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Discussion in 'Other Movies' started by Lulu Parrot, Oct 31, 2013.
I enjoyed that . . .and you're right, it is a very good story . . .
Thanks! I'm a huge fan of Scandanavian/Danish film, & I haven't heard of this one.
MM, is that the Woody Allen movie?
Yes it is the Woody Movie!
I think I'll check that one out too.
Well, maybe this thread is intended for the sharing of new movies or those not necessarily already Universally known, but lately I've been stuck at home and so have spent extra time in front of the TV. They've been showing sK movies a lot the last few days. Today I watched Shawshank and Green Mile again. Yesterday Graveyard Shift and Silver Bullet were on.
Have you seen HEADHUNTERS? Norwegian/Danish action movie--I really liked it & have watched it several times. Hodejegerne (2011) - IMDb
Really liked this movie. At the beginning his eyes weren't that blue so they used computer enhancement to either dull his eyes or make them more blue. Imdb pics will tell the truth, I haven't looked yet.
Green Mile...one of his best. Michael Clarke Duncan's portrayal was stirring.
No Blunt, it isn't intended for new movies only . . .your post is lovely.
I'll add it to my list. thanks Lady!
August: Osage County - well acted ensemble drama populated with unpleasant characters you don't care about.
Mr Peabody and Sherman - entertaining CGI sci-fi for kids with plenty for adults
Robocop - remake with a different heart and less excess
Maybe his eyes are really bluer when he's on the drug?
Watched Lawless with Tom Hardy, Shia Labeouf last night. Pretty good movie. Didn't like the one word sentences from Tom Hardy.
Watched Thor: The Dark World, in 3D...3D didn't help, fell asleep, bored to tears. First Thor movie was so good, not sure what happened on sequel. Whole movie was little too much lovey dovey with Thor and Portman.
I liked that one (even with his terseness--lol). Labeouf isn't a favorite, but you can't lose with Hardy, Chastain, and Pearce.
I thought they shot themselves in the foot by rushing to appease silly fangirls by adding more Loki and cutting Eccleston's (Malekith) scenes. They effectively left themselves with a superhero movie with no villain. Stupid waste of a good actor to get middle aged women juiced up. *smdh* No insult to Hiddleston implied--he's a good actor, too--but they killed their movie by playing to one demographic.
Oh I loved that movie~ But I am a Tom Hardy freak. He doesn't even have to speak . . .I just like looking at him!
That makes sense.
He made his character just a smidge too brooding for me in this one. But, he is great on the eyes..... Next up will be Warrior!