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Offline 灰野 敬二

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #960 on: July 23, 2011, 01:22:12 PM »


-Mother-

And my journey through the south korean cinematography continues.

From the director of Memories of Murder and The Host comes this, another masterpiece... which probably is, in my opinion, one of the most entertaining slow paced movies. The storyline might seem generic at first, it kinda is, but it progressively gets better until it reaches on places others can't even find on the map. The atmosphere, the characters, the surroundings and the way they work together makes this movie quite unique. Although it doesn't appear that much, korean humour is there, at it's finest :lol:, and the way they combine it with drama it's just brilliant.
92/100

Watching next: Breathless.
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Offline [myg0t]bOb

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #961 on: July 23, 2011, 01:31:59 PM »


-Mother-

And my journey through the south korean cinematography continues.

From the director of Memories of Murder and The Host comes this, another masterpiece... which probably is, in my opinion, one of the most entertaining slow paced movies. The storyline might seem generic at first, it kinda is, but it progressively gets better until it reaches on places others can't even find on the map. The atmosphere, the characters, the surroundings and the way they work together makes this movie quite unique. Although it doesn't appear that much, korean humour is there, at it's finest :lol:, and the way they combine it with drama it's just brilliant.
92/100

Watching next: Breathless.

That's a brilliant movie, Hye-ja Kim was absolutely phenomenal as "The Mother".



A typical blockbuster made to earn as much money as possible. There's no true art in it. Still it's a 5/10 because of the special effects.

Offline Urban Legend

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #962 on: July 23, 2011, 01:36:22 PM »
Just seen iRobot...

Yo, that little doctor chick... Her name is Bridget Moynahan or something.
 Holy fuck shit. I would beat the brakes off this woman.

Offline BoBO

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #963 on: July 24, 2011, 01:13:50 PM »

 :wub:

Offline FELIX

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #964 on: July 24, 2011, 01:42:06 PM »

 :wub:

That's an awesome movie. DDX' editing style also reminds me of it.

Offline Amaluna

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #965 on: July 24, 2011, 01:50:55 PM »
watched Saw 1 to 3 and Final Destination 1 and 2 ;D they are the best movies  i know... watched it for a week ago  :unsure:

Offline BoBO

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #966 on: July 24, 2011, 02:04:01 PM »
watched Saw 1 to 3 and Final Destination 1 and 2 ;D they are the best movies  i know... watched it for a week ago  :unsure:
Those are the best movies you know? :P

Offline Artifex

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #967 on: July 24, 2011, 02:06:47 PM »


Watching it at the moment  :cc_detective:

Offline Artifex

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #968 on: July 26, 2011, 09:15:42 AM »
OH and this

Disguisting as fuck  :euro:

Offline FELIX

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #969 on: July 26, 2011, 09:19:13 AM »
OH and this

Disguisting as fuck  :euro:

The trailer was funny as fuck, he didn't even speak real german.

Offline Artifex

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #970 on: July 26, 2011, 09:28:39 AM »
And this yesterday

Offline 灰野 敬二

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #971 on: July 26, 2011, 09:56:27 AM »
Two comedies, both exceeded my initial expectations.


That was great, had a few good laughs. 6.6/10


Hilarious, sooo many great lines... 7.7/10
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Offline Seto0

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #972 on: July 26, 2011, 11:17:46 AM »
Back to the future 1, 2 and 3.
What can I say? The best trilogy ever. :euro:

Offline lilj

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #973 on: July 26, 2011, 11:19:44 AM »
Guys i wanna watch some funny movies, something really funny, gimme so names please  :cc_detective:

Offline torekk

Re: What was the last movie you've watched?
« Reply #974 on: July 26, 2011, 11:42:50 AM »


Sin Nombre, world-premiering at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, is an epic dramatic thriller written and directed by Student Academy Award winner Cary Joji Fukunaga in his feature debut. The filmmaker’s firsthand experiences with Central American immigrants seeking the promise of the U.S. form the basis of the Spanish-language movie. Sin Nombre tells the story of Sayra (Paulina Gaitan), a teenager living in Honduras, and hungering for a brighter future. A reunion with her long-estranged father gives Sayra her only real option – emigrating with her father and her uncle into Mexico and then the United States, where her father now has a new family. Meanwhile, Casper, a.k.a. Willy (Edgar Flores), is a teenager living in Tapachula, Mexico, and facing an uncertain future. A member of the Mara Salvatrucha gang brotherhood, he has just brought to the Mara a new recruit, 12-year-old Smiley (Kristyan Ferrer), who undergoes a rough initiation. While Smiley quickly takes to gang life, Casper tries to protect his relationship with girlfriend Martha Marlene (Diana García), keeping their love a secret from the Mara. But when Martha encounters Tapachula’s Mara leader Lil’ Mago (Tenoch Huerta Mejía), she is brutally taken from Casper forever. Sayra and her relatives manage to cross over into Mexico. There, they join other immigrants waiting at the Tapachula train yards. When a States-bound freight train arrives one night, they successfully rush to board – riding atop it, rather than in the cars – as does Lil’ Mago, who has commandeered Casper and Smiley along to rob immigrants. When day breaks, Lil’ Mago makes his move and Casper in turn makes a fateful decision. Casper must now navigate the psychological gauntlet of his violent existence and the physical one of the unforgiving Mara, but Sayra bravely allies herself with him as the train journeys through the Mexican countryside towards the hope of new lives.

Seriously one of the best and most real movie I've ever seen.