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Old 01-06-2008, 03:07 PM   #811
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It's time for...

CHOOSE THE NEXT FILM I WILL WATCH AND REVIEW!!

The nominees:

Long Day's Journey Into Night (Lumet)
Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut (Stone)
Tess (Polanksi)
As Tears Go By (Wong Kar-Wai)
Cleopatra (Mankiewicz)
The Ballad of Jack and Rose (Miller)

This won't be necessarily decided by votes, as only 3 or 4 people probably even care, but by persuasive argument.
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I care, but am too focused on sports today to make a compelling argument. I'm not even sure which I'd argue for.....but, Laz.....

I do care. I do.
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Alright, you don't have to make a compelling argument. Just pick one.
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I'll vote for As Tears Go By because I'm curious how rough Wong Kar-Wai's debut was, especially going by the different between Days Of Being Wild and In The Mood For Love.
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It's time for...

CHOOSE THE NEXT FILM I WILL WATCH AND REVIEW!!

The nominees:

Long Day's Journey Into Night (Lumet)
Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut (Stone)
Tess (Polanksi)
As Tears Go By (Wong Kar-Wai)
Cleopatra (Mankiewicz)
The Ballad of Jack and Rose (Miller)

This won't be necessarily decided by votes, as only 3 or 4 people probably even care, but by persuasive argument.


The Last Legion.

Do it! Its got Ben Kingsley in it!
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Long Day's Journey Into Night.

O'Neill plays FTW.
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Old 01-06-2008, 03:50 PM   #817
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Eastern Promises

6/10

It wasn't bad. I just didn't like it as much as A History of Violence.
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The one where Daniel Day-Lewis plays a creepy pedophile...I think. Or something like that.
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Does he drink her milkshake?
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Does he drink her milkshake?
I think he punches it.
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A donkey punch?

Or is that in King of Kong: A Fistful of Milkshake?
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I think it's in Superbad Part II: Iron Chef of Pounding Vag: A Fistful of Oil!
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Well, that certainly wasn't subtle.
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Charlie Wilson's War. I liked it. Phillip Seymour Hoffman was a scream and stole every scene he's in and Hanks didn't annoy me as much as usual, and the screen play, while smart, wasn't as in-your-face clever as Sorkin can be (though I'm a fan of his work, I can see why he annoys some people).

Last night I watched A Mighty Heart on DVD. I had avoided it because the subject is so disturbing to me but I'm glad I saw it. I was impressed with Angelina Jolie, and kept thinking about the movie the rest of the night. It seemed to be an honest portrayal of the events without resorting to the usual kinds of emotional manipulation.
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Hard Candy

7.5/10

DUDE.

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