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The Official Movie Thread

Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Manic Ferocity, May 4, 2007.

  1. V.V.V.V.V.

    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    I never saw the whole of Begotten but there is an unofficial music vid up on Youtube for Silencer's "Sterile Nails and Thunderbowels" which uses clips from the movie.
     
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    Watched American Psycho for the 300:th time today and i still think Batemans morbid obsession with the cards is hilarious,i love how he starts sweating because another guy has a nicer card than him.
     
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    I felt American Psycho was extremely overrated. His character was fun to watch, but everything seemed very forced and that kept bothering me through the whole film.
     
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    Satanstoenail My Larpstyle determines my Derpstyle

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    It scared the crap out of me when I was a kid. But back then we didn't have access to hardcore bestiality at the click of a mouse button I guess.
     
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    I personally think so too, and The Exorcist is also over rated, but in no way boring.
     
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    Just saw You And Me And Everyone We Know. Great movie, and this clip is hilarious.

     
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    for the American Psycho detractors, read the book and enjoy the epiphany that the novel is pretty much a textbook on how to write a ridiculously well developed character

    anyhow. watched Aliens tonight. still badass as ever
    "Nuke the site from orbit...it's the only way to be sure."
     
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    panzerfaust666 German Asshole

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    just watched se7en for the first time. I was impressed; also that they left one murder unsolved was a good idea.
     
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    Killbot A Killer Robot

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    Finished watching Naqoyisqatsi yesterday and whilst perusing the IMDB site, I found a review which summed up my feelings towards the film almost exactly (only a little more extreme):

    It's a real shame that Glass' score and the previous two films in this trilogy have to be associated with such a mess.
     
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    I haven't seen any of the other films in the trilogy, but Koyaanisqatsi is such a beautiful movie accompanied by one of the most powerful soundtracks...I love it
     
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    Killbot A Killer Robot

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    Koyaanisqatsi is by far the best in the trilogy, and one of my favourite films, but I actually think the soundtrack for Naqoyisqatsi is better. Definitely worth a listen if you find a way to do so without seeing the film.

    In other news, I saw The Woodsman the other day. Pretty engaging and I was impressed with the understated ending, but it didn't really stick out in anyway... I probably will have forgotten all about it in a week. Decent, just not memorable.
     
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    Se7en is one of my favorite movies of all time. It's the best movie of the serial killer genre, for me; and the comparisons in the film to Dante's Inferno are amazing (I'm a literature major, so I loved that).

    Also, what murder do you think they left unsolved (I'm just trying to think of what you might mean, but I can't)? Acknowledge if it's a spoiler or something.
     
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    yeah I was really happy to hear the literary refrences etc. They were used perfectly to.

    WEll I could be wrong, but it seemed like they only saw 6 of the seven murders, the last one being Gwyneth Paltrow's head in the box big-ordeal.
     
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    I guess a lot of people don't watch clips here. But seriously you're missing out if you haven't seen this movie.
     
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    the clip didnt impress me that much:(
     
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    then you can't appreciate a good poop joke delivered from a quality child actor (the younger one that is, the older one is meh)
     
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    Gluttony- Fat Man
    Greed- Lawyer
    Sloth- Drug Dealer/pedophile
    Pride- Model
    Lust- Prostitute

    SPOILERS
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    If you haven't seen the film, skip over my post.

























    John Doe was killed by Brad Pitt because he was envious of his normal life. Envy was John Doe's sin.

    The final sin was Brad Pitt's: wrath, because he harbored vengeful/violent feelings towards delinquents such as John Doe. He wasn't killed for his sin though; instead, his wife was killed (as well as their unborn child), and that was his punishment. Before he shoots him, Kevin Spacey tells Brad Pitt "Become vengeance David; become wrath."

    The final two bodies were John Doe and Brad Pitt's wife.
     
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    that brilliant. I got that the wife died, but not why and all that. thats great
     
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    If anyone´s interested i can recommend the Swedish movie "Four Shades Of Brown". In a sense the movie is unique because it could be named as comedy/dark drama. And by dark i mean really dark.
     
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    I just watched this amazing b-horror flick called Hatchet. Funny, gory and good acting. Seriously 8/10
     

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