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Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Dec-07-2011 15:39:

quote:
Originally posted by WittyHandle
The Jerk is an absolute classic. A must see. So many quotable lines.


Waiter: "Would monsieur care for another bottle of Chateau Latour?"

Navin: "Ah yes, but no more 1966. Let's splurge! Bring us some fresh wine! The freshest you've got - this year! No more of this old stuff."

Waiter: "Oui monsieur."

Navin: "He doesn't realise he's dealing with sophisticated people here."


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-07-2011 15:39:

Grandma's boy was perfectly cast. I think a major reason it didn't fail is because of that.


Posted by WittyHandle on Dec-07-2011 15:41:

Still, for an Adam Sandler production (thank God he wasn't in it), it's surprising how many people have never even heard of it.


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-07-2011 15:42:

Yeah true.


Phone's for you - I think it's the devil.






lolololololol


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-07-2011 15:43:

Hey J.P., how much do clothes cost in The Matrix?





lololololol


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Dec-07-2011 15:45:

I saw Grandma's Boy when it came out, and thought it was brah humour.


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-07-2011 15:48:

Well you're obviously much more refined than we are.


Posted by WittyHandle on Dec-07-2011 15:56:

quote:
Originally posted by Halcyon+On+On
I saw Grandma's Boy when it came out, and thought it was brah humour.


That's what I mean. It's the kind of movie that I usually don't like but I thought it was really funny.


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on Dec-07-2011 16:10:

I'll give it another shot, then. I ended up liking Mr. Deeds, but mostly because of Steve Buscemi.


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-07-2011 16:44:

As long as we're talking about classics, I will also suggest The Party, and The World of Henry Orient - both starring Peter Sellers. So funny!


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-07-2011 16:45:

And anything starring the Marx Brothers. Groucho Marx is the king of all insults!


Posted by Moongoose on Dec-07-2011 18:28:

quote:
Originally posted by Miss Pie
And anything starring the Marx Brothers. Groucho Marx is the king of all insults!


+ fucking 1!!!


Posted by EgosXII on Dec-08-2011 04:33:

quote:
Originally posted by Miss Pie
As long as we're talking about classics, I will also suggest The Party, and The World of Henry Orient - both starring Peter Sellers. So funny!


+ The Jerk and it turns out you have fine taste! I'm shocked


Posted by Silky Johnson on Dec-08-2011 04:53:

Yeah well don't let that fool you, I'm still an ass.


Posted by Lilith on Dec-08-2011 10:55:

The Dead (2010) is sort of an old style zombie movie, except set in Africa. Not perfect but it's paced fairly well and doesn't have a lot of cheesy computer-effects, which is also a nice change.
I also really like zombie movies so its a bit hard to be unbiased


Posted by EgosXII on Dec-08-2011 12:59:

quote:
Originally posted by Miss Pie
Yeah well don't let that fool you, I'm still an ass.



Posted by DJRYAN™ on Dec-08-2011 14:29:

Limitless!! Another kick ass movie and if your not wanting some NZT afterwards then....


Posted by LAdazeNYnights on Dec-08-2011 19:58:

quote:
Originally posted by Adam420
no those are good recs since they're not obvious. IDK about the last one as I'm not a huge McBride fan. In Bruges looks good - DLing. The Guard I was checking out a couple of weeks ago and was kind of on the fence becasue of some mixed reviews on IMDB, but it can't hurt and Don Cheadle is pretty awesome.


what did you guys end up watching?
did you engage in successful acts of brolove after?


Posted by DJRYAN™ on Dec-09-2011 11:24:

just got finished watching "Castaway on the Moon" (via Netflix) Crazy movie about a guy who can't pay his bills, jumps off a bridge and ends up on a desert island. There's quite a few twists and turns, and is overall a pretty unique movie. Definitely watch it!!


Posted by DJRYAN™ on Dec-11-2011 07:09:

Not that every movie I watch is good, but some late night flicks that might be worth considering: Garden Party & On the Doll. W/ Garden Party being the better of the two. On the Doll is borderline wtf but not intense enough to make into that thread =)


Posted by ripped on Dec-19-2011 13:24:

Rampart with Woody Harrelson

real good acting and camera work
the only flaw is the ending


Posted by LAdazeNYnights on Dec-20-2011 05:08:

Finally got around to watching 'A Separation'. Highly recommended. I didn't read much about the movie before watching it, which I think worked in my favor. Also, the trailer doesn't give away all that much of the plot (which is a real joy).


Posted by WittyHandle on Dec-20-2011 06:01:


Posted by orTofønChiLd on Dec-21-2011 01:08:

nice trailer


Posted by ripped on Dec-21-2011 07:21:

quote:
Originally posted by orTofønChiLd
nice trailer


yup

this one doesn't look bad either


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