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Wayoftheredpanda

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Ralph Wrecks the Internet. It was good but I liked the first one better.
Heya Kids! Lookee here! We’re refrencing all the new social mediums and maymays you enjoy so much! Arent we just so hip? L-O-L! That’s what you kiddos say nowadays, right? Don’t forget to follow us on our Snapbook pages and be sure to hit us with a dank hashtag! *Hits Dab* DB0C4A77-3164-4041-8FE8-735828DBE9E7.jpeg

Gee *Whooee*, Bob! I don’t know what it is, but these kids scare me. What do you mean attempting to cram everything relevant into a movie isn’t gonna make them want to see it?
 

Dana Jean

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Thornfield
Deej- I love this movie, too! Love everything about it. I have to say, being a gay man, that when I saw the 'dance' scene for the first time I was starting to question my sexuality because, D*MN, that girl could dance! That scene is HOT! As for the second set of girls- the blond in real life is a stunt woman and this was her first time acting. I thought she did a good job here. I just saw here on a TV show a couple of days ago so she must be expanding her acting abilities. Kurt steps out of his comfort zone and plays a bad*ss dude that you just know is not someone to be messed with. I like that there's no explanation for what he does- he just does it. He just IS. Those poor girls just didn't know what hit 'em. Get it? ;)
I love the song


There is no way I could have gotten down like she did and got up looking sexy. And you say true, Stuntman Mike just is.

and here is the scene from Death Proof. Suggestive content.

 
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Wayoftheredpanda

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Just finished watching Inglorious Bastards, loved it. Christoph Waltz’s performance in this movie is excellent, Hans Landa is a terrifying villain.

I like this movie’s use of subtlety and subtext. The small things such as the spy unknowningly using the American hand-signal for “3” instead of the German one in front of the SS officer, or Landa congratulating the Bastard’s Italian accents being a subtle hint that he knows who they really are, are all excellent uses of the “show don’t tell” rule.
 

swiftdog2.0

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Grindhouse: Death Proof

Tarantino is one weird dude. Personally, I'm not a huge fan of what I see of him personally. Of course, this is him in front of the camera or microphone. Playing his own part as "Tarantino," so he may be totally different in private. But I don't know his real life. I do believe he is very smart and very interesting. Just don't touch me you icky little bastard.

I find his films fascinating. He takes that road less travelled and challenges the status quo. HIs creative choices tickle me. I like that.

Apparently Tarantino thinks Death Proof is his worst film. I love it. I love the old drive-in quality of it. The sound of it. The mimicking of skipped scenes and scratchy film. The dated way it's presented. I spent a lot of time in drive-ins, lots of memories with the style.

I love Kurt Russell stepping out of his pretty boy roles to be this guy. Not what you expect from the computer who wore tennis shoes.

The first set of girls are my favorite. The victims. While the second set of girls are the victorious gladiators, they just don't deliver the same quality of performance in my mind. Their set-up is bad. But Kurt comes through in both stories. He is introduced and showcased in the first story and more the ominous presence in the second.
Awesome movie.

The cast is great. Especially Kurt Russell. Love that Sidney Poitier and Cheryl Ladd's daughters are in it as well.

This movie ties nicely with From Dusk Til Dawn. That movie is really the first of Tarantino and Rodriguez's grindhouse style films.

You should watch Machete if you have't seen it yet.
 

swiftdog2.0

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I haven’t watched Death Proof yet, but from what I’ve heard a lot of his fans say it doesn’t have the same kinda charm his other movies do. Some say it drags on, some say the characters aren’t interesting. A slasher film is also a little out of the blue compared to his other films I guess. Out of his films I’ve seen in their entirety, my personal favorite is Reservoir Dogs.
Those are some uninformed fans.

Plus this really isn't a slasher movie.

It's kind of a mashup of a horror film and 70's road movie.
 
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Also recently watched a film called "In the blood"

Found this on blu ray in a charity shop (can rarely resist a £1 blu Ray) starring Gina Carano (F&F8) she plays a newlywed on honeymoon with husband Cam Gigadent who mysteriously disappears and as the local cops seem uninterested she has to go it alone. Danny Trejo also stars but not in a major role.

I'd say it is Definately worth watching.
 

Dana Jean

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Awesome movie.

The cast is great. Especially Kurt Russell. Love that Sidney Poitier and Cheryl Ladd's daughters are in it as well.

This movie ties nicely with From Dusk Til Dawn. That movie is really the first of Tarantino and Rodriguez's grindhouse style films.

You should watch Machete if you have't seen it yet.
I have seen Machete, but I need to watch it again. For some reason, I have pretty much forgotten the plot. Just, don't remember it.
 

fljoe0

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Jungle (2017) Daniel Radcliffe

I found this one on Amazon Prime. It's a true story about a group that hikes into the Jungle of Bolivia with the help of a strange guide. The guide turns out not to be the expert they thought they were getting and things go downhill after a few days. They seperate and have to fight to survive in the harsh jungle environment. This happened in 1980 and the movie is based on a book that the character Daniel Radcliffe played wrote.
 

Neesy

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I have pretty much forgotten the plot.
That's unintentionally funny actually (I think that is a British expression meaning you've lost it) i.e. one brick short of a load, one bottle short of a six pack, etc. The elevator does not go up to the top floor... and so on
 

Dana Jean

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That's unintentionally funny actually (I think that is a British expression meaning you've lost it) i.e. one brick short of a load, one bottle short of a six pack, etc. The elevator does not go up to the top floor... and so on
Well, I didn't mean it those ways. I literally can't remember the plot of the movie. I need to watch it again!
 
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