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    I LOVE this film!! I love most James Stewart films, but this is a favourite (along with Vertigo!)


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    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939). What an amazing, inspirational film that was!! And Jean Arthur is amazing :3

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    The Pianist.

    The forever in your face thing with the Nazis and Jews... This subject starts to get boring already.

    To be honest, I expected more piano playing in this one, I dunno... Maybe the name of it had something to do with that

    Other than that, I find this one really interesting, plus that "inspired from real life" thing. Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan View Post
    That was the best scene
    I liked the swearing scenes. But that scene was rather brilliant as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked_one View Post
    The Pianist.

    The forever in your face thing with the Nazis and Jews... This subject starts to get boring already.

    To be honest, I expected more piano playing in this one, I dunno... Maybe the name of it had something to do with that

    Other than that, I find this one really interesting, plus that "inspired from real life" thing. Cool.
    If you want something somewhat similar but with more piano, check out "Shine". Great film.

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    Cromwell (1970) with Richard Harris in the title role and Alec Guiness as Charles I. It gets hammered a bit in reviews for historical inaccuracies ('Cromwell was not the first to sign the King's death warrant' etc) but historical films always get dissected. The film is great stuff.

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    Waltz with Bashir.

    Good film, good music. Nuff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aksel View Post
    I liked the swearing scenes. But that scene was rather brilliant as well.
    I laughed for a good minute at the first swearing scene...
    And now for something completely different.

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    Viridiana, by Luis Bunuel. Loved it, especially the scene with the homeless people eating dinner and trashing Don Jaime's house.

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    Fellinis "Satyricon".

    I quite liked Fellinis "La dolce vita" but i truly deserve to reclaim 124 minutes of my life back courtesy of this monstrosity ........

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    Frankenstein (1931)

    Very good film, I thought it was better than Dracula from the same year.
    And now for something completely different.

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    "Say hello to my little friend!"

    If you want to see Antonio Salieri mouth off and deal drugs, watch this film!
    When all the paint has been dried, when all the stone has been carved, music shall remain, and we shall work with what remains.

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    The Pianist.

    I'm a bit ashamed of how long it took me to finaly watch it, but I'm glad I decided to do it yesterday. What an amazing and strong film.
    And now for something completely different.

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    Shutter Island

    What an editing - never saw so many continuity errors. There's so much of them that it really bother while watching - and I'm not someone who's looking out for errors while watching the film. I googled a bit about it and some people even say it might be intended, following the logic of "it's by Scorsese, so it should not have soo much errors". They even think it is due to the main character's story (don't want to say too much - not to spoil it for people). Anyway, I'm not buying the "feature, not a bug" theory, and apart from editing, the film is quite good, well worth watching.

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    Ron Howard's Cinderella Man with Russell Crowe.

    Based on the true story of James J. Braddock's miraculous defeat of Max Baer in 1935, the fight scenes are pretty darned good; but the cinematography was shot way too dark to achieve a 'period' look.

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    Watched it last night .
    Quo Vadis Domine

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