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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    watched the Edge of Tomorrow (2014), pretty entertaining even if not very well done
    Love that movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post
    I didn't like it either.

    On the other hand, I loved Tarr's Werckmeister harmóniák. I think that's a brilliant movie and a real piece of art.


    By the way. I thought the exact same about The Shape of Water. A movie for future nostalgia that was enjoyable, but little too predictable and lacking something to make it a masterpiece. Pan's Labyrinth, for example, was a much better film from him.

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    Just finished watching The Turin Horse. It was black and boring - had to pull out my smartphone multiple times to make it through


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    Sounds like a must see, since In Bruges is one of my absolute favorites.

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    Colin Farrell is so good in that film. He's at his best in strange, kind of eccentric, roles.

    He's absolutely brilliant in The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lgorTudor View Post


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    Sounds dumb, but I've heard the Japanese novel this is based on is actually very good. The movie in a way is a poor mans Source Code and you know you loved that one

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    Love that movie
    Have you seen Source Code?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    Sounds dumb, but I've heard the Japanese novel this is based on is actually very good. The movie in a way is a poor mans Source Code and you know you loved that one
    Never watched Source Code but now that I know Michelle Monaghan is in it I will

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post

    Still waiting for this.
    My Top 25 of 2017.

    Best Film:
    1)Call Me By Your Name ~ Luca Guadagnino

    My Other Favourites:
    2)On Body and Soul ~ Ildeko Enyedi
    3)Three Billboards Outside Ebbings Missouri ~ Martin McDonagh
    4)Loveless ~ Andrey Zvyagintsev
    5)Lucky ~John Carroll Lynch
    6)Zama ~ Lucrecia Martel
    7)God's Own Country ~ Francis Lee
    8)The Killing of a Sacred Deer ~ Yorgos Lanthimos
    9)Pomegranate Orchard ~ Ilgar Najaf
    10)Wind River ~ Taylor Sheridan
    11)Dede ~ Mariam Khatchvani
    12)Honeygiver Among the Dogs ~ Dechen Roder
    13)Scary Mother ~ Ana Urushadze
    14)The Square ~ Ruben Ostlund
    15)Dunkirk ~ Christopher Nolan

    Several more very good films:
    16) Blade Runner 2049 ~ Denis Villeneuve
    17) Lady Bird ~ Greta Gerwig
    18) Get Out ~ Jordan Peele
    19) A Fantastic Woman ~ Sebastian Lelio
    20) A Man of Integrity ~ Mohammad Rasoulof
    21) Thelma ~ Joachim Trier
    22) Western ~ Valeska Grisebach
    23) The Shape of Water ~ Guillermo del Toro
    24) On The Beach At Night Alone ~ Hong Sang-Soo
    25) Requiem For Mrs J. ~ Bojan Vuletic
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    You saved me a lot of trouble searching what's good enough. Thanks a bunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    Sounds dumb, but I've heard the Japanese novel this is based on is actually very good. The movie in a way is a poor mans Source Code and you know you loved that one

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    Have you seen Source Code?
    Yes and this movie was better. Jake Gylenhall is one of my favourite actors and i like the movie but i dont think it was as good. Try it.

    Just finished the Blade Runner really enjoyed it but think it was about 30 mins too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Post Ironic View Post
    My Top 25 of 2017.

    Best Film:
    1)Call Me By Your Name ~ Luca Guadagnino

    My Other Favourites:
    2)On Body and Soul ~ Ildeko Enyedi
    3)Three Billboards Outside Ebbings Missouri ~ Martin McDonagh
    4)Loveless ~ Andrey Zvyagintsev
    5)Lucky ~John Carroll Lynch
    6)Zama ~ Lucrecia Martel
    7)God's Own Country ~ Francis Lee
    8)The Killing of a Sacred Deer ~ Yorgos Lanthimos
    9)Pomegranate Orchard ~ Ilgar Najaf
    10)Wind River ~ Taylor Sheridan
    11)Dede ~ Mariam Khatchvani
    12)Honeygiver Among the Dogs ~ Dechen Roder
    13)Scary Mother ~ Ana Urushadze
    14)The Square ~ Ruben Ostlund
    15)Dunkirk ~ Christopher Nolan

