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    Default *** OFFICIAL Movies & Movie Recommendations Thread ***

    So I noticed that FTR didn't have a thread to talk about movies and make movie recommendations to others. Of course, some movies and movie genres have their own thread, but why not make one official one?

    I guess we should make some ground rules before getting started:

    1) The most important rule obviously: WARN US OF SPOILERS! Don't be a dick and ruin the movie for everybody. Recommend the movie, tell us what cool shit we can expect, and move on. If you want to talk about a specific part, warn us that spoilers are ahead!
    2) Something I like to do with movie threads is have a funny "alternate ending" part. Basically, you create a funny alternate ending for everyone who has already seen the movie to laugh at. However, again, WARN US OF ALTERNATE ENDINGS!

    Anywho, to get things started, "Taken" with Liam Neeson was a SICK movie. If you like those "one-man army" kinda movies, this is one of 'em. 'Tis definitely worth a rent.

    Another movie that I thought was underrated is Role Models. I don't get why this didn't get more love. Paul Rudd is genius and it was probably one of the best comedies I've seen in a long time.

    OK...so probably a weak start to the thread, but whatever...I think movies deserve their own thread in general.
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    theres kinda one of these already... well I guess its more about movies that are currently in theaters or soon to be.. maybe the threads should be merged? Idk..
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    *Sigh* I always do this. LOCK ME UP?
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    I think we should just use this thread, it's pretty with the asterisks and OFFICIAL in all caps
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    Maybe we can use this one for old movies/movies on DVD?
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    fuck it, this is now the asterikx3 OFFICIAL Movies + Movie Recommendations Thread asterkix3

    all other thread can suck it!
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    Sweet...my thread wins.
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    asterisks in the title win imo.

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    This movie is so awesome, I watched it 4 times in one evening. Everytime you see it- its like a new movie.
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    Harry potter and the philosophers stone.

    Into the wild

    Role models

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    Fightclub! Love that flick!

    All 4 Futurama movies. I feel like this show is under-appreciated around the FTR commune.
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    futurama is my favorite show ever, but I didn't think the movies were up to par. They're making a new season airing in 2010 though which I'm very excited about.
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    I just saw The Wicker Man (the original)

    Really 60's, maybe drop some acid before watching or at least smoke a massive spliff. pretty weird film.

    Plus Brit Eckland writhes around in the nude.

    and the classic joke can be made throughout the film:

    What do you call Edward Woodward with no D's?

    E-war-woo-war.
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    I just saw Halloween II and it was pretty damn good. A WHOLE lot better than the first remake.

    Every other second was a nasty kill and the sound effects were pretty fucking awesome.

    P.S. I'm one of those horror movie watchers that rate the movie on blood & gore.
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    Already recommended this shit to you, but "Inglourious Basterds." This thing better win like, an ASS ton of awards.
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    Saw I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell a few days ago. Funniest comedy I've seen in years. Excellent script, great acting, and a story that doesn't insult its fucking audience.

    Wide release on Sept 25 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXTmNApNrxM
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    District 9 just finished watching, thumbs up!
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    OK...so I just watched "I Love You, Man." I thought it was pretty good. Paul Rudd & Jason Segel were great together. Rashinda Jones and Jaime Pressly were pretty damn hot and Jon Favreau (Queens' own) was pretty funny. Also, Lou Ferrigno was in it. How can it be bad with Lou Ferrigno in it?

    I also watched "The Soloist," recently. THIS was a great movie. Jamie Foxx put in an amazing performance as did Robert Downey, Jr. I teared a little...
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    I shall recommend one, and only one movie

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0338309/

    Also, physicists at Berkeley have recently created the first coolometer, and they use this movie as the gauge on this coolometer. If viewers love the movie then they score high on the coolometer, and if they don't love the movie they are pushed off a cliff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanglow
    Saw I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell a few days ago. Funniest comedy I've seen in years. Excellent script, great acting, and a story that doesn't insult its fucking audience.

