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    Saw Moon last night. God, Sam Rockwell is fucking phenomenal.


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    The ending to Control is so fucking heartbreaking, and very beautifully done. The use of “Atmosphere” is just perfect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    The ending to Control is so fucking heartbreaking, and very beautifully done. The use of “Atmosphere” is just perfect.
    i saw that in the smaller theater at the music box when it came out and just sat there and cried for like 10 minutes after the movie ended.

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    Dark! If you have Netflix you should watch it. Right now.


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    i was reminded the other day that this movie exists (i watched it many times as a pre-teen with friends), so my wife, our two friends, and i all gathered to watch it last night. it...does not hold up hahaha. but it was beautiful for us as genuine fans of shitty movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    i saw that in the smaller theater at the music box when it came out and just sat there and cried for like 10 minutes after the movie ended.
    One of the few movies that made me cry.

    I saw Logan Lucky the other day and loved it. Soderbergh is a brilliant director, but the scripts he picks are hit or miss. Thankfully, LL was a great return to form.

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    The Limehouse Golem - not bad, but the end I first i thought was clever and then it was like but how!

    The Girl on the Train - not as bad as i thought it might be, a good turn from Emily Blunt

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    Field of Dreams

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    used my day of feeling sick and finally watched two david fincher movies i hadn't seen (despite being a huge fincher fan)

    Zodiac was amazing. like, so amazing that after finishing it, i immediately ordered a blu-ray of the director's cut (for only $8 on amazon) and i can't wait to watch that version.

    The Game was good, but not quite as incredible once i got to the end. it felt a little lackluster to have it end the way it does. however, the rest of the film was great, and fincher's directing style is always a pleasure to watch.

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    We went to see Blockers last night, and it was an excellent comedy! Also, the trailer doesn't really show it, but the teenager characters are also very funny and well written, not the stereotypical millenial bullshit one might suspect. It was great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    Zodiac was amazing. like, so amazing that after finishing it, i immediately ordered a blu-ray of the director's cut (for only $8 on amazon) and i can't wait to watch that version.
    I wouldn't consider myself a huge David Fincher fan, but there really is something special about Zodiac. It's something I've returned to over and over through the years, and I love it more each time. The texture and cinematography is so clean and fluid. I love the 70s setting and the music (especially Hurdy Gurdy Man, holy shit). Some of the scenes are so deeply terrifying. I think my favorite scene in the whole thing is when they go to interview Arthur Leigh Allen at his job.

    I think what I love about this movie the most is how it alters the standard crime film formula. The case doesn't build and build to a huge satisfying conclusion. It's more like a case study in obsession, where we follow these guys through the years and watch their lives get consumed by this mystery that has no answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantra View Post
    I wouldn't consider myself a huge David Fincher fan, but there really is something special about Zodiac. It's something I've returned to over and over through the years, and I love it more each time. The texture and cinematography is so clean and fluid. I love the 70s setting and the music (especially Hurdy Gurdy Man, holy shit). Some of the scenes are so deeply terrifying. I think my favorite scene in the whole thing is when they go to interview Arthur Leigh Allen at his job.

    I think what I love about this movie the most is how it alters the standard crime film formula. The case doesn't build and build to a huge satisfying conclusion. It's more like a case study in obsession, where we follow these guys through the years and watch their lives get consumed by this mystery that has no answer.
    director's cut came today. hoping my wife will be up for watching it this weekend.

    that basement scene was one of the most unsettling things ever. talk about a palpable sense of dread. Spoiler: do you think that guy was also a serial killer? do you think there was more than one zodiac? either way, my fear of basements has reached a new high (low?) after that.

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    I love that movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_z View Post
    I love that movie.
    I could watch Zodiac everyday of the week for a year and never get bored by it. That movie does things to me.

    Whoever this is, you owe me another lamp.
    Also: i'll ask again: anyone else watching AMC's The Terror? If you're not, you're missing one hell of a series and Jared Harris best performance ever. Shame on all of you!

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