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    Quote Originally Posted by Varick View Post
    Saw that in the theater back in Jan 2016. You'd probably also like his ( Paolo Sorrentino ) The Great Beauty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNvXXT View Post
    Saw that in the theater back in Jan 2016. You'd probably also like his ( Paolo Sorrentino ) The Great Beauty.
    Thank you, I will check it out.

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    Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)

    On TV last night. Beautifully shot, very much worthwhile, even though I did not care for the ending.

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    Absolutely wonderful movie.
    That said, I can see many not liking it, they may not know real young adults like this.

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    "Journey to the West" (2014) by Tsai Ming Liang

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    The Real McCoy (1993)
    Now I remember that I saw he ending of the movie in cable some time ago. Kim was a star in the '90s.

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    I watched The Book of Life (2014), and I enjoyed it quite a bit. I give it a 4/5. Some of the modern music choices struck me as a bit odd, but the story and extraordinary visuals are enough to overtake any small quibbles.

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    Fata Morgana (1971), Werner Herzog documentary on Amazon Prime. 9/10.
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    Othello (2001)
    The last time I saw Othello was 6 years ago with Cura.

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    Paterson is the beat-up old city where I grew up. That is where this was filmed. I think it captures a slice of life there very well.


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    ^^^^

    I like Jim Jarmush as a film maker. He's really precise, real, and off center enough to make the ride through his stories fun.
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Sound of Metal (2019)
    It works because of the great performance by the lead actor & the great sound.
    I especially recommend it to those who have a relative or friend with hearing loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe B View Post
    ^^^^

    I like Jim Jarmush as a film maker. He's really precise, real, and off center enough to make the ride through his stories fun.
    If you are so inclined, I'd like you to gain your impression of the last two films I posted, Paterson and The King of Staten Island.
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