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I had to include something from Tabu and this was what initially stood out to me. Tabu is arguably the most beautifully shot film of the year and this is my favorite scene.
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Post by charulata » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:11 am

Yeah, these videos are not just spoiler-y but also frequently NSFW :P
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Post by Willow » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:14 am

yup, definitely NSFW
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Post by Colonel Kurz » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:19 am

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It's so on the nose, this scene and the music at the end of it, but somehow I find it very strong and working very well.

And oh yeah, it's the very last scene of the film, just so you know.
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I like the italicization :)
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Post by Willow » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:22 am

Love that scene
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Right after the big reveal of the monster dungeon and subsequent all hell breaking loose we finally get to see the purpose behind the killings to begin with. In trying to give a definition to why horror films exist The Cabin in the Woods creates a legend that we are all familiar with, and it thrilled me. I'm obsessed with horror films and Cabin is a new classic of the genre in my opinion.

By the way this is the end of the film, so massive spoilers and all that
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Post by Armin » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:36 am

Great choice there, Kurz. Boo on that being the very last mention of the film though..
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Post by charulata » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:39 am

Armin wrote:Great choice there, Kurz. Boo on that being the very last mention of the film though..

I think Kurz was just saying that it's the literal 'final' scene of the film :) Not that it's the last mention of the film on this thread or anything. For that, you're going to have to keep coming back here!
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Post by Colonel Kurz » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:41 am

Yeah, just for people who haven't seen it.
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Post by Armin » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:43 am

Oh, sorry, I've been sort of blind all day. I blame the cold weather, moviiing on...
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... and I don't think I've ever been more happy to see someone beat to death. How lovely.


Yes! Also love the ambiguity of the final fade out.
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Post by Willow » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:48 am

The look on McConaughey's face is perfect and then the closing credits song.
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Love the way both the soundtrack and the camera just glide around and observe the surroundings zeroing in on different things for short snippets of time and then getting distracted. And the way the visuals seamlessly break from reality to reveal Anders's utter lack of hope. Devastating.
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Post by dreiser » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:57 am

Willow wrote:The look on McConaughey's face is perfect and then the closing credits song.


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Post by Shieldmaiden » Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:00 am

Yay, for Anna Karenina love! That Oslo scene is great, too. And that's all I have to say, because I haven't seen anything else and SPOILERS, so.
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Post by Colonel Kurz » Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:08 am

This night is over! But tomorrow night, the very last category will receive it's nominations.
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charulata wrote:
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Love the way both the soundtrack and the camera just glide around and observe the surroundings zeroing in on different things for short snippets of time and then getting distracted. And the way the visuals seamlessly break from reality to reveal Anders's utter lack of hope. Devastating.

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Post by rad » Fri Jan 25, 2013 6:19 am

B-Side wrote:sodes <3

fave also
theres something about that flash of muzzle flare in that hotel fight that just hits the spot

surprised to see limos and end of cabin picked for best scenes, not the first ones i think of for either movie. limos is one of my least favorite parts of holy motors too, but maybe thats just my weirdness.
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Post by charulata » Fri Jan 25, 2013 6:26 am

rad wrote:limos is one of my least favorite parts of holy motors too, but maybe thats just my weirdness.

There's a lot I love about that movie but the obvious hilarity of the scene combined with the outrage it seemed to cause among my fellow audience members just delighted me for some reason :) It just felt so playful to me.
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rad wrote:fave also
theres something about that flash of muzzle flare in that hotel fight that just hits the spot

surprised to see limos and end of cabin picked for best scenes, not the first ones i think of for either movie. limos is one of my least favorite parts of holy motors too, but maybe thats just my weirdness.


Which scene would you pick for Cabin? There are 2 other scenes that I can think of that I like almost as much
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Willow wrote:
Which scene would you pick for Cabin? There are 2 other scenes that I can think of that I like almost as much

the scene of the japan scenario comes to mind first. sleeper pick: the beginning leading up to the title card.
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charulata wrote:There's a lot I love about that movie but the obvious hilarity of the scene combined with the outrage it seemed to cause among my fellow audience members just delighted me for some reason :) It just felt so playful to me.

it's really fun and i think in spirit with the movie, but it feels sort of on the nose. calling it one of my least favorite parts of the movie is hardly a slight to it considering how great all the different sections of the film are. (entracte and the part w/ the daughter are hard to beat for me)
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rad wrote:the scene of the japan scenario comes to mind first. sleeper pick: the beginning leading up to the title card.


The Japan Scene <3

I really wish there would have been more of those scenarios present as a deleted scene/s section on the blu ray. Joss only filmed the Japan sequence in full though due to budget reasons is what I've heard.
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I didn't like Holy Motors all that much, but not picking the accordion scene feels like outright snubbing the year's best scene for something considerably weaker.
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Every scene in Killing Them Softly is better than the last scene :\
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Das wrote:I didn't like Holy Motors all that much, but not picking the accordion scene feels like outright snubbing the year's best scene for something considerably weaker.


We split up the two categories of best musical scene and best scene, so it's possible the accordion scene will show up tomorrow
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Trip wrote:Every scene in Killing Them Softly is better than the last scene :\

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Give me a film about talking limos.
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Post by Willow » Fri Jan 25, 2013 3:37 pm

It was a good year for Limo Cinema
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Post by Trevor » Fri Jan 25, 2013 3:44 pm

I rewatched Cosmopples yesterday. Jumped up to my #2 of 2012.
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Trevor wrote:I rewatched Cosmopples yesterday. Jumped up to my #2 of 2012.


I've only seen it the one time, but I really want to see it again.
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charulata wrote:Love the way both the soundtrack and the camera just glide around and observe the surroundings zeroing in on different things for short snippets of time and then getting distracted. And the way the visuals seamlessly break from reality to reveal Anders's utter lack of hope. Devastating.

I adore this scene. Whenever I think back on the film this is the scene that immediately comes to mind. It's so terribly moving, and simultaneously alive in its desire to exploit the cinematic form. It couldn't be replicated in any other medium, which wouldn't in itself be remarkable if not for its achingly sincere evocation of the protagonist's despair.
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Post by Colonel Kurz » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:12 am

This is it! The last round of nominees will be announced shortly, in the category Musical Moments. Which is like the Best Scenes category, only specifically concerning moments with music or that are musical. Unfortunately, Willow's power is currently out due to bad weather, so she won't be able to attend. But you know how it goes, the show must go on!
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I like the pick and I loved MoConaughey in the movie but I really just wanted to watch Channing Tates dance the whole time :)
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Post by Colonel Kurz » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:27 am

He's crying in that scene, that's something, isn't it? ;)
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Colonel Kurz wrote:He's crying in that scene, that's something, isn't it? ;)

It totally is : )
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Carax and Lavant were already jointly responsible for at least two of my favorite musical moments of all time and now there's a third to add to that list. I went back to the theater to watch the film barely a couple of days after I watched it the first time and it was mostly because I just couldn't get that sequence out of my head and had to see it again.
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Post by Colonel Kurz » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:36 am

Yeah, I'm just gonna put that on a loop now and not get anything done anymore.
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What do you think I'm up to?
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Trois, douze, merde!
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Colonel Kurz wrote:douze


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*sings along with clip*
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Post by charulata » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:48 am

Give me a second to put myself back together :|
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