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    The Watch: 5/10

    This felt like the most random comedy ever made. It's like a pet project they wanted to make for no reason other than to gloat that they did it. I had a few laughs from Vince Vaughan and Jonah Hill, but the characters are terrible. Their lines are so random and it falls flat where it should be golden. Avoid renting this. Use the other, free method to watch this.


    And now onto the main treats. I double billed it last night, and I haven't done that since the year 2000 when I saw Red Planet and Reindeer Games in one day. Last night, I watched Flight with Denzel Washington and The Man with the Iron Fists with the Rza.

    So basically, I saw a really $#@!ing awesome film and then a piece of $#@!ing $#@!. I wish I watched the POS first, so I could go home happy.

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    Flight: 9/10

    This is Robert Zemeckis' return to cinema, and boy is it great. No Tom Hanks in this, but rather a winning Denzel Washington and the illustrious John Goodman making an appearance. I love this film. I had fun. It's a moral drama, but it works. I'm still not too sure I agree with the ending, but I loved the first act and the last half hour of the third act the most. John Goodman is amazing, as usual on-screen, and his character is hilarious. Flight is a movie everyone should see at least once to enjoy the amazing acting of Denzel Washington and John Goodman. I also LOVE the soundtrack. It's one of those movies that gets the songs right in the right moments in the scene and it just moves you. This is film-making.


    Man with the Iron Fists: 4/10

    I had some high expectations for this, and it's because of the trailer. It basically showed all the good parts. However, the whole film sucked. It was like watching someone drinking himself to death and going on a downward spiral into $#@!dom. It was also a large advertisement for The RZA and Wu-Tang Clan. There's almost not a scene where you don't hear some RZA re-mixed music for the film or from Wu-Tang Clan..and it doesn't suit this film at all. I honestly don't know wtf goes through Quentin Tarantino's head when he approves of this garbage. This is the last $#@!ing time I see a movie because Quentin Tarantino's name is in the credits of the trailer. I've done that mistake before with Hostel, but after this, I'll never make the same mistake again.

    The only things that made me stay and not walk out of the theater were Russell Crowe, the guy who can turn his skin into golden metal and the fight scenes, which were pretty badass. But they still don't make up for the $#@!fest that ensued. The editing and pace felt extremely random, as well as the plot. Even the characters got introduced randomly and some showed up for no reason whatsoever. I guess that's what you get when you let Eli Roth write your screenplay, that $#@!ing hack of a writer who can't even write his way out of a b-movie. And the Rza should just stick to music. He can't act for $#@!, and his voice is annoying when he does the narration.

    But, this movie will make lots of money, and I apologize if I come off as racist, but this movie is for black audiences, just like the Tyler Perry movies. I understand that the Rza wants to channel his love for kung fu cinema of the 70's, but why try to make a serious attempt based on $#@!ty b-movies? At least the fight scenes were badass, and so was Russell Crowe. Another side note is that I've never been as enthusiastic in the past, as I am now about Asian porn. There's some really sexy Asian girls in this that made me think of Japanese porn and a raging erection in the theater.

    The bottom line is: Avoid this piece of $#@! at all costs and if you wanna watch a proper kung fu homage movie, go watch Kill Bill. That's how you make a proper film.


    But I have a theory. Maybe QT is purposely stamping his name on this movie to hype the audience for his actual next one, Django Unchained. Maybe he wants to leave a turd first and then the main desert later on.

    I really wish I saw this piece of $#@! first, then Flight, so I could go home with a satisfied feeling.

    Guess I'll be seeing Wreck-It Ralph tomorrow...cause...videogames!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DreDayDetox View Post
    The Watch: 5/10

    This felt like the most random comedy ever made. It's like a pet project they wanted to make for no reason other than to gloat that they did it. I had a few laughs from Vince Vaughan and Jonah Hill, but the characters are terrible. Their lines are so random and it falls flat where it should be golden. Avoid renting this. Use the other, free method to watch this.


    And now onto the main treats. I double billed it last night, and I haven't done that since the year 2000 when I saw Red Planet and Reindeer Games in one day. Last night, I watched Flight with Denzel Washington and The Man with the Iron Fists with the Rza.

