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Damn, that's dissapointing. I was really looking forward to this.
Watched Dr. Strangelove for the first time tonight and enjoyed it. Will need to ponder on it some more. Better than My Fair Lady for 1964 Oscars though.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
Yeah right My Fair Lady was the bees knees in 64.
Love me some film musicals but didn't enjoy that one.
One of the few Kubrick movies I haven't seen.
The man is a genius. I have never seen it either but I am sure it is good.
Yea he's probably one of the GOAT. I need to see that as well as Lolita and his first few films.
He is one of the few directors that could make me like a Tom Cruise film.
I honestly can't even pick a top 5 but The Sword in the Stone is GOAT IMO.
I could go all day though. I fuggin love those movies even today. When I was in college my sister & I would watch all of our old Disney movies during Christmas break. Great stuff.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
That was another one of my favorites. Big fan of the Aristocats, as well.
As for the classics...Sleeping Beauty, Robin Hood, Jungle Book, etc.
Also I didn't fully appreciate it until I saw it again several years ago but Fantasia is phenomenal.
Doak I've got Dr. Strangelove queued up on Netflix just as soon as I finish The Pacific (started watching it in college when it came out but never finished it).
Glad to hear you liked it.
Love that and Band of Brothers. Can't wait for the next one.
Yeah it sounds dope but nothing will ever touch BOB. Bastogne, FTW.
This post was edited by ksred 11 months ago
Hope I never experience anything like Bastogne.
Watched Savages last night, probably the most retarded movie I have ever seen
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
It looked like it would be messy and not done very good. Will avoid at all costs.
This post was edited by The Doak 11 months ago
Unless there's a love scene between Salma Hayek & Blake Lively I'm Seacrest, out.
Only good part is Benecio, his part is pretty solid
Outside of him none of it makes any sense at all
Cool story, could have been good.... but its like a bunch of 20-27 year old chicks got together.... tried to make an Alpha Dog type movie and just failed miserably
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by NoVaNoles 11 months ago
Nothing new there...Benecio is an OG.
Speaking of retarded movies, literally the entire downfall of everyone involved in Alpha Dog could have been avoided if they weren't so stupid. The dude wastes that kid for absolutely no reason.
Oliver Stone hasn't made a good movie in 20 years.
YEah that is one of the saddest stories of all time, sucks that it actually happened
Hollywood continues its campaign to crap all over good books.
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Looked okay to me.
Visuals look really nice. Story looks terrible. I have not read the books before so I have no idea how good the books were.
BOB is one of the best cinematic pieces there is.
i'm glad Hanks and Speilberg are passionate about it - because that generation (WWII) is slowly passing on. it's such a vital time in our history and i'll never grow tired of it. i find everything about it so interesting.
the attention to detail they use is fantastic. and the way they find ways to tell the stories of the characters is second to none. i still to this day hate Upham and everytime i see Jeremy Davies i instantly get pissed off.
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