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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 5:42 pm 


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Hardware is pretty rad. Really the only Stanley I like. The dude's got some crazy ideas, but dunno about his actual ability to give them life.

Pretty cool little easter egg in Ion Fury where you can find the entire apartment that Hardware takes place in, robot head and all!


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 7:32 pm 


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Juice (1992)
Four Harlem friends who just mess around get their lives caught in a spiral of violence after one of them, played by Tupac, watches White Heat and decides he needs to become like James Cagney's character. Things escalate A LOT, and without spoiling much, tragedy occurs for everyone involved.


Cool. I need to revisit this one, I saw it in 1993 or something. My favorite part was when Omar Epps' character locked himself in his bedroom to work on his DJ routine. I bought the soundtrack and played it a lot too.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:27 pm 


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Bicycle Thieves

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Might give that a watch. >_> At least it doesn't star Marky Mark, mirite! Image High standards abound. :lol:

I've been putting off Hardware forever, IIRC it's quite well-regarded? Looked/sounded rad from what little I saw. Lemmy cameo gets my frothing approval at any rate.

I thought German effort Die Farbe was a decent attempt by the chequered standards of HPL adaptations. Shoots itself in the foot with some silly off-scripting, but it's fairly pardonable.

The HPL Historical Society's wonderful Dark Adventure Radio Theater aside - I still maintain Wolfteam's Mega Drive adaptation of The Dunwich Horror is where it's at for HPL in the digital age. Image


Dagon (2001) was a decent. (based off "The Shadow over Innsmouth", not "Dagon" *shrug*). Anyways, Stuart Gordon (who's got 3 adaptations under his belt) takes a few liberties here and there and you may grumble "hey fucker, that never happened!" but if you like the story it's worth watching.
I got a few of the Dark Adventure Radio Theater discs. don't think we're going to see a film with equivalent production value and dedication unless Guillermo Del Toro get's funding for his "At the Mountains of Madness" project and I think that's as dead as fried chicken at this point, but maybe he's exploring other alternatives. He's a huge fan and I'd want nothing less from a director.


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I did like Brave the movie by Richard Stanley a bit (much moreso than the score by Marillion). I think the director was into it. Hey, it's less than one hour long. More of a ponderous music video than feature film (I don't recall any sound except for the music and off-screen narration to it). Spunky little thing for its time and age.


Never saw Brave. Did see the directors cut of Dust Devil, and it was alright; gotta see the directors cut though.


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Dagon (2001) was a decent. (based off "The Shadow over Innsmouth", not "Dagon" *shrug*). Anyways, Stuart Gordon (who's got 3 adaptations under his belt) takes a few liberties here and there and you may grumble "hey fucker, that never happened!" but if you like the story it's worth watching.


God damn, I enjoyed Dagon ages ago but didn't know / forgot Gordon directed it! :o TBH, I probably wasn't very cognisant of him at the time, haha. Quite the change in tone from Reanimator and From Beyond! I like them as loose, comedy-inflected interpretations but Dagon was legitimately grim stuff.
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Damn, this movie was good. I hoped for so long that these movies would finally get rid of Harry's obnoxious and unfunny relatives, and it finally happened. I appreciate that they weren't even referenced, just gone. There are a lot less kooky characters in general, and the goofball humor was properly toned down. My biggest issue with this series was just how tonally inconsistent it was, and this is the first movie to finally get it right. Easily the best movie in the series so far, but it has a few flaws that hold it back from being truly great.

Lavender was really annoying and felt out of place. The movie's more appropriately dark tone made her presence all the more jarring. I thought we did away with these sorts of characters? The movie also spends a lot of time developing multiple romantic subplots at once, and none of them are interesting or really go anywhere. None of the elements are as groanworthy as they were in The Goblet of Fire, but it all felt tacked on and dull. Ginny is about as interesting as a bowl of stale oatmeal, and the romance she develops with one of the characters doesn't feel believable and it just happens out of nowhere. There's also a certain character turn that I wasn't keen on. I won't say anything specific, other than the fact that it's my favorite character in the series, and the actor/actress has gone on record to say that they disliked the way their character was handled.
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Jennifer's Body. I wrote this off during its theater run as Leer At Megan Fox: The Movie, but it turned out to be a good horror / comedy.