    So basically, I saw a really $#@!ing awesome film and then a piece of $#@!ing $#@!. I wish I watched the POS first, so I could go home happy.

    Anyway

    Flight: 9/10

    This is Robert Zemeckis' return to cinema, and boy is it great. No Tom Hanks in this, but rather a winning Denzel Washington and the illustrious John Goodman making an appearance. I love this film. I had fun. It's a moral drama, but it works. I'm still not too sure I agree with the ending, but I loved the first act and the last half hour of the third act the most. John Goodman is amazing, as usual on-screen, and his character is hilarious. Flight is a movie everyone should see at least once to enjoy the amazing acting of Denzel Washington and John Goodman. I also LOVE the soundtrack. It's one of those movies that gets the songs right in the right moments in the scene and it just moves you. This is film-making.


    Man with the Iron Fists: 4/10

    I had some high expectations for this, and it's because of the trailer. It basically showed all the good parts. However, the whole film sucked. It was like watching someone drinking himself to death and going on a downward spiral into $#@!dom. It was also a large advertisement for The RZA and Wu-Tang Clan. There's almost not a scene where you don't hear some RZA re-mixed music for the film or from Wu-Tang Clan..and it doesn't suit this film at all. I honestly don't know wtf goes through Quentin Tarantino's head when he approves of this garbage. This is the last $#@!ing time I see a movie because Quentin Tarantino's name is in the credits of the trailer. I've done that mistake before with Hostel, but after this, I'll never make the same mistake again.

    The only things that made me stay and not walk out of the theater were Russell Crowe, the guy who can turn his skin into golden metal and the fight scenes, which were pretty badass. But they still don't make up for the $#@!fest that ensued. The editing and pace felt extremely random, as well as the plot. Even the characters got introduced randomly and some showed up for no reason whatsoever. I guess that's what you get when you let Eli Roth write your screenplay, that $#@!ing hack of a writer who can't even write his way out of a b-movie. And the Rza should just stick to music. He can't act for $#@!, and his voice is annoying when he does the narration.

    But, this movie will make lots of money, and I apologize if I come off as racist, but this movie is for black audiences, just like the Tyler Perry movies. I understand that the Rza wants to channel his love for kung fu cinema of the 70's, but why try to make a serious attempt based on $#@!ty b-movies? At least the fight scenes were badass, and so was Russell Crowe. Another side note is that I've never been as enthusiastic in the past, as I am now about Asian porn. There's some really sexy Asian girls in this that made me think of Japanese porn and a raging erection in the theater.

    The bottom line is: Avoid this piece of $#@! at all costs and if you wanna watch a proper kung fu homage movie, go watch Kill Bill. That's how you make a proper film.


    But I have a theory. Maybe QT is purposely stamping his name on this movie to hype the audience for his actual next one, Django Unchained. Maybe he wants to leave a turd first and then the main desert later on.

    I really wish I saw this piece of $#@! first, then Flight, so I could go home with a satisfied feeling.

    Guess I'll be seeing Wreck-It Ralph tomorrow...cause...videogames!
    I agree with most of your points although I'd give it a 6. I wouldn't call it a complete piece of $#@!. QT's name was the reason I saw it, so him not actually making it was the biggest disappointment. I didn't pay much attention to the commercials so I didn't know he didn't actually write/direct it. But it was ok. But Django Unchained does look awesome and can't wait for that!
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    This is a favourite and it's been a while since I've seen a good documentary. If you're in the film industry, in film school or a consumer who buys digital or film products for your camera, then you'll really appreciate this doc. It explains film and digital, and basically puts them in a ring. We have Keanu Immortal Reeves doing the interview questions on these various famous directors and cinematographers. He asks them about film and digital, and everyone has an opinion.

    You have these comparison and contrast points. Pros and cons of film vs. digital. There's good arguments for both sides, and basically what I got from it is that visually, film looks better and that the process of loading a magazine of film or doing everything on film manually is better than having the convenience of digital.

