What have you seen?

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Re: What have you seen?

Post#21 » Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:02 pm

I like Sheridan in the second season. It's amazing that over ten years later, I can still him as Tron. But in the few years after that, he really starts aging fast.

You are right on about G'Kar. But I think the opposite happened with Londo. For good or bad, he is set on fulfilling his destiny, which is kind of boring. For me, Vir is the real stand-out for the Centauri in S2.
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Re: What have you seen?

Post#22 » Tue Dec 25, 2018 4:52 am

I watched The Prestige again the other evening. The first time I watched that movie, I was mindblown. The second time, it was still a a decent movie, but it didn't have the same "WTF" impact the first watch had. And it's the kind of movie that the more I see it, the more its flaws become apparent.
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Re: What have you seen?

Post#23 » Tue Dec 25, 2018 4:04 pm

The movie definitely has flaws, but the performances make up for it.

Bale playing twin brothers is excellent at creating two different characters with their own ways of speech and physical characteristics. Hugh is great as Angier. Michael is Michael. Sarah and Wenscombe are good as well.
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Re: What have you seen?

Post#24 » Sat Apr 20, 2019 2:32 pm

My favorites from 2018

First Reformed: What a great tale for 2018. Genuinely think one of Schrader's best works. How Ethan Hawke was denied an Oscar is beyond me.

Minding the Gap: Absolutely heartwrenching documentary from a group of skaters is nearby Rockford IL.

The Rider: I can not speak highly enough about this film. Using real people to tell a true story gives the film a touch of raw emotion and authenticity rarely seen.

Free Solo: A testament to the strength of mind and character in an relentlessness chase for the heights o achievement.
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