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Review the most recent film you've seen
#61


Été '85

Very good.
Not exactly the film I was expecting.. but very very good.
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#62


Everybody seems to love this, it's got an 8.1 rating on imdb but it just wasn't for me. Quite apart from the fact that I'm not a jazz fan, the entire time I was watching this I was constantly wondering: "When did Pixar get so preachy?"

The animation is wonderful, the characters are OK, but the storyline was meh. It's probably me and you'll love it.
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#63


I liked this a whole lot more than I thought I would. The story is a mess but the movie is completely redeemed by the actors, all of them do a great job, the two young actors in particular.
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#64


This was on a list of movies that were bettter than their reputation. That list was clearly, very, very wrong. I don't think I've ever seen this many famous actors in such a terrible movie.
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#65
Last night I watched The White Crow (2018), the story about Rudolf Nureyev and his defection in 1961.
Oleg Ivenko who plays the part is a professional Russian ballet dancer himself and is stunningly handsome. Fancy  His looks also resemble Nureyev somewhat.
Some beautiful dance scenes in the film too.
Raphael Personnaz ain't bad either.
The only one to get his dick out was Louis Hofmann.

I gave the film 5/5 Netflix stars. Approve

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#66
Does it have to be recent movie? I just watched a movie from 1972 from the USSR (fellow oldies will remember what that was a thing) called “Solaris”.

I loved the book and the Soderbergh(sp?) adaptation in around 2002, but Tarkovski’s take is fabulous if youre into hard sf films.
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#67
I watched The White Crow a couple of weeks ago. Enjoyed it more than I thought. It’s on iPlayer atm too
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#68
(18-02-2021, 03:37 PM)Welsh Cake Wrote: I watched The White Crow a couple of weeks ago. Enjoyed it more than I thought.

Same here.
The dvd has some extras worth watching:
"The making of" and Q&A with Ralph Fiennes and Oleg Ivenko. Fancy
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#69
Twas on at Xmas wasn't it
I 'taped' it. Might give it a watch laterz
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(18-02-2021, 03:02 PM)Ligotti Wrote: Does it have to be recent movie? I just watched a movie from 1972 from the USSR (fellow oldies will remember what that was a thing) called “Solaris”.

I loved the book and the Soderbergh(sp?) adaptation in around 2002, but  Tarkovski’s take is fabulous if youre into hard sf films.

Terrific film, very deep and interesting.  There's often a view that it was the Soviet answer to 2001: A Space Odyssey and maybe in some ways it was, but I found Solaris quite unique really - fascinating, and I need to watch it a few more times to get what it really means about life and people.
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(18-02-2021, 08:37 PM)Green Circle Wrote:
(18-02-2021, 03:02 PM)Ligotti Wrote: Does it have to be recent movie? I just watched a movie from 1972 from the USSR (fellow oldies will remember what that was a thing) called “Solaris”.

I loved the book and the Soderbergh(sp?) adaptation in around 2002, but  Tarkovski’s take is fabulous if youre into hard sf films.

Terrific film, very deep and interesting.  There's often a view that it was the Soviet answer to 2001: A Space Odyssey and maybe in some ways it was, but I found Solaris quite unique really - fascinating, and I need to watch it a few more times to get what it really means about life and people.

Thanks for the recommendation.  I've added it to my Netflix queue.
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#72
I hope you enjoy it, Parsi.

The Ruskies make some fabulous films.
Has anyone else seen “How I ended this summer”? It was a Russian film released in 2010 and I found it quite riveting.
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#73
(19-02-2021, 04:15 AM)Ligotti Wrote: The Ruskies make some fabulous films.
Has anyone else seen “How I ended this summer”? It was a Russian film released in 2010 and I found it quite riveting.

I've added this one to my queue too.
You've got me interested in Russian films. LOL
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#74
I'll give that a watch too - looks good!
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#75
Silk Road 2021

Screen caps: Nick Robinson - scruffy look, nipples, feet

The movie is barely watchable. It does not doing anything to engage the audience and you ended up not caring what happen to any of the characters. It does not really dive into why Ross made Silk Road...his ideal, vision, motivation...nothing. And how did he turn from a good student to someone ordering a hit. Nick Robinson has tried his best to inject some life into the character but the writing does not give him anything worthwhile to work with. 


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#76
(18-02-2021, 05:43 PM)Parsifal Wrote:
(18-02-2021, 03:37 PM)Welsh Cake Wrote: I watched The White Crow a couple of weeks ago. Enjoyed it more than I thought.

Same here.
The dvd has some extras worth watching:
"The making of" and Q&A with Ralph Fiennes and Oleg Ivenko. Fancy

There is one scene in the film (The White Crow) that I didn't understand.
When it flashed back to his childhood and he was walking with his father in the forest the father made a fire and told young Rudolf to stay there and wait for him.  Then it got dark and the fire was almost out and Rudolf started yelling: "Papa!  Papa!" and nothing developed from there.  What was that about?  Did the father (deliberately) desert him in the forest?  The next scene, as I recall, was a flash back to Paris and the scene in the forest wasn't further developed? Undecided
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#77
Yeah I assume he was just left to find his way back.. to either toughen him up or kill him off if he was a weakling.

But you're right, it didn't explain it at all.
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#78


Does any movie need to be longer than 4 hours??? Certainly not one as disjointed as this one. Yes, it is better than the theatrical cut, Cyborg's storyline especially is much improved. I still - and that hasn't changed - hate the bumbling clumsy Flash, though that's more the script than the actor.
I watched a youtube clip of the major differences and there were indeed a few scenes that I said, "oh yeah", that's changed". Quite of few of the changes went unexplained though. I'm sure the fans will hate me, but as far as I'm concerned it made a below average movie slightly better and twice as long.
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#79
Just watched Sound of Metal and that was one HELL of a film. Riz is of course the star and does a really masterful job, but the key character was the man running a sort of halfway house for deaf people. He's not deaf in real life but both of his parents were, and he became the heart of the movie for me. A grounded, fatherly, tour de force of understated, quiet emotion.

The sound mixing, while rarely a focus of most moviegoers, was revelatory. I've never heard deafness and hearing problems so chillingly "real," and it was all due to ingenious mixing. Truly a labor of love.
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#80
Picked up on a couple of LGBTQ items on Prime Video tonight

'I'm a Porn Star: Gay 4 Pay' and 'Scrum Coming Out to Play' both worthy watches. Give them a run out.
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