Hot damn we're off to a good fucking start.
...this is not the image I saved.
i'll have to try this again, got halfway and stopped.
The image is actually saved as a 'Harold and Maude' poster, but anyway.
Typically whenever I'm under the influence I prefer to watch more visually stimulating films rather than 'stoner comedies', but to each his own.
this is visually stimulating
a man makes sushi, cozy as fuck.
you'll get munchies
the same director went on to make the amy winehouse doc, great film even if you dont like f1
I got this on DVD for dirt cheap, and it's been sitting there for 8 years or so. Time to give it a watch i suppose.
This one's a love story about a cerebral palsy sufferer and a socially (or maybe generally) retarded person. Really good, pirate it.
never seen any of his films, feel a little shame admitting it.
If you know yourself to have a high tolerance for slow, art house films of the past. Tarkovsky might just change your life.
I liked the movie, yet I was a little disappointed, I read so much good about it that it just couldn't meetg the expectations. I liked that yokai guy though, I'd love to see a movie about him.
stupid movie that only idiots who never watch more than one can appreciate. Kurosawa kicks 13 assassins every day and Kurosawa's movie are old af and often too slow for today standards. Nonetheless, it is a shitty movie trying to be ok
Never heard of it, and I'm the asshole who's seen everything.
>There are better movies
>Therefore, this one can't be good
You stupid fuck, that's not how it works. You can like more than just Kurosawa flicks unless you just want some kind of bullshit hipster cred.
I can't find anything you've mentioned and I'm ashamed to admit it.
Under Siege, with the folk and overall hero Steven Segal.
I've always been more partial to the Charles Laughton version myself.
Winner. I just didn't get the slapstick sequence with the cops acting like retards - is it some sort of Korean thing?
Also, they're supposedly doing an American remake written by William Monohan, the writer of The Departed.
will never not be funny
Brat 1, 2 is always in rotation in my movie queue (pic related)
Wholeheartedly agree. Here's something more depressing to balance things out.
always liked Ray since i saw Scum, gotta see that one
The film had a sense of humour because it was smart enough to realize that no film should be too serious to have some levity.
All is forgiven, your taste is still exemplary.
maybe The Quiet Earth then.
cheers, you know lots of flicks ive not seen, my list is getting longer
>Brat 1, 2 is always in rotation in my movie queue (pic related)
Fuck I love those movies. The best gangster films that people who like gangster films will refuse to watch because subs.
My nigga. Such a good film.
Maybe I gave you the wrong thing, search dead mans Bluff, brother, brother 2, bumer, bumer 2. Or maybe Boomer. Dead man's Bluff is sometimes translated to blind man's Bluff
but that sort of humor was really jarring in the way it seemed like it was from a totally different movie. Like putting in Benny Hill Yakkity Sax in Schindlers List.
Don't get me wrong, I think The Chaser was one of the best movies I saw that year, and is really accessible to Western audiences in it's original form but that scene is gif related
remake of Oldboy does not exist in the reality I choose to acknowledge, and I am by no means a movie snob.
meant this one
I didn't like it.
It looked like they didn't know how to end the movie.. the scene where the style of the drawing changes all violently is really fucking good, but besides that, the movie is kind of dull.
There's of course this kind of 'magic' concept you can expect in a Ghibli movie, but on this one it was really weak and plain.
Still, it's good enough to see it, I mean it's not completely terrible, but I don't think I'll ever watch it again.
its based on an ancient fairy tale so i guess thats how the story ended
Land of the Bears. Narrated by some hot French lady. Saw it in a movie theater. Definitely had bears. Would recommend to any bear enthusiast.
Ticket saleslady gave me a silly smile. Would recommend anyway.
someone actually managed eat that many as part of some eating competition. I mean people eat like 50 hot dogs in contests.
I know what you mean though, but realism is irrelevant. In the film Newman is likened to Jesus as the savior of the prisoners for distracting them from the hell of jail...by eating eggs among other things
his butthurt is weirdly out of proportion
well, fuck. With that prognosis, I'm gonna prescribe myself two watchings of Ravenous, the opening scenes of both 71 Into the Fire and Once Upon a Time in the West and call it a night