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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 12:36 pm    Post subject:

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Good basketball film HUSTLE Staring Adam Sandler. The finale is predictable. Good plot with real professional ball players. Story took the path of the Lakers. Father passed away left the son and daughter to run the organization. The daughter runs the business side and has the real power, the son runs basketball and screws up, and the daughter takes the reins and straightens things out. CAST Scale 7.5.


I was shocked by how good of a performance Juancho Hernangomez had. If I didn't know better, I would have thought he was a tall actor that they had play an NBA player. Kenny Smith and DrJ were pretty solid too.

Generic sports flick but still worth a watch. I was entertained. Proud of the way the NBA guys represented.


NBA Players acting>actors playing ball

Winnin' Time should learn from hustle and hire real hoopers to act


I thought the guys that played Magic and Cap were fantastic.
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I thought the guys that played Magic and Cap were fantastic.


Finding a guy who could approximate Kareem is like finding a guy who could approximate Van Der Beek, but not as difficult.
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Rewatched Knives Out. Daniel Craig's subdued detective persona is nothing like his James Bond personality. I was surprised by his versatility.

It's a "Who done it?" I was unsettled by the ending, which left a lot unanswered. There's a sequel in making. I'm on the lookout.
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Rewatched Knives Out. Daniel Craig's subdued detective persona is nothing like his James Bond personality. I was surprised by his versatility.

It's a "Who done it?" I was unsettled by the ending, which left a lot unanswered. There's a sequel in making. I'm on the lookout.


If u like surprise or diff role, peep Jackie Chan in the foreigner, dark, not his usual hero role
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I thought the guys that played Magic and Cap were fantastic.


Finding a guy who could approximate Kareem is like finding a guy who could approximate Van Der Beek, but not as difficult.


What's funny is the guy who played Kareem has a Masters from Berkeley and a PhD from University of Georgia. I think he lectures at Stanford. He played hoops for Cal too.
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Rewatched Knives Out. Daniel Craig's subdued detective persona is nothing like his James Bond personality. I was surprised by his versatility.

It's a "Who done it?" I was unsettled by the ending, which left a lot unanswered. There's a sequel in making. I'm on the lookout.


If u like surprise or diff role, peep Jackie Chan in the foreigner, dark, not his usual hero role

Thanks. Jackie was different. Pierce Brosnan did a good job with the Irish accent.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2022 6:14 pm    Post subject:

Videdrome:

"Long live the new flesh"

Crimes of the Future

"Long live the new flesh"


Some (of many) fun bits: ** mild spoilers**

- The wall clock in the bureaucrats' office is broken, stuck somewhere between 11 a.m./p.m. and noon/midnight.

- Cronenberg ridiculing his pale imitators through The Earman is hilarious ("The ears don't even work." "It was fine.")

- In an office scene between Stewart (having fun as a nerdy pervert) and Viggo, it dawned on me that Cronenberg has probably been approched by some seriously weirdo groupies throughout his career.

- Cronenberg dropping a reference to The Passion of Joan of Arc was cheeky enough, but having the iconic shot of Maria Falconetti gazing towards heaven be inverted with Viggo gazing beatifically towards the earthly plane is bordering on profane.

- Brandon Cronenberg should do a spin off of the two lesbian driller killers, Dani and Berst - now that's the world building the people really want! And much, huge thanks to David Cronenberg for introducing me to Tanaya Beatty.

- "Mother" Was Timlin's "art project" insipid or inspired parody? Regardless, I had some good laughs throughout but *that scene* was a cold, hard smack in the face. Well done, Cronenberg.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2022 1:40 pm    Post subject:

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Videdrome:

"Long live the new flesh"

Crimes of the Future

"Long live the new flesh"


Some (of many) fun bits: ** mild spoilers**

- The wall clock in the bureaucrats' office is broken, stuck somewhere between 11 a.m./p.m. and noon/midnight.

- Cronenberg ridiculing his pale imitators through The Earman is hilarious ("The ears don't even work." "It was fine.")

- In an office scene between Stewart (having fun as a nerdy pervert) and Viggo, it dawned on me that Cronenberg has probably been approched by some seriously weirdo groupies throughout his career.

- Cronenberg dropping a reference to The Passion of Joan of Arc was cheeky enough, but having the iconic shot of Maria Falconetti gazing towards heaven be inverted with Viggo gazing beatifically towards the earthly plane is bordering on profane.

