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Talk about GOOD MOVIES

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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 27 Sep 2010, 11:18

Max Power wrote:Thanks wowie,

I bought Mulholland Drive Recently and I had a huge fight over it with my GF. Especially the lesbian scenes bothered her and the fact that the movie would just be difficult for the sake of being difficult.
Nevertheless I enjoyed it very much :-D
Sorry for the drama(rama), whenever I'll see it again I'll try to watch it with you instead :-D


:D
what exactly do you mean with "bothered"?
well, i just can guarantee you that this drama is not unusual.
Specially women have their problem with this movie - maybe because its a male director.
I think this film has a story, a very psychologic story. Extremely surreal.
there is not much hi-def surreal art in cinema.
And this movie is a masterpiece of surreal art!!
And suspense, oh my god, this movie is pure suspense!!
So first of all, the production of this movie and also the themes and the art of interpretation has a lot of CLASS!!
This class is not easy to see, specially if you dont know that much about movies.

DONT MISS THE "MAKING OF" on the dvd, its awesome!!
Usually i dont look "making of's" but this one is shining bright ;)

loosely about the story:
I think its about a girl who is going to Hollywood to live her dream of being an actor and fulfill her deepest wishes.
The b-story is about the director, some kind of satire about Hollywood.
The c-story is loose art.
So every scene has a unique meaning and must not contribute to A or B. But all can share some things.
The storytelling technic is revolutionary, and the ingredients who were mixed there and who tell about the nightmares if your dreams are not fulfilled and the increase of your yearning, fear and anger.
For some, the dreams are the only world to escape the nightmare reality.
And when your dreams also turn into nightmares, its like death, suicide.
This movie is full of psychological and sociological symbols and anlaogys. Extremely clever!
The acting is some of the best i ever saw!!
There are amazingly absurd and funny scenes in there!!
The atmosphere as i said is extremely suspense, mystery neo-noir crime like.
The shooting and screenplay is so hi-class and at the same time disturbing.
The music is just magnificent.
i guess there are some more things which i like pretty much ... :D

So this movie is a true journey, a journey into the psychologic/sociologic/cultural world of ourselfes.
It helps to understand the human drives to produce certain roles and actings, pictures and thoughts!!
Its self-reflecting, experimental and at the same time coherent tale.
Some see it, LINK IT, others wont. Our perspectives and minds are often different.
(In relationships its always important to tolerate the differences and make it function, so dont argument with her that much ;) )

Very important for Lynchian art, or for many other things, you dont have to understand the whole, you even dont have to understand anything,
just look for some good things and maybe you can take it with you and implement it in the rest of your life.
Every single good step could be good for the whole.
Of course, there are always some people who see more in some things.
So the most important stuff is still to feel good. To have a nice time.
Revolution has his prize and we are not ready to pay all prizes ;)

Being different/alternative is sometimes the only way, and mostly a necessary thing, to make IT better!!!
Prog people knew about that ;)


just watched the (Stieg Larsson) Millenium trilogy
Pretty nice :D
8.5/10
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Then i saw DONT LOOK BACK
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Marceau/Bellucci are so .... yummy :D
fim was not that hillarious but nice idea. Production is fine. And the splitted/transformed faces are great to see over that long time period.
7.8/10

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After Hours
this is some kind of genius.
As many films use the same storytelling and absurd style today, this movie was ahead of its time i think.
8/10

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Solitary Man
Michael Douglas in a coming in age drama. It was rather nice to see him on screen again. Long time no see.
Im still a bit confused about this flick. The story/role is really not new but somehow it worked.
Some things are kind of predictable but the movie is fast and with lots of corners.
The end is even brilliant.
so ... hmmm
7.5/10

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Outlander
really watchable.
i wouldnt go under the 6.5. So i stay with a 6.8. :D Imdb is 6.9 i think.
Production is really good.
good for some light entertainment under friends.

keep exploring!
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 27 Nov 2010, 14:57

