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#26 | Back to Top02-11-2007 09:17:01 PM

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Come on, every girl I know that's seen Quills says it's panty remover. Also, I dunno about you, but I'm not limiting my attentions to one character. Joaquin Phoenix is a bunch of hot, and so is everyone else (especially that little vixen girl). I get all emot-confused wondering who I should wank over.


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#27 | Back to Top02-11-2007 10:10:58 PM

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I saw Pan's Labryinth yesterday night, that was very nice, a dark wonderful fairy tale.

I liked A Prairie Home Town Companion but then I again I'm a fan of the radio show so... there you go.

I watched Disney's Robin Hood which... you know being an adult and watching that movie and having seen The Lion in Winter makes all the Mommy jokes about Prince John even funnier. Or maybe that's just me.

Lion in Winter is one of the best movies ever and I need it on DVD desperately.

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#28 | Back to Top02-11-2007 10:59:13 PM

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Alithea wrote:

I saw Pan's Labryinth yesterday night, that was very nice, a dark wonderful fairy tale.

My brother keeps threatening to take me to this. I should go with him.


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#29 | Back to Top02-12-2007 06:11:20 AM

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Everyone I've spoken to that's seen it has loved Pan's Labyrinth. I'm quite convinced I need to see it myself, if not in theaters, then as soon as it's out on DVD. In theaters, is it dubbed or subtitled, by the way?


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#30 | Back to Top02-12-2007 08:14:54 AM

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Alithea wrote:

I liked A Prairie Home Town Companion but then I again I'm a fan of the radio show so... there you go.

I've heard the radio show before, and liked it... I just thought the movie was a bit dull. It just didn't seem to have the spark to it that the radio program does.

Man, I've been dying to see Pan's Labyrinth, too... a few people from my dorm saw it the other day and said it was amazing. I hope it sticks around in the theaters long enough here for me to see it (and as The Departed is still in theaters here, I would not be suprised to have Pan's Labyrinth around here for a while longer).


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#31 | Back to Top02-12-2007 10:53:38 AM

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Yasha wrote:

Come on, every girl I know that's seen Quills says it's panty remover. Also, I dunno about you, but I'm not limiting my attentions to one character. Joaquin Phoenix is a bunch of hot, and so is everyone else (especially that little vixen girl). I get all emot-confused wondering who I should wank over.

...how could I forget this movie? etc-wankgirl And no, there's no point in limiting yourself to one character...I mean, it's a movie about de Sade. Go all out, girls (and boys!)!


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#32 | Back to Top02-12-2007 11:33:54 AM

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Giovanna wrote:

Everyone I've spoken to that's seen it has loved Pan's Labyrinth. I'm quite convinced I need to see it myself, if not in theaters, then as soon as it's out on DVD. In theaters, is it dubbed or subtitled, by the way?

If it isn't subtitled, burn the theatre down. It's the damn best movie of 2006 and doesn't need alterations. It also happens to be the movie that convinced me how beautiful language Spanish can be at its best.


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#33 | Back to Top02-12-2007 11:56:35 AM

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Clarice wrote:

Yasha wrote:

Come on, every girl I know that's seen Quills says it's panty remover. Also, I dunno about you, but I'm not limiting my attentions to one character. Joaquin Phoenix is a bunch of hot, and so is everyone else (especially that little vixen girl). I get all emot-confused wondering who I should wank over.

...how could I forget this movie? etc-wankgirl And no, there's no point in limiting yourself to one character...I mean, it's a movie about de Sade. Go all out, girls (and boys!)!

What the crap, I get so much heat put on me for thinking it's a hot movie. I thought I was alone in the world. emot-frown Frankly there's hardly a character in that movie I wouldn't have sex with. I want a rubber-band-about-to-snap morally conflicted gorgeous priest in a sexy black outfit to corrupt. school-devil

Lightice wrote:

If it isn't subtitled, burn the theatre down. It's the damn best movie of 2006 and doesn't need alterations. It also happens to be the movie that convinced me how beautiful language Spanish can be at its best.

Sweet. I need more of that in my life, I hear a lot of Spanish at my job but it sounds awful because it's the Spanish version of redneckspeak or those really trashy English accents. emot-mad I just can't decide whether to see it in theaters or not. I hate going to the theater anymore. Last time I went it was for Casino Royale, which...well that was worth it just for the ball torture. school-devil


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#34 | Back to Top02-12-2007 11:58:44 AM

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I really wanna see "Master and Margarita" but I couldn't find a subtitled version of it. Means I have to get the DVDs, except I don't have much to do with them 'cause I still don't have a DVD-player. emot-gonk
But damnit, the few scenes I saw were quite impressive for a Russian movie. emot-mad Plus they're sticking to the book too!


