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    Love this movie. I think it's hilarious.
    It's a good film.

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    Dragon. A noir-ish kung fu film where an investigator uses acupuncture to suppress his empathy in order to root out a potentially dangerous qi master in hiding. Pretty cool.

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    this watch it it's excellent especially if you like dark whimisical films it's a mix between big fish and box trolls (if you seen that, it's good worth watching maybe once but not more than that)

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    I finally saw The Maltese Falcon yesterday. I really didn't know much about it, except that it's a prime example of the use of a macguffin, and of noir. I was surprised about how small the sets were and how few locations there were, giving it a cramped feel. And pleasantly surprised that it takes place in San Francisco. Good stuff, though.

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    American Ultra. I give it a 6.5/10. A mostly pointless time killer; the best part was the preview of Deadpool and Mockingjay Part 2 before the film.
    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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    Just finished the 'him' version of 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby' -- I recommend the 'Them' version, I saw it first, yesterday, and 'him' just adds a few additional scenes (probably 'her' is the same, adding some additional footage)

    I think the character development and relational/life/personality struggles were very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Dragon. A noir-ish kung fu film where an investigator uses acupuncture to suppress his empathy in order to root out a potentially dangerous qi master in hiding. Pretty cool.
    It's on youtube free https://youtu.be/eCM2iyka7Bs
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    All About Eve. It's considered one of the all time great films but I give it a 6/10. Some of the more recent movies I've seen such as Pixar's Inside Out and The Grand Budapest Hotel are more entertaining films. This really is the golden age of cinema.
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    Enjoy.

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    Took a chance on an indie film. This is probably the best movie I've seen this year, which is strange because I usually don't like seeing self-destructive behavior in a film.

    Go see "Before I Disappear" now; get the soundtrack as well. It's about a suicidal INFP (or ISFP?) who finds redemption when he connects with his estranged niece.

    Also, Shawn Christensen is da man! He wrote, directed, and starred in the movie and he also contributed a song.
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