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Old 11-06-2014, 09:56 PM   #556
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I asked the Wizard for a real one, but he was too busy watching Ice Age 7 to care :-(.
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Toy Story 3 isn't a movie; it's a nostalgic punch in the face.
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I can't tell if you mean that in a good way or not..?
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Old 11-07-2014, 02:16 AM   #559
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I can't tell if you mean that in a good way or not..?
I don't know either! I found parts of it affecting since Andy and I are the same age. It's not in the same league as the first two and I'm not entirely sure why it's held in as high of an esteem. Then again, I've never lost sleep over Disney/Pixar worship.
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Just saw Interstellar in AVX just in case there were sound issues as in IMAX. I'll see it in IMAX this weekend. I did miss some dialogue but got most of it. I'm still absorbing it so it's hard to rate at this point. It's good and Matthew McConaughey does do a great performance which carries the movie. Some of the dialogue was clunky but not fatal. I can't say it's a classic yet (nobody really can until time passes) but it was one of the better movie experiences this year just from the sheer ambition. I certainly prefer this to Gravity even if Gravity had better special effects (mainly due to 3D).
 
The ending was more mystical than I expected.
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Old 11-07-2014, 06:41 AM   #561
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This whole sound mix thing re. Interstellar is hilarious to me. How does a guy in his position with so many resources at his disposal and with so much supposed talent between himself and his crew manage to keep releasing films in which shit is so jacked that people can't even understand all the lines at times or from particular characters. Holy hell what a joke.
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Old 11-07-2014, 09:50 AM   #562
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This whole sound mix thing re. Interstellar is hilarious to me. How does a guy in his position with so many resources at his disposal and with so much supposed talent between himself and his crew manage to keep releasing films in which shit is so jacked that people can't even understand all the lines at times or from particular characters. Holy hell what a joke.
It's like TDKR with Bane but thankfully not as difficult to understand. The biggest problem is a plot hole at the end
 
regarding future humans with time spanning technology and how these future humans can survive but desperately need to interfere with the past which should have stopped their first future in the first place.
maybe with a second viewing I'll catch something. A second viewing will help with seeing if it will hold up.
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Old 11-07-2014, 01:10 PM   #563
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This whole sound mix thing re. Interstellar is hilarious to me. How does a guy in his position with so many resources at his disposal and with so much supposed talent between himself and his crew manage to keep releasing films in which shit is so jacked that people can't even understand all the lines at times or from particular characters. Holy hell what a joke.

Especially when a significant portion of his films are dictated by dialogue. Is he punking us? Does Nolan secretly hate movies?

 
nah, that's not a plot hole. That's the Bootstrap Paradox.
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CASE and TARS are the best thing about that film.
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The Barnes & Noble 50% off Criterion sale is happening again.

Just picked up the Complete Jacques Tati for $62+tax.
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Picked up Like Someone in Love, Red River, All That Jazz and Foreign Correspondant todayyyyyy.
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Holy crap, that is like 65% horrendous 20% cheesy as fuck, and 15% intriguing.
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Oh, cucumber ...
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McConaughey's really cracked me up
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