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I agree, 3 hours went by quick because the story was just so good, and the characters were so interesting. Still, Pulp Fiction remains my most favorite Tarantino flick. But after seeing Django a second time, I'd say it's a damn close second.

 

Samuel L. Jackson's character totally reminded me of Uncle Ruckus from the Boondocks cartoon lol. I'm willing to bet Tarantino has probably seen at least a couple of episodes of Boondocks...

 

My favorite exchange between Django and Jackson-

"I count six shots, n----"

"I count two guns, n----"

 

LOL. The way he talked at the end reminded me a lot of Dave Chappelle's Rick James impression.

 

post #12467 of 16035
Ah, good ol' Chappelle. What ever happened to that guy?

I'M RICK JAMES, BITCH!!

Sorry, couldn't resist.
post #12468 of 16035

Of Mice and Men. 5/5. Would you do what he did in the end?

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Watched Waiting For Superman last night and it both angered me and made me sad for our school system and our country. Thank you unions and tenure. <<<Sarcasm.

post #12470 of 16035

The Game - 9/10

 

Some parts were a bit too hard to believe, but that's OK.

 

I've seen this three times now. If you watch this, don't read up on it first.

It's best when you know nothing about it.

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The best documentary I have seen in recent memory. The most colorful movie I have ever seen. 10/10 The Stearns/ Fricke combo strikes again.

Filmed over five years in twenty-five countries, SAMSARA is a new, non-verbal documentary from filmmakers Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson, the creators of BARAKA. It is one of only a handful of films shot on 70mm in the past forty years.
Edited by Redcarmoose - 1/21/13 at 8:43am
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Killing Them Softly 8/10

 

A very gritty, gangster style flick. The acting is nice, everyone plays their parts well, especially Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini.

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Bernie (2012): 8/10

 

A wicked little black comedy (with elements of mockumentary and bona fide documentary thrown in for good measure) about a small town murderer, and the small town that rose up to defend him. Great lead performance by Jack Black, and the supporting actors are no slouches, either.

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Bernie (2012): 8/10

 

A wicked little black comedy (with elements of mockumentary and bona fide documentary thrown in for good measure) about a small town murderer, and the small town that rose up to defend him. Great lead performance by Jack Black, and the supporting actors are no slouches, either.


Agree on that, saw it a while back. I didn't know Jack Black could act that well, or maybe the role suited him.

post #12475 of 16035

Zenith: 9/10

 

I think most people will not like this movie, it's not exactly cohesive. Some character development lacked and the story itself is left open ended.

It definitely has the feel of Fight Club per dialogue which really carried the movie.

 

Overall this movie strikes me as being artistic leaving you to draw your own conclusions. The story itself is kind of original,

though it reminds me of the story Retreat Syndrome and 1984. A cerebral type of film that makes you think.

post #12476 of 16035
I thought Zenith was okay, nowhere near the level of Fight Club though. It was beautifully shot, and had an interesting nonlinear narrative but was hurt by its ambiguity.
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The Crow 1994      8/10   "Cohesively stylized from the start till the ending."

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Silver Linings Playbook 9/10

DeNiros best work in years. Great balance between serious and comedy.
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Cool 8/10

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Cosmopolis 2012

post #12480 of 16035

Had a chance to see Django, and even though it's probably only my fourth or fifth favorite QT film, it was certainly worthy of being among his top offerings. I thought it was a fun ride overall and even given the lengthy running time it held my interest start to finish. 

 

Django Unchained - 8.6/10

 

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