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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Beetlejuice Now Reviewed - 24/6/2006 12:08:55 PM   
Beetlejuice!


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ORIGINAL: Leomuse

Mr. Burton ranked:

1. Ed Wood  [1994]  -  ****
2. Mars Attacks!  [1996]  -  ***1/2
3. Edward Scissorhands  [1990]  -  ***1/2
4. Beetlejuice  [1988]  -  ***1/2
5. Big Fish  [2003]  -  ***
6. Sleepy Hollow  [1999]  -  ***
7. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride  [2005]  -  **1/2
8. Batman Returns  [1992]  -  **
9. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory  [2005]  -  **
10. Batman  [1989]  -  **
11. Planet of the Apes  [2001]  -  *


Glad you enjoyed Beetlejuice, Leomuse. It's been a favourite of mine since I was a kid. The film that got put on continuous loop on rainy days. And you agree with me about Catherine O'Hara - she's hilarious in the film.

Here's how I'd rate Burton:

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)  8/10
Corpse Bride (2005)  8/10
Big Fish (2003)  8/10
Planet of the Apes (2001)  3/10
Sleepy Hollow (1999)  8/10
Mars Attacks! (1996)  6/10
Ed Wood (1994) 8/10
Batman Returns (1992)  7/10
Edward Scissorhands (1990)  8/10
Batman (1989)  7/10
Beetlejuice (1988) 10/10
Pee-Wee's Big Adventure (1985)  7/10




A director who has done consistently good movies (only one dud in his career), but Beetlejuice remains the best of the lot!

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Beetlejuice Now Reviewed - 24/6/2006 12:15:08 PM   
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Most Burton films I've seen I gave 5 or 4. The only exception is POTA with 2.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - Sellers and Sex-Themed Films (Wahey!)... - 25/6/2006 11:33:10 PM   
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33.)
Y tu mamá también
2001
Alfonso Cuarón
105 minutes
Mexico
1st viewing
Date viewed: Friday 23rd June 2006
 
"Play with babies and you'll end up washing diapers!"
 
  
 
One of the best coming-of-age tales in recent memory. Both hilarious and touching as well as downright sexy. Cuaron's direction is great and he gets the most out of his actors, though surprisingly, Diego Luna is the best of the two male leads rather Gael Garcia Bernal. Whilst touching upon themes of sexual exploration, the film also successfully explores Mexican culture as well as the nature of friendship and comradery. And it has boobs!
 
Rating:
9/10
 
 
34.)
The Pink Panther
1963
Blake Edwards
113 minutes
UK/USA
1st viewing
Date viewed: Saturday 24th June 2006
 
"What kind of candle is zis?"
 
  
 
You know how funny A Shot in the Dark is and how Sellers is fantastic in this role? Well, the first film is different in that Sellers is not as good due to his limited screen time and when he's not around, the film is not funny. The film is frankly dull. David Niven's character and scheme are just not engaging and the princess character is one of the most irritating that I've come across in a film in a long time. When Sellers is around, it's amusing, but it feels as though a clown has been let loose in a James Bond film because everyone else is acting so straight and serious despite the outlandishness of the plot. It's just a very mediocre film.
 
Rating:
3/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Sellers and Sex-Themed Films (Wah... - 26/6/2006 4:03:32 AM   
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I have yet to see Y tu mamá también although I've been meaning to for some time. It's been quite a few years since I last saw any of the Pink Panther films, and they've all sort of merged into one now, but I remember finding this one of the weaker films in the series


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Sellers and Sex-Themed Films (Wah... - 26/6/2006 9:19:16 PM   
Leomuse


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My tape containing Dr. Strangelove has disappeared so that viewing has been temporarily postponed. Another review will be up shortly.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - Dead Man's Shoes Now Reviewed - 26/6/2006 9:45:45 PM   
Leomuse


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35.)
Dead Man's Shoes
2004
Shane Meadows
090 minutes
UK
1st viewing
Date viewed: Monday 26th June 2006
 
"I'm not threatening you mate. It's beyond fucking words. I watched over you when you were asleep and I looked at your fucking neck and I was that far away from slicing it. You're fucking there mate! So get in that car... and FUCK OFF!"
 
