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Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by terrawrist III, Feb 25, 2004.

  1. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    this is it...the big one...the "official" one if you will...there's no movie forum which trips me out because there's a lot of movie buffs/talk/news etc. on this board...it's gievn lots of late night/early morning disccussion from bennifer to Kubrick...since there IS no forum I'm making this thread the forum...say what the fuck you want about FILM...anything...ideas/news/fav's/recent flicks you saw/Clint howard WHATEVER!...

    I'm in the middle of watching "gerry" from vant sant...brillaint SO far...any thoughts before I go finish it?
  2. Dr Funk MD

    Dr Funk MD TRIBE Promoter

    Requiem for a Dream was a pretty fucked up movie, eh?
  3. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    LOL...yes it was for the upteenth time...I'm using that one more often...upteenth
  4. HiShyGuy

    HiShyGuy TRIBE Member

    it made me wanna call my mom


    poor ole lady all hopped up on goofballs :eek:
  5. Dr Funk MD

    Dr Funk MD TRIBE Promoter

    umpteenth is a good word. So is bagillienth.
  6. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member

    well, my g/f got me to watch "a walk to remember" starring mandy moore last night and i couldn't get into the movie so i started commenting on the editing and film techniques that were good/bad... it was then that i realise that i don't look at movies the way i used to...
  7. Dr Funk MD

    Dr Funk MD TRIBE Promoter

    In all seriousness Fight Club is the best movie ever. Discuss.
  8. Dr Funk MD

    Dr Funk MD TRIBE Promoter

    Yeah film school ruined my tollerence for shitty movies. I can't watch something like that and not think "Now how would Kurosawa have shot that scene."
  9. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member

    though it wasn't the first movie to have a person's alter ego exist as another character, its certainly one of the more poignant...

    did anybody watch scrubs last night? they kinda did the same thing with brandon frasier as that doctor's brother... its a really cool effect...
  10. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    LOL...it's SO true...I couldn't bring myself to watch even 5 minutes of fast and furious no matter how hard I tried...on friday we were sitting around and a "guest" brings over his copy malibu's most wanted...he's a fuckin' guest! what was I supposed to do in that situation!?....I went "ahhh Ok"...and the rest is history...I'm nor dumber for watching that peice of shit,stick to TV bud:(
  11. zoo

    zoo TRIBE Member

    i enjoy bad movies, they're an art unto their own

    bad boys 2, or tomb raider for example

    they were bad, but they were deliberately bad

    which makes them good :)
  12. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    I reccemend "Gerry" to those who like camera work and/or minimal dialogue and just let the atmosphere of the surroundings capture them...Matt Damon/casey affleck have an great repore with one another(im sure they're friends) but that def. helps a script like this that requires believability to get the dialogue...there's one scene where damon tries to make a "sand blanket" so that affleck can jump off a high rock so he doesn't break his ankle...if you're patient it's well worth it:)
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2004
  13. ChROmE

    ChROmE TRIBE Member

    Word. Going to the screening of Starsky & Hutch tomorrow.... I will let you know how it goes.

    Also is City of God out on DVD?
  14. terrawrist III

    terrawrist III TRIBE Member

    I THINK it is actually...in the right places...could be wrong though, GOOGLE that shit!

    let me know about S & H...looks decent
  15. It was supposed to be out last week.

    Then Miramax decided with the Oscar nominations that it's going to be put back into the theatres. The DVD won't be out until at least June now.
  16. rejenerate

    rejenerate TRIBE Member

    I'm still catching up on last year's Oscar nominees/winners...just saw The Hours and Frida...was bored by the former and felt like I missed the point, thought the latter was quite interesting and enjoyable. Was more impressed by Salma than Nicole.

  17. rentboy

    rentboy TRIBE Member

    i've yet to see what the big deal is with Nicole Kidman.
  18. Dead Calm?
    Moulin Rouge? (an actor that can sing AND act AND dance is a rare thing these days)
    To Die For?
    Cold Mountain?
  19. rentboy

    rentboy TRIBE Member

    dead Calm was a good flick, however, i don't really think she was all that good in it...Billy Zane was far more impressive...nod to Sam Neill too.

    Haven't seen TO DIE FOR...heard she was good in it.

    Don't care for Moulin Rouge or Cold Mountain...can't really handle Renee Zellweger either.

    One thing i did see her in a long time ago was BANGKOK HILTON...she was decent in that.

    But this current 'OMG NICOLE KIDMAN' craze is way overhyped.
  20. I'll go with that.
  21. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member

    i think its hard to see how good an actor she is because her facial features are so flawless/doll-like... i almost think she'd get more recognition if she was less attractive...

    to die for = excellent.

    but there was a little aussie flick that was really good, too... one where she plays a russian mail order bride... i forget the name... she really stood out for me there.

    also, "the others"...
  22. Birthday Girl. And it was British :)
  23. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member

  24. Spades

    Spades TRIBE Member

    what do you guys think of the new Dawn of the Dead? looks like a horror movie I might actually want to see.

    sarah polley - surprised to see her in it. not her typical fair.
    promising trailer - nice shots, good music http://www.apple.com/trailers/universal/dawnofthedead/

    first time director (Zack Snyder)
    screenwriter james gunn - most notable scripts are Scooby-Doo 1 & 2

    it has a '28 days later' vibe to it. afterall it is a zombie movie. Will be fun to try to spot the locations as it was shot all over ontario, in Ashbridge's Bay, Toronto, brampton, caledon, and thornhill. hopefully they can pull it off.
  25. Zack walked away from S.W.A.T. when he was told he'd have to stay within a PG-13 guideline, saying that he wanted a darker, grittier and nastier feel to the movie, and not quite what we saw last summer.

    He fought tooth and nail to keep all the gore and nastiness on the screen and keeping the product endorsements on board (despite having their logos plastered in blood in some shots). I think that's a pretty encouraging sign :)

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