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Reply #180 posted 08/31/18 10:49am

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Captain Fantastic. 3/5 Good movie for entertainment, but over the top romantization of living life off the grid. I couldn't get the doc "Surfwise" out my head, which is a real-life family who lived off the grid, nothing romantical about it.

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Reply #181 posted 08/31/18 1:53pm

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I just got home from “Juliet, Naked.” Very good - and there’s a lot in that org members would laugh at, cringe at, and relate to.
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Reply #182 posted 08/31/18 2:31pm

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onlyforaminute said:

Captain Fantastic. 3/5 Good movie for entertainment, but over the top romantization of living life off the grid. I couldn't get the doc "Surfwise" out my head, which is a real-life family who lived off the grid, nothing romantical about it.

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I liked this movie and i agree, but i think the ending pretty much takes all the romantacism out it and shows the reality of it all with dad having his tail between his legs. The part at the very very end with the mother, yeah that was wayyy over the top and could have been cut out completely.
Interesting movie. I give it a 7/10
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Reply #183 posted 08/31/18 5:58pm

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

onlyforaminute said:

Captain Fantastic. 3/5 Good movie for entertainment, but over the top romantization of living life off the grid. I couldn't get the doc "Surfwise" out my head, which is a real-life family who lived off the grid, nothing romantical about it.

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I liked this movie and i agree, but i think the ending pretty much takes all the romantacism out it and shows the reality of it all with dad having his tail between his legs. The part at the very very end with the mother, yeah that was wayyy over the top and could have been cut out completely.
Interesting movie. I give it a 7/10



I don't think you saw it to the end, it ended happily ever after, after dad got a good scare.
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Reply #184 posted 08/31/18 6:32pm

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onlyforaminute said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:




I liked this movie and i agree, but i think the ending pretty much takes all the romantacism out it and shows the reality of it all with dad having his tail between his legs. The part at the very very end with the mother, yeah that was wayyy over the top and could have been cut out completely.
Interesting movie. I give it a 7/10



I don't think you saw it to the end, it ended happily ever after, after dad got a good scare.


Yes I did see the happy ending that could have been cut. But dad does come out looking like at douche at the end. Even with the happy ending because he ended up having to get a real house. lol
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Reply #185 posted 09/01/18 5:37am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

onlyforaminute said:




I don't think you saw it to the end, it ended happily ever after, after dad got a good scare.


Yes I did see the happy ending that could have been cut. But dad does come out looking like at douche at the end. Even with the happy ending because he ended up having to get a real house. lol


And "that" was the only problem with that situation? Nah. It was very idealistic. It was dressed up as one way but was really touting something the opposite.Something that couldn't even be based on true events it was so idealistic. There are a lot of people who live off the grid. It was entertaining though.
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Reply #186 posted 09/01/18 7:03am

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RodeoSchro said:

I watched "Rio Bravo" last week. What a great movie!

How are you going to beat a cast of good guys that includes John Wayne, Dean Martin, Walter Brennan and Ricky Nelson? You can't, you just can't!

What if you add Angie Dickinson as the romantic leading lady, and Claude Akins as the bad guy? Holy moley, you've reached Movie Nirvana!

Everyone should watch this movie. It's awesome.

I rate "Rio Bravo" as 5 Silver Dollars In A Spitoon out of a possible 5 Silver Dollars In A Spitoon.



I rate Rio Bravo as 5 You Won’t Believe That Angie Dickinson Was The Previous Generation’s Angelina Jolie out of a possible 5 You Won’t Believe That Angie Dickinson Was The Previous Generation’s Angelina Jolie.
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Reply #187 posted 09/01/18 7:03am

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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

I went to a late-night IMAX screening for this new restored version and had the entire theater to myself! It was one of the greatest cinematic experiences of my life. 5/5



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Reply #188 posted 09/01/18 7:53am

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I recently went back and rewatched
Citizen Kane 10/10

Amazing as always, but the thing i noticed this time around is all the work that went into putting this thing together. We always marvel marvel at the visuals, but the script and it’s sophistication. A movie like this wouldn’t be made today, it would go over to many people’s heads. And today’s movie critics love their movies dumb. (Even thinking some dumb movies are “smart”)