Thank you for your thoughts wowie :-)

I'll try to spread them into my world (very subtle ^^)

Man this top 100 movie list is still not working out for me, but I'll give you my number 1 at the moment:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy3c6zN4h18

I think nobody mentioned this movie already, it's drama is so real! Perhaps it could even convince people who dislike the genre. I'm so this Jules guy :D , the ressemblance of his story is almost frightening!
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 28 Nov 2010, 10:10

Oskar Werner is so good!!!
I like him very much :D

youve seen "The ship of fools"?

i saw a lot movies since my last post here.
And just a few days ago i saw an anime movie called "The Sky Crawlers" .... WOOOOOOOOWWWWW!!! Very good stuff!!!
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for adults.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDcpm1GVAiA
Amazing pictures and great great story!!

And then 2 movies with the same actor which are also pretty nice and very charming!!!
Sergi Lopez
i l ike him very much, hes a great actor. maybe the opposite of Oskar Werner. Where Werner is the inutitive good and shy guy,
Lopez is intuitive bad and sneaky.

The movies are:
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Dirty Pretty Things
About immigrants in the UK.
8/10

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Map of the sounds of tokio
About a female japanese killer who fells in love.
8/10
This movie is like you would eat emotions and atmospheres.

those are the movies where imdb isnt a help. if you know what im sayin.
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 08 Jan 2011, 12:51

Haven't seen it yet wowie, but I saw:

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I love you Phillip Morris
GOOOD :lol:
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 14 Jan 2011, 08:33

^^ i liked it too!
I saw "Eternal sunshine of a spotless mind" again also with Jim Carrey. So amazing!!! He and the movie!!! One of my fave movies!!!

some musical hints for all of you:
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Nokan
very good movie, great balance. Its about a cello player who is starting to work for a funeral service.

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Le concert
also a good movie, about an old orchestra who says its the actual bolschoi symphony and travels to paris to give a concert under their name.

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About the famous washington radio dj Petey Greene. Also very interesting!! Great soul music!!

enjoy!!
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 16 Apr 2011, 11:22

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Rec
Begins quite good, later sometimes a bit messy - a few clichés, sometimes a bit predictable, but always intense. I think Manuela Velasco really shines! 7/10

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8 1/2
Incredible from start to finish, a perfect 10/10!

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Repo Man
I've heard there are 2 versions of this movie, if you find the VHS you should be certain to have the right one (VHS rules) 9,2/10

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City Lights
Great! Great! A few doubtful scenes, but Virginia Cherril is marvelous! Too bad the millionaire hasn't got a real ending. 8,9/10

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The king's speech
The story has been kept pretty simple. For instance you see a few things about Lionel's life, but they aren't doing much with it. Overall a good movie, but not the immortal classic I was hoping for :) 8/10

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Singing in the rain
Some perfect moments here, at times a competition for the almighty 'my fair lady', just amazing! :D 9,2/10

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Scream 4
I think it's on the same level with the previous ones, so nothing special just a relaxing popcorn movie. The self-mockery is what makes this movie stand out in this usually mindless genre ^^. 7/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 18 Apr 2011, 07:32

^^ you mean the Law/Whitaker "Repo Man" ??


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Tucker n Dale vs Evil
Great splatter slapstick!!
7,7/10

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10 items or less
great great flick!! very charming! The ebst Freeman since a long time!!
8,3/10

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Les souvenir des belles choses (Claire)
also very charming and in the end very sad movie.
8,3/10

!!!DANGER: TRASH ALARM!!!
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Netherbeast Incorporated
absolute b-movie but extremely dry and absurd humor, and great b-actors!!
for the freak in you
7,3/10 (the comedy and plot logic gets a 9 :D )

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The Informers
Great great journey back into the 80s!
Loose story, just homage and style.
8,8/10

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Clue, the movie
very close in plot to "Murder by death" but OF COURSE not that good.
max 7

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De helaasheid der dingen
GREAT STUFF!!!
8,5/10

