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Originally Posted by metalsonata View Post

The Misty Mountain song was admittedly cool. I was disappointed when it didn't go on for any longer than it did in the film's trailer. Not sure that the dishes song was necessary though.... I mean, I know that it's sort of a classic moment from the books, but film is a different medium entirely. What works well in one doesn't necessarily work well in the other--hence why Tom Bombadil was cut out of The Fellowship of the Ring. And why Radagast should have stayed out of The Hobbit, lol.

Yeah. If there was more than the one verse for Misty Mountains' I'd be playing that on repeat for a week.

I think I liked it a but more than I should have simply because Dwarves are the best.
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Django Unchanged

Rating 9.5 Amazing Movie and Must See

post #12393 of 16096
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Originally Posted by metalsonata View Post

The Misty Mountain song was admittedly cool. I was disappointed when it didn't go on for any longer than it did in the film's trailer. Not sure that the dishes song was necessary though.... I mean, I know that it's sort of a classic moment from the books, but film is a different medium entirely. What works well in one doesn't necessarily work well in the other--hence why Tom Bombadil was cut out of The Fellowship of the Ring. And why Radagast should have stayed out of The Hobbit, lol.

Another person who was annoyed with that! I watched the trailer and was desperately hoping the full song would be in the film. Maybe it'll be on the soundtrack?

I enjoyed the film, even though some of the extras to the story were pushing it(too much Radagast, Azog was supposed to be dead...). Gollum looked much improved from LOTR though.

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Can't believe my wife sat through the whole thing (hobbit) and now she wants to watch LOTR.... But it is as good as I expected. The only thing that tarnished it for me was Bofur.... Played by James Nesbitt. Cant stand the man! haha. The chief Goblin played by Barry Humphries was my fave character. Martin Freeman played the only character he knows how to play, and of course it worked perfectly for Baggins. Overall a very well thought out cast. (apart from Nesbitt grrr)


Edited by LugBug1 - 1/16/13 at 11:40pm
post #12395 of 16096
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Originally Posted by Daxter86 View Post

Django Unchanged

Rating 9.5 Amazing Movie and Must See

How violent is it?

post #12396 of 16096
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Originally Posted by mrgimlet View Post

Django Unchanged
How violent is it?

Not rated NC-17,take it from there.
Over the top violence in Tarantino style but it's mostly the subject matter that is uncomfortable.
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R — Restricted. Children Under 17 Require Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian. An R-rated motion picture, in the view of the Rating Board, contains some adult material. An R-rated motion picture may include adult themes, adult activity, hard language, intense or persistent violence, sexually-oriented nudity, drug abuse or other elements, so that parents are counseled to take this rating very seriously. Children under 17 are not allowed to attend R-rated motion pictures unaccompanied by a parent or adult guardian. Parents are strongly urged to find out more about R-rated motion pictures in determining their suitability for their children. Generally, it is not appropriate for parents to bring their young children with them to R-rated motion pictures.

NC-17 — No One 17 and Under Admitted. An NC-17 rated motion picture is one that, in the view of the Rating Board, most parents would consider patently too adult for their children 17 and under. No children will be admitted. NC-17 does not mean "obscene" or "pornographic" in the common or legal meaning of those words, and should not be construed as a negative judgment in any sense. The rating simply signals that the content is appropriate only for an adult audience. An NC-17 rating can be based on violence, sex, aberrational behavior, drug abuse or any other element that most parents would consider too strong and therefore off-limits for viewing by their children.

Edited by 5aces - 1/16/13 at 9:19pm
post #12397 of 16096

It's a blood bath, but by and large it's of the over-the-top, laughable variety. There are a couple of scenes that are pretty shocking and uncomfortable to watch, but Tarantino wisely doesn't linger on them for too long.

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How violent is it?

post #12398 of 16096
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Originally Posted by Daxter86 View Post

Django Unchanged

Rating 9.5 Amazing Movie and Must See

 

ill give it a 10

best movie i've seen a long time.

deserves to win best movie even though it wont. 

post #12399 of 16096
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Originally Posted by metalsonata View Post

It's a blood bath, but by and large it's of the over-the-top, laughable variety. There are a couple of scenes that are pretty shocking and uncomfortable to watch, but Tarantino wisely doesn't linger on them for too long.

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How violent is it?

Compared to Dredd it's like a Disney flick.
post #12400 of 16096

 

Just a well chosen and talented cast. Cool mid-century sets too.

 

8/10

post #12401 of 16096

 

 

5 out of 10

 

It's not even a comedy, but the Black Chick getting excited about fried chicken at the start of the film was hilarious.eek.gif

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5 out of 10

 

It's not even a comedy, but the Black Chick getting excited about fried chicken at the start of the film was hilarious.eek.gif

Rihanna but she wasn´t in the beginning of the film? I don´t remember that part at all :)

 

 

post #12403 of 16096
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5 out of 10

 

It's not even a comedy, but the Black Chick getting excited about fried chicken at the start of the film was hilarious.eek.gif

This movie is what a SyFy Original would be with a big special effects budget......lol.

post #12404 of 16096
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Originally Posted by oqvist View Post

 

Rhianna but she wasn´t in the beginning of the film? I don´t remember that part at all :)

 

 

 

 

Oh, that's Rihanna, didn't recognize her with so many cloths on. She actually gets excited and offers up the suggestion that they go get Kentucky Fried Chicken. Clearly a paid for marketing campaign. I was next waiting for her to ask for some watermelon.eek.gif

 

 

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Get up princess! Come on!"
"Typical"
"Shut up. Shut up."
"Oh, this gon' be sweet. He hates the man."
"You go mess with him and see what happens!"
"Chicken!"
"Kentucky Fried Chicken!"
"You look like Colonel Sanders, actually."
"Yo Saunders, ever been in a department run by some kind of Donald Trump/Mike Tyson mutant combo?"

Edited by Redcarmoose - 1/17/13 at 5:26pm
post #12405 of 16096

^^ I think this movie was made to boost the sales of Hasbro, basically a 2 hour marketing campaign that people paid to see. Nothing more.

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