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I've been playing the Fargo opening theme once an hour for the past few days.


The whole score of Fargo is beauiful and one of the best movie scores ever in one of the best movies.


Fri Feb 19, 2010 10:08 pm
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That's one filthy religion!


Filthy? That film was beautiful.

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Fri Feb 19, 2010 11:52 pm
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The Place Promised in Our Early Days (2004)

Stellar animation. Interesting plot, although arguably not too emotionally involving. I liked it a lot. Just a bit more than 5 Centimeters Per Second.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:11 am
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Sorta rewatched Europa (ie talked through it, enjoying the prettiness) and actually rewatched The Shining last night. No exaggeration, The Shining gets scarier and scarier each time I see it. Traumatizing.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:31 am
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Sorta rewatched Europa (ie talked through it, enjoying the prettiness) and actually rewatched The Shining last night. No exaggeration, The Shining gets scarier and scarier each time I see it. Traumatizing.


Exactly. It's the same for me.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:32 am
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I rewatched The Shining the other night Orph. Still brilliant.

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I watched the first 30 minutes of "Bright Star" about 40 times in the last 36 hours.
I wonder what happens in the end

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The Place Promised in Our Early Days (2004)

Stellar animation. Interesting plot, although arguably not too emotionally involving. I liked it a lot. Just a bit more than 5 Centimeters Per Second.

Aww, I thought so.

I just got back from A Single Man, which I liked a lot.


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Aww, I thought so.

I just got back from A Single Man, which I liked a lot.


Really need to see this.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 2:38 am
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Hunger is incredibly good by the way, got it from Netflix yesterday, purchased it today.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 2:39 am
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Rewatched Angel's Egg. Still beautiful. Still don't get it, but that's fine. The last shot reminds me of Solyaris.


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I just got back from A Single Man, which I liked a lot.

A Single Man is utterly stunning, visually, but to me it lacked depth. I also disagree with what people are saying about it being a love story first, and a homosexual one second - that it could quite easily have been a heterosexual relationship between the two characters, and without such an age gap. It couldn't, and they push the gay thing as far as they can.

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they push the gay thing as far as they can.


Don't they all?

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I might see A Single Man next week. In the gay part of the city. To hook up with someone. This will happen.

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Don't they all?

Yes, especially that Trip fellow.

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Aww, I thought so.

I just got back from A Single Man, which I liked a lot.

This FINALLY came out here. I'm going to see it this weekend, come hell or high water. Unfortunately, it's not playing at my theater, so I have to pay, but I think it'll be worth it.

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I also disagree with what people are saying about it being a love story first, and a homosexual one second - that it could quite easily have been a heterosexual relationship between the two characters, and without such an age gap. It couldn't, and they push the gay thing as far as they can.


I haven't seen it yet, but is this surprising? It's based on a book written by a gay author and the director is gay as well. I figure that the homosexual element is pretty central. Also, the book was written during the Gay Liberation movement of the 1960s and was meant to draw attention to the cause. I think de-emphasizing that would have been disingenuous to the intentions of the author. I could just be talking out of my ass though.

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I haven't seen it yet, but is this surprising? It's based on a book written by a gay author and the director is gay as well. I figure that the homosexual element is pretty central. Also, the book was written during the Gay Liberation movement of the 1960s and was meant to draw attention to the cause. I think de-emphasizing that would have been disingenuous to the intentions of the author. I could just be talking out of my ass though.

Precisely, and that's exactly what I was expecting.

I just disagree those who have waved away the homosexual element, deeming it unimportant.

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Rewatched Angel's Egg. Still beautiful. Still don't get it, but that's fine. The last shot reminds me of Solyaris.


I'm sure your subconscious got it. At least I think mine did.

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Nicholas Hoult looked like a fawn.


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I'm sure your subconscious got it. At least I think mine did.


I'll ask it next time I get one of those sweet episodes of lucid dreaming.


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Nicholas Hoult looked like a fawn.

A fawn taking style tips from Dale Winton, yes.

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I'll ask it next time I get one of those sweet episodes of lucid dreaming.


Don't waste those on Angel's Egg, use them for extremely dirty deeds.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 3:11 am
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Watched a movie called Triangle, which is essentially the American version of Time Crimes. Solid B movie


Sat Feb 20, 2010 4:11 am
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I've just finished both Dead Calm which was just an average thriller and the much better Repulsion from Roman Polanski, it was a great film and although not as good as Chinatown was still quite good.


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I've just finished both Dead Calm which was just an average thriller and the much better Repulsion from Roman Polanski, it was a great film and although not as good as Chinatown was still quite good.


