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Old 08-22-2009, 10:20 AM   #11
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i just picked up from a charity shop a film i thought looked good but it was totally odd, the passion of darkly noon starring brendan fraser, and believe me that film is weird.


Funny you should mention Brendan Fraser, as I just watched "Journey to the Centre of the Earth", featuring Mr. Fraser and a very attractive female lead, (complete with 'cute' accent).

While I'm thinking Brendan Fraser is becoming typecast as an adventure hero, at least he has the decency not to take himself too seriously!
It's just an escapist adventure with great sets and special effects and reasonably entertaining, if you don't dwell on the impossibility of every outcome.

the Preview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xtff1ROz10
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Old 08-23-2009, 08:36 PM   #12
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V for Vendetta
I watched it ages ago and quite liked it but has not read the book.
Now having just read the book I thought I'd watch the movie again. I can see why many fans didn't like it as it is not as faithful as they may have hoped for. Funny though how some aspects of the film seem to be more relevant these days, which probably says more about the world today than the movie though.
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I just finished watching "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" with the commentary track. Director Amy Heckerling and writer Cameron Crowe do it together. It's highly entertaining. The thing I found most interesting is that they continue to talk for almost eight minutes after the film has ended. I'm staring at a black screen and they're still talking. I've never seen that before. Has anyone seen that on another DVD commentary track?
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Old 08-31-2009, 02:35 PM   #14
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Outpost - weird................followed by Dead Snow.
Why won't these Nazi's stay dead.
I've got Oasis of the Zombies and Zombie Lake, I've got to find a new copy of Shock Waves now
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Death Note and the follow up Death Note : The Last Name.
Shame the perception of justice failing ordinary people is so universal.
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Thumbs up Butterfly Effect 3 Revelations



Just watched the third instalment and while I don't remember anything about the second, other than I didn't enjoy it as much as the first.

The 'Butterfly Effect" is the outcome of events that alter as a result of effecting change from traveling through time, a subject I find interesting.
I'd easily give this four out of five thumbs up while the cute little blonde barmaid with the big breasts and the unfortunate tatoo could easily get some thing else up, before she meets her demise.
Pretty gorey in places, but still good a good watch. (Hey it's a horror film!)
No added commentry, deleted scenes or extras and it doesn't really need any.


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Old 09-04-2009, 06:00 AM   #17
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Default Neil Young - Heart of Gold DVD



I just borrowed and watched the two disc deluxe edition of Jonathon Demme's Neil Young Nashville biopic.
It's okay. I personally prefer when he 'rocks out' on 'Old Black', which only makes one appearance here, in the hands of someone else.

Recorded in Nashville's "Grand Ol Opry" theatre home, the Ryman Auditorium, with the band that had just recorded the unreleased "Prairie Wind" album in 2006. He'd just been diagnosed as having a brain aneurysm and his father had recently died.
A very slick production considering the short amount of time they had to pull it all together.

Neil uses Hank Williams old Martin, on both the album and the film.
Also features Emmylou Harris, who in my opinion never looked finer!

Kinda funny really as I came out and checked the "What are you listening to" thread here, during a coffee break, to find two people consecutively were listening to Neil.
(You know you're spending too much time here when others start channeling you).
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Old 09-06-2009, 06:10 AM   #18
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I'm currently watching "Porn King: The Trials of Al Goldstein" right now and I'm blown away by this guy. He's particularly detestable but somehow likeable. The inside look at the last gasps of SCREW magazine is simply an eye opener of how old school porning was done. It's also a good cautionary tale of what can happen to you if you stop caring just when the rest of the world is passing you by.

Highlights:

Larry Flynt's very insightful views on Al's psychie and their friendship. (Anyone who thought Larry was a fruitcake at this point in his life is WRONG.)

The insider's look at what was left of Screw Magazine.

GRANDPA AL LEWIS: CHARACTER WITNESS

All the great Midnight Blue footage. Ah to have been a New Yorker with no life in the late 70's...

Ron Jeremy's thoughts and stories. (One of MANY reasons why I can never hate the guy no matter how unattractive he is.)

Lowlights:

Good God Al is HARD to like. There were a lot of occasions where I thought 'karma's a bitch' when he fell on VERY hard times. Having said that I couldn't help but feel sorry for a guy who's mental problems have never been properly addressed.

ANY segment devoted to Al's estranged son were your cue to press the fast forward button.

Al's grip on reality in dealing with the judicial system was non existant. He was fighting first ammendment issues in the wrong venue for a crime he wasn't even being prosecuted for. This was borderline mental illness theater if he wasn't clearly doing this to sell copies of Screw.

Where Al is now. (Painful to sit through but I must to remind myself of what could happen to me.)

All in all it's a movie any fan of old school porn should see. Great documentary and lots of vintage clips and stories!

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Finished Watchmen - now about to start on Confessions From a Holiday Camp.
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Finished Watchmen - now about to start on Confessions From a Holiday Camp.
I've just finished Watchmen, what did you make of it?
Was it just me who was confused & wondering what I'd just seen. Perhaps I'm just gtting too old!!!
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