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Bowser 11:09 AM 01-04-2014
Old one is crapping out the server, per the new guidelines.

Browse the old thread that is chock full of goodness here -

http://chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=172245
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BigRichard 03:59 PM 01-27-2022
Originally Posted by Detoxing:
I watched "The Devil All the Time" last night. **** that was a good movie. Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgard and Robert Pattinson ****ing killed it.

I'm a believer in Robert Pattinson now, and Tom Holland went up a few notches in my book. It's a depressing movie in many ways. A depressing, violent thriller that keeps you locked in from start to finish. Well acted, well written. High quality movie and would highly recommend it.

Originally Posted by Buehler445:
I couldnít finish that one. Maybe it was a mood thing but I didnít need devil ALL the time I guess.
Now I am torn... do I watch it :-) or do I not :-)
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Detoxing 05:53 PM 01-27-2022
Originally Posted by BigRichard:
Now I am torn... do I watch it :-) or do I not :-)
It's a bleak movie. You know about 20minutes into the movie that no matter how this ends, you're not going to feel great afterwards. It's a little bit of a slow burn, but it's not short on violence and fucked up characters.
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KCUnited 07:45 PM 01-27-2022
My thoughts on it from this thread. Honestly had to view the trailer to remember watching it. Agree that Pattinson nailed his role.

https://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/show...postcount=3477
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ThaVirus 09:46 AM 01-31-2022
I randomly got around to watching Enemy of the State with Will Smith and Gene Hackman. It's actually got a pretty legit cast. From memory, I saw Regina King, Jon Voigt, Seth Green, Jack Black, and Jamie Kennedy.

I thought it was an entertaining watch, though it is hilarious watching the "cutting edge" technology in that movie for the first time in 2022. They're transferring files onto floppy disks and calling them "cellular phones" lol
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Buehler445 07:17 PM 01-31-2022
Don’t forget Lisa Bonet. She was smokin in that one.
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ThaVirus 07:37 AM 02-01-2022
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Donít forget Lisa Bonet. She was smokin in that one.
Yes! Totally forgot about her. She didn't deserve to go out like that either.
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BlackOp 08:38 PM 02-03-2022
Here's a list of the top 39 films from A24...I've pretty much liked everything they've produced. They are the top company making cutting-edge movies...

If you are unfamiliar with them...they made Ex Machina, Hereditary and Midsommer....also Under the Silver Lake and The Lobster....Gasper Noe's Climax.

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls024372673/
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sully1983 08:14 AM 02-04-2022
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
Here's a list of the top 39 films from A24...I've pretty much liked everything they've produced. They are the top company making cutting-edge movies...

If you are unfamiliar with them...they made Ex Machina, Hereditary and Midsommer....also Under the Silver Lake and The Lobster....Gasper Noe's Climax.

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls024372673/
+1

A24 is the most interesting movie studio in Hollywood right now. You'll never see them shovel out safe/generic assemble line crap (like Disney for example) A24 is such a breath of fresh air imo.

My top 10 favorite films from A24 would be...

1. Ex Machina
2. Blue Ruin
3. The Killing of a Sacred Deer
4. The VVitch
5. Good Time
6. Locke
7. The Lighthouse
8. Green Room
9. Uncut Gems
10. Annihilation

And I can't wait for Ti West's next horror film called X It looks completely bonkers with a dark mixture of horror & comedy.

I loved Ti West's criminally underrated horror film The House of the Devil
(starring Tom Noonan who is creepy as hell in it) Highly recommend it.
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PackerinMo 05:49 PM 02-04-2022
I watched Jexi with Adam Devine. It wasn’t really a good movie but I was entertained enough to finish. When I started the movie I checked the credits and was expecting to see Rose Byrne. It wasn’t until a half hour in that I realized she was the voice of the phone and wasn’t physically in the movie. :-)
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BlackOp 08:06 PM 02-04-2022
Originally Posted by sully1983:
+1

A24 is the most interesting movie studio in Hollywood right now. You'll never see them shovel out safe/generic assemble line crap (like Disney for example) A24 is such a breath of fresh air imo.

My top 10 favorite films from A24 would be...

1. Ex Machina
2. Blue Ruin
3. The Killing of a Sacred Deer
4. The VVitch
5. Good Time
6. Locke
7. The Lighthouse
8. Green Room
9. Uncut Gems
10. Annihilation

And I can't wait for Ti West's next horror film called X It looks completely bonkers with a dark mixture of horror & comedy.

I loved Ti West's criminally underrated horror film The House of the Devil
(starring Tom Noonan who is creepy as hell in it) Highly recommend it.
I forgot they did Annihilation and The VVitch...both were great.

I did watch Green Room and GoodTime last night...didnt really like Green Room much other than the punk rock backdrop but GoodTime was interesting...the soundtrack by Oneohtrix Point Never was great.

I'll look into House of the Devil and Blue Ruin.....thanks for the heads up.
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Dayze 06:53 PM 02-07-2022
"You Were Never Really Here"

......*loud wet fart noise****


my god....what an awful movie. My wife and I hate-watched it after the first 45 minutes went by like a constipated bowel movement. When my wife and I first started dating, we watched Mullholland Drive (however you spell it), and thought it was the worst thing either of us had ever seen.......man, this one might have surpassed it.


Just a overly drawn out movie with go nowhere scenes. A complete was of 90 minutes :-).
which sucks because I love Joaquin Phoenix.
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Otter 08:32 PM 02-07-2022
Originally Posted by Detoxing:
It's a bleak movie. You know about 20minutes into the movie that no matter how this ends, you're not going to feel great afterwards. It's a little bit of a slow burn, but it's not short on violence and fucked up characters.
I didn't finish 'The Road' because it was just too bleak. When he was teaching the child how to kill himself I checked out.

How does this one match up?
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Buehler445 08:51 PM 02-07-2022
Originally Posted by Otter:
I didn't finish 'The Road' because it was just too bleak. When he was teaching the child how to kill himself I checked out.

How does this one match up?
Along that vein, I watched Oldboy recently with Elizabeth Olson and Josh Brolin. I know Olson gets naked in it and I heard one of the fight scenes is off the chain.

What could go wrong. Right? .... RIGHT?

WRONG

What in the god fuck was that? Holy fucking hell.
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unlurking 09:47 PM 02-07-2022
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Along that vein, I watched Oldboy recently with Elizabeth Olson and Josh Brolin. I know Olson gets naked in it and I heard one of the fight scenes is off the chain.

What could go wrong. Right? .... RIGHT?

WRONG

What in the god fuck was that? Holy fucking hell.
The original Oldboy was fantastic. My first introduction to Korean revenge porn. It's the 2nd of Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy. Highly recommend the original. Never watched the Brolin verson.
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Buehler445 10:01 PM 02-07-2022
Originally Posted by unlurking:
The original Oldboy was fantastic. My first introduction to Korean revenge porn. It's the 2nd of Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy. Highly recommend the original. Never watched the Brolin verson.
Just find the Olson nude scenes. I mean she's spectacular, but my mind was fucked for a good bit after that.
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