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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2012 2:30 pm 
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watched the tv documentary "Witness to Jonestown"...I had a limited knowledge about J. Jones, but holy shit...evil
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I felt rather morbid picking this dvd up over the weekend. It's a documentary about the Holocaust. Saw it a long time ago and haven't watched it since. Powerful :(


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WEll I made the mistake of watching Moonrise Kingdom over the weekend. Everyone seemed to love it except me and my brother.

I 've been watching a show called Eastbound & Down, the second season wasn't so good but the third looks promising


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Haven't finished the second season of Eastbound and Down yet. Why didn't you like Moonrise Kingdom? I didn't think it was Wes Anderson's best, but I dug it.


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It was way too formulaic and flat for me. And I don't care about tired puberty struggles or vacuous quasi-romance. Lacked dimension and edge IMHO. I wondered why the movie received universal praise from critics...I was hoping that he had gone in a slightly different direction. I didn't hate it as much as The Darjeeling Limited, but I nearly fell asleep! Also, I heard some pseudo intellectual conversation about CGI going on behind me and watched an abysmal trailer for the Great Gatsby before the film. Didn't help. I was thinking the whole time that I'd be in a better place watching this TLJ/Wuhl classic on VHS:
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I can see where you're coming from. I would have liked more stuff from the supporting cast, and it took me awhile to get into it. And Darjeeling Limited, that was a snoozefest to be sure.


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For the record, Cobb is NOT a good movie :lol:
I really loved Rushmore when it came out. That's a classic 90s picture.


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Rushmore has remained my favorite Anderson flick.

Speaking of Anderson's, how about P. T. Anderson? I'm excited for The Master.


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Speaking of Anderson's, how about P. T. Anderson? I'm excited for The Master.
I've been looking forward to The Master. If it's anywhere as good as There Will Be Blood, I'll be happy. Both trailers rock. And Joaquin seems like he's giving an Oscar-worthy performance. Should be the best movie of the year if my calculations are correct 8D


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Absolutely. There Will Be Blood is tough to top though-- that's one of my all time favorites.


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One of the most enjoyable movies ever...I've always stood by this classic!


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