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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:45 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Sanctum (2011)

Plot wasn't very special, but surroundings kept me watching. Too bad it wasn't possble to see 3D version from tv, that might have made it better... Lol


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Inspired by Kabuki theater and containing a traditional Japanese score complete with shamisen, elders in the impoverished medieval village shown in this film are carried to a mountain to die when they reach 70 - so as not to be a burden to their loved ones. Actress Kinuyo Tanaka is the widow acknowledging the finality of her time with her son, played by Teiji Takahashi, in a profound 20-minute finale. From 1957, Keisuke Kinoshita's most experimental film, perhaps his greatest, is The Ballad of Narayama (not to be confused with the 1983 sexier version):



Jesse Owens, as played by Stephan James, is an American Olympian hero, and his story is given a glossy biopic treatment - how I wish it could have delved deeper into Owens the person, along with more critical depictions of racial relations characterized his career and post-career - in 2016's Race:



Based on Felix Salten's book Perri: The Youth of a Squirrel (same author as Bambi), 1957's Perri is a nature documentary unlike the other entries in Walt Disney's True Life Adventures documentary series. Instead of creating a story around the documentary footage, the crew of this film spent two years attempting to shoot footage that tailored to an existing story. Perhaps one of the better, innovatively shot of all Disney nature documentaries:

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I guess I should say that I finally saw Frozen...  Smile  Nice movie, but tbh I don't quite get all the hype it's getting....


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Jennifer Jones plays Bernadette Soubirous - later to be St. Bernadette - in this dramatization of Bernadette's visions of the Virgin Mary in Lourdes in France. Directed by Henry King, based on the novel by Franz Werfel, and released in 1943, The Song of Bernadette is probably one of the best films about Christian faith ever made:



And yet another obscure Disney live-action movie that I've had the pleasure to see... With (surprisingly) an almost all-Mexican cast with an almost all-Mexican crew, Andres Velazquez is Pablito, The Littlest Outlaw, who steals Pedro Armendáriz's jumping horse when the horse is supposed to be put down. It's not much, but it's very different from your stereotypical Disney live-action film from this era... can't put up and image of the poster for some reason.

For dog lovers, Norman Tokar's The Ugly Dachshund (1966) is a play on "The Ugly Duckling" in which Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette's Great Dane acts as if he is a dachshund - it doesn't help that the Great Dane's "sisters" are troublesome, meddlesome, menaces that ruin everything - leaving the unlucky Great Dane with all the blame in the end.



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Moana... Yes, I'm 22 years old. But still a child at heart.
(I think I teared up a bit during the movie)



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From 1964, this is Alfred Hitchcock's first film post-Birds. And I'm not a fan. Tippi Hedren is the titular Marnie, a kleptomaniac afraid of the color red who is investigated by Sean Connery. Connery falls in love with Hedren, marries her in an attempt to reform her kleptomaniacal ways but... anyways, it's a friggin mess.



Adapted from John Steinbeck's novel of the same name (which itself was released after The Grapes of Wrath), 1943's The Moon is Down sees Cedric Hardwicke and his fellow Nazi regiment storm and occupy a peaceful Norwegian village. Conflict brews when the mayor (Henry Travers), village doctor (Lee J. Cobb), and many of the residents show no signs of complying with the Nazis. Though not intended as propaganda, it would be advertised as such by the US government.



Adapted from the Jane Austen novel of the same name, Ang Lee directs 1995's Sense and Sensibility - starring Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, and many others. Maybe the best Austenian film adaptation, it's beautiful to look at and, hey, I'm not a fan of period pieces... but I was thoroughly entertained by this one.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



It's been on the tv several times the last few weeks,
and I watch it every time...



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I read the book for class and decided to give the movie a shot. The movie left out a ton of information that was in the book. The book was waaaayyy better.



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



One of my most favorite movies. Smile



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Best film I have seen in several years. Very Happy
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I love these
studio Ghibli films.
They are all a bit weird,
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With thanks to one of the local theaters here in Orange County, the last films I have seen are the fifteen nominated short films for this year's Academy Awards (five in each category - Animated Short, Documentary Short, and Live Action Short).

I've written on the Animated and Live Action short film nominees, as well.
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...been recently watching the Oscar nominee movies (during past 2 weeks), and today we had Manchester By The Sea. Not typical(?) big drama but delicate, intriguing story... Absolutely great movie, liked this a lot. Smile



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