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What's The Last Movie You Saw: The Sequel

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by shaolinmasta, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. One Man Banned

    One Man Banned Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Full disclosure I've enjoyed Banksy for quite some time before the whole world discovered him. It's short, and I found it interesting. True to his style of humor this is an entire documentary featuring his work, but it's not really about him. He's not in the movie, you see some of his work, hear a little about how he got some of it up without being noticed, but the underlying theme of the movie really isn't about him. It's about all these people trying to preserve his work for museums and shit, and the question of whether you should try to preserve something not really meant to be permanent, and should you try to take something of and by the streets and place that in a gallery. Lastly, they follow one guy with his preserved Banksy trying to put it into a museum for all to see. But- despite the piece being worth some coin, museums don't want a piece that's not authenticated, and Banksy doesn't sign his work= dilemma. I didn't feel like it wasted my time to watch it. Risk and Revok make appearances to express opinions, as do Doze and Glen Friedman, among others.
     
  2. theprotester

    theprotester Moderator Crew

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    Disaster artist is hysterical
     
  3. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    saw east side sushi a few nights ago...

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    terrible acting
    predictable plot
    horrible ethnic jokes

    but the sushi looked good!
     
  4. jerry01

    jerry01 New Jack

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    I saw the movie Get Out for the first time the other day. Wasn't impressed at all.
     
  5. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    Get out is recorded on my dvr...i still have to watch it
     
  6. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    Girflriend took me to see Coco last night:

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    im not really into disney movies (or animated movies) but this one was pretty good...im glad she forced me to go.
     
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  7. One Man Banned

    One Man Banned Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Meh. Great movie to take your daughter to, or maybe your date. Gal Gadot is easy on the eyes. But... watched this in the past week and is overall quite forgettable, no match at all for a Dark Knight, Wolverine, Capt America, etc.
     
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  8. Ko SprueOne

    Ko SprueOne Senior Member

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    I saw this on a date with Mrs. KoSprue. Did you notice the Joan of Arc story parallels?
     
  9. Ko SprueOne

    Ko SprueOne Senior Member

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    We still haven't seen this yet. Heard good reviews including yours.
     
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  10. CALIgula

    CALIgula Moderator Crew

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    i watched A dog day afternoon with Al Pacino a few nights ago

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    the acting was good but the movie was just okay
     
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  11. theprotester

    theprotester Moderator Crew

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    Just watched Trumping Democracy.

    What an embarrassment of a film. Good for a full belly laugh in spots.
     
  12. Fist 666

    Fist 666 Moderator Crew

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