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Another Year
British cinema can be so good!!! Its more like theater and i love it!!
Another movie about humans.
8,5/10

som mor:
We want *** (nice little flick about the female class war in uk back then: 7,5)
Things we lost in the fire (nice shot but lame story: 7,4)
Blackbelt (history of Karate, nice realistic fights nice atmo: 7,3)
Powder Blue (hmmmm, a bit old bread but ok to watch: 7,4)
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 05 Jun 2011, 21:41

You know that feeling, when you just have been spending days of uselessness, and suddenly there's that spark. You feel exited like a fool and life is again one crazy and happy rollercoaster, it just happened to me while watching:

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Be kind Rewind 8/10

It's a solid movie, not something to sell all your furniture for to get your hands on it - it's a good movie, but damn! The idea behind it!

I want to do this stuff, make movies! make cheap-*** remakes, invent amateur story lines and let the whole neighborhood get involved!
Ideas are endless: The epic of Gilgamesh, Kaleidoscope, Space Invaders, 12 hungry men, Something's got to give, Back to the future 4, L'auberge Néerlandais...

Or what to think about The flower kings - a Rockumentary :D
Perhaps we can set up a meeting with the TFK fanbase all over the world!!
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 09 Jun 2011, 13:12

Gondry rules! :D

so here a little "documentary" i can recommend:
http://www.zeitgeistmovingforward.com/
its a big step forward from the other two. There are still some gaps but it develops pretty good.
At the end of the movie theres a great cover of the YES song "All good people/Your Move"!!!
... here it is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TMwg9Qzjdg

But watch the film!!!

some other very recommended, more distracting, ones:
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get low
Murray, Duvall and Spacek in a great little, but at the same time epic flick about an old man and his secret.
And where is Murray there is also a laugh.
8/10

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Rubber
Wonderful absurd!!!
A homage to no reason.
k.A.

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Agnosia
very tasteful and intelligent time travel.
7.5/10

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Freud (John Huston)
great movie about the early Freud years. Great development of the theory.
8/10

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Heaven (Tom Tyxkwer is back at his really good stage)
just genius!
8.5/10

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Drei (and another new Tykwer)
just amazing! best german cinema!
Menage a troi in modern times and much more!!
8.5/10

and some moore ive seen and which are pretty interesting:
NY i love you DONT MISS http://citiesoflove.com/
Leo & Edison
Love and other drugs
Cassandras Dream
The Hours
Central Station
Grbavica
La Tête en friche

AND I HAVE TO SAY IM VERY DISAPPOINTED ABOUT
TRUE GRIT
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 23 Jun 2011, 20:21

Toy Story 3 (7.0/10) and Citizen Kane (8.4/10) : both have lots of potential, but they are still overrated to me :roll:

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La grande illusion
Oh yes! Great! Very unusual for a warmovie! 9.0/10

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American Psycho
Fun ^^ 'Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece.' classy! 8-) :lol: 8.0/10

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The Beaver
a nice surprise, for a minute I had to think of 'american beauty' even. 8.0/10

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Fanny & Alexander
Gunn Wållgren, I love her character. I just love it! Everything is great about this movie, everything! 9,6/10

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Aguirre, the wrath of God
Simple, but very effective. Aguirre is just masterful! 9.2/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby projeKct » 24 Jun 2011, 02:15

Max Power wrote:'Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece.' classy! 8-) :lol:

Is this a quote from the American Psycho movie??
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 24 Jun 2011, 09:07

Is this a quote from the American Psycho movie??


