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    Indulging an itch for B grade thrillers. One stood out for its unusual style and story. Dave Bautista plays the anti-hero.

    https://www.imdb.com/video/vi3374561...&ref_=tt_ov_vi


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyvideo View Post
    Just watched a movie... as I do from time to time. Not often do I see lighting, design, color, camerawork and the story of a production come together into such a visually enjoyable experience. Leans a little to the complimentary colors of Orange and Teal but done in quite a subtle nuanced way. A 9.5/10 from me

    Runtime 3 hr 9 min (189 min)
    Sound Mix Dolby Digital
    Color Color
    Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
    Camera Arri Alexa XT Plus, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses
    Laboratory ARRI Media, Germany
    Cinematographic Process Codex
    Printed Film Format DCP

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    I would watch that simply because of the director's name: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
    This name sounds like the heiresses name in a game of Clue. I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puredrifting View Post
    I would watch that simply because of the director's name: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
    This name sounds like the heiresses name in a game of Clue. I love it.
    Oh s*%t it's the director of The Lives of Others! If you haven't seen it, drop what you're doing and watch it now! https://g.co/kgs/hxERUc


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahalpert View Post
    Oh s*%t it's the director of The Lives of Others! If you haven't seen it, drop what you're doing and watch it now! https://g.co/kgs/hxERUc
    I'll add it to the list, who has time to watch TV??
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    Last month I watched 400 funny (or intended funny) films. Fifty films made it to the festival. I enjoyed it!
    https://goldensmile.festivee.com/catalog-english


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahalpert View Post
    What happened to this thread? Surely, people are watching interesting stuff daily and just not sharing with the class. What is everybody watching and do they recommend it?

    All I can contribute right now is season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery, which was going very well until taking an odd turn in episode 9 (if you like a space adventure and don't mind a bit of camp). I have high hopes that the season will get back on track and finish as well as it started.

    Very nice opening sequence from episode 10 - generally the show has great effects:

    I've been kind of slack, lately. But...

    The Great (Hulu)(finished)
    Raised by Wolves (HBOMax)(finished)
    Ford vs. Ferrari
    Coroner (CW, but a Canadian series)(mid season break, I believe)
    The Ranch (Netflix)


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    Boston Dynamics robots dancing: Gotta love it.
    Do You Love Me? -Boston Dynamics.
    "Remember To Dip the Right End of the Cigar in your $250.00 dollar glass of Brandy." -Doc Bernard.


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    And no one is watching the Soviet/post-Soviet/post-post-Soviet New Year staple, the "Irony of Fate"?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord.T View Post
    Boston Dynamics robots dancing: Gotta love it.
    Do You Love Me? -Boston Dynamics.
    Saw that on the news the other night. Insane... Skynet and the Terminator are getting closer everyday. *Insert script from so many dystopian futuristic movies* A mega-corporation will rule and control us all. And I see it happening in the US first. Googlezon. Or Amagle. Or Amazogle.


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    That dancing is so good!!

    Almost looks like Disney animation.


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