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Old 04-13-2014, 04:37 PM   #121
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I don't know. I stopped reading the book when the bizarre creatures started showing up.
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Old 04-13-2014, 04:45 PM   #122
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This looks like it will be pretty good.

I'm hoping it is released somewhere near me and soon.
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Old 04-13-2014, 05:01 PM   #123
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This looks like it will be pretty good.

I'm hoping it is released somewhere near me and soon.
If it doesn't hit cherrydale on the 18th I'm heading to Asheville with a friend to catch it. I can wait no longer. I've been following this movie's trail since Scarlett signed on in 2010.

To the user that stopped the book - give it another try. That's around the time the main character starts to change emotionally. I actually welled up with tears during the final few paragraphs.
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Old 04-13-2014, 06:37 PM   #124
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To the user that stopped the book - give it another try. That's around the time the main character starts to change emotionally. I actually welled up with tears during the final few paragraphs.
I think that Faber's novel is excellent. I am prepared to go into the movie knowing that several aspects of the story have been changed, but I have a feeling that the general aesthetic will remain intact.
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Old 04-13-2014, 07:08 PM   #125
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This looks like it will be pretty good.

I'm hoping it is released somewhere near me and soon.
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This is my plan as well. Also, greetings fellow upstaters!
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Old 04-13-2014, 08:09 PM   #126
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This looks like a movie I could absolutely love. Unfortunately, it is playing noooowhere near me. I wish mainstream theaters would have a arthouse, indie flick day at once a week at least. Glad Glazer is back. I watched Sexy Best last night...forgot how hilarious Ben Kingsley was. Might have to pick up that TT release.
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Old 04-14-2014, 06:34 AM   #127
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Visceral startling imagery. Reminded me a bit of beyond the black rainbow and enemy. Scotland was just a much of a character as the alien. A movie that certainly deserves to be experienced/felt and my second favorite picture of this year so far. I certainly will be purchasing. When I see stuff like this, it makes all the big popcorn blockbusters this forum obsesses over seem irrelevant which is a good thing.
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Old 04-14-2014, 06:33 PM   #128
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Visceral startling imagery. Reminded me a bit of beyond the black rainbow and enemy. Scotland was just a much of a character as the alien. A movie that certainly deserves to be experienced/felt and my second favorite picture of this year so far. I certainly will be purchasing. When I see stuff like this, it makes all the big popcorn blockbusters this forum obsesses over seem irrelevant which is a good thing.
I really hope this comes to my theatre this weekend.
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I really hope this comes to my theatre this weekend.
I hope so too, judging from your tastes it'll probably be something you'll love or at least appreciate.
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Old 04-14-2014, 06:38 PM   #130
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Saw this Friday. It may be one of the best films ever made.
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Old 04-14-2014, 06:40 PM   #131
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I hope so too, judging from your tastes it'll probably be something you'll love or at least appreciate.
I really want to read the novel as well, but now I will just wait to see the film first. I love visual/aural experiences, so yeah, this is definitely up my alley.
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Saw this Friday. It may be one of the best films ever made.
Wow!

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I really want to read the novel as well, but now I will just wait to see the film first. I love visual/aural experiences, so yeah, this is definitely up my alley.
Off topic but I see pans is in your top 20. I went to a sci fi film festival over the weekend and they had a showing of it. Doug was there to talk about the film, del Toro, and the make up he endured to be the fawn and pale man. He signed a few prints and hugged everyone. Long story short, amazing movie.
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Off topic but I see pans is in your top 20. I went to a sci fi film festival over the weekend and they had a showing of it. Doug was there to talk about the film, del Toro, and the make up he endured to be the fawn and pale man. He signed a few prints and hugged everyone. Long story short, amazing movie.
That's great! Was it your first viewing of it? (sorry for being off-topic)
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That's great! Was it your first viewing of it? (sorry for being off-topic)
I saw it back in 06 but it hit me harder this time. That ending.
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Old 04-14-2014, 08:32 PM   #136
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I saw it back in 06 but it hit me harder this time. That ending.
Definitely!

Anyways, I can't wait to hear the score from Under The Skin. Everyone has been telling me that it's exceptional.
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Here's a fun and rather heartwarming article about Adam Pearson and his role in Under the Skin.

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Under the Skin is opening here in Atlanta on April 18, so I'll be there to see it.
Thank you for posting that! Great read! I hate to admit that I had no idea that wasn't just a make-up job in the film (and it goes to the actor's point in the article that I would instantly think make-up job) so I'm glad to know otherwise and appreciate the performance even more.

The movie is an experience. Saw it last night with a theater that was more crowded than I expected (for a 6:20 showing on a Tuesday night at 42nd Street in NYC), though some people walked out during the movie. I don't know that I'm ready to say I "loved" it, but I'm intrigued as heck by it. Definitely a film that will stay with me. I haven't been able to stop thinking about it since leaving the theater.
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Was hoping to watch this Friday, but just checked the showtimes at my art house and they bumped it back a week. WHYYYYYY?! I must see this now.
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Quite the opposite, I discovered today that the local AMC theater added this for Friday. It's about 10 minutes away, when previously I thought it would surely be a one-hour drive to the nearest theater.
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Quite the opposite, I discovered today that the local AMC theater added this for Friday. It's about 10 minutes away, when previously I thought it would surely be a one-hour drive to the nearest theater.
That's great to hear! I'll have to check my larger theaters tonight because their upcoming showtimes weren't available yesterday. Hope AMC comes through on my end as well. It'd be great to see this on a larger screen.
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