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Old 05.27.2012, 01:22 PM   #16041
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I picked up a documentary called man on wire

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Old 05.27.2012, 03:04 PM   #16042
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Old 05.27.2012, 03:28 PM   #16044
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I've always had fun watching this. It's more of a nostalgia thing... I watched it a million times as a kid. It's pretty cheesy though.

Batman and Robin has to be one of the worst movies I've ever seen though. It's a shame because it's another one I enjoyed when I was a kid. I guess it's kind of fun to laugh at.... nipples on the bat suit, steroid bane, arnold's "ice" puns. Funny thing is that I think Schumacher really thought people would take it seriously, as opposed to just embracing the silliness which is done much better in the old tv show. One thing I admire is how every director has given a very original approach to Batman, whether it worked or not.
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I love that documentary.


Yeah it's great. I really like how it goes in depth with the whole planning to get to the top of the building stuff. There's great footage of him walking across the wire on numerous locations and I kind of found his story inspiring. I'm quite afraid of heights so I have a lot of respect for the guy for risking a lot (evidently his life being the main one) to fulfill his dream. It's a beautiful documentary.
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Old 05.27.2012, 03:49 PM   #16046
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Yeah, I actually found it quite moving. As you say, very inspiring. One of the ultimate feel-good movies I think.
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Old 05.27.2012, 04:18 PM   #16047
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I'm really surprised that you rated Stagefright so much higher than The Church. I'm quite a big Michele Soavi fan but I think Stagefright's one of those films that only seemed to get going in the last 15 minutes, whereas I thought The Church, though less brilliant than the end of Stagefright was much more watchable overall. The Church was the film that started me thinking that Argento might ultimately be a better producer than he is a director.

I would've sworn that Sabrina Salerno was in Stagefright, as one of the dancers, but I can't seem to find any mention of it anywhere.

Have you seen Mario Bava's Shock (sometimes called Beyond the Door 2)? If you liked Macabre it's also written by Lamberto Bava. A really underrated movie I think and probably the best role Daria Nicolodi's ever had.

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I don't know why I still haven't seen a Mario Bava film.. at least I can't remember seeing one. Stagefright is the title of like 3 films isn't it? for a long time I was meaning to see the Soavi release. I've seen the one by Hitchcock (yeah, it has a space between but it's the same shit) and one that I got from here http://www.jon-jost.com/work/stagefright.html which in it's own way is probably the most disturbing experience (at least in certain moments) for me watching a movie.

as for Mario Bava, I think I'd like planet of the vampires. There's a movie I saw last year which I could've sworn was directed by him... I remember one particular shot that stuck with me. A man talking directly at the camera with the color of the sky around him. Then the entire picture starts moving in a wave-like motion, revealing the picture to be the man's reflection in the water. I think it was a narrator or something. Can't remember the name of it.
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Old 05.27.2012, 05:01 PM   #16049
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I can't think what that film could be but the great with Bava is he made films to suit almost every taste. There's the traditional gothic stuff (Black Sunday), the campy stuff (Danger Diabolik, the Dr Goldfoot films), the gialli (Blood and Black Lace), the artier, more surreal horror stuff (Lisa and the Devil); the ultra violent stuff (Rabid Dogs) and pretty much everything else.

I like Planet of the Vampires but don't know if I'd recommend it as someones first Bava film. I'd say Danger Diabolik and Lisa and the Devil are better for getting a glimpse of what he's generally about. And if you like the 60s Batman TV series, you really have to see Danger Diabolik.
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Old 05.27.2012, 10:16 PM   #16050
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Old 05.28.2012, 03:12 AM   #16051
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I'm sure I read somewhere that she's meant to be quite a fucked up individual. She seems to have been marginalised even within the Adult industry so I doubt if the mainstream would want to touch her. I think with a lot of them, their lifestyle and attitude is more of a hindrance to them progressing their career than their association with porn. There are a few I've seen where I've thought they could work well in the mainstream, then the stories come out about their fucked up personalities, drug excesses, etc. Not saying none of those occur in mainstream Hollywood, obviously, but I suppose it has enough problems of its own to deal with without having to cope with a lot of the human wreckage that gravitates towards the porn industry.


Fucked up individual - how exactly?

 



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I can't think what that film could be but the great with Bava is he made films to suit almost every taste. There's the traditional gothic stuff (Black Sunday), the campy stuff (Danger Diabolik, the Dr Goldfoot films), the gialli (Blood and Black Lace), the artier, more surreal horror stuff (Lisa and the Devil); the ultra violent stuff (Rabid Dogs) and pretty much everything else.

I like Planet of the Vampires but don't know if I'd recommend it as someones first Bava film. I'd say Danger Diabolik and Lisa and the Devil are better for getting a glimpse of what he's generally about. And if you like the 60s Batman TV series, you really have to see Danger Diabolik.


Planet of the Vampires and Blood and Black Lace are fantastic films.
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Old 05.28.2012, 05:34 PM   #16053
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Fucked up individual - how exactly?

