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Movie comments, outbursts, quips and general chatter

Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by Alphableat, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. Literally one of my favorite movies from childhood. I surround myself with people I find intellectually stimulating.
     
  2. I love My Girl. It really should have been on my list for the Movie Rate. That scene is so heartbreaking.
     
  3. I also rewatched it recently for the first time in decades, and I was a wreck by the end.

    I also rewatched the sequel, which...still not great.
     
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  4. Great film which dealt with some pretty difficult subjects.

    Imagine being a parent in 1991 going to the cinemas. "Oh, look. This looks cute. It's got the kid from Uncle Buck and Home Alone. And I love that classic song from The Temptations."

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    Then actually watching the film until the end credits and having to have that talk with your kids.

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  5. Blimey - if you haven’t seen Bait yet it’s on All4 for 5 more days.

    Brooding intensity doesn’t even come close!
     
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  7. RIP Jessica Campbell (1982-2020)

     
  8. Such an incredible performance. A heartbreaking loss.
     
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  9. I ended up watching Orphans followed by Trainspotting today.
    I appear to be falling into a Scottish cinema hole, might have to do rewatch of Local Hero at some point.
     
  10. Someboy

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    I knew that Hathaway / Eljifor movie was going to suck, and it’s getting rightfully taken down by critics.

    Doug Liman, make a good movie again challenge, do that challenge.
     
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  11. Praise be! Let me go watch GO for the millionth time to cleanse my palate.
     
  12. My god, I watched Go! at the cinema. In America. Aged 19. It remains the most gloriously 90s movie that exists.

    And Timothy Olyphant shirtless in a Santa hat. And gay Scott Wolf. And so much more. God I love that film.

    Pulp Fiction could never....
     
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  13. I actually was thinking this the other day and I’ve just seen a tweet echoing my thoughts. Does anyone feel like CGI is getting worse? I swear some movies nowadays actually look so rubbish, and yet some movies from a decade ago still look fantastic. What’s going on? Anyone else agree?
     
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  14. After watching Wonder Woman 1984 I’d definitely say yes.
     
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  15. That was a classic, that was a classic...

    Seriously, the idea that anyone wants pandemic-related films when we're still fucking living it. Read the room.
     
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  16. The score for Jupiter Ascending came on while I was studying and now I need to watch it??? I know it's not the best film, but I sometimes love some of that Jupiter Ascending / Cloud Atlas / Valerian / Sucker Punch excessive fantasy to get through the day ññ

    Anyway, stan Giacchino!

     
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  17. Last night I watched Uncle Frank and I was in tears by the end. Such a good movie.
     
  18. I watched Promising Young Woman today. I've never understood when people say they can't stop thinking about a film, but I haven't stopped thinking about this one since the credits rolled.
     
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  19. Either less talented artists are being hired simply because they are charging more, or the studios are purposefully cutting costs?
     
  20. I still love watching films like Cat People, John Carpenter's The Thing and An American Werewolf in London and being impressed by the practical special effects.

    Though I watched Terminator 2 again the other night and the CGI still slaps.
     
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