    Wide release on Sept 25 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXTmNApNrxM
    I cant wait to see it. I just wish the theatres here would show its original version.

    I recommend eyes wide shut, U-Turn (prob the only watchable movie with Jennifer Lopez) and [urlhttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt0315733/]21 grams[/url]
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    Holy shit. So I just saw REC (the movie that Quarantine basically ripped-off) and it was nuts. REC >>>>>> Quarantine. I actually don't know how Quarantine fucked it up so badly. I was legit scared.

    REC is in subtitles...so if you're one of those assholes that bitch about subtitles, don't watch this.
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    i lol'ed pretty hard at pretty much every part of Zombieland.
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    god I cant wait to see zombieland... I am incredibly broke right now though
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    Zombieland was fucking amazing. Everything I've ever wanted in a movie. Please watch quickly.


    ****SPOILER ALERT****
    Bill Murray was a CLASSIC cameo.
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    omg did somebody just mentioned jason statham im like omg hes so dreamy and hunky and so macho in all his movies i just wanna cream all over my manties evar time i see one of his killer movies omg like wtfbbq
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    Quote Originally Posted by wufwugy
    omg did somebody just mentioned jason statham im like omg hes so dreamy and hunky and so macho in all his movies i just wanna cream all over my manties evar time i see one of his killer movies omg like wtfbbq
    qué?

    edit: oh nvm I see the Statham lover's post now
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    i am now refering to them as manties.
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    naw that would be mitties
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    the zombieland is one of the very few times Ive ever skipped over a spoiler. Its just so tempting, but I am going to see it next weekend and I want the experience to be pure.
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    Paranormal Activity sucked balls. I'd like to request some creepy (legitimately scary) movies to watch with the girl. Wuf requested the Vanishing in the Paranormal Activity thread. In case anybody wants to watch another good scary movie, watch [REC].

    In other news, I watched the Boondock Saints again today and I remember why I loved it so much. The Boondock Saints 2 trailer is out fwiw.
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    Don't make the mistake of thinking that The Vanishing is going to outright frighten you. It's a calm and collected film about a sociopath. It uses zero stagecraft to frighten. It is only disturbing inasmuch as the plot is based around the actions of a very real sociopath. It's the kind of film that could provoke it's viewers to think how easily their neighbor could be a sociopath, or how easily they could be targeted as a victim
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    Watch Old Boy instead. Crazy film.
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    In the last week I have watched on my computer

    The Wrestler-Damn good

    Zombieland- Exactly what you think it is and good

    The Soloist- OK, glad I waited to watch ont eh 22"

    New Country for old men- pretty goood

    Wolverine- left me wanting way more, it was so good.

    Love you man- really good

    The Hangover- woke up the wife laughing at 2am

    Food Inc- That shit is fucked up

    I still have "The Usual Suspects" to watch and "Memento"

    I am trying to catch up on movies I have missed out on or just forgot about over the last year or two.
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    zombieland was the shit. I laughed through nearly the whole movie.
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    OMG @ The Usual Suspects. One of my favorites. I wish I were watching it for the first time again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolzzz_321
    Boondock Saints is fucking atrocious
    Finally somebody said it

    The only thing that coulda helped Boondock Saints is Jason Statham amirong
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    meh, it was fun, but ya it wasnt some monumental moment in cinematography when it hit box offices..
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    A person's opinion of The Boondock Saints is an excellent barometer for whether he or she has good taste in movies.
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    mcatdog just LOLPWNED someone or gave them mad props. I'm not sure which one.


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    Interestingly, the two most reliable sources for film opinions I know have diametrically opposed opinions on Booncock Taints
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    Quote Originally Posted by UG
    mcatdog just LOLPWNED someone or gave them mad props. I'm not sure which one.
    Pwned..
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    Quote Originally Posted by UG
    mcatdog just LOLPWNED someone or gave them mad props. I'm not sure which one.
    It's just one of the worst movies I've ever seen and almost everyone who watches a decent number of quality movies shares that opinion, in my experience.

