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#1 masterofoneinchpunch

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 06:34 PM

Discuss as much or as little about your latest viewings.
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Posted 21 February 2009 - 06:36 PM

The Asphalt Jungle: This is a good film, and I'd say it's on par with any heist movie I've seen (it's the earliest one I can think of, but I don't claim to be an authority on such things). I like Sterling Hayden in pretty much everything I've seen him in. I almost wanted to compare it to The Killing, (an equally good film) but I hesitate to do that just because they're about a heist gone wrong and they have Sterling Hayden. And Marilyn Monroe... she's one of those actresses that has such a substantial screen presence for about 5 minutes or so of screen time.

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Posted 21 February 2009 - 09:26 PM

Flash of Genius: This may be the longest two hour movie ever. Well, maybe not, but the character I identified with the most was the judge, who said "Mr. Kearns, could you just get to the point?" This is in no way a bad movie, but it's also not very good. Stories of virtuous heroes bore me, and it bugged the hell out of me how they kept trying to inject this off-beat humor everywhere. Flash of Genius feels like a Hallmark Channel movie, or a children's story, or like thousands of hollwood stories that give us a gratifying happy ending complete with a fable's moral.

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Posted 22 February 2009 - 10:49 PM

The Asphalt Jungle: This is a good film, and I'd say it's on par with any heist movie I've seen (it's the earliest one I can think of, but I don't claim to be an authority on such things). I like Sterling Hayden in pretty much everything I've seen him in. I almost wanted to compare it to The Killing, (an equally good film) but I hesitate to do that just because they're about a heist gone wrong and they have Sterling Hayden. And Marilyn Monroe... she's one of those actresses that has such a substantial screen presence for about 5 minutes or so of screen time.


Have you seen Rififi or Le Cercle Rouge? Great heist movies if you have not (and some certain similiarities).
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Posted 22 February 2009 - 11:32 PM

^ Sadly, no, although Rififi (along with Le Samourai, Pierrot Le Fou, and Vivre Sa Vie) is on my wish list. I've made a pact to not buy any more movies for a while, given that I've just bought The Decalogue and The Double Life of Veronique, so it'll be a while until I get to them. ;) The nature of the beast.




Three Colors: White - I've been giving these films loads of attention this weekend. The features are really quite astounding. Even at retail price (40 USD), the box set gives any Criterion disc a run for its money. I think Red is the warmest and most complete of the trilogy, but don't ask me to pick a favorite. I think what I love about these films is that they work on so many levels. White is a really fun flick, yet at the same time, it manages to deal with some very serious issues such as life, death, materialism, and equality. I still haven't gotten to the Insdorf commentaries and am looking forward to them.

I've only seen Three Colors, but I can tell Kieslowski is going to be one of my favorite directors.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 08:34 AM

Donnie Brasco (9/10): Not sure why it took me so long to get around to seeing this. I didn't think I'd like it as much as I did. Arguably, could be Pacino's last great role. The ending was very satisfying for a non-satisfying ending...

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 09:07 AM

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I would have to disagree. Pacino was great in the subsequent films The Insider and Insomnia (yes, a remake, but still great performances all around).

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 09:11 AM

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I would have to disagree. Pacino was great in the subsequent films The Insider and Insomnia (yes, a remake, but still great performances all around).


I agree with The Insider, but always felt Pacino was on cruise control for Insomnia. He puts in a good performance, but it's Pacino by numbers.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 09:17 AM

I agree with The Insider, but always felt Pacino was on cruise control for Insomnia. He puts in a good performance, but it's Pacino by numbers.


I love Pacino, so I guess my opinion is a bit biased. I even liked him in The Recruit. But I think his overacting reaches it's peak in Heat, so I can't say his later work is any more dramatic then his work in Heat.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 10:16 AM

La Strada

Gosh, what a touching film, and Giulietta Masina has got to be one of the most charming actresses who ever lived. It makes a great companion piece to Nights Of Cabiria, between those two films, she's become for me someone who I greatly enjoy watching. I'd like to see Juliet Of The Spirits soon, I'll have to bump that up on my List.
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Posted 23 February 2009 - 05:18 PM

4 out of 5 stars for Marooned starring Gregory Peck and Gene Hackman.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 05:20 PM

Have you seen Rififi or Le Cercle Rouge? Great heist movies if you have not (and some certain similiarities).



