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Old 06-11-2018, 05:22 PM  
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-- The NOT 'New' movie thread...

Post any movie suggestions which are NOT new releases.

Tonight I'm watching End of Watch.

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Old 09-02-2018, 12:49 PM   #106
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Two really good Netflix movies on gambling. Mississippi Grind. And "Win it all."

My heart was practically pumping out of my chest watching "Win it all." So uncomfortable to watch, in the best kind of way.
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Old 09-02-2018, 01:39 PM   #107
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Two really good Netflix movies on gambling. Mississippi Grind. And "Win it all."

My heart was practically pumping out of my chest watching "Win it all." So uncomfortable to watch, in the best kind of way.
there's a good thriller called Calibre I recommend. Movie though - not series
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Old 09-14-2018, 01:21 PM   #108
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Close Your Eyes from 2002 is pretty good and def. different.
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Old 03-09-2019, 03:42 AM   #109
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2nd viewing of The Road tonight - it was 2.7 stars from perfect - I feel like they needed to warm us up to normal family life prior to the apocalypse. Where you at with it? 7.3 stars.
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Old 03-09-2019, 07:27 AM   #110
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2nd viewing of The Road tonight - it was 2.7 stars from perfect - I feel like they needed to warm us up to normal family life prior to the apocalypse. Where you at with it? 7.3 stars.
That movie is just too depressing. I like my post apoc movies less realistic and with more 'splosions.
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Old 03-09-2019, 08:18 AM   #111
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2nd viewing of The Road tonight - it was 2.7 stars from perfect - I feel like they needed to warm us up to normal family life prior to the apocalypse. Where you at with it? 7.3 stars.
They could have done that, but it wouldn't have been true to the source material of the book. And doing that in the book would ruin the entire feel of the book which is made to feel more like a myth/allegory because of the lack of names, background, or really anything beyond "the road" for the father and son.

So yes: it might have made it emotionally more impactful, but it would have "ruined it" for fans of the book and made it an entirely different experience.
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Old 03-09-2019, 08:22 AM   #112
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Two movies I can watch over and over

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Old 03-09-2019, 08:36 AM   #113
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They could have done that, but it wouldn't have been true to the source material of the book. And doing that in the book would ruin the entire feel of the book which is made to feel more like a myth/allegory because of the lack of names, background, or really anything beyond "the road" for the father and son.

So yes: it might have made it emotionally more impactful, but it would have "ruined it" for fans of the book and made it an entirely different experience.
That book was pretty great but just crushing. Reminds me I need to read more of McCarthy.
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Old 03-09-2019, 08:51 AM   #114
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I always enjoyed the movie Mash but not the TV show. The movie was directed by the late Robert Altman. In 1992 he directed a satirical film about making films. I just showed it last week to a couple of people who never heard of it, and they loved it.

It's got a story with beginning, middle and end but is a sort of slice of life of a studio movie producer and the back stabbing and politics that go on in the movie business. The lead is played by Tim Robbins and he's really good. It's got a murder, it's a mystery, a love interest, and the opening scene is a continuing 8 minute shot with over 30 actors all involved in various activities with the camera constantly moving. It took a lot of planning to pull that opening scene off. There is a huge roster of actors, many are just playing cameo parts to be in this film about films.

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Old 03-09-2019, 09:11 AM   #115
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You could just go buy a copy of every movie featuring Denzel Washington as the lead (or a major character in it) and watch them. I'm partial to Training Day, Man On Fire, Philadelphia, Fallen, and American Gangster.
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Old 03-09-2019, 09:31 AM   #116
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Watched The Game with Michael Douglas and Sean Penn. Hadn’t seen it in a decade at least and didn’t remember too much about it. Damn good movie! Really enjoyed it. It’s obviously none you have to dismiss actual reality for, but I’m good with that!
Everybody remembers Michael Douglas for Fatal Attraction, Wall Street and Basic Instinct. In the 90's he made some odd movies which I like just as much, Falling Down is one of those odd movies, it could of been better, probably John Goodman as lead would of been greater, but at least Douglas tried something different. What I really liked in the 90's was the one you liked, The Game and his following movie, The Perfect Murder.


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That movie is just too depressing. I like my post apoc movies less realistic and with more 'splosions.
Yeah, it was a good movie. But I wish I had never watched it.

And it drove me nuts that nobody knew what happened. Although that didn't infuriate me the way No Country For Old Men did.
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That movie is just too depressing. I like my post apoc movies less realistic and with more 'splosions.
The book is even worse.

I honestly think I'd have just put a bullet in both of our brains if I were in that position.
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