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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2006 2:44 pm 
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[quote author=aquabot link=board=tv-film;num=1052789170;start=390#402 date=02/25/06 at 12:56:20]Good, I didn't even recognize Charlize Theron, I knew the case of the real Aileen, impressive movie by a young director. I recommend watching it.<br><br>Can't talk more, I've got to go, Bye Aspy.[/quote]<br><br>Yeah I've seen it and thought it was good too. I couldnt believe how different she looked. She put weight on for that role didnt she? You would never believe it was the same person!<br>Image<br>Image

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 7:04 am 
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I always loved the "Klaatu barada nikto" parts in Army of Darkness. Was fun to finaly see the movie where its originaly from<br><br>[center]Image[/center]

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 10:24 am 
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One of my fav movies...its just great!<br><br>Image<br><br>IB ;D

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:47 am 
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Sideways.......Quite a charming film, read the book so figured Id watch.....Not great, but entertaining....


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 6:48 pm 
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<br><br> 'serenity'...by the joss wheadon guy<br><br> 'visitor Q'- takashi miike...a japanese family exhibiting just about every fault,perversion, drama you could imagine...if you include necrophillia as a current problem in the modern family<br>


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I hate movies, but Dead End was PRETTY good.  It was more like a Twilight Zone episode than a movie.<br><br>vcf

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2006 5:07 am 
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[center]Image[/center]<br><br>Another great classic  :)

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2006 3:52 pm 
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<br><br>eccellente!<br><br><br> 'peeping tom' is indeed a classic!<br>apparently it pissed Hitchcock off as it was released just before 'psycho'...he was worried it would steal some of the attention...


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 11:39 am 
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had a big movieparty this weekend  :)<br><br>Image Image Image Image Image<br><br>Bubba ho tep was dissapointing, I love bruce Campbell but this movie sucked.. I didnt see the last 20 min of it, just got enough<br>Videodrome is a movie I have been waiting a long time to see, and yes this was a real creapy film  :-/

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[quote author=massimo link=board=tv-film;num=1052789170;start=405#417 date=03/04/06 at 17:52:34]<br><br>eccellente!<br><br><br> 'peeping tom' is indeed a classic!<br>apparently it pissed Hitchcock off as it was released just before 'psycho'...he was worried it would steal some of the attention...[/quote]<br><br>One thing is sure, and that is that Peeping Tom took a lot more attention from me than Psycho did.<br>I never realy liked psycho<br>

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[center][quote author=knepo link=board=tv-film;num=1052789170;start=405#418 date=03/05/06 at 13:39:37]Bubba ho tep was dissapointing, I love bruce Campbell but this movie sucked.[/quote]<br><br>I completely disagree with ya there. The movie's excellent. 8)<br><br>[quote author=knepo link=board=tv-film;num=1052789170;start=405#419 date=03/05/06 at 13:41:01]I never realy liked psycho[/quote]<br><br>Psycho is one of the best horror movies ever made, if not the best. 8)[/center]

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Image<br>Back of the net!!!! Heheh great film, even for the millionth time around. ;D

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[quote author=Arkay link=board=tv-film;num=1052789170;start=420#421 date=03/05/06 at 17:17:33]<br>I liked Bubba as well.  Psycho may be a great movie, but Peeping Tom is one of my favorites of all time.  It was the first non-concert/music DVD I purchased upon getting a DVD player.[/quote]<br><br>Yeah....Peeping Tom is one creepy movie. Great Camera work, weird subject matter (snuff movies for sexual gratification ?), disfigured models, muredered prostitutes. Masterfully directed by Micheal Powell and all in gloriious Technicolor. Savaged by the critics of the time (1960). I would'nt mind betting that this film shook the British cinema going public to the core. Great stuff.<br>Image<br>Image<br>Image<br>

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The Terminal. Was ok. Quite charming, if a little OTT and predictable....


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I saw "The Dreamers" (NC-17 version) last night. Excellent film. Good to find something like this once in a while. 8)

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this movie is not new to me but its a hell of a movie.<br>Image

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[quote author=Arkay link=board=tv-film;num=1052789170;start=420#427 date=03/07/06 at 14:16:05]OK, this probably won't translate really well, but I'll give it a shot...<br><br>For me, Peeping Tom is a study in documentation.  As someone who loves to record, I instinctively respond to the lead character.  It generally creates more questions than answers, but for me, that is the nature of a great film.  It makes me take a new look at myself and the world around me.  Here's some questions that Peeping Tom raises:<br><br>1.  Why do I like to record audio?<br>2.  What makes an authentic performance?<br>3.  What elements of performance combine to create believability or high levels of intensity?<br>4.  How is pleasure translated across medium?<br>5.  How is perspective slanted to face a subject for documentation and how does that relate artistically?<br>6.  What effect does surprise or lack thereof have on the reception of a recorded document?<br>7.  Can emotion be "acted" (performed in song etc... ) without actually invoking the desired emotion and/or Is simply performing an emotional piece "close enough" (playing all notes "correctly" ect...)  so why go farther?<br>8.  Where does Fear rate in the inventory of emotions?<br>9.  How far should one go for their art/science?<br>10.  How much of art/science is compulsory and/or voluntary?<br>..............[/quote]<br><br>Wow!! that sure makes my little posting look well naff, but it is a powerful film :)<br>

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