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    Veteran Member streator's Avatar
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    watched the shining again over the weekend on blu-ray, some scenes included that i had forgotten about (that aren't aired on television like the bathtub scene).

    i definitely got more of a reincarnation vibe as well than i had in the past however i still think we're meant to believe that the hotel "absorbed" jack instead of him always truly being there. i can't say that there's anything really scary in the movie anymore however i still enjoy the setting & filming. the bar scenes & ballroom bathroom scenes are my favorites.
    and i'm counting 1, counting 2, counting 3...

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    Dark Knight Returns part 2
    Pull List; seems to be too long to fit in my sig...

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    Ploughed through all the Harry Potter movies this past week.

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    It's now been a couple of weeks since I saw Django Unchained, but I am still convinced that it's Tarantino's best film yet!

    Had bit of an 80s binge in last week with The Princess Bride, Labyrinth & Masters of the Universe.
    U-Go Girl lives & Squirrel Girl is the nuts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simbob4000 View Post
    The Lookout was really good, much better than Brick.
    In hindsight, neither movie was that good, but at least Brick looked like a movie. The Lookout reminded me of a made-for-television movie. Just not cinematic at all.

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    Girls, Guns and Gangsters(1959)

    An odd little B-movie starring Mamie Van Doren, Lee Van Cleef, and Gerald Mohr.
    Kind of movie I enjoy!
    "If you live among wolves you have to act like a wolf."

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    Check out Sinners and Saints.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1130969/?ref_=sr_1

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    In english, to prepare for film reviews we've been watching casino royale and shoot me down, I have to admit its been brilliant! I've never 'liked' James bond, I thought it was too 'Spyey' but I was wrong. Mads Mikkelsen is brill as Le whatever.
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    Heathers
    Picked this up on blu ray from the $5 rack at the local big box store. I hadn't seen it in years, way back when I was a young impressionable preteen with a Winona Ryder crush. Well both still hold up. Winona Ryder, Christian Slater going crazy Nicholson mode and super bitchy Shannen Doherty as a Heather in the darkest of teen comedies. It is still one of the best teen films IMO. The colors, the characters...how very! And yep, it may have needed a little rekindling but still crushing on Winona Ryder. I know she is in the Iceman/Kuklinski film coming out soon, looking forward to that, and hope we see more of her in feature roles again. She was great in Black Swan. So anyways, if you missed this one or perhaps weren't around for the lates 80s/ early 90s...do yourself a solid and check it out. Films like Mean Girls owe a lot to Heathers.

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    The Russians are Coming..The Russians are Coming (1966) - this cold war satire was laugh out loud funny in a couple of spots. Alan Arkin and Carl Reiner were both excellent (and funny), the film still holds up. Granted this was the first time I'd seen it, but I really enjoy Arkin and Reiner's comedy anyway so it was an enjoyable film.

    Finally finished Twins of Evil...hmmm... not as good as it promised to be, but it was 1970s Hammer.

    Satan's Wife - okay, I often enjoy how the Italians ripped off any popular genre film, but this Omen rip off was laughably bad. One of the worst films I've seen recently and I have a very high threshold for schlock. A couple of okay turns by actresses who wisely made cameos, but the 13 year old girl who was the anti-christ acted more like a spoiled brat than the embodiement of evil in any language.

    Hatchet for the Honeymoon - somewhat interesting premise - (head of a bridal fashion house kills young brides in their wedding veils as a result of some trauma), I liked the lead but everything/everyone around him annoyed me to no end. I may have to rewatch this again somewhere down the line, but for now, seems like another Bava strike out. x_X
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    Hmm, let's see, recently, i've only watched to,

    Star Wars Revenge of the Sith

    The Amazing Spider-man

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    The Hills Have Eyes Remake on Syfy, I can't believe how bad Part 2 was, the first one was so good

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse_custer View Post
    In hindsight, neither movie was that good, but at least Brick looked like a movie. The Lookout reminded me of a made-for-television movie. Just not cinematic at all.
    I wouldn't say The Lookout looked like a tv movie, but it could have been more cinematic. Still, I can at least say that The Lookout was somewhat memorable, which is a hell of a lot more than I can say about Brick. It's also a pretty good, it's not a great movie by any means, but it does what it's doing pretty well...it also reminds me somewhat of Thunderbolt and Lightfoot.

    But anyways, saw Django Unchained not long ago. It's great, loved it, it's maybe one of the most fun movies I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabidwolfdog View Post
    The Hills Have Eyes Remake on Syfy, I can't believe how bad Part 2 was, the first one was so good
    Did you see the trailer for Part 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simbob4000 View Post
    Did you see the trailer for Part 2?
    No I sat through thinking how could they mess up this movie, same goes for the Decent, the 2nd one doesn't match up

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