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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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Fish 08:20 PM 04-20-2022
FYI.. The Batman is now on HBO Max and therefore available on .. ahem... other sources...
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Stryker 09:01 PM 04-20-2022
Watched "All the old knives" thought is was pretty good actually.
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Stryker 09:01 PM 04-20-2022
Originally Posted by Fish:
FYI.. The Batman is now on HBO Max and therefore available on .. ahem... other sources...
Next on my list.
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PackerinMo 01:54 PM 04-24-2022
I finally saw Knives Out. It was pretty good.
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sully1983 05:10 PM 04-28-2022
The Northman was utterly incredible! The cinematography showing off the vast terrain of Iceland was amazing to see.

Violent af, weird af, trippy af, epic af, intense af etc etc . The Northman was like a combination of Gladiator / Braveheart on shrooms. And I mean that in the most sincere way. It definitely won't be a lot of movie goers' cup of tea but I loved every second of it.

The director (Robert Eggers) is a flat out genius with the amount of detail he puts into his films (whether it be the art direction, costumes, authentic dialogue, long tracking shots that build tons of tension etc etc) Just an incredible young director and I can't wait to follow his career (he's not even 40 years old yet and has already directed 3 really good / weird as hell films in The VVitch, The Lighthouse and The Northman)
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Bowser 11:27 AM 05-01-2022
Originally Posted by PackerinMo:
I finally saw Knives Out. It was pretty good.
I enjoyed it as well. It was different with a stellar cast.

Originally Posted by sully1983:
The Northman was utterly incredible! The cinematography showing off the vast terrain of Iceland was amazing to see.

Violent af, weird af, trippy af, epic af, intense af etc etc . The Northman was like a combination of Gladiator / Braveheart on shrooms. And I mean that in the most sincere way. It definitely won't be a lot of movie goers' cup of tea but I loved every second of it.

The director (Robert Eggers) is a flat out genius with the amount of detail he puts into his films (whether it be the art direction, costumes, authentic dialogue, long tracking shots that build tons of tension etc etc) Just an incredible young director and I can't wait to follow his career (he's not even 40 years old yet and has already directed 3 really good / weird as hell films in The VVitch, The Lighthouse and The Northman)


(and yeah, I've been on a Drinker kick lately lol)
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Baby Lee 11:42 AM 05-20-2022
Intriguing


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BigRichard 05:05 PM 05-20-2022
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
Intriguing

That definitely looks like a trippy movie.
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Stryker 05:43 PM 05-20-2022
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
Intriguing

I like it! A traditional you only have 3 wishes movie. This could be either really, really good or stupid. Banking on the really, really good! :-)
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KCUnited 07:14 AM 05-29-2022
Operation Mincemeat is a good watch.

Felt they could've dialed up the tension a bit more but overall I thought it was well done.
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Fish 04:16 PM 06-02-2022
:-)


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BlackOp 04:49 PM 06-02-2022
Alex Garland (Ex-Machina, Annihilation, 28 Days Later) has a new A24 flick out called "Men" .

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13841850/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
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BlackOp 04:57 PM 06-02-2022
Originally Posted by sully1983:
The Northman was utterly incredible! The cinematography showing off the vast terrain of Iceland was amazing to see.

Violent af, weird af, trippy af, epic af, intense af etc etc . The Northman was like a combination of Gladiator / Braveheart on shrooms. And I mean that in the most sincere way. It definitely won't be a lot of movie goers' cup of tea but I loved every second of it.

The director (Robert Eggers) is a flat out genius with the amount of detail he puts into his films (whether it be the art direction, costumes, authentic dialogue, long tracking shots that build tons of tension etc etc) Just an incredible young director and I can't wait to follow his career (he's not even 40 years old yet and has already directed 3 really good / weird as hell films in The VVitch, The Lighthouse and The Northman)
Nice...loved his other films. The end of Lighthouse was about the closest I've seen to Lynch...kind of Ingmar Bergman/Lynch hybrid..

Glad to hear its as good as I would expect....
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PackerinMo 06:29 PM 06-02-2022
I saw Ghostbusters: Afterlife 2021. Not bad, way better than the other abomination.

Carrie Coon as zuul. Wow:-) Just wish she was zuul for a few more scenes though.
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Baby Lee 01:52 AM 06-23-2022
I think it's fair to say this trailer earned a coveted 'Schnikes!!'

Looks like a bajillion times better than it has any business being. . .


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