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Originally posted by thelostverse:
Zero Dark Thirty.


Impression?


I liked it. Great performance by Jessica Chastain. I'm also a fan of Chris Pratt and liked his role as one of the SEAL's.
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Originally posted by billhike:
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Originally posted by thelostverse:
Zero Dark Thirty.


Impression?


I liked it. Great performance by Jessica Chastain. I'm also a fan of Chris Pratt and liked his role as one of the SEAL's.

For me Chastain's performance was the highlight of the movie. (And the best non-singing female performance of the year.)
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After seeing TLV's post I decided to fire up Zero Dark Thirty via On Demand. I enjoyed it.


I can't handle that kind of pressure. Big Grin
Seven Psychopaths - strange and funny. It's hard to imagine what these movies would be like if Christopher Walken hadn't turned down the Han Solo role.
Finally watched the American version of Man on the Train that Rob Sutherland brought to my attention. While I found Donald Sutherland excellent in this American remake, the movie should have never been remade imo.

The French movie, Man on the Train is in my all-time Top 100 films.
We've been watching a diverse selection of films:

Total Recall - better than the Schwarzenegger version, but lacking substance. Lots of bullets, chases and explosions. Always funny to me to have such good looking people (Beckinsale, Biel, Farrell) in a bleak, dark and dystopian future.

Cache - in FR with sub-titles. Unsettling and creepy "family" film. Really, really good. Leaves lots of questions for the viewer.

Cabin in the Woods - brilliant horror film that adds to a tired genre.

The Bay - eco horror film similar to Contagion
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Finally watched the American version of Man on the Train that Rob Sutherland brought to my attention. While I found Donald Sutherland excellent in this American remake, the movie should have never been remade imo.

The French movie, Man on the Train is in my all-time Top 100 films.


For some reason, thinking about Man on the Train ( French version) put me in the mood to watch Le Haine again.
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The Sessions


Made my best of the best for 2012.


A bold choice of roles for Ms. Hunt at this stage of her career, don't you think?
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The Sessions


Made my best of the best for 2012.


A bold choice of roles for Ms. Hunt at this stage of her career, don't you think?


Remind me to share her story when we have dinner next month.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Finally watched the American version of Man on the Train that Rob Sutherland brought to my attention. While I found Donald Sutherland excellent in this American remake, the movie should have never been remade imo.

The French movie, Man on the Train is in my all-time Top 100 films.


+1. It would be nearly impossible to have bettered the original.

Watched:

"This is 40" at the behest of my wife. She admitted her mistake half way through. disappointing.

"Etre et Avoir" Stunning, poignant, slow, wonderful.

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