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by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: RIP Ennio Morricone 1928-2020
Replies: 7
Views: 386

Re: RIP Ennio Morricone 1928-2020



the moment I knew this movie was going to be my jam
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Last Film You Watched? VI
Replies: 4027
Views: 427960

Re: Last Film You Watched? VI

Havoc1st wrote:
July 1st, 2020, 1:44 am
The Godfather: Part II

So yeah, not as good as the first one.
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by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Killers of the Flower Moon (2021)
Replies: 109
Views: 16752

Re: Killers of the Flower Moon (2021)

I think Marty did The Color of Money to prove he could deliver on budget on time and it's the only time he actually did it. At the end of the day, it's not my money, but if I had it there would be far worse things to "throw it away on" than uncompromised Scorsese pictures, of which there are inevita...
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Last Film You Watched? VI
Replies: 4027
Views: 427960

Re: Last Film You Watched? VI

Peggy Sue Got Married... Loved it so much. It's like BTTF sans the immediate SF and with more character depth. Kathleen Turner deserved an Oscar for this one damn it. Melancholy late-80s Coppola is endlessly fascinating. Should I watch Tucker? Just finished Part III and I thought it was actually pr...
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Last Film You Watched? VI
Replies: 4027
Views: 427960

Re: Last Film You Watched? VI

m4st4 wrote:
May 28th, 2020, 11:26 am
Peggy Sue Got Married... Loved it so much. It's like BTTF sans the immediate SF and with more character depth. Kathleen Turner deserved an Oscar for this one damn it.
Melancholy late-80s Coppola is endlessly fascinating.
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: BFI's Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time
Replies: 55
Views: 4809

Re: BFI's Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time

we are not graced by your mighty criterion channel in the uk and must satisfy ourself with the modest repaste offered by the honourable bfi channel Criterion Channel has some kind of weird bug. So you just need to log in while you are on a US VPN. Once you have logged in, you don't even need a VPN ...
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Last Film You Watched? VI
Replies: 4027
Views: 427960

Re: Last Film You Watched? VI

m4st4 wrote:
May 26th, 2020, 1:52 pm
Alright guys, you convinced me. Re-watching tomorrow.

Armand man, I missed your posts. Welcome back.
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: BFI's Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time
Replies: 55
Views: 4809

Re: BFI's Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time

Missing Jeanne Dielman, Histoires du Cinema, and La Jetee from the 50. Although Histoires du Cinema is a TV series, yeesh. i mean this as a compliment, but i’m actually very surprised you’ve never seen Jeanne Dielman. also, heads up la jetee is like 30 minutes and on criterion channel i’m at 38 of ...
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Last Film You Watched? VI
Replies: 4027
Views: 427960

Re: Last Film You Watched? VI

Part 3 is weaker, obviously, but it still has some moments of grace. I think Pacino showing Keaton Sicily is one of the greatest scene I've seen. Suddenly, from all sides of the frame elements from each movies enter the shot, and it feels like seventy years slowly condensed in one shot. The last tw...
by ArmandFancypants
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: BFI's Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time
Replies: 55
Views: 4809

Re: BFI's Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time

Missing Jeanne Dielman, Histoires du Cinema, and La Jetee from the 50. Although Histoires du Cinema is a TV series, yeesh.