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PostPosted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:08 pm 
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Ladies and Gentlemen: The Fabulous Stains


If you watched the DVD, my friend Sarah Jacobson (R.I.P.) did a cool short documentary that I think is included. I still need to buy the DVD, but I've seen it SO many times... "Times Square" too


No, I will get the DVD asap, though. Cannot believe I waited this long to watch that movie.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:24 pm 
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I just watched Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu and I rather liked it. A couple of years ago I was really into Asian movies, but I seem to be having a of a revival going on.

In the last few weeks, I watched Battle Royale (seen it before, love it), Gin Gwai (The Eye - seen it before, some really decent scenes, crepe ending), Ju-on (The Grudge - seen it before, meh), Dark Water (seen it before, love it), Three... extremes (seen it before, like Box, love Dumplings, hate Cut), Gosa (Death Bell - meh), Uzumaki (pretty bad), Kuchisake-onna (Carved - awful), Yogen (Premonition - really decent!). I also watched Sint (Dutch horror movie, loved it), Frozen (had some good bits, but was full gigantic plot holes) and Four Lions (LOVE LOVE LOVE).


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My Thanksgiving break was basically one long movie marathon. I am really gonna miss my parents' infinite cable movie channels.

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The Road- what a downer, but solid acting by Viggo Mortensen
Hard Bodies- watched this because of Gilmore Girls and I only made it through 15 minutes
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- still fantastic even in my second time seeing it
Minority Report- my first time seeing the whole thing and I loved it
Whip It- a surprisingly strong directorial debut from Drew Barrymore
Gran Torino- just as good as always
Bride & Prejudice- watched this tonight and I cringed almost the entire time. So disappointing!

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I just watched Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu and I rather liked it. A couple of years ago I was really into Asian movies, but I seem to be having a of a revival going on.

In the last few weeks, I watched Battle Royale (seen it before, love it), Gin Gwai (The Eye - seen it before, some really decent scenes, crepe ending), Ju-on (The Grudge - seen it before, meh), Dark Water (seen it before, love it), Three... extremes (seen it before, like Box, love Dumplings, hate Cut), Gosa (Death Bell - meh), Uzumaki (pretty bad), Kuchisake-onna (Carved - awful), Yogen (Premonition - really decent!). I also watched Sint (Dutch horror movie, loved it), Frozen (had some good bits, but was full gigantic plot holes) and Four Lions (LOVE LOVE LOVE).

You too? My senior year of high school, all I did was watch Asian movies. I even counted. Who are your favorite directors?

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I know you didn't ask me... but my favorites are:

Yasuzo Masumura, Kurosawa, Takshi Mikke, Noribumi Suzuki, Kaneto Shindô, Kenji Mizoguchi, Seijun Suzuki , Hayao Miyazaki, Satoshi Kon (R.I.P.)

I just got this and can't wait to start watching:
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 6:03 pm 
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I saw 42nd Street for the first time this morning. I didn't know, but it's Busby Berkeley's birthday (say that 3x's fast) so they are featuring him on TCM. There were some great one-liners in it and of course, the dancing.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 30, 2010 2:09 pm 
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Son of Seitan wrote:
I know you didn't ask me... but my favorites are:

Yasuzo Masumura, Kurosawa, Takshi Mikke, Noribumi Suzuki, Kaneto Shindô, Kenji Mizoguchi, Seijun Suzuki , Hayao Miyazaki, Satoshi Kon (R.I.P.)

