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blessing mbaye 6 years ago

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_kelly .King 6 years ago

I'm a real geek about the Dawn cuts - I've even compared them side by side twice to make sure I really like the Argento one better or if it's just my annoyance at that lame line "real brothers or street brothers?" asked of Peter in the helicopter, which has always struck me as not only American, but a weak observation at that when you've gone from making film history with a watershed black protagonist like Ben in Night to having just one crap (and forced) line ten years later. But I've found it's mainly because of the editing of the opening scene in the TV studio, the gas refill scene, and "cleaning out/up the mall" sequences that I prefer the Zombi cut.

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pittsburgh, pa
Favorite Movies:
└ l'IntÚrieur (Inside), Last Hurrah for Chivalry, Santo Versus the Martian Invasion (Santo el Enmascardo de Plata vs la Invasiˇn de los Marcianos), Nowhere, Audition (ďdishon), Django, Cannibal Holocaust, The Dark Knight
Favorite Actors:
Takashi Miike, Guy Maddin, Kenneth Anger, Alain Delon
The details of my life are quite inconsequential. Very Well, my favorite directors are in an alphabetical order are Woody Allen, Robert Altman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Wes Anderson, Kenneth Anger, Greg Arakki, Dario Argento, Darren Aronofsky, Mario Bava, Ingmar Bergman, Danny Boyle, John Carpenter, William Castle, Stephen Chow, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Joel and Ethan Coen, Alex Cox, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg, Guillemo Del Toro, Brian Depalma, Robert Downey SR., Frederico Fellini, David Fincher, Milos Forman, Nick Frost, Kinji Fukasawa, Sam Fuller, Lucio Fulci, Terry Gilliam, Jean Luc Godard, Don Herzfeld, Alfred Hitchcock, Tobe Hooper,The Hughes Brothers, Peter Jackson, Jim Jarmusch, Alejandro Jodorowski, Spike Jonze, Werner Herzog, Shintaro Katsu, Lloyd Kauffman, Takeshi Kitano, STANLEY KUBRICK, AKIRA KUROSAWA, John Landis, Fritz Lang, Spike Lee, Sergio Leone, Herschell Gordon Lewis, David Lynch, Guy Maddin, Jose Mojica Marins, Neil Marshall, John McTiernan, Jean-Pierre Melville, Takashi Miike, Christopher Nolan, Steve Odekerk, The Pang Brothers, Sam Peckinpah, Bill Plympton, Sam Raimi, Nicholas Ray, Jean Renoir, Robert Rodriguez, George Romero, Eli Roth, David O Russell, Ken Russell, Martin Scorsese, Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Steve Soderbergh, Stephen Spielberg, Seijin Suzuki, Jan Swankmajer, Quentin Tarantino, Jacques Tati, Shinya Sukomoto, John Waters, Orson Welles, Wong Kar Woi, John Woo, Park Chan Wook, Zhang Yimou, Rob Zombie ?That?s a start

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  • Azumi

    Azumi (2003)

    January 06, 2009

    Good, albeit unbelievable action, good plot too. A little on the long side, but still a good movie. A must see for ninja fans, or people that like great decapitations.

  • Inside (└ l'intÚrieur)

    Inside (└ l'intÚrieur) (2007)

    August 03, 2008

    Probably the best horror film since Audition

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight (2008)

    July 18, 2008

    The first thing is, this movie isn't for children, Batman Begins wasn't really for children, but this one is not at all for a young audience. (which makes me happy I went to the midnight show). I think Heath Ledger's performance of the joker will undoubtedly go down as the best villain of all time. It was more unnerving than Hannibal Lector, more evil than Darth Vader, and more maddenning than Norman Bates, the ideas presented in his performance are beyond the usual basic and generic morality that presents itself in most Hollywood movies. This truly is a charismatic villain, and without a doubt one for the film history books.

    The performance of Aaron Eckhart as Harvey Dent could have just been Harvey Dent, setting up Two Face for the next movie. That being said, he was excellent as the White Knight of Gotham.

    This movie has a lot of depth, with no flashbacks to the Batman origin story, this is present day, and respects the material and the heavy headiness of chaos theory and moral conumdrums. (I'll write more later)

  • Iron Monkey

    Iron Monkey (2001)

    July 17, 2008

    Iron Monkey rules. There really isn't anyway around it. It's sort of a Kung Fu Robin Hood. Fun story and great fight sequences make this a must watch for any genre fan. If Pan's Labyrinth was a fairy tale for adults, This is an adventure story for adults.

  • In Bruges

    In Bruges (2008)

    July 17, 2008

    A lot less funny and a lot darker than the trailer would make you believe, it's still a respectable hitman banter film. It deals with something that most movies about professional killers don't deal with, which is guilt and what happens when there's an accident. Oddly enough, it was kind of touching, and not when it was trying to be. It was definately worth a watch.

  • The Onion Movie

    The Onion Movie (2008)

    July 09, 2008

    More than a few solid laughs, reminiscent of The Kentucky Fried Movie, which is superior in many ways, and inferior in the overly long redubbing of Enter The Dragon. Anyways, this is a review for The Onion Movie. I laughed really hard during the Al Queda training video and Michael Bolton's Children's Charity scene, some of the jokes go on for too long, others it seems like not long enough. That being said, it's a good watch. I kind of wish I was drunk when I watched it, but the humor was ripe enough sober.

  • Kataude mashin gÔru (The Machine Girl)

    Kataude mashin gÔru (The Machine Girl) (2008)

    July 07, 2008

    Let's face it, you don't really need to read a review before watching this movie. It's a girl in the sailor suit uniform with a machine gun for an arm and a penchant for turning enemies into hamburger meat. If that sounds delicious (There's a lot of food related gore), then this is your movie. If you are grossed out by excessive blood and murder, need a lot of character development, rational thought, or if you end up being frustrated by unanswered questions, then this isn't your movie. For the rest of us, kick back and let the bloodletting begin.

  • Them (Ils)

    Them (Ils) (2007)

    July 06, 2008

    Really good tense thriller, reminded me of a whole movie devoted to a killer chase scene from an Argento film. It was tense, however, Lucas has to be the worst male protector ever, I swear subtlety and quietness isn't his strong point. Watch this with the lights off and the sound cranked. The atmosphere of dread was well delivered. The ending came either too long or too short of where it should have been, but that's a mild gripe. Overall, a high recommendation.

  • Blast of Silence

    Blast of Silence (1961)

    July 02, 2008

    There's good pulp and there's bad pulp. This a case of Good Pulp, being it's well aware of what it is. Some of the acting isn't that great, however I believe that adds to the mystique of it, along with the naration that isn't omni-present, it isn't personal, it's like a coach or a sports announcer. Everytime I watch it, I wonder what the film would be like without it.

  • Fireworks (Hana-bi)

    Fireworks (Hana-bi) (1997)

    July 01, 2008

    A moody, emotional character study of someone pushed passed the brink. Kitano's performance is catatonic, yet masterful as the story goes. It isn't necessarily action packed, the roberry is like most of the story, subtle and ambiguous, as in the characters and events are somehow in this distracted zone. It's a confident and competent film, morally ambivelant with a rather ambiguous ending, and certainly not for all tastes. The over-the-top violence is saved by the subtle reactions. All in all, a great movie. Deductions from the music that didn't necessarily fit.

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