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Take the Money and Run (1969)

Woody Allen mockumentary in which he plays a born loser who turns to a life of crime. It does have some funny moments, but it felt kind of incomplete to me. I think I'd only recommend it to Allen fans.




Take the Money and Run (1969)

Woody Allen mockumentary in which he plays a born loser who turns to a life of crime. It does have some funny moments, but it felt kind of incomplete to me. I think I'd only recommend it to Allen fans.

I'm not really a Woody Allen fan, but I liked Take the Money and Run. I thought it was one of his better movies.



Scarface (1983) - Brian De Palma



Watched it long time ago, didn't remember much...certainly needed to watch one more time, glad I did so.

8.5 out of 10
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Straw Dogs (1971) - Sam Peckinpah



This one I didn't like that much...Had its moments all right, but as a whole, it didn't do anything much to me...remember watching The Wild Bunch, which was far better in almost all aspects...

6.5 out of 10



Mad Max: Fury Road (A.K.A. Let's Put on More Makup in the Wasteland, A.K.A. Airbrush the Explosions, A.K.A. Transformers Level of Blurry Action)





Boring. Doesn't hold a candle to the original or Road Warrior.



A Child Is Waiting (1963)

Rocco and His Brothers (1960)

Too Late Blues (1961)
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Inception



With a running time of nearly two and a half hours this movie never seemed overlong. I knew nothing about it going in so had no expectations. Certainly demands a re-watch.

4/5
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Vivre sa vie (1962)

It's a 12 chapter movie, in which 3 of them are absolutely brilliant. The rest are good but a little hard to digest.
I love the way it is shot, I love Anna Karina on this and I really like the soundtrack.
It's only my 5th Godard, and it's probably my 2nd or 3rd favourite, behind Pierrot le Fou and tied with Breathless.




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La Dolce Vita (1960)

AN ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE!!



What did you like about La Dolce Vita?



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To be honest, I found it near flawless. I loved the 'coolness' of it all, yet it has such a wonderfully dark side to it. I loved the scenery, especially Trevi fountain. I loved Mastroianni's performance, so much so that I'd rank it with one of the best I've seen. He just made it so easy to identify with his character and what he is going through. I loved the cars, the parties, the fShion, the relationships, the clothes. I loved the masterful, uncertain ending of the film and last but not least, I loved Anita Ekberg.

You can call me a fan.



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I loved Mastroianni's performance, so much so that I'd rank it with one of the best I've seen.
I especially agree with this. Mastroianni is a Top 10 actor for me and his performance in the film is my favorite, and the main reason why I got to love him.

Once again glad you liked it.



28/30 Kurosawa movies down. Two to go. Only The Idiot and Derzu Uzala left.
Are you going to do a general ranking of his work after you've finished?

Impressive achievement, by the way!

@the samoan lawyer:

Glad you loved it! It's also one of my favorites.
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I'm with you, samoan. It's my favorite Fellini. Though I've only seen three.



I think La Dolce Vita doesn't quite reach the same heights as 8 1/2, but it's a great movie nonetheless. So far everything I've seen by Fellini has been gold.



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I think La Dolce Vita doesn't quite reach the same heights as 8 1/2, but it's a great movie nonetheless. So far everything I've seen by Fellini has been gold.
True but I think comparing the two is a bit of a stretch, because they're very different.