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I watched Glass. Why did I watch Glass?

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ELEKTRO MOSKVA (Dominik Spritzendorfer, 2013)

Pseudodocumentary about early synthesizer development & culture in Russia. Excerpts of interviews with Leon Theremin, secondhand synth resalers, & circuit benders. Nothing hugely mindblowing, but some nifty factoids here & there amid lots of synth porn. Legit knob twiddlers will dig it, I bet.

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2 hours ago, doorjamb said:

ELEKTRO MOSKVA (Dominik Spritzendorfer, 2013)

Pseudodocumentary about early synthesizer development & culture in Russia. Excerpts of interviews with Leon Theremin, secondhand synth resalers, & circuit benders. Nothing hugely mindblowing, but some nifty factoids here & there amid lots of synth porn. Legit knob twiddlers will dig it, I bet.

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that reverberation chamber looks dope, added to watchlist! thanks!

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On 5/21/2019 at 12:16 PM, Nebraska said:

good question: i think they're all sort of the same (although maybe the first one is the best in terms of storytelling) imo: the action gets better as they go along but the story doesn't really progress for the better.

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biggest problem with the third one is that it literally goes nowhere storywise except to set up another film so you feel like it was just john wick 2.2

 

I have a good feeling about this one. So far it looks like he's toning down the cartoonishness that he's gone overboard with. I really did not like The Hateful Eight, and thought it was by far his worst film. I mean, even Death Proof had a really great chase scene at the end that justified the rest of the movie. 

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a classic piece of nollywood filmmaking- the quality of the image above should give you a hint of the quality of filmmaking: basically, not clear, low quality but told with a lot of heart and passion.

the story follows college campus students who are in all kinds of affairs with one another. audio quality made it hard to know what was being said, but from the visual story telling, i was able to tell some of the dudes favored a particular babe (happens to the be very same one i would have favored).

nothing gets to graphic or heated- it's more like this film tried to tone down on any violence. also noticed the soundtrack comprised of mostly reggae music (not complaining) but would've been better to hear some local artists get some shine. 

either way, really disliked the character of 'g money'. what an asshole.

if you wanna see something better than aladdin, i'd say give this film a chance. 

seven badly mixed cassette tapes out of ten

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cool fake documentary. i know someone that worked with this lady and so i gave it a go. this was my reply:

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1 hour ago, Tim_J said:

dear lörd..not akira..

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whitewashing galore

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William Dennis Hunt as Emperor Wang the Perverted

 

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14 hours ago, Nebraska said:

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cool fake documentary. i know someone that worked with this lady and so i gave it a go. this was my reply:

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I didnt make it through the trailer

 

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Dear Hollywood, plz stop live actioning the crap out of classic animated movies.

tho don't care about the disney movies so keep doing that if you want money so bad, and not the good ones like Akira.

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On 5/23/2019 at 10:10 AM, Crossword Enthusiast said:

I watched Glass. Why did I watch Glass?

because you liked Split?

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7 hours ago, Brisbot said:

Dear Hollywood, plz stop

 

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I genuinely wonder if we will see the post-remake-nostalgia era of hollywood in our lifetimes.

And get back to original ideas

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11 hours ago, Brisbot said:

because you liked Split?

Yeah probably, Split was ok.

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4 hours ago, Crossword Enthusiast said:

Yeah probably, Split was ok.

I'm in that same boat. I liked split and have mental note to watch glass at some point, regardless of knowing it's probably going to be the worst in the 'trilogy'. I'll probably ask myself why I watched it after I eventually do as well.

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I just watched Burning and enjoyed it quite a bit...I think. 

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On 5/27/2019 at 3:47 PM, Brisbot said:

I genuinely wonder if we will see the post-remake-nostalgia era of hollywood in our lifetimes.

And get back to original ideas

the films just keep on making money. it’s weird !!!

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19 hours ago, bitchroast said:

the films just keep on making money. it’s weird !!!

it's both weird and not weird at the same time isn't it?

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1 minute ago, Brisbot said:

it's both weird and not weird at the same time isn't it?

kind of. it makes me think the answer to the "will hollywood get back to original ideas?" question is, Don't Count On It! 

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3 minutes ago, bitchroast said:

kind of. it makes me think the answer to the "will hollywood get back to original ideas?" question is, Don't Count On It! 

Speaking of hollywood, you can (almost) always count on Quentin Tarantino to do the original idea thing, or at least an original synthesis of old ideas. His new movie looks great.

And yeah I'm not counting on it. Even if I wanna blame hollywood, remakes rake in a ton of cash naturally and Hollywood is just following that trend.

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lol @ this movie. it's incredibly over the top and in one of those ways where things are so loud and shaky: and it's one of those ways where at some point you can't really tell what's happening. also, i don't think all the monsters were used well (at least imo).

six and half monsters going psycho out of ten

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Mid90s

 

Absolutely loved it. Thought the characters were amazing, especially considering most weren’t actors. The soundtrack was killer. Jonah Hill seems like he has a promising future as a director for sure. 

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