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« Reply #7560 on: February 15, 2010, 06:03:52 AM »

As Tears Go By (1988) - 7.5/10
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My DVR fucked up once again and stopped recording when the protagonist is lying on the ground and has just been shot in the head. Does it end there? I watched an "alternative" ending on Youtube but what's the official ending?

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« Reply #7561 on: February 15, 2010, 08:04:22 AM »

Summertime - 8/10 - 2nd viewing.

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« Reply #7562 on: February 15, 2010, 12:49:15 PM »

Haven't been on in a while, but here I am.
I haven't been watching movies consistently lately, but I did see most of Pollock on TV. I thought Ed Harris did an admirable acting job, and the film was really well done, but unfortunately I still don't see the value in Pollock's art. Still, I'd watch it a second time, but not anytime soon.

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« Reply #7563 on: February 15, 2010, 12:53:23 PM »

Paranormal Activity (2007) - 6/10

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« Reply #7564 on: February 15, 2010, 02:07:31 PM »

Haven't been on in a while, but here I am.
I haven't been watching movies consistently lately, but I did see most of Pollock on TV. I thought Ed Harris did an admirable acting job, and the film was really well done, but unfortunately I still don't see the value in Pollock's art. Still, I'd watch it a second time, but not anytime soon.
I like Harris, and I liked Pollock. Hell, it provides another chance to look at Jennifer Connelly. As far as Pollock's art, well, I like it, although with the same equipment I'm pretty sure I could turn out comparable work.

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« Reply #7565 on: February 15, 2010, 04:05:32 PM »

As Tears Go By (1988) - 7.5/10
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My DVR fucked up once again and stopped recording when the protagonist is lying on the ground and has just been shot in the head. Does it end there? I watched an "alternative" ending on Youtube but what's the official ending?

I don't think anything else happens after that but I've only seen it once.

The Sandlot - 7/10 - I hadn't seen this since I was a kid, when I watched it every other week (or so it seemed). It instills the same feeling of nostalgia and affection that Stand By Me seems to for a lot of people - not that I can relate 100% to the characters and events (though our neighborhood did play a lot of pick-up baseball games back in the day), but that it does a near-perfect job of representing childhood. Lots of silly, innocent fun, and I was pleasantly surprised that I still enjoy it.

I agree but I feel Stand By Me is a better movie, though I relate to both for different reasons.

Sandlot: My friends and I played baseball every single day as 9/10 year olds.

Stand By Me: Those journeys/adventures as kids, though we never searched for a corpse--my biggest regret.

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« Reply #7566 on: February 16, 2010, 09:43:25 AM »

Dirty Harry 9/10 That's mostly based on my enjoyment of the film  Tongue

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« Reply #7567 on: February 16, 2010, 03:40:05 PM »

Dirty Harry 9/10 That's mostly based on my enjoyment of the film  Tongue

On what else should be based?

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« Reply #7568 on: February 16, 2010, 07:06:42 PM »


Gotti (1996) - 6 to 6.5 / 10

Godfather/Goodfellas/pick a Mafia flick of your choice for TV.

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« Reply #7569 on: February 16, 2010, 10:22:57 PM »

I liked Dirty Harry a lot although it's dated and the message is somewhat questionable. Haven't bothered with the sequels.

The first sequel isn't bad.

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« Reply #7570 on: February 16, 2010, 11:30:23 PM »

Carve Her Name With Pride - 8/10 - Pretty good WWII espionage flick wtih Virginia McKenna as real-life Brit spy Violette Szabo. Directed by Lewis Gilbert, who did HMS Defiant and various Bond flicks, it's a fairly restrained, gritty and dark film that avoids most of the expected genre cliches, with only two action scenes, fairly modest heroics and a grim, understated finale. McKenna gives a wonderfully subdued performance, pretty but not glamorous, mundane yet heroic, easily carrying the film. A "young" Paul Scofield looks and sounds as craggy as usual, Noel Willman is a slimy Gestapo man, Jack Warner and Billie Whitelaw have good supporting roles, and Michael Caine has a bit part. Definitely worth a look.

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« Reply #7571 on: February 17, 2010, 01:01:01 AM »

The American Friend (1977) - 9/10

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« Reply #7572 on: February 18, 2010, 01:37:34 AM »

Gloria (1980) - 7.5/10

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« Reply #7573 on: February 18, 2010, 08:47:00 AM »

Germany: Year Zero - 8/10 - Very good, but God how depressing.

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« Reply #7574 on: February 18, 2010, 11:45:09 AM »

Germany: Year Zero - 8/10 - Very good, but God how depressing.
Huh. I recently got the War Trilogy and started going through it. Rome Open City was OK, nothing special, and Paisan I couldn't finish. I never got to Germany: Year Zero, but maybe now I should jump ahead and try it. I like the fact that it's got the restored German audio track.

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