I just got this and can't wait to start watching:
http://www.criterion.com/boxsets/655-ec ... katsu-noir

It's all good. I like to geek out with anyone I can. I admit I got a bit upset when I found out Kon died a few months ago; he was one of my favorite anime directors. Others I admire are Miyazaki, Kurosawa (obviously), Koreeda Hirokazu, Ozu Yasujiro, Iwai Shunji, Yamashita Nobuhiro, Kitano Takeshi, Yaguchi Shinobu, Takahata Isao... The list is heavily leaning towards contemporary directors, but that's only because I feel that I haven't seen enough films from other great classic directors to put them on my list. I'd like to see more stuff from Naruse Mikio, if I can ever get my hands on it. That Shimizu box set Criterion recently released also intrigues me. I haven't kept up with Japanese films post-2008, but now that I have a month off for winter break, it would be a good time to do so. Right now, not a whole lot interests me besides Nakashima Tetsuya's Confessions (I think it's amusing he's tackling a serious subject, and I heard it's pretty good). I'm thinking of holding an epic drama marathon of Eureka, A Brighter Summer Day, and Love Exposure. Am I crazy?

Question for PPKers: Do you think Departures deserved the Oscar for Best Foreign Film? I personally feel Japan put out better films that year, including All Around Us and my personal preference Tokyo Sonata (which was released and acclaimed by critics here!).

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I think my next purchase will be:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 30, 2010 2:19 pm 
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Bun wrote:
I just watched Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu and I rather liked it. A couple of years ago I was really into Asian movies, but I seem to be having a of a revival going on.

In the last few weeks, I watched Battle Royale (seen it before, love it), Gin Gwai (The Eye - seen it before, some really decent scenes, crepe ending), Ju-on (The Grudge - seen it before, meh), Dark Water (seen it before, love it), Three... extremes (seen it before, like Box, love Dumplings, hate Cut), Gosa (Death Bell - meh), Uzumaki (pretty bad), Kuchisake-onna (Carved - awful), Yogen (Premonition - really decent!). I also watched Sint (Dutch horror movie, loved it), Frozen (had some good bits, but was full gigantic plot holes) and Four Lions (LOVE LOVE LOVE).

You too? My senior year of high school, all I did was watch Asian movies. I even counted. Who are your favorite directors?


I don't have one. I suck.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 30, 2010 2:49 pm 
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A few I have seen lately: Without Love, and old Spencer Tracy/Katherine Hepburn movie, Babette's Feast, Eat, Pray, Love.


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A few I have seen lately: Without Love, an old Spencer Tracy/Katherine Hepburn movie


wow! I though I'd seen 'em all. Need to watch!

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A few I have seen lately: Without Love, an old Spencer Tracy/Katherine Hepburn movie


wow! I though I'd seen 'em all. Need to watch!


I second this, I had no idea.

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*doubled up by mistake, sorry!*

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definitely watch it, it's typical of their movies. C.heesey, sweet, silly!


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The Big Lebowski (not my first time but the first time I actually found it funny)
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I've got The Departed out right now to watch- can't believe I've never seen it, I must be the last person in the world.

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I just watched Best Worst Movie last night. Now I must see Troll 2!!


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lubimiller wrote:
I just watched Best Worst Movie last night. Now I must see Troll 2!!


Thanks for reminding me that I wanted to watch that! Troll 2 is A-mazing. If you love bad movies, that is :)


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I just watched Best Worst Movie last night. Now I must see Troll 2!!


Thanks for reminding me that I wanted to watch that! Troll 2 is A-mazing. If you love bad movies, that is :)




and I do.....


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I love Troll 2 so much. I bought a bootleg vhs tape of it, then I bought it on DVD when it came out on the double feature with Troll, then I lost the disc, the I reordered it, but now it's on blu-ray...*sigh*

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Last 20 or so on Netflix. Some were awesome, others not so much... & the occasional rewatch.

The Fall
Sixteen Candles
Get Him to the Greek
Babies
Be Kind Rewind
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Ed and His Dead Mother
Better Off Dead
The Warriors
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The Simpsons Movie
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Son of Seitan wrote:
I love Troll 2 so much. I bought a bootleg vhs tape of it, then I bought it on DVD when it came out on the double feature with Troll, then I lost the disc, the I reordered it, but now it's on blu-ray...*sigh*


I accidently came across it on MGM Europe a few months ago and went "What the....?!" throughout the whole movie, then called everybody and ordered them to watch it.


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