But boy, I give props to everything about this movie, but especially it’s themes, the social, political element still hold relevant today. The media manipulation, money, love, human failings, humor, and life and death. A lot of stuff jam-packed into beautifully told and acted film.
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Reply #189 posted 09/01/18 10:55am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

I recently went back and rewatched Citizen Kane 10/10 Amazing as always, but the thing i noticed this time around is all the work that went into putting this thing together. We always marvel marvel at the visuals, but the script and it’s sophistication. A movie like this wouldn’t be made today, it would go over to many people’s heads. And today’s movie critics love their movies dumb. (Even thinking some dumb movies are “smart”) But boy, I give props to everything about this movie, but especially it’s themes, the social, political element still hold relevant today. The media manipulation, money, love, human failings, humor, and life and death. A lot of stuff jam-packed into beautifully told and acted film. [Edited 9/1/18 7:59am]

One of my all time favorites.

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Reply #190 posted 09/01/18 12:28pm

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Brendan said:

RodeoSchro said:

I watched "Rio Bravo" last week. What a great movie!

How are you going to beat a cast of good guys that includes John Wayne, Dean Martin, Walter Brennan and Ricky Nelson? You can't, you just can't!

What if you add Angie Dickinson as the romantic leading lady, and Claude Akins as the bad guy? Holy moley, you've reached Movie Nirvana!

Everyone should watch this movie. It's awesome.

I rate "Rio Bravo" as 5 Silver Dollars In A Spitoon out of a possible 5 Silver Dollars In A Spitoon.

I rate Rio Bravo as 5 You Won’t Believe That Angie Dickinson Was The Previous Generation’s Angelina Jolie out of a possible 5 You Won’t Believe That Angie Dickinson Was The Previous Generation’s Angelina Jolie.


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Reply #191 posted 09/01/18 5:41pm

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Becoming Bond. B+++

I never knew the backstory of the 2nd Bond and his only Bond movie. This was done in a fantastic way and not your normal documentary. Well done. Highly recommend it.
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Reply #192 posted 09/02/18 7:06am

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this is a series but wth here it is: 9 out of five stars because it's totally excellent. the ending didn't completely wrap things up but maybe season two will tie up loose ends:
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Reply #193 posted 09/02/18 12:54pm

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XxAxX said:

this is a series but wth here it is: 9 out of five stars because it's totally excellent. the ending didn't completely wrap things up but maybe season two will tie up loose ends:
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Isn't this a capitalist product of the 1% oppressors? Aren't you just reinforcing the patriarchy by patronizing these escapist, violent opioids of the masses? Shouldn't you be off somewhere, enlightening the people about the need to occupy Wall Street and support multi-millionaire socialist Michael Moore? And is there proper diversity in the casting, crew and producers of this series? Isn't this mostly a product of white, straight males? And what about 9/11? How can you sit back and watch this Hollywood nonsense while George W. Bush et al. get away with mass murder? What about the directed-energy beams?! And the framing of Asia Argento? And Rose McGowan (who took a hundred grand and kept her mouth shut, then turned around and chastised others for their 'silence and complicity' in letting these predators continue to prey upon women - all the while making more movies with her "rapist" and smiling in photos with her arm around him)? How 'bout the grave injustice of Louis C.K., thinking he should have a livelihood after asking some women if he could masturbate in front of them (even though some of them said Yes)?

P.S. I've never seen this (I don't like action stuff), but John Krasinski seems likeable. biggrin

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Reply #194 posted 09/02/18 1:11pm

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13 Days, with Kevin Costner. 5/5

I thought that this movie is going to be really boring. But they did a good Job with it. I think the movie is based on Bobby Kennedys book, 13 Days, the Cuban Missile Crisis. That movie made me realize the pressure that comes with so much power and it's those moments who can show who you are as a leader. I think it was good that President Kennedy never gave in in these 13 Days. But I must say, that ultimately it was Bobby Kennedy who saved the day. He was the last person who talked to the russians. But that pressure they all must've felt must've been crazy and hard to bear.

