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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 6/2/2013 10:17:26 PM   
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Don't worry, I'm sure that as soon as Gimli sees it, she'll proclaim it to be amongst the ten best films of all time.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 6/2/2013 10:23:57 PM   
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Don't worry, I'm sure that as soon as Gimli sees it, she'll proclaim it to be amongst the ten best films of all time.


Fingers crossed!

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1. Zero Dark Thirty
2. No
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4. Behind the Candelabra
5. In The Fog
6. Good Vibrations
7. McCullin
8. Beyond the Hills
9. The Place Beyond the Pines
10. Wreck-it Ralph

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 6/2/2013 11:12:38 PM   
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15 - Life of Pi (Ang Lee, 2012) 5/10
Found the story and characters a little too bland, it took a long time to get going, but once it got to the boat things did livern up and I was impressed by the visual style and engaged with the despute. Then again the ending dragged. Passible fare, but it doesn't belone in the best picture nominations.




I'm beginning to think I'm the only one on this site who actually loved this film.

The amount of cynicism & scepticism towards Pi in this thread alone could make one weep.





I really liked it, it's a very faithful adaptation of a wonderful book. Yes, it relies a lot on its beautiful visuals, but how much dialogue can one expect between a boy and a tiger??

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 6/2/2013 11:30:10 PM   
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how much dialogue can one expect between a boy and a tiger??


Someone has obviously never read Calvin & Hobbes.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 12:01:49 AM   
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quote:

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ORIGINAL: Qwerty Norris


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ORIGINAL: ElephantBoy

15 - Life of Pi (Ang Lee, 2012) 5/10
Found the story and characters a little too bland, it took a long time to get going, but once it got to the boat things did livern up and I was impressed by the visual style and engaged with the despute. Then again the ending dragged. Passible fare, but it doesn't belone in the best picture nominations.




I'm beginning to think I'm the only one on this site who actually loved this film.

The amount of cynicism & scepticism towards Pi in this thread alone could make one weep.





I really liked it, it's a very faithful adaptation of a wonderful book. Yes, it relies a lot on its beautiful visuals, but how much dialogue can one expect between a boy and a tiger??


I'd really like to think that people aren't using that as a just criticism of the film.

Sod dialogue, it's hideously overrated.

Although in Lincoln, it's absolutely necessary.

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1. Zero Dark Thirty
2. No
3. A Hijacking
4. Behind the Candelabra
5. In The Fog
6. Good Vibrations
7. McCullin
8. Beyond the Hills
9. The Place Beyond the Pines
10. Wreck-it Ralph

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 3:10:28 AM   
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Just a short review because I'm quite busy today.

Moonrise Kingdom (2012, Anderson, 2nd viewing)

Still as lovely the second time around. The entire cast is terrific (especially Norton and Willis). I still really hope Kara Hayward goes on to make a lot more films as well.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 7:53:01 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Qwerty Norris


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ORIGINAL: matty_b

Don't worry, I'm sure that as soon as Gimli sees it, she'll proclaim it to be amongst the ten best films of all time.


Fingers crossed!



Always the chance, but I did say the trailer put me off quite a bit. It'll be a DVD watch for me now anyway.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 11:30:22 AM   
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The Hitch-Hiker (Ida Lupino, 1953)
Long before Kathryn Bigelow came along, we had this short snappy noir which A WOMAN(!) had the temerity to direct. To be honest I wasn't so taken with it, partly because the two 'good guys' weren't particularly interesting and the dynamics of the situation fairly limp. However, as The Hitch-Hiker, William Talman (who I remember from Perry Mason) makes a great villain. I think he actually got attacked by someone in real-life for his performance, which is always a good sign of making an impact. Despite him, though, I'd wouldn't be stopping for this one again (5/10)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 11:36:11 AM   
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ORIGINAL: MOTH

The Hitch-Hiker (Ida Lupino, 1953)
Long before Kathryn Bigelow came along, we had this short snappy noir which A WOMAN(!) had the temerity to direct. To be honest I wasn't so taken with it, partly because the two 'good guys' weren't particularly interesting and the dynamics of the situation fairly limp. However, as The Hitch-Hiker, William Talman (who I remember from Perry Mason) makes a great villain. I think he actually got attacked by someone in real-life for his performance, which is always a good sign of making an impact. Despite him, though, I'd wouldn't be stopping for this one again (5/10)




Would be my well-thought out, intellectually engaged response

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 12:23:12 PM   
MOTH

 

