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Originally Posted by The Silver Bullet
MY TAKE on Kill Bill Vol. 2, which was good at best, pathetic at worst and certainly not the masterpiece that others, Tarantino included, would have you believe.
That's it
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Carlito's Way, 1993. De Palma

Scarface, 1983. De Palma

Carlito's Way is just so far ahead of Scarface in every aspect, While Scarface is an ok film Carlito's Way is a masterpeice.

Kill Bill: Vol. 2, 2004. Tarantino

Kill Bill: Vol. 1, 2003. Tarantino
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Originally Posted by nebbit
That's it
What do you mean? Are you rolling your eyes at my opinion or what?
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Originally Posted by The Silver Bullet
What do you mean? Are you rolling your eyes at my opinion or what?
Well I guess, I wanted more than, "not the masterpiece that others, and Tarentino included, would have you believe" I guess I value your opinion, and wanted to know what you found boring about it, just curious, I haven't seen it, no malice intended by the rolly eyes.



Originally Posted by The Silver Bullet
Feel free to attack my points. I'm in the mood for a debate...
I have only seen Vol 1 and I haven't made up my mind about it, some of it I liked, it was a send up of Kung Fu movies, right, trying to be arty and interesting.



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I hope they find her soon. She will always be one of my favorite actresses.
Yes, they did. And Debra Winger was one of the more interesting interviews.


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A Double Life (1947) ~ I liked it. A bit slow in the begining, but Ronald Coleman is wonderful as an actor who goes mad...and begins to act in real life as his character does in his play 'Othello'. I'm a huge George Cukor fan and as expected, this was really well done.



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Solaris (2002)


Unforgiven
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I'll catch some flack for this, but I still like Josey Wales a bit more than Unforgiven. I think this is purely personal as I have always loved Josey Wales since I was a wee tyke. I think the character set in Wales is just slightly stronger. And although Unforgiven has Morgan Freeman, The Outlaw Josey Wales has the Chief.
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The Lost Battalion (2001)
Genre: -- War --
Director: -- Russel Mulcahy --
My Rating: -- (out of 5)
My first viewing, a good TV movie.

Scooby Doo (2002)
Genre: -- Family --
Director: -- Raja Gosnell --
My Rating: -- --
Improves with repeat viewing but still an average movie.

The Lighthouse (1999)
Genre: -- Thriller/Horror --
Director: -- Simon Hunter --
My Rating: -- --
Mediocre, cliche-ridden British horror.


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Kill Bill Vol.1, I finally got to see it. 5 stars out of 5.
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I'm going out tonight... And I have some spare change with which I can rent a movie or two. Any reccomendations?



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Magdalene Sisters, 2002, d. Peter Mullan B
Somethings Gotta Give, 2003, d. Nancy Meyers A
Hope Springs, 2003, d. Mark Herman B-
Truly Madly Deeply, 1991, d. Anthony Minghella A
Lawrence of Arabia, 1962, d. David Lean A
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Originally Posted by Garrett
I'm going out tonight... And I have some spare change with which I can rent a movie or two. Any reccomendations?
Yes!

Little Big Man (1970)

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The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) !
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Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb - Peter Sellers was a mad genius. This is probably the most disturbingly funny movie I have ever seen.

Repo Man - W. T. F.
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