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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by SweetPoison, Aug 16, 2010.
WOW, Frozen in your avatar I like the film very much.
Watched 'The Raid Redemption' on XBox this week. Great cinematic style. Looking forward to 'The Raid 2'.
Haha, I've changed my avatar too.
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It's a jungle out there for Blu, Jewel and their three kids after they're hurtled from Rio de Janeiro to the wilds of the Amazon. As Blu tries to fit in, he goes beak-to-beak with the vengeful Nigel, and meets his father-in-law.
If you miss the showtime when it was released in theaters, look for the coming DVD/Blu-ray release in July.
One of the most delightful animation of all times. Much much better than the original Rio.
Trailer in HD 1080p:
The Fault In Our Stars, last weekend. The cinema owner (a woman) was playing it for four people only, all of them female.
The story took us right from the beginning. It seemed as if the movie was over in no time.
We found a few familiar faces, like Laura Dern, who played the mother, or Willem Dafoe is Peter van Houten. I didn't know the actor who played Gus (Ansel Elgort), but he was about the way I imagined him when I read the book.
The movie was in German, so I'm waiting for the English version on DVD. It's always better to listen to the original voices.
Quartet, a tale about some residents of a UK retirement home for professional musicians. Sounds boring, eh?
Take a look at the cast: Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Billy Connolly, Tom Courtenay, Pauline Collins. If you're guessing it couldn't possibly disappoint, you'd be correct. Very funny, lots of witty wisecracks, even a touching love story. And throughout, great music of all sorts, from rap to opera. Aside from the stars, most of the cast are actual musicians, so there's no clumsiness about pretending to play the piano or violin.
I watched MASH last night. An interesting bit of movie trivia here is that in the onscreen title(MASH) there are no asterisks between the letters. They only appeared in posters and other advertising. The TV show based on the movie did, in fact, use asterisks(M*A*S*H).