- Brandon Cronenberg should do a spin off of the two lesbian driller killers, Dani and Berst - now that's the world building the people really want! And much, huge thanks to David Cronenberg for introducing me to Tanaya Beatty.

- "Mother" Was Timlin's "art project" insipid or inspired parody? Regardless, I had some good laughs throughout but *that scene* was a cold, hard smack in the face. Well done, Cronenberg.


Crimes of the Future went so hard. The (bleep) noises as Viggo tried to swallow. Stewart's kinky, freakiness. Léa Seydoux's nipples!

I too would murder my son if he ate trashcans. Right bastard, now I can't have company over!
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2022 7:18 pm    Post subject:

Cutheon wrote:
Baron Von Humongous wrote:
Videdrome:

"Long live the new flesh"

Crimes of the Future

"Long live the new flesh"


Some (of many) fun bits: ** mild spoilers**

- The wall clock in the bureaucrats' office is broken, stuck somewhere between 11 a.m./p.m. and noon/midnight.

- Cronenberg ridiculing his pale imitators through The Earman is hilarious ("The ears don't even work." "It was fine.")

- In an office scene between Stewart (having fun as a nerdy pervert) and Viggo, it dawned on me that Cronenberg has probably been approched by some seriously weirdo groupies throughout his career.

- Cronenberg dropping a reference to The Passion of Joan of Arc was cheeky enough, but having the iconic shot of Maria Falconetti gazing towards heaven be inverted with Viggo gazing beatifically towards the earthly plane is bordering on profane.

- Brandon Cronenberg should do a spin off of the two lesbian driller killers, Dani and Berst - now that's the world building the people really want! And much, huge thanks to David Cronenberg for introducing me to Tanaya Beatty.

- "Mother" Was Timlin's "art project" insipid or inspired parody? Regardless, I had some good laughs throughout but *that scene* was a cold, hard smack in the face. Well done, Cronenberg.


Crimes of the Future went so hard. The (bleep) noises as Viggo tried to swallow. Stewart's kinky, freakiness. Léa Seydoux's nipples!

I too would murder my son if he ate trashcans. Right bastard, now I can't have company over!

When she smothers her kid and then lays her body on top of him to stifle his physical struggles while dying was astonishing. The sexual act of the missionary position between a larger man and smaller woman inverted to be mother and son/women penetrating men with camera cables, robotic scalpels, and drills - that's brilliant Cronenberg cinema.

Did you read the ending as optimistic?
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2022 7:25 pm    Post subject:

Amazon Prime is ridiculously prudish. They blocked the remastered release of Short Bus from being streamed on their platform and now they're the only major rental streaming service that won't host the porn industry satire Pleasure .

(bleep) off, Prudy Bezos!
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Saw "Altered States" (1980, William Hurt) for first time. I found it interesting for how derivative it was to other 80s stuff, both in little dribs and drabs, but also as a concept picture about mind experiments or super mind abilities. Many flicks of various types were done around that time. "Carrie" (1976), "Scanners" (1981), "Brianstorm" (filmed in 1981, released in 83 due to Natalie Wood's death), and even something like "Somewhere In Time" (1980, Christopher Reeve) where he experimented w/ self-hypnosis.

Then it was obvious that when Hurt turned into a killer hominid and ran amok, John Landis saw it and probably "borrowed" the idea of having the monster fall asleep and waking up naked at a zoo. The werewolf in Landis' "An American Werewolf In London" did that only months later in a Summer 81 release. "Altered States" was also one of the first movies to employ air bladders on the face and arms of Hurt. They were used extensively in "The Howling" (1980) for the other lauded werewolf transformation. Iirc, they used (new) rubbers for the actual bladders because they expanded far w/o bursting. The great Rick Baker is credited in both because he was working on "Howling 1" before Landis called him over to "AWIL", for which he snagged the first Oscar awarded for practicals. Back then, no one had a clue that CGI was gonna suckify F/X for years to come.

Another funny one was Hurt in a freakish red energy glow that resulted from an experiment and he was able to return to normal by slamming himself against the walls of his hallway. It was obvious that the band a-ha saw that and used it in the "Take On Me" video because it looked exactly like the movie scene.

Maybe our XXX porn fanatic homie Baron liked "Altered States", but I was hoping for a little more. The premise was silly, tbh. I'm sure Baron von would tell me I shoulda watched a Cronenberg flick.

