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Old 01-23-2013, 02:43 AM   #41
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My blind buys 2013 so far:

-Cloverfield
-Ninja Assassin

Haven't received them yet, are these good? They have solid scores on this website. What do you guys think?
Cloverfield is a good movie. 4/5
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:46 AM   #42
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So far:
Taken 2
Source Code
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:20 AM   #43
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I found this really curious, and I'm glad to hear both are enjoyable
All Blind Buys I haven't watched yet that I've picked up the last week or two.

Taken 2
Dredd
Frankenweenie
Raging Bull
Moonrise Kingdom
Looper
Lawrence of Arabia
Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter
Re-Animator
There Will be Blood
Casion Royale
Wolverine
Sin City
Insomnia
Evil Dead
Winter's Bone
Pulp Fiction
Casablanca
Gangs of New York
Mean Girls
Lawless
Flash Gordon
Man Who Knew Too Much
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  • Pandorum (lenticular), Sin City (Canadian), No Country for Old Men, Minority Report, Casino Royale, Pulp Fiction, Lawless, Where the Wild Things Are, Planet 51, Scott Pilgrim vs. World, Watchmen (lenticular), Stand By Me, Terminator
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Old 01-23-2013, 11:59 AM   #44
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Glad this thread is going so well. I looked for something similar and couldn't find anything. I'm surprised by some of the movies people haven't seen before though. A few that jump out are Pulp Fiction and The Matrix. I guess there are probably some big movies others consider classics that I haven't seen yet as well though.

Keep em coming!
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:33 PM   #45
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Is Snow White and the Huntsmen really any good? I bought it black friday for $7.99 and have until tomorrow to return it and wanted to know if I should just watch it? I bought it mainly because it was so cheap.
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:45 PM   #46
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I could have warned you about Barbarella. It's in the top 5 worst sci-fi films ever made.
Maybe so,,but for $4,99 i reckon its worth that just for the fun of it
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Is Snow White and the Huntsmen really any good? I bought it black friday for $7.99 and have until tomorrow to return it and wanted to know if I should just watch it? I bought it mainly because it was so cheap.
Worth it for Charlize Theron and the SFX, but otherwise it was a bore and I barely made it through it.
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:43 PM   #48
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Glad this thread is going so well. I looked for something similar and couldn't find anything. I'm surprised by some of the movies people haven't seen before though. A few that jump out are Pulp Fiction and The Matrix. I guess there are probably some big movies others consider classics that I haven't seen yet as well though.

Keep em coming!
Well... only last month I saw The Godfather for the first time, and I'm 26 yo

I just never got around to watch it before
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:51 PM   #49
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Well... only last month I saw The Godfather for the first time, and I'm 26 yo

I just never got around to watch it before
I'll be 37 next month and I've never watched it. lol I think I've seen a few scenes and it never grabbed my attention. Like I said, stuff that is classic to one is not to another... I was probably 25 before I saw Scarface, and that was a blind buy DVD. lol
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So far:
Taken 2
Source Code
Taken 2 was enjoyable if you like Neeson playing the Brian Mills character, I do, soci enjoyed it, but over all it was missing some key ingredient that made the first one awesome, but its good as a continuation of the story.

Now Source Code is special. The acting is great, best I've seen out of Gyllenhaal, but what makes it is how the story effortlessly turns suspenseful action into questions about reality/space/time/perception/existence. It the kind of film you watch and immediately start wanting to watch it with like minded people to discuss.



Oh and Michelle Mognahan is ABSOLUTELY DREAMY.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:01 PM   #51
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Well... only last month I saw The Godfather for the first time, and I'm 26 yo

I just never got around to watch it before
Please for everything holy and right DO NOT WAIT too long before you watch part 2.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:04 PM   #52
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Glad this thread is going so well. I looked for something similar and couldn't find anything. I'm surprised by some of the movies people haven't seen before though. A few that jump out are Pulp Fiction and The Matrix. I guess there are probably some big movies others consider classics that I haven't seen yet as well though.

Keep em coming!
It surprises me too... a lot of my blind buys these days are movies I wanted to see in theaters, but didnt get the chances, but that I also know that I will probably like, mainly due to the director being someone I enjoy

Then again, I am a movie lover and try to go out of my way to watch ones that are acclaimed.
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The ones I have got so far are

The Water Horse
The Dark Knight
Inception

I have yet to see them but will get round to them soon hopefully.
Just been so much other stuff on TV.
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The ones I have got so far are

The Water Horse
The Dark Knight
Inception

I have yet to see them but will get round to them soon hopefully.
Just been so much other stuff on TV.
Set aside 2 times to watch Inception in a weeks time. Try not to pause/rewind/discuss with anyone on first viewing. Just enjoy, then untwist your mind out of the pretzel it knotted up like, and enjoy again.
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:41 PM   #55
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Looper 9.5/10
ParaNorman 8/10
The Watch 7/10
The Expendables 2 9/10
Haywire 7/10
Dredd 7.5/10
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Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame - N/A
Five Element Ninjas - N/A
Ray Harryhausen Double Feature - 5/10

The N/A's are because I'm having some odd problem where I cannot play the sound on the discs even though all my other discs (either DVD/Blu-ray play perfectly).

The Double Feature is nice because it's actually 3 movies from the 30's that are watchable in either B&W or new versions that Ray has colorized. The picture could be better but it's not bad for movies almost 70 years old. Plus it's to be expected with a public domain film. Generally copies are not great but still watchable.
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Dredd - So much better than the trailer let on. I was hoping it wouldn't take itself too serious (like Punisher: Warzone) and it didn't. I really enjoyed it.



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The Double Life of Veronique - After blind buying and loving the Three Colors trilogy in December, I knew I had to check this one out. It's a bit more difficult to grasp than Blue, White or Red but that just means I'll be revisiting it before those three so as to better understand it. And yes, I've read Criterion's essays on Veronique.
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