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    It's getting rave reviews and is considered one of the best of the year by many critics.

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    I'm very curious to check out Little Women, but it's highly unlikely I'll seek it out in theaters. As soon as that shit is out on streaming though I'm all over it.
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    I haven't read the book or seen any of the Little Women films. Despite the great cast and Gerwig directing, I don't have a lot of interest in it.
    What....?

    I haven't seen this one yet, but I'm dying to. It's such a great story. The one with Winona Ryder and Christian Bale is so good. But it is a little odd to me that they're remaking it yet again especially considering that PBS Masterpiece released a good version last year.
    Yeah, it's true. It just never seemed to get on my radar. I'm interested in seeing the Bale one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
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    I haven't read the book or seen any of the Little Women films. Despite the great cast and Gerwig directing, I don't have a lot of interest in it.
    What....?

    I haven't seen this one yet, but I'm dying to. It's such a great story. The one with Winona Ryder and Christian Bale is so good. But it is a little odd to me that they're remaking it yet again especially considering that PBS Masterpiece released a good version last year.
    Yeah, it's true. It just never seemed to get on my radar. I'm interested in seeing the Bale one though.
    You should! It's good and I think you would like it. I was just so surprised when you said you hadn't seen any, because you're such a movie lover.
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    I haven't read the book or seen any of the Little Women films. Despite the great cast and Gerwig directing, I don't have a lot of interest in it.
    What....?

    I haven't seen this one yet, but I'm dying to. It's such a great story. The one with Winona Ryder and Christian Bale is so good. But it is a little odd to me that they're remaking it yet again especially considering that PBS Masterpiece released a good version last year.
    Yeah, it's true. It just never seemed to get on my radar. I'm interested in seeing the Bale one though.
    You should! It's good and I think you would like it. I was just so surprised when you said you hadn't seen any, because you're such a movie lover.
    The only one I've seen is the one from 1933 with Katharine Hepburn because she is my favorite actress. I've never read the book but always wanted to. I may have to go see this one, it looks pretty good.

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    There is something about early January that lends to the release of terrible movies.



    If you were to take a Picasso and photocopy it a couple of times, you end up with a poor, grainy image of a masterpiece. The point is some things shouldn't be copied (remade). Which brings me to my most recent viewing.


    The Grudge:
    A remake of a remake of a Japanese original that was pretty good. The movie makers took a good recipe and ruined it. They turned a gourmet meal into menudo ice cream, and tripe pop-sickles. A few jump-starts, and several very graphic images don't make a cohesive movie. Avoid at all costs!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    There is something about early January that lends to the release of terrible movies.



    If you were to take a Picasso and photocopy it a couple of times, you end up with a poor, grainy image of a masterpiece. The point is some things shouldn't be copied (remade). Which brings me to my most recent viewing.


    The Grudge:
    A remake of a remake of a Japanese original that was pretty good. The movie makers took a good recipe and ruined it. They turned a gourmet meal into menudo ice cream, and tripe pop-sickles. A few jump-starts, and several very graphic images don't make a cohesive movie. Avoid at all costs!


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    In 1979 Cinamascore started doing the scores on Movies... IN ALL THAT TIME... on 19 movies were given an 'F' from movie goers leaving the cinemas... UNTIL this past weekend when this movie became the 20th to get it!!! Not surprised at your score for it. lol
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    lol @ "menudo ice cream"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    There is something about early January that lends to the release of terrible movies.



    If you were to take a Picasso and photocopy it a couple of times, you end up with a poor, grainy image of a masterpiece. The point is some things shouldn't be copied (remade). Which brings me to my most recent viewing.
    True to a certain extent. What if the original wasn't a Picasso? The Ocean's 11 remake is so much better than the original.

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    1917

    A staggering technical triumph. Mendes has taken the simplest of war narratives and turned it into an uncompromising work of art that simultaneously delivers both the intimate moments and large scale horrors of war. The 'single take' technique allows us to live side by side with our dual leads as they traverse a Tartarus like hellscape in pursuit of their mission, while also allowing us to drink in the gorgeous landscapes of a countryside ravaged by engines of destruction. An instant classic and a cornerstone in Mendes' already impressive filmography.

    4.5/5
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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandito View Post
    1917

    A staggering technical triumph. Mendes has taken the simplest of war narratives and turned it into an uncompromising work of art that simultaneously delivers both the intimate moments and large scale horrors of war. The 'single take' technique allows us to live side by side with our dual leads as they traverse a Tartarus like hellscape in pursuit of their mission, while also allowing us to drink in the gorgeous landscapes of a countryside ravaged by engines of destruction. An instant classic and a cornerstone in Mendes' already impressive filmography.

