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    Going back to original post

    On TV, "Lolita" made in 1962 with the screenplay by Vladimir Nabakov(who wrote the book also), with Sue Lyon, James Mason, Peter Sellers, and Shirley Winters.

    I give it *** and a half.


    The Sellers character (as pointed out before the movie started is kind of disconnected and disjoining.

    And of course, just like they used to when women were 'bad'-the man messing with the young girl had to be punished(jailed and died), never a happy ending for the 'bad immoral person'. Life is not always like that. I would love to see a movie like this remade where the sick pervert lives happily ever after. People would be up in arms about it..I would love it/the controversy of that. And people would REALLY hate the guy then.

    And they wussied out on the movie, cause originally, Lolita was only 13 years old, much younger than what was portrayed in the movie. Lots of nice nuances and things hinting at certain things that were absolutely unmentionable in 1962, but easy to catch.
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    Saw "A Single Man" today. Cplin Firth is fantastic, I have to tell you. I'm impressed with Tom Ford's directorial debut, although he focuses more on what people, places and things look like than on performances. But the actors manage to do fine. It's based on a Christopher Isherwood story.

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    Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.


    The Waterboy.


    Employee of the Month.


    The Return of the Living Dead.


    Tortilla Soup.

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    Watched alot of movies over the Xmas holidays...here goes:

    (Click on title for IMDB page)


    Ghostbusters - 1984: A bunch of parapsychologists get sacked from their university jobs. They then set themselves up as 'ghost hunters'. Only there maybe a bigger force out their that they cannot defeat.

    Love this movie. The special effects may have aged but it's still alot of fun.


    The Big Easy - 1986: A cop from New Orleans investigating a series of gang land shooting. Finds that he has to team up with a DA.

    Much better than it sounds. I would highly recommend this. Both Ellen Birkin and Dennis Quaid work well together. The acting is great.



    Jaws - 1975: Plot from IMDB...
    When a gigantic great white shark begins to menace the small island community of Amity, a police chief, a marine scientist and grizzled fisherman set out to stop it.

    Love this movie even though the last hour kind of drags a bit. It's a great entertaining film. Not as scary as you think.



    Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory - 1971: Review from IMDB...A poor boy wins the opportunity to tour the most eccentric and wonderful candy factory of all.

    Love this an absolute classic. I prefer this to the Johnny Depp movie. The songs are so good.


    Downfall - 2004: (The IMDB page shows the German title).

    The last days of Hitler told through the eyes of his followers.

    This film had a real impact on me. One of the best war movies ever made. By the end of it i literally couldn't move. It's the only time i've seen a film where i've wanted to have a drink at the end.

    There is nothing that i can fault about this movie. From the acting to the cinematography. I would highly recommend it.

    Yes it does humanise Hitler. But it shows what a cynical, nasty and selfish man he really was.


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    The Perfect Getaway. So good! It will keep you guessing. I also have a new movie star crush name Timothy Olyphant. Man he was hot in this. Also Milla Jovovich was in it. I really like her and she did not disappoint.

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    I enjoyed this movie, really creepy and "Blair Witch"-like.
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    Stuck on you

    Much sweeter than I would expect a Farrely movie to be. Loved it.

    Gilda

    Heh, laughed in some parts at the slightly silly plot and just marveled at how gorgeous Rita Hayworth was. The relationship between the leads upset me though, they were very co-depedent and I felt that her Johnny was a complete jerk who didn't deserve her.

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    Baise-moi. The book was so much better.
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    Thank You for Smoking: I still love this movie. Finally checked out the deleted scenes and I have a new appreciation for the film.

    Leatherheads: Much better than I expected. Although Renee Zellweger was too old to play the character she played.

    The Lion in Winter: Still one of my favorite movies. Katherine Hepburn proves, once again, that she's the greatest actress of all-time.

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    The Hangover. I just didnt think it was that funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    The Hangover. I just didnt think it was that funny.
    You are now on punishment. And IGNORE!
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    Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the 1978 version. God, how scary.
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by *DIVA! View Post
    You are now on punishment. And IGNORE!
    do i get any points for loving Bradley Cooper?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bellini View Post
    The Perfect Getaway. So good! It will keep you guessing. I also have a new movie star crush name Timothy Olyphant. Man he was hot in this. Also Milla Jovovich was in it. I really like her and she did not disappoint.
    I love Timothy Olyphant. Sooo sexy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMama View Post
    It's Complicated

    Meryl can same more with her cheekbones than any other actress. It's very funny and very entertaining and daaayyyyum I want her house in the movie.
    Loved it too. Meryl and Alec were perfect and a riot. That Santa Barbara coastline is to die for.


    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Saw "A Single Man" today. Cplin Firth is fantastic, I have to tell you. I'm impressed with Tom Ford's directorial debut, although he focuses more on what people, places and things look like than on performances. But the actors manage to do fine. It's based on a Christopher Isherwood story.
    Thanks. I'm going to see it next week. Been wanting to see it since I saw the trailer. Mr. Darcy - um - Colin rocks.

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