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post #241 of 456
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Originally posted by fyrfytrhoges
the first in the indiana jones trilogy from the new box set, and just so everyone knows, the reflection of ford when he is confronted by the cobra is gone, thanks again george.
Would you mind explaining this? (Whatchoo talkin' 'bout Willis?) Or just a link?
post #242 of 456
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They showed Rosemary's Baby on the tube the other day. Man I love that movie. A classic horror film.
post #243 of 456
Originally when grumpy Ford falls down in the Well Of Souls a Cobra rears up. You can tell or I guess you used to be able to tell that there was a piece of glass between Ford & the snake.

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Would you mind explaining this? (Whatchoo talkin' 'bout Willis?) Or just a link?
post #244 of 456

Re: My Best Fiend

That last few minutes of him with the butterfly... fantastic!



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Great recommendation Archosman. If you are into the Herzog/Kinski team you'll appreciate this documentary on Klaus Kinski. So far I've seen Aguirre and I just got Nosferatu. I'll probably get some or all of the other three they did together. Maybe Fitzcarraldo next.
post #245 of 456

the finished people


This is a good one, The Finished People.

Really makes you think and questions life's priorities. headphones? amps?? These kids are living day by day with no roof, no food and hopelessness.
post #246 of 456

HULK

awesome in the theater....double-awesome at home. My favorite comic book genre film of all time.
Superbly directed, photographed and acted character driven sci-fi drama with a breathtaking CGI filled second half.

John

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Re: HULK

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Originally posted by JMedeiros
awesome in the theater....double-awesome at home. My favorite comic book genre film of all time.
Superbly directed, photographed and acted character driven sci-fi drama with a breathtaking CGI filled second half.

John
as a second opinion on this one, I thought it was... _really_ bad I got dragged to the cinema to watch it by a friend and I had my fears, knowing that the main character was completely cgi rendered and it just didnt work at all for me, I thought x-men was nice entertainment but this one was bad. (sorry John)
post #248 of 456

Re: Re: HULK

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Originally posted by Bonkura
as a second opinion on this one, I thought it was... _really_ bad I got dragged to the cinema to watch it by a friend and I had my fears, knowing that the main character was completely cgi rendered and it just didnt work at all for me, I thought x-men was nice entertainment but this one was bad. (sorry John)
Yup...people's opinions are pretty much divided right down the middle on this one.
John
post #249 of 456
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fractus2 said...

They showed Rosemary's Baby on the tube the other day. Man I love that movie. A classic horror film.
Classic is right. When I took a college class in horror films, one of the movies we watched was Rosemary's Baby. Can't put my finger on exactly what, but something about it made it seem so much more disturbing than most modern horror films.

Also, last movie I watched was, appropriately enough for the time, Nightmare Before Christmas.
post #250 of 456
Texas Chainsaw Masacre (The new one) it was a -really- good horror flick. No cheese at all. I highly recommend it! My girlfriend was so scared ;p
post #251 of 456
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The Hulk

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Originally posted by JMedeiros
Yup...people's opinions are pretty much divided right down the middle on this one.
John
I saw this one in the Philippines with some of my in-laws and wife and I was laughing most of the time, in a having fun sort of way. When he hammer threw that Abrams it was just hilarious. IIRC the movie was only 65 pesos/person ($1.15).

post #252 of 456
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Happy Halloween

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Originally posted by dhwilkin
[B]Classic is right. When I took a college class in horror films, one of the movies we watched was Rosemary's Baby. Can't put my finger on exactly what, but something about it made it seem so much more disturbing than most modern horror films.
I like the movie quote: "Pregnant women are supposed to gain, not lose weight."

post #253 of 456
Scarface for the 100th? time. I never seem to get tired of it.
post #254 of 456
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Tokyo Story

I've already seen this a couple of times but just got the Criterion edition. Very interesting commentary that makes this worth the price IMO. Have not watced disc 2 yet (2 hour documentary of Ozu Yasujiro) and a interview. They say this is one of the top ten movies of all time. I'd say it would be on my desert island DVD list.

post #255 of 456
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Originally posted by TrevorNetwork
Texas Chainsaw Masacre (The new one) it was a -really- good horror flick. No cheese at all. I highly recommend it! My girlfriend was so scared ;p
I coudn't sleep for days. The last picture they show is sooooo terrifying!!!!!
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