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« Reply #6780 on: January 27, 2014, 03:31:20 AM »
shit had me close to tears. no lie  :-[

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« Reply #6781 on: January 27, 2014, 10:56:18 AM »
Any other netflix suggestions?

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« Reply #6782 on: January 27, 2014, 01:31:49 PM »
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« Reply #6783 on: January 28, 2014, 07:54:02 AM »
Her.  That shit blew me away.  I didn't particularly like the ending though.  I thought he was going to kill himself so he could somehow be with the OS after death.  I dunno.  It was great though.  Movie hit me hard.  I highly recommend it.

Wolf of Wall Street.  I couldn't believe how good this shit was.  Had me dying.

Catching Fire.  Read the books because of my vagina.  Movies suck, yet this one was not as bad as the first.

Also, Slappers, I watched all of these movies on this site tunemovie.com .  I have always had websites for watching film/television, but this one is by far the best I have used for film.  No sifting through external links or closing several fucking pop ups.  Also, the quality for Catching Fire and Her were unmatched when it comes to streaming movies.  Wolf of Wall Street was still shitty quality because, I assume, of how recently it came out and they will probably upload a better quailty version in the future.  Check it out if you guys want.  
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« Reply #6784 on: January 28, 2014, 09:58:31 PM »
Her.  That shit blew me away.  I didn't particularly like the ending though.  I thought he was going to kill himself so he could somehow be with the OS after death.  I dunno.  It was great though.  Movie hit me hard.  I highly recommend it.

Wolf of Wall Street.  I couldn't believe how good this shit was.  Had me dying.

Catching Fire.  Read the books because of my vagina.  Movies suck, yet this one was not as bad as the first.

Also, Slappers, I watched all of these movies on this site tunemovies.com .  I have always had websites for watching film/television, but this one is by far the best I have used for film.  No sifting through external links or closing several fucking pop ups.  Also, the quality for Catching Fire and Her were unmatched when it comes to streaming movies.  Wolf of Wall Street was still shitty quality because, I assume, of how recently it came out and they will probably upload a better quailty version in the future.  Check it out if you guys want. 

Im pretty sure you mean tunemovie.com as opposed to the plural which is nothing more that a third party advertising page.

thanks tho!

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« Reply #6785 on: January 29, 2014, 07:01:37 AM »
^^ Fuck, you are right lol.  Whoops, gna edit it now, but seriously it is the best movie site.


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« Reply #6786 on: January 29, 2014, 05:08:20 PM »
^^ Fuck, you are right lol.  Whoops, gna edit it now, but seriously it is the best movie site.

It actually is amazing, like focus your Netflix account good.

Even when the movies are posted in parts it automatically skips the the next part when the previous one ends.

Haven't really looked for many tv shows or older stuff, but yeah thanks for that!

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« Reply #6787 on: January 30, 2014, 06:33:21 AM »
^^ Fuck, you are right lol.  Whoops, gna edit it now, but seriously it is the best movie site.

It actually is amazing, like focus your Netflix account good.

Even when the movies are posted in parts it automatically skips the the next part when the previous one ends.

Haven't really looked for many tv shows or older stuff, but yeah thanks for that!

lolol, yeah I love it.  I haven't looked into TV shows on there.  I think it is just for movies mostly.  I'll usually use letmewatchthis.ch for tv shows.  That site is going down the shitter though.  So many pop ups and navigating external links.  Yet, if you have a show you are dying to watch, you can find quality links through this site, it is just a bit harder.


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« Reply #6788 on: January 30, 2014, 12:39:15 PM »
Just watched Her last night and at first I wasn't too sure if I would like it but I was blown away on how good it was. Joaquin Phoniex is truly an amazing actor, I've  been a fan since he played Cash in Walk The Line & I really liked Spike Jonze's take on the look of the future he made it seem more realistic and believable rather than go the flying cars and robots route.

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« Reply #6789 on: January 30, 2014, 04:22:57 PM »
Just watched Her last night and at first I wasn't too sure if I would like it but I was blown away on how good it was. Joaquin Phoniex is truly an amazing actor, I've  been a fan since he played Cash in Walk The Line & I really liked Spike Jonze's take on the look of the future he made it seem more realistic and believable rather than go the flying cars and robots route.

