Has anyone seen this? I’m about to take a trip to my local Redbox and it’s been a while since I’ve seen a good political thriller. I have generally been craving a smart movie lately that instills thought in the viewer, it’s either going to be this or Apollo 18, and Apollo 18 looks pretty stupid so that narrows things down.
I’ve heard good things about it, but haven’t seen it yet. It’s on my list.
great acting, writing, etc…
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So I just finished Season 1 last night and the damn writers are genius!!!! I can’t fucking wait for Season 2.
I trust you are speaking of the award winning BBC program, sir.
Actually I didn’t know there was a BBC version but after watching the American version and liking it so much I will definitely watch the BBC version as well.
I dont know about the best show but it is definitely one of the better ones. This upcoming season looks great too.
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I’ve been looking forward to this one, and now it finally has a trailer:
Keep your eye on this one. It’s coming soon. RT score is 95% at the moment, with an average score of 8.8/10. IMDB has it at 8.8/10 as well.
Just finished seeing this a couple hours ago. Instant classic. Go see it, but don’t go in expecting some uninspired, popcorn flick ala Transporter or Fast and the Furious.
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The racecar scene. That about sums up the movie.
ive been keeping my eye on this on rotten tomatoes, since im a fan of the comics.
Things do not look promising.
Race car scene was completely ridiculous…. Whole movie was just retarded.
Spoiler Alert**** (even though I can’t spoil an already spoiled movie)
During the ending credits, theres a quick scene where Sinestro puts on the fear ring, shit just totally contradicts his entire character and everything he stood for. Especially when they all just get done saying "will" always overcomes "fear".
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Just watched it on Netflix.
German movie based on actual events at a Palo Alto high school in 1967.
(Movie ending didn’t follow the real-life events though).
Teacher wants to teach the class about fascism, so he essentially turns the class into a fascist state over the course of 1 week. Kids take to the concept like flies to honey, but it gets out of control.
Intense movie. Highly recommended.
Wiki article about the actual experiment:
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I’ve read some positive things around the web. No official reviews yet.
Saw it tonight in 3D. I have not read the books, but I thought it was really good. Absolutely an epic adventure movie.
That may be the only thing that hurts it really… people don’t know what it’s about, and there are a lot of characters in this entirely foreign world to keep up with, but I think Stanton balances it out pretty well, and adds in enough humor and action to keep it moving.
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Mind = BLOWD
I think the black monolith represented a blank slate at each stage of mankind’s evolution. First we conquered the biological, then we discovered tools and the bulk of the movie is about our challenge of conquering tools. (I take issue with the philosophical and historic significance of tools – plenty of other animals use tools – what makes mankind special is that we have intent). The monolith on the moon was supposed to be a challenge for individual humans, but we were still vulnerable and weak so we needed a bigger challenge – the monolith on Jupiter was a challenge for the whole civilization. HAL represented the final challenge in our mastery of tools, and a warning not to play god and try to make AI into Life. The psychedelics were to show that we were entering something new, unknown, and unintelligeable. It was also obviously representative of the birth experience. The embryo at the end represented that we had been officially born into the community of interstellar civilizations that we all know is chillin out there.
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was pretty good in a summer full of comic book movies. Lots of action and kind of a cool "Benjamin Buttons" type action on Steve Rogers character.
Movies that always leave me wanting more get a big thumbs up from me…
Great characters. Well cast. Great movie.
Another tediously boring piece of shit like a Kings speech I even think there were some of the same actors , I’m not sure cause everybody looks exactly the same
another case of the director thinking he’s so smart and ambitious that he has to bore the shit out of everybody and everybody wants to be smart too so they all give a good ratings because of its "great cast"
You can tell the producers thought the same thing because the trailer shows the scene where there is a flyover of jets in Budapest.. This scene was literally four seconds long in the film but they do it anyway just to pull in some regular people meaning the ones who don’t write reviews
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