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ORIGINAL: MOTH

The Hitch-Hiker (Ida Lupino, 1953)
Long before Kathryn Bigelow came along, we had this short snappy noir which A WOMAN(!) had the temerity to direct. To be honest I wasn't so taken with it, partly because the two 'good guys' weren't particularly interesting and the dynamics of the situation fairly limp. However, as The Hitch-Hiker, William Talman (who I remember from Perry Mason) makes a great villain. I think he actually got attacked by someone in real-life for his performance, which is always a good sign of making an impact. Despite him, though, I'd wouldn't be stopping for this one again (5/10)




Would be my well-thought out, intellectually engaged response


heh heh. i actually looked to see if you had included this in your film noir list, but no dice - i take it you like it?


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 12:25:01 PM   
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You won't see it in my noir list because it isn't sitting as low as 20. Yup - I like it. 

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 1:15:08 PM   
MOTH

 

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You won't see it in my noir list because it isn't sitting as low as 20. Yup - I like it.


grand, I'll look forward to seeing where I'm wrong when it appears.......in a couple of years

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 5:56:31 PM   
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4. Silver Linings Playbook - 10/10
Best romantic comedy I have seen in a very long time! David O. Russell deftly handles the deceptively simple tale of two troubled lost souls coming together. It's funny, heartfelt yet full of spiky direction from the director and the cast are exceptionally good. All four performers and the director deserve to pick up the Oscar for this winning underdog tale. It's particularly great seeing De Niro back in the game giving a perfectly judged balance of humour and pathos as Cooper's father.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 11:34:31 PM   
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Hurrah. Silver Linings was fantastic. I quite like The Hitch-Hiker, I think I sit somewhere in the middle.

There were a couple of good reviews of this up at Christmas:

*SOME SPOILERS*
The Flight of the Navigator (Randal Kleiser, 1986)
- A 12-year-old boy (Joey Cramer) falls into a ravine and wakes up eight years later, having not aged a day. This maddening slice of mid-'80s sci-fi has a sensational premise and milks it for most of its worth in a spectacularly eerie opening (at least once the interminable doggy credits are over), with a scattering of false scares worthy of Val Lewton, and a couple that are all too real. After that, it morphs into alarmingly obvious family fare, serving up a quick explanation, a friendly (and incredibly irritating) robot and a sentient mail truck that exists only to chivvy the plot along. And the 21-year-old Sarah Jessica Parker, who turns up to flirt with the little boy.

By the halfway point, it's obvious that it's all going to be a big missed opportunity - and ultimately it's vapid, plotless and pointless, albeit with an excitable Alan Silvestri score - but the film does at least remember what it's about at its finale (note to the kid: if you do want to be left alone, probably best not to adopt an alien), and I do think it's worth it for that strikingly original opening 30 - one of the creepiest things Disney has ever done, even taking into account the Sorcerer's Apprentice, Pinocchio's questionable subtext and the way they treated little Bobby Driscoll. (2.5)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 7/2/2013 11:34:32 PM   
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9. Wreck-it Ralph - 8/10
Not necessarily a film just aimed at computer game fans, as was the case for me. A very witty, inventive animation from Disney that has paid off by taking an offbeat script and going with a kind of far-out concept more expected from Pixar. Reilly is perfectly cast and Sarah Silverman is perfect as what could have been a very annoying character but she keeps it all very sweet and likeable.


12. Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic - 8/10
Thought I'd have a Silverman double bill as she was so impressive in the above film. Here is her concert movie and wow, she goes close to the bone at times but it's always awkwardly hilarious, as in, is it wrong to be laughing at this? The songs (except Amazing Grace) and the off-stage stuff is ok but the real pull of the film is watching Silverman's sassy stand-up routine.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:51:02 AM   
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ORIGINAL: ElephantBoy

15 - Life of Pi (Ang Lee, 2012) 5/10
Found the story and characters a little too bland, it took a long time to get going, but once it got to the boat things did livern up and I was impressed by the visual style and engaged with the despute. Then again the ending dragged. Passible fare, but it doesn't belone in the best picture nominations.




I'm beginning to think I'm the only one on this site who actually loved this film.

The amount of cynicism & scepticism towards Pi in this thread alone could make one weep.





I really liked it, it's a very faithful adaptation of a wonderful book. Yes, it relies a lot on its beautiful visuals, but how much dialogue can one expect between a boy and a tiger??

