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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2020 9:01 am    Post subject:

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Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.
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Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.
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also has anyone seen palm springs yet?
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Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.

I'm gonna take a peek this weekend. I'm a Delroy Lindo fan. Also want to see how Angela Davis acts. Met her when she a Marxist feminist. Met her and Stokely Carmichael on a visit to Berkeley.
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kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
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Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.

I'm gonna take a peek this weekend. I'm a Delroy Lindo fan. Also want to see how Angela Davis acts. Met her when she a Marxist feminist. Met her and Stokely Carmichael on a visit to Berkeley.


Delroy gives an awesome performance! You'll love it.
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jodeke wrote:
Cutheon wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.

I'm gonna take a peek this weekend. I'm a Delroy Lindo fan. Also want to see how Angela Davis acts. Met her when she a Marxist feminist. Met her and Stokely Carmichael on a visit to Berkeley.


I watched it and despite a desire to like it, came away wondering what the hell Spike was trying to accomplish Just a muddled mess.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2020 10:22 am    Post subject:

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Cutheon wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.

I'm gonna take a peek this weekend. I'm a Delroy Lindo fan. Also want to see how Angela Davis acts. Met her when she a Marxist feminist. Met her and Stokely Carmichael on a visit to Berkeley.


I watched it and despite a desire to like it, came away wondering what the hell Spike was trying to accomplish Just a muddled mess.


There's definitely a bit too much Spike in it, but Delroy is great.
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Cutheon wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.

I'm gonna take a peek this weekend. I'm a Delroy Lindo fan. Also want to see how Angela Davis acts. Met her when she a Marxist feminist. Met her and Stokely Carmichael on a visit to Berkeley.


I watched it and despite a desire to like it, came away wondering what the hell Spike was trying to accomplish Just a muddled mess.


Yeah I like that Spike is a little messy sometimes but this one was mostly a miss for me. He’s extra, and that can be a strength, but there are times when he throws the whole kitchen sink of all his ideas at once and he misses the mark as a result. It has some great moments though, as virtually all his films do.
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Godard's Film Socialisme (2010), Goodbye to Language (2014), and The Image Book (2018): https://youtube.com/watch?v=sEKB7pi1mbc

All leaving Criterion Channel at the end of July. Calm down, calm down, don't everybody rush out all at once.


Far more than just that. A woman is a woman, made in usa, contempt -- all being pulled. It's like they put up the Godard collection a few months ago and it's already gone. That's my one issue with CC streaming, it seems like nothing lasts on the platform. Well, that and the UX is abysmal.


I definitely share some of your frustrations, but CC ultimately has a finite product and will have to recycle content year to year like they did with the (excellent) Columbia Noir series. Some of those Buñuel and Godard movies are good bets to cycle back at some point in the next 12 months, especially films already in the Collection like Contempt.

I don't have as much of an issue with their UX vis-a-vis other streaming services outside of the craptacular search function, but that's more a condemnation of the UI of every major streaming platform than praise for CC's. Letterboxd has its own issues, but my kingdom for the ability to look up movies by decade and country on every streaming service.


True, no doubt Godard will be back. As to CC's search. . . do you ever use the browser version? The "all films" tab allows you to filter by genre, decade, countries, and director. I tend to use that before firing up the (awful) TV version of their app. Or I just pop in here and see what your going on about and check that out if it seems interesting

Thank you very much for that rec. There are so many random odds and ends on the CC platform that don't fit into any of their curated categories.

Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (1970) by Petrie and Frankenheimer's Seconds (1966) have stood out to me in recent weeks and are leaving Criterion on 7/31.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2020 4:34 pm    Post subject:

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Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Seen Unstoppable and Taking of Pelham 123.
Which should I start with between The Train, The Commuter, and Runaway Train?

Also who the hell do you think you are not bringing up Money Train !?
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Cutheon wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.

Action packed heist movies are a little harder to come by. But a quick list of heist movie favorites:

Bob le Flambeur
The Killing
The Lavender Hill Mob
Rafifi
Bonnie and Clyde
The Getaway
Le Circle Rouge
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Dog Day Afternoon
Thief
Die Hard
Point Break
Sneakers
Heat
Bottle Rocket
Dead Presidents
Hana-bi
Out of Sight
Ronin
Sexy Beast

I'm trying to think of a great, non-Oceans 11 heist movie since 2000 and I'm struggling. Public Enemies? Inside Man?
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Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Seen Unstoppable and Taking of Pelham 123.
Which should I start with between The Train, The Commuter, and Runaway Train?

Also who the hell do you think you are not bringing up Money Train !?

I have never seen Money Train! Wow, that Joseph Ruben had an interesting career.

The Train is an all-time banger, imo. More of a slowburn thriller compared to what came after, but a foundational text for action cinema. I believe that it and Runaway Train are still streaming on Prime. The Commuter is a lot of fun, though, and the slickest production of the three - maybe watch that one when you want to turn off your brain and chill. Jaume Collet-Serra is one of the best action directors out there even if he's stuck doing B-movie material.
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kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.


Seen Unstoppable and Taking of Pelham 123.
Which should I start with between The Train, The Commuter, and Runaway Train?

Also who the hell do you think you are not bringing up Money Train !?[/quote]

kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.


Quote:
Seen Unstoppable and Taking of Pelham 123.
Which should I start with between The Train, The Commuter, and Runaway Train?

Also who the hell do you think you are not bringing up Money Train[/color]

Unstoppable and Taking of Pelham 123 couldn't miss they had Denzel. Travolta did a great job in Taking of Pelhan 123.