I'm sure I read somewhere that she had some falling out with the industry over some kind of drug-related lifestyle issues. Although I haven't found anything to substantiate it on a search I just did. She changed her image for a while and went pretty much all-out goth/fetish and was almost unrecognizable from her previous, more clean-cut/nerdy/manga look. So maybe the rumour was started by some disgruntled fan of the 'old Ariel' who took her new image as an indication that she was on drugs, or something. She also changed website and I know some site owners spread rumours about girls who, for whatever reason, stop working for them. She got an AVN nomination last year so I'm guessing things can't be all bad for her.
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Old 05.29.2012, 03:57 AM   #16055
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I'm really surprised that you rated Stagefright so much higher than The Church. I'm quite a big Michele Soavi fan but I think Stagefright's one of those films that only seemed to get going in the last 15 minutes, whereas I thought The Church, though less brilliant than the end of Stagefright was much more watchable overall. The Church was the film that started me thinking that Argento might ultimately be a better producer than he is a director.

I would've sworn that Sabrina Salerno was in Stagefright, as one of the dancers, but I can't seem to find any mention of it anywhere.

Have you seen Mario Bava's Shock (sometimes called Beyond the Door 2)? If you liked Macabre it's also written by Lamberto Bava. A really underrated movie I think and probably the best role Daria Nicolodi's ever had.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbkqUk90U6I

Stagefright is the only Michele Soavi movie I've watched other than The Church so far. I found The Church’s story to be kind of tedious, or maybe I should simply say its execution, plus it’s filmed in a style too slick for my liking. Add to that that I am generally suspicious of movie ingredients such as witches, churches or any medieval imagery unless they are in films at least 40 years old or documentaries, and it didn’t make for fun viewing. I appreciated the references to ‘’Tenebre’’ in Stagefright, and I thought the movie’s pace made it flow quite nicely. Considering the story is pretty straightforward and there are no standout acting skills throughout it, personally I thought the setting held its own more convincingly than in a movie like Opera, where only a couple of really good scenes happen in front of the theatre’s stage, and most of the interesting action takes place away from it. Also, Opera’s ending is one of those WTF moments. When I last watched the movie with Melly the end made for a good ˝ hour laugh.

I can’t find anything about Sabrina Salerno’s connection to Stagefright even on Italian websites. Didn’t she use to go out with Raoul Bova for a while? Maybe that’s the link between her and Michele Soavi. I had started watching ‘’Shock’’ a while ago but for some reason I was distracted by something and missed almost all of it. Will definitely re-visit it.
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I can't think what that film could be but the great with Bava is he made films to suit almost every taste. There's the traditional gothic stuff (Black Sunday), the campy stuff (Danger Diabolik, the Dr Goldfoot films), the gialli (Blood and Black Lace), the artier, more surreal horror stuff (Lisa and the Devil); the ultra violent stuff (Rabid Dogs) and pretty much everything else.

I like Planet of the Vampires but don't know if I'd recommend it as someones first Bava film. I'd say Danger Diabolik and Lisa and the Devil are better for getting a glimpse of what he's generally about. And if you like the 60s Batman TV series, you really have to see Danger Diabolik.

I think you nailed all the ''key'' Bava movies there pretty well. Rabid Dogs wipes off Tarantino's entire movie career in one long, low-budget car ride.

Did you ever watch this short but sweet documentary about ''Danger Diabolik''? Interesting comparisons made by Stephen R. Bisette between Bava's framing of images in a comic-like movie context and ''Batman'' and ''Barbarella''.
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Haha. Non-porn related but still sexy as hell, watched this last night ...

 


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I know Adam's a massive De Palma fan but don't recall reading his views on this. Besides maybe Body Double, this is maybe DePalma's most explicitly Hitchcockian movie (at least for me), although it's hyper stylised feel does remind me more of some of Bava's/Argento's Giallo movies (themselves obviously deeply influenced by Hitchcock, obviously). So a case of DePalma trying to be Argento, trying to be Bava, trying to be Hitchcock (who was probably only trying to be Fritz Lang). If that makes sense.
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Stagefright is the only Michele Soavi movie I've watched other than The Church so far. I found The Church’s story to be kind of tedious, or maybe I should simply say its execution, plus it’s filmed in a style too slick for my liking. Add to that that I am generally suspicious of movie ingredients such as witches, churches or any medieval imagery unless they are in films at least 40 years old or documentaries, and it didn’t make for fun viewing. I appreciated the references to ‘’Tenebre’’ in Stagefright, and I thought the movie’s pace made it flow quite nicely. Considering the story is pretty straightforward and there are no standout acting skills throughout it, personally I thought the setting held its own more convincingly than in a movie like Opera, where only a couple of really good scenes happen in front of the theatre’s stage, and most of the interesting action takes place away from it. Also, Opera’s ending is one of those WTF moments. When I last watched the movie with Melly the end made for a good ˝ hour laugh.

I can’t find anything about Sabrina Salerno’s connection to Stagefright even on Italian websites. Didn’t she use to go out with Raoul Bova for a while? Maybe that’s the link between her and Michele Soavi. I had started watching ‘’Shock’’ a while ago but for some reason I was distracted by something and missed almost all of it. Will definitely re-visit it.

*spoiler alert*

isn't the ending to Opera where the main character suddenly appears in a forest, and the man she seemingly killed in the fire shows up to kill her? it was very bizarre, and even included something about a lizard if I'm not mistaken. I'll have to watch it again but I remember this throwing me off guard. I think Argento may have intended it to be a joke or something. I have the dvd somewhere that includes this little documentary on the making of the film... which is worth a watch if you enjoyed the movie. It may very well be my favorite thing he's directed.
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