    4.5/5
    OMG.. dammmmm. I am going in about 7 hours and NOW I AM REALLY PUMPED.

    Question: Where do you place this in the line up of the great war movies of our time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
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    1917

    A staggering technical triumph. Mendes has taken the simplest of war narratives and turned it into an uncompromising work of art that simultaneously delivers both the intimate moments and large scale horrors of war. The 'single take' technique allows us to live side by side with our dual leads as they traverse a Tartarus like hellscape in pursuit of their mission, while also allowing us to drink in the gorgeous landscapes of a countryside ravaged by engines of destruction. An instant classic and a cornerstone in Mendes' already impressive filmography.

    4.5/5
    OMG.. dammmmm. I am going in about 7 hours and NOW I AM REALLY PUMPED.

    Question: Where do you place this in the line up of the great war movies of our time?
    Hmmm... a little hard to say right now. It's not a war film in the most traditional sense, it's a more intimate film as we follow the leads throughout most of the movie. The focus isn't so much on the battles as they are on these guys weaving their way in and out of danger.

    Knee jerk reaction? It'll land in my personal top 5 war films. Need to digest everything a bit more.


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    I am seeing 1917 tonight. I just wonder how it compares with Dunkirk. Which is one of my favorite recent war films.
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    I thought Dunkirk was an incredible letdown. From my favorite director, no less. 1917 looks to be amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    I thought Dunkirk was an incredible letdown. From my favorite director, no less. 1917 looks to be amazing.
    That movie in theatre (IMAX) was so intense.. the score was so well done. If 1917 is anything like it... Iím super excited. You didnít like it eh?


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    Speaking of IMAX, I really want to see 1917, but I want to wait until it's in IMAX theaters. At the moment near me, Star Wars is still dominating theaters. Due to contract obligations, theaters won't be able to free up an IMAX theater for another week at least.

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    1917:
    Cinematic, and technically, the film is a marvel. Shot as if in one single take it astonishes, yet occasionally is distracting. Still, it keeps the viewer on the edge of their seat. Not in my top 10 of greatest war movies of all time, but a very good movie nonetheless. Although based on a true story, a couple of things bothered me
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    During his journey, one of the soldiers is picked up and transported towards his destination. When the bridge the convoy wanted to cross is discovered to have been destroyed, they leave the soldier to transit the river on his own. They don't even wait to ensure he safely crosses. Thus he ends up facing a sniper. After killing the sniper he is in the ruins of a town/large church and while trying to escape enemy soldiers, he stumbles across a woman hiding (with a large fire going?) who has an orphan infant girl she is trying to safeguard. Of course he has a canteen of milk to give the woman for the baby. Said canteen having been filled at a farm where all but one of the cows had been shot by retreating Germans. Awfully convenient.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    I thought Dunkirk was an incredible letdown. From my favorite director, no less. 1917 looks to be amazing.

    Dunkirk is my favourite Nolan film.

    There's nothing I'd have love to do more on my birthday than go see 1917, but I promised my friend I'd see it with him.

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    1917 was so VISCERAL....real, in the moment. Not my fav war movie of all time (I preferred Dunkirk more than this) BUT damm what a ride. 9/10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    I thought Dunkirk was an incredible letdown. From my favorite director, no less. 1917 looks to be amazing.

    Dunkirk is my favourite Nolan film.

    There's nothing I'd have love to do more on my birthday than go see 1917, but I promised my friend I'd see it with him.

    And of course my theatre IS STILL SHOWING BLACK FUCKING CHRISTMAS BUT CAN'T SCREEN UNCUT GEMS FUCK
    Itís a brilliant film. Itís my second fav to Dark Knight. You didnít like that one well if memory serves me?

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    Did not get a chance last night to see 1917, but I am seeing it today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
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    I thought Dunkirk was an incredible letdown. From my favorite director, no less. 1917 looks to be amazing.

    Dunkirk is my favourite Nolan film.

    There's nothing I'd have love to do more on my birthday than go see 1917, but I promised my friend I'd see it with him.

    And of course my theatre IS STILL SHOWING BLACK FUCKING CHRISTMAS BUT CAN'T SCREEN UNCUT GEMS FUCK
    Itís a brilliant film. Itís my second fav to Dark Knight. You didnít like that one well if memory serves me?

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