Dark City. Sad to say, I hated this. It felt like watching a abridged version of the Matrix trilogy that went straight to an even dumber version of the flying Agent Smith fight.
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Bicycle Thieves

Great old movie.

I could not find English subtitles for that a few years ago, but The Icicle Thief was, I think, the official English title given Maurizio Nichetti's Ladri di saponette. Pretty rad even without any subs, it was.

The latest movie I've watched was Divorzio all'italiana (1961) by the way. Not have yet finished, but has already passed the test of watchability in my mom's company. Actually, reading about it right now, it's quite a shame about Daniela Rocca's life and career in film acting story following the film's success story.
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Jennifer's Body. I wrote this off during its theater run as Leer At Megan Fox: The Movie, but it turned out to be a good horror / comedy.

Dark City. Sad to say, I hated this. It felt like watching a abridged version of the Matrix trilogy that went straight to an even dumber version of the flying Agent Smith fight.


Dark City is much, much better than The Matrix. It also came out before The Matrix.
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I really need to rewatch the Matrix trilogy one of these days. I remember liking the first one, hating the second one and skipping the third one (I've only seen snippets of it here and there).

Beetlejuice - Maybe it's because I usually caught it mid-run during TV airings and very rarely actually watched it from the beginning, but for some reason I remember the plot of the movie is really different from what I remember. I always knew it was about a haunted house, but I never knew the Maitlands (the main couple) were actually ghosts all this time. I always figured they were just a normal living couple that just happened to be involved with Beetlejuice's ghost hijinks and ended up befriending Lydia. One underrated aspect of the movie is the designs of the actual ghosts. They're all pretty creative and even the ghosts that seem pretty normal like Juno (the Maitlands' caseworker) has smoke coming out from her neck. Incidentally, I was watching my Blu-ray copy of the movie with the Japanese subtitles and voice tracks, and it seems that the ghosts (including the monster forms of the Maitlands) were given names in the Japanese subtitles. They even appear in the Japanese brochure for its theatrical release.
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Did anyone else think it was weird that Beetlejuice and Lydia were best buds in the cartoon spinoff, even though he's practically a bad guy in the movie who tries to marry her against her will?


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Did anyone else think it was weird that Beetlejuice and Lydia were best buds in the cartoon spinoff, even though he's practically a bad guy in the movie who tries to marry her against her will?


This was the late eighties we're talking about here, and turning any remotely popular movie (even some hard-R movies like Robocop) into cartoons was par for the course. It was probably a safe assumption that most of the kids watching the cartoons wouldn't have seen the original movie, so they figured they could probably get away with it as long as it sold toys.
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There was an action figure line based on the Beetlejuice movie, but not the TV show strangely enough. As with all boys-centric toyline, there were no figures of the female characters (but they made one for the gay fat guy).
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Dark City is much, much better than The Matrix. It also came out before The Matrix.


This. The Matrix even used some of the stages from Dark City to save money.
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Deep Red (1975)
A good old great giallo from Dario Argento. Very creepy in places, and the Goblin soundtrack is superb, as always.
The part with the doll automata made me shit bricks.
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Blue Velvet (1986)
I saw this ages ago and forgot almost all of it. Dennis Hopper is by far the best thing in it. I can honestly say everyone else got better with age.

Yojimbo (1961)
Someone finally gave Kurosawa an anamorphic lens. Some pretty cool fighting in this one. Like most of his other works, hard to nail it down to any one genre. Like most samurai films I'm lost w/o the subtitles. This one also doesn't wear out it's welcome, clocking in under 2 hours.

To Catch a Thief (1955)
Not a creepy story like many of other Hitchcock's but a pretty fun romp. The color really pops. Not sure I knew Grace Kelly was so amazingly hot.

The first and third are on Prime right now.
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Watched “der blaue Engel” or the blue angel in English. It stars Emil jammings ( the first Oscar winner) . I watched it in German but they have an English version as well.

