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10 hours ago, IDEM said:

Not really; he's said that he'll only ever do ten movies in the past, but since he's not counting FOUR ROOMS (nor SIN CITY) at all and apparently considers KILL BILL 1 & 2 one movie, that would put him at nine atm. Plus it's unsure how serious that claim was to begin with, and if he'll really honour it (which seems doubtful IMO). So I definitely don't think that this is the last we've heard from ol' Quentin ...

i see okay, i remember hearing he was trying to do a Star Trek movie too and stuff, so i guess it's all based on his own rules and he's not even necessarily for sure sticking with that anyway. i haven't paid all that much attention to his stuff in a bit. Django and Inglorious were a bit too over the top for me so i kinda quit caring, tho i'm sure there's plenty of good stuff in all of his films.

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Inglorious was spectacular ... Haven't paid attention since 

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Ad Astra - Wasted opportunity 

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13 hours ago, randomsummer said:

Downton Abbey :emotawesomepm9:

lady mary can get it for sure

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7 hours ago, Stickfigger said:

Inglorious was spectacular ... Haven't paid attention since 

yeah it and Django weren't necessarily bad, they just went full off the rails at some point. bit of M Night Shyamalan imo, 'okay here's this....it works, and now THE TWIST'   ...from what i'm gathering Once Upon A Time is the same thing so, yeah....never been big on Tarantino anyway.

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Absolutely loved In Fabric. Strickland making lynch-level puzzle fests for the pleasure of my eye and ear holes. 

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i watched The Gate, an 80's sorta Gremlins but demons thing, and it was a little fun and quirky but mostly forgettable. maybe if i'd seen it when i was young and had some attached nostalgia i might've cared, but barring that it was just....okay. bit tame and pretty mild given the pretty out-there premise. 

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Sideways, but with commentary from Giamatti and Church.  A few nuggets of insight, but it was basically Giamatti and Church in a competition to see who could wordsmith the most obscure references.  Church won.

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ive tried really hard to model my life and behavior on THC in that movie, and as a result i've ended up a lot more like giamatti 

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The Lighthouse looks F'n awesome. Me and all the hipsters are gonna love this film.

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On 9/22/2019 at 10:15 AM, auxien said:

yeah it and Django weren't necessarily bad, they just went full off the rails at some point. bit of M Night Shyamalan imo, 'okay here's this....it works, and now THE TWIST'   ...from what i'm gathering Once Upon A Time is the same thing so, yeah....never been big on Tarantino anyway.

Once Upon A Time is a very significant shift in tone more towards his first three movies and it’s really good.

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20 hours ago, Brisbot said:

The Lighthouse looks F'n awesome. Me and all the hipsters are gonna love this film.

Yeah I am pumped for this, The Witch is one of my favorite movies.

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20 hours ago, Candiru said:

Once Upon A Time is a very significant shift in tone more towards his first three movies and it’s really good.

guess I may go see it at the cheap theater if it’s still there in the next couple weeks 

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Looks awesome.

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On 9/23/2019 at 6:06 PM, Brisbot said:

The Lighthouse looks F'n awesome. Me and all the hipsters are gonna love this film.

Awwwww yiissssss!!!!

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If you like nautically themed filems, Bait is mint

 

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1 hour ago, cwmbrancity said:

If you like nautically themed filems, Bait is mint

 

I've heard great things about this film.

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I rewatched "There will be blood" and watched "The Master" for the first time. Awesome films. I was surprised how much I enjoyed The Master. 

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On 9/23/2019 at 3:31 PM, dr lopez said:

ive tried really hard to model my life and behavior on THC in that movie, and as a result i've ended up a lot more like giamatti 

I love when he's talking about Pinot Noir, but actually about himself. Great script for this film. 

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Went to see Ad Astra.  Visually it was pretty nice but everything else was pretty mehh.   I can only watch Brad Pitt quivering so much.  

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really excited about this. the translation to 3d looks incredibly- just misses some of the early 2d charm like lupin constantly kicking zenigata in the opening credit (that gravity defying floating on air and repeated thing that's not realistic or lupin jumping into bed with fujiko only to get kicked in the face cartoon transition queue)

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Joker was really fucking good. Really. 

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8 hours ago, Squee said:

Joker was really fucking good. Really. 

 And are the reviewers who are critiquing it on a kinda identity politics basis full of bs, or at least are over-exaggerating?

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that world war z snot..:catsuicide::catghost::catsob:

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