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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:


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


Thanks Rob for the heads-up.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by aphilla:
Henry V (Olivier)


Shakespeare play?


yes, starts in the globe then becomes a movie of the play
kinda cool
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Originally posted by thelostverse:
Just watched The American, with George Clooney. I'd like my money back.


I did not pay to watch, but enjoyed the movie.
Les Miserable
Worst movie of the decade. Singing [if you can call it that] sucked. Acting sucked.

Why do they persist making a musical out a a serious book? There was an old movie from the 70's that was all acting. wish I could get it.

paid $ 6.00 for On-Demand, and wish I could get the $$$ back.
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Originally posted by eyesintime:
Food, Inc. -- very depressing. Not much I hadn't seen or knew before, but still depressing.


Depressing, yes. But also important. IMO, anybody interested in food should see this at least once.
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Originally posted by VinT:
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Originally posted by eyesintime:
Food, Inc. -- very depressing. Not much I hadn't seen or knew before, but still depressing.


Depressing, yes. But also important. IMO, anybody interested in food should see this at least once.

I would also recommend what I think is a more interesting movie King Corn.
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Originally posted by Ed Bowers [i.e. FlWino]:
Les Miserable
Worst movie of the decade. Singing [if you can call it that] sucked. Acting sucked.

Why do they persist making a musical out a a serious book?

I don't think there is necessarily a problem with that. I do think that the musical itself is pretty good--perhaps the movie version is not as good.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by Ed Bowers [i.e. FlWino]:


a serious great book?


Read it and liked it
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Originally posted by The Old Man:
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Originally posted by VinT:
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Originally posted by eyesintime:
Food, Inc. -- very depressing. Not much I hadn't seen or knew before, but still depressing.


Depressing, yes. But also important. IMO, anybody interested in food should see this at least once.

I would also recommend what I think is a more interesting movie King Corn.


I've seen King Corn also.

Yes, VinT, I agree.
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Originally posted by Wineplease:
GI Joe 2 - the first one is way better


The previews make it look awesome.

I want to see the remake of Evil Dead. Anyone else?
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Originally posted by spo:
I want to see the remake of Evil Dead. Anyone else?

What I loved about the original was the camp and ridiculousness. The new one looks meant to be taken more seriously. (Although still, come on...)

Anyway, not certain I'm interested in the 'more serious' take on it. My powers of future-telling predict this as a somewhat reluctant Redbox rental in about a year.
An excellent point, Winetarelli. I wondered if they would try to pull off the humor. I think a differnt direction in this case is wise. I wonder if they plan to re-do Army of Darkness?
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Originally posted by winetarelli:
The new one looks meant to be taken more seriously. (Although still, come on...)

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There are genres called horror and science fiction. Wink
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Originally posted by spo:
I wonder if they plan to re-do Army of Darkness?

A camp classic! Firmly cemented Bruce Campbell as one of the greatest B-movie actors of all time, imo.
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Originally posted by spo:
I wonder if they plan to re-do Army of Darkness?

OH, I hope not! I LOVE that movie! It needs the camp. So funny...

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