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post #14836 of 16287
2001: A space odyssey 9.3424752/10

1. Realistic
2. Epic
3. Thoughtful
4. Music
5. Special Effects
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I'm really glad to see The Hunt getting so many good review here. It's definitely on my radar now!

 

Speaking of, anyone here watch the first season of Hannibal? Mads Mikkelsen plays Dr. Hannibal Lecter and he does a wonderful job. I had never heard of that actor before watching Hannibal. Great series, by the way.

post #14838 of 16287
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Originally Posted by dxanex View Post
 

I'm really glad to see The Hunt getting so many good review here. It's definitely on my radar now!

 

Speaking of, anyone here watch the first season of Hannibal? Mads Mikkelsen plays Dr. Hannibal Lecter and he does a wonderful job. I had never heard of that actor before watching Hannibal. Great series, by the way.

To me that actor will always be "Le Chiffre"......

 

 

post #14839 of 16287
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Originally Posted by 2015071 View Post

2001: A space odyssey 9.3424752/10

1. Realistic
2. Epic
3. Thoughtful
4. Music
5. Special Effects

Is that someones telephone number after the 9. ?  Or is this an OCD thing?

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Is that someones telephone number after the 9. ?  Or is this an OCD thing?

 

Looks like the first number is the overall rating, after the decimal is specific rating for particular (unmentioned) aspects.

post #14841 of 16287

Down to Earth - 5

 

1994 film directed by portuguese filmmaker Pedro Costa.

It didn't appear to be as polished as it could be, but it was a very interesting display of the minimalistic cinematic language Pedro Costa will refine in his later works.

Although I didn't like this movie very much, I have to say it has it's legitimate interest and I'll keep my eyes open for more stuff from this unique filmmaker of my country.


Edited by kkl10 - 1/22/14 at 4:08pm
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Originally Posted by 2015071 View Post

2001: A space odyssey 9.3424752/10

1. Realistic
2. Epic
3. Thoughtful
4. Music
5. Special Effects


Reading the books now. All the stuff that was predicted to happen is listed now at the introduction to 2010 " Odyssey Two"

    

 


Edited by Redcarmoose - 1/22/14 at 9:43pm
post #14843 of 16287

 

My wife likes these movies so I had to watch.

 

4 out of 10. Nasty, Nasty:eek:

post #14844 of 16287

 

 

Was really good, even with the nudity ;) super ambiguous ending. 7/10

post #14845 of 16287
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Was really good, even with the nudity wink.gif  super ambiguous ending. 7/10
yeah the movie would be much better of you didn't have to pause it so many times. tongue.gif
post #14846 of 16287

Carrie: 3/10

Absolutely boring. What is it supposed to be? Thriller? Horror? Suspense? Cause I fail to get any suspense from it, neither was I scared.

 

 

Captain Phillips: 10/10

One word, flawless.

 

 

Premium Rush: 9/10

Absolutely entertaining with several comedies.

 

 

Prisoners: 6.5/10

A good suspense movie, but at times feel a bit boring.

 

 

Salmon Fishing In The Yemen: 8/10

Now this is one good unorthodox romance movie.

 

 

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: 8/10

I don't know how to describe this one, what I know is just I liked it very much.

post #14847 of 16287
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Was really good, even with the nudity ;) super ambiguous ending. 7/10

 

I really enjoyed this one, too...fantastic acting, compelling story, and wow, what a beautiful woman!

post #14848 of 16287
Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post
 

 

My wife likes these movies so I had to watch.

 

4 out of 10. Nasty, Nasty:eek:

 

Kinda enjoyed that movie for what it is, didn't expect much or anything new as far as jokes and gags being used in this type of movies.


Edited by warubozu - 1/23/14 at 11:00am
post #14849 of 16287
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Originally Posted by dxanex View Post
 

I'm really glad to see The Hunt getting so many good review here. It's definitely on my radar now!

 

Speaking of, anyone here watch the first season of Hannibal? Mads Mikkelsen plays Dr. Hannibal Lecter and he does a wonderful job. I had never heard of that actor before watching Hannibal. Great series, by the way.

He's also in Charlie Countryman, which was not too bad at all.

post #14850 of 16287

Psycho (1960) - 8.5 (revaluation)

 

Aesthetically it's the most attractive and fleshed out, it has the most contemporaneous style and I admire it's formal beauty and the more natural quality of the acting.

 


Rear Window (1954) - 8.5

 

Rear Window is the one that most literally places us in the voyeur position, this is a very present aspect in Hitchcock cinema.

It forces us to think about our relationship with the piece we're watching, smart stuff and the most thrilling of the 3 movies in my experience.


Vertigo (1958) - 9

 

To me Vertigo is the most fascinating and beautiful cinematic experience, I live this movie more than the other two.

When it ends I feel like I'm waking up from a dream where I experienced something big, beautiful and bittersweet.

 

 

3 movies from Hitchcock and all very different.

I liked them all, but Vertigo exerts more atraction on me because it moves me more.

I find it difficult to advance a definitive rating for the 3 movies, I can see fairly well what makes them great and beautiful works of cinema but the slightest flaws or awkwardness are highly distracting... I'm probably not being fair by penalising the ratings because of such, afterall these are movies from the 50/60's, a different and more naive mindset would be more appropriate to fully apprecciate these works... I might revise the rating in the near future...

I feel that Rear Window and Vertigo are a bit long... they have some superfluos scenes that could use a bit of cutting here and there... this is pretty much my only complain...

Soundtracks of Psycho and Vertigo are TO DIE FOR and they're so effective!, Bernard Herrmann was a crucial colaboration that cemented Hitchcock success without a doubt.
I still have to see North by Northwest and some others, but I can say right away that I have become a big admirer of Hitchcock cinema, great artist!
 


Edited by kkl10 - 1/23/14 at 2:03pm
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