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Old 10.19.2012, 07:48 PM   #16701
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I've not seen "Prometheus", but I've just heard bad things about it, especially if you love "Alien".

If you're the type of Alien fanboy who has three blurays of AVP and knows the scientific genus types of all the long headed things in Latin, then there will be some frustrating timeline issues (apparently). But, if you love the first movie, watch the second every few years and pretend all the others don't exist, then it's a ripping good flick with a great premise and visuals. There's a theological element to it that I found pretty goddamn cool. What if "God" is a crazy monster that wants to kill us? Made me think of Star Trek V.
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Old 10.19.2012, 07:49 PM   #16702
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This was cute and all, but a much better film could have been made of such a classic cult show.
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Old 10.19.2012, 08:14 PM   #16703
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If you're the type of Alien fanboy who has three blurays of AVP and knows the scientific genus types of all the long headed things in Latin, then there will be some frustrating timeline issues (apparently). But, if you love the first movie, watch the second every few years and pretend all the others don't exist, then it's a ripping good flick with a great premise and visuals. There's a theological element to it that I found pretty goddamn cool. What if "God" is a crazy monster that wants to kill us? Made me think of Star Trek V.

I think that's exactly right - although I do like Alien 3 (a lot) and Alien 4 (a bit).
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Old 10.20.2012, 09:25 AM   #16704
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I tried to explain to him that films shouldn't have to have everything explained in a tidy box with a bow on it. They can leave things open and let the viewer think for themselves. He didn't buy it. He said that films have to have a story and then used a god awful metaphor "it's like having a novel and only having pictures" <- my face right after that. That put the idea of me lending him Tarkovsky's film Mirror out! Oh and he said that nothing happened in the film. Fail.

I asked him what his fav film of all time was to which he said Shawshank Redemption. That said it all for me. Don't get me wrong it's a good film but is it THAT good? Non.

If you watch films to watch a story, which is most folks, then he is right. Maul holland falls is one big bag of meaningless bullshit about extremely unlike able people. Boring as FUCK. I hated it like I hate Thomas kinkade's rotting corpse.
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Old 10.20.2012, 02:53 PM   #16705
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It isn't meaningless Rob, I think it's merely your expectations. If you look at it for what it is (a dreamlike work of art about a young ambitious actress and double identities and whatnot) then maybe you'll find meaning from a subjective standpoint. Just because a film challenges the conventional narrative order of telling a story means it's meaningless? I don't understand.

I'm not trying to attack you at all by the way, I'm just curious. If anything, Lynch's work exemplifies the truth that you don't need everything to make sense. Perhaps it's even a reflection of the outside world. Sometimes to find that "meaning" it takes some effort.

I'm not sure how anyone can't be captivated by that theater scene. If you think about it, Mulholland Dr. revolves around an innocent actress searching for stardom in Hollywood. It's amazing how much this film expresses a struggle with self-awareness. I think this is often very much a problem in reality. I also find it compelling how even after the main character is driven towards suicide, the nightmare continues. Lynch is an intuitive artist and one of the best. I think he really absorbs the life around him and expresses it in an honest way that many fail to do.
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It isn't meaningless Rob, I think it's merely your expectations. If you look at it for what it is (a dreamlike work of art about a young ambitious actress and double identities and whatnot) then maybe you'll find meaning from a subjective standpoint. Just because a film challenges the conventional narrative order of telling a story means it's meaningless? I don't understand.

I'm not trying to attack you at all by the way, I'm just curious. If anything, Lynch's work exemplifies the truth that you don't need everything to make sense. Perhaps it's even a reflection of the outside world. Sometimes to find that "meaning" it takes some effort.

I'm not sure how anyone can't be captivated by that theater scene. If you think about it, Mulholland Dr. revolves around an innocent actress searching for stardom in Hollywood. It's amazing how much this film expresses a struggle with self-awareness. I think this is often very much a problem in reality. I also find it compelling how even after the main character is driven towards suicide, the nightmare continues. Lynch is an intuitive artist and one of the best. I think he really absorbs the life around him and expresses it in an honest way that many fail to do.


That theater scene is easily one of my fav. scenes of all time. As much as I dislike the whole hoopla of the Oscar's Naomi Watts should've gotten one for that film.
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Dated has nothing to do with being of its age, which is inevitable, but being stuck in, and only relevant to it. Films like L'avventura, L'Eclisse, La Notte are clearly of their time but also manage to feel current in a way that I just don't think Blow Up does. It'll never be anything other than a 'sixties film', for me, which is something I'd never say about films Antonioni made earlier in that same decade.

