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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 13/2/2013 11:49:33 AM   
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Yeah, it's not like the material wasn't there - it just all fell a bit flat. And Michelle Ryan was in it.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 13/2/2013 11:51:28 AM   
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This is also true.

But Richard Briers is a god.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 13/2/2013 11:23:18 PM   
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2. Lincoln (1st view, 2012, Steven Spielberg) - 5/5*
You all knew I'd give this top marks but I think even I was suprised a bit by how much I loved this. Day-Lewis rightly deserves every award on the planet for his turn as Lincoln, making the titular character an immensely likeable and fascinating figure. After about two minutes I forgot I was watching Day-Lewis. It's wondrous to see how his whole body seemed for transform into a bloke who's been dead for 150 years. I'd be over the moon if Lee Jones snagged a second oscar. I've mentioned elsewhere that actually impressed me for once James Spader, David Strathairn was just as good as ever. Almost all the cast is great, the talent on screen is immense filled with "Ooh, it's him from out of that thing" faces, with David Costabile and Stephen Spinella being exceptionally good. Sally Field is the major weak link, it's really hard to know what to make of her character and a few of here scenes verge on the sentimental in a way that stands out in a film like this. As does the final 5 minutes. The film had a perfect ending a few minutes before it does actually end and that's one of Spielberg's biggest missteps in the film. But I really did love the whole thing. Now I'm off to find some fatuous nincompoops and call them as such.


4. Die Hard (10th+ view, 1988, John McTiernan - 4/5
Bruce Willis and his magic colour-changing vest in a massively entertaining film. Alan Rickman streals the show.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 13/2/2013 11:46:15 PM   
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Touch Of Evil (1958, Welles, 1st viewing)

A film so good, I even forgot how much I loathe Charlton Heston. Though Touch of Evil already had a lot going for it, it's in Black and White, it's a noir thriller, awesome long tracking-shot, it has Orson freakin' Welles so I knew already I was really going to enjoy it. I did get a little lost at some points (which was apparently Orson's intention) but with erghh Charlton Heston looking quite suave, Janet Leigh looking quite beautiful and Orson playing a bit of a bastard, it didn't concern me all that much. I also am quite glad I didn't watch the original theatrical cut which was apparently even more confusing

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 13/2/2013 11:59:52 PM   
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MOTH's Gumbo recipe for Beasts of the Southern Wild (Benh Zeitlin, 2012)

Ingredients
Voiceover from Badlands
'Words of wisdom' from Forrest Gump
Ethereal coming-of-age element from Where the Wild Things Are
Sprinkling of imagery from Aguirre, Wrath of God
Fats Domino singing Jambalaya (on the Bayou)
Non-seasoned actors
Bit of cheese
Large flavour of real-life eco-tragedy
Large Wild boars
Some heart

Method
Mix together first 8 ingredients in no particular order.
Wait for 30mins before adding the large boars.
Wait for 1 hour before adding the heart.
Serve and garnish with awards.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 12:47:58 AM   
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Absolutely brilliant review there.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 6:55:09 AM   
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I do like the review it's just I don't really agree with the top two allusions. eg I see the Badlands voiceover as a terrible condemnation and I'm kind of guessing you don't? And Gump homily crap being too politically tied up to a dodgy film.


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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 7:51:41 AM   
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I do like the review it's just I don't really agree with the top two allusions. eg I see the Badlands voiceover as a terrible condemnation and I'm kind of guessing you don't? And Gump homily crap being too politically tied up to a dodgy film.



I'd read several places BOTSW was reminiscent of Malick's Tree of Life, but I didn't see that at all, whereas the voiceover, right down to the accent, reminded me much more of his Badlands. I didn't mind that one way or the other, but the actual 'childish' sentiments expressed were what reminded me of Gump -supposedly profound, but actually rather inane.
Do you think BOTSW dodgy ? Because of the 'poverty-porn'?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 8:08:29 AM   
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No, I meant Gump was.

With you on the Tree of Life comments - not seeing that at all.

Re voiceover - Wallis was great. Manz was not (IMO)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 8:19:05 AM   
MOTH

 

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No, I meant Gump was.




Ah! that makes more sense. Still, I've read some pieces that aren't too happy with Zetlin's take on things - I'm sure he's not too bothered.



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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 8:39:56 AM   
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I couldn't agree less with the Forrest Gump comparisons to BOTSW. She's a child and her voiceover reflects that.

Disagree with the 'poverty porn' criticism, too - it's from the viewpoint of a child and the film reflects that slightly skewed, slightly magical sense of reality.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 9:01:42 AM   
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I've not really read much of the complaints stuff around Beasts, I just took it on face value as the film. Which I liked. And aurochs are cool.

