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boone

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Did you like Lampoon's Christmas enough to watch the sequel starring only Uncle Eddie from 2003? All signs point to suckage, but I still kinda wanna watch it.
Santa Claus

I made my family watch th ...
   Topic: last movie you watched...
boone

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I liked Cloud Atlas more than I thought I would. I thought the Neo Seoul section was the weakest link, though. It was really rushed and thin and character motivations were pretty much nonexistent. ...
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boone

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Trinity Is Still My Name

Corney spaghetti western. Smile
Have you seen My Name Is Nobody? It's basically Sergio Leone's commentary on the spaghetti western comedies of the early 70s. Leone produced ...
   Topic: Memories Vol. 1 & 2
boone

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Ah, memories. Holy crap, I've been here for nine years.
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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That all rings true to me. So... would Lolita (Kubrick), Eyes Wide Shut, The Game (Michael Douglas), in terms of plots, qualify as Film Noir? How about Brick?
It's a bit of a stretch, but I think ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

Replies: 36
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Does anyone want to talk about movies made from trading cards?
Thinking about all of this reminded me of Garbage Pail Kids.
I'm pretty sure my mom hated it, but I think I got a few packs of them. ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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Yeah, that professor was just really keen on making us watch that film more than anything. I always thought D. O. A. (The remake) was the best example from my childhood. I could never make it throug ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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Since L.A. Confidential is not a good example of real film noir, I would take what you learned with a grain of salt.

Film noir (which was a term used by critics and not filmmakers until, like, the ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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The Phantom was kind of a troubled production. It started out in the hands of Sergio Leone of all people, then worked its way to Joe Dante, then to Simon Wincer. I skipped it at the time because I t ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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Dick Tracy came out right after Batman. 1990, I think. Neither it nor The Shadow were very noirish. Dick Tracy was pretty much a straight adaptation of the comic, with beautiful, colorful cinematog ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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I love Darkman. One of Raimi's best. Sam Raimi was originally trying to get on The Shadow with a script written by him and the Coen brothers but for some reason it got passed on. He went on to deve ...
   Topic: last movie you watched...
boone

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I challenge you to find an un-flattering picture of JC. Even when she's supposed to look like hell, she still looks amazing.
http://cdnl.complex.com/mp/620/400/90/0/bb/1/ffffff/88b1b7149c41019d7b 3ee ...
   Topic: Batman & Superman
boone

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Views: 18301

Joe Carnahan's Daredevil would have been pretty great.

Batfleck will be the least of this movie's problems. Everybody saw Man Of Steel, right? It was a joyless spectacle of 100 9/11s directly cau ...
   Topic: last movie you watched...
boone

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Man, The Great Gatsby was terrible. The 3D was pretty useless, too; I forgot it was there almost immediately.
   Topic: last movie you watched...
boone

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I saw Avatar in regular screen 3D and found it easier to watch than most 3D movies. I feel a tiny bit of dizziness with most 3D movies. I wonder if that is because Avatar was shot with 3D cameras an ...
 
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