I had the same thoughts, most likely course for the future to take imo. Also after seeing the movie this is hilarious.


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« Reply #6790 on: January 30, 2014, 08:56:09 PM »
LOOK AT ALL MAH SHEEYIT!

Wasnt expecting such a deep experience from watching this movie, but I was blown away this is a seriously innovative film with so many levels of analysis that could be studied - didnt expect anything from this film but was WOW-ing the whole time. 

*SPOILERS_

Can see people critiquing the 'unrealistic' ending and the lack of tangible motives for the two blonde chicks, but it makes perfect sense if you look at them as they are literally described earlier in the film by Selena Gomez' Christian friend as having "demon blood".  These girls flow through the experience like spiritual forces, they are literal 'demons' with no real human motivation, instinctively spreading death and tempting other characters into givign up their lives ("you'll have all the money and power you could ever dream of" they tell her).  Characters through their own free will choose whether or not to give into these destructive forces that ultimately lead to loss of their life (greed, lust, etc).  Thats just my view on it, was so impressed with everything about this film, people will look at it as a historical piece of film decades down the line, it really captures the zeitgeist of my generation and tricks them to willingly rub their own nose in it.  Fucking spectacular film that Im sure so many hate for all the reasons I enjoyed it


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« Reply #6791 on: January 30, 2014, 09:07:13 PM »
Ah, greetings, greetings, and salutations. I beg your forgiveness. My tardiness was unavoidable. Rava, my love. Elaine, my dear friend.. And you must be Jerry. Lord of the manor. Ah, my liege. A pleasure to serve you.

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« Reply #6792 on: January 30, 2014, 10:44:18 PM »
LOOK AT ALL MAH SHEEYIT!

Wasnt expecting such a deep experience from watching this movie, but I was blown away this is a seriously innovative film with so many levels of analysis that could be studied - didnt expect anything from this film but was WOW-ing the whole time. 

*SPOILERS_

Can see people critiquing the 'unrealistic' ending and the lack of tangible motives for the two blonde chicks, but it makes perfect sense if you look at them as they are literally described earlier in the film by Selena Gomez' Christian friend as having "demon blood".  These girls flow through the experience like spiritual forces, they are literal 'demons' with no real human motivation, instinctively spreading death and tempting other characters into givign up their lives ("you'll have all the money and power you could ever dream of" they tell her).  Characters through their own free will choose whether or not to give into these destructive forces that ultimately lead to loss of their life (greed, lust, etc).  Thats just my view on it, was so impressed with everything about this film, people will look at it as a historical piece of film decades down the line, it really captures the zeitgeist of my generation and tricks them to willingly rub their own nose in it.  Fucking spectacular film that Im sure so many hate for all the reasons I enjoyed it



Had a friend that pretty much lost his fucking mind over how great he thought this was

It was enjoyable for sure though, but the sex scene with gucci mane and the bitch with the cellulite, jelly ass was disgusting

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« Reply #6793 on: January 31, 2014, 02:10:20 AM »


Dallas Buyers Club

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« Reply #6794 on: January 31, 2014, 02:45:33 AM »


8/10 from me to both movies.

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« Reply #6795 on: January 31, 2014, 10:55:19 PM »
LOOK AT ALL MAH SHEEYIT!

Wasnt expecting such a deep experience from watching this movie, but I was blown away this is a seriously innovative film with so many levels of analysis that could be studied - didnt expect anything from this film but was WOW-ing the whole time. 

*SPOILERS_

Can see people critiquing the 'unrealistic' ending and the lack of tangible motives for the two blonde chicks, but it makes perfect sense if you look at them as they are literally described earlier in the film by Selena Gomez' Christian friend as having "demon blood".  These girls flow through the experience like spiritual forces, they are literal 'demons' with no real human motivation, instinctively spreading death and tempting other characters into givign up their lives ("you'll have all the money and power you could ever dream of" they tell her).  Characters through their own free will choose whether or not to give into these destructive forces that ultimately lead to loss of their life (greed, lust, etc).  Thats just my view on it, was so impressed with everything about this film, people will look at it as a historical piece of film decades down the line, it really captures the zeitgeist of my generation and tricks them to willingly rub their own nose in it.  Fucking spectacular film that Im sure so many hate for all the reasons I enjoyed it



