Movies you've been watching...

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  1. cwhitey2

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    well i 420'd it so it was awesome or atleast mind blowing... :lol:

    but your right the acting was a joke and i didnt care for the shit effects they used
     
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    The Last Exorcism (2010) - If you like this kind of film............ it's AWESOME.
    No crap effects and no crap acting.If you watch it pretending it's a real documentary, it's pretty scary.That director did a great job cause it's never boring, each moment bring us different feelings and sensations.
    But the best thing is it's COPLETELY unpredictable, for the very first time in decades everything that happened on a film was a surprise for me, everytime I thought I knew what's going to happen it took me by surprise.In the beginning I was curious about what "lame" path it'd take but it took me to a path I could never expect and for that surprise I think it's awesome. In this film we can see how a good director can turn what could be a major failure into something fresh and unpredictable, of course some will say it has something to do with The Blair Witch Project because of the handy cam but like I said, if you pretend it's a real documentary and let it swallow your senses..........it'll take you to unknown places :scream:
     
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    Thrashmanzac plays in 69/42

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    down by law, i loved it :)
     
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    Splice - :wallbash:...............Another "we got 1000 effects and a crap story".In fact there's no story, everything is predictable and boring.Take out effects and what do they have?.........................that ugly giant NOSE :lol:
     
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    mark520 SS.org Regular

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    Hi everyone! proud to be the member of this great community !! i am Mark from USA ,Ak,Anchorage,nice to meet you,hope to know more about you.......
     
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    Thrashmanzac plays in 69/42

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    been loving jim jarmuch's movies lately, watched ghost dog way of the samurai last night and realised why i love that movie so much, anyone that is not familier with his work i urge you to watch this movie.
     
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    SenorDingDong Smeller of Smells

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    Day of the Dead
    The People Under The Stairs
    House (1986)
    Evil Dead 2
    Re-Animator
    Bride of the Re-Animator
    Hellraiser
    Night of the Demons
    C.H.U.D.
    Zombi 2
    Nightbreed
    May
    Sunshine Cleaning
    Franklyn
    No Country for Old Men
    There Will Be Blood
    Jackie Brown
     
  8. ry_z

    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    Farewell My Concubine
    Waltz With Bashir
    Yojimbo
    Ikiru
    Cronos
     
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    I endorse and approve this! was one of the best Horror's I have seen in a long time
     
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    Movies I've watched lately....

    The Final Countdown
    Starship Troopers
    Avatar
    MacGruber
    Thor
    Fast Five
    Pirates of the Caribbean 4
    The Ghost and the Darkness
    Law Abiding Citizen
    Pineapple Express
    Robin Hood: Men In Tights
    Spaceballs
     
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    Scar Symmetry Ex Whiny Bitch

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    Inglourious Basterds.
    Black Death (Sean Bean ala Game of Thrones-gone-horror)
    Burn After Reading.
    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.
    The Notebook :ugh:
    Triangle.
    Up In The Air.

    On my to-watch-again list:
    No Country For Old Men
    Babel
    Michael Clayton
    Solaris (Steven Soderbergh)
    Mongol
    Changeling
    There Will Be Blood

    Yet to watch:
    Men Who Stare At Goats
    Crazy Heart
     
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    Scar Symmetry Ex Whiny Bitch

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    Changeling: watched. Good film.

    Crazy Heart: 'The Wrestler' Lite.
     
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    Just finished watching 'Neds', absolutely brilliant. If you love those Brit cult films, this one's a definite must see.
     
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    Sicarius Reggie J Worthington

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    Waltz With Bashir was the animated one, right? If so I really enjoyed it, it was a thinker.
    Men Who Stare at Goats, The Assassination of Jesse James, Burn after Reading, No Country for Old Men and Up in the Air were great, I really liked Up in the Air and Men Who Stare at Goats.

    I watched True Grit recently, and Kagemusha, and No Strings Attached, don't laugh but I thought it was funny :/

    Kage surpassed Seven Samurai as my favorite Kurosawa film. But I've yet to see Rashomon or Yojimbo, I desperately need to see them, though.
     
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    The animated documentary, yep. :yesway:

    I loved Rashomon and Yojimbo - though I've loved all of Kurosawa's films. I still need to see Kagemusha, though.
     
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    13 Assassins... holy fuck what a great movie... end
     
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    Make There Will Be Blood you next movie to watch... you wont regret it...
     
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    Watching Men Who Stare At Goats now, so far so good...

    Can't wait to see True Grit!
     
  19. Sicarius

    Sicarius Reggie J Worthington

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    It's really good, I know where to buy them, but I can't find them to rent.
    You like the running star wars thing? I found it to be hilarious, though I don't know if it was intentional or not with the casting.
     
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    Somewhat lost on me I think dude... didn't hold my attention much unfortunately.
     

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