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    i watched blade runner in it's entirety for the first time...i remember watching bits and pieces of it when i was in elementary school. and i gotta say...storywise, not as good and i expected it to be. perhaps pretty advanced for the year it came out, but it seemed very wong kar wai-y to me with the funky lighting.

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    Just saw Iron Man on Saturday...awesome.

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    Just watched this german Silence of the Lambs/7EVEN ish flick...not bad, but boy did they drop the ball at the end. Coulda been a great punch-in-the-stomach ending. Maybe they'll get it right in the american remake...

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    I saw "The Defiant Ones" a 1958 film starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier. Very interesting movie for its time.

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    Excellent! I recommend it highly.


    I thought it was fun.


    it was cute, but didn't live up to the hype it received.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annapurna View Post

    Excellent! I recommend it highly.

    This just shipped today from my queue. We've seen WAY too much silliness lately, so really looking forward to it.

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    Let me know what you think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annapurna View Post
    Let me know what you think!

    I will indeed!

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    saw this last night with the greatest guy in the world. it was imaginative and cute. the best part was bouncing up and down in my seat to a song from The Cure. heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FyshFan View Post
    I saw "The Defiant Ones" a 1958 film starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier. Very interesting movie for its time.
    It's so much better than "Crash" as an examination of race it's not even funny.

    The screenwriters were blacklisted during the McCarthy era & had to write "The Defiant Ones" under alias'. If you remember the opening scene they're the two guys driving the truck. And in a weird twist of fate one of the writer's nephew is a famous Elia Kazan biographer, Jeff Young.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbff7PBDUP8"]Manda Bala[/ame]

    Last really good film I've seen, other than "Son of Rambow" which I liked a lot, is "Manda Bala" (Send A Bullet). It's documentary shot beautifully on super 16 anamorhpic by an Errol Morris disciple Jason Kohn. Kohn worked on "Fog of War" & "First Person" under Morris and carries his style forward extremely well. If you watched it on mute & no subtitles you'd think it was about ears, frogs & bullet proof glass. In reality it's about the industry of corruption & crime in Brazil from the street level all the way up to the government, how they affect each other and the industry that has sprout up in it's wake to counter the crime. Really well done


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