Had a friend that pretty much lost his fucking mind over how great he thought this was

It was enjoyable for sure though, but the sex scene with gucci mane and the bitch with the cellulite, jelly ass was disgusting

HAHA yea that was really vile, to me it seemed much of the vibe of the nudity and sex in the film had an intentionally dark cringe-worthy feel adn energy, especially the opening mtv-esque partying shots of the kids acting like retarded animals.  All the sexuality had this really slimy feeling like watching something spiritually twisted, like snakes writhing around eachother in music video slow motion.  The film created such a specific vibe and atmosphere - felt like it was a guerrilla warfare bait and switch mindfucker aimed at my generation...smell the glove kinda shit

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« Reply #6796 on: February 01, 2014, 03:38:00 AM »
Just watched Her last night and at first I wasn't too sure if I would like it but I was blown away on how good it was. Joaquin Phoniex is truly an amazing actor, I've  been a fan since he played Cash in Walk The Line & I really liked Spike Jonze's take on the look of the future he made it seem more realistic and believable rather than go the flying cars and robots route.

Totally agree with the bold. The only depiction of a car was the taxi that the "human representation of Samantha" got in... and we only saw the back panel and window. The sound of it taking off wasn't exactly electric either. Clever... as trying to depict cars of the future is a very damning issue for films set in the future. A lot of the technology was great too... aside from the OS 1, I dont buy that as a plausible technological forecast for a second. The costumes were great too (and i usually wouldn't notice that). Anyone know where it was filmed? I'm assuming most of it was in China? I could probably just look it up...but fuck it.

I was a tiny bit let down by "her" for the same reason others had mentioned... I was just a little too hyped for it I think. But I certainly enjoyed it and would recommend people watch it. ALSO Did people catch the Koston cameo? about 2 seconds on screen with Joaquin?
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« Reply #6797 on: February 01, 2014, 07:04:02 AM »
LOOK AT ALL MAH SHEEYIT!

Wasnt expecting such a deep experience from watching this movie, but I was blown away this is a seriously innovative film with so many levels of analysis that could be studied - didnt expect anything from this film but was WOW-ing the whole time. 

*SPOILERS_

Can see people critiquing the 'unrealistic' ending and the lack of tangible motives for the two blonde chicks, but it makes perfect sense if you look at them as they are literally described earlier in the film by Selena Gomez' Christian friend as having "demon blood".  These girls flow through the experience like spiritual forces, they are literal 'demons' with no real human motivation, instinctively spreading death and tempting other characters into givign up their lives ("you'll have all the money and power you could ever dream of" they tell her).  Characters through their own free will choose whether or not to give into these destructive forces that ultimately lead to loss of their life (greed, lust, etc).  Thats just my view on it, was so impressed with everything about this film, people will look at it as a historical piece of film decades down the line, it really captures the zeitgeist of my generation and tricks them to willingly rub their own nose in it.  Fucking spectacular film that Im sure so many hate for all the reasons I enjoyed it



Had a friend that pretty much lost his fucking mind over how great he thought this was

It was enjoyable for sure though, but the sex scene with gucci mane and the bitch with the cellulite, jelly ass was disgusting

HAHA yea that was really vile, to me it seemed much of the vibe of the nudity and sex in the film had an intentionally dark cringe-worthy feel adn energy, especially the opening mtv-esque partying shots of the kids acting like retarded animals.  All the sexuality had this really slimy feeling like watching something spiritually twisted, like snakes writhing around eachother in music video slow motion.  The film created such a specific vibe and atmosphere - felt like it was a guerrilla warfare bait and switch mindfucker aimed at my generation...smell the glove kinda shit

Yea, I think that's why he liked it too, it kind of mocked that whole cliche of MTV spring break and had some sort of 2013 Scarface reboot thrown in, it was interesting, and they can say what they want about it, but the dudes that made that shit were trying to make James Franco into Riff Raff lmao

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« Reply #6798 on: February 01, 2014, 07:33:07 PM »
Any other netflix suggestions?
this is on netflix? ill have to give it a try because i have been watching boardwalk empire and that dude is an amazing actor

Edit: the last good movie i saw was raging bull with robert de niro, thats on netflix.
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« Reply #6799 on: February 02, 2014, 10:10:28 AM »
I watched The Raid today. Pretty fucking good.

