*The King's Speech* was a fabulous movie. I'd highly recommend it.lubeltri said:It looks like you are in luck. Please do see it, it's mighty fine!Gebre Menfes Kidus said:
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Ron Howard has serious skills behind the camera.bogdan said:This evening I watched "In the Shadow of the Moon", a great documentary by Ron Howard about the Apollo Project.
I love one of Alan Bean's lines, about conspiracy theorists: "Nine times. Nine times we went to the Moon. Why would we fake it NINE TIMES?"
It really depends, and this movie certainly highlights some of the nastier and most violent aspects of society. That said, I have experienced neighborhoods remarkably similar to the one portrayed, complete with Hmong gangs. 8) Completely exaggerated? Unfortunately not.Alpo said:Just saw Gran Torino. Awesome movie. It gives pretty rough picture of American society. Is it really like that or was it completely exaggerated?
:-\Cognomen said:Completely exaggerated? Unfortunately not.
I tend to be rather skeptical of anime but Miyazaki's stuff is always worth watching. My personal favorites are Princess Mononoke and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.Shlomlokh said:Just saw Tonari no Totoro or My Neighbor Totoro at the advice of my entire Japanese class. I was pretty impressed. For a movie that was done in the '80s, it looked like it was made recently. Are any of Miyazaki's other movies worth watching? If they're as good as Totoro was I want to check them out.
Oh I am skeptical of it as well, but I was impressed with Totoro. I'll have to check out those others.Iconodule said:I tend to be rather skeptical of anime but Miyazaki's stuff is always worth watching. My personal favorites are Princess Mononoke and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.Shlomlokh said:Just saw Tonari no Totoro or My Neighbor Totoro at the advice of my entire Japanese class. I was pretty impressed. For a movie that was done in the '80s, it looked like it was made recently. Are any of Miyazaki's other movies worth watching? If they're as good as Totoro was I want to check them out.
Sounds like my kind of movie! Thanks. I've added it to my instant streaming to watch later.ozgeorge said:Moartea domnului Lăzărescu ("The Death of Mr. Lazarescu")
A brilliant Romanian tragic-comedy about a retired, cranky Engineer who dies as a result of Kafkaesque medical beurocracy and the social alienation we all live in today.
What a wonderful movie!genesisone said:Last night I saw Doctor Zhivago again for the umpteenth time. But last evening, it was on the big screen in HD. (only $5 admission to each film in a classics series) The colours and detail were amazing - I watched the lack of continuity in the stubble on the faces of Omar Sharif and Ralph Richardson during the train journey to the east. I noticed the icons. A surprising one was St Nicholas (?) in Lara's post-revolutionary apartment in Yuriatin (sp?). It seemed odd that it was there especially as Katya was calling the Tsar an "enemy of the people". Great fun. Though I may have annoyed my wife by my speaking many lines before they were heard from the characters .
The movie was much better than the reviews it received! I wish it would have left the sensationalism out and stayed strictly to the book however; reality is far more frightening than fantasy. But considering this is Hollywood, I thought the movie was well done. I do highly recommend reading the book.vamrat said:I saw The Rite. It reminded me why I love Anthony Hopkins as an actor. It is also a great story. From a Christian perspective, it is one of the few exorcism movies worth watching.
What didn't you like about it?Gebre Menfes Kidus said:Black Swan (One of the worst mistakes I ever made was taking my wife to see this movie. Even if I had seen this alone, I would have forever regretted it. A terrible movie with absolutely no redemptive value whatsoever.)