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    Lately I've gotten super into Stanley Kubrick films after years of ignoring them. Time to go watch the Shining so I can interpret it 500 different ways.
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    Watched "Game Night" this weekend. It was very, very funny! My fiancée even nearly choked with laughter at several points.
    It's also surprisingly solid in terms of writing. I'd only criticise the infidelity subplot, which starts out funny but is resolved in a very weak manner, and the last act - not the scenes in themselves, which were still funny, but it relied on the extreme contrivance of a dangerous criminal who had every incentive to want to keep his identity hidden being much more merciful than he needed to be. Or, to put it in different terms, the writers had written themselves into a corner and decided to just plow through the wall.
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    He Was a Good King (a Fate/Stay Night one-shot) - A short exploration of Beowulf's character as a hero and a king.

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    Original Wicker Man from 1973:

    JEEEESUUUUUS
    The Manhattan Project: Is it a sin to kill for your country? In an age of nationalism, where do you draw the line between right and wrong? In the 1960s, eight people seek peace amidst war and tragedy.

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    now watch the nic cage version

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    I3uster hasn't I want to keep him pure
    The Manhattan Project: Is it a sin to kill for your country? In an age of nationalism, where do you draw the line between right and wrong? In the 1960s, eight people seek peace amidst war and tragedy.

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    I3uster, pure

    uh?
    [14:18:48] <Zurv> so who's the most ecchi
    [14:19:40] <Canon> you, zurvan
    [14:19:45] <Canon> you are the most ecchi
    [14:21:06] <Fallacy> .-.;

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    Quote Originally Posted by mAc Chaos View Post
    Lately I've gotten super into Stanley Kubrick films after years of ignoringonline baccarat for real money. Time to go watch the Shining so I can interpret it 500 different ways.
    Also check out Kubrick collection DVD.
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    last night watched (the foreigner 2017),story is good,action it's not bad at all,
    Everyone likes Jackie Chan, recommend to watching
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    Quote Originally Posted by alirezaiee View Post
    Anyone likes Jackie Chan
    Everyone likes Jackie Chan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Historia View Post
    Everyone likes Jackie Chan.
    thanks and sorry for my bad english

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    Quote Originally Posted by alirezaiee View Post
    thanks and sorry for my bad english
    Oh, I didn't mean to correct you. Was just making a statement.

    You had it right the first time.
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    today i see hostiles,This movie won't be for everyone. It's dark, fairly "slow" paced, and at times brutal. But at it's core, this movie is about forgiveness -- and for me, it rang true and was emotionally impactful. Christian Bale is in top form here, and his performance as well as the rest of the cast is great. It's beautifully shot and the score is haunting and harrowing. Well directed and worth watching -- just don't expect this to be a fast paced thrilling Western. It's not heavy on plot -- it's more thematic.

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    Who likes spaghetti westerns? Sergio Leone was certainly a genius.

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    If by genius you mean person who rips off Kurosawa, sure.
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    Let's be fair, he did more than just rip off Kurosawa, and Kurosawa himself was very influenced by Westerns.

    Personally, while I'm a fan of the Dollars trilogy, I prefer Eastwood's Westerns. You know, "High Plains Drifter", "Pale Rider", "The Unforgiven". Or, speaking of more modern Westerns, "Tombstone", the remake of "3:10 to Yuma", "True Grit"... And I confess to loving both "Young Guns" movies.

    ("Maverick" deserves an honourable mention, even if it isn't really a straight Western.)
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    Watched deadpool 2.

    It is really really good and gives what it delivers in 1 and more

    But for some reason i felt like there is something in 1 that 2 does not have.
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    Btw wanna asks about Infinity War
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    Was stormbreaker really such a powerful weapon in the comic that it pumps Thor up to Thanos level with the gauntlet completed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by castor212 View Post
    Watched deadpool 2.

    It is really really good and gives what it delivers in 1 and more

    But for some reason i felt like there is something in 1 that 2 does not have.
    It was the novelty. Deadpool came out of nowhere, and unlike the spoof movies of the 2000's it was actually funny. Here, we know what we're getting into, which is probably why it tries to actually have a story this time, to throw people off.

    But I think that X-Force scene blows anything from the first out of the water. And the opening credits was pretty good too.
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