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#41 by Dspillai » Thu Sep 24, 2015 13:13

the direction of that movie unbelievably great
#respect#George Miller

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#42 by Dspillai » Thu Sep 24, 2015 14:41

now i am watching Apocalypto.
Very disturbing movie
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#43 by pahunt925 » Sat Sep 26, 2015 12:24

ptcscrutiny wrote: Check this one out - The Departed (2006) - IMDb

Great Movie
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#44 by pahunt925 » Sat Sep 26, 2015 12:32

I recently saw a movie called The Professional, really good, Natalie Portman takes up with a professional hit man, she's just a kid here, so she moved in with him because she had no where else to go after her family is murdered by a criminal her father borrowed money from. He becomes a father figure to her and teaches her the "tricks of his trade." so she can avenge her family's murders.
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#45 by BouldRake » Sat Sep 26, 2015 12:33

Watched the 1979 remake of Nosferatu last night, because somebody (me) mentioned it, and it made me want to watch it again, so I watched it again.

One day, I'll learn German and watch it without subtitles.
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#46 by lucilene12 » Sat Sep 26, 2015 16:48

everest
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#47 by valerie » Sat Sep 26, 2015 19:31

Yep, that is what I am saying about the new Mad Max: Fury Road.

The thing is, they advertised it as a Mad Max movie and the guy/actor is 'Max'.

IF they had not advertised it as a Mad Max movie and the main character was 'Bob'
no one would have thought it to be a Mad Max movie.....only real similarities is the
destruction of the earth and crazy cars with weird people.

I did like the movie but I was expecting more of a Mad Max type of movie and it
just wasn't much like them at all. Besides that......no Tina Turner (Thunderdome). :lol:
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#48 by valerie » Sat Sep 26, 2015 19:34

Last night we watched 'The Gambler' and it has a variety of reviews from no good to wonderful.

Personally, I thought it was a very good movie. I'd give it 3.5 stars out of 5.

Many of the reviews I read, people simply did not understand it and many missed the meaning
at the end....did not realize the end.
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#49 by valerie » Sat Sep 26, 2015 19:40

Here's a sleeper that I think was an excellent movie.

At first, you don't know what to think and it seems very weird.

'The Suicide Theory'. It deserves every bit of 4 stars. Be warned, it is very.....different.
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#50 by BouldRake » Sat Sep 26, 2015 20:52

Lucia Y El Sexo. This is my favourite film of all time. It's an absolute masterpiece. It has quite a lot of sex in it - as the title suggests - but that's not why it's good. For all I talk the talk, and walk the walk, I'm not very good at being male, and sex on screen makes me uncomfortable; it's good despite the amount of sex in it. Though, while the sex is somewhat explicit, it's not gratuitous.

The film opens with Lucia entering a cafe, where she meets Lorenzo, and tells him that her boss has asked her to move in. She continues to say that she has decided to move in - but with Lorenzo, not her boss. Lorenzo has no idea who she is at this point. This is how I intend to meet my wife, but as often as I sit in cafes, it hasn't happened yet.

Lorenzo is a suicidal novellist, and the plot weaves through the past, the present, and the incresingly dark, depraved novel, blurring the lines between the three, to the point where the story ends in the middle.

Quote:The first advantage is at the end of the story. It doesn't finish, it falls in a hole. And the story starts again halfway. The other advantage, and the biggest, is that you can change course along the way... If you let me. If you give me time.

The film starts Paz Vega, but don't be put off by her abysmal performances in Hollywood - this was before she sold her soul and started making crap. She's actually very good in this.

Confession: I haven't watched this recently, I'm watching it as we speak, but I've seen it hundreds of times, so it's okay not to give it your undivided attention every single time.
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#51 by valerie » Wed Sep 30, 2015 15:06

This movie looks really good:

The Revenant

I saw the ad for it just today at ClixSense in one of the videos.

The movie is inspired by true events and has some good actors in it with the main
actor being Leonardo DiCaprio.
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#52 by ptcscrutiny » Mon Oct 05, 2015 03:29

Watched The Martian day before.
You'll probably like it if you like sci-fi or space themed movies.
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#53 by msblahms » Mon Oct 05, 2015 06:14

yes watched it yesterday it was good and was not as intense as gravity so everyone will like it
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#54 by valerie » Mon Oct 05, 2015 20:38

Where did you watch/see 'The Martian'?
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#55 by BlizZzard » Mon Oct 05, 2015 23:26

Released on 2nd Oct in Indian Cinema Theaters..
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#56 by valerie » Tue Oct 06, 2015 00:51

I have Netflix so usually I just wait until they have it.
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#57 by hyldig » Tue Oct 06, 2015 01:22

Watch The Martian for free right here online . www.spacemow.com/the-martian-full-movie-watch-online-hdfree35/
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#58 by S_Abbott » Wed Oct 07, 2015 20:13

Yeah, Pan, The Revenant, and The Martian look to be interesting. I'm debating whether or not to go for Crimson Peaks.

We're going to grab the new Jurasic movie at Red Box this weekend.
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#59 by Geri1957 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 23:42

I watch Hallmark movies. Recently I watched "in the stars".
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#60 by Geri1957 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 23:45

I couldn't find my previous post to correct it --
the movie was "under the stars"
it was a Hallmark movie.
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