Rififi in one of my favorite Criterion releases.
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Posted 23 February 2009 - 05:29 PM

Rififi in one of my favorite Criterion releases.


Great release; I figured if hal had liked The Asphalt Jungle he would also like Rififi.
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Posted 24 February 2009 - 01:51 PM

Zoo (directed by Robinson Devor) 2007

Some of the better documentaries I have seen eschew the traditional talking heads, and standard distribution of information. Some, like Black Sun and Zoo make a more radical departure from the norm by going for something more lyrical. The images in Zoo are gorgeous, but not without meaning. There's always an interesting play with light or the absence of light. The reason is because the subject is so taboo that one needs the security blanket of shadows and darkness to admit to beastiality. In fact the contribution of the people involved only come from voice overs which left director Robinson Devor with reenactments. This is a mature piece of work and not to be missed.

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 08:48 PM

Closely Watched Trains

Had an instantaneous reaction to this one, probably one of the best films I've seen in recent memory. It works very well as a youth culture film, but it also sort of transcends its sex-comedy genre through its historical context and some of the darkest of dark humor- suicide jokes, S.S. jokes, etc.- these elements help place it somewhere in the spectrum between Wes Anderson and Godard, which I'd say is pretty good company to be keeping.
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Posted 24 February 2009 - 08:54 PM

Black Orpheus

A good adaptation/update of the classic myth, and as an avid fan of Greek mythology, I was naturally drawn to it. The characters weren't very deep, but that sort of goes with the territory. The real triumph of the film was the costume design and the music, which was superb, and the director's seamless blending of voodoo/supernatural themes into a film which seems on the surface to be very stylistically neorealist.
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Posted 25 February 2009 - 12:10 AM

Gun Crazy: I really like movies like this. I find them to be incredibly identifiable, even though I'm not a Maniac-al criminal. The feeling of being free, yet trapped within the confines of life, the vicious cycle of your vices (think of dvd buying :D ), our momentary reprieves from depression... they're all there. Bonnie and Clyde is one of my favorite movies, so Gun Crazy appeals to me greatly. Not quite the calibre of In a Lonely Place or Out of the Past, but definitely worthwhile.

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 12:12 AM

Murder, My Sweet: I can't say I felt too strongly about this one. The ending, in particular, felt very hollywood and wasn't what I typically expect from film noir.

I've finished the films in the Film Noir Classic Collection Volume 1, so I suppose I may as well recap (ranked in terms of preference):

Out of the Past: Probably the best of the bunch and certainly my favorite.
Gun Crazy: For me, the biggest surprise in the box, and Peggy Cummins is a great femme fatale.
The Set-Up: Incredibly economical, I'd probably rank this equally with Gun Crazy.
The Asphalt Jungle: Fun movie.
Murder, My Sweet: meh.

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 01:26 AM

Philosophy Of A Knife - 8/10. Andrey Iskanov is one the most affluent visual directors I've ever come across. He knows how to make the most nauseating and shocking stuff seems so beautiful with his camera it's almost unreal. I knew what I was getting into when I started this, but I was pleased to quickly learn that this wouldn't be all gore and torture. It is full of historical information one would need to know in order to grasp the subject matter at hand. The impressive thing is, the fictional representation actually takes front of the actual events and facts as told throughout, that it seems it may be sort of backwards or something. It's kind of unexplainable what this film will do to you but you will definitely feel like a train hit you if you try to take this all in at once. I had to watch it in 3 different sittings because I literally could not handle more than an hour or so at one time. Definitely a tough pill to swallow.

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 01:35 AM

I am surprised you went for it honestly. I am still curious to see it, and naturally still nervous. :unsure:




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