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RE: Today I saw... - 2/10/2012 3:11:20 PM   
jackassfan

 

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A Hen In The Wind (Kaze no naka no mendori) (1948) 8.5/10
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (2011) 6/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 2/10/2012 9:21:31 PM   
AnneSofieLoveMovies


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Today i saw:

3 episode of BBC's Narnia adaption (1988 - 1990)
Big Fish (2003)) (First time i've watched it :O .. but it was absolutely great and Tim Burton at his best!)
Harry Potter and the deadly Hallows part 1 (2010)

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RE: Today I saw... - 3/10/2012 3:44:34 AM   
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Big Fish and Ed Wood are my two favourite Burton films.

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RE: Today I saw... - 3/10/2012 10:19:07 AM   
AnneSofieLoveMovies


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Big Fish is SO great :)
i have not seen Ed Wood yet :-/ But i got it in my DVD collection, so maybe that should be the next i'm gonna watch:)

My favourite Tim Burton movies are Nightmare before Christmas , Big Fish , Edward Scissorhands , Sweeney Todd

But I love all Tim Burton movies... I'm in love with the gothic winter landscapes he creates <3

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RE: Today I saw... - 3/10/2012 12:02:49 PM   
jackassfan

 

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Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family (Todake no kyodai) (1941) 8/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 3/10/2012 2:00:14 PM   
Whistler


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Halloween (1978)

What an odd thing. As a massive horror fan I've always felt obliged to like Halloween, but for years I've just not enjoyed it (to much controversy, I might add). That's not to say I haven't always respected it as an innovative and important film of its genre, but I always found it to be dull, badly paced, and above all, not scary. Anyway, it being October now and growing ever closer to the 31st, I decided to give it another go. And what happened? I enjoyed it. I REALLY enjoyed it. I was chilled in places that I used to smirk and enthralled in places that I used to sigh. I can't pinpoint exactly what changed; perhaps I had always watched it in the wrong frame of mind or in the wrong setting, but whatever it was it seems to have just disappeared. It really is the strangest thing, a complete U-turn of opinion. It's still not my favourite slasher out there; there are many I prefer over it, but somehow, some way - and quite frankly much to my delight - it's found a place with me. 4/5

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RE: Today I saw... - 5/10/2012 11:00:12 AM   
jackassfan

 

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La Sombra Del Caminante (2004) 8.5/10
Cannibal Vegetarian (Ljudozder vegetarijanac) (2012) 6/10
Dark Horse (2011) 6/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 5/10/2012 7:21:54 PM   
AnneSofieLoveMovies


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DRIVE.. I absolutely love that movie... made me a little proud of being danish :)

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RE: Today I saw... - 7/10/2012 6:35:02 PM   
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Contraband - 2/5

Predictable action tripe boosted by a couple of decent action scenes and reasonable performances.

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RE: Today I saw... - 8/10/2012 12:41:34 AM   
ElephantBoy

 

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Liberal Arts (2012) 7/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 9/10/2012 3:55:29 PM   
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From Russia with Love.

Hilarious. And the Best Bond also.

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RE: Today I saw... - 9/10/2012 4:08:36 PM   
jackassfan

 

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The Forgiveness of Blood (2011) 7.5/10
Bambieffekten (2011) 6/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 12/10/2012 7:53:58 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

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Looper (2012) first viewing 8/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 14/10/2012 10:24:46 AM   
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Where The Wild Things Are (2009)
4/5

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RE: Today I saw... - 15/10/2012 12:35:09 AM   
ElephantBoy

 

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While You Were Sleeping (1995) Third viewing 7/10

Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead (1991) 4/10
At least the titles good

Paranorman (2012) first viewing 7.5/10

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) sixth viewing 9/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 15/10/2012 1:10:09 PM   
Coyleone


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Goodbyle Solo
Great little film, Solo was one of the most likeable characters I can remeber. Very touching and quite powerful. 8/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 15/10/2012 1:35:29 PM   
ukacidman


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THE RAID. 1ST VIEWING.. 8 - 10. Execellent.






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RE: Today I saw... - 15/10/2012 1:45:20 PM   
OPEN YOUR EYES

 

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The Fly (1958)
3/5

The ending can be viewed as terribly funny or terribly creepy.