Btw Nanners, the former Blood Bank is called Hamsterdam here


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Btw Nanners, the former Blood Bank is called Hamsterdam here


Oh I see, i was wondering what that thread was, thanks Chip. :)


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I watched 3 movies last night.

The Crucible- Well acted and shot. DDL is awesome
Your Friends and Neighbors- Not my type of film
The Ninth Gate- Extremely underrated. Polanski did a great job with it.

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The Place Promised in Our Early Days (2004)

Stellar animation. Interesting plot, although arguably not too emotionally involving. I liked it a lot. Just a bit more than 5 Centimeters Per Second.
I don't think you have to argue with your own emotions, you simply state what they are.

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I watched 3 movies last night.

The Crucible- Well acted and shot. DDL is awesome
Your Friends and Neighbors- Not my type of film
The Ninth Gate- Extremely underrated. Polanski did a great job with it.
I haven't seen Your Friends and Neighbors but LaBute's In the Company of Men is absolutely brilliant. It may not be your 'type of film', but its perspective on the intricacies of conflicting human wants and needs is amazing, incisive, and frightening. I think it's hilarious, personally, but it's not one of those 'identify with characters' sorts of deals. It's searingly honest, and to sugar coat it would be to lie.

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The Holy Mountain was very much one of those identify with the characters sort of films. I am pretty sure that Jodorowsky's character was modeled after me.

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Precisely, and that's exactly what I was expecting.

I just disagree those who have waved away the homosexual element, deeming it unimportant.

Ah, I misread your intent. Well that just makes me all the more interested. Because I like watching Matthew Goode kiss boys.

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I haven't seen Your Friends and Neighbors but LaBute's In the Company of Men is absolutely brilliant. It may not be your 'type of film', but its perspective on the intricacies of conflicting human wants and needs is amazing, incisive, and frightening. I think it's hilarious, personally, but it's not one of those 'identify with characters' sorts of deals. It's searingly honest, and to sugar coat it would be to lie.


From the way you describe it, seems similar to Happiness.

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From the way you describe it, seems similar to Happiness.
I haven't seen Happiness as of yet. All I know is that In the Company of Men is amazing.

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I haven't seen Happiness as of yet. All I know is that In the Company of Men is amazing.


I will inform you of my thoughts on Cries and Whispers as soon as I watch it.

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Both In the Company of Men and Happiness are two of my favourite comedies.

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Oh, and I saw Nights of Cabiria. The similarities between it and La Dolce Vita are numerous. It's almost like a warmup exercise. I don't know how anyone can prefer it, though. Opinions, opinions.

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Oh, and I saw Nights of Cabiria. The similarities between it and La Dolce Vita are numerous. It's almost like a warmup exercise. I don't know how anyone can prefer it, though. Opinions, opinions.

True enough. A lovely film.


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Rewatched Angel's Egg. Still beautiful. Still don't get it, but that's fine. The last shot reminds me of Solyaris.

I do adore that film.


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I haven't seen Your Friends and Neighbors but LaBute's In the Company of Men is absolutely brilliant. It may not be your 'type of film', but its perspective on the intricacies of conflicting human wants and needs is amazing, incisive, and frightening. I think it's hilarious, personally, but it's not one of those 'identify with characters' sorts of deals. It's searingly honest, and to sugar coat it would be to lie.


I plan to watch In the Company of Men at some point. It's in my netflix queue. I just didn't like the overall feel of Your Friends and Neighbors. Its an okay film but not something I would go back and watch again. It had it's moments for me but they were few and far between. The scene in the sauna was probably the most memorable.

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Seriously, Querelle has to be one of the sexiest films evar.

Fass went on a real high note.


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Seriously, Querelle has to be one of the sexiest films evar.

Fass went on a real high note.


So fucking sexy.

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Sat Feb 20, 2010 1:39 pm
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Watched Zodiac for the first time since it came out. Lurvely.


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Watched Zodiac for the first time since it came out. Lurvely.


I love that film. Maybe my favorite of 07. I go back and forth between that and TWBB.

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Just finished Watership Down.

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Just finished Watership Down.


I wanna see that and Plague Dogs.

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I wanna see that and Plague Dogs.

Yes, I got those recs too :mrgreen:
It was ok, definitely not a film for kids.More like watching a war drama.

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Plague Dogs has absolutely nothing on the maturity of Watership Down.

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I remember the book, Watership Down, being really good. Very well constructed social setting and social dynamics between groups and within the pervasive dangers of the setting. Haven't seen the film.

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I remember the book, Watership Down, being really good. Very well constructed social setting and social dynamics between groups and within the pervasive dangers of the setting. Haven't seen the film.

Add some trippy images and cartoon characters covered in blood to that and you got the film.

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Your Friends and Neighbors- 3.5

Hahahaha.
Always follow imdb ratings. :P

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