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    I was glad to see so many good old names still...

    I was glad to see so many good old names still here--most definitely including yours.
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    I was just thinking that I haven't made a top 100...

    I was just thinking that I haven't made a top 100 list for ages, not since the days when I visited Match-Cut regularly. Then I did a search on Google to see if I could dredge up my last top 100 and,...
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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
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    Anybody have any invites handy? Not for me but...

    Anybody have any invites handy? Not for me but for one of my facebook friends who is dying to give it a try.
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    Glad I'm not the only one who ranks them thusly....

    Glad I'm not the only one who ranks them thusly.

    God, I still have another week to wait to see Tree of Life.
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    True. Some great directors start with little or...

    True. Some great directors start with little or no writing at all.
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    Watched Robert Mulligan's The Man in the Moon and...

    Watched Robert Mulligan's The Man in the Moon and was amazed by how the director of To Kill a Mockingbird could make something this weak and predictable. Guess it's evidence that movies do indeed...
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    Yes. Great box set. Still great movie that seems...

    Yes. Great box set. Still great movie that seems so much better now that I've become familiar with small town life.

    I'm not huge fan of Bogdanovich either. I do love Paper Moon and Mask though.
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    Haven't posted a top 10 in years: 1. The Last...

    Haven't posted a top 10 in years:

    1. The Last Picture Show
    2. Slacker
    3. Heaven's Gate
    4. Barry Lyndon
    5. The Thin Blue Line
    6. The Man Who Fell to Earth
    7. Over the Edge
    8. Blue Valentine
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    I bought pretty much everything, but, as you say,...

    I bought pretty much everything, but, as you say, the performances put me in the mood to be forgiving.
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    Yeah, this movie had its fair share of story...

    Yeah, this movie had its fair share of story problems. I'm very thankful for it (and this thread) giving me reason to rewatch Over the Edge and Bad News Bears. Now those are two films that are...
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    I'm predicting this won't lose much audience...

    I'm predicting this won't lose much audience during the second and third weeks. It may even gain. My 15-year-old daughter and her friends had not heard of it. She enjoyed it so much that she's...
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    Exactly the same two kids I had in mind,...

    Exactly the same two kids I had in mind, especially the one from Over the Edge.
  14. Nah, I like Always. My only problem is the pacing...

    Nah, I like Always. My only problem is the pacing is a bit too slow.

    For Father's Day every year, I make my daughters sit down without cellphones and watch a movie with me. They've never seen...
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    Put me in the "liked it" camp. I thought Elle...

    Put me in the "liked it" camp. I thought Elle Fanning was terrific. I loved the scene where she blows everyone away with her acting. It reminded me of Mulholland Drive. Her zombie and home movie...
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    A friend from Austin posted this on his Facebook...

    A friend from Austin posted this on his Facebook profile:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L3eeC2lJZs&feature=player_embedded

    I didn't know Kim Kardashian went to movies in Texas.
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    Btw, I refuse to even open the Tree of Life...

    Btw, I refuse to even open the Tree of Life thread until I've seen the film, which won't happen until July 8. :(
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    I didn't realize Miss Congeniality was such a...

    I didn't realize Miss Congeniality was such a collector's item. It is selling used for one billion dollars.
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    I keep checking in hoping the discussion has left...

    I keep checking in hoping the discussion has left Von Trier behind and moved on to really interesting topics like The Skin I Live In.
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    Oh...

    Oh...
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    Why did you add a comma? That's like adding a...

    Why did you add a comma? That's like adding a question mark at the end of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It changes the intent of the title.

    I liked Come On Children a lot btw.
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    While a few are flawed movies that I still find...

    While a few are flawed movies that I still find well worth seeing, a few are to me genuinely great movies. Heaven's Gate is one of American film's high points.
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    One of the things I like the most about match-cut...

    One of the things I like the most about match-cut is people here don't write off movies because "all the critics said they suck and they made diddly-squat." People here have minds of their own and...
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    You do know that Ishtar has a great many...

    You do know that Ishtar has a great many defenders?
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    I like Gran Torino. :(

    I like Gran Torino. :(
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