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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-24 05:12:51 Reply

So has anyone watched the movie "The Power of one" I haven't but I've read the book and want to know whether the movie is at all good, I know the book has a very abrupt ending though.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-24 20:55:54 Reply

I saw The Terminator for the first time ever last night. How I've gone this long without seeing it when I grew up with T2 is beyond me.

And Brazil is on iplayer so that should be sweet :).


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-24 21:02:56 Reply

At 5/24/10 08:55 PM, Nev wrote: I saw The Terminator for the first time ever last night. How I've gone this long without seeing it when I grew up with T2 is beyond me.

I've seen both movies so many times since I was a kid.

And Brazil is on iplayer so that should be sweet :).

That's a really good movie, as long as you have an open mind. It's pretty different. Terry Gilliam has made a lot of great movies. Time Bandits, the Adventures of Baron Munchausen, 12 Monkeys, the Monty Python movies. Well, I didn't like the Meaning of Life.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 01:34:26 Reply

At 5/24/10 08:55 PM, Nev wrote: I saw The Terminator for the first time ever last night. How I've gone this long without seeing it when I grew up with T2 is beyond me.

Really? That movie is on TV like... at least a couple of times every year here.

Anyway I saw Pirates of the Caribbean 1 last night. The one where the story still makes some sense. Very enjoyable movie altogether, although it's mostly Johnny Depp who's stealing the show.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 09:06:49 Reply

Finally watched Withnail and I all the way through for the first time the other day. I'd always see it advertised on TV and mean to watch it but get distraced somehow and miss the start, and what is the point in watching a movie if you have missed the start.

The film is brilliant, there are no other words. It is also a cult classic so I'm guessing that most of the members of this club would have seen it. If you havn't the basic story is based on the directors (Bruce Robinson) experiences as a struggling actor. The film starts in Camden in 1969, the two main characters, literally called "Withnail" and "I" are living in a run down flat and spend most of their time drinking, taking drugs and looking for acting work.

Richard E. Grant plays the alcoholic, lazy and scheming Withnail with Paul McGann as his flat-mate I. The best part of the film in my opinion was Richard E. Grant's portal of Withnail and Richard Griffiths role as his perverted uncle "Monty".

This dark comedy deserves every bit of its cult status. If you havn't seen Withnail and I you simply need to. Go to a DVD rental or whatever right NOW! Why are you still reading this, go. Seriously, its that good.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 11:47:31 Reply

Watched Mean Streets recently and was horribly disappointed. Having loved everything I'd seen from Scorsese up until that point, it was a real let down. There were a couple of good scenes, but overall I felt it lacked a lot of what made his other films great. Maybe it was the short running time, or maybe just the fact that it was one of his earliest films.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 12:00:52 Reply

Yeah, Mean Streets was meh.

rented Waltz With Bashir. still haven't watched the Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. got a bunch of movies on the DVR that I ought to watch, as well.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 15:17:21 Reply

At 5/25/10 09:06 AM, Decky1991 wrote: This dark comedy deserves every bit of its cult status. If you havn't seen Withnail and I you simply need to. Go to a DVD rental or whatever right NOW! Why are you still reading this, go. Seriously, its that good.

I don't think I've heard of it, but it's on the Criterion Collection label and that alone means something. I could always go for some black comedy, too, so I added it to my ZipList. Thanks for the recommendation. I'm gonna be getting GoodFellas on Blu-ray from that site, which I've never seen.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 16:02:57 Reply

At 5/25/10 03:17 PM, EclecticEnnui wrote:

I'm gonna be getting GoodFellas on Blu-ray from that site, which I've never seen.
GoodFellas is a great movie. Its worse then The Godfather and Casino but its still a brilliant movie. You can't lose with a Martin Scorsese film.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-25 16:08:49 Reply

At 5/25/10 03:17 PM, EclecticEnnui wrote: I'm gonna be getting GoodFellas on Blu-ray from that site, which I've never seen.

GoodFellas is a great movie. Its worse then The Godfather and Casino but its still a brilliant movie. You can't lose with a Martin Scorsese film.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-28 02:28:25 Reply

I saw The Blind Side. It's a football and character drama that's somewhat cliched and faulty, but it's definitely watchable. I don't have any real problems with the acting; it's the story and dialogue that doesn't necessarily feel realistic. The latter occasionally sounds forced and made to be perfect, but real life isn't perfect. I predicted how some scenes would end up and a few coincidences bothered me, like at the beginning when characters happen to come across each other. I'm fine with one coincidence, but when I see it over and over, it's like it was lazily done just to drive the story.

