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Old 09.24.2012, 09:35 AM   #16261
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Last Days Here - story of Bobby Liebling, lead singer of Pantagram

Wow...




Hits So Hard - story if Patty Schemel, drummer of hole. I think that I'd really like to be friends with Patty. She's my kind of person.

Did you know that Hole fans are either gay or angry females with life-issues? C-Hole said so.
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Old 09.26.2012, 11:17 AM   #16262
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Alright.

Found a pdf for an early draft of THE MASTER (entitled UNTITLED SCIENTOLOGY PROJECT or something like that).

PM me your e-mail and I'll send it off.
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Old 09.26.2012, 11:40 AM   #16263
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Old 09.27.2012, 01:37 PM   #16264
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There Will Be Blood

I like the first couple of thirds of this film a lot but it just becomes a bit ridiculous towards the end, as DD Lewis starts to slowly turn into Klaus Kinski in a Herzog movie. It's like Boogie Nights with Alfred Milona in every scene. Those kinds of performances work best for me in brief bursts rather than dominating an entire film. It's the same problem Scorsese had casting Lewis in Gangs of New York. It all just becomes a vehicle for him to show off his acting chops. Definitely my least favourite PT Anderson film so far - given that I've not yet seen The Master.
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Old 09.27.2012, 01:59 PM   #16265
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I'm going to be watching tons of films by Luis Bunuel

L'Age'd'Or
Exterminating Angel
Belle De Jour
Viridiana


and so on

Interesting to know what you think of those. Bunuel is one of those directors I have masses of respect for but tend to find most of his actual films a bit hard going and, if truth be told, slightly disappointing. One of those 'great' directors I just can't seem to get into. It's especially frustrating because I really do want to like his movies.
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Old 09.27.2012, 02:01 PM   #16266
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Last Days Here - story of Bobby Liebling, lead singer of Pantagram

Wow...

I had no idea such a thing even existed. Definitely a must see.
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Old 09.27.2012, 02:05 PM   #16267
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I don't know what that first bit means, but will do ASAP

it's, i think, the best spelling it could get out of google from "i will fuck you up" in afrikaans. it's, apparently, a common insult there, though it sounds to me more like a threat than an insult proper. anyway i'm not making threats, the phrase just came up in my brain when i read you hadn't seen down by law. THAT MOVIE IS AWESOME. it's his best movie of the XX century and probably ever.
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Old 09.27.2012, 02:28 PM   #16268
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Old 09.27.2012, 02:32 PM   #16269
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There Will Be Blood

I like the first couple of thirds of this film a lot but it just becomes a bit ridiculous towards the end, as DD Lewis starts to slowly turn into Klaus Kinski in a Herzog movie. It's like Boogie Nights with Alfred Milona in every scene. Those kinds of performances work best for me in brief bursts rather than dominating an entire film. It's the same problem Scorsese had casting Lewis in Gangs of New York. It all just becomes a vehicle for him to show off his acting chops. Definitely my least favourite PT Anderson film so far - given that I've not yet seen The Master.

No way! It's easily one of my favorite films of all time. Daniel Day Lewis is just brilliant all the way through, well you could say the whole cast is tbh.
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Old 09.27.2012, 02:59 PM   #16270
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I had no idea such a thing even existed. Definitely a must see.
Because I am 101% ALL MAN, I have no problem fully-admitting that it made me cry.

I've had to tell many a sensitive soul "it's the most well-done documentary that I've seen in ages and you should never watch it".

My stomach just flipped thinking about Bobby's rolled-up sleeves.
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Old 09.28.2012, 06:09 AM   #16271
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I have seen Discreet Charm but only once, a long time ago. It didn't leave much of an impression on me, though. I should probably watch it again to see if I can get more out of it this time. As I said, it's frustrating because Bunuel is a filmmaker I have masses of respect for, far more than a number of directors whose films I actually prefer.
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Old 09.28.2012, 07:05 AM   #16272
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Bunuel is the second greatest director of all time because nothing he made totally sucked. Ever. It seems like a statistical impossibility, but there you go.
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Old 09.28.2012, 07:49 AM   #16273
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Aguirre Wrath of God...again.


everytime I watch it I want to set off on a raft and die slowly.
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Old 09.28.2012, 01:02 PM   #16274
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Aguirre Wrath of God...again.


everytime I watch it I want to set off on a raft and die slowly.


i sometimes walk around for days unable to forget that pan flute melody they play
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I showed that flick to my wife and she got so depressed.

all the movies I love (aguirre, glenngarry glennross, bridge on river kwai, etc.) she finds soul-crushing.

women...
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Old 09.28.2012, 03:52 PM   #16276
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Dark Horse

One of those films where about twenty seconds in I knew I wasn't gonna like it. I watched it to the end anyway, but only because it's pretty short. Christ knows how it got such good reviews.
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Old 09.28.2012, 05:55 PM   #16277
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beasts of the southern wild.

i really really liked it.
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Who do you think is the best?


Ingmar Bergman. I really think he's one of the very few filmmakers who centuries from now will be held in as much esteem as the other truly great artists of the 20th century (Stravinsky, Picasso, Joyce, etc.)

Yeah, he used the cinema to pose the deepest, most eternal questions a human can ask.

Yeah, he made more masterpieces than I can count.

Yeah, his technical prowess is peerless. I mean, he's a DIRECTOR. Every shot means something, and every frame is loaded with information delivered as economically and inventively as possible. He's unquestionably a master at the craft.

But for me it's all about the mood. That's it. There's a mood to Bergman's films that no other filmmaker's works can evoke in me. However dour, brutal and humorless his world can sometimes be, it's an oddly comfortable world for me to inhabit.
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Old 09.29.2012, 04:43 PM   #16279
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There Will Be Blood

I like the first couple of thirds of this film a lot but it just becomes a bit ridiculous towards the end, as DD Lewis starts to slowly turn into Klaus Kinski in a Herzog movie. It's like Boogie Nights with Alfred Milona in every scene. Those kinds of performances work best for me in brief bursts rather than dominating an entire film. It's the same problem Scorsese had casting Lewis in Gangs of New York. It all just becomes a vehicle for him to show off his acting chops. Definitely my least favourite PT Anderson film so far - given that I've not yet seen The Master.
Yes, I hated the end.
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