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    "That fucking nobody is . . ."


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    Quote Originally Posted by theburningreptile View Post
    No matter how many times I watch Blade Runner, it never gets old at all. It only gets better for me.
    Its my favourite piece of visual art. The story does not matter...its an exercise in immersion. I would go so far to say now that its in the top 3 most influential Science Fiction films of all time..along with Metropolis and 2001 A Space Oddesy. Definitely of the the past 30 years.

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    The Sea of Trees, the best movie I saw this year so far, for me. It doesn't get good reviews, maybe somewhat cliche and predictable, but I don't care, all three main actors are great, and I just love this kind of sadness... and scene by the fire was so intense.

    Yellow, winter. ;-(

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    Plata o plomo

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    Quote Originally Posted by marodi View Post
    Slap Shot

    The greatest hockey movie ever made, bar none.
    Agreed.

    I imagine you've seen Goon? In my opinion the only other hockey movie that comes close as a runner up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darktemplar007 View Post
    Agreed.

    I imagine you've seen Goon? In my opinion the only other hockey movie that comes close as a runner up.
    Not yet but it's on my "to see" list. I'm glad to hear you liked it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Substance242 View Post
    The Sea of Trees, the best movie I saw this year so far, for me. It doesn't get good reviews, maybe somewhat cliche and predictable, but I don't care, all three main actors are great, and I just love this kind of sadness... and scene by the fire was so intense.

    Yellow, winter. ;-(
    After seeing the trailer I kind of irrationally want this to be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    So Zoo had a couple of hit and miss episodes, but the 2 hr season 2 finale was fucking awesome.

    I wouldn't call Zoo a GREAT show, but it's pretty damn entertaining.
    I loved it, too! Yes, it's (like everyone calls it) pretty much ridiculous, but it's fast, funny and engaging. The finale was full of twists, and everytime I was like "ha, I knew this was going to happen", suddenly another twist happened and... whoa.

    Spoiler: So, I guess this is the prequel to Children of Men after all, haha.

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    lol that's exactly what i said @wizfan

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    Watching Stranger Things with my girlfriend. It's her first time watching it and my 2nd time. I love this show so much.

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    A Touch of Cloth. Please disregard everything I've said about Angie Tribeca; this is some hardcore parody shit right here. And I've only seen the first episode so far.

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    i haven't been keeping up, and i've been having a really hard time finding movies to watch lately.

    What's good that's out on dvd and digital? It doesn't have to be citizen fucking kane

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    Dark Star by John Carpenter. So far, it's pretty funny.

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    Watched the new Independence Day yesterday... you know I do like big expensive explosive movies, but this one was too stupid, even for me. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Dark Star by John Carpenter. So far, it's pretty funny.
    i got the score on vinyl a few months ago when mondo put it out, but i haven't listened to it yet because there are dialogue samples and i didn't want to ruin anything for myself. i have the movie downloaded, my wife and i just never seem to have the attention span to watch movies these days, so hopefully we'll find time soon.

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    I just finished season 3 of Hannibal. Holy shit it was amazing. I really hope they can somehow make a season 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theburningreptile View Post
    I just finished season 3 of Hannibal. Holy shit it was amazing. I really hope they can somehow make a season 4.
    I know they're hoping to do a movie. The finale was so beautiful.

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    I finally saw Swiss Army Man. So wonderful. Lovely film.


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    Black Mirror has my rapt attention. A show like this has been long overdue. So well crafted and I sometimes forget its TV.

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    Luke Cage is now available on Netflix. I had no idea today was the release day.
    I'm gonna be watching this all day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    I know they're hoping to do a movie. The finale was so beautiful.
    Oh I hope they do too then!

    Luke Cage is bad ass so far. This is my favorite of the 3 marvel shows so far.

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    Finally watched 50 Shades of Grey .. what a pile of overated doo doo. Style over substance.

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    Rewatched Swiss Army Man last night. I really can't stress how beautiful that film is. The score is so unique too. I find myself tearing up near the end. Brilliant performances by both Dano and Radcliffe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    Rewatched Swiss Army Man last night. I really can't stress how beautiful that film is. The score is so unique too. I find myself tearing up near the end. Brilliant performances by both Dano and Radcliffe.
    I enjoyed that, but I don't think it's as good as everyone else does. To each their own though.

    The score was amazing and unique though!

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    Just got back from The Girl on the Train. Nothing new. I'd rather watch Gone Girl again instead.

    And the score rips off some certain parts of Gone Girl's... I'm sure they used the GG score as temp music during post. All the more reason why TR&AR kick ass.

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    Watching Captain Fantastic, i swear to got everything i've seen Viggo in post LOTR i have endure seeing his ball-sack.

    Anyway, good film!

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    Seeing Shin Godzilla tonight!

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    How was it?

    That riff at 2:34 is so NIN, by the way.


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    It was alright; way too much exposition and they're clearly setting it up for a sequel. There were several WTF moments with Godzilla, which was a good thing.

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    Just saw The Greasy Strangler, a film so greasy i felt like i needed a shower afterwards.

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