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Posted by bas on Sep-07-2010 05:46:

quote:
Originally posted by LeopoldStotch
dude i told you about that months ago.

Actually I told you guys after I found out on my own.


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Sep-07-2010 18:47:

quote:
Originally posted by pkcRAISTLIN
watched brick on fri night. neo noir but set in a modern day highschool. i thought it was pretty clever and the dialogue was fun. it didn't have spaceships in it though so i can't speak for its overall quality, but definitely hooked me.


This was a really, really great movie. Thanks for the recommendation.


Posted by gehzumteufel on Sep-07-2010 18:54:

Watched Pirate Radio last night. Quite enjoyed it.


Posted by Danny Ocean on Sep-08-2010 00:59:

i thought this movie was fun, for a horror flick


Posted by pkcRAISTLIN on Sep-08-2010 01:47:

quote:
Originally posted by Halcyon+On+On
This was a really, really great movie. Thanks for the recommendation.


Yeah, I loved it. anything in the same vein you’d care to recommend?


Posted by EgosXII on Sep-08-2010 01:52:

anyone seen four lions? pretty funny, can see some people would get a bit offended


Posted by yukii on Sep-08-2010 01:55:

quote:
Originally posted by LeopoldStotch
rewatched an old classic



Rosemary's Baby

this movie was definitely ahead of it's time(1968). a great suspense thriller that is light years ahead of current movies in this category.


UGH.. I watched that movie around the same time you rewatched it but I hadn't checked this thread out. We rented this one and Psycho. I seriously think Psycho was a million times better LOL.. the girl in the movie was such a dumb bitch and let everyone control her and she barely fights back like 8 minutes before the movie ends? plus, the way the husband treated her made me super pissed, I don't know, movies that make me pissed don't work for me

quote:
Originally posted by pkcRAISTLIN
watched brick on fri night. neo noir but set in a modern day highschool. i thought it was pretty clever and the dialogue was fun. it didn't have spaceships in it though so i can't speak for its overall quality, but definitely hooked me.



This one is definitely my kind of movie, I love suspense! Gotta check it out soon.


Posted by Chris Crossland on Sep-08-2010 01:57:

quote:
Originally posted by gehzumteufel
Watched Pirate Radio last night. Quite enjoyed it.


Loved that movie!


Watched Frozen today and it was surprisingly good.


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Sep-08-2010 06:03:

Oh fuck right off, Open Water on a fucking chair lift.


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Sep-08-2010 06:07:

quote:
Originally posted by yukii
UGH.. I watched that movie around the same time you rewatched it but I hadn't checked this thread out. We rented this one and Psycho. I seriously think Psycho was a million times better LOL.. the girl in the movie was such a dumb bitch and let everyone control her and she barely fights back like 8 minutes before the movie ends? plus, the way the husband treated her made me super pissed, I don't know, movies that make me pissed don't work for me


That's the joke

This type of horror film is essential and effective because it puts a relatively sane person in an insane world. You were pissed because you are at a hysterical age in your life. Try watching it again in... 20 years.


Posted by pkcRAISTLIN on Sep-08-2010 06:17:

quote:
Originally posted by pkcRAISTLIN
Yeah, I loved it. anything in the same vein you’d care to recommend?



Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Sep-08-2010 06:37:

It was similar to The Lookout, also with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. But Brick was much better- the writing set it apart from a lot of films. I don't know of any noirs that had as much style. Perhaps Mulholland Drive?

If you just want a decent thriller, I recall A Simple Plan being rather unexpectedly good. It's from a few years back, look it up.


Posted by pkcRAISTLIN on Sep-08-2010 06:41:

quote:
Originally posted by Halcyon+On+On
It was similar to The Lookout, also with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. But Brick was much better- the writing set it apart from a lot of films. I don't know of any noirs that had as much style. Perhaps Mulholland Drive?

If you just want a decent thriller, I recall A Simple Plan being rather unexpectedly good. It's from a few years back, look it up.


I’ll check out the lookout, thanks! lynch can suck my nuts. Im not nearly smart enough or massive wanker enough to enjoy his films.

Hehe, is the simple plan where someone ends up in the woodchipper? That was ace!


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Sep-08-2010 06:43:

Nope, that was Fargo. A Simple Plan has Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thornton. It's a Sam Raimi film, probably his most criminally overlooked piece. I'll bet it really engages you.


Posted by pkcRAISTLIN on Sep-08-2010 06:49:

Oh yeah, the plane crash and the millions of dollars. That was good value.


Posted by Lilith on Sep-08-2010 07:14:

Saw Pandorum, seems to have gotten panned fairly hard and played nowhere but I thought it was ok.


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Sep-08-2010 07:16:

Pandorum was super ok. I wouldn't ever see it again, though.


Posted by Lilith on Sep-08-2010 07:23:

Apparently there was talk of a trilogy based off some books which might have expanded it a little more. For what there was I thought they put it together well, even if it was a little clichéd in some aspects.


Posted by EgosXII on Sep-08-2010 12:44:

quote:
Originally posted by pkcRAISTLIN
watched brick on fri night. neo noir but set in a modern day highschool. i thought it was pretty clever and the dialogue was fun. it didn't have spaceships in it though so i can't speak for its overall quality, but definitely hooked me.


just watched this tonight too cause of you and hal's assesments, and cause it has joseph gordon levit...

great film, damn levit is so awesome, so good to see he's getting more roles!!


Posted by gehzumteufel on Sep-08-2010 17:25:

Finally watched Requiem for a Dream last night. Pretty good film.


Posted by Danny Ocean on Sep-08-2010 17:55:

quote:
Originally posted by The17sss
The word "intense" doesn't even begin to describe that guy. He's kind of scary man... did you see the character he played in Harsh Times? How can one just "act" like that without it coming from somewhere within?



Posted by Silky Johnson on Sep-09-2010 03:47:

Oh man Pirhana 3D is total B grade awesomeness. So much unnecessary T&A, excessive gore, and cameo by Eli Roth. Excellent trash/no brain required flick.

Oh, also Christopher Lloyd.


Posted by bas on Sep-09-2010 03:55:

quote:
Originally posted by The17sss
The word "intense" doesn't even begin to describe that guy. He's kind of scary man... did you see the character he played in Harsh Times? How can one just "act" like that without it coming from somewhere within?

I just watched Harsh Times the other day. Fucking bummer of a movie.


Posted by WittyHandle on Sep-09-2010 04:13:

quote:
Originally posted by jennypie
Oh man Pirhana 3D is total B grade awesomeness. So much unnecessary T&A, excessive gore, and cameo by Eli Roth. Excellent trash/no brain required flick.

Oh, also Christopher Lloyd.


Perfect movie for what it is. If you liked this, definitely see Machete.

I want to mention the most outrageous part of the movie, but don't want to ruin it for everyone who hasn't seen it


Posted by Silky Johnson on Sep-09-2010 04:16:

Hahah, yes I almost gave it away.


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