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Lollard2002

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Sep 19, 2012
4,726
Belfast
Boggie Nights (1997)
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In the heat of the night (1967)
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Oldeuboi (2003)

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Seriously you rate Boggie Nights better than In the Heat of the Night, one of the greatest films ever made... Boggie Nights is oK but not really a memorable film. So many great scenes in In the Heat of the Night...One of the rare films I would be giving 5+ There has been many films about racism but In the Heat of the Night goes beyond simple black and white and paints a complex picture off two different men trying to understand each other. it's rare I see a film so multi layered and engaging
 

Genocide

You can't stop what's coming
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Jul 31, 2012
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Seriously you rate Boggie Nights better than In the Heat of the Night, one of the greatest films ever made... Boggie Nights is oK but not really a memorable film. So many great scenes in In the Heat of the Night...One of the rare films I would be giving 5+ There has been many films about racism but In the Heat of the Night goes beyond simple black and white and paints a complex picture off two different men trying to understand each other. it's rare I see a film so multi layered and engaging
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Oct 9, 2019
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Crash (1983)
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Not a typical Cronenberg movie and not what I awaited - very strange thematic with that crashaholics and very good actors. The erotic scenes take too much playtime I think, but definitly worth a a watch.
 

Lollard2002

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Sep 19, 2012
4,726
Belfast
I also cancelled the first watch, because the suspense was missing sometimes, but watched it again the other day and thought it was good.
to be fair sometimes I stop watching a film and then years later I see the whole film and go "My 1st instincts were right!" A good example. Alien 3. Walked out of it in the cinema after 20 minutes and then 20 years later saw it on TV and realised for me I'd made the right call 20 years earlier......
 

jasong

You're Rick *uckin Dalton, and don't you forget it
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Jul 3, 2019
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4 Ninjas = Very Good
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American Psycho
Re watched in 4K last night. Great view of the 80's, Christian Bale is superb and you can see how this helped transition him into major roles. Really enjoyed it. Great music.
 
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Lollard2002

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Sep 19, 2012
4,726
Belfast
4 Ninjas = Very Good

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American Psycho
Re watched in 4K last night. Great view of the 80's, Christian Bale is superb and you can see how this helped transition him into major roles. Really enjoyed it. Great music.
Didn't realise it was out on 4k
 
Jul 20, 2016
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Canada
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