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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dillingham, Jan 5, 2021.
Watched Pig last night, realize I'm late to the party.
Fuck that was good.
Does Nic Cage have the most intriguing acting career of the past 50 years? Ever?
All of these seem appropriately silly and fun outside of Pratt
Will most definitely be watching that.
I’m unapologetically jazzed about getting to see another Hoffman act
Watching The Game with Michael Douglas for the first time, don't really have an excuse why it's taken me so long.
What a perfect 90s flick. Fucking 8-9/10
Rebhorn is sooooo good in this flick
Fincher the goat.
This looks fun
This looks interesting. Got best screenplay at Cannes, is currently at 89 on Metacritic
watched it on a plane last night. Simple and to the point. John Wick-lite. Enjoyed it.
Getting great reviews. Online discourse about the age gap is mind numbing
I have been treadmilling a lot lately so I’m catching up on movies I should have seen already.
The Irishman - long as fuck but enjoyable. The anti-aging made Deniro, Pacino, and Pesci have dead person eyes. Was still pretty uncanny valleyish.
Charlie Wilson’s War - awesome. Huge fan. Should have watched it a long time ago.
Apocalypse Now - read Heart of Darkness in hs. This is great. Great movie.
There Will be Blood- what a slog. I’m still only halfway through because it’s boring as fuck so far.
14 Peaks - awesome climbing doc everyone should watch
The Alpinist - batshit fucking crazy Jfc
Thought The Last Duel was terrific.
Also, for throwback purposes, Behind Enemy Lines is free on YouTube, so let's see how that one holds up.
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This looks like it could be pretty awesome
If you liked Apocalypse Now, highly recommend watching - Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse. It's a behind the scenes doc they made about the filming/production of Apocalypse Now. Awesome watch
I’d like to see a thread about best movies/fictional books about Vietnam. There’s been so many, it’d be a hell of a list
Things they Carried was really good from what I remember. Read it in school.
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Yep, I just read that one this year. Very good. Reading “tree of smoke” by denis Johnson now, mercy
Apocalypse Now is one of my favorite movies. Def gonna check out Hearts of Darkness.
Matterhorn is the best fictional book about Vietnam that I’ve read.
Warning: a leech crawls into a guy's dick and they uhh remove it
West Side story was really good. Although I had not seen the original and I was pretty surprised that the story played out as it did. Spielberg put on a Masterclass though
All Tim O’Brien rocks
Seeing this the 29th
Meatball has to write a biography for school. He chose Arnold Schwarzenegger from the list because The Terminator is a playable character on the latest version of Mortal Kombat (which he plays all the time). He asked to watch some of his movies, especially Terminator. We let him watch Terminator 1 & 2, and Predator so far and last night he got to experience Total Recall. His reaction to the 3 breasted alien hooker did not disappoint
I made a list of movies I needed to watch last night, and it's pretty depressing how few new flicks I've seen lately.
Starting Another Round at some point today, I guess I'm ready to be depressed.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain
The Lost Leonardo (Documentary)
Last Night in SoHo
Don’t Look Up
Enormous: The Gorge Story (Documentary on the Gorge)
The Innocents (French)
Riders of Justice (Danish)
The Night House (Horror)
Atta boy, Neil.
Neil and Infinity is a movie I need to see now
Licorice pizza was awesome
Just started laughing randomly because of the Jewish dinner scene
I'm in the same boat. My watched list is pretty sad this year. I gotta pick it up in 2022.
is this streaming on any platforms? I've got a brand new '65 and I would like to put it to good use.
No, not yet.
I loved Riders of Justice
Watching Fargo, just realized the Lundergards apparently keep Playboy in their bathroom.
I think that’s the kid from Licorice Pizza?
Watched The Last Duel last night on HBO and really enjoyed it. Interesting concept and I thought it was really well done. I wouldn’t go see it in theaters, but definitely worth the watch
True Lies and Last Action Hero are under appreciated Arnold movies imo.
Has anyone seen "Cherry" with Tom Holland? Fuck what an outstanding flick
I watched this last night as well. Thought it was really good.
I have not but it’s on my list. It looks really good