Yes it is :D , He talks a little bit more about Genesis even. The music quotes are probably the no 1 reason to watch this movie :lol:
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 03 Mar 2012, 01:01

1)Les triplettes de belleville : GOOD :D 8,5/10
2)Hugo : very nice :D 9/10
3)The Help : really on the same level of Hugo so 9/10
4)Magnolia : saw it for the zillionth time and still had an amazing watch! :D 9,4/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 10 Mar 2012, 13:25

A bit low traffic for this thread recently, guess I'm going to take the lead :D

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This means war:
Some messy scenes, action moments are horribly filmed at times, but overall a fun watch. Everybody enjoyed the movie who saw it with me, that's a rare happening lately ^^ 8,1/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby NotSteven » 13 Mar 2012, 22:10

Max Power wrote:A bit low traffic for this thread recently --

I'd love to watch a good movie every now and then, but I never seem to have the time. I don't think I have been to a cinema more than a couple of times during the last five years and whenever I sit down to watch a DVD (or a film on the telly) I usually fall asleep after the first 20 minutes, only to wake up again some ten minutes before the closing credits. There were some quite nice film noir classics on TV recently which managed to keep me awake surprisingly well, but unfortunately I can't recall any of their titles right now.

(I wonder what happened to the book thread? I prefer books to films - not that I would wish to talk about them, but I wouldn't say no to recommendations...)
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 08 Apr 2012, 20:05

"I wonder what happened to the book thread? I prefer books to films - not that I would wish to talk about them, but I wouldn't say no to recommendations...)"
Working on that! :P




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Charming! :D 8,8/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 16 Apr 2012, 08:47

some hints:
Les femmes du 6ème étage !!
MI 4
The World's Fastest Indian
Temple Grandin
Le illusioniste
ALL FROM Miranda July !!!
The Guard !
The Dancer Upstairs !
Margin Call
Inside Job
The Help
The skin i live in
Haywire
Strawberry Statement
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 17 Apr 2012, 13:02

the help is amazing! Don't know any of the others :oops: :P
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 18 Apr 2012, 07:53

well, then enjoy!
All pretty new films, except Strawberry Statement, which is an old film about the revolutionary situation at the college with some great soundtrack by Neil Young and others.

Miranda July is ... amazing!!!
http://www.nowness.com/day/2011/7/26/15 ... the-future
http://www.theonion.com/articles/mirand ... exa,27104/

MI 4 is Mission Impossible Phantom Protocol
i was a bit surprised in a positive way.
A bit of subtle humor in there and a tight narration makes it pretty nice.
Which i missed in Ritchies Sherlock 2 - which is like some scenes were added but without atmospheric connection.

The Guard is a great little crime comedy!

Margin Call (Spacey, Moore, Irons) and Inside Job (Documentation) is about the Financial system.

Dancer upstairs is by John Malkovich and with Javier Badem (who is amazing in this pic).
Its about the "Sendero Luminoso" Terror organization.

L'illusioniste is a great little anime inspired and story by Jaques Tati.

Haywire is Soderberghs new action movie.
Pretty experimental camera and soundtrack work.
... its worth a view.

Temple Grandin is a bio-pic with Claire Danes about the same named woman
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_Grandin
Great pics (very dominated by (autistic) spatial awareness which is presented in an animated way) and psychological aspects.

The worlds fastest Indian is a bio-pic with Anthony Hopkins about the motorcycle lover
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burt_Munro
But if you want to watch the movie, dont read about him as it brings a lot more tension to the movie if you watch it without background!

The skin i live in is Almodovar and Banderas.
Some great pictures, great narration and working plot.

Les femmes du 6ème étage is a great french movie.
Just watch it!
As good as Mdm Michelle!

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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 20 May 2012, 23:54

I see I have a lot of work :D

Recently:
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How to get rid of the others
Nice, although strangely enough it would have been a better propaganda movie than a critical view on the subject. :roll: 8,3/10

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The Avengers
I still think you need to love the superhero thing, but it's not bad; a visual movie, but more clever than most in it's genre. 8,2/10

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Through a glass darkly
Superb! 9/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 02 Jun 2012, 14:49

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GOOOD 8,9/10


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X MEN FIRST CLASS
Again for a superhero movie: classy ^^ 8/10