Some awesome deaths, dudes inventive for sure.

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« Reply #6800 on: February 06, 2014, 05:01:53 AM »
Just watched Her last night and at first I wasn't too sure if I would like it but I was blown away on how good it was. Joaquin Phoniex is truly an amazing actor, I've  been a fan since he played Cash in Walk The Line & I really liked Spike Jonze's take on the look of the future he made it seem more realistic and believable rather than go the flying cars and robots route.
ALSO Did people catch the Koston cameo? about 2 seconds on screen with Joaquin?

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« Reply #6801 on: February 06, 2014, 06:11:15 AM »
Well that about equals his footage for the last few years.

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« Reply #6802 on: February 08, 2014, 01:50:42 PM »
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« Reply #6803 on: February 08, 2014, 02:20:02 PM »
Just watched Synecdoche, New York for the eighth or ninth time last night. Best movie of all time.

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« Reply #6804 on: February 08, 2014, 04:11:49 PM »
Well that about equals his footage for the last few years.

That was laugh out loud funny. I lol'd

Watched a few movies lately

Wolf of wall - 8/10
Carrie - 7/10
Bad grandpa - 2/10
American hustle - 3/10
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« Reply #6805 on: February 09, 2014, 06:50:32 PM »
Well that about equals his footage for the last few years.

That was laugh out loud funny. I lol'd

Watched a few movies lately

Wolf of wall - 8/10
Carrie - 7/10
Bad grandpa - 2/10
American hustle - 3/10
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« Reply #6806 on: February 24, 2014, 11:22:15 AM »
So I had to write a review/analysis/blogpost on "Spring Breakers" since noone seems to think it's as incredible a piece of film as I did.  let me know what you think, was fun to write

http://thoughtsfornought.wordpress.com/2014/02/23/spring-breakers-by-harmony-korine-the-most-hated-and-greatest-film-of-the-year/

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« Reply #6807 on: February 24, 2014, 12:33:13 PM »
Really good analysis dude. It's so true that many people did not understand this movie AT ALL. It's amazing how something as simple as color could play such a huge role in a movie. Some people I know thought it was just a meaningless movie with no plot besides violence and sex, how ironic it is that the people that thought this are the same empty pop culture products of modern America that this film is commenting on...
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« Reply #6808 on: February 24, 2014, 02:37:46 PM »
Really good analysis dude. It's so true that many people did not understand this movie AT ALL. It's amazing how something as simple as color could play such a huge role in a movie. Some people I know thought it was just a meaningless movie with no plot besides violence and sex, how ironic it is that the people that thought this are the same empty pop culture products of modern America that this film is commenting on...

right on man, thanks for reading it.  That post would have gone waaaay longer if i didnt have a job/family/life, that film seriously blew my mind.  So much going on under the surface and around the borders of it...I seriously wish I could watch it again for the first time because it had me thinking/feeling more than any film Ive seen in a looooong time.  "Sprign Breakers" and "The Place Beyond the Pines" were seriously overlooked and did way more for me than any of the 'nominated' films this year.  Im glad Jonah Hill got a nom, but Franco's character is an instant classic...shit I thought Bradley Cooper in "pines" was better than most all the performances nominated.  Too bad the Academy Awards scene is more about who is the most popular among certain crowds (aka who can ess a good dee)

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« Reply #6809 on: February 25, 2014, 05:29:23 PM »
Spring Breakers had a lot going on for sure. Audiences were basically looking at caricatures of 90s babies in white America and it seems they didn't grasp that. I couldn't put my finger on what it was about the movie exactly upon watching it, but there was definitely something different with the energy throughout it. It was like looking at some really fucked up drawing of a clown whereas it's something that originally is supposed to make you laugh but it's twisted and distorted into some kind of nightmare and you don't realize what started out as 30 second TRL videos and YOLO extrapolates into this mindset. My homeboy was like hooked on the film but he didn't know why per say either, so you put a lot of things into well elaborated text and it's pretty accurate. People don't realize that they're staring at themselves and it's crazy that they're oblivious to it all. Long story short, dope write up.