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by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Favorite Martin Scorsese Film
Replies: 117
Views: 7976

Favorite Martin Scorsese Film

Well I'm subjected to my humble opinion, right? You think so? Serious question, really. In fact I feel they other way about it- I quite like the film but the acclaim for it was greater than deserved. Strangely enough it doesn't feel very 'Scorseseish' to me. In any case, the man deserved the Oscar ...
by hoppity-kick
Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
Topic: TDKR Memes
Replies: 1699
Views: 393456

TDKR Memes

the_red_ninja wrote:Image
It resembles hockey pad!!!
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Favorite Martin Scorsese Film
Replies: 117
Views: 7976

Favorite Martin Scorsese Film

jibran wrote:
hoppity-kick wrote:...The Departed. The latter being underrated
Really, you think so?
Well I'm subjected to my humble opinion, right? You think so?
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Favorite Martin Scorsese Film
Replies: 117
Views: 7976

Favorite Martin Scorsese Film

Taxi Driver and The Departed. The latter being underrated
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Animes
Replies: 20
Views: 2223

Animes

Evangelion is a big therapy session.
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Oldboy (2013)
Replies: 875
Views: 44371

Oldboy (2012)

It would still take a great leap of faith for me to watch this. To me, it's like adapting A Clockwork Orange once again. Like there's something left to improve in Kubrick's work. It is pointless. Why not offer something new to cinema in par with those masterpieces they are trying to touch?
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: David Cronenberg says, The Dark Knight films are boring
Replies: 152
Views: 11484

David Cronenberg says, The Dark Knight films are boring

I do believe his comment lies on his prejudice of action, mainstream and most importantly, a superhero film. A big bad prejudice. Indie and arthouse films are very obvious to be somewhat called an "art". And I admire Nolan for not just dwelling in those kinds of films to prove that cinema is not abo...
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Christopher Nolan
Topic: How to React to a Nolan Film
Replies: 7
Views: 1912

How to React to a Nolan Film

Why the gravity only affects the 2nd level? Inertia. The 3rd level is only affected by 2nd level where there is no gravity, hence, there is no force acting on them. It's like they were sitting relaxed in a couch. Why couldn't they blame the Joker? Many have seen that the Joker is not in the scene of...
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Films With The Best Endings.
Replies: 174
Views: 9557

Films With The Best Endings.

A Clockwork Orange (very very disturbing) Oldboy (another one) City Lights (that stare...) Citizen Kane The Departed (I'm still missing something there) Inception (vastly misunderstood ending. poignant) The Dark Knight (the ending stunned me) Memento (has an ambiguous detail see the last flashback, ...
by hoppity-kick
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Discussion: Why do you love film?
Replies: 68
Views: 7065

Discussion: Why do you love film?

Simply because film is one of the most accessible forms of art.