But my problem is that the story as a whole is weak and the characters not that interesting. There is plenty of time getting to the boat and then afterwards.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 10:58:53 AM   
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The Breakfast Club (John Hughes, 1984)

A geek, a squeaker, a ginger, a sex pest and a moron bond during Saturday detention, dancing, giggling and smoking weed, but mostly just moaning about their parents. Hughes's high-concept talkathon - and his most fondly-remembered film, belying its bleakness- is surprisingly stagy, makes strange excuses for its characters (Estevez's jock taped a boy's buttocks together to impress his dad) and climaxes with a horrid makeover scene that calls to mind Rosemary's Baby, but it's also funny, quite poignant and frequently spot-on about teen angst and the quirks of adolescent behaviour.And it's alldone in the typical Hughes style - bright colours, bombastic '80s tunes and stylised sound - which you'll either love or hate, depending on whether or not you're cool. This being Hughes, there's also a sadistic teacher, and,this being the '80s, there's a bit where the clubpulla Michael J Fox(TM), running along a corridor and then having to quickly changedirection, skidding noisily across the shiny floor.

It's Judd Nelson's film, really, as the archetypal bad boy: a crowing, abused bully whose aggressive sexual advancessadlytip him over, apparently unnoticed by Hughes, from misunderstood kid to dangerous weirdo. He's the worst actor of the five, prone to woodenness and gormless facial expressions, but he has undeniable presence, and throws himself into the eye-catching and sizeable role with considerable gusto. Of the other club members, Emilio Estevez struggles a little as a supposedly sensitive wrestler, but Molly Ringwald is ideal as the pouting "princess",Anthony Michael Hall proves superb as "the brain" - aside from a brief outing for his "blues" voice (showcased at length in the abysmal Weird Science) - and Ally Sheedy makes for a truly excellent attention-seeker.

It's aneasy film to pick holes in,and Hughes would make better movies, but in pop cultural terms it's a towering achievement, a Rebel without a Cause for the '80s, which forms vivid stock characters - a Mount Rushmore of recognisable American teen types - only to send them crumbling into dust. (3)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 11:34:46 AM   
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in pop cultural terms it's a towering achievement, a Rebel without a Cause for the '80s


My entire body tightened when I read that.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 12:48:12 PM   
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in pop cultural terms it's a towering achievement, a Rebel without a Cause for the '80s


My entire body tightened when I read that.



It's not nearly as good, nor as important in defining the teenager (obviously), but it's a totemic film and a valuable snapshot of American adolescence in the '80s.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 12:52:55 PM   
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I can't stand the John Hughes teen films, but I am planning on doing a coming of age/teen films poll if you feel like voting... Have you ever seen Three O'Clock High, btw? Given your love of teen movies, I'd be interested to hear what you thought of it.

Also, I sent you a pm the other day but your inbox was full. I was basically just asking if you wanted to send in a list for the 50s poll.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 12:56:56 PM   
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Ah, sorry about that, I'll clear it out. No, I haven't seen Three O'Clock high - I'll pop it on the list, thanks. I'll also see if I can put something together for the polls. The Searchers ftw, Twelve Angry Men for the loss. (Not for the teen list.)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:09:16 PM   
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My fairly annoying and glib description of it was Kafka rewriting High Noon as a high school comedy. I noticed it in The Works recently in their 2 for 5 offer, so if you felt like checking it out you should be able to get it fairly cheap.

You not a fan of 12 Angry Men?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:17:55 PM   
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Not really. It would make an excellent/underwhelming "Overrated Henry Fonda films" double-bill with OUATIW.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:39:59 PM   
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My second and third favourite Fonda films.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:42:47 PM   
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Is your favourite Battle of the Bulge?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:45:03 PM   
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The Lady Eve. I think The Wrong Man would be fourth.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:52:24 PM   
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If only he were in the better Wrong Man 

Since I'd guess you'd laugh at Rollercoaster (but he has a lovely small role against type) and there's always The Great Smokey Roadblock. I'd go

Best Man
Advise and Consent
12 Angry Men
Mr Roberts
Fort Apache
Clementine
Lady Eve


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:53:25 PM   
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Fucking hell, when is somebody going to mention Grapes Of Wrath?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:56:13 PM   
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I'd say:

Grapes of Wrath
Young Mr Lincoln
Ox-Bow
Clementine
Lady Eve
Best Man
Fort Apache
Advise & Consent
Jezebel
Rings on Her Fingers
Wrong Man

In terms of performances, On Golden Pond is up there, but it's not a great film.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 8/2/2013 1:57:25 PM   
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Fucking hell, when is somebody going to mention Grapes Of Wrath?

Just then.

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