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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post
    Any announced project by Christopher Nolan? Why is that $#@!er making movies once in a blue moon ffs
    He just had Dunkirk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    Bale, Foster, Pike, Lang + Western =



    Looks great.
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    Au hasard Balthazar - Brilliant movie.
    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
    commentator: "...marchisio.... hardly mentioned his name tonight"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dostoevsky View Post
    Au hasard Balthazar - Brilliant movie.
    I just checked the plot, come on, is this for real



    This thoughtful and unique French film reveals the surprisingly deep connection between Marie (Anne Wiazemsky), a sensitive farm girl, and her cherished donkey, Balthazar. Though Marie and Balthazar are eventually separated when she gets older, the tale follows both the young woman and the donkey as they contend with the hardships of the world. Although Marie and Balthazar often encounter cruelty from the various people they meet, they also find small moments of beauty.
    "If a man does not have the sauce, then he is lost. But the same man can be lost in the sauce." - Guccimus Mane La Flaritus


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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    I just checked the plot, come on, is this for real



    This thoughtful and unique French film reveals the surprisingly deep connection between Marie (Anne Wiazemsky), a sensitive farm girl, and her cherished donkey, Balthazar. Though Marie and Balthazar are eventually separated when she gets older, the tale follows both the young woman and the donkey as they contend with the hardships of the world. Although Marie and Balthazar often encounter cruelty from the various people they meet, they also find small moments of beauty.
    Yes, it is actually. IMO Bresson has got to be one of the best directors, so hats down to him. It's surely not a movie for everyone, though. I enjoy such movies, haha.
    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
    commentator: "...marchisio.... hardly mentioned his name tonight"

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    Sounds more like a mexican movie

    Watched John Wick 2 yesterday, great popcorn movie la Shoot em up.

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    John Wick 2 is a great action movie with one of the most badass endings. I loved it.

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    Amazon says it has acquired the global television rights to "The Lord of the Rings," based on the fantasy novels by J.R.R. Tolkien, with a multi-season commitment.

    Set in Middle Earth, this TV series will explore new story lines preceding Tolkien's "The Fellowship of the Ring." The deal includes a potential additional spin-off series, Amazon said Monday.
    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
    commentator: "...marchisio.... hardly mentioned his name tonight"

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    "If a man does not have the sauce, then he is lost. But the same man can be lost in the sauce." - Guccimus Mane La Flaritus


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    Thor Ragnarok is quite good fun actually, even if they go a bit too far with the witty baaants.
    Fool enough to almost be it
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    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
    commentator: "...marchisio.... hardly mentioned his name tonight"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuveJay View Post
    Thor Ragnarok is quite good fun actually, even if they go a bit too far with the witty baaants.
    Yep I thought the same, enjoyed it a lot though

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    I'm done with superhero movies. They bore me to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campionesidd View Post
    I'm done with superhero movies. They bore me to death.
    It's all they make at the moment. Not many worthwhile film these days

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    "If a man does not have the sauce, then he is lost. But the same man can be lost in the sauce." - Guccimus Mane La Flaritus


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerval View Post
    It's all they make at the moment. Not many worthwhile film these days
    Which is why I hardly see any movies these days. 1-2 in theatre per year + a handful on Netflix or TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campionesidd View Post
    Which is why I hardly see any movies these days. 1-2 in theatre per year + a handful on Netflix or TV.
    Same, and I used to get to the cinema at least twice a month.

    Only films I'm eager to see at the moment (missed them in the cinema) are Dunkirk and Blade Runner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerval View Post
    It's all they make at the moment. Not many worthwhile film these days
    I think there are plenty but mostly it's foreign movies from festivals which aren't mainstream mostly due to people loving to watch stuff for kids with tons of special effects.
    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
    commentator: "...marchisio.... hardly mentioned his name tonight"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fint View Post
    Same, and I used to get to the cinema at least twice a month.

    Only films I'm eager to see at the moment (missed them in the cinema) are Dunkirk and Blade Runner
    Haven't seen Blade Runner, but Dunkirk is fantastic. The story and characters aren't great (like most Nolan movies), but the cinematography, directing, sound effects and music are excellent. It's a movie you want to catch on the big screen though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campionesidd View Post
    Haven't seen Blade Runner, but Dunkirk is fantastic. The story and characters aren't great (like most Nolan movies), but the cinematography, directing, sound effects and music are excellent. It's a movie you want to catch on the big screen though.
    Yeah pretty much everything you've said I've been told by others who've seen it, honestly annoyed with myself for not having gone when it was in the cinema

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    Blade Runner 2049 is quite good. The pace is slow, so no wonder it didn't do well in theaters. The visuals are something though and it's one of few films I've been thinking about days after seeing it

    Dunkirk is on my watchlist

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