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Just watched Moonrise Kingdom again and the rest of my family was digging it, too. Probably the only film recommendation I've made to the fam that got a positive review.


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Amir Shervan's Gypsy
same director who made Samurai Cop


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Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World was very captivating
I recommend it to my dear Mausers


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started watching this last night hahahah
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpFiJGQ_0HM


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My older sisters used to rent the above movie, a staple of my youth. First acquaintance with atrocious dubbing and whatnot.

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still have it on vhs
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I will watch Life on the Road tomorrow
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What a cool movie. I think I like Fear's set the best.


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What a cool movie. I think I like Fear's set the best.

Same! Though I dig them all!
I wish there were studio recordings by Catholic Discipline and more studio recordings by The Bags
I love how shambolic the Circle Jerks set is in DOWC
Did you see the 2006 doc American Hardcore? Pretty fun to see these folks all "grown" up!


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I started watching some movies:
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also picked up The Man Who Fell to Earth on Blu-ray
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Did you see the 2006 doc American Hardcore? Pretty fun to see these folks all "grown" up!
I *think* so. Either that, or it was a similar documentary. That reminds me of a Youtube clip I watched once about The Reactionaries. The Reactionaries were an early version of the Minutemen (D, Mike and George, but with a guy named Martin Tamburovich on vocals). A few years ago, a bunch of rehearsal tapes of the Reactionaries (they had no official releases in their day) were gathered an released on an LP - about 10 songs filling up one LP side. In addition, all 10 songs were re-recorded by Mike Watt and various friends from that scene, and those 10 versions were put on the other side of the LP. This is a short documentary about those sessions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1754ItbWJhM


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Arrival was amazing, my favorite movie of 2016
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I heard mixed reviews about this documentary, but I will judge for myself! Can't wait to watch it. The Stooges have been a favorite of mine for such a long time, and it seems that there is footage I've never seen before. What a treat 8D


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Picked up Nocturnal Animals and Manchester by the Sea, will watch those pretty soon |:o


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Just saw the Lego Batman movie with my little brother. It was a dissapointment.


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I recommend you all take advantage of Filmstruck's free 2-week trial. And Netflix DVD's free 1-month trial. I've been watching plenty o movies these past few months. Good times :dancparty:


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