    Several more very good films:
    16)The Shape Of Water ~ Guillermo Del Toro
    17)Get Out ~ Jordan Peele
    18)A Fantastic Woman ~ Sebastian Lelio
    19)A Man of Integrity ~ Mohammad Rasoulof
    20)Blade Runner 2049 ~ Denis Villeneuve
    21)Thelma ~ Joachim Trier
    22)Western ~ Valeska Grisebach
    23)On The Beach At Night Alone ~ Hong Sang-Soo
    24)Requiem For Mrs J. ~ Bojan Vuletic
    25)The Other Side of Hope ~ Aki Kaurismaki
    No Brawl in Cell Block 99?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    No Brawl in Cell Block 99?
    Terrible but fun movie.

    Try Shot Caller for a good prison movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie View Post
    Terrible but fun movie.

    Try Shot Caller for a good prison movie.
    Seen that one too. I enjoyed CellBlock 99...simple but it never attempted to be anything that it wasn't. Knew its strengths and stuck to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Seen that one too. I enjoyed CellBlock 99...simple but it never attempted to be anything that it wasn't. Knew its strengths and stuck to them
    It was a mix between slapstick and drama some of the fight scenes were similar tonwhat you seen of the old batman tv series. Then there were actions by characters that just did not make any sense, there were funny moments and ridiculous special effects but then again some dark depressing moments and some quality acting. Ah it was just $#@!ed up

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    Him and Mark Hamill should tour together I would pay to see that

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    Going to rewatch La Haine by tomorrow, such a good movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post


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    I love such videos. You can clearly see how he's honest when speaking, it's what he truly means. And, sadly, it's what's true nowadays.

    Here's what I don't like, though. The hypocrisy. Hollywood is total $#@! in majority of the cases. But that doesn't mean that good movies don't exist, right? Even today, when there are $#@!load of stupid and pointless movies, you can still see plenty of good stuff. But you don't cause you don't watch foreign movies or stuff that's underground, stuff that comes out from the movie festivals. His point is really strong, and I agree with majority of what he says, but why doesn't he do something about it? He's a well known actor. He's surely in a position to pick a movie and and decide which role to take. He doesn't do that but he follows the money and movies that he spits on later on. I mean... why? Yeah, Avengers would give him 5-10mln to be in it. But he can still live in a great way if he decides to accept some low paid role but something that he truly belives in and something that will leave a mark on the whole history of movies. He will get paid less, yes, but he will still be above the average pay guy in the US. Or somewhere else.

    Harrison Ford was paid like 10k dollars to act in the first SW movie. But that's just a silly example. He has a lot of money to live for a hundred more year. Why doesn't he make a movie? Many actors nowadays take such role. Hell, if you think you can make an instant classic why don't you go for it? I kinda refuse to believe they wouldn't make good quality movies nowadays, it's just that they don't have creativity anymore and they are out of ideas. If he doesn't care about the money then make some outstanding art, at least he's in a position to do so, no? Instead he complains (while telling the absolute truth) and then accepts the next $#@! movie like Avangers to get more millions. That's just BS imo.
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    BR2049 not nominated for best picture or best directing This is why I havent been following Oscars for a decade

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    The oscars suck $#@! so frustating

    Blade runner badly over looked. 3 billboards no nom for best directer. Hanks and Franco no noms either.

    Hope nolan wins best directer but he will surely get $#@!ed for something lame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie View Post
    The oscars suck $#@! so frustating

    Blade runner badly over looked. 3 billboards no nom for best directer. Hanks and Franco no noms either.

    Hope nolan wins best directer but he will surely get $#@!ed for something lame.
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