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Old 06-30-2022, 09:34 PM   #24041 (permalink)
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_A24_films

It's an impressive list, had no idea Under the Skin or Enemy or The Loster were theirs too. I thought they mostly put out stuff like Hereditary (which is fine I guess, though I mostly remember watching it in a cinema full of teens who were really scared by it in a pretty endearing way, more than the actual movie).

Pity that the Egoyan titles are no good but whatcanyado, he lost it after a great run in the 90s

Under the Silver Lake is a great LA movie

Really want to watch First Reformed and The Witch
Yeah Hereditary didn't make the biggest impression on me but The Witch was super cool as both a weirdo period film and weirdo horror movie. They're not particularly scary movies so much as they have great atmosphere and world building and The Witch is definitely a step up from Hereditary in that regard.
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Old 07-01-2022, 02:00 AM   #24042 (permalink)
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I forgot there was a new Macbeth. Has anyone seen it and if so how does it compare to Polanski's
I have not seen Polanski's but I liked the new Macbeth. I'm very partial to Frances mcdormand though.
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Old 07-01-2022, 06:58 AM   #24044 (permalink)
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Yeah Hereditary didn't make the biggest impression on me but The Witch was super cool as both a weirdo period film and weirdo horror movie. They're not particularly scary movies so much as they have great atmosphere and world building and The Witch is definitely a step up from Hereditary in that regard.
Speaking of Robert Eggers did you see The Northman?
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Old 07-01-2022, 07:25 AM   #24045 (permalink)
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Not yet but it sounds right up my alley.
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Yeah, get it high up on your watch list. I saw it in theaters twice, the second time I was absolutely blasted off an edible and it was probably the greatest film experience of my life
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Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (1965)

Old and dated, but hilarious as ****. Racial stereotypes abound, and there are some good names in it - Terry-Thomas, Eric Sykes, Tony Hancock, Benny Hill and Robert Morley - a great laugh, silly and slapstick but very enjoyable.
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Saw this remaster on the big screen yesterday. Gets better with every rewatch

Hmmmm. Well I was curious since I hadn't seen it for about 20 years so re-watched it this weekend. I understand why it's labelled as controversial now (not sure if it was back when it came out).

Not going deeper into the complexities of the film, I just have to say it was quite uncomfortable to watch all that violence against women. Apart from that, it's sharp and funny as well as deeply sad. I understand completely how it would have captured my attention back then to explore his filmography. However, not sure if I would return to it very soon. I'm much more fond of his softer, kinder films.
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Morbius! Look, Marvel’s fantasias are over. Copied the plots of many past series! Rated 3 out of 10
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Great film! I liked the plot.
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