  
 
Both a brilliant revenge film as well as a great morality tale, this may well be the best British film produced in this current decade. In an interesting change from the revenge film formula, much of the film's length is spent with those being hunted down, and though one never sympathises with them, the viewer does manage to gain an understanding of their feelings. Paddy Considine's performance in the lead role is a tour de force, as he manages to be both manic and frightening, but also sympathetic due to what has happened to his brother, who is played well by Toby Kebbell. Gary Stretch is also very good in the role of the leader of the group Considine is trying to mess with. The low-budget helps the film to retain a gritty but ultimately familiar look. The film is also different from many in the revenge sub-genre because Considine is very much influenced by other characters' actions and words - he is not simply killing without assessing the situation. It's a very interesting revenge film, and also very entertaining if you're not looking for particular messages.
 
Rating:
9/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Dead Man's Shoes Now Reviewed - 27/6/2006 10:29:14 AM   
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Spot on about Dead Mans Shoes. An amazing film.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Dead Man's Shoes Now Reviewed - 27/6/2006 7:57:00 PM   
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I loved Dead Mans Shoes. Pure class.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - The Last Picture Show Now Reviewed - 27/6/2006 11:18:33 PM   
Leomuse


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36.)
The Last Picture Show
1971
Peter Bogdanovich
118 minutes
USA
1st viewing
Date viewed: Tuesday 27th June 2006
 
"One thing I know for sure. A person can't sneeze in this town without somebody offering them a handkerchief." 
 
 
 
At times, this drama lives up to its reputation and is truly great. Unfortunately though, I found that at numerous points during the film, I was unengaged and slightly bored. I think that this was due to the fact that I didn't find some of the characters interesting. Cybill Shephard was very poor and the focus on her character was a particular low point. Timothy Bottoms in the lead role isn't particularly good either and when a film's main protagonist isn't very interesting, the rest of the film is bound to suffer as a result. The film's highlights include the brilliant direction and cinematography, as well as some great supporting turns from Ellen Burstyn, Cloris Leachman, Ben Johnson, Eileen Brennan and even Apocalypse Now star Sam Bottoms in a mute role is a highlight. The town itself displays a great atmosphere which helps the viewer to understand certain characters' views about their environment.
 
Rating:
6/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Last Picture Show Now Reviewed - 30/6/2006 8:17:09 PM   
Leomuse


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I've recently gone through my log of every film I've seen and altered some of my ratings as I felt that in many cases, I rated films far too highly and since viewing them, have liked them less. Some of the ratings of the films in this thread have now been changed.

Another review soon.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Last Picture Show Now Reviewed - 30/6/2006 8:32:27 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Leomuse

I've recently gone through my log of every film I've seen and altered some of my ratings as I felt that in many cases, I rated films far too highly and since viewing them, have liked them less. Some of the ratings of the films in this thread have now been changed.

You should write for Empire.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Last Picture Show Now Reviewed - 30/6/2006 8:35:46 PM   
Leomuse


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Heh.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Last Picture Show Now Reviewed - 30/6/2006 8:54:26 PM   
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Never checked in on this thread, an interesting read I might say.

Glad you liked The Thin Red Line, I watched it for probably the second time all the way through the other night. A truly stunning and beautiful experience, one of the most profoundly moving films I have ever seen. Probably my favourite war film, and in fact, might aswell go straight into my top 10. The assault on the village is so incredibly powerful, as that musical score reaches a high point, camera following characters as they charge through the village slaughtering anything that moves. Cinema doesn't get better than that really. And the sheer level of narration by different characters, the flashbacks with the beautiful Miranda Otto has me in tears. God, how does one create something of such brilliance? This film will be remembered forever.

Mallick may have been forced to butcher The New World, but it could never reach the level of this experience. A film-maker could die happy with a single film of this quality.

Watch Crash (1996) next, I noticed it's on your list. One of my favourites, a Cronenberg masterpiece.


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Last Picture Show Now Reviewed - 1/7/2006 12:26:33 AM   
Leomuse


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ORIGINAL: Megalo-who?

Watch Crash (1996) next, I noticed it's on your list. One of my favourites, a Cronenberg masterpiece.



Crash is on the same tape as The Return but after it, so when I see that, Crash will certainly follow.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - Assault on Precinct 13 Now Reviewed - 1/7/2006 12:58:01 PM   
Leomuse


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37.)
Assault on Precinct 13
1976
John Carpenter
091 minutes
USA
1st viewing
Date viewed: Friday 30th June 2006
 
"In the meantime, I got this plan. It's called 'Save Ass'. And the way it works is this - I slip outta one of these windows and I run like a bastard!"
 
