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    Finally got around to King's The Shining. ...

    Finally got around to King's The Shining. Engaging and personal, but also blunt in a way that I'm not sure if it's colored by me having watched the film. I even feel the book is more rewarding as a...
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    Poll: Sure, that’s why I gave the last two Netflix...

    Sure, that’s why I gave the last two Netflix films I watched before this one... *check rating for Wasp Network and Eurovision* ...both 2.5/5.
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    Poll: Enjoyed the too infrequent action scenes,...

    Enjoyed the too infrequent action scenes, especially the finale. But protagonists as almost monotonously serious as this bunch need a good, fun counter-villain, and both the character and Melling's...
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    New Kaufman

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  5. Thread: Random Thoughts

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    Hover over a poster in a list of films and there...

    Hover over a poster in a list of films and there will be three choices to click: watched, loved, and more. The latter can have you score films without having to change pages. Is that what you mean?
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    1. The Battle of Algiers (1966) 2. Neon Genesis...

    1. The Battle of Algiers (1966)
    2. Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997)
    3. The Wild Bunch (1969)
    4. Volver (2006)
    5. The Red and the White (1967)
    6. The Young Girls of Rochefort...
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    The story behind it is out now, and it's worse...

    The story behind it is out now, and it's worse than I thought.

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    Reading the details makes me at least surer now that he shows the picture in order to mess with her...
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    Amy Seimetz's new film She Dies Tomorrow is about...

    Amy Seimetz's new film She Dies Tomorrow is about to be released, and that pic was a few days after the trailer for it came out. Coupled with the fact that it's arranged so we can clearly see both...
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    I've long held Season 4's "Self-Control" (the...

    I've long held Season 4's "Self-Control" (the ending of LMD robot arc before it transitioned to the Agents of Hydra Framework) as my favorite Agents of SHIELD episode... and I think this latest one...
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    I read up the Pool plot thread made by a...

    I read up the Pool plot thread made by a disgruntled viewer in its first week; that thread was great fun.

    For Thai horrors, I recommend the anthologies 4bia (2008) and Phobia 2 (2009) (in which...
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    Poll: The emerging streak of nihilistic ennui and...

    The emerging streak of nihilistic ennui and existential crises is welcome for the whole thing not to feel too much of a fluff, but the way it's dealt with is still too surface-y like the romance....
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    Poll: Almost feels like Reichardt's "greatest hits" (in...

    Almost feels like Reichardt's "greatest hits" (in the best way), given how many of her thematic and stylistic predilections are there but shaped into a fresh, at times unexpected direction -- another...
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    Poll: Got on the film's wavelength more this time (half...

    Got on the film's wavelength more this time (half a point upgrade) when it's not only the second Reichardt I ever saw after the atypical Night Moves, and when I detect a stronger throughline within...
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    1. Collateral 2. Heat 3. Thief 4. The Insider...

    1. Collateral
    2. Heat
    3. Thief
    4. The Insider
    5. Blackhat
    6. The Last of the Mohicans
    7. Manhunter
    8. Public Enemies
    9. Ali
    10. Miami Vice
  16. Poll: http://matchcut.artboiled.com/showthread.php?7788-...

    http://matchcut.artboiled.com/showthread.php?7788-Never-Rarely-Sometimes-Always-(Eliza-Hittman)
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    RIP to a legend. On Sunday one of the oldest,...

    RIP to a legend.

    On Sunday one of the oldest, most famous stand-alone Thai theaters, Scala, had closed down after 51 years ("Final curtain drops at Scala theatre"), in which the closing event, the...
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    Ennio Morricone, 91. 1280028898231803907

    Ennio Morricone, 91.

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    Even if I rarely consider Cameron among my...

    Even if I rarely consider Cameron among my favorite directors, I realize I never rate the guy's films (sans his Piranha one) lower than 4/5. All of these need rewatches though, since I last saw a...
  20. Thread: COVID-19

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    Her "Because Iím a blonde, white woman?" to the...

    Her "Because Iím a blonde, white woman?" to the (blonde, white woman) Target employee and "Because Iím Jewish isnít it?" to the police feel like parody lmao.

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    Almost four months later, now I just saw and...

    Almost four months later, now I just saw and loved it!

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    Onibaba (1964) is favorite horror film...
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    Immediately thought of Skitch’s recent and apt...

    Immediately thought of Skitch’s recent and apt Bay comments when I saw this

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    Poll: Somehow didn't see this thread when I watched it...

    Somehow didn't see this thread when I watched it earlier this year:

    Affleck cedes Anna Pniowsky the first lead credit, which seems apt. He does a typically superb variation on his stoic type,...
  24. Thread: Tenet (Nolan)

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    “For the record, the only things banned from...

    “For the record, the only things banned from [Christopher Nolan’s] sets are cell phones (not always successfully) and smoking (very successfully),” Nolan’s spokesperson Kelly Bush Novak of ID said in...
  25. Thread: Tenet (Nolan)

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    She’s not complaining. I would think she might be...

    She’s not complaining. I would think she might be amused/mortified that her sharing some interesting/fun filming tidbits from a zoom “actor on actor” interview with Hugh Jackman would be this much...
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