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  1. #2451
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    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  2. #2452
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  3. #2453
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  4. #2454
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  5. #2455
    Sunrise, Sunset Wryan's Avatar
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    That beat, baby.



    Hope it's a fun dual-season (split up into May and July).
    "How is education supposed to make me feel smarter? Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain. Remember when I took that home wine-making course and forgot how to drive?"

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    Hell yeah

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    I'm annoyed they're splitting it up. Still I'm glad it's back.
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  8. #2458
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  9. #2459
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  10. #2460
    Can't stop won't stop DFA1979's Avatar
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    That article was pretty depressing.
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  11. #2461
    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    That article was pretty depressing.
    Yeah.
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

  12. #2462
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

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    Fuck yessss.

    "How is education supposed to make me feel smarter? Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain. Remember when I took that home wine-making course and forgot how to drive?"

    --Homer

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    FUCK YES

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    Needed something to kill time while I was staying at my mom's house for the night before we left to go to my brother's wedding, and I watched The Adam Project. As sci-fi it's really thin (let's be honest, it's pop-sci-fi, like most sci-fi these days), and even though the cast is good it's almost written like Gilmore Girls, where everyone sorta get stuck on the same mode of verbal pacing, peppering their dialogue with Reynoldsian japes and whatnot. I mean if you like RR, you'd enjoy that. I do like Reynolds, so I was fine with it. What I didn't really expect was the lovely emotional payload the movie generates by the end--it's hardly brand new material, but it's earnest and executed well. In particular, the scene at the end when [
    ] is emotionally muscular and beautiful, near guaranteed to shatter any dude who has/had a dicey relationship with his dad. They could have gone a more basic direction, but unexpectedly, delightfully, they kept pushing in on it further, past the point when you think they're done. And I loved that. We almost never see that in American movies with dads/sons. It's all made better because Ruffalo and Reynolds are tremendous here. It's too bad so much else in the movie is equal parts trite/expected.
    Last edited by Wryan; 06-12-2022 at 08:35 PM.
    "How is education supposed to make me feel smarter? Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain. Remember when I took that home wine-making course and forgot how to drive?"

    --Homer

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    I really enjoyed that one too.

  17. #2467
    I sent back my last DVD ever. It was a good run.


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    (plays "Taps")

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    Quote Quoting Mysterious Dude (view post)
    I sent back my last DVD ever. It was a good run.
    Why the fuck did I think you were standing in front of a grill? Jesus christ I need some orange juice or something.
    "How is education supposed to make me feel smarter? Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain. Remember when I took that home wine-making course and forgot how to drive?"

    --Homer

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    Quote Quoting Wryan (view post)
    Why the fuck did I think you were standing in front of a grill? Jesus christ I need some orange juice or something.
    Hah it sure looked like it. I had no idea Netflix still had DVD in the mail.
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    It's a luscious mix of words and tricks
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    On rocks I dreamt of where we'd stepped
    And of the whole mess of roads we're now on

  21. #2471
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

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    I NEED BERSERK CLARIFICATION. If its that redone cgi three movie shit, no thanks (tho they added a fuck ton of cool shit to the third part, the rest can rot).

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    Big shoes to fill, not only to the Erich Maria Remarque novel, but the 1930's Lewis Milestone film (which you oughta watch, 'cause it's still one of the best and most horrifying war films ever), but so far, so good. Looks excellent.
    Last Seen:​
    A Streetcar Named Desire (E. Kazan, 1951) ☆
    Zodiac (D. Fincher, 2007)
    Heat (M. Mann, 1995)
    Cléo from 5 to 7 (A. Varda, 1962) ☆
    A Woman is a Woman (J. Godard, 1961) ☆
    Last Year at Marienbad (A. Resnais, 1961) ☆
    The Mist (F. Darabont, 2007)
    I Vitelloni (F. Fellini, 1953) ☆
    Rome, Open City (R. Rossellini, 1945) ☆
    RRR (S. S. Rajamouli, 2022) ☆

    First time ☆

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    I really need to see the original 1930 film. The book is harrowing and great.

    I'm enjoying Sandman btw, for the most part. I'm on the 5th episode.
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    On rocks I dreamt of where we'd stepped
    And of the whole mess of roads we're now on

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    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    I'm enjoying Sandman btw, for the most part. I'm on the 5th episode.
    I really loved it.

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