    But then digital argues that it's cheaper and faster to make movies that way, and I can agree with this because I'm in film school. I've already experienced working with actual film on an old school ARRI camera from Germany, where they manufacture them and I hate it. You have to buy film, and it's $1 per foot of film, so essentially you have to make your actors perform at their best in every single take or second of the day, there's no room for error because you're rolling film through that camera that is being wasted, so you're rolling money strips and they're being burned.

    With digital, it's so much faster, because you get to finish more scenes in one day than with film, it's also cheaper because you're using some form of card or flash drive to shoot your footage. And when it's full, you can just off load your footage onto your computer, format your card and film with the same card, just more material.

    This documentary explains all that, and even goes into other post production sections of film-making, like digital and color correction, which is a really cool process and looks like a super advanced version of Photoshop, while giving a history lesson on those inventions and again, more arguments for it and against it by actual film-makers in the industry. Highly recommended.


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    This is a bit off-topic but is anyone planning on seeing Skyfall?

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    If the story is not tied into Quantum of Solace, I'm sure I will get around to seeing it. Only reason I say is because I haven't seen Solace and don't really plan to watch it anytime soon. Are they linked at all?




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    Skyfall looks like it should be a good film, the reviews have been favourable.

    I'm currently watching Avengers Assemble - it's got quite a bit of action and I've got plenty of time for Scarlett Johansson!

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    We Need To Talk About Kevin: 8/10


    Woah. This is one $#@!ed up movie. Aside from that, I love the score and the composition. It also teases you a lot, constantly keeping you anxious as it builds up to whatever it needs to reveal. The actor who plays Kevin is really good, but I have a real hard time picturing Tilda Swinton doing an American accent, and being in the movie. Does she choose to be that anorexic on a regular basis?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DreDayDetox View Post
    Side by Side: 9/10

    This is a favourite and it's been a while since I've seen a good documentary. If you're in the film industry, in film school or a consumer who buys digital or film products for your camera, then you'll really appreciate this doc. It explains film and digital, and basically puts them in a ring. We have Keanu Immortal Reeves doing the interview questions on these various famous directors and cinematographers. He asks them about film and digital, and everyone has an opinion.

    You have these comparison and contrast points. Pros and cons of film vs. digital. There's good arguments for both sides, and basically what I got from it is that visually, film looks better and that the process of loading a magazine of film or doing everything on film manually is better than having the convenience of digital.

    But then digital argues that it's cheaper and faster to make movies that way, and I can agree with this because I'm in film school. I've already experienced working with actual film on an old school ARRI camera from Germany, where they manufacture them and I hate it. You have to buy film, and it's $1 per foot of film, so essentially you have to make your actors perform at their best in every single take or second of the day, there's no room for error because you're rolling film through that camera that is being wasted, so you're rolling money strips and they're being burned.

    With digital, it's so much faster, because you get to finish more scenes in one day than with film, it's also cheaper because you're using some form of card or flash drive to shoot your footage. And when it's full, you can just off load your footage onto your computer, format your card and film with the same card, just more material.

    This documentary explains all that, and even goes into other post production sections of film-making, like digital and color correction, which is a really cool process and looks like a super advanced version of Photoshop, while giving a history lesson on those inventions and again, more arguments for it and against it by actual film-makers in the industry. Highly recommended.
    This is also one of my favorite films of the year and one of the few films I've given 4 stars to. I just like hearing filmmakers talk, so watching interviews with Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, David Lynch, etc. would be enough for me, but it's really informative. It certainly changed how I feel about George Lucas. I used to dislike the guy and even though his prequel films are bad and the changes he's made to the originals are indefensible, I've come to realize that he is a one of the most important filmmakers in cinema history, at least in terms of technology. He changed the Hollywood structure by promoting digital filmmaking in the mainstream.

    Quote Originally Posted by ps3freak18 View Post
    If the story is not tied into Quantum of Solace, I'm sure I will get around to seeing it. Only reason I say is because I haven't seen Solace and don't really plan to watch it anytime soon. Are they linked at all?
    I haven't seen Quantum of Solace or Skyfall, but Bond films are never linked story-wise as far as I know.
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    Yes that is usually the case but my friend told me royale and solace were connected. Not sure if this if this is true.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    This is also one of my favorite films of the year and one of the few films I've given 4 stars to. I just like hearing filmmakers talk, so watching interviews with Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, David Lynch, etc. would be enough for me, but it's really informative. It certainly changed how I feel about George Lucas. I used to dislike the guy and even though his prequel films are bad and the changes he's made to the originals are indefensible, I've come to realize that he is a one of the most important filmmakers in cinema history, at least in terms of technology. He changed the Hollywood structure by promoting digital filmmaking in the mainstream.

