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Oh yea he definitely has problems. It's still no excuse for his behavior, but I at least think he feels some remorse and knows that what he does is wrong.
Again, I agree with this. But I don't think he's meant to be put on a pedestal as a morally righteous figure. He is a character true to the title - as portrayed in the film, he is stripped down to the core of his essence, exposed, dirt and all.



Sonar Kella/ The Golden Fortress (1974) - Satyajit Ray



Been completely down with viral fever for almost weeks now...slowly regaining strength to sit and more importantly concentrate on films again....decided to watch some old time favorites to begin with, to kind of get into the groove again...this has been always a favorite and with each viewing it got better, including the latest. A wonderfully crafted suspense, a beauty to watch.

8.5 out of 10
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Joy Baba Felunath/ The Elephant God (1979) - Satyajit Ray



Another long time favorite, another gripping suspense...so thoroughly enjoyable...my only criticism is that Mr. Ray could have used those zoom ins and outs a little less...

8.5 out of 10



Aranyer Din Ratri/ Days and Nights in the Forest (1970) - Satyajit Ray



Most layered, intelligent and matured piece of cinema if there ever was one...

10 out of 10



Can't wait for when I finally watch this. Swan has been wanting me to for ages and it looks like something I'd really like. My brother watched some of it on the TV a while ago but stopped as he was really enjoying it and thought it was something we'd both like and should watch together,to discuss.
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Naked is great film, an easy
+ for me. David Thewlis' performance was on a once every 20 years level.



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Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo (I/E/D/USA, 1966, Sergio Leone) -



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Army of Shadows (1969)

My fourth Melville film, this one a political thriller type, which is a kind of film I have trouble following and struggle with. It's extremely well done with some exciting and tense scenes, and most likely much better than I'm rating it, probably a great film.




Army of Shadows (1969)

My fourth Melville film, this one a political thriller type, which is a kind of film I have trouble following and struggle with. It's extremely well done with some exciting and tense scenes, and most likely much better than I'm rating it, probably a great film.

I enjoyed it (gave it a
, but I admit I prefer Melville's crime movies more.



Blade Runner 8/10
It was a rewatch but it was almost like I was watching it for the first time because I didn't remember much of it. Solid sci-fi



The Face of Another 7/10
I don't think I've seen a Japanese film before... it was quite interesting, I liked the cinematography




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Sherlock Jr. (USA, 1924, Buster Keaton/Fatty Arbuckle) -
+

Maybe i shouldn't have started my Buster Keaton catch-up with The General. Sherlock Jr. is in every way not nearly as good. But that doesn't mean i didn't enjoy the movie. It made me laugh several times and it has some great sequences and stunts.



Sherlock Jr. (USA, 1924, Buster Keaton/Fatty Arbuckle) -
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Maybe i shouldn't have started my Buster Keaton catch-up with The General. Sherlock Jr. is in every way not nearly as good. But that doesn't mean i didn't enjoy the movie. It made me laugh several times and it has some great sequences and stunts.
I watched those in the same order and still found Sherlock Jr. to be great! Maybe not as well-rounded or perfectly constructed, but still one of Keaton's best for me!



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Men in Black 3 (USA, 2012, Barry Sonnenfeld) -


The third entry in the MiB saga is much better than the crappy second one, though not as good and fun as the first movie. The script has improved from Men in Black II but it's lacking the charme that made the first one so much fun. And while i liked the ending, the villain was pretty bad. Overall, it's watchable but forgettable and unnecessary.



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Goodfellas (1990)


Liked this more than the Godfather. Loved Pesci he was fantastic in this movie, as was Liotta and DeNiro but Pesci shined. The only con about this movie for me was at times I seriously was gonna fall asleep. The acting is good and the story is pretty steady and great but the movie is pretty lengthy. There were many fantastic scenes then there was ones I could care less about. Still good despite everything I just mentioned. The opening scene was one of my favorite parts and set the tone of the movie very well.



The 13th Warrior (1999)

Finally got around to re-watching, my first viewing was around 12 to 13 years ago. I liked it the first time but I went in this time with low expectations since I was just a kid then.

Surprisingly, I still liked it, the story is very good but it seemed to only live up to half its potential. Its flaws are a lot more noticeable this time around, it's a pretty short movie so I wasn't bored watching it, but everything moved a little too quickly. Both the characters and events never have time to develop. Some characters literally come and go in a flash and the big climatic final battle only lasted like 2 minutes.

Despite those major flaws, the movie is entertaining and the second part is filled with almost nonstop action and adventure that made it enjoyable to watch.

A fun film, but not a great one. It appealed to me since I am a fan of Viking-themed stuff, so it gets an extra .5 in its rating.




End Of Watch (2012) - David Ayer

- Wow! one of the best movie I've seen recently and truly captivate me. Performance by the two lead actors are astounding and the storyline is realistic and very well done. The first time since The Green Mile that I've cry at the end of a movie. I love it.
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Shutter Island -


Very much enjoyed this on the second watch. I felt the same amount of tension and the twist was great. Only thing I probably can gripe about it, is that I'd rather see someone else in the role of Teddy Daniels (Leo's role). I heard it on some other forum and agree that Christian Bale could have played Teddy while Leo plays the partner. Great movie, Scorsese does it again.