  
 
This is a loose remake of Rio Bravo, though to me, it felt a lot like Night of the Living Dead except without the zombies. I've seen an interview with Carpenter where he openly stated his admiration for Romero's film by calling it a "seminal horror film", so the parallels aren't that surprising. The films share the restrictive setting and a seemingly unstoppable threat, as well as character traits, such as the multi-ethnic group of characters as well as one who is the cause of the threat reaching the building but does nothing to help the situation by sulking in the corner. Though I really like Romero's film, I have to say that Carpenter's effort is probably better. What he achieves with such a low budget is incredible. The slow build-up that leads to a quick primary attack on the station is particularly well done. Once inside the building, the tension is perfectly realised by Carpenter, and the motives of the characters, unlike in some films of this type, seem completely plausible. The performances are good also, with no-one hamming it up. The late Darwin Joston's performance as anti-hero Napoleon Wilson is probably the highlight of the whole film. From his first line, which actually becomes a recurring and amusing one, he oozes a sense of cool, bitterness and wittiness, and you can't help but love him. This film and The Thing seem to suggest that Carpenter works best with films that are primarily set in a small area, though judging from the look of Ghosts of Mars, maybe I'm wrong. This is arguably the finest low-budget action film ever made, and one of the best action films period.
 
Rating:
10/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Assault on Precinct 13 Now Reviewed - 1/7/2006 2:05:38 PM   
Leomuse


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Johnny Carpenter ranked:

1. Assault on Precinct 13  [1976]  -  ****
2. The Thing  [1982]  -  ****
3. The Fog  [1980]  -  **1/2

Extremely close call with the top two films.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - An American Werewolf in London Now Re... - 2/7/2006 8:24:56 PM   
Leomuse


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38.)
An American Werewolf in London
1981
John Landis
097 minutes
USA/UK
1st viewing
Date viewed: Sunday 2nd July 2006
 
"A naked American man stole my balloons."
 
   
 
A horror-comedy where the comedy is ultimately more successful than the horror elements. Though the special effects still stand up well, the film isn't particularly chilling, though it has some very bizarre moments (Nazis!). It's still entertaining though, as it is very funny. Griffin Dunne's slowly decomposing undead friend is particularly amusing. David Naughton is a particularly sympathetic lead and Jenny Agutter is... alluring... yes, that'll do. The ending's rather abrupt but what leads up to it is great. When else have you seen a werewolf let loose in a porn theatre? It's a fantastic concept. Werewolf in a Cinema. Snakes on a Plane owes a lot to this film and that sequence. At least in my mind, anyway.
 
Rating:
7/10


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Leomuse’s Tapes - The Adventures of Robin Hood Now Revi... - 3/7/2006 5:28:45 PM   
Leomuse


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39.)
The Adventures of Robin Hood
1938
Michael Curtiz/William Keighley
102 minutes
USA
1st viewing
Date viewed: Monday 3rd July 2006
 
"Now some of you might think that our loyal host intended this treasure for the coffers of Prince John, instead of to ransom the king- and you'd be right. But a strange thing happened. A change of heart overtook him in the forest and there it is safe and sound!"
   
 
 
One of the best adventure films, and like many of the best, it's because of the sheer entertainment on display. It's not particularly groundbreaking, other than being one of Warner's first technicolor films, but the talent on display makes up for the film's simple nature. Considering how old the film is, the look of the film is very impressive. It's a gorgeous film to look at. The cast are also great. Errol Flyn is a great Robin Hood and Olivia de Havilland is very charming as Maid Marian, whilst Basil Rathbone is suitably menacing as Sir Guy of Gisbourne. The set-pieces are great, with an ambush on Sir Guy's men as well as his famous duel with Robin being highlights. This could very well be the best version of the Robin Hood tale committed to celluloid, though the great Disney version may still be my favourite.
 
Rating:
7/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Adventures of Robin Hood Now ... - 3/7/2006 5:40:58 PM   
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That American Werewolf image is a bit strong.

However, Adventures of Robin Hood I love: the best rendering of the legend.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - The Adventures of Robin Hood Now ... - 3/7/2006 5:50:26 PM   
Leomuse


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ORIGINAL: doctorolorinbats1975

That American Werewolf image is a bit strong.



