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Posted by meriter on Jun-04-2012 03:12:

quote:
Originally posted by infiniteJEST

Baraka being as amazing as it is, this should be downright stunning.


Fuck... thank you for mentioning this I've been looking for this movie for like 13 years. Saw it once in high school as was pretty much blown away and have been on the lookout ever since


Posted by Taipan on Jun-04-2012 16:32:

Just saw inception. If the movie wasn't as big a hit as it was , and wasn't as mainstream pop culture - it would probably have the biggest cult following of any movie in history. 10/10.


Posted by WittyHandle on Jun-05-2012 04:34:

Snow White and the Huntsman was pretty disappointing.


Posted by GoSpeedGo! on Jun-05-2012 08:55:

Iron Sky is a very clever film and the more you know about (history of) cinema, the more you will enjoy this.


Posted by iloop on Jun-05-2012 18:25:

Iron Sky was fucking awful, starts with a descent space scene and then it gets into F movie material- you've heard of B movies? well this ones an F- the dialogue is weak, the special effects look like they were done in the 60s with digital technology, the pace of the movie is sooo slow- and the acting- im surprised they did it with a straight face..

I can recommend 'Perfect Sense' : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1439572/
awesome acting, very engaging plot that keeps moving the story forward, and what a head trip- just makes you think about life...


Posted by GoSpeedGo! on Jun-05-2012 21:08:

quote:
Originally posted by iloop
Iron Sky was fucking awful, starts with a descent space scene and then it gets into F movie material- you've heard of B movies? well this ones an F- the dialogue is weak, the special effects look like they were done in the 60s with digital technology, the pace of the movie is sooo slow- and the acting- im surprised they did it with a straight face..


You realize it is a satire, right?

And the budget was about 7 million, 1 mil. of that was fan funding. I'm not sure what you were expecting.


Posted by Sushipunk on Jun-06-2012 01:56:

quote:
Originally posted by WittyHandle
Snow White and the Huntsman was pretty disappointing.


But how can that be? Kristen Stewart is such an amazing actress...


Posted by netroM on Jun-18-2012 11:54:

Took me a long time, but I finally saw Children Who Chase Lost Voices From Deep Below about a week ago.
Makoto Shinkai really got the Studio Ghibli-feel right for me, while still having it be one of his movies


Posted by Meat187 on Jun-18-2012 12:22:

quote:
Originally posted by Sushipunk
But how can that be? Kristen Stewart is such an amazing actress...



Posted by Silky Johnson on Jun-18-2012 13:46:

Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie was hilarious. Now that I know what Shrim is, I wish I didn't.


Posted by Meat187 on Jun-18-2012 16:20:

Not sure if I recommended it here already, but if you want to see a well executed giallo thriller watch Profondo Rosso (Deep Red). It does everything right that modern thrillers do wrong.


Posted by Joss Weatherby on Jun-18-2012 18:09:

quote:
Originally posted by netroM
Took me a long time, but I finally saw Children Who Chase Lost Voices From Deep Below about a week ago.
Makoto Shinkai really got the Studio Ghibli-feel right for me, while still having it be one of his movies



Looks like it actually has a coherent plot compared to Beyond the Clouds or 5cm Per Second. I don't really mind either way though, the animation quality churned out by CoMix Wave is some of the best ever, and the amount of detail put into the backgrounds and little things is amazing, reminds me almost of hyper-realism art. It's a joy to watch.


Posted by netroM on Jun-18-2012 20:14:

"Beyond the Clouds"?
Do you mean The Place Promised In Our Early Days?


Posted by Joss Weatherby on Jun-18-2012 21:18:

quote:
Originally posted by netroM
"Beyond the Clouds"?
Do you mean The Place Promised In Our Early Days?


Yes, the literal translation from Japanese (雲のむこう、約束の場所 Kumo no Mukō, Yakusoku no Basho) is "Beyond the Clouds, the Promised Place".


Posted by netroM on Jun-18-2012 22:27:

Ah. What did you find incoherent about that plot?


Posted by Jarvmeister on Jun-19-2012 07:58:

I watched The Fifth Element on Saturday for the first time.

Amazing film, sounds and looks stunning.

Interesting story, yet laughed out loud many times.


Posted by Sushipunk on Jun-19-2012 08:01:

quote:
Originally posted by Jarvmeister
I watched The Fifth Element on Saturday for the first time.

Amazing film, sounds and looks stunning.

Interesting story, yet laughed out loud many times.


Ha, thanks for reminding me that I've been meaning to buy it on DVD for a while now, and keep forgetting. Though, I've seen it quite a few times already


Posted by Joss Weatherby on Jun-19-2012 08:39:

quote:
Originally posted by netroM
Ah. What did you find incoherent about that plot?


Incoherent probably wans't the best word (reserve that for 5cm Per Second, but maybe not there either, there it seemed just sorta... pointless). Beyond the Clouds was extremely melodramatic, and I haven't watched it in years, but they never really explained why she was so important or why she had a connection to the tower in Hokkaido.

The best part about that movie though was the very limited combat scenes, some of the best animated.


Posted by netroM on Jun-19-2012 09:43:

quote:
Originally posted by Joss Weatherby
but they never really explained why she was so important or why she had a connection to the tower in Hokkaido.


Spoiler: she was the granddaughter of the guy who built the tower. I assume one who'd be able to build such a thing would know how to connect it to her.


Posted by Jarvmeister on Jun-19-2012 17:42:

quote:
Originally posted by Sushipunk
Ha, thanks for reminding me that I've been meaning to buy it on DVD for a while now, and keep forgetting. Though, I've seen it quite a few times already


Not sure if you have a BluRay player, but get it on this format if you can - it's been remastered and looks very very nice!


Posted by Sushipunk on Jun-19-2012 22:59:

quote:
Originally posted by Jarvmeister
Not sure if you have a BluRay player, but get it on this format if you can - it's been remastered and looks very very nice!


Yeah, I imagine that would look pretty sweet. I do have a PS3, so I might pick that up.


Posted by Joss Weatherby on Jun-20-2012 01:52:

Do it, it looks amazing.


Posted by BTG on Jun-23-2012 04:06:

I want to watch a movie tonight.

a comedy.

one that doesn't suck.

is 21 jump street good? i've heard from people i know it is good...but i see the trailers and it looks as good as hot tub time machine.


Posted by netroM on Jun-23-2012 11:01:

Black Dynamite


Posted by chris1011 on Jun-23-2012 13:58:

quote:
Originally posted by BTG
I want to watch a movie tonight.

a comedy.

one that doesn't suck.

is 21 jump street good? i've heard from people i know it is good...but i see the trailers and it looks as good as hot tub time machine.


Yeah it's a pretty good way to spend 1.5 hours.


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