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magb on Fargo (1996)
I generally dislike "comedies"; I prefer movies that simply use comedy as a cinematic device just like any other, and that's something the Coens do better than most. I mean, Fargo isn't really a comedy. In some ways it's more like a tragedy. But the way it balances the two "genres" -- and in the process shows how they're more closely connected than we usually realize -- it manages to become both, and neither. Or something like that.
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Spunkie on Transformers (2007)
Has a good start, but lost my attention on the way. Maybe too much cheese in it for my taste. Technically mecha 3-d work is smoking, if only we were able to see it instead of looking at fuzzy camera or object movements.
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Stain on Full Metal Jacket (1987)
Alternatively funny and horrifying war story. A real film, done the way only Kubrick did them
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jeans on Fight Club (1999)
Oh, right: THIS is David Finchers masterpiece ;)
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thaklos on Gandhi (1982)
Kingsley's performance had a profound impact on me as a young man, and I will always remember this as one of the films that showed me how this particular medium can reflect life rather than just exaggerating and parodying it. Looking back, I'm less sure of how I feel about Kingsley portraying Ghandi, but the film's heart, if not its head, is in the right place, so it gets a pass.
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FitFortDanga on Harold and Maude (1971)
Lovely in its own way and rather amusing, and the soundtrack is perfect. It's one of the most unusual love stories around, and there are interesting nuances to the characters, particularly Maude. But her life-affirming platitudes are trite and simplistic. Some are beautiful despite this but others make my stomach clench. The anti-authoritarian angle comes on too strong. Such a hopeless product of hippie romanticism... you've got to stick it to The Man, and love is all you need.
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Lounge on Fight Club (1999)
No wonder this movie has become a cult movie. It is not all about violence. It's also about pure nonsense and fantasy. Edward Norton does a fantastic job, and Brad Pitt is almost as enjoyably mad as in 12 Monkeys.
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turin on The Kingdom (2007)
Could be quite good if it didn't steer away into the direction of car chases and spectacular shootouts in which americam boys save the day - business as usual. Still, it's better then you might except from a hollywood film on terrorism, without really bad moments, but definetely below Michael Mann's capabilities.
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movieboy on American History X (1998)
The movie is good, but Ed Norton's performance is one of the best I have seen by any actor.
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rrees on Zombieland (2009)
The Zom-Rom-Com done US style: carnivals, violence and a road trip.
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