Just imagine JFK would've said: "Yeah, let's bomb 'em away." Jesus, I probably wouldn't type this. I felt for the poor pilote who died, he was so damn young, and when they showed that scene, it was like I could feel his panic before the missile hits his plane. They did a good job with that.

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Reply #195 posted 09/02/18 1:53pm

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Ace said:

XxAxX said:

this is a series but wth here it is: 9 out of five stars because it's totally excellent. the ending didn't completely wrap things up but maybe season two will tie up loose ends:
p15114022_b_v8_ab.jpg

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Isn't this a capitalist product of the 1% oppressors? Aren't you just reinforcing the patriarchy by patronizing these escapist, violent opioids of the masses? Shouldn't you be off somewhere, enlightening the people about the need to occupy Wall Street and support multi-millionaire socialist Michael Moore? And is there proper diversity in the casting, crew and producers of this series? Isn't this mostly a product of white, straight males? And what about 9/11? How can you sit back and watch this Hollywood nonsense while George W. Bush et al. get away with mass murder? What about the directed-energy beams?! And the framing of Asia Argento? And Rose McGowan (who took a hundred grand and kept her mouth shut, then turned around and chastised others for their 'silence and complicity' in letting these predators continue to prey upon women - all the while making more movies with her "rapist" and smiling in photos with her arm around him)? How 'bout the grave injustice of Louis C.K., thinking he should have a livelihood after asking some women if he could masturbate in front of them (even though some of them said Yes)?

P.S. I've never seen this (I don't like action stuff), but John Krasinski seems likeable. biggrin




falloff gtfuoh with that! the movie is told from both sides. and if you were worried, rest assured that the characters don't sacrifice their souls on purpose, conceive demon children then drink human blood to nourish them! and, stop huffing whatever you're on today hug

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Reply #196 posted 09/02/18 1:57pm

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XxAxX said:

Ace said:


Isn't this a capitalist product of the 1% oppressors? Aren't you just reinforcing the patriarchy by patronizing these escapist, violent opioids of the masses? Shouldn't you be off somewhere, enlightening the people about the need to occupy Wall Street and support multi-millionaire socialist Michael Moore? And is there proper diversity in the casting, crew and producers of this series? Isn't this mostly a product of white, straight males? And what about 9/11? How can you sit back and watch this Hollywood nonsense while George W. Bush et al. get away with mass murder? What about the directed-energy beams?! And the framing of Asia Argento? And Rose McGowan (who took a hundred grand and kept her mouth shut, then turned around and chastised others for their 'silence and complicity' in letting these predators continue to prey upon women - all the while making more movies with her "rapist" and smiling in photos with her arm around him)? How 'bout the grave injustice of Louis C.K., thinking he should have a livelihood after asking some women if he could masturbate in front of them (even though some of them said Yes)?

P.S. I've never seen this (I don't like action stuff), but John Krasinski seems likeable. biggrin




falloff gtfuoh with that! the movie is told from both sides. and rest asured that at least the characters don't sacrifice their souls on purpose, conceive demon children then drink human blood to nourish them! and, stop huffing whatever you're on today hug

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Glad to see you replying in the same spirit my reply was intended. smile In the words of one of my favorite songs (by Ian Hunter):

"Laugh, because it's only life."

hug

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Reply #197 posted 09/02/18 1:59pm

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Hell or High Water

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5/5

What a great film ! If you love heist movies, western movies and drama, then this is a must-see movie.

Great acting and directing, stunning visuals and amazing chemistry between the actors (especially the interaction between Jeff Bridges and Gil Birmingham). There´s also great chemistry between Chris Pines and Ben Foster, who play bank robbers in West Texas.

Also a must-see if you are from Texas.

Beautiful pictures of the plains, a portrait of the struggling and forgotten little towns in that part of Texas, and a very touching story about two brothers. A movie that makes you reflect upon it for a while after watching it.

Taylor Sheridan´s screenplay and story are very genuine and I loved how he´s interwoven some of his own biograpy into this film, for example the Native American aspects. You can tell that Taylor Sheridan knows and understands Texas. This film is like an ode to Texas and the West .

