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Reply #30 posted 09/15/20 7:26am

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Okja is wonderful, would highly recommend. Snowpiercer is a good laugh as well.


Just wanted to say I loved Sorry To Bother You, it was a bit disjointed in how it jumped from scene to scene but I loved how it ramped up the craziness as it went along, there was no way in hell I saw that last 20-30 minutes or so coming. It's resistance of a nice hollywood liberal ending was very impressive as well.

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Reply #31 posted 09/15/20 8:04am

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Snowpiercer is a laugh? huh

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #32 posted 09/15/20 8:18am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Snowpiercer is a laugh? huh

I know you, of all people, would be laughing along.

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Reply #33 posted 09/15/20 6:03pm

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Madame X: An Absolute Ruler (1978) - Several women, all bored with their menial lives, join a lesbian pirate ship and set sail on a kooky adventure.

Easily one of the strangest movies I've ever seen. A character would seemingly meet their demise and then appear in subsequent scenes without any clear explanation. Recommended if you're interested in a fun, surreal experiment--although it's unfortunate that this and the other movies by avant-garde director Ulrike Ottinger aren't more readily available for viewing. 3/5
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Reply #34 posted 09/15/20 6:09pm

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Great film I just loved it it kept me interested and thrilled throughout the whole film.

highfive Yeah - great plot twists, as events start to spiral out of control. I liked the social commentary too. Would be interested to see more by Bong Joon-ho - maybe starting with Okja.

Okja is a very good movie, and I didn't expect at all anything that happened in Parasites, I thought it was just a socail commentary but far from what happened after the family left to go camping.

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Reply #35 posted 09/15/20 6:10pm

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slyjackson said:

Great film I just loved it it kept me interested and thrilled throughout the whole film.

highfive Yeah - great plot twists, as events start to spiral out of control. I liked the social commentary too. Would be interested to see more by Bong Joon-ho - maybe starting with Okja.

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Reply #36 posted 09/16/20 1:41am

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jaawwnn said:

Okja is wonderful, would highly recommend. Snowpiercer is a good laugh as well.


Just wanted to say I loved Sorry To Bother You, it was a bit disjointed in how it jumped from scene to scene but I loved how it ramped up the craziness as it went along, there was no way in hell I saw that last 20-30 minutes or so coming. It's resistance of a nice hollywood liberal ending was very impressive as well.

Cheers - will give Okja and Snowpiercer a look. thumbs up!

Yeah, Sorry To Bother You was certainly a bit lumpy in parts, but I loved the imagination of it. Was also a breath of fresh air to see a contemporary Hollywood film that came from that perspective, which was funny and sharp in its satire, but also had some heart.

"Not everything that is faced can be changed; but nothing can be changed until it is faced." - James Baldwin
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Reply #37 posted 09/17/20 10:11am

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deebee said:

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YES!!!! I loved this and I love Stanfield who I came to know in Donald Glover's Atlanta.








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Yeah, he's great in Atlanta. (Hopefully, we won't have to wait too long for a new season of that.) beg And I thought he was perfect for this role. nod


beg I hope it comes back in 2021. It's one of my favorite shows, and I think Glover is a wunderkind. Stanfield was also quite good in "Get Out"-

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." - Jimi Hendrix
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Reply #38 posted 09/17/20 6:38pm

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Boccaccio '70 (1962) - Inspired by Boccaccio's novellas, each episode focuses on sex, love and seduction in Italy's 1960s, an era of economic growth and major cultural changes.

Critics didn't care for this, but I thought it was a fine collection of saucy Italian tales. Luchino Visconti's segment stood out the most to me because its tone was the most serious while Fellini's story was the most comical. And dear lord, does Sophia Loren look stunning in the finale by Vittorio De Sica. Also the Blu-ray disc includes the first story by Mario Monicelli omitted from the U.S. theatrical release which acts like an appetizer to the main course that is the rest of the feature directed by the bigger names with the bigger stars. 4/5
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