    So that I'm not just trolling this thread, I'll list a few really good movies that most people probably haven't heard of.

    Water - A movie about the practice of sending widows in India to temples where they live the rest of their lives in poverty. The husband of an eight-year child bride dies and she is taken to one of these institutions, where they raise money by pimping the younger widows to members of the highest caste.

    Grave of the Fireflies - A Japanese anime that takes place during WW2. A teenage boy and his preschool aged sister are orphaned and they struggle to survive against the backdrop of Japan losing the war.

    Cinema Paradiso - Probably my favorite movie, though I have a hard time explaining why. A movie director returns to the small town he grew up in, for the first time in 30 years. Most of the movie is flashbacks to his childhood involving his mentor, the projectionist at the local movie theater. The theme is about leaving your childhood behind in order to pursue your dreams, and then the nostalgia you feel for it after it's gone forever.
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    I also agree pretty strongly with something wufwugy posted in another thread which is that the majority of really good movies are tragic ones. I guess it's because with a story about people who have happy lives it's hard to convey a very powerful message.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatdog
    A person's opinion of The Boondock Saints is an excellent barometer for whether he or she has good taste in movies.
    It doesn't take itself seriously and therefore can't be the worst movie ever. Plus it features some of the most obnoxious overacting since Gary Oldman in Leon, which should be worth something.
    <3 <3 <3 Willem Dafoe

    But I agree that this is not what I'm looking for in a movie recommendations thread... be a little more creative people... Nobodies gonna go "OMG Fightclub, I can't believe I've never heard of that! Awesome movie"
    Everyone in the western hemisphere has seen it.

    I've posted all my favorite obscure movies a couple of months back, so I'm not gonna repeat, but I'll try to think of new ones...

    Werner Herzog has released 2 movies recently. idk if they're in theaters yet. I haven't seen either of them.
    Bad Lieutnant looks like another attempt at being more hollywood which previously failed pretty badly for Herzog with Rescue Dawn.
    My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done - doesn't look like he's being in his element either, and the expectations will be stupidly high... David Lynch associated with the Production company, Herzog Directing and OMGWillemDafoe.
    Should be worth watching.
    But it's Herzog, so don't complain if you're looking at an uncut scene of a dancing chicken accompanied by harmonica for 10 minutes at some point during the movie... it happens.

    District 9 - produced by Peter Jackson... which I'm just gonna take as a good thing. In my mind Lord of the Rings never happened. I'm just hoping this is the same guy producing who did Bad Taste, Braindead and Heavenly Creatures.
    Sam Raimi just recently escaped the claws of satan and made a good movie again... I'm just hoping Jackson will follow his footsteps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatdog
    A person's opinion of The Boondock Saints is an excellent barometer for whether he or she has good taste in movies.
    I use it as a buffer between Bad Boys 1 and 2 during my "Just be rilla" nights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatdog
    I also agree pretty strongly with something wufwugy posted in another thread which is that the majority of really good movies are tragic ones. I guess it's because with a story about people who have happy lives it's hard to convey a very powerful message.

    Million Dollar Baby.
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    sunshine cleaning was pretty awesome imo, and it flew under the radar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boost
    sunshine cleaning was pretty awesome imo, and it flew under the radar.
    Get this folks, the US is bombing the sun. I can't make this stuff up. The Nobel Peace Prize marxist Obama is declaring war on the very thing that has given this world warmth. Trying to expediate his scheme for global warming? You decide. When will we wake up and see this tyrant for what he is! Caller number 1, you're on Rush.

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    mcat, make sure you've seen the HBO series The Wire. The whole thing is modeled after Greek tragedy. It's also the all around best drama ever, but that's l.do
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    I think I have pretty good taste in movies, but at the same time Im highly tolerant of entertaining crappy movies. I really enjoyed the wolverine movie. I know theres nothing of value in the movie, yet for what it was it was well presented and definitely first level entertaining. That being said, wanted was probably the worst movie Ive seen since get rich or die tryin. Actually, no, I lied. I saw a movie fairly recently staring morgan freedman and antonio banderas. That was worse than both get rich or die trying and wanted put together.