I absolutely loved this movie.

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Reply #198 posted 09/02/18 2:01pm

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Ace said:

XxAxX said:




falloff gtfuoh with that! the movie is told from both sides. and rest asured that at least the characters don't sacrifice their souls on purpose, conceive demon children then drink human blood to nourish them! and, stop huffing whatever you're on today hug

[Edited 9/2/18 13:54pm]


Glad to see you replying in the same spirit my reply was intended. smile In the words of one of my favorite songs (by Ian Hunter):

"Laugh, because it's only life."

hug



oh but i was. sorry you missed that. rose neutral

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Reply #199 posted 09/02/18 2:05pm

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now this movie gets five out of five. guts, glory, and then more guts guts guts biggrin

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Reply #200 posted 09/02/18 2:10pm

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I haven´t watched a good werewolf movie in a long time.

This one got me curious.

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Reply #201 posted 09/02/18 2:14pm

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KoolEaze said:

I haven´t watched a good werewolf movie in a long time.

This one got me curious.



it rocks! and it's on Amazon prime

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Reply #202 posted 09/02/18 2:17pm

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XxAxX said:

Ace said:


Glad to see you replying in the same spirit my reply was intended. smile In the words of one of my favorite songs (by Ian Hunter):

"Laugh, because it's only life."

hug



oh but i was. sorry you missed that. rose neutral


I wasn't being ironic in the part you've bolded above.

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Reply #203 posted 09/02/18 2:20pm

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Ace said:

XxAxX said:



oh but i was. sorry you missed that. rose neutral


I wasn't being ironic in the part you've bolded above.




yes dear, i know. nor was i hug we have GOT to stop flirting like this wink

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Reply #204 posted 09/02/18 2:24pm

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XxAxX said:

Ace said:


I wasn't being ironic in the part you've bolded above.




yes dear, i know. nor was i hug we have GOT to stop flirting like this wink


lol

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Reply #205 posted 09/02/18 2:28pm

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Ace said:

XxAxX said:




yes dear, i know. nor was i hug we have GOT to stop flirting like this wink


lol

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Reply #206 posted 09/02/18 7:27pm

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KoolEaze said:

Hell or High Water


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5/5



What a great film ! If you love heist movies, western movies and drama, then this is a must-see movie.


Great acting and directing, stunning visuals and amazing chemistry between the actors (especially the interaction between Jeff Bridges and Gil Birmingham). There´s also great chemistry between Chris Pines and Ben Foster, who play bank robbers in West Texas.


Also a must-see if you are from Texas.


Beautiful pictures of the plains, a portrait of the struggling and forgotten little towns in that part of Texas, and a very touching story about two brothers. A movie that makes you reflect upon it for a while after watching it.


Taylor Sheridan´s screenplay and story are very genuine and I loved how he´s interwoven some of his own biograpy into this film, for example the Native American aspects. You can tell that Taylor Sheridan knows and understands Texas. This film is like an ode to Texas and the West .


I absolutely loved this movie.



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Great movie. 7.5/10 from me
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Reply #207 posted 09/03/18 1:28am

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Ghost Stories

starstarstar/5

This was more a drama than a horror, but had some funny bits and some creepy bits.

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Reply #208 posted 09/03/18 4:36am

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november (2018) 3.5/5 black & white estonian folk story/fairy tale/horror. just a bit too slow, bordering on plodding at times for me to completely love, & not really emotionally engaging either, but it's never anything less than great to look at, & it's confounding & bizarre and weirdly funny. if it was just a little tighter in pacing & had just a bit of an emotional tug to it, it might have been truly great.

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Reply #209 posted 09/03/18 7:30am

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damosuzuki said:

november (2018) 3.5/5 black & white estonian folk story/fairy tale/horror. just a bit too slow, bordering on plodding at times for me to completely love, & not really emotionally engaging either, but it's never anything less than great to look at, & it's confounding & bizarre and weirdly funny. if it was just a little tighter in pacing & had just a bit of an emotional tug to it, it might have been truly great.

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I love black & white. mushy


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