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    I have never watched Cape Fear. Not the original or the remake!

    But I did see Heat in the theater.

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    Finally got around to watching Perfume. Dustin Hoffman was awful. Ben Whishaw was brilliantly creepy and bizarre. What a bizarre movie, actually. I totally loved it, it was beautifully shot, but what the **** with the story? Grenouille is scary as ****, yet somehow still endearing. I felt sorry for him. That's how good I thought Whishaw was. A creepy, creepy serial killer who I felt sorry for. WTF! Haha!
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    Heat is a freaking masterpiece and the best movie made since the last time Pacino and DeNiro were in a movie together (the one before Heat, not the one after it). The acting is fabulous, the set pieces are incredible, and the way the climax sets up and goes down is just perfection. Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat.

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    Ooops, misplaced post.

    But anyhoow, you should read the Perfume novel, K&T, it's really good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Ooops, misplaced post.

    But anyhoow, you should read the Perfume novel, K&T, it's really good!
    Thinking about it. MotherPuck recommended it. In fact, maybe I can borrow it from her...
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    Killer's Kiss - An early Stanley Kubrick movie I hadn't seen before. It was alright. Some nice noir-type cinematography, but beyond that nothing special.



    The Changeling - I was a bit disappointed with this. It had a couple really good creepy bits and a decent enough story, but I guess my expectations were too high. Not bad, but not great.



    Meek's Cutoff - **** this movie. Seriously. It's a very slow movie that seems to be building up to a conclusion that never comes. When the screen went black and the credits rolled, I couldn't believe it. There was no ****ing ending! I sat through almost two hours of watching covered wagons roll across desert (beautifully shot) for nothing. Other than some decent performances (especially by Bruce Greenwood, who I was happy to see step out of his normal type of role) and gorgeous landscape shots, this movie has NOTHING to offer unless you're a history teacher who wants your students to see what it was like for settlers back in olden times. That aspect of it seems genuine enough. But if you want a story, character development or any kind of interesting anything, look elsewhere.

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    Oh man...how could you not like the Changeling. It's a quiet little ghost story that's way effective. The ball on the stairs scene...c'mon...

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    Saw 'Secret Life of Timothy Green' yesterday. Pretty decent for a whimsical Disney adoption movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Oh man...how could you not like the Changeling. It's a quiet little ghost story that's way effective. The ball on the stairs scene...c'mon...
    It's not that I didn't like it, I just thought it was ok.

    It's possible that the environment I watched it in might have ruined it a bit for me (because IFC is not in HD and has commercials), but... the scene with the chair chasing the lady was just bad. I did really like the bit with the little girl having nightmares, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    It's not that I didn't like it, I just thought it was ok.

    It's possible that the environment I watched it in might have ruined it a bit for me (because IFC is not in HD and has commercials), but... the scene with the chair chasing the lady was just bad. I did really like the bit with the little girl having nightmares, though.
    Oh yeah. It's a quiet little builder that is lacking the spectacular SHOW ME that most movies have today. Commercials KILL that.

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