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    Rush Hour 3 wasn't as bad as I was hoping it to be... Being a Jackie Chan fan...I don't think he has that much more in the tank...and felt that he was running on fumes with this one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Ludwig View Post
    Rush Hour 3 wasn't as bad as I was hoping it to be... Being a Jackie Chan fan...I don't think he has that much more in the tank...and felt that he was running on fumes with this one...
    I'm a HUGE fan of Jackie, and I will actually admit to enjoying the first two movies in the series, but this one was just ****ing lame. Unfunny, lame action sequences and... just... bad. The ONLY thing I liked about it AT ALL was Hiroyuki Sanada's performance as the bad guy. That dude is just badass and awesome.

    The rest of it sucked ass.

    Maybe because CBGB wasn't involved?


    I saw this last night:



    and it was ****ING AWESOME.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    I'm a HUGE fan of Jackie, and I will actually admit to enjoying the first two movies in the series, but this one was just ****ing lame. Unfunny, lame action sequences and... just... bad. The ONLY thing I liked about it AT ALL was Hiroyuki Sanada's performance as the bad guy. That dude is just badass and awesome.

    The rest of it sucked ass.

    Maybe because CBGB wasn't involved?


    I saw this last night:



    and it was ****ING AWESOME.
    It still isn't in the bottom ten movies I've seen this year...but it could get a worst screen couple nod (with Chris Tucker and anyone sharing the screen with him)...

    I also loved the first two...and was thinking this could be overkill even before I saw it... Too bad I was right... This one I actually don't blame Jackie for...but the studio that put it out...

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    This year's Academy Award winner for best foreign film, deservedly so. Great political thriller about a surveillance expert for the East German Stasi who begins to grow a conscience in the waning days of Cold War.

    One of the best foreign films I've ever seen. In terms of German films, only "Das Boot" compares.

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    The Prestige

    Quite good, probably one of my all-time favorites.

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    Saw The King of Kong last thursday and thought it was just ****ing awesome!!!

    I think Billy Mitchell is my new hero!!

    Last edited by MadMax; August 27th, 2007 at 04:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irisher View Post


    This year's Academy Award winner for best foreign film, deservedly so. Great political thriller about a surveillance expert for the East German Stasi who begins to grow a conscience in the waning days of Cold War.

    One of the best foreign films I've ever seen. In terms of German films, only "Das Boot" compares.
    This was a great film. I don't know if I would put it in my top 3 for German Films- those would got to "Das Boot," "Metropolis" and "Downfall." "Run Lola Run" and "The Lives of Others" are tied for 4th. After that, maybe "Das Experiment."

    Yes, I've actually thought about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snape View Post
    This was a great film. I don't know if I would put it in my top 3 for German Films- those would got to "Das Boot," "Metropolis" and "Downfall." "Run Lola Run" and "The Lives of Others" are tied for 4th. After that, maybe "Das Experiment."

    Yes, I've actually thought about this.


    no love for Wim Wenders or Fassbinder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gescom View Post
    no love for Wim Wenders or Fassbinder?
    Oh, there is love there. Both are wonderful directors and writers, but I can't count any of their films in my top 5. I have to think about it some more and re-view some older German films, and come up with a top 10 list.

    </film geek>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snape View Post
    Oh, there is love there. Both are wonderful directors and writers, but I can't count any of their films in my top 5. I have to think about it some more and re-view some older German films, and come up with a top 10 list.

    </film geek>
    i didn't have the chub for Run Lola Run that most had. which is quite odd considering it's so techno.

    personally i'd have to rate Wings Of Desire ahead of at least that one... i also feel that Until The End Of The World was one of the 5 greatest Science Fiction films ever made.

    as far as Fassbinder is concerned, i honestly think that Berlin Alexanderplatz is probably the only thing that can give Dekalog a run for its money... and well, that's Kieslowski, who i think very few can touch.
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