    Can someone explain to me why morgan freedman does so many shitty movies? Does he have some insatiable heroin habit? Does he just enjoy money bon-fires? I wish he would just stick to narrating and roles in the league of shaw-shank.
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    i dont care what you say about morgan freeman, he was awesome in pulp fiction
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    ^nice.
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    I watched The Celebration last night, a Danish movie that wufwugy recommended. You like some fucked up movies man. That was hard to watch, I actually had to pause it halfway through and finish it this morning. It was really good though, thanks for telling me about it.
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    boondock saints is an awesome bad movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatdog
    I watched The Celebration last night, a Danish movie that wufwugy recommended. You like some fucked up movies man. That was hard to watch, I actually had to pause it halfway through and finish it this morning. It was really good though, thanks for telling me about it.
    Hmm... i've had a movie itch recently. I might try to check this out. tks.
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    monty python and the search for the holy grail is an awesome bad movie.
    fyp

    also powder blue......just cuz you see jessica biel's boobs. anybody seen antichrist yet?

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    I have District 9, GIJoe, Mall Cop and Milk all downloaded ready to go, these are the ones I have seen this last two weeks

    Benjamin Buttons was OK

    Gran Torino was really good

    Food Inc is fucked up

    Memento was good

    Sin City kinda sucked, but It had it's moments

    The usual suspects was supposed to be good but I don't know if it was because I was tired or just figured it out quickly that I was kinda meh about the movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatdog
    I watched The Celebration last night, a Danish movie that wufwugy recommended. You like some fucked up movies man. That was hard to watch, I actually had to pause it halfway through and finish it this morning. It was really good though, thanks for telling me about it.
    Glad you watched it and liked it. They do drop that bomb on you at the halfway point. I really loved the style of direction (called dogme). It gave it the genuine home video feel that fit so perfectly into the scenario. I'm a fan of authenticity and emotions. One of my other favorite movies is Before Sunrise, but that's the exact opposite of fucked up. The emotions that movie triggered for me were so powerful and frustrating that I still haven't watched the sequel, Before Sunset.

    Two of the other must watch foreign films I've seen (and among my favorites) are Seppuku and Evil. You gotta watch those. Seppuku will forever be the best Samurai film made, and the story is one of a kind. Don't let the title of Evil fool you, it's a horrible title/translation. It's a superb film about a super cool kid whom life tries to screw, but because he's so fucking cool he doesn't let it

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056058/
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0338309/
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    best samurai film ever is 7 samurai, ldo.
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    Seven Samurai was pretty great. It was, after all, Kurosawa and starred Mifune, who are both Japanese film legends. But you gotta watch Seppuku. AFAIK, Tatsuya Nakadai was overshadowed by Toshiro Mifune (Mifune often bested Nakadai in their film roles), but Nakadai put on an even more amazing performance than Mifune ever did in Seppuku, and this is coming from a Mifune nuthugger.

    Of course, if you want good action Samurai (Seppuku is more of a drama than an action), you can't get any better than the Miyamoto Musashi trilogy. Mifune was such a fucking badass. Samurai films were seriously among the best ever. American Westerns are almost entirely pulled from Japanese Samurai. If it wasn't for Mifune, Clint Eastwood would probably never have become the film badass he is
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    Need some DVD type movies from the last year or two to catch up on. Pretty much missed them all except the few blockbusters.
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    ^ Body of Lies
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    Quote Originally Posted by wufwugy
    ^ Body of Lies
    I liked the movie, but it bugged me that they left out a huge part of what happened in the book.
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    For sure. That's to be expected

    I loved the movie, though. I also have stopped reading fiction novels partly due to wanting my film experience to be tops. Novels are always better than the film
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    are all of your inner 12 year olds as excited as my inner 12 year old is about Ninja Assassin?

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