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#35 | Back to Top02-12-2007 12:05:34 PM

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emot-aaa

They made a movie???

emot-aaa That's been on my reading list for a while now, oh my.


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#36 | Back to Top02-12-2007 12:05:36 PM

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I want to add "Little Miss Sunshine" to le list D:

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#37 | Back to Top02-12-2007 12:18:21 PM

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Giovanna wrote:

emot-aaa

They made a movie???

emot-aaa That's been on my reading list for a while now, oh my.

Yeah, it's a few years old (released in 2005), on 4 DVDs, I think there are 3 or 4 episodes on each. And it's also running on Russian TV too.
I read it just recently too and it was quite good. I mean, one moment they're showing how Pontius Pilate is having regrets for getting Yeshua crucified and then the next moment you see Margarita flying around in Moscow on a broom. Oh yes, did I mention she's naked while doing so? Not to mention the whole thing about the devil visiting Moscow and causing a quite a big chaos.

Sadly, YouTube doesn't have much about this emot-frown


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#38 | Back to Top02-12-2007 12:18:35 PM

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Giovanna wrote:

I just can't decide whether to see it in theaters or not. I hate going to the theater anymore. Last time I went it was for Casino Royale, which...well that was worth it just for the ball torture. school-devil

IMO it deserves to be seen on the big screen. If you dislike crowds in theatres, take an early showing in your day off. That wouldn't have saved you here, though - for the first couple of weeks the Pan's Labyrinth was on you had to reserve the seat three days earlier to get a decent spot and all the showings were full in that time. I hear it isn't quite as popular in the States, though - I don't get why, considering how many Spanish-speakers the country has...

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#39 | Back to Top02-12-2007 12:32:57 PM

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emot-aaa I just checked one of the theaters that isn't on moviefone and it's playing it and much less miserable than Sunset. I think since my tutoring session got cancelled (yay, I hate doing it) that I might run up there and see it tonight...

Edit: O shi, and Hannibal Rising plays right when it gets out...

But but...

emot-gonk

(By the way no early screening but this theater is not a popular one, especially not on a Monday night. emot-dance)


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#40 | Back to Top02-12-2007 12:42:28 PM

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Giovanna wrote:

What the crap, I get so much heat put on me for thinking it's a hot movie. I thought I was alone in the world. emot-frown Frankly there's hardly a character in that movie I wouldn't have sex with. I want a rubber-band-about-to-snap morally conflicted gorgeous priest in a sexy black outfit to corrupt. school-devil

...and I thought I was alone in sitting on the edge of my seat during that movie saying "SHOW HIM FULL LENGTH IN THAT CASSOCK I LIKE IT I LIKE IT I LIKE IT!!!" Although I was amused by the fact I went to see it with two guys and two girls, and they actually all agreed with me when we came out after the movie and I said sulkily: "Dammit why didn't the Abbé get jumped by the Marquis I'm all bitter now cry!" emot-dance

Giovanna wrote:

Sweet. I need more of that in my life, I hear a lot of Spanish at my job but it sounds awful because it's the Spanish version of redneckspeak or those really trashy English accents. emot-mad I just can't decide whether to see it in theaters or not. I hate going to the theater anymore. Last time I went it was for Casino Royale, which...well that was worth it just for the ball torture. school-devil

...damn, I had basically decided not to go and see this movie, and now I feel I must. And I don't know if it's still playing here anymore. ARGH!

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#41 | Back to Top02-12-2007 01:32:50 PM

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Giovanna wrote:

Frankly there's hardly a character in that movie I wouldn't have sex with. I want a rubber-band-about-to-snap morally conflicted gorgeous priest in a sexy black outfit to corrupt. school-devil

Oh god, preach it, sister! emot-frown Conflicted gorgeous priest corruption, YES!


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#42 | Back to Top02-12-2007 01:39:55 PM

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Pan's Labryinth is subtitled. A dub would be scary. It is a really good movie.


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#43 | Back to Top02-13-2007 03:43:41 PM

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Good lord almighty Pan's Labyrinth was amazing. Now I understand why everyone said to see it but couldn't tell me what it's about. It's just not like that, but it really was a beautiful, moving piece of work, a fairy tale and not, heartbreaking but not...yikes. There is definitely something about it though that makes me think SKU fans especially are the sort to appreciate it. If I described what, it would spoil things. emot-frown Just go see it.