Here's a vid w/ Carpenter, Cronenberg, Landis. Timely hairstyles there. Crone surprisingly cared a lot about kids seeing horror films. Not what I expected him to discuss, but listening to him, it's obvious he was an intelligent and thoughtful lad. Carp was Carp. That was his standard interview posture. Landis was a toned down version of the on-set variety.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9VfvUVrlgs
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2022 6:02 am    Post subject:

Rest in peace Jean-Louis Trintignant, one of the greatest actors of his generation. There's a number of movies he starred in that I still need to catch up on, but no one else could achieve what he did in The Conformist and Amour. A quiet titan of international cinema.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2022 6:15 am    Post subject:

Took my kid to see Lightyear, he got bored lol, Sonic 2 >> Lightyear
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Saw "Altered States" (1980, William Hurt) for first time. I found it interesting for how derivative it was to other 80s stuff, both in little dribs and drabs, but also as a concept picture about mind experiments or super mind abilities. Many flicks of various types were done around that time. "Carrie" (1976), "Scanners" (1981), "Brianstorm" (filmed in 1981, released in 83 due to Natalie Wood's death), and even something like "Somewhere In Time" (1980, Christopher Reeve) where he experimented w/ self-hypnosis.

Then it was obvious that when Hurt turned into a killer hominid and ran amok, John Landis saw it and probably "borrowed" the idea of having the monster fall asleep and waking up naked at a zoo. The werewolf in Landis' "An American Werewolf In London" did that only months later in a Summer 81 release. "Altered States" was also one of the first movies to employ air bladders on the face and arms of Hurt. They were used extensively in "The Howling" (1980) for the other lauded werewolf transformation. Iirc, they used (new) rubbers for the actual bladders because they expanded far w/o bursting. The great Rick Baker is credited in both because he was working on "Howling 1" before Landis called him over to "AWIL", for which he snagged the first Oscar awarded for practicals. Back then, no one had a clue that CGI was gonna suckify F/X for years to come.

Another funny one was Hurt in a freakish red energy glow that resulted from an experiment and he was able to return to normal by slamming himself against the walls of his hallway. It was obvious that the band a-ha saw that and used it in the "Take On Me" video because it looked exactly like the movie scene.

Maybe our XXX porn fanatic homie Baron liked "Altered States", but I was hoping for a little more. The premise was silly, tbh. I'm sure Baron von would tell me I shoulda watched a Cronenberg flick.

Here's a vid w/ Carpenter, Cronenberg, Landis. Timely hairstyles there. Crone surprisingly cared a lot about kids seeing horror films. Not what I expected him to discuss, but listening to him, it's obvious he was an intelligent and thoughtful lad. Carp was Carp. That was his standard interview posture. Landis was a toned down version of the on-set variety.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9VfvUVrlgs

A major blindspot for me, avid Ken Russell fan. If not a Cronenberg movie, maybe give Russell's masterpiece, The Devils, a shot. I also dig Women in Love, Dante's Inferno , Crimes of Passion, and Lair of the White Worm.

Re: Altered States, that was a for hire gig he took after his blank check movie, Valentino, (rightfully) flopped. Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde ) was set to direct - he cast the film - but dropped out at the last minute due to "creative differences" with screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky who was a big swinging dongle back then after winning his Oscar for Network . Anyway, Russell comes in to pinch hit and he hated William Hurt. The apocryphal tale is that when they would have cast and crew dinners in-between shooting, Ken Russell would put out a jar for donations from anyone who was being an assh0le or a bore - he usually told Hurt to "donate" twice.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2022 9:26 am    Post subject:

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Took my kid to see Lightyear, he got bored lol, Sonic 2 >> Lightyear

Disney buries Turning Red on streaming but puts out Lightyear in theaters...? I think they're really trying to screw over the Pixar people same as they did Searchlight.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2022 10:38 am    Post subject:

Baron Von Humongous wrote:
Cutheon wrote:
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Videdrome:

"Long live the new flesh"

Crimes of the Future

"Long live the new flesh"


Some (of many) fun bits: ** mild spoilers**

- The wall clock in the bureaucrats' office is broken, stuck somewhere between 11 a.m./p.m. and noon/midnight.

- Cronenberg ridiculing his pale imitators through The Earman is hilarious ("The ears don't even work." "It was fine.")

- In an office scene between Stewart (having fun as a nerdy pervert) and Viggo, it dawned on me that Cronenberg has probably been approched by some seriously weirdo groupies throughout his career.

- Cronenberg dropping a reference to The Passion of Joan of Arc was cheeky enough, but having the iconic shot of Maria Falconetti gazing towards heaven be inverted with Viggo gazing beatifically towards the earthly plane is bordering on profane.