Even though it wasn't a Oscar winning performance Robert Blake played Donald Patterson straight up. Don't eff with my money train! JLO was just eye candy.
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jodeke wrote:
Cutheon wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?


You should check out Da 5 Bloods, if you are looking for a fun action movie on Netflix. good weekend flick.

I'm gonna take a peek this weekend. I'm a Delroy Lindo fan. Also want to see how Angela Davis acts. Met her when she a Marxist feminist. Met her and Stokely Carmichael on a visit to Berkeley.


I watched it and despite a desire to like it, came away wondering what the hell Spike was trying to accomplish Just a muddled mess.


Yeah I like that Spike is a little messy sometimes but this one was mostly a miss for me. He’s extra, and that can be a strength, but there are times when he throws the whole kitchen sink of all his ideas at once and he misses the mark as a result. It has some great moments though, as virtually all his films do.

My argument in favor is that it's his most entertaing film since Inside Man while still being an overly ambitious mess.
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Unstoppable and Taking of Pelham 123 couldn't miss they had Denzel. Travolta did a great job in Taking of Pelhan 123.

Even though it wasn't a Oscar winning performance Robert Blake played Donald Patterson straight up. Don't eff with my money train! JLO was just eye candy.


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A quality review of the women in John Ford films from Farran Nehme: https://youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=pKQ41xndjz8#menu

And the late great Barbara Stanwyck's views on John Ford pictures:
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Baron Von Humongous wrote:
Cutheon wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.

Action packed heist movies are a little harder to come by. But a quick list of heist movie favorites:

Bob le Flambeur
The Killing
The Lavender Hill Mob
Rafifi
Bonnie and Clyde
The Getaway
Le Circle Rouge
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Dog Day Afternoon
Thief
Die Hard
Point Break
Sneakers
Heat
Bottle Rocket
Dead Presidents
Hana-bi
Out of Sight
Ronin
Sexy Beast

I'm trying to think of a great, non-Oceans 11 heist movie since 2000 and I'm struggling. Public Enemies? Inside Man?


Heist (the Hackman/Mamet film), The Score
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Omar Little wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
Cutheon wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.

Action packed heist movies are a little harder to come by. But a quick list of heist movie favorites:

Bob le Flambeur
The Killing
The Lavender Hill Mob
Rafifi
Bonnie and Clyde
The Getaway
Le Circle Rouge
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Dog Day Afternoon
Thief
Die Hard
Point Break
Sneakers
Heat
Bottle Rocket
Dead Presidents
Hana-bi
Out of Sight
Ronin
Sexy Beast

I'm trying to think of a great, non-Oceans 11 heist movie since 2000 and I'm struggling. Public Enemies? Inside Man?


Heist (the Hackman/Mamet film), The Score

Den of Thieves, Gerard Butler, Fiddy Cent
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jodeke wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
Cutheon wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
kikanga wrote:
Watched Old Guard on Netlix. Good premise. Good acting. But the dialogue, soundtrack, and a shallow antagonist held it back.. Poor execution really made a movie that should of been great just mediocre. Maybe they'll do a better job if a sequel is greenlit.

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get that I watched it at all. It's an expensive tv pilot for an adult oriented CW show.

That's a fair description. Can you think of any action movies you enjoy?

Quite a few!

We could just start with some train/subway movies like The Train, The Taking of Pelham 123, Runaway Train, Unstoppable, and The Commuter.

More?


Heist movies, go.

Action packed heist movies are a little harder to come by. But a quick list of heist movie favorites:

Bob le Flambeur
The Killing
The Lavender Hill Mob
Rafifi
Bonnie and Clyde
The Getaway
Le Circle Rouge
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Dog Day Afternoon
Thief
Die Hard
Point Break
Sneakers
Heat
Bottle Rocket
Dead Presidents
Hana-bi
Out of Sight
Ronin
Sexy Beast

I'm trying to think of a great, non-Oceans 11 heist movie since 2000 and I'm struggling. Public Enemies? Inside Man?


Heist (the Hackman/Mamet film), The Score

Den of Thieves, Gerard Butler, Fiddy Cent


That one is actually pretty good in the times that Butler is not on the screen.
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Just watched Da 5 Bloods. It was simple complicated. It came together in the end. Storming Norman's wish came to fruition, the money went to the people. All for one and one for all. Paul's demons were unveiled. I wondered all through the showing, what the hell is wrong with him? Have to admit the end had me misting, I'm an ol softy. I enjoyed the movie.
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Tubi over Netflix? Is there a fee for Tubi?
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Tubi over Netflix? Is there a fee for Tubi?

Tubi is free with ads. You don't even have to sign up to use it, but you do if you want to create a watchlist. The content reminds me of Netflix before they started focusing on making their own content - just a really random assortment of movies from crap to classics, some of it super hard to find. There aren't a lot of first run movies, but sometimes you just want to watch Tom Hanks in Mazes and Monsters (1982).
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Just watched Da 5 Bloods. It was simple complicated. It came together in the end. Storming Norman's wish came to fruition, the money went to the people. All for one and one for all. Paul's demons were unveiled. I wondered all through the showing, what the hell is wrong with him? Have to admit the end had me misting, I'm an ol softy. I enjoyed the movie.

It's a good movie!
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Watching a great action movie right now.
It's Apple TV's Greyhound.

US Navy boats fighting German U-boats. Stars Tom Hanks. A couple Navy vets told me it's the most realistic film of naval warfare they've seen.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6048922/

If you don't have Apple TV and want a download link. PM me.
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