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Forum: The Television & Music Forum 23 hours ago
Replies: 18,390
What are you listening to while you're MoFoin' it?
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: What are you listening to while you're MoFoin' it?

Checking out more Artillery albums. Their 2013 album, Legions can be described in two words: wardrum heartbeat.
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 1 day ago
Replies: 4
The best Slayer album is NOT Reign in Blood
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: The best Slayer album is NOT Reign in Blood

I didn't originally feel a need to listen to the non-classics, so I'm not really sure whether or not I'm going to listen to them.
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 2 days ago
Replies: 2
The Mighty Ducks Sequel Series
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: The Mighty Ducks Sequel Series

Furries, fire swords, spaceships, kung fu, you know. 90's.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 days ago
Replies: 27,509
Movie You're Watching Tonight
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Movie You're Watching Tonight

So I'm watching The Doors, and realize the romantic couple is Pam and Jim... I'm not gonna get through this with a straight face.
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 3 days ago
Replies: 4
The best Slayer album is NOT Reign in Blood
Posted By KeyserCorleone
The best Slayer album is NOT Reign in Blood

I'm a Christian (or at least, a follower of God) who realizes Slayer are NOT satanists and their music isn't gonna kill anyone, no matter what some people think. So I've heard the five classic...
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 5 days ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

Not that I'll ever be mad that I lost, but I was not expecting Ox-Bow, and I wasn't superfond of it past the first 20 minutes. Still, Congrats to Citizen Rules.
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 2 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

The Great Silence


I finally got this done. Wow, this movie was beyond brutal, even for the 60's. Right after the opening credits it shoots at you with a heavy hit to the emotions and it rarely...
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 2 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

The Shooting

I wasn't all that fond of The Shooting.* It's got a boring plot thag didn't really do anything with the major plot point set up in the first ten minutes.* And even thoygh Javk...
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 2 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

It was necessary to begin with. Oh you mean to review it? My bad, I though you meant it being made 😆[/QUOTE]


Do I still have to watch it?
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 2 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Is the Great Silence still necessary?

Is the Great Silence still necessary?
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 3 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

One less??? I have The Great Silence and The Shootist to do.
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 3 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

It's odd that you said you didn't have enough time for this and now you're knocking them out ever couple days.[/QUOTE]

I'm squeezing in as much time as possible.
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 3 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
This one's currently second best on my list, even...

This one's currently second best on my list, even though I might vote for that one before I vote for my own nom because Rio Bravo, despite having John Wayne, may not be as essential as The Good, the...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 weeks ago
Replies: 42
How do you pick your top ten movies of all time?
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: How do you pick your top ten movies of all time?

It's quite the challenge for me. But I try to look at what both movies set out to achieve and then compare the two based on that. Right no my top ten incorporates three very closely related movies...
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 3 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

For the second time I've seen it, I consider it a slight improvement. John Ford's direction is exceptionally focused, but the movie is truly driven by the...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 weeks ago
Replies: 68
Great movies you might never watch.
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Great movies you might never watch.

True. But one mustnít forget all the other victims of the Nazi regime.



Love GWTW. Citizen Kane was torturous to watch & Casablanca is only meh for me.[/QUOTE]


I never saw GWTW but the...
Forum: Movie Reviews 3 weeks ago
Replies: 54
Am I the only one who didn't like Spider-Man: Homecoming???
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Am I the only one who didn't like Spider-Man: Homecoming???

It was a slim improvement on what Tobey MaGuire's first Spider Man offered, and a huge improvement on the Garfield ones. The problem I had with the movie was that it focused more on Tony's...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 weeks ago
Replies: 8
Rank the 90's Disney movies
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Rank the 90's Disney movies

1. Lion King
2. Little Mermaid
3. Aladdin
4. Beauty and the Beast
5. Mulan
6. Rescuers Down Under
7. Hercules
8. Tarzan
9. Hunchback
10. Pocahontas
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 3 weeks ago
Replies: 566
Western Hall of Fame II
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Western Hall of Fame II

The Good the Bad and the Ugly.

This was going to be my nom but it was taken. Still, I might vote for this one because it commands every true aspect of the great western. Clint Eastwood is at his...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 weeks ago
Replies: 68
Great movies you might never watch.
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Great movies you might never watch.

I have seen it. The problem with slow cinema is that it requires more patience. Satantango pushes the envelope a lot, but it's close to perfection.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 weeks ago
Replies: 68
Great movies you might never watch.
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Great movies you might never watch.

Obviously one doesnít have to be Jewish to be profoundly moved by Schindlerís List. Very much Donít send to know for whom the bell tolls. Many races & nationalities were in the death camps as well as...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 weeks ago
Replies: 15
Best Coen Brothers Film
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Best Coen Brothers Film

I'm not fond of moments when people say something is "indisputable."

Fargo has better pacing and more interesting twists and characters. "No Country" also doesn't have the same buddy charisma of...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 4 weeks ago
Replies: 68
Great movies you might never watch.
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Great movies you might never watch.

It is a difficult watch, especially if you know some older Jews. I was raised around a lot of Christians and Jews and it was one of the few movies that made me almost cry.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 4 weeks ago
Replies: 68
Great movies you might never watch.
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Great movies you might never watch.

I mean, that's not erotica though? I find this reasoning a bit weird. Movies with a lot of sex in them and erotica are not the same thing.

I'm hardpressed to say never, since if a movie looks good...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 4 weeks ago
Replies: 150
Are audiences so sensitive and offended by movie content nowadays?
Posted By KeyserCorleone
Re: Are audiences so sensitive and offended by movie content nowadays?

Nah he wasn't about that, he's about serving potato chips for dinner.[/QUOTE]


I don't get it.