'course that fierce little performance had an awful lot to do with it

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 9:09:29 AM   
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Grabbers (Jon Wright)

A whole heap of fun. Great performances, good jokes, good monsters. (4)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 9:09:56 AM   
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I couldn't agree less with the Forrest Gump comparisons to BOTSW. She's a child and her voiceover reflects that.

Disagree with the 'poverty porn' criticism, too - it's from the viewpoint of a child and the film reflects that slightly skewed, slightly magical sense of reality.


Were Forrest's views not childish too? Anyway, the sentiments she expressed were not always that of a child, I felt, they counded like what an adult thinks a child thinks.
I mean, she didn't once laugh at farting, talk about Barbie or mention One Direction



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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 9:11:28 AM   
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Yeah, but she's a child so it's OK, she gets away with it. Also, Forrest Gump is a fucking abhorrence, BOTSW isn't.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 9:13:22 AM   
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Grabbers (Jon Wright)

A whole heap of fun. Great performances, good jokes, good monsters. (4)


This.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 12:37:36 PM   
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Grabbers (Jon Wright)

A whole heap of fun. Great performances, good jokes, good monsters. (4)


Tovey's drunken acting, did it bewilder you as much as it did nearly everyone else?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 12:38:15 PM   
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I thought he was taking a...broader approach to drunk acting than everyone else.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 12:41:57 PM   
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I really like Tovey, but that's not just broad, it's someone who has never seen anybody drunk in their life.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 12:44:42 PM   
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Yeah, he really needed to go the Richard E. Grant way of doing research.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 3:59:49 PM   
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Django Unchained (Quentin Tarantino, 2012)
This has knocked Les Mis off my top spot. Massive fun in typical Tarantino style. Waltz and DiCaprio are excellent, with Jackson on hilarious form. The soundtrack choices are not always as inspired as previous films in the QT canon and it lacks the full-blown insanity of Inglourious Basterds but that didn't stop me from loving it. - 10/10

And some shorts:

Alma (Rodrigo Blaas, 2009) - Loved it.
Paperman (John Kahrs, 2012) - Loved it.
Fraidy Cat (Joseph Barbera/William Hanna, 1942) - Loved it.
The Simpsons: The Longest Daycare (David Silverman, 2012) - Liked it.
Logorama (François Alaux/Hervé de Crécy/Ludovic Houplain, 2009) - Liked it.
Kiwi! (Dony Permedi, 2006) - Liked it.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 14/2/2013 5:17:02 PM   
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10. Scrooged - 9/10
One of those films that benefits from the nostalgia factor from being a kid. This neat spin on the Dickens classic remains rewatchable all year round thanks to some fine work by Bill Murray, a great '80s supporting cast and some pointed humour throughout. A little silly at times but in a good way.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 12:28:49 AM   
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Grave of the Fireflies (1988, Takahata, 1st viewing)

Nearly every review of Grave of the Fireflies states it's an incredibly sad film, some might even claim it's one of the greatest tear-jerkers and anti-war of all time. Well they're all correct because Grave.. is literally an emotional sucker-punch of a film. Beautiful in some respects but wholly tragic in others, could this be one of the finest depictions of war and the horrors inflicted on civilians because of it? I'd be lying if I said no. The incredible thing is Takahata doesn't let sentimentality or manipulation seep into the tale, and instead creates a haunting poignant portrait of sibling love under extreme circumstances and how war can systematically destroy people's lives.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 5:06:49 AM   
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Tenebre - Argento means style. Awesome soundtrack, intricate plot, violence, and a satisfying conclusion. Awesome false ending. And the best thing about this movie is that it's almost interactive, it felt like playing a violent game of Clue.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 10:38:06 AM   
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Wreck-It Ralph (Rich Moore, 2012) - Ralph isn't such a bad guy. Well, he is a bad guy, but he's not a... bad guy. His job is to smash up an apartment block and he's been doing it for 30 years, as the villain in the arcade game Fix-It Felix, Jr. But tired of being excluded, overlooked and feared - as well as having to live in a dump - Ralph (voiced by John C Reilly) strikes out on his own, in a confused attempt to switch games and win the medal that he thinks will prove his worth, and see him accepted into society. Fate, though, has other ideas, chucking him into the tooth-achingly sweet world of racing game Sugar Rush, where he's forced into an unlikely alliance with an acerbic, sweet-natured and flickering little girl, known as The Glitch (an unexpectedly affecting Sarah Silverman). The first half of this Disney animation is very good, if a little inconsistent, typified by the way that the fantastic opening voiceover segues into a hit-and-miss meeting of the "bad guys anonymous" group. But the second is simply stunning, its various strands dove-tailing delightfully, the jokes coming thick and fast, and the relationship upon which the whole thing hangs drawn so effortlessly and beautifully that it takes your breath away.
 