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Men In Black 3
Woah! Didn't expect this! Certainly better than the other two! 8,8/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 04 Jun 2012, 08:25

Anonymous
This must be the place
Moonrise Kingdom
Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai
J. Edgar
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 16 Jun 2012, 19:20

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The Secret Garden
Inspirational, we could use more children's movies like this in our present time. Kate Maberly is amazing! 9/10

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Apocalypse Now Redux
Hmm, actually it's pretty strange to think the original was shorter; I think this version is fantasic! 9,5/10

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Lost in Translation
Super effective! :D Love the making of and deleted scenes! Dare ni mukatte mono itten dayo! :D Sofia Coppola is such a charismatic person! Argh I went nuts when My Bloody Valentine was playing in the movie (one of my favs!) 9,5/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 01 Nov 2012, 12:11

wowie wrote:Anonymous
This must be the place
Moonrise Kingdom
Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai
J. Edgar


Wowie how is that Moonrise Kingdom?

The not so GOOD this week :roll:

*Skyfall - Great villain, photography, locations... but as a movie it didn't click for me. Where's the Bond Girl (or is M meant to be the Bond Girl here? :D ), where's the humor, the excitement, the gadgets...? So yes overrated and a disappointment 7/10

*Paranormal Activity - BAD! 3/10

*Twin Peaks : Fire walk with me - the series were perfect for me (both seasons!). This movie could have been great, but the lack of artistic freedom turned it into a failure. I think the "lack" of freedom in season 2 actually became the season's strength, but in a movie there's too little room for creative solutions. 'Fire walk with me' has some good moments for the hardcore TP fan and it could have worked as a standalone movie, but still... not that special 7/10
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 21 Nov 2012, 15:15

MK is a stylistic masterpiece of Wes Anderson - it doesnt get better or more intense imho.
Its like a mix of Tennenbaums, Steve Zissou and Mr. Fox.
Highly recommended!!!

btw
the most epic movie about boyscouts!!!


A few days in september
Symbol
Et si on vivait tous ensemble?
Looper
Comme un chef
Neon Flesh
EVA
The Raven
Intruders
Twixt
Breathless
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 10 Jan 2013, 16:22

http://youtu.be/rb069J3GPz0

one of the best trailers ever made and modern dadaism!!!
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby progtastic mate » 14 Jan 2013, 16:22

Hotel Transyvania - really enjoyed this family film, far better than i expected
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 08 Feb 2013, 15:18

@ wowie : I understood you quite like a bond movie, any favourites? I'm checking most of them out this month, I'll try to make my personal best-of list then 8-)

Yesterday:

Django Unchained
This has so much potential, but it's damn flawed in the end. I love it when this movie becomes more tactical instead of just a vendetta-like experience. The last 10 minutes (like most movies I guess) were too predictable and boring. Still great cast and nice checkout. ;)
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby Max Power » 10 Feb 2013, 12:32

also :

The Hobbit

I know this movie is hated by critics and tolkien purists, but to my surprise I did enjoy this movie. Actually I'm in the advantage not having read the book so that should clear something out ;) Nevertheless I think the story of the hobbit (or what's left of it) is much more my thing than the story of Frodo etc, so mainly I thank this movie for adding The Hobbit to my 'to-read' list 8-)
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Re: Talk about GOOD MOVIES

Postby wowie » 23 May 2013, 17:10

r you still in the bond mood?

sadly, THE HOBBIT is not close to the technic of LotR. This made it a less entertaining thing.
The story is more then the book but it was okay to good, just the comedy and the behavior is quite predictable. well, this is entertainment and no cinephile thing.
but i became crazy if i see much more guys walking over hills ...

just watched the last days:
Hemmingway & Gellhorn
Sunset Limited
Land of Plenty

all quite interesting!

The new Tornatore and DOMESTIC movie should be fine, but i havent seen so far.

I also saw the great movie about Chet Baker "Lets get lost" which is very interesting!

And i saw the first season of LILYHAMMER which is very very good!!!


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