Kinda spoiled me for cinema experiences. Some movies just set the bar quite high for that big picture experience. it's movies like those that keep me going.
Nice, glad you enjoyed it. As many people already mentioned the second one is also worth a watch and if I remember correctly plenty more ridiculous kills.
Basically. Some justified it as a horror movie, but frankly, it was just outright creepy shit.
I like Lynch's Lost Highway - has a good Twin Peaks vibe
From reading spoilers I think the worst bit is that some people may interpret it as a romance. Fucked up.
Check up on what her lawyer ended up doing last year; robbing settlements from plane crash victims to pay for his wife’s pop star fantasy
Will definitely watch it at some point!
Alarmingly, I can see how in the age of 4chan logic, I can see how it was green lit. You don't have to reach far to see how messed up it is really. Her options started at 0 and and ended as such. Let me put a gun to your head in a zero sum game. Future will not be kind to that movie.
Wonder Boys - Curtis Hanson.
Great movie on Iplayer.
@ltc well worth a watch.
Shirley on Curzon home cinema - fantastic. Beautiful cinematography and great characterisation, quite dark and occasionally dream-like.
Werke Ohn Autor/Never Look Away
Harrowing in parts, but brilliant.
Same director as The Lives of Others.
Walk The Line for the first time last night. Enjoyed it very much. Thought Joaquin's singing was very good.
Great film, Joaquin is a superb actor.
Yeah. He really is. He even made Inherent Vice enjoyable.
The Master is still likely my favourite performance of his.
Yes - The Master.
Well worth catching him in Her and The Sisters Brothers, If you haven't seen them already
Thanks, hadn't heard of the latter, but have seen the former. I'll check it out!
Unfortunately theirs are also shit. :(
Gone for once upon a time in America, unlikely to finish it tonight, but what a belter.
I haven't seen that in years. I remember renting it on DVD and my mind being blown when I had to pop the second disc in.
What are good snowy films? I normally go for The Shining or The Thing but have seen them both too recently for a rewatch!
Same for Snowpiercer.
Day after tomorrow
The Thing (2011 prequel style)
James Bond pushed for another 6 months again, the backlog of films is going to be insane at this rate.
Top Gun and Ghostbusters I really wish they would just release.
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