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    Baloney!

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    So...when's the Wedding?

    And, most people can wander out of their comfort zone because they have an open mind. I think, if you are honest with yourself, you would admit...that ain't you lil sis. There isn't anything wrong with that. You have strong opinions. I wouldn't argue with you or try to get you to enjoy something you have a built in distaste for.

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    A man(or woman)'s got to know his(or her) limitations

    And if you can't trust Dirty Harry, well who can ya trust?

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    Just finished this...



    Was it perfect? No. Started strong and turned into a surreal portrait of what it's like to be betrayed. Wouldn't have been a problem if it hadn't been so clumsily handled. Shame really, because this movie NEEDS to be seen for the performances. Strong across the board, Ian McShane as a high-rolling 'poof' and John Hurt as a very cranky old man with ridiculous dentures especially. And I will say it as an American...English people use English so much better than we do. This movie's dialogue is variations of f*** and c***(the male form) with various words thrown in to add flavor...and it's poetry. The ending and ambiguity of a certain important detail were kind of a drag too. Solid rental worth seeing for the language and performances alone.

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    If you edited all the emo romance crap out of this movie, it would be so much better. I just wade through it because I love the planes.

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    Just got done with this...based on Robert E. Howard's 'other' character...man lives life of sin, finds out his soul is damned, and gives up violence to atone for his sins...not-so-fast...
    It's a decent flick, James Purefoy(Rome) in the part that Hugh Jackman wishes he had got, some nice swordplay action, and even a decent cgi boss-villain at the very end. This film is 2 or 3 years old and has no distribution stateside. Shame, because I have seen a lot worse. Kinda reminded me of a more sophisticated version of those old drive in classics like DeathStalker, etc.

    Also worth seeing for Pete Posthelwaite in one of his last appearances.

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    I didn't know that they made a Solomon Kane film!
    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    I didn't know that they made a Solomon Kane film!
    Well of course not...it's had no release in the U.S. My Uncle, the one who made me listen to Alice Cooper goes to Hell when I was 11, always told me how Solomon was the smart brother of Conan. Based on this flick i am gonna go Amazon up the books.

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    Saw this with Kq the other day. Not bad. A little heavy handed and obvious, but still, not bad. I like Adrien Brody...Forest Whitaker too. Clifton Collins Jr and Cam Gigandet are pretty good in it too. Worth a netflix.
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    Saw this last week. And even given that Green has made Hatchet 1+2...this is his best/truest HORROR film. This is a random event that could happen(it's deceptive how the gears mesh together). And you see real human reactions to a situation. Personally...too much for me. I can watch psycho chainsaw killers till the cows come home, but these REAL horror flicks freak me the hell out. Well done/acted all around.

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    Watched Haneke's The Piano Teacher last night.

    That movie makes Black Swan look like a very special episode of the Facts of Life, and I loved Black Swan.

    Same basic plot and story arc, just on a different level of understanding.
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