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Udi on American Beauty (1999)
It's a classic. Kevin Spacey is great as usual, he's so good the movie feels boring when he's not on screen. The idea with the windows, the camera and the TV screen is really creative, I wish it would have been emphasized a little more.
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thaklos on The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964)
This film is enjoyably absurd, although the concept wears pretty thin over the course of it. Knotts is a strange character, and seems the genuinely enjoy voicing this fish. Light, ridiculously so, but when the Nazi's start plotting against their unseen enemy, Das Limpet, it's hard not to laugh.
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michuk on Brownian Movement (2010)
A woman-centric film that explores the unexplorable.
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forteller on Departures (2008)
Sad, but beautiful. Made my eyes wet a few times. Quite slow, but never boring.
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Stain on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Appalling. The redo of a movie we all saw ten times when we were kids with a much bigger budget seems like a massive waste, and the stuff with Willy Wonka turning out to have daddy issues comes across as stupid
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FitFortDanga on Miami Vice (2006)
I kept nodding off during the movie so I missed a lot of it, but whatever. I wasn't a huge fan of the show, but I watched it from time to time. I'd forgotten how weighty the show was, and the movie captured that mood fairly well. I was sort of hoping the movie would be a lot of mindless action, instead there was a lot of drama and convoluted deals and guys standing around looking cool. I also can't stand Colin Farrell.
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Spunkie on The Sword of Doom (1966)
A rare psychological study disguised as a samurai movie. Nakadai gives one the most passionate performances I've ever seen. His character possibly suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.
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tristanjosephmorgan on There Will Be Blood (2007)
Bleak, brutal, and beautiful.
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KAH on A Clockwork Orange (1971)
On the freedom to morally choose. The statement seems to be that taking away the choice between good and evil, by oppression and/or repression, is an even greater evil. Also it's a deliciously kitschy package of course, excellently photographed ugliness.
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whatismyname on Metropolis (1927)
I was just bored with this movie, I don't see it as the classic many others rank it as.
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