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post #151 of 456
Plan 9 From Outer space -

"The worst movie ever made!" There is no way to anticipate the absurdity of this film. One must see it to belive it! A cult classic.
post #152 of 456

Laurel Canyon

Just saw it last night...rewatching it now...Alessandro Nivola from Mansfield Park is in it along with a bunch of great actors including Frances McDormand, Christian Bale & Kate Beckinsale.

A great script with tons of sexual tension and erotically charged scenes.

And the fact that it takes place within the music recording industry is fun too...oh and Senns are featured prominantly.

John

post #153 of 456
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El Espinazo del Diablo

Amazing movie, it's now in my top ten favorite movies ever.

Thanks for this suggestion...watched it last night...very scary and beautiful.

John
post #154 of 456
Haven't really seen anything noteworthy lately (though I did get around to watching Wicked City... kinda disappointing), but I snagged some deals at Best Buy last weekend: Taxi Driver, Desperado, and The Breakfast Club. God damn, I love the Breakfast Club. I wish I had bought the "High School Reunion" three-pack.

Anyway, to add to the Guillermo del Toro discussion, HE IS DIRECTING "AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS" (an adaptation of the Lovecraft classic)! I can't WAIT. If it's anything like the story.... this will be a classic horror film.

- Chris
post #155 of 456
manhunter (directors cut)

better than silence of the lambs or any of the crappy sequels or remakes imho.
post #156 of 456
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Originally posted by fyrfytrhoges
manhunter (directors cut)

better than silence of the lambs or any of the crappy sequels or remakes imho.
You gotta love the finale with Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida.

John
post #157 of 456
awesome ending with a great villain, I love the way they use the cutting techniques when he breaks through the wall before he gets shot, great editing!
post #158 of 456

American Splendor



Man, I don't know if I should be happy or depressed after seeing this movie.

In any event...really, really, well done. Recommended.
post #159 of 456
I watch anywhere between 2-5 movies a week... But been out of town for 3 days.... dotn remember the last one i watched.

I do, however, remember the last movie that surprised me. Gangs of New York. Diaz was a "mis-cast" but the storyline was great.

Another good one is Ghost Town.. Never have i seen a movie which allows such amazingly effortless relation to the characters. Not the type of movie for everyone though.
post #160 of 456
Phone Booth. Not bad given shot in 9 days. I didn't like it because there were a lot of religious references that I saw, but I might be wrong on that.
post #161 of 456

The Shaft

about a killer elevator....don't even think about it.

post #162 of 456

Re: The Shaft

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Originally posted by JMedeiros
about a killer elevator....don't even think about it.

we'll know for the first time
if we're evil or divine
we're the last in line

\m/ //o\\ \m/
post #163 of 456

Re: The Shaft

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Originally posted by JMedeiros
about a killer elevator....don't even think about it.
well at least you know what you got when you watched it.. the shaft! (hahah, get it!?)


i watched old school on saturday, good ****. then yesterday i watched hard boiled again and damn what a fine bunch of carnage it is.

[edit]: i'm evil
post #164 of 456
Bulletproof Monk - decent. Not great, but certainly worth what I paid to see it ($0)

-dd3mon
post #165 of 456
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manhunter (directors cut)
That's a good one. Based on Thomas Harris' novel Red Dragon, the first with Will Graham and Hanibal Lector.
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