Fantastic movie very interesting and memorable. Watching “the professor” go from proud and respected to laughed at and losing all his pride is interesting. Don’t watch if you only like newer movies it’s from 1930 I believe.


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Garfield: Pet Force was such a mind blowing experience that I have to tell someone about it. I thought I had a basic understanding of what Garfield was about but in this he works in a studio with all these other cartoon characters and then BOOM there's a lady with absolutely gigantic tits suddenly out of nowhere and one character is a cross between a trash can and Pepe the frog who appears for absolutely no reason. And the entire movie is like this. Welker's Lorenzo Music impression is also noteworthy.
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It's also "amazing" how Garfield now opens his mouth whenever he "talks", even on The Garfield Show. Nermal's new voice is super annoying, even if it is closer to the comics.


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Aladdin (2019):. ***1/2

So far it's the best of the unnecessary Disney live action remakes I've seen, but that's a rather low bar to clear. I still think the animated version is better, but this one is at least in the same ballpark (probably out in the cheap seats in left field somewhere, but at least in the ballpark.). Surprisingly, Will Smith made a reasonably good Genie. He's no Robin Williams, but nobody could be. It would have been a mistake for the producers of the film to try to get him to imitate Robin Williams, and fortunately I think they recognized this fact and let him give his own identity to the character. For quite a while, the Disney California Adventure park had a live action stage show of Aladdin that performed several times a day, and uncharacteristically for Disney parks they allowed whatever actor played the Genie in any given performance to ad lib quite a bit, which meant if you watched the show more than once it could be quite different the second time around. For the most part the stage shows in Disney parks are strictly scripted to the point where the actors on stage are lip syncing to pre recorded audio, but this Aladdin show was very different. Having seen that show performed a number of times on various trips to Disneyland, I was reasonably certain that, contrary to some people's opinions, Robin Williams was not the only person in the world who could play the Genie character well. (Naturally, they got rid of the Aladdin show a few years ago and replaced it with a much less interesting but more merchandising friendly Frozen show that runs in the theater now.)

Back to the movie, it has some of the usual Guy Ritchie wankery with camera tricks and jump cuts but keeps all that mostly in check (I suspect the fact that his previous film was a John Carter level bomb that lost its studio $150 million probably prompted Disney to keep him on a short leash) but generally it's cheery and colorful in all the ways Dumbo, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast weren't. If I had one complaint about the movie, it's that they somehow managed to make Iago even more annoying than he was when Gilbert Gottfried was voicing the character in the animated film, and that takes some doing.
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Did anyone else think it was weird that Beetlejuice and Lydia were best buds in the cartoon spinoff, even though he's practically a bad guy in the movie who tries to marry her against her will?


I felt conflicted. I knew the 'toon show from Saturday mornings. On some relative visiting a cousin put in some VHS and the moment it opens with the model shot and the Elfman theme I was "Waitaminute. That's Beetlejuice!". Maybe the only time I can think of where I was stunned that I was in the dark about something that way. A movie! There's real people doing this cartoon stuff! Why hadn't anyone told me? What's wrong with you people?! Uh. About the shipping? He's the ghost with the most, babe. It's all there :wink:
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Shadow (2018)
The color palette (or lack thereof) is almost the exact opposite of the Jet Li movie Hero, yet is just as visually striking. Equal parts historical drama about 2 kings, a truce and underlings of a crappy king who won't take back the city their kingdom rightfully owns and action epic, this is worth seeing. Fantastic use of subtle colors all through this movie, and the action and plot twists are well done. Same director as Hero and House of Flying Daggers and just shows this dude knows how to make movies very well. Can't wait to see what Zhang Yimou directs next.
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Climax (2018)
Gaspar Noe's latest. I was flipping through Prime figuring out something to load on my tablet for a flight and saw this. Looked really cheesy (the name is) so didn't read a thing about it and passed. A bit later I was reading what some website thought the best things on Prime are currently and this made this list, where I read who did it and what it was about. That blurb called it Noe's "most accessible film" but also put a disclaimer that it's still definitely his work. It's not for the faint-hearted but was actually only rated R by the MPAA (a first for him). Whilst it has some of the DNA of Enter the Void, it's a different beast. There's only one professional actor, and the rest are dancers. Quite good dancers. The film covers their last night in a remote location after a months-long training course. I won't go into it and I actually would recommend that users don't read the description offered by prime or IMDB and just go in blind. If you are familiar with his previous works, you do know everyone's gonna have a really shitty day. The dance numbers are excellent, the soundtrack is superb, and fans of Enter the Void will like the credits and cinematography.

