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Old 09-28-2016, 09:24 PM   #46
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I loved the book and was happy to have loved the movie as well.
Same. I thought the movie adaptation did a lot of justice to Colm Tóibín's beautiful style. Glenn Kenny had a great review when the movie was released, which I think perfectly captures what makes that movie so good: Brooklyn Movie Review & Film Summary (2015) | Roger Ebert
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Old 09-28-2016, 11:57 PM   #47
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I watched The Campaign and Big Hero 6 on my plane flights the last few weeks. Will Ferrell's schtick is old as hell now but Zach Galifinakis was funny, although his character felt a little sexist and homophobic to me. Big Hero 6 I loved up until it turned into a superhero movie.
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Old 10-23-2016, 10:20 PM   #48
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Moonlight is an astounding film. I can't recommend it enough. It packs so much emotional power, has what I think is a flawless direction, and incredible (and mostly non-professional) acting. One of the best things I've seen all year.

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Saw Ouija: Origin of Evil and same
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Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki Is Coming Out of Retirement
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Random Movie Talk XV: You Asked For It, Cobbler

Co-sign the love for Moonlight. What a great film. An actor's film, a writer's film, it's brilliantly executed on all fronts and moving as well.
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https://i-d.vice.com/en_au/article/h...ampaign=global

"In 2014 Miyazaki announced his desire to give computer-animation a go, telling fans he was at work on a 10 minute short which would screen exclusively at the Ghibli Museum — it would be about a small caterpillar. As it turns out, he's now decided the little creatures deserves an entire feature film."

Gonna want some clarification on this.
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Crunchyroll - NHK Documentary Confirms Hayao Miyazaki Starts Working on His New Hand-Drawn Feature Film

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Co-sign the love for Moonlight. What a great film. An actor's film, a writer's film, it's brilliantly executed on all fronts and moving as well.
I'm seeing this on Wednesday.
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I enjoyed Moonlight, but came away feeling like it was a bit soulless. Maybe I'd like it more another time, I was really depressed that day.
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Thanks
I'll skip it for now
Think I'll go for Arrival
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Arrival was good. Good atmosphere. I dug the ending, a lot. There are a couple of really powerful pieces of music in there, too.

And Amy Adams is great. My favorite performance of hers in a long time.
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And yours will be the majority's opinion
A bit of a let down for me, the parent child relationship was not as engaging as last years Intersteller.
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Caught Moonlight today. Great stuff. Not totally blown away, but can't find much fault with it.

The Handmaiden is likely my favorite of the season, if not the year.

Arrival was very good but I agree with deep that I found Interstellar to be stronger, if not as consistent. Nolan's film was definitely more ambitious (both in the ideas and the complexities of the relationship) and when it hits, it's on another level.
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