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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark E. Hurling View Post
    Yep. Then again, his character in The Untouchables was a tour de force as well.

    "They send one of yours to the hospital, you send one theirs to the morgue!"

    "And don't let him clean himself up until he's talked."
    Loved The Man Who Would Be King.

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    Then too there was the much overlooked and grim movie, The Hill. The King's army and square bashing at it's finest.

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    I just recently watch The Hill. I loved the hill in the movie, the ultimate in HIIT

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    I watched Gran Torino over the weekend. Always have time to enjoy Clint Eastwood movies. Whilst this is not his best film, it is still a wonderful individual performance, which undoubtedly saves what would otherwise be a fairly average movie. As with most Eastwood films, there are many cracking one-liners. I was particularly amused when he called the priest "an over educated 27 year old virgin" and told a gang of youths "ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while you shouldn't have fucked with? That's me". And the best co-star award goes to the beautiful 1972 Gran Torino for which the film is named. Just a fantastic automobile.

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    Thanks for the recommendation for Wind River.
    Watched it last night, thought about it all day today. Keep the suggestions coming.

    Great flick. Fun and entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VNV View Post
    Watched "The Lighthouse" a couple of nights ago. What the heck. Even harder to follow the boundary between reality and illusion than Inception. More disturbing than Annihilation. Sinister echoes of Waiting for Godot?

    Didn't appreciate it. Not insightful. Not real. Not inspiring. Not interesting.
    The Lighthouse was amazing and unforgettable.
    A style of movie making like no other. Possibly the best visuals/ cinematography in years. The acting was incredible. Story line/ screenplay was genius.
    Canít say enough about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyGun View Post
    The Lighthouse was amazing and unforgettable.
    A style of movie making like no other. Possibly the best visuals/ cinematography in years. The acting was incredible. Story line/ screenplay was genius.
    Canít say enough about it.
    Maybe I found it depressing. The final scenes, ugh.

    So I am a boor. But, my son loved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyGun View Post
    The Lighthouse was amazing and unforgettable.
    A style of movie making like no other. Possibly the best visuals/ cinematography in years. The acting was incredible. Story line/ screenplay was genius.
    Can’t say enough about it.
    Yes agreed. That movie fucking rules. Willem Dafoe's monologues are incredible. The dialogue between him and Robert Pattinson is fantastic.

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    Book of Eli, in my opinion, was absolutely tremendous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaac Medina View Post
    Book of Eli, in my opinion, was absolutely tremendous.
    I forgot about that one. Absorbing.

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