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  1. #8449

    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ravensfan7716 View Post
    I hate artsy type movies. I just have no patience for that shit.


    Recently just saw trailer for Ray Donovan movie coming out in January.

    Recently saw trailer for Jack Reacher TV series coming in February. Looks pretty good. THe lead actor has the size for the character, he was on the TV show Titans I watched with my son. Lousy show but he was ok in it as Hawk.

    He has a sarcastic type Ryan Reynold stich to him. He might do ok as a lead but I have never seen him in much else
    It depends on what you consider artsy. A lot of people would say all Indie pics are artsy but there are some that are really good.

    I think more than I hate artsy films are ones that sellout to the least common denominator and ruin any chance they might have been to be more powerful by veering off the typical Hollywood formula.

    I think the 6th Day by Arnold Schwarzenegger is a good example. Instead of sacrificing himself to save his clone at a pivotal point at the end of the movie they both end up living and I just thought it was so stupid. It ended with them chatting.





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    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    A24 has made me love artsy movies. The Witch, Midsommar, Hereditary, The Lighthouse, Saint Maud, The Green Knight, etc. Just to name a few. I love them.
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  3. #8451

    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    A24 has made me love artsy movies. The Witch, Midsommar, Hereditary, The Lighthouse, Saint Maud, The Green Knight, etc. Just to name a few. I love them.
    Then you might like it, but I wanted to walk out of my own house it was that bad

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  4. Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by usmccharles View Post
    Then you might like it, but I wanted to walk out of my own house it was that bad

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    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by usmccharles View Post
    Then you might like it, but I wanted to walk out of my own house it was that bad

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    Prolly won't watch it if you didn't like it since we often share the same taste in movies, one thing all the movies I named have in common is some tinge of horror, unless the one you watched is supposed to be scary? lol.
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    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    Prolly won't watch it if you didn't like it since we often share the same taste in movies, one thing all the movies I named have in common is some tinge of horror, unless the one you watched is supposed to be scary? lol.
    It's just weird, has something to about pandemic shit.

    I still haven't watched Lighthouse though

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  7. #8455

    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by usmccharles View Post
    Watched Ethan Hawke's new movie Zero and Ones and it might be one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Idk what I just watched. Some weird artsy shit show

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    Lol, I did not see this post Charles. Ethan Hawk, lol. He was good in Training Day and Gattaca. I thought he was good in that horror movie Sinister.

    It would not surprise me one bit if he was in a stinker though. Guy is hit or miss and I can see him being in an artsy fartsy dud of a movie.





  8. #8456

    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BustOfPallas View Post
    Lol, I did not see this post Charles. Ethan Hawk, lol. He was good in Training Day and Gattaca. I thought he was good in that horror movie Sinister.

    It would not surprise me one bit if he was in a stinker though. Guy is hit or miss and I can see him being in an artsy fartsy dud of a movie.
    He was also good in Lord of War.

    I can't even explain why this movie is weird, I want someone else to watch it and see what they think

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    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by usmccharles View Post
    Then you might like it, but I wanted to walk out of my own house it was that bad

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    Re: OT - The Movies/TV thread

    Quote Originally Posted by usmccharles View Post
    It's just weird, has something to about pandemic shit.

    I still haven't watched Lighthouse though

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    I can't say whether you'll like it or not, it's a very unique movie, but you will know pretty quick whether you'll like it or not. I just love it because of how entertaining Pattinson and Dafoe are.
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