- Brandon Cronenberg should do a spin off of the two lesbian driller killers, Dani and Berst - now that's the world building the people really want! And much, huge thanks to David Cronenberg for introducing me to Tanaya Beatty.

- "Mother" Was Timlin's "art project" insipid or inspired parody? Regardless, I had some good laughs throughout but *that scene* was a cold, hard smack in the face. Well done, Cronenberg.


Crimes of the Future went so hard. The (bleep) noises as Viggo tried to swallow. Stewart's kinky, freakiness. Léa Seydoux's nipples!

I too would murder my son if he ate trashcans. Right bastard, now I can't have company over!

When she smothers her kid and then lays her body on top of him to stifle his physical struggles while dying was astonishing. The sexual act of the missionary position between a larger man and smaller woman inverted to be mother and son/women penetrating men with camera cables, robotic scalpels, and drills - that's brilliant Cronenberg cinema.

Did you read the ending as optimistic?


From the opening moments, I was in love, but still keeping the movie at arms-length. Then she straddled him . . .

As to the bold . . . absolutely. Crimes, like much of Cronenberg's oeuvre, finds itself concerned with the power and purpose of art. In this case, an artist's ability to either sanctify subversion - think, what Lang really wanted Tenser to do, which was display his son's perverted innards as a natural and appropriate evolutionary branching, one that legitimized Lang's group and delegitimized the government/powers that be's violently enforced adherence to a singular view of *what it means to be a human* - or reinforce and reify majority-approved views through the insidious infiltration of underground groups - think the Earman's neatly commodified dancing, Timlin's sabotage of Tenser's performance, and what the government generally wanted from Tenser.

I think the final scene is a nod to the former -- Tenser, without question, has the same innards that Brecken once had. And, unlike the small boy and his father, Tenser himself is a very powerful man, one very capable of using his body, his art, as proof positive of the humanity behind this "new" branch of mankind.

So, to wrap up . . . Lang may be gone, those two twins still active, the NRO still a thing, Timlin still kinky . . . but plastic-eaters remain and Tenser's about to lend them some legitimacy.

FWIW, I find myself equally as cynical and optimistic as Crimes. There's many different flavors of folk out there. All are valid. But that definitely threatens those in power. And those in power have, do, and will use art to infiltrate, subvert, and approve those groups on their terms. And bad artists will help them, bad bureaucrats, bad citizens, etc. But there are good artists, too; and good citizens, etc. And good art. And it, too, can approve those groups -- importantly, and often enough to matter, on their terms. And that helps - every little bit helps.

Crimes shows us all the reasons to be cynical - but I think it ends, as you seemed to note, by giving us all the reasons to be optimistic.

Also, you know, pollution is bad and it could only be a good thing if more humans can eat plastic lol.
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Amazon Prime is ridiculously prudish. They blocked the remastered release of Short Bus from being streamed on their platform and now they're the only major rental streaming service that won't host the porn industry satire Pleasure .

(bleep) off, Prudy Bezos!


Yeah, it's rated xxy
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2022 7:24 pm    Post subject:

HERE TODAY A film about a comic writer (Billy Crystal)with 1st stage alzheimer befriended by a street singer (Tiffany Haddish). Good plot, slow developing, heart wrenching finale. CAST
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Nobody - One of the best rewatchables. Fourth time tonight. I hope it enters the action pantheon.
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Nobody - One of the best rewatchables. Fourth time tonight. I hope it enters the action pantheon.


BVH what are your thoughts on Crimes optimism
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Nobody - One of the best rewatchables. Fourth time tonight. I hope it enters the action pantheon.


I liked Christopher Lloyd playing a badass.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2022 4:25 pm    Post subject:

RISE It's the story of Giannis Antetokounmpo journey to the NBA. It's a heartwarming story about a family that stuck together through very hard times.

Giannis means God is good. Antetokounmpo means the king/crown/royalty from across the seas" or "the king/crown/royalty from a foreign land".

If the film is anywhere close to being true it was an arduous journey. After watching the film I have a different perception of Giannis. I give it 8.
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Nobody - One of the best rewatchables. Fourth time tonight. I hope it enters the action pantheon.


Gonna give that a watch. Just got caught up on BCS so I'm on an Odenkirk binge for a hot minute.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2022 1:12 pm    Post subject:

an oldie but goodie

The Watch with stiller and Vaughn. really funny if you like silly.
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