    Exactly. I dunno if I really care for the changes he made in the special edition of the original trilogy. I wasn't there when they first came out, so it doesn't affect me at all. The one change he made in the blu-ray in Return of the Jedi wasn't really necessary though. But yeah, I owe him my thanks because I'm not a fan of using film cameras at all lol. But I'm also not gonna be in people's faces about digital like Robert Rodriguez, because that's just an asshole thing to do.


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    It's a bit of an unusual film but it picks up after the first 20 minutes or so. Some lads that like filming stuff get sidetracked at a party, go for a wonder and find a cave that gives them powers and the story goes on from there.

    I would give it a 7/10.



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    SKYFALL: 9/10

    Skyfall was the bond movie we've all been waiting for. I love that Sam Mendes directed this because he's a damn good director. If you don't know who that is, then you'll know he made AMERICAN BEAUTY and REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, among other great works. Let me just say that this is one helluva of an amazing Bond movie and an unforgettable one. I had my doubts about the villain, because of the way they made him look in the trailer, but Javier Bardem still manages to surprise me with his brilliant acting. There's this long shot where he gets introduced, and this guy can act like it's nothing to him. He's gonna become one of those memorable Bond villains like Jaws and Oddjob.

    Other than the great acting from Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Javier Bardem, the cinematography is outstanding! Whoever said that there's some Blade Runner influence in this was right. There's a sequence in the film that really reminds me of Deckerd entering the Bradbury hotel and the rest, reminding me of 2019 LA. There's also some subtle references to previous Bond films in this like Live and Let Die and my favourite, Goldeneye. When I heard the Goldeneye reference, I cried tears of happiness, more so because of the person who was saying the line.


    But what I really loved about it was the way Sam Mendes set the movie up so that there would be more sequels, or a new era of Bond. By the end, you get the sense that these three movies were just the start of it all. There will definately be more Bond movies. I can't wait to live long enough to see the 100th anniversary of James Bond, and see what goodies the Bond100 film collection will offer. By then, we'll probably all have holographic displays that run off laser projects at insane 4k or 6k resolutions or even higher.


    But yeah, I raise a glass of martini, shaken, not stirred, to BOND, JAMES BOND. LONG LIVE BOND!!!!

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    Wreck-It Ralph: 7.5/10

    This is the first Disney animated movie I've been to, and the only reason I went to see it is because it's based on videogames and I saw some popular videogame characters in there like Bowser and Zangief. So yeah, it was worth it. I love what they did with the animation for the Fix-It Felix characters, how they all move in block-like ways, it was so cool to see that 8-bit transition into a full, 3D environment. It had its super cheesy moments, but I did laugh quite a bit at all the great videogame references. I have a feeling it has a deeper message than the plot, that arcades were a fun past time of ours, but now they don't exist anymore because we have them in our home. In a sense, the console killed the arcade. I also absolutely love the animation short film that starts before this film, really great ideas and and style. The only person missing from this movie was Link. Arguably has the best game ever made according to thousands of people and review sites, but yet there is not one single reference to him or Zelda. Did Nintendo ask for too much money to put him in? I mean they got Luigi in the movie and even Mario as a line of reference, but apparently Link has the most expensive rights. I loved the Metal Gear Solid nod. That was so nice, and I got a chuckle out of it.


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    I dunno, it just seems that the franchise is losing its edge. Perhaps its Craig or maybe its just the writers but I really don't the like the direction they are going in and can't imagine what future plots will be like.

    I also don't understand why they insist on such a basic bond considering the technological age we live in. Now I'm not saying they should copy a mission impossible film, but it seems like Bond is trying to be too much like a Bourne film which kind of defeats the point.

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