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Old 08-06-2009, 12:08 AM   #886
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Nickelback laughs all the way to the bank, too.
Yeah, but that's because those guys are mentally challenged. They laugh all the time.

Also, /Filmcast seriously has to stop talking about art films.
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Nickelback laughs all the way to the bank, too.
At least they have quesadillas

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Yeah, but that's because those guys are mentally challenged. They laugh all the time.

Also, /Filmcast seriously has to stop talking about art films.
They need to murder Adam Quigley.

The Hollywood Saloon commentaries on the first three Indy films were a hell of a lot of fun, by the way. I can't recall any of their soundbite antics being in them either.
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Adam Quigley just said Mysterious Skin has no reason to exist because he "can't imagine what anyone could get from it," only to go on to talk about how rewarding a film Requiem for a Dream is.
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I face-palmed about 30 times throughout that entire episode. You could tell everyone wanted to beat his ass, too. At least Devindra did.
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Hmm, also apparently 500 Days of Summer has nothing illuminating to say, and World's Greatest Dad offers an honest insight into the human condition. Color me surprised.
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It can't be as good as Wolfhound.
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AICN contributors FTW.
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Wait until they talk about the Mr. Fox trailer.
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Wait until they talk about the Mr. Fox trailer.
Yeah, wow. I'm not sure any of them really know what they're talking about, Devindra aside as usual. However, by now I'm more or less in their camp regarding Mr. Fox. For my tastes I'm really turned off by the whole thing. Super-high-tech Coraline stop motion is bad enough for me, but this just looks terrible. And I'm never a fan of casting big recognizable actors for animated character voices.
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Nickelback laughs all the way to the bank, too.
Shit, I just posted a Fagin picture in the Random music thread.
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Yeah, wow. I'm not sure any of them really know what they're talking about, Devindra aside as usual. However, by now I'm more or less in their camp regarding Mr. Fox. For my tastes I'm really turned off by the whole thing. Super-high-tech Coraline stop motion is bad enough for me, but this just looks terrible. And I'm never a fan of casting big recognizable actors for animated character voices.
Right now, I'm coasting on my love for Wes Anderson and the people involved. Clooney is the only one that seems a little out-of-place, to me, at least. The animation itself looks pretty kitsch, but I'll just reserve judgment until November.

Have any major directors like Anderson switched to animation like this though? It'll be an interesting experiment at the very least.
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I managed to check out Darjeeling a couple years back, but currently I think I'll be passing on this one all together, especially because November is already such a full month with movies I actually really want to see.
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Are you just lukewarm on Anderson's work overall, or dislike his recent films? I know you alluded to it with your Rian Johnson comparison, but wasn't sure what you fully meant by that.
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I waver on his work, honestly. I really love The Life Aquatic (BLUM) and Tennenbaums is pretty wonderful, but I could take or leave the rest. Enjoyable flicks, but nothing particularly compelling for me personally.

P.S. Apparently Cargill loves American Gangster. 'Nuff said?
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Totally cool.

I was shocked to agree with most of what Cargill had said so far, until he delivered that bomb. He then follows that up with his feelings about the Serious Man trailer that seal the deal.
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