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 on: March 10, 2018, 06:14:55 PM 
Started by PowerRR - Last post by PowerRR

Like making shitty movies?
wow you love sucking DJs cock don’t you little boy?

 on: March 10, 2018, 05:29:07 PM 
Started by PowerRR - Last post by noodles_leone
Brazil is a masterpiece.

 on: March 10, 2018, 05:17:45 PM 
Started by PowerRR - Last post by drinkanddestroy
He has better things to do.

Like making shitty movies?

 on: March 10, 2018, 11:52:44 AM 
Started by Moorman - Last post by Moorman
After seeing The Great Silence, my list got shook up at the top.  Here is my revised top 5 of all time.  My Darling Clementine jumps one spot over The Oxbow Incident.  The rest of my top 20 stays the same with the exception of The Fastest Gun Alive dropping off into honorable mention because of the inclusion of The Great Silence to my list.

1.  The Great Silence
2.  Once Upon a Time in the West
3.  My Darling Clementine
4.  The Oxbow Incident
5.  High Noon

 on: March 10, 2018, 11:43:36 AM 
Started by dave jenkins - Last post by Moorman
There is only ONE Butch:

And no way he survived this:

 on: March 10, 2018, 11:39:22 AM 
Started by cigar joe - Last post by Moorman
The GREATEST Western EVER.   I let this marinate for a while and yes, thats my opinion.  Even better than Once Upon a Time in the West...

 on: March 09, 2018, 07:19:17 PM 
Started by cigar joe - Last post by T.H.
I've been waiting years for this release, it's definitely worth the 60 USD. Thanks for posting this Jenkins.

I wonder if the extras will be in PAL or not. It doesn't matter if they are since I... eventually will get a region free player and I love all five of those movies to varying degrees.

 on: March 09, 2018, 04:40:45 PM 
Started by morrison-dylan-fan - Last post by morrison-dylan-fan
Seen at cinema 6/10


Going to do some shopping for Easter in Birmingham,I decided to take a look at what was screening at the oldest cinema in the UK (The Electric.) Previously hearing about her from the infamous walk-off on the interesting Western Jane Got A Gun,I was intrigued to find writer/director Lynne Ramsay's new title being screened,which led to me finding out if you were really here.

View on the film:

Backed by the unsettling, screeching hum of Jonny Greenwood's Industrial score,writer/director Lynne Ramsay & cinematographer Thomas Townend wash the filth from the street in grainy digital, that gives the movie a visceral grubby atmosphere, as Joe searches backstreet buildings covered in grime,and the short,sharp shots of violence burn in dried red. Tracking Joe's shattered glass mind, Ramsay reflects his past in jagged flashbacks, with the rough edges strongly suggesting,but not fully revealing,what was there in Joe's childhood.

Caked in a scraggy beard, Joaquin Phoenix gives an excellent performance as Joe,whose Noir loner outlook is fuelled by Phoenix giving Joe a dead to the world gaze,which strikes with each hammer blow he gives to the scum of the earth. Finding an empathetic connection with Nina, (played by a very good Ekaterina Samsonov) Phoenix allows Joe to express care for Nina,whilst always remaining aware of the tar-pit they are trapped in.  Taking the wheel from Jonathan Ames’s novel,the screenplay by Ramsay aims to examine the psychological side of Joe,but misses the mark with consistent “borrowing” from Taxi Driver. Suggesting that Joe is a damaged war vet,Ramsay is unable to avoid drawing from Taxi Driver’s child prostitute,pimps,loners and corrupt politicians in the most empty manner possible,with Ramsay failing to give any additional depth to the themes explored in Taxi. Weaving flashbacks to Joe’s abusive childhood, Ramsay’s attempt to give Joe a psychological depth disappointingly fails to fully alight, due to Joe’s fight to protect Nina not becoming fully thread with his own past,which was never really here…  

 on: March 09, 2018, 03:40:25 PM 
Started by cigar joe - Last post by dave jenkins
Which I don't need these discs to be, as I have a region-free player  Azn
Which is totally irrelevant, as I am committed to notifying you of region-free releases every day for the rest of your life.

 on: March 09, 2018, 03:38:06 PM 
Started by PowerRR - Last post by dave jenkins
Terrence Malick, tell these SLWB-haters to fuck off!
He has better things to do.

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