General Discussion: Last film you saw?


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yellowpages
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2120 posts since 11/6/10

21 Aug 2012 16:46
It's only particularly brutal in two scenes which maybe account for 7 minutes of the whole movie. Still, I bought it on DVD 4 years ago and have only watched it once.
morgan
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1136 posts since 22/2/11

21 Aug 2012 16:46
Aye, as is Baise Moi.
Good films though.
ODB
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3595 posts since 21/6/06

21 Aug 2012 16:47
yes, get on it.
ODB
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3595 posts since 21/6/06

21 Aug 2012 16:51
Baise Moi was a bit shit imo.
morgan
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1136 posts since 22/2/11

21 Aug 2012 16:58
Anything not aimed at the teen market gets a Jimmy Hill from me even if it's depraved.
TCB
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4808 posts since 5/7/11

21 Aug 2012 17:27
Serbia wrote:
TCB wrote:
YLAup wrote:
Serbia wrote: enter the void, long time to say a little

Must have watched it the same night, really enjoyed it. Unbelievably shot.

Irreversible was so much better but Enter the Void was still great. Superbly shot at the very least.

went to see Take This Waltz last night for £4 at Hackney Picture House Cool Chick flick but a good chick flick. 7/10

Is irreversible as brutal as its wiki makes out?

yeah it is pretty brutal but it's an amazing piece of filmmaking.


Burt
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6153 posts since 3/1/10

21 Aug 2012 18:45
morgan wrote: Fucking loved Michelle Williams ever since Dawson's.
bill
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4930 posts since 5/8/09

22 Aug 2012 18:28
Avengers, dunno why I bothered, hated it, genuinely cannot understand how people can rate it so highly.
snaye
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10956 posts since 24/10/02

22 Aug 2012 18:33
^Im with you Bill. Only watchable for me because of Tony Stark and the Hulk, the rest are all very dull. Thor was gash and Captain America is a tool.
snaye
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10956 posts since 24/10/02

22 Aug 2012 18:35
On another Comic book film i watched the new spidey and I'm with Noble thought it was great and Garlfield is a much better Parker then Maguire, plus it made me love Emma Stone a little more.
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

23 Aug 2012 05:31
Knuckle.. 10 yr documentary on gypsy fighting.. brilliant
Wild Bill.. British crime film full of actors from Football Factory and other Brit films.. pretty good.
McVicar.. prison flick from the 80's.. surprised id never seen it.. real good.
carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

23 Aug 2012 08:09
Bourne Legacy a poor mans James Bond.

Expendables 2 better than first one.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

23 Aug 2012 12:00
snaye wrote: On another Comic book film i watched the new spidey and I'm with Noble thought it was great and Garlfield is a much better Parker then Maguire, plus it made me love Emma Stone a little more.
seen him in boy a yet mate?
fucking masterpiece of an acting performance.
Mandrake
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461 posts since 23/6/06

23 Aug 2012 12:12
what noble sed, peter mullan too.

watched chronicle yesterday, boring, couldn't get in to it.
MuayThaiPimp
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7925 posts since 10/8/11

23 Aug 2012 12:13
Might check out that Boy A tonight
MoB
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37204 posts since 31/8/04

23 Aug 2012 12:14
he's good in the red riding trilogy.
morgan
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1136 posts since 22/2/11

23 Aug 2012 12:25
yeah, enjoyed the Red Riding thing.
Lots of people recommended that BoyA thing. Think i'll go torrent safari.

https://tpb.pirateparty.org.uk/torrent/4407503

Bingo!
paint.ldn
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709 posts since 20/11/11

23 Aug 2012 12:38
Serbia wrote:
TCB wrote:
YLAup wrote:
Serbia wrote: enter the void, long time to say a little

Must have watched it the same night, really enjoyed it. Unbelievably shot.

Irreversible was so much better but Enter the Void was still great. Superbly shot at the very least.

went to see Take This Waltz last night for £4 at Hackney Picture House Cool Chick flick but a good chick flick. 7/10

Is irreversible as brutal as its wiki makes out?

Gaspar Noé is very dark. It is brutal but I think part of it is the way the score, sounds and movement of the camera utilised throughout the film are designed to make you feel constantly unsettled and nervous, and obvious method within certain genres but Noé does it fucking well. For instance during the first 60 minuets the score stays at a constant of 27-hertz which Noé designed to produce nausea in the audience.

Have been trying to find a link to stream or download his first film la carne, but no luck. any ideas?
morgan
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1136 posts since 22/2/11

23 Aug 2012 12:52
http://thepiratebay.ee/torrent/4040712/Carne_(1991)_Gaspar_Noe
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

23 Aug 2012 13:00
boy a could of gone on for another hour or so and i wouldnt of minded, its that immersing.