I can't hold it back anymore.hecma925 said:Let it go.TheTrisagion said:
+1Pellegrino said:Even better than YouTube or Vimeo, if you have access to Netflix, The Island (Ostrov) is currently available there. Beautiful cinematography and excellent acting; In a remote and very poor monastery on the seacoast, a WWII coward and traitor redeems himself by living the life of a holy fool who resists the adulation of the crowds and torments the monks with his antics. Russian language with subtitles.
I'll put my movie recommendations against Achronos's any day. But I think we did share some in common.orthonorm said:And oc.net continues to wallow in garbage. Achronos really elevated this thread to something to actually check.
We've got it on DVD (in Europe). Words fail to describe this film (i.e. truly great).Pellegrino said:The Island (Ostrov) is currently available there.
+1orthonorm said:The Act of Killing
Possibly the most important film I've seen in a year or two.
The first half hour is boring but then it picks up, so don't be instantly discouraged when you watch it.Arachne said:War Horse is premiering tonight on TV. My son has been begging to see it from the first glimpse of the trailer he got. It's past his bedtime, so he won't be watching tonight, but it's being recorded and we'll all sit through it probably tomorrow.
That looks interesting.orthonorm said:Might get a chance to see Foxcatcher mid to late December. I really hope I don't have my hopes up.
I enjoyed it; really nice shots of smog free L.A.Gebre Menfes Kidus said: