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    The Amazing Spider Man...or should I say, The Amazingly Pointless Spider-Man. Everything changed from the Raimi versions was for the worse, and the Raimi versions aren't masterpieces to begin with.
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    Mmmhuh. Well, you gotta blow your money on something. May as well be something legal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord.T View Post
    Mmmhuh. Well, you gotta blow your money on something. May as well be something legal.
    I got an itunes gift card for Christmas, so thankfully, it wasn't my money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott F View Post
    The Grey...Typical "last man standing" survival-type movie.....
    You know what's interesting is that when I saw the film I was frustrated by two things: The known fact that Wolves don't attack people, which the movie blatantly ignored. And the decisions the survivors made in the film would have killed them. (I've spent a fair amount of time out in the wild in my life). I had a hard time getting over that. But as I did, or in between my frustration, I found the film very intense, and the struggle of the main character with himself, with nature, with God, very compelling. What really stood out to me though was Liam Neeson's powerhouse acting. He completely carried the film and lived it.


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    Life of Pi in 3D.


    It was nice in 3D, though I could live without it.

    I'm literally astonished by CGI of animals. It's great. Really. Maybe not to someone who is in 3D bussiness, but I found it fascinating. I don't know if that topic has already been mentioned, but this calls for resurrection of famous film stars... it WILL happen, I'm sure of it.

    ''I want *deceased actor* in this film.''
    ''K sir, it'll just take a lot of rendering.''

    As for film itself, am I the only who think this is actually Calvin & Hobbes for 'grown ups'? (not that is bad, but it's kinda too obvious)


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    Last was Django. Next up is Swingers... 1996 by recommendation . Hey, ya know.
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    Rust and Bone. Brilliant flik.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mile Bozicevic View Post
    Life of Pi in 3D.
    I saw that twice in theaters because I liked it so much. I love how many Oscars it's nominated for, and if it wins just one it better be visual effects. That CGI is absolutely incredible.

    I just saw Django Unchained, one of Tarantino's best in my opinion.
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    Malick's The Tree of Life on Blu-ray- (to use an overused but truly appropriate word) stunningly, mind-blowingly brilliant.

    Loved the non-linearity, and the images... whoa....


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    Currently watching the documentary series "The Story of Film" on Netflix. I'm finding it really fascinating, it's extremely in depth and talks about how style has evolved over the years, all the way from the invention of the camera til now. The narrator (also the director of the series) is extremely opinionated and does not hide his borderline disdain for "commercial" movies, but if you are interested in the history of the art form it's fantastic. Essentially a film class.
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