We've seen a friendship between a hulking monster with a heart of gold and a sweet, brown-haired little girl before - in exec producer John Lasseter's Monsters, Inc. - and yet this feels so fresh and funny and original. We've been pitched into a 3D video game world packed with peril and racing cars, in the execrable Spy Kids 3: Game Over, but that was a film that did almost everything wrong, just as this one does almost everything right. There's a sense of ambition and imagination here that's been missing from most Disney animations since its brief renaissance in the '90s - I haven't seen them do anything this good since The Lion King. Take that first, swooping trip into Game Central Station, during which I genuinely craned my neck in a bid to take in the jaw-dropping spectacle across the right side of the screen. Or the amazing "going Turbo" sequence, a masterpiece of comic timing that riffs expertly on the rapidly changing world of gaming. That breathtakingly sad moment at what looks like the spot in the des(s)ert where Ethan and Martin face off in The Searchers. Or the sublime pay-off, which threatens to drown the film's message in a blast of Disneyfied treacle, only to emerge, triumphant, with its convictions intact.
 
Someone at work expressed surprise that I was off to see a kids' film, but Wreck-It Ralph - like so many contemporary animations - is a movie wholly undeserving of such a tag: it's about disability, anger and alienation, has a hero who's undergoing a mid-life crisis, and features at least a joke a minute that will whizz over the head of anyone under the age of 18. It's about video games, but it's about so much more than that. A good job, as I've only ever played on arcades about three times in my life. (3.5)
 
Paperman (John Kahrs, 2012) - Wreck-It Ralph is in the unenviable position of having to follow this intoxicating short, a silent, black-and-white masterwork that pays oblique - and then overt - homage to The Red Balloon, as a paper plane with a mind of its own (and a fair few friends) tries to unite two lonely souls. It's extraordinary. (4)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 10:53:28 AM   
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Grave of the Fireflies (1988, Takahata, 1st viewing)

Nearly every review of Grave of the Fireflies states it's an incredibly sad film, some might even claim it's one of the greatest tear-jerkers and anti-war of all time. Well they're all correct because Grave.. is literally an emotional sucker-punch of a film. Beautiful in some respects but wholly tragic in others, could this be one of the finest depictions of war and the horrors inflicted on civilians because of it? I'd be lying if I said no. The incredible thing is Takahata doesn't let sentimentality or manipulation seep into the tale, and instead creates a haunting poignant portrait of sibling love under extreme circumstances and how war can systematically destroy people's lives.


I'm glad I had some warning about the content of this film before watching it. I can only assume that people who haven't and only know Ghibli for their uplifting movies will find this even more emotionally draining, and even knowing it wasn't going to be a happy film it left me as drained as I've been whilst watching a film.
It's great, though.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 11:39:26 AM   
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Hotel Transylvania

I have to admit that my hopes weren't high. My main reason for even bothering to watch Hotel Transylvania was the slight chance that the animation would be interesting, sadly it's as pedestrian and functional as the script. Dracula (Adam Sandler) has a young daughter, Mavis, who he loves so much that he refuses to let her leave his castle. He turns it into Hotel Transylvania, a retreat for monsters, somewhere they can get away from humans. The monster's all gather for Mavis' 118th birthday, but a human has also managed to find his way to the castle, and he and Mavis are attracted to each other, something that throws Drac's life into turmoil. It's amazing just how bland this all is, with only Steve Buscemi's vocal work as a werewolf giving it any charm, but it would get away with simply being bland and unoffensive if it wasn't for the fact that they cast the comedy equivalent of a hefty kick in the balls, Andy Samberg, as the human. It's kind of hard to root for a couple to get together when you spend half the film hoping the monsters feast on the guy.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 11:43:09 AM   
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Interesting review. I like some of Samberg's stuff, but he can also be mystifyingly unfunny. This seems to happen quite a lot of the time.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 11:48:00 AM   
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Andy Samberg - Mystifyingly unfunny.

I like it.

Great reviews of Ralph and Paperman, btw. Two of the nicest surprises of the year so far. How could anyone dislike Paperman?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2013 - Discus... - 15/2/2013 12:00:16 PM   
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It's a good job Vad3r doesn't post in here, who is a big fan of Andy Samberg and yet he won't watch Samberg's recent BBC3 sitcom...

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