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Movie Review Thread
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Dredlox™
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Anyone see Eye in the Sky? It's Alan Rickman's last movie, it was really fascinating on several levels, from the technical to the moral dilemma

21:55 04-20-2016

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Dredlox™
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Wow, I just saw a really good movie. The Invitation.

The tension between what you feel is socially acceptable and what you feel inside was amazing, and the LA setting was perfect. Some really good twists in this one. It was playing as a limited release here.

03:56 04-16-2016

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Dredlox™
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Yeah Mud was great

22:52 04-08-2016

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 Phil78
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i hated anomalisa
mud was good one of the few of his movies i liked..i usually cant stand him

10:05 04-08-2016
Dredlox™
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Also saw Midnight Special, pretty weird. Mud was amazing, but despite the southern feel, i didn't think it was that great. I should do some reviews.

13:50 04-07-2016

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Dredlox™
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Saw Charlie Kaufman (awards for john malkovich and others) new movie Anomalisa. It was a good, if a little depressing. I always enjoy this theme, first brought to mainstream by American Beauty; middle aged guy, seemingly successful, is more like a victim of his own success.

13:50 04-07-2016

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 Phil78
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jango unchained comes after those 4..although true romance to me was a tony scott film ;] written by quentin.



02:29 03-15-2016
Dredlox™
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Deathproof i could not get into

23:31 03-09-2016

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Dredlox™
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It feels like total tarantino to me. It is top notch

23:31 03-09-2016

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 Phil78
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yeah, seems we do..lol i did not understand why people didnt like deathproof..i saw it opening night and it was an awesome double feature.. we had 2 old ladies in their late 70s sitting front row..we sat down theater was almost empty... and.. once the movie started the old ladies slowly collected all their stuff and left.. LOL so funny.. wrong room!

and true romance isnt really a "tarantino" film. he wrote it but im sure it would have turned out quite different had he directed it too!

08:33 03-09-2016
 HuntaWarya
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I liked Deathproof also, I just know that a looot of people didn't. I probably wouldn't put it ahead of True Romance, but still, I think it's underrated.

There's plenty that Phil and I don't agree on, but we seem to have very similar opinions, regarding the ranking of Tarantino films.

07:41 03-09-2016
 Phil78
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tony scott did have some really good movies

anyone excited for the jungle book? i think im more excited for it than i was for SW7.

and i hear they are making goonies 2......

i hope that turns out so much

07:24 03-09-2016
Dredlox™
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Don, I saw that video on FB, it was cool.

22:06 03-08-2016

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Dredlox™
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I saw True Romance at the theater about 6 months ago. Christian Slater drew cheers in the opening credits.

22:06 03-08-2016

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 Phil78
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pulp fiction
reservoir dogs
deathproof
true romance

his best 4 in that order for me

17:02 03-08-2016
 Phil78
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deathproof is one of my top 3 actually. loved it.

17:01 03-08-2016
 HuntaWarya
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You may also have not liked Deathproof. Quite a few people didn't.

But the rest should be good. I'm not really gonna listen to criticism of Reservoir Dogs/True Romance/Pulp Fiction.

10:35 03-08-2016
 Phil78
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yeah im no fan of kill bill i think jackiebrown is his worst then kill bill 1 and 2.. then i dont know but its still got 1 or 2 bad ones i think... cant think of which right now

13:34 03-06-2016
 The Don
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Keanu Reeves training for John Wick 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpr8oqyjKIc



14:25 03-05-2016
Dredlox™
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The end was what really took it over the top for me. I realized suddenly that ww2 had now moved into a new realm; that of Fantasy fiction. Sure indiana joNes started it and hellboy expanded it but IG took it totally out of the realm of non fiction.

I mean, come on, who doesnt want to see hitler get over killed? He dies three ways; shooting, burning and finally exploding lol. That is pretty damn cool

15:18 03-03-2016

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 Iceman
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1st Kill Bill had the 30 min swordfight.
I own and like both of them.

Ing Basterds was really good but the pandering and historically non accurate ending was disappointing after the great combination of Tarantino tension in the time of the Nazis.

13:17 03-02-2016
Dredlox™
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which is the kill bill with the 30 minute sword fight? That one was terrible.

22:36 03-01-2016

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Dredlox™
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Jackie Brown was sketchy. It had potential and good parts, but tarantino was burned out and reaching, it felt to me

22:36 03-01-2016

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 HuntaWarya
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Umm no, the first one is Volume 1, and the second one is Volume 2.

I actually think the sequel is arguably better than the first one. At very least, I'll say that my favorite parts of Volume 2 (like her training from Pai Mei, and how she uses it to escape the coffin she's been buried alive in) were more enjoyable to me than any parts of Volume 1.

I am not a Kill Bill "fan" and I don't own either of the movies, but my least favorite Tarantino film is Jackie Brown.

22:20 03-01-2016
Dredlox™
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So what did you all think of Kill Bill? I only saw the first movie (part 2 though I believe), and I thought that was Tarantino's low point.

21:22 03-01-2016

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 HuntaWarya
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I really enjoyed Inglourious Basterds until the last 10-15 minutes. But the ending was SO jarringly disappointing that it has kept me from ever seeing the movie a second time, even though I really had lots of fun through *most* of it.

21:19 03-01-2016
 Phil78
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yeah hunter, and i think you're wrong! i think you're giving them too much credit! if i look at the rest of the movie i think my assessment is right and i think if they were asked today "was the bowcaster modified because of ____" i bet they would say yes, but i dont think they had a clue. i think the movie was made with one goal = to look cool. and consistency was forgotten. i wish you were right though..haha


and..inglorious basters was shimmer. to me. i think i'd give it 2 stars at most

05:16 03-01-2016
Dredlox™
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For me, inglorious bastards was what tarantino back on the greatest map

00:51 03-01-2016

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 HuntaWarya
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Phil78 wrote: "yes that could be, but i felt it was not, i felt it was written extremely poorly and the bowcaster was the same."

**Well, that would take some really bad writing. Because then not only does Han's newfound interest in the Bowcaster not make sense, but the way it sends bad guys flying through the air doesn't make sense either. Even though I was somewhat disappointed in the movie overall, I still want to give the filmmakers a little more credit than THAT. :)

I guess I don't really have a follow-up question on Django Unchained. Just wanted to make sure that when you said you haven't enjoyed "most" of his movies since Pulp Fiction, this was one of the few that wasn't part of "most." Thanks!

19:53 02-29-2016
 Phil78
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i saw room and the danish girl both Neal
didnt care for either very much
but room was worse, it was painful.

17:14 02-29-2016
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