There are pluses, though. As you know, Sandra Bullock won the Oscar for Best Actress and she's good as playing a caring and sharp-witted mother who takes a homeless teenage boy to live with her family. The script is also humourous sometimes and I did laugh. Actually, I think all the acting is what I liked best about the film. Aside from the technical production values, the rest is a mixed bag. I was still able to engage with the characters, but not as much as wanting to see the film again. So, it's just slightly above average.

Btw, am I the only one in this club who notices and has problems with coincidences in, speaking of football, any given film?

At 5/25/10 04:08 PM, Decky1991 wrote: GoodFellas is a great movie. Its worse then The Godfather and Casino but its still a brilliant movie. You can't lose with a Martin Scorsese film.

One can argue that not all his films are masterpieces or good, like Bringing Out the Dead, which I also haven't seen.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-29 05:03:07 Reply

I watched Grave of the Fireflies yesterday.

It's a very emotional film and it was interesting to see a true story portrayed as an animation movie. Made it very different from other animation movies. Anyway, personally I really liked it and I can recommend it to anyone.

Overall 9 out of 10.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-29 15:43:55 Reply

And today I went to the cinemas to see 'De Gelukkige Huisvrouw'. A Dutch movie of which the English title would probably be 'The Happy Housewife'.

It's about a married housewife who's husband wants to have a baby with her. She doesn't want one, but she agrees to have one if they would have sex every day until the baby is born. The delivery of the baby goes with a lot of complications though and she finds that she doesn't care for the baby at all. This has a large psychological effect on her and when she tries to get rid of the baby and gets caught she is brought to a madhouse.

I gotta say that the acting was well done. The main actress is Carice van Houten, you guys might have heard about her before (Black Book, Valkyrie), but even the less known actors do a good job. For the rest I gotta admit that it's mostly a movie for woman though, which is quite logical because it's based on a book in the 'chicklit' genre.

Anyway all in all it is an alright movie in my opinion. You guys might hear from it in the future, if it wins any awards (which it probably will).


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-29 16:49:11 Reply

At 5/29/10 05:03 AM, Auz wrote: I watched Grave of the Fireflies yesterday.

It's a very emotional film and it was interesting to see a true story portrayed as an animation movie. Made it very different from other animation movies. Anyway, personally I really liked it and I can recommend it to anyone.

Overall 9 out of 10.

One of my favourite films. I have to admit the ending makes me cry every time I watch it.

Speaking of sadness, Dennis Hopper unfortunately passed away today. Although I liked him in Easy Rider and Speed, the best role I've seen him as is the darkly funny psychopath Frank Booth in Blue Velvet. I don't generally follow celebrity news, so I had no idea Hopper had prostate cancer. Well, RIP.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-30 02:19:58 Reply

Saw GoodFellas and it's sublime. I really got nothing new to add. Absolutely no problems with the acting or anything. I was drawn into the story and the characters right from the start and the film is like taking a journey with them and their ambitions, problems, and overall lifestyle. The film isn't perfect (no film is), but I can see how it's considered to be one for the ages.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-30 19:40:31 Reply

I watched a movie called Ink the other night. It was pretty interesting. pretty unique. good movie.

At 5/29/10 05:03 AM, Auz wrote: I watched Grave of the Fireflies yesterday.

fucking sad movie

At 5/29/10 04:49 PM, EclecticEnnui wrote: Speaking of sadness, Dennis Hopper unfortunately passed away today.

They're all dying. All the famous people are being taken out, I tells ya.

At 5/29/10 04:49 PM, EclecticEnnui wrote: the best role I've seen him as is the darkly funny psychopath Frank Booth in Blue Velvet. I don't generally follow celebrity news, so I had no idea Hopper had prostate cancer. Well, RIP.

That was a strange movie. I liked it.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-05-30 19:58:39 Reply

At 5/30/10 07:40 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: I watched a movie called Ink the other night. It was pretty interesting. pretty unique. good movie.

I actually heard about that film around the time of its home video distribution, last year. According to IMDb, its popularity shot up big time since. I definitely wanna see it, now.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 16:06:28 Reply

Watched Death Line a.k.a. Raw Meat.

Overall the film was rather great, Donald Pleasence was awesome, the music was great, some nice visual images and it was enjoyable throughout. Also, it made me jump in one scene..which doesn't happen often.

7/10


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 17:07:52 Reply

Hi guys

So anyway yeah I'm going to be watching a movie every day for the next month and I want your opinions.

My list is here
http://pastebin.com/u2khnNAL

Anything you think I shouldn't bother with, any films I should watch straight away, any films that should be on there that aren't, etc?

Bear in mind it's not an exhaustive list, the watched films I've seen since easter, and some of the unwatched/downloading films i've seen before but a while back (ie: over a year ago or something) (i've marked them with two stars)... but if they're on that list I wouldn't mind watching them, but obviously i'll give priority to unwatched stuff. All my friends have been telling me to watch Blade Runner and Silence of the Lambs so I'm going to watch them pretty sharpish, anything else?

