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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by SweetPoison, Aug 16, 2010.
The Land Before Time - the animated adventure drama film from 1988.
Transformers: Age of Extinction
Compared to the previous movies this was the best. If only Michael Bay would remove more story of the humans and more story for the robotic aliens who gets killed by the one who protected them.
"Guardians of the Galaxy"
I hate this one on my "can't wait 'till it comes out so I can watch it!" list. And was very pleased. I liked it, a lot, and can't recommend it enough.
We were having fun watching "Escape Plan" in English, the movie with Stallone and Schwarzenegger, where the latter has to speak German, and funnily enough sounds like he never knew the language but had to learn how to spell the words, and failed.
"From Hell", with Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Ian Holm and Robbie Coltrane.
Last one: Blue Jasmine, Woody Allen's best movie since Sleeper.
Right now, we're working our way through Top of the Lake, a six-episode BBC TV series about a New Zealand detective. Okay, that's a terrible description--it's beautiful, edgy, creepy, engaging, foul-mouthed, well-acted...all at the same time.
If you haven't seen Her yet, add it to your list. A spectacular performance by the versatile Joaquin Phoenix, and a nearly perfect film in every other way as well. I was afraid it would be a scaled-up version of the silly Big Bang Theory "Siri" episode; nope, not even close.
That's good to hear.
I've received the DVD and am planning to watch the movie today. I've only seen the official trailer, but it looks interesting.
All is Lost, a Robert Redford one-man show. No one would call this "the feel-good movie of the year," but it's a powerful and quietly tense survival drama about...well...Murphy's Law as it applies to crossing the Pacific in a sailboat, alone.
After decades of films, Redford finally gives the performance we suspected he might have in him.
What, is no one else watching movies anymore? Tonight's library DVD was Nebraska, a father-son road movie starring Bruce Dern. It's arty, funny, poignant, and a little outrageous at times. It won't be much of a spoiler to say there's a happy ending.