And don't be like the cocksuckers in the theater with me that bitched because it was subtitled. emot-mad

Also, during the previews I was reminded of this:

GO SEE OPERAS PERFORMED AT THE METROPOLITAN IN YOUR LOCAL THEATER FAPFAPFAPFAPFAP

I regret I missed a couple. I will correct this by totally catching as many as I can. etc-love Definitely going to one of the encores for The Last Emperor. Maybe I'll make a thread about it if a few more of you are interested in going to any of these. I'm woefully underexposed to this stuff and it would be fun to make the learning experience a group thing. emot-smile

Oh and I saw Hannibal Rising. Just watch the trailer, the best parts are in it, as are the best lines.


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#44 | Back to Top02-15-2007 02:59:05 AM

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dollface wrote:

Mhmm, even my english teacher recomended Pans Labyrinth. I'd really like to see it.

Saw it, and LOVED it. Fucking amazing, go see it now!  emot-aaaemot-aaaemot-aaaemot-aaaemot-aaa


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#45 | Back to Top02-15-2007 12:15:35 PM

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What I want tos ee this weekend is Breach.  It's based on the true story of Robert Hannssen and the biggest case of treason in US history.  The story is a young new FBI agent, fresh out of the academy, is assigned to partner with Hannssen and spy on him.  The FBI wants to catch hannssen in the act of seeling Russia secrets and they're using this new aent to do so, to gain hannssen's trust.  It has Ryan Phillipe, Chris Cooper and Laura Linney in it, so it will have good acting.  The trailer looks good and it feeds my conspiracy theory bone a little.


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#46 | Back to Top02-15-2007 02:02:06 PM

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Yasha wrote:

dollface wrote:

Mhmm, even my english teacher recomended Pans Labyrinth. I'd really like to see it.

Saw it, and LOVED it. Fucking amazing, go see it now!  emot-aaaemot-aaaemot-aaaemot-aaaemot-aaa

I really, really want to see that movie too. etc-loveetc-love I don't think it's showing in my area yet, though. emot-frown emot-frown


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#47 | Back to Top02-15-2007 06:08:04 PM

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Pan's Labyrinth is just beautiful. I went to go see it after work a couple of days ago...and it's just awe-some. But I am on a movie rampage anyway, I just saw Hannibal Rising (I love you Gong Li!) and Letters from Iwo Jima.


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#48 | Back to Top02-15-2007 10:53:02 PM

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Personal_IceQueen wrote:

Pan's Labyrinth is just beautiful.

It really really was. One of the best things I've seen in so long...I especially liked that no matter how you decided to interpret the ending, it tore your heart out and stomped all over it. I cried a bunch. emot-frown

Dammit I wanna yap about it but all conversations are such huge spoilers...


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#49 | Back to Top02-16-2007 02:44:24 AM

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This Pan's Labyrinth thing has intruiged me. I'm checking it out on wikipedia as we speak, er, post.


Hmm...some of my favorite movies. The Neverending Story is one, because the Childlike Empress is fantastic. From my mom's collection of classics, Hello Dolly and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. And I have a weakness for romantic chic-flics, so add to that Hope Floats and Pretty Woman. Add to that most Disney movies. >.> And a few more I can't remember right now.


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#50 | Back to Top02-16-2007 11:41:06 AM

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I was poking around and apparently Joel Schumacher has expressed interest in directing a movie adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman. emot-gonk

I mean, Ruka is as likely to direct it as Joel is, but still that's a completely disturbing thought. emot-gonk emot-gonk emot-gonk

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HOLY SHIT

Gaiman's Wiki wrote:

Several of his works have been optioned or greenlighted for film adaptation, most notably Stardust, which is currently in post-production and will star Robert DeNiro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Claire Danes.

Do...do...do they mean that??? OH MY GOD

That...that's a lovely cast. emot-frown It might work... emot-frown I don't wanna get my hopes up but but...

AUUUUUUUUUUUUUGH

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In 2007 it was announced on his website that after ten years in development the feature version of Death: The High Cost of Living, Gaiman's masterwork, would finally start filming with a screenplay by Gaiman that he would direct for Warner Independent. Don Murphy and Susan Montford will produce while Guillermo del Toro* will executive produce.

* PAN'S LABYRINTH


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