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 17:21:43 Reply

Some things I'd add:

12 Angry Men
Ong Bak
Lord of the Rings
Star War (though surely you've seen them, so maybe thats why they're not on?)
Being John Malkovich
The Wrestler
Schlinders List
In Bruges
Bourne Trilogy


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 17:34:31 Reply

Watched recently:

Bride of Re-Animator -
More of the same, but lacking some of the flare of the original. In very ways it mirrors the character of West himself, who by this point is bored with simple reanimating bodies and is making grotesque monstrosities from various mismatched body parts, just for fun, in that all the best ideas have been used up in the first film, so they're left to just, like, give the headless main villain batwings on the side of his face so he can fly around taunting Herbert.

7/10.

The Mummy (1932) -
Holds up well today, although "The Mummy" might be a bit of a misnomer, as he'd bandage free and is just some creepy magic guy after literally a minute or so. Karloff's performance as Imhotep is the high point. Still, it is dated, with an insanely deus ex machina ending.

7/10.

Land of the Dead -
A rewatch, having seen it in the cinema originally. I liked it. It's a hell of a lot better than Survival or Diary, but doesn't come close to Night, Dawn or Day. Still a perfectly watchable zombie film.

7/10.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 17:46:42 Reply

At 6/1/10 05:07 PM, BananaBreadMuffin wrote: My list is here
http://pastebin.com/u2khnNAL

Anything you think I shouldn't bother with, any films I should watch straight away, any films that should be on there that aren't, etc?

Well I could give a short, personal opinion on the movies I've seen from that list.

Movies that I really loved and definitely recommend are: A Clockwork Orange, Pulp Fiction, Pan's Labyrinth, Kill Bill, Memento, Forrest Gump, Inglorious Basterds, Sin City and Grave of the Firelies.

Into The Wild and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind were very interesting too. Trainspotting and Snatch are nice if you want some quick entertainment. They're fast-paced ~90 minutes movies, so I would keep them for when you are in the mood for them.

I think Reservoir Dogs, City of God, American Beauty and Goodfellas were all pretty good.

Movies that I disliked or wasn't so impressed by: Fight Club, Children of Men and Up. Although you should probably watch Fight Club anyway.

The rest of the movies I have either not seen yet, or it was too long ago for me to remember anything from them.

As for the recommendations: I can recommend a Miyazaki film, which you might like if you liked Grave of the Fireflies. I would go for Spirited Away first and if you like that one Howl's Moving Castle. I don't know how much you are into Japanese animation though. If not at all, then maybe you shouldn't bother.

Some other random recommendations from the top of my head: The Big Lebowski, No Country For Old Men, Old Boy and Magnolia.

These are just my opinions though.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 18:25:30 Reply

Oh yeah, and Fargo.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 20:14:32 Reply

At 6/1/10 05:21 PM, Nev wrote: Lord of the Rings
Being John Malkovich
Bourne Trilogy
Star War (though surely you've seen them, so maybe thats why they're not on?)

Yeah, I have seen a reasonable amount of films, and I have no real desire to re-watch Star Wars or LOTR or the Bourne trilogy this summer... I've seen them before and while they were great I just have no real desire to watch them again. The same with a lot of other stuff, my time is finite and I want to use this month to watch films that will have an impact on me.

12 Angry Men, Ong Bak, The Wrestler, Schlinders List, In Bruges,

neat-o

At 6/1/10 05:46 PM, Auz wrote: As for the recommendations: I can recommend a Miyazaki film, which you might like if you liked Grave of the Fireflies. I would go for Spirited Away first and if you like that one Howl's Moving Castle. I don't know how much you are into Japanese animation though. If not at all, then maybe you shouldn't bother.

I've watched nearly every other Miyazaki film, but I gave up on Grave of the Fireflies half-way through when I tried watching it last year as it was just too damned depressing, so that's why it's back on the list. I'm a big fan of his other work though, and I'm open to anime.

Some other random recommendations from the top of my head: The Big Lebowski, No Country For Old Men, Old Boy and Magnolia.

Old boy's on the list already, and I watched no country for old men not that long ago.

These are just my opinions though.

That's great, thanks guys :)


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-01 22:38:45 Reply

I watched Taken for the first time the other day. Such a good movie, I don't know why I waited so long to see it. But it felt really short.

8.5/10


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-02 01:47:02 Reply

At 6/1/10 05:07 PM, BananaBreadMuffin wrote: Hi guys

So anyway yeah I'm going to be watching a movie every day for the next month and I want your opinions.

