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Old 02-09-2013, 10:18 AM   #38011
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Tiny Furniture (2010)

Tiny Furniture is a low-budget indie gem from Lena Dunham. I caught wind of the movie when watching the documentary Side by Side with Keanu Reeves. The movie generated a lot of buzz because it was shot using a Canon EOS 7D (Google it!). Frankly, the blu-ray looks phenomenal and it's very awe inspiring knowing this film was shot using a a $1500 DSLR.
Dunham created and currently stars in Girls which airs on HBO and it's received a number of awards (Emmy's, etc). I think I may download a few episodes.

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Lost in Translation, Greenberg
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:21 AM   #38012
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Star Wars- Episode Vl: Return of the Jedi- By far my favorite Star Wars movie. A glorious spectacle of old school effects, with some of the best puppetry ever filmed. And to Hell with the haters, l love the Ewoks. They stepped up and kicked the Empire right in the nutsack, and for that the fuzzy little bastards have my utmost respect.
I rented the VHS from a local furniture store so often that when they finally stopped offering rentals, they called and said I could have their copy of ROTJ!
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Old 02-09-2013, 12:52 PM   #38013
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Lincoln (7.5/10) - As a historical retelling I can't really fault the movie and obviously a great performance by Daniel Day Lewis. However its not really a film I can see myself revisiting much in the future.

They call her one eye (1973) (7/10) - A grim minimalist Swedish revenge flick whose story thankfully differs from LHOTL etc. The slow-mos are a kinda lame but overall I liked its aesthetic. There is also a gory scene with an eye which at the time I thought was good f/x however reading up on it they used a real corpse of some poor girl who had committed suicide and filmed it in hospital amazed they can get away with that.
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:54 PM   #38014
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I blind bought this the very first day it came out and I couldn't of been happier with my decision. Such a great film. I've done a bunch of ride alongs and tours with the LAPD, and Gyllenahal and Pena's acting is spot on with what I experienced with the patrol officers I rode with. Like you said, it gets better with every viewing as well. - 9/10


Basically a film like this either works or fails based on whether or not you buy into the relationship between the partnership of the two officers, and the best thing about the film is the fact that you follow these two guys into their personal lives away from being officers and their actions and interactions as friends is 100% genuine.
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:33 PM   #38015
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Basically a film like this either works or fails based on whether or not you buy into the relationship between the partnership of the two officers, and the best thing about the film is the fact that you follow these two guys into their personal lives away from being officers and their actions and interactions as friends is 100% genuine.
Yeah, the characters are so well written and they put up such fantastic performances that it just draws you into their lives. Such a well handled film, one of the years best.
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Kill List - 9/10

What a strange, strange sense of dread this film gives off. The ending is mesmerizing.
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Detroit Rock City - Always fun to watch .. Amazing soundtrack.
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A Serbian Film - Uncut

Ok, I think I just watched the most fucked up movie Ive seen thus far. I didnt puke or even feel sick. I did however feel inspired. I feel as if I watched the closest thing there is to a snuff film in terms of shock value. I do not have a rating for this yet as it will take me time to process what I just seen. I will say thank you to those who reccomended it to me. Does my not being offended but amazed make me a sick fuck?
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Ok, I think I just watched the most fucked up movie Ive seen thus far. I didnt puke or even feel sick. I did however feel inspired. I feel as if I watched the closest thing there is to a snuff film in terms of shock value. I do not have a rating for this yet as it will take me time to process what I just seen. I will say thank you to those who reccomended it to me. Does my not being offended but amazed make me a sick fuck?


You're good man. Its one fucking awesome movie.
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"Please sir, don't kick my ass... I'll do anything to get out of a beating"

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