And seriously, that you consider L'avventura 'quite enjoyable' while calling Blow Up 'great' is akin to preferring the wrong Ronaldo. I'm sorry, it just is.

ha ha ha -- the wrong ronaldo!

don't be so literal, i judge l'avventura to be the better film, but admit it, it's hard to digest, not easy to like, and it is hard to watch simply because each take lasts for fucking ever. if you let it seep in however you can enjoy it-- it's not like "oh the thrills!" though, it's a quiet deliciousness that makes a lot of demands on the viewer.

regarding blow-up, it's more commercial, more easily entered, but you peel off layers and get to the real meat, and to me it's a great movie. part of it is a sort of period piece, sure, like watching, i don't know, the lion in winter, or spartacus? you know, some historical shit, "life before AiDS". then there's teh whole aspect of the emptiness of the photographer's life which is, you know, surface "awesome" and cool for its day, but pretty horrid and boring and pointless, and more absurd 50 years later. and then there's the whole murder mystery which unlike, say, rear window, isn't a matter of finding the truth from signs, but the signs, being mediated and altered, call into question the whole reality of what is what, and that antonioni took from cortazar, nd las babas del diablo is a great short story.

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Old 10.20.2012, 09:08 PM   #16708
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mulholland drive is "BAd ass bitch" as far as movie theater goes and "SCared the shit out of me" confusiness 'shit'.
my fave lynch is "inland empire". sick ass hell but don't think i could watch it a third time. maybe boring.

;yeah "Inland Empire"....... digital cameras forever fuckhead.
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Much like your post, Inland Empire is a mess.
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Old 10.20.2012, 11:03 PM   #16710
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ha ha ha -- the wrong ronaldo!

don't be so literal, i judge l'avventura to be the better film, but admit it, it's hard to digest, not easy to like, and it is hard to watch simply because each take lasts for fucking ever. if you let it seep in however you can enjoy it-- it's not like "oh the thrills!" though, it's a quiet deliciousness that makes a lot of demands on the viewer.

regarding blow-up, it's more commercial, more easily entered, but you peel off layers and get to the real meat, and to me it's a great movie. part of it is a sort of period piece, sure, like watching, i don't know, the lion in winter, or spartacus? you know, some historical shit, "life before AiDS". then there's teh whole aspect of the emptiness of the photographer's life which is, you know, surface "awesome" and cool for its day, but pretty horrid and boring and pointless, and more absurd 50 years later. and then there's the whole murder mystery which unlike, say, rear window, isn't a matter of finding the truth from signs, but the signs, being mediated and altered, call into question the whole reality of what is what, and that antonioni took from cortazar, nd las babas del diablo is a great short story.

whoa, barca playing w/ weird orange shirts. gtg.

Someone who hasn't been mentioned yet is Monica Vitti, the only actor for me who seemed to get Antonioni instinctively. That's not so important for some directors but I think he's one who did require very specific things from very specific kinds of actors and Vanessa Redgrave and David Hemmings have both admitted to admiring Antonioni but not really understanding what he wanted from them, which I think is a big problem throughout Blow Up, with too many scenes coming over a bit too much like amateur dramatics. Although it's not just the absence of Vitti; he worked ok with Jack Nicholson, but that may be because Nicholson didn't even try to understand him.

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Old 10.21.2012, 12:42 AM   #16711
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Old 10.21.2012, 08:37 AM   #16712
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Old 10.21.2012, 09:59 AM   #16713
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The Dark Knight Rises is "back by popular demand" at some theaters in my area, so of course I said "fuck you, college football" and blew off everything to go see it again, this time in IMAX.

It was tremendous, and I now believe it to be equal in greatness to Dark Knight. Though they are great in different ways, and TDK will be remembered as the soul of the trilogy, Rises is no fucking throwaway third act. All the philosophical quandaries that made the Dark Knight so unforgettable are still there, only they are broadened to a macro-scope.

I wanted to see it again, especially since I finally got the chance to watch Spider-man and Avengers. I wanted to reevaluate it in comparison to the other "summer of superhero" films. Though those movies were both great In their own way, it's Nolan is simply not making a comparable product. He has made a series of films that stand alone, irrespective of genre, and I believe them to be truly brilliant films in general.

They're just not super hero movies. They're movies about morality, identity, and altruism... Issues that are inherently human, and decidedly "non-super."

I couldn't be prouder of these movies. Avengers was a great ride, and Amazing Spider-Man started a much needed correction of past mistakes ( I wish that franchise well; it feels like it could have a lot of potential and I think it did a lot of things right) but TDK trilogy is just a completely different beast.

Excuse me for repeating myself, as I am sure I've said most of this before, but god damn: what an achievement. I really hope the reboot doesn't happen. DC needs to leave this character alone (until Bale is old enough for a "...returns" ) because Batman has been done to perfection. Nobody can or will ever do it better.

