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    Death of a Cyclist (1955) - Solid B.

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    Electrik Children - 5/5, also 5/5 for the poster.


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    6/10. It's kind of a hybrid with documentary elements which made it a bit awkward. As a fairly low-budget memoir it's pretty decent. Kind of concentrates on the psychological impact of war on young WW2 RAF pilots. Might read the book to fill in the blanks.

    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
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    Dallas Buyer's Club
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    Her
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    Wolf of Wall Street
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    I couldn't pay attention to American Hustle. I'll give it a 2/10 just for Jennifer Lawrence.

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    Life of Pi: 6.3/10
    I saw that movie in 3D after eating a very strong medicinal cookie and it was the most stressful movie viewing experience of my life. I think I legitimately got seasick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
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    excited to see this one. looks good.

    I couldn't pay attention to American Hustle. I'll give it a 2/10 just for Jennifer Lawrence.
    gah! i was afraid of this. can't decide if i want to see it or not. plot-summary-wise it seems uninteresting to me, but i was assured it was "different". did you happen to see or like Argo?

    I saw that movie in 3D after eating a very strong medicinal cookie and it was the most stressful movie viewing experience of my life. I think I legitimately got seasick.
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    From Justin to Kelly

    4/10

    Oh god, it was so horrible. But Kelly's voice gave it an additional 3 points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    I saw that movie in 3D after eating a very strong medicinal cookie and it was the most stressful movie viewing experience of my life. I think I legitimately got seasick.
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    The Abyss, Director's Cut (James Cameron)... I consider it to be among his best work, in regards to direction, art design, cinematography, and writing. The dialogue and characterization is pretty tight. Probably an 8.5-9.

    While his later pictures made more money, I feel like his writing and casting has slid quite a bit. (For comparison, I only rate Titanic and Avatar in the 6-7 range, and only because of the visual spectacle.)
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    Francis Ha. It was a lovely movie, but just a little too twee for my tastes. 3.5/5


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    Django Unchained - 9,5/10





    The Elephant Man - 9/10





    This Is The End - 2/10

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