Terrorizers (1986)
Again, perusing Amazon Prime, this came up when I was looking for some older HK flicks. Highly rated on IMDB, I gave it a go. Not disappointing. Definitely a gear switch from the above. Features something I've since learned is somewhat characteristic of Taiwanese cinema: no soundtrack. Does add a bit of ambiance and I can only imagine how that changes the whole process. This is a look at urban life in Taipei, following 3 couples whose lives are very loosely intertwined. Quite a bit of melancholy and loneliness are featured. A slow burn but a good one.
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Rambo 1-3 (in cinema):
Awesome to see on the big screen, now i can not wait to see Rambo V.
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MIB International: **1/2

I thought Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson did a pretty good job with what little they were given to work with in this one, but overall it was pretty weak compared to the previous MIB movies. The trailer made a big deal out of this being an origin story for Thompson's Agent M, but then it hand waves the whole thing away in about ten minutes of screen time to move on to far less interesting things. The result is basically generic Summer blockbuster fare with a few interesting moments and a lingering sense that this could have been much better than it is.

Also, if they were trying to reboot the franchise with this, they didn't do a very good job of that either. Nobody who hasn't seen the other movies (or read the comics) is going to have any clue what's going on for much of the run time.
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Heat - Bought the Director's Definite Edition on Blu-ray and watched one of the Japanese dubs (the software version to be exact), which has Takeshi Aono (Kyanberu-taisa from the Japanese version of Metal Gear Solid) dubbing Al Pacino, which was pretty cool. The Director's Cut is barely different from the theatrical cut, being a bit shorter too. It's a heist movie, but there's really only one big action scene (and a really cool and violent one at that) and most of the movie is really focused more on the interpersonal relations between Al Pacino and Robert De Niro, as well as the people surrounding them.

Superman: Brainiac Attacks - This felt like watching a bootleg version of the 90's Superman animated series. Sure, the character designs might be the same and you got Dana Delany and Tim Daly voicing Lois and Clark. It was even directed by Curt Geda, who was a storyboard artist in previous DCAU works. Yet, Lex Luthor (voiced by someone who is not Clancy Brown) is a complete buffoon (like Gene Hackman's version of the character from the Christopher Reeves movie series) and is more of a nuisance than an actual threat, while Brainiac acts too much like a generic supervillain instead of being the cold calculating AI he was in the actual series. I even wonder why this movie even exists to begin with. With that said, it's not as bad as its reputation would suggest it is. The story is a bit predictable and childish, with Clark Kent loudly stating his feelings and motivation in every other scene instead of letting the audience pick up on that and the ship tease between Lois and Clark never goes anywhere, but the action was fun. Wouldn't recommend it if you take the DCAU seriously though.

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Street Fighter Alpha: Generations - I remember really disliking this when I saw bits of the English-voiced version on Youtube years ago. Watching the Japanese voiced version now, it's not as bad as I remember, but it's still not particularly great either. The story is yet another "Ryu deals with the Dark Side" episode (which I thought was pretty played out even back then), only with the added implication that Gouki might be Ryu's dad. The cast is pretty small, with Ken and Sakura (along with off-model versions of Gouken and Goutetsu) being the only other characters from the games who show up here, with Ken being completely wasted. The animation is pretty passable, despite its obvious low-budget, but characters make ugly faces during certain shots and the Hadoken doesn't feel as powerful as it should have.

An interesting thing about this OVA is that even though it was made primarily for the US market (it wasn't even released in Japan until they included it as an extra with the DVD release of that crappy live-action Chun-Li movie), Gouki is referred by his Japanese name, even in the English dub. I still wonder why Charlie is now called Nash everywhere in SF5, but they still refer to Gouki as Akuma in the west. I was never particularly fond of that name.


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