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RE: Today I saw... - 15/10/2012 11:50:46 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

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Ginger and Rosa (2012) first viewing 6.5/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 16/10/2012 3:52:04 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

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About Elly (2009) first viewing 8/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 17/10/2012 1:27:55 AM   
Coyleone


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North By Northwest 10/10. Glorious film.

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RE: Today I saw... - 17/10/2012 2:46:31 PM   
jackassfan

 

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Aimless Bullet (Obaltan) (1961) 8.5/10
Pained (Tong-jeung) (2011) 8/10
Learn From The Experience Part 1 (Kafuku zempen) (1937) 8/10
Macario (1960) 8/10
Alps (Alpeis) (2011) 7.5/10
Swedish Beauty (Dubbel-8) (2000) 6/10
Avengers Assemble (2012) 5/10
The Expendables 2 (2012) 3/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 18/10/2012 3:32:22 PM   
jackassfan

 

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Branded To Kill (Koroshi no rakuin) (1967) 8.5/10
Miracle In Milan (Miracolo a Milano) (1951) 8/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 22/10/2012 8:10:58 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

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After Lucia (Despues de Lucia) (2012) first viewing 7/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 22/10/2012 9:19:11 PM   
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The Skin I Live In

A very messed up film. Compelling viewing though and excellently filmed. Very interesting characters and of course once you know the twists and turns a second viewing would give you a completely different feel for the film.

8/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 25/10/2012 12:50:51 PM   
jackassfan

 

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Pojat (1962) 9/10
Learn From Experience, Part II (Kafuku khen) (1937) 8/10
Woman On The Run (1950) 7/10
Irezumi (1966) 5/10
Taken 2 (2012) 4/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 26/10/2012 9:33:32 PM   
chambanzi


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Revanche (2009)
Really good thriller, beautifully shot and a real study of multiple characters ****

(Its irrelevant but is anyone else getting irritated by the spelling typo on that Empire magazine 'Hobbit' edition where it says "Five covers to rule the all?")

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RE: Today I saw... - 29/10/2012 11:37:47 AM   
jackassfan

 

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Miracle Of Marcelino (Marcelino pan y vino) (1955) 9/10
Silence Has No Wings (Tobenai chinmoku) (1966) 8.5/10
Gold And Copper (Tala va mes) (2011) 8/10
Barbara (2012) 7.5/10
Killer Joe (2011) 6/10

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RE: Today I saw... - 31/10/2012 4:24:58 PM   
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The Cabin In The Woods - 1/5

This was like one of the stories you used to write as a ten year-old in creative writing lessons at school. The teacher would put up six opening sentences on the board and you'd have to pick one and expand on it. That is basically the intelligence that has gone into the script for this film. It was rarely brightened by Josh. That's what I gave it the one star for.

Ill Manors - 5/5

Quite possibly the best British urban film of recent times. Well done Plan B. Beautiful, brutal and realistic. Put Noel Clarke in the shade that's for sure!

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RE: Today I saw... - 1/11/2012 4:48:17 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Goodfella

The Cabin In The Woods - 1/5

This was like one of the stories you used to write as a ten year-old in creative writing lessons at school. The teacher would put up six opening sentences on the board and you'd have to pick one and expand on it. That is basically the intelligence that has gone into the script for this film. It was rarely brightened by Josh. That's what I gave it the one star for.

Ill Manors - 5/5

Quite possibly the best British urban film of recent times. Well done Plan B. Beautiful, brutal and realistic. Put Noel Clarke in the shade that's for sure!


I agree Cabin in the Woods thought it was so much smarter than it was yet the 'intelligent' points it raised have been pretty much used and recycled in the 'Scary Movie' films already. Not only that but the Scary Movie films do it more subtly and don't feel the need to mention how clever they are for using movie archetypes..... And the Scary Movie films aren't even clever.

Skyfall
It was good in many ways but poor in many others. I expected them to use the Bond girl more if I'm honest and didn't like Bond's lack of interest or care in her. Didn't like Q. Thought Skyfall was going to be something a little more important than it was. Not a lesser Bond but not one of the better ones either.

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