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    I posted this on the Horror thread but this movie deserves a little more notice.



    Wow. I still have to watch the dirty end of this. I honestly had to turn it off. It has all of the horrible earmarks of low budge, it resembles a student film, takes itself horrible serious, has questionable dialogue/acting/direction/composition...yet, if you have sat through enough ****...you recognize a great idea/voice when you see one. This film won me over. It ain't perfect, but man oh man is it topical and evil. If you can sit through bad filmaking(due to inexperience/budget) the payoff is worth it. This ain't for everyone. But if you fancy yourself an adventurous movie fan, YOU MUST SEE THIS.
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    Pretty solid serial killer flick, not a big fan of Costner but this movie was entertaining enough



    I've seen this movie a bunch of times, it never gets old. Not really a realistic depiction of war but I love Malick, he makes such beautiful and poetic films.

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    Saw "The Tree of Life" today. Oh boy/yikes! Does it have it's own thread yet?

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    I saw Hangover 2. So....many...(You'll see) I loved it more then the first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaingunsofdoom View Post
    Saw "The Tree of Life" today. Oh boy/yikes! Does it have it's own thread yet?
    It did...not anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaingunsofdoom View Post
    Saw "The Tree of Life" today. Oh boy/yikes! Does it have it's own thread yet?
    I saw this Monday and I really liked it. I thought it probably could have done without the birth of the Universe and dinosaur segment, but otherwise I thought it was a moving story with fantastic cinematography. Definitely not for everyone. My wife was bored for the most part.

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    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCmvhghjmsk&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube - ‪UK HEARTLESS TRAILER (HD) starring Jim Sturgess‬‏[/nomedia]



    Another one I thought deserved a better fate than to be relegated to the HORROR thread.

    Boy meets girl, boy makes deal with the scariest devil on film in a while to get the heartshaped birthmark off his face & body, boy wins girl, demon hooligans stalk the streets...then it gets weird. Ok...there are parts of this flick where you kind of have to squint and cover a few little faults...but when a movie with obvious budget limitations TRIES SO DAMNED HARD and gets great acting across the board, it's easier to forgive. This is so worth a look. Great story and a solid ending along with the acting more than make up for the snags in the journey. Highly Recommended.

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    Dead Alive was still awesome after all these years.
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    I think I just watched teh all time worst Linda Blair movie of all time...

    Roller Boogie

    It made The Exorcist Part II look like an Academy Award winner... Now I can understand WHY the RAZZIES gave her that lifetime achievement award...

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    Weekend watching:



    VERY bizarre documentary about reclusive woman and her mother who live in a big, dilapidated mansion in New York. Kind of fascinating, but at the same time, I don't think I needed to see an hour and a half of it. I didn't find them that compelling.



    Very Hitchcock-ian film about Siamese twins and murder. The ending was a little confusing, but I liked it quite a bit. In particular, there's a very surreal dream sequence in the last half of the film that I liked quite a bit.



    Still funny, still awesome. One of my favorite endings ever.


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