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anyone else on here that can't stand Jean-Luc Godard's stuff? I tried Le Mépris and Made in U.S.A. (for a few minutes lol) and both piss me off equally 

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43 minutes ago, Berk said:

anyone else on here that can't stand Jean-Luc Godard's stuff? I tried Le Mépris and Made in U.S.A. (for a few minutes lol) and both piss me off equally 

your heart must be fresh broken in order to enjoy Pierrot Le Fou and Le Mepris. I'm speaking from experience, there's no other way.

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watched possessor recently.  saw the uncut version. it's a good psychological type syfy horror. immersive and has a nice muted subdued type score. well done. will probably watch it again at some point. 

 

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Real nice critical race theory / wokeness propaganda film.

Everything's the evil rich white man's fault.  They had to throw the "white" in there as much as they could.

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4 hours ago, lyst said:

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Real nice critical race theory / wokeness propaganda film.

Everything's the evil rich white man's fault.  They had to throw the "white" in there as much as they could.

I hope you’re ok. Sounds like you had a tough time 😓

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despite this film's reputation as being one of the original 'video nasties' it's a pretty embarrassing piece of work. a wide eye psycho cruises different bars in new orleans soliciting (then killing) strippers. there's a detective on the case, but you wouldn't know because the other side to this film is his romancing a dame that the rebuffed the psycho's advances. 

if anything- this film can be seen as a travelogue for the new orleans club scene circa 1977-78. 

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During the weekend I watched this incredible 4-part epic War and Peace. This channel is full of gems.

"My idea is that if evil men are linked with one another and therefore strong, the honest men must only do likewise."

 

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a fascinating account of the end of times. main dude (who btw has to be the most annoying protagonist in the entire history of cinema) begins seeing parallels betwix happenings around him and 'revelations' in the good book (he literally will see something around him or on the news, then go read about it in the bible). eventually, he manages to convince his wife and friend (and some chick that digs that dude) to get the hell out of town. they join some military christian group who are pretty much waiting for jesus to come back as they ride the wave of the destruction of earth from their "heavily fortified" compound. 

prophetic out of ten

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Nightmare Alley - by the numbers noire, but with enough Del Toro quality to make it worthwhile. Had a very 90s era HBO vibe to it, a parable like Tales From the Crypt episodes. Great cast, a few pacing issues, but still a good movie. A-

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