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post #1841 of 5657 (permalink) Old 12-30-2012, 06:02 PM
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Moon is on tonight on BBC2. What a fucking film that is.

Sam Rockwell, one of the most underrated actors in the world.
Forget it was on until 10 minutes in and didn't want to miss the start. Thought oh well, I'll wait to watch it on iPlayer tomorrow. Turns out it won't be on there.


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If you guys like Moon, I recommend Solaris.
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post #1842 of 5657 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 01:50 AM
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When I saw Moon a couple years ago I thought it was great. Even enjoyed Duncan Jones' follow up - Source Code. That was great entertainment.
Moon was good. I mark for Rockwell.

I'm not alone on my enjoyment of Source Code. For better or worse, I got into it.

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That would be awesome.

Watching Killer Joe. Its.... on the strange side. Juno Temple is cute though.
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post #1843 of 5657 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 07:20 AM
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MOON is awesome! Got a HD tv yesterday and it's pretty cool at first I have to say, watched VERTIGO again last night and it's still incredible.
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Not for everyone, but I strongly recommend this film to anyone who is interested,

The Holy Mountain

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHiA3w6Y3KA

Visually the best film I've ever seen.
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Got around to seeing this. Strange, yet brilliant film


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Watched "Django Unchained". Good movie if it is 30 mins too long but some fantastic performances which you'd expect from a Tarantino film, most notably from Christoph Waltz and Leo di Caprio. Jamie Foxx is very good too, although I am slightly puzzled why he was chosen for the role. However, it would be hard for any actor to steal the scenes that he shares with Waltz, who is just as excellent as he is in Inglorious Bastards. As with IB, there are some scenes that seem to drift away from the main plot for no apparent reason, but all-in-all I enjoyed this more. Tarantino's best movie since Kill Bill 2 IMO.
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I saw Django Unchained last night. Fucking awesome movie. Christopher Waltz's character was way too fun to watch. Tarantino did it again. A+


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Django (the d is silent) unchained is epic. A little too long. Waltz was the movie
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Django (the d is silent) unchained is epic. A little too long. Waltz was the movie
About 1/8th of the d is pronounced actually.


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Watched "Django Unchained". Good movie if it is 30 mins too long but some fantastic performances which you'd expect from a Tarantino film, most notably from Christoph Waltz and Leo di Caprio. Jamie Foxx is very good too, although I am slightly puzzled why he was chosen for the role. However, it would be hard for any actor to steal the scenes that he shares with Waltz, who is just as excellent as he is in Inglorious Bastards. As with IB, there are some scenes that seem to drift away from the main plot for no apparent reason, but all-in-all I enjoyed this more. Tarantino's best movie since Kill Bill 2 IMO.
Wasn't Will Smith the first to get offered Foxx's role? I seem to recall he was interested and then dropped out. More than likely due to the fact that he doesn't take risky roles, he loves to play it safe. Foxx is a better actor anyways.
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