped write the script and this is very apparent in the film. The acting is so realistic and I felt so much for the characters (actually shed a tear for Hawke's character at one point).

Highly recommend these movies to anyone who appreciates a good love story.
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LOL @ super-serious moralistic interpretation of a B-movie about a bunch of criminals.
What can I tell ya, certain films should insult everyone's intelligence. Maybe it's cos I'm so gay so I can't really relate on a testosterone level. :\

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It's been awhile these will be short.

The Limey- 9/10

The opening may just be the peak of badassery in the film industry. Tell Clint Eastwood he's ****in comin. The story revolves around Wilson, a recently released convict, who goes on a search for his daughter, who he learns is dead. He finds out it was her boyfriend who killed her and goes on a quest for revenge. He's British, it's in the title. He's in LA, that's in the movie. Luiz Guzman is in it, how can't you like it. Peter Fonda's in it, he's the villain/antagonist. The movie has such unique ways of filming it, mainly the part when Wilson's at Fonda's party and is thinking of what will happen when he shoots him. Then there's the end sequence of remembrance. I missed the very beginning so I just know Terrence Stamp (Wilson) goes on his mission to kill Americans. Watch this thing dawg.

Gran Torino- 9/10

The main complaint I have is the white dude from that one scene and Thao's inability to show raw emotion (or that's how I viewed it). Otherwise, this was a wonderful movie. Eastwood slowly learns that he doesn't have to hate AZN's (though I have yet to understand why) and gets some friends that aren't honky whores. He helps our young Thao in life lessons, like how to be a man in many ways. Thao's sister obviously likes them old. Thao's grandma, like me, hate's honkies and chews tobbaco like no other. The gangbangers are annoying and try to scare and hurt Clint Eastwood, but as we all know, Clint Eastwood cannot feel pain. The final showdown contains one of the few instances where my heart jumps with anxiety for a cool guy (because they don't come cooler than Clint). OMG why aren't you watching this legally or illegally. Recommended.
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