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    'Listen, Mister god!
    Isn't it boring
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    Samurai Rebellion. 1967. Masaki Kobayashi. Absolutely brilliant.


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    keeping it lite on Friday nite ...

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    (1979)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post

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    Oculus (2013, Flanagan), a supernatural psychological horror film starring Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites, on TV last night. One of the best in the genre, subtle and beautifully filmed. One critic described it as "intelligently nasty horror" which is spot on.

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    Jonathan Mostow's tight 1997 thriller Breakdown
    with Kurt Russell, Kathleen Quinlan & J.T. Walsh

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    Julie Taymor's Titus
    Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Jessica Lange, Alan Cumming, Colm Frere, Laura Fraser
    Year: 1999

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    Alexander Mackendrick's Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tempesta View Post
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    Julie Taymor's Titus
    Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Jessica Lange, Alan Cumming, Colm Frere, Laura Fraser
    Year: 1999
    I absolutely loved this production of Titus. Directed by the director of the Lion King on Broadway. I believe this was her first movie production. This was also the last movie that I saw before Jessica Lange ruined her beautifully naturally aging looks with plastic surgery. If there was a woman aging gracefully and beautifully in Hollywood, it was Jessica Lange. Then she ruined it.

    The entire movie was shot with only 4 colors (brilliant): Black, white, red, & blue. It was beautifully artistic as well as substantive. One of Shakespeare's earliest and greatest of plays. I can't recommend this movie enough. I saw this at least 20 years ago, or whenever it first came out on video. It was great (IMO).

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    Ocean's Eleven (2001, Soderbergh) with George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and many other famous actors, on TV last night. An entertaining comedy with some nice twists.

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    Dune Denis Villeneuve, Part 1. Twice. Monumental. Seemed too short, possibly because it ends in the middle (we knew that). I thought it was too dark most of the time, the palette seldom getting out of gray and black, though there are colorful bursts here and there. Costumes are evocative, if you read the book. There are a few licenses, for dramatic purposes. I did not like the gender/color change of Liet Kynes, though the actress was very good; I thought it an un-necessary change. I also think they expanded Kynes’s part in the story.
    Performances were, for the most part, outstanding. Casting was good, though I wish they’d cast a taller actor for the Duke.
    Too much Zendaya. Why was Jamis so crazed? The Bene Gesserit were beautifully presented. The shot of them deplaning (deshipping?) in the fog and rain in the shaft of light. Ethereal, mysterious, beautiful! .

    All in all, though, the film was worthy of the book.

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    That being said, I loved most of the production & costume design in David Lynch’s 1984 version.
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    D. A. Pennebaker turns his camera on Stephen Sondheim and the cast of his breakthrough musical in this revelatory documentary about artists at work.

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    9/10
    'Listen, Mister god!
    Isn't it boring
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    every day, into a jelly of clouds?'

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