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Old 10.21.2012, 11:10 AM   #16714
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I was disappointed about nolan's batman films only in that his Batman never deduced anything as a detective would, which I always found to be crucial to my love of Batman all these decades.
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Old 10.21.2012, 01:56 PM   #16715
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I'm not sure if I'd say it was done to perfection. I'm not sure if Nolan really ever made up his mind regarding how he wanted to portray Batman.

I saw The Dark Knight Rises twice. While I had fun watching it and thought it was a solid ending to the trilogy, I couldn't help but feel that Nolan introduced too many "new" characters and sub plots to the point where there was hardly much time to really make them mean anything or contribute to the main story. Also, the ending was poorly done and anticlimactic. Throughout the entire film, Bane looks like a scary, unstoppable monster. In the end Batman returns in the most absurd of ways and suddenly he can take out Bane in about 5 minutes. And the way they killed off Bane or whatever really just left me saying "that's it?". If Nolan wanted to bring Batman down to our level and make him more human, why are there so many scenes where Batman simply looks like a mystical creature?

And with that in mind, I think it has enough merit to say it's an entertaining batman flick, but I do think it's a very flawed one as well.
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Well, I disagree, but you make a good point. I also thought Bane's death was anticlimactic. However, I think Nolan showed us an immensely flawed Batman. human Batman, with hubris and cockiness and a number of other fundamentally human traits. I think there were some unrealistic aspects as well, but not enough of then to make me think less of the film.

While watching it the second time, I realized how truly terrifying Bane was. The character was, for the most part, perfectly executed. His delivery was impeccable and he was deeply unnerving. I think a lot of people were disappointed in the film because Batman is absent for pretty much the entire film, but Bruce Wayne was there.. He wasn't very badass as Batman in this film and he didn't do a hell of a lot, but that's actually refreshing for a "superhero" movie.

I don't know... Maybe I'm biased. But when I say it was done to perfection I don't necessarily mean that every moment was perfect. I just mean the Batman story has been put to film in such an incredible way that I think DC needs to just let it be, and enjoy the fact that these movies have made Batman the most popular comic character in the world. They have made the ONLY comic book adaptation series that doesn't suck (seriously, show me another trilogy or series that has been pulled off so consistently and so well) and that the films are actually being viewed as great cinematic achievements. What more could they ask for? They have made history, and won oscars, and legitimately put the character to film in a way that has never been done before.

Why spoil it by trying to do it again? It would be like "rebooting" Lord of the Rings. Fuck it! Focus on building on their other characters! Leave the goddamn Batman alone and let this series define him.
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Someone who hasn't been mentioned yet is Monica Vitti, the only actor for me who seemed to get Antonioni instinctively. That's not so important for some directors but I think he's one who did require very specific things from very specific kinds of actors and Vanessa Redgrave and David Hemmings have both admitted to admiring Antonioni but not really understanding what he wanted from them, which I think is a big problem throughout Blow Up, with too many scenes coming over a bit too much like amateur dramatics. Although it's not just the absence of Vitti; he worked ok with Jack Nicholson, but that may be because Nicholson didn't even try to understand him.

And those shirts, I know, shocking.

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anyway monica vitti of course, well, that creature is an alien from a place far above ourselves. i like her more, i think, in l'eclisse. but fuck yeah.

ANYWAY, i was looking at the criterion website and reading an essay by gene youngblood (no longer young btw, i've met him in person) and i found this HILARIOUS shitty-ass trailer for l'avventura. watch it:

http://www.criterion.com/films/209-l-avventura

see how they present it as some sort of "erotic thiller", almost some kind of soft porn, like emmanuelle, or something by just jaeckin?

that's the kind of approach people have towards blow-up, like it's about the titillation oh-so-magnificent london of the 60s-- but no!

that essay by youngblood quotes a phrase by antonioni i had heard/read before; "eros is sick" (i think i heard in on the commentary of l'eclisse). the same theme runs through l'avventura, l'eclisse, and of course blow-up-- all the fucking and drug parties and running around are not really meant to be "cool", but pathetic, meaningless, boring.
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I've watched Taxi Driver to check that I wouldn't fall asleep halfway through the film once again but I did. Maybe it was because I've watched too many episodes of Louie (God, I so LOVE this tv show! Check out the episode with D. Lynch on it) until the early hours of Sunday, or it's just that this movie puts me to sleep no matter what. I'll give it another go.
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Old 10.22.2012, 05:01 AM   #16719
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I love Louie, too, although I can't say I've ever had a problem staying awake through Taxi Driver.

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I'm not one to be down on a Cameron movie just because (even though I generally can't stand his stuff) but this is almost reassuringly rubbish.
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Monica Vitti.... she's 80 years old but I'd still marry her
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