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post #76 of 456
Romeo Must Die. Aaliyah was super hot!
post #77 of 456
did anyone see Whale Rider? i saw the last 45 minutes of it and could only imagine how the whole movie is! what a great spiritual movie with a wonderful plot and a great message. go see it if you haven't. although it is hard to find because it is being played in very few select theaters. go to this website for a closer look.
http://www.whaleriderthemovie.co.nz/
post #78 of 456
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Originally posted by zeplin
did anyone see Whale Rider? i saw the last 45 minutes of it and could only imagine how the whole movie is! what a great spiritual movie with a wonderful plot and a great message. go see it if you haven't. although it is hard to find because it is being played in very few select theaters. go to this website for a closer look.
http://www.whaleriderthemovie.co.nz/

I've heard the movie was very good, but I just have to ask, how, and WHY would you only ever see just the last 45 minutes of a film you havent previously seen?



JC
post #79 of 456
i'm guessing cable
post #80 of 456

Also had Rashomon... but I didn't have time to watch it!


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That's what I'm talking about.
post #81 of 456
Thread Starter 
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Originally posted by archosman
Also had Rashomon... but I didn't have time to watch it!
One of my favorite Kurosawa films. BTW, your pcdp was shipped that next day. Watch it with the comentary later if you get a chance.

post #82 of 456
oh, i walked into the theater while waiting for another movie, which was going to start in 1 1/2hrs. had to find something to do. i plan on going to see the rest
post #83 of 456
Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines
In China They Eat Dogs 1
In China They Eat Dogs 2

All three on Saturday, first and last in the cinema. And then I went to Belgrade Beer Festival in the evening, so alcohol washed out most of impressions. I believe I was not dissapointed with T3 at all.
post #84 of 456
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Originally posted by zeplin
oh, i walked into the theater while waiting for another movie, which was going to start in 1 1/2hrs. had to find something to do. i plan on going to see the rest
Thank you. My faith in mankind, or at least Head-Fi kind is restored!


JC
post #85 of 456
Just finished "Fellowship of the Ring" extended edition to prepare fore "Two Towers" gonna pick up this mormimg.
post #86 of 456
Thread Starter 
Double Suicide (1969). B&W Criterion Japanese period film. Very intriguing the way the story is told and "set up" before your eyes. If you are familiar with Japanese puppet shows you'll recognize what is going on, but this knowledge is not required to enjoy the movie. Link is full of spoilers. You'd expect some extras being a Criterion disk but there's very little. There may have been a trailer and a color test pattern, that's about it.

edit sp
post #87 of 456
2001: A Space Odyssey (recently got it on DVD as a birthday present).

I just can't believe it when people find this movie "boring." Slow and contemplative it is, visually poetic, philosophically deep and nuanced, stunningly ambitious, even musically enjoyable. "Boring?" It's one of the all-time great films, in my opinion.

BTW, I enjoy the lighter stuff as much as anything else... my favorite genre is probably sci-fi, but I like almost all of it. Scorsese-style gangster flicks rule...
post #88 of 456

Gods and Generals

I just watched the first hour and could not stand any more...back in the Film Caddy return envelope.

Gorgeous credit sequence..The script sounded as if everybody was quoting scripture from a pulpit...or being lectured to by a orator who loves the sound of his voice. Contstantly. Like "My lines carry the most important message in this film...so you better listen" So I started to look at the set and design details instead (which are authentic and beautiful) then got so distracted I turned it off.
John

post #89 of 456

Re: Gods and Generals

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Originally posted by JMedeiros
I just watched the first hour and could not stand any more...back in the Film Caddy return envelope.


John,


I loved Gettysburg, which is unquestionably a great film but reacted to this the same way you did, one hour and back in its case to return to the video store. What a terrible disappointment.


JC
post #90 of 456
Ever seen ?


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Originally posted by fractus2
Double Suicide (1969). B&W Criterion Japanese period film. Very intriguing the way the story is told and "set up" before your eyes. If you are familiar with Japanese puppet shows you'll recognize what is going on, but this knowledge is not required to enjoy the movie. Link is full of spoilers. You'd expect some extras being a Criterion disk but there's very little. There may have been a trailer and a color test pattern, that's about it.

edit sp
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