Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
Travolta? no way...IMO, John was a bigger star.
good one, but I have no problems with Nic's movies...we know what we are going into. ; ) and I've enjoyed some as well.
I’ve liked a bunch of them, too. Except for Joe. I could not watch Joe.
I didn't mind it...why didn't you like it?
tough getting old! ; )
The over the top stereotypes made it hard to watch. Too gritty in not a pleasing way. I made about 40 minutes and shut it off.
fair enough, but they don't bother me...I always see a movie through. BUT with a caveat... IIRC, I turned one movie off...; )
Ok... now you have me intrigued... why did you turn the movie off and what’s your caveat?
that I turned one off!
A Serbian Film...not my cup of java,,,
You’re braver than me. It’s one I’d never attempt to watch. I remember all the “it’s a beautifully filmed movie that people shouldn’t judge” bs when it came out. Nope.
YEah, big nope here, too.
The Birth of a Nation
I just picked this up as part of the sale Twilight Time is having this month.
The Babysitter - a Netflix original - a coming of age Satanic ritual sacrifice movie. Perhaps a tad too goofy in parts, but overall fun and I enjoyed it.
Great movie. I like Sandrine Bonnaire & Isabelle Huppert very much. Do you know "Monsieur Hire" by Patrice Leconte? I was fascinated by his movies. When I was growing up I watched movies like "Monsieur Hire", "Le mari de la coiffeuse" or "Le parfum d'Yvonne". They were sad, sensual and all in all a bit different from what I knew back then. I kept following the careers of Leconte and several of his actors/actresses until today.
Watched Dazed And Confused for the first time last night.
American Graffiti for the 90’s.
A fun watch - made all the better by seeing Matthew McConaughey as David Woodetson.
Was a long time since I last saw The Godfather. Even better than the last time.
Reruns of all the Marvel moves on broadcast TV. They are like magnets.
RIP Daniel Johnston--indie folk singer from Austin, Tx
No, it was just released. I think it showed in a few cinemas, but not widely, and was slated straight to VOD or something like that. Here's a review:
Wine Country (Netflix)
Watched for awhile with my wife, attention drifted away after about 15 minutes. A fine cast, weak script. If they'd made this up on the fly it would've been a much better movie. Should've heeded the prior review in this thread.
Yes, it's predictable, has a weak script, weak direction,... but as an old-fashioned horror nut, I enjoyed this and I love the look of it. Superb art direction and photography.
thanks...all the negative review as ppl just don't get this movie especially John's character...and this is based on a true story... ppl just love to hate in groups...
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