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Old 09-11-2013, 04:49 AM   #641
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Still my favorite film from last year. So beautiful!
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Old 11-02-2013, 04:11 PM   #642
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So I've been comparing the US Special Features with the DE Special Features.
Did you know that the German Blu-ray has all the US BD features + an additional 45 minutes of interviews ?

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+ Interviews
- Logan Lerman ("Charlie") (03:59 Min.)
- Ezra Miller ("Patrick") (04:17 Min.)
- Emma Watson ("Sam") (06:00 Min.)
- Nina Dobrev ("Candace") (02:47 Min.)
- Johnny Simmons ("Brad") (03:26 Min.)
- Paul Rudd ("Mr. Anderson") (02:47 Min.)
- Erin Wilhelmi ("Alice") (03:02 Min.)
- Kate Walsh (Mutter) (03:28 Min.)
- Mae Whitman ("Mary Elizabeth") (04:32 Min.)
- Russell Smith & Lianne Halfon (Produktion) (05:05 Min.)
- Stephen Chbosky (Drehbuch & Regie) (07:01 Min.)
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...and there's an easter egg on the disc (B-Roll, 20 minutes).
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:08 AM   #643
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Watched this incredible film tonight!!! If you do not own this movie at least rent it. It's a MUST SEE!!!
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:10 AM   #644
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I've yet to see it

Everyone and I mean everyone I talk to loves this movie. I need to step up my game. Need to dedicate time to this one day.
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:15 AM   #645
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I've yet to see it

Everyone and I mean everyone I talk to loves this movie. I need to step up my game. Need to dedicate time to this one day.
You haven't seen it yet??!!!

Get to it!
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Old 12-31-2013, 06:15 AM   #646
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I've yet to see it

Everyone and I mean everyone I talk to loves this movie. I need to step up my game. Need to dedicate time to this one day.
Definitely. I blind bought it release day based on the reactions here, and it instantly shot up to my top 3 of last year. Not to overhype it though. Just see it for yourself with an open mind.
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Old 12-31-2013, 02:27 PM   #647
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Definitely. I blind bought it release day based on the reactions here, and it instantly shot up to my top 3 of last year. Not to overhype it though. Just see it for yourself with an open mind.
I'm actually shocked at the amount of people that I run into that love this movie. Don't get me wrong, I consider it one of the best films of 2012, but this is coming from someone who read the book in High School English about 10 years ago. Just this past christmas eve I sat down with my much older sisters and their children (who are middle-school aged) along with my 70-something parents and it was enjoyed by all.
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Old 12-31-2013, 03:01 PM   #648
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I loved this movie too. I saw it on Showtime a few months ago. I had to really convince family members to see it, and get them to sit down and stay for the movie. Within minutes they were riveted, and by the end they were crying. I think the two male performances are the real standouts...without Lerman there's no movie, and Miller brought such spontaneity and life to the film ("because let's face it. I smoke all you *****es"). I'd say it's among my favorites from last year, behind Zero Dark Thirty (in my opinion the best film of 2012). No, it's not perfect...though I love the Joan Cusack cameo, I can't help but think that it's saying that Charlie's awkward experience in high school came about more because of Charlie's mental health rather than normal high school issues. That said, it holds up on repeat viewings; there are so many memorable scenes that can be appreciated by everyone.

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Old 12-31-2013, 03:02 PM   #649
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I loved this film! Emma Watson is really carving out a great career for herself and overcoming the child actor jinx.

That small role she took in My Week With Marilyn, she was great in The Bling Ring, didn't you love watching her "boogie down" inside the club? She gots some moves and This Is The End.
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