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Old 08-09-2009, 02:51 PM   #3811 (permalink)
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One of the most popular "arthouse" films of all time--so it doesn't really need me to come in here saying how great it is but--what a fucking film! It's funny, the more Bunuel I watch the more I realize how pervasive his influence on cinema has been. I initially associated him as an influence on the big-name decidedly weird directors like Jodoworsky and Lynch (Bunuel is a huge influence for both), but watching more you see just how much impact Bunuel has had on modern cinema as a whole, not just the niche weird stuff. Anyway...brilliant surrealist satire.
bunuel is ****ing awesome. belle de jour, le fantome de la liberte, and el angel exterminador are awesome as well.
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Old 08-09-2009, 02:56 PM   #3812 (permalink)
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Just watched this again, still looks awesome on the big screen.

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Old 08-09-2009, 02:58 PM   #3813 (permalink)
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Just watched this again, still looks awesome on the big screen.

Midnight showing?

I had a chance to see Mononoke on the big screen couple of months ago. Missed it.
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Old 08-09-2009, 02:59 PM   #3814 (permalink)
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No, it literally just finished about 10 minutes ago
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No, it literally just finished about 10 minutes ago
But you also said on the "big screen."

Home theater?
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Old 08-09-2009, 03:05 PM   #3816 (permalink)
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Oh right, yeah
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just back from the pics went to see "the ugly truth"
was okay nothing special
wouldnt really recommend it, it really dragged at parts n my mind would wander, i hate films like that
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Old 08-10-2009, 05:18 AM   #3818 (permalink)
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I'm sorry that you've taken such offense to the fact that I think your taste in film is absolute shit. Maybe if you watched better films you wouldn't have this problem? I don't know, that seems like a good solution. What is "real world cinema" ? That means nothing. You're a music fan, I assume, since you're posting on this site. If the type of shite films that you like are what you would consider "real world cinema" then am I allowed to say that Nickelback and Miley Cyrus are "real world music" with which you're obviously just out of touch? Or can we accept that the general population has awful taste in music, just like you have awful taste in film, and leave meaningless terms like "real world cinema" that you've invented to make yourself feel better about your taste, out of the discussion completely?

Also, up to this point...I hadn't made a single personal attack. In fact I don't think I'd said anything notably douchebaggy. Apparently you just really don't like it when someone says "That film was directed by Michael Bay..."
The tone of your replies are insulting enough.
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Old 08-10-2009, 09:32 AM   #3819 (permalink)
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just back from the pics went to see "the ugly truth"
was okay nothing special
wouldnt really recommend it, it really dragged at parts n my mind would wander, i hate films like that
I secretly want to see this movie but I'll probably wait til it comes out on dvd instead of going to see it by myself.

The last movie I watched this weekend was The Contract. A straight to dvd movie starring John Cusack and Morgan Freeman. It was bloody awful. I don't even know how I made it through the movie. The description for the movie made it sound more exciting than it turned out to be.
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Old 08-10-2009, 02:40 PM   #3820 (permalink)
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I got The Deer Hunter and Grosse Point Blank out of the library and watched them both last night.

The Deer Hunter was incredibly depressing, however it was an incredible movie non the less. Definitely one of my favourite De Niro roles, perhaps better than Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver.

Grosse Point Blank is either my favourite or second favourite Cusack comedy, I really love High Fidelity so it's kind of hard to choose between the two. They both have an amazing supporting cast and excellent soundtracks. It definitely lightened the mood after The Deer Hunter.
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