Hmm. Fair enough. I'll change it.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - Bad Day at Black Rock Now Reviewed - 10/7/2006 3:54:16 PM   
Leomuse


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40.)
Bad Day at Black Rock
1955
John Sturges
081 minutes
USA
1st viewing
Date viewed: Saturday 8th July 2006
 
"You're not only wrong. You're wrong at the top of your voice."
 
    
 
An interesting concept (a one handed stranger comes to a tiny town possessing a terrible past they want to keep secret) doesn't make for an entirely fulfilling watch. The first half of the film is just very unengaging, and it feels far too repetitive and dull. Once Spencer Tracy's character enlists some help, the film picks up and the finale is very good. That said, with such a short film, if the last half is what saves it, there's definitely a problem. However, I will say that Ernest Borgnine versus a one-handed Spencer Tracy is one of the greatest cinematic fights ever.
 
Rating:
6/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Bad Day at Black Rock Now Reviewed - 10/7/2006 3:58:43 PM   
Leomuse


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Full Metal Jacket is now no longer a part of the quest. After fast-forwarding through a non-labelled tape, I discovered that the tape freezes on a particular scene in the film and this lasts for three hours. Hopefully, I will be able to view the film in another form some day.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Bad Day at Black Rock Now Reviewed - 10/7/2006 4:37:58 PM   
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That's two Kubrick films you've been deprived of. You must cry yourself to sleep at night.

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Leomuse’s Tapes - Dr. Strangelove Now Reviewed - 11/7/2006 11:56:09 PM   
Leomuse


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41.)
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
1964
Stanley Kubrick
093 minutes
USA/UK
1st viewing
Date viewed: Tuesday 11th July 2006
 
"Sir, you can't let him in here. He'll see everything. He'll see the big board!"
 
    

The funniest film ever made about nuclear holocaust. With its successful mix of satire as well as slapstick, this film is definitely one of the great comedies. Peter Sellers is great in his three roles, including the title one who provides one of the funniest final lines ever. George C. Scott is also brilliant as a maniacal general. One of the more interesting aspects of the film, other than the jokes of course, is that even 42 years later, the film feels relevant. The best comedies are the ones that stand the test of time, and this is a fine example of one that does. As an introduction to the films of Stanley Kubrick, it's very impressive.
 
Rating:
9/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Dr. Strangelove Now Reviewed - 12/7/2006 12:52:33 AM   
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One of my favourite Kubrick films, falling behing Eyes Wide Shut and Paths Of Glory.

Very funny, with some great performances, and endlessly watchable.


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Dr. Strangelove Now Reviewed - 12/7/2006 12:40:36 PM   
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Glad to see you appreciate Strangelove. Not everybody does, including, I'm ashamed to say, two members of my immediate family.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - Dr. Strangelove Now Reviewed - 12/7/2006 10:55:27 PM   
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You'll have to disown them, DesolationRow

Great film - one of my favourite Kubrick films (of the few I've seen, that is!)

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Leomuse’s Tapes - A Hard Day's Night Now Reviewed - 20/7/2006 2:26:35 PM   
Leomuse


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42.)
A Hard Day's Night
1964
Richard Lester
087 minutes
UK
1st viewing
Date viewed: Thursday 20th July 2006
 
"What would you call that hairstyle you're wearing?"
"Arthur."
 
    

A very fun mockumentary that reminded me a lot of the Marx Brothers thanks to the performances. Lennon, Starr and Harrison have real comedic talent in this, though McCartney proves to be the weak link as his performance feels too forced, though he gets the least screentime out of the four. Wilfrid Brambell as Paul's mischievous Irish grandfather makes for a great comedic support. Though I like some of the Beatles' songs (admittedly, I haven't heard that much), I wasn't particularly keen on many of the songs in this, other than the title song, Money Can't Buy Me Love and another song towards the end that I can't remember. With films like this, your opinion of the music is always going to effect how you rate the whole thing. I would still recommend it though, just for the laughs.
 
Rating:
7/10


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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - A Hard Day's Night Now Reviewed - 20/7/2006 7:38:20 PM   
Leomuse


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Bump. I'll try to watch another film tonight.

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RE: Leomuse’s Tapes - A Hard Day's Night Now Reviewed - 20/7/2006 10:19:44 PM   
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Really enjoying this thread Leomouse. You maybe should write for Empire?? Keep up the good work, especially enjoy your updates o directors best film. Very nice work indeed mate.

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