My list is here
http://pastebin.com/u2khnNAL

Anything you think I shouldn't bother with, any films I should watch straight away, any films that should be on there that aren't, etc?

Out of all the films I've seen, Dances with Wolves is the only one that's just OK in my book. It's kinda predictable and dull. You should probably see it, anyway, because it's been highly praised and won several Oscars including Best Picture.

Film critic Christopher Null wrote a book on his profession called Five Stars! There's a list of films to watch at the back and I added them to my IMDb account since I've been using them as a guide. I once thought about being a professional film critic and even though I decided not to, the list is still useful for classics, genre and sub-genre defining films, box office successes and flops, and other oddities. Not every film listed is considered great or good, like Glitter, believe it or not. The reason is that the list is naturally geared towards potential critics and I guess people like me. (I wanna be a professional filmmaker.) So, aside from the films you've already seen and wanna see, you could use at least some other films from there.

I think you should have more documentaries, too, because, like Null wrote in his book, non-fiction can be just as interesting as fiction, even if it has been manipulated somehow. Here's three I previously wrote about:

Koyaanisqatsi - Has no dialogue and consists entirely of environmental footage, like cities and nature, accompanied by music of Philip Glass. It's like the 2001 of documentaries and it's beautiful to watch. One of my favourite films, in fact.

Cinemania - About a bunch of serious film buffs in New York City. These people watch a few films every single day and that's pretty much their lives. It's strange and kind of sad to watch, but fascinating, nevertheless.

Ryan - Like Waltz with Bashir, this is an animated documentary. It's an Oscar winning short film about the late Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, who worked for the National Film Board of Canada in the '60s and '70s and subsequently became a drug addict and a panhandler. He's very humanized in the film, which is what makes me care about him. The animation is first-rate as it creates a captivating surrealistic world of deteriorated and disfigured people.

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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-02 15:10:31 Reply

i was up late last week one night around 3 and caught a movie called dororo...it was pretty fucking awesome too, it was a live action anime type deal....you know insane fight scenes with crazy monsters and japanese tits....

the main characters dad 20 years ago before he was born made a deal with 48 demons that if he sacrificed his son to them, they would ensure that he ruled the world (feudal japan) well fast forward that 20 years and this guy is at a lil burlesque type show and straight attacks the lead dancer.....turns out hot busty asian chick is in fact a hideous spider like demon, they fight it out and thats when u learn that the dude has fake arms with swords in them...i wont spoil the rest...just rent it


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-02 16:31:41 Reply

Just gave No Country For Old Men another watch. Last time was about a year ago.

I still think it's really good. A good plot and great main characters in my opinion. Chigurh has got to be one of my favorite bad-guys ever. He's this ice-cold killer that shoots people with a silenced shotgun (how awesome is that? :p). I also like the 'good guy' Llewelyn. At least he's not frustratingly stupid, like so often in movies where a random guy gets involved in a drug deal or some other criminal activity. He kinda knows what he's doing and he's definitely not a coward.

For the rest the movie has a few weird and surprising plot-twists, but they only make things more interesting in my opinion.

Overall 9 out of 10.


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At 6/2/10 04:31 PM, Auz wrote: He's this ice-cold killer that shoots people with a silenced shotgun (how awesome is that? :p).

I thought he was using some kind of pressured gas thing?

I also like the 'good guy' Llewelyn. At least he's not frustratingly stupid, like so often in movies where a random guy gets involved in a drug deal or some other criminal activity. He kinda knows what he's doing and he's definitely not a coward.

He's ace. But he's also why I didn't like the film that much cause of what happens to him.


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Response to Cinema Club 2010-06-02 18:23:23 Reply

I watched the Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. I liked it until the end. didn't care for the way it ended.

gonna watch Waltz With Bashir later.

At 6/1/10 05:07 PM, BananaBreadMuffin wrote: Hi guys

Dark City
Videodrome
Fantastic Planet
Wizards
Altered States
Time Bandits
the Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Brazil
the City of Lost Children
Tekkon Kinkreet

At 6/2/10 03:10 PM, ghostxero wrote: i was up late last week one night around 3 and caught a movie called dororo...it was pretty fucking awesome too, it was a live action anime type deal....you know insane fight scenes with crazy monsters and japanese tits....

tits? I don't remember any tits. I didn't like that movie. the game was cool. It's called Blood Will Tell. They're both based on a manga.

At 6/2/10 05:51 PM, Nev wrote:
At 6/2/10 04:31 PM, Auz wrote: He's this ice-cold killer that shoots people with a silenced shotgun (how awesome is that? :p).
I thought he was using some kind of pressured gas thing?

He uses that, too. It uses air pressure to punch a metal stud into cow's heads. The stud goes back in. But he also uses a silenced shotgun.

That's one of my favorite movies right there.


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