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Posted: Jan 15, 2017 - 4:21pm

Two words: awe some.


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Posted: Dec 27, 2016 - 2:33pm

 Red_Dragon wrote:
Rogue One

 
Fun except for the glaring nonsense in the plot line
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Posted: Dec 27, 2016 - 9:06am

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Rogue One

 
Going to try and see it this afternoon if I can get to the theater in this ground blizzard.  {#Confused}
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Posted: Dec 27, 2016 - 6:20am

Rogue One
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Posted: Dec 27, 2016 - 5:16am

Lion.

After Slumdog Millionaire and Lion you wonder why the country of India can't do better for it's lower caste / homeless children but that is an issue for better minds than mine.
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Posted: Dec 26, 2016 - 11:47am

Sully
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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 11:22pm

If anyone hasn't seen Arrival, you should. It's a fake out, since it looks like nerd stuff (which it is) but that's the outer layer of a remarkable meditation on the meaning of our life, in the really really big picture.

And, in the book, her counterpart is more integral to the tale since the aliens show little interest when he tries to engage them via one version of physics but are more interested when he can explain another. What? A different type of physics???? 

This article does a nice job with an introduction to Lagrangian physics. And why would that have something to do with this movie? Actually, it ties it all together.


http://www.forbes.com/.../the-physics-that-got-left.../...
 


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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 12:14pm

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I hated the prequels for many reasons. Rogue 1 was pretty good and a nice tie in. There are some components that just didn't work for me (cgi characters were really distracting), but it walked the line between good story and nostalgia easter eggs pretty well. I'm nervous about episode 8. JJ Abrams has a bad record for good reboot with bad follow up. Hopefully some one will keep him in line.

 
Cool, I'm not expecting Rogue 1 to be great - but it sounds like it kept you entertained. I heard it's the darkest of the Star Wars movies. Speaking of walking the line between nostalgia and a good story, The Force Awakens probably overdid the nostalgia; in some ways it seemed a bit like a "greatest hits" compilation of the best elements of Star Wars & The Empire Strikes Back. Still enjoyable for me though.

BTW, JJ Abrams isn't directing the next Star Wars movie, which is probably good. I agree that his Star Trek followup was lackluster.
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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 10:13am

 islander wrote:

I hated the prequels for many reasons. Rogue 1 was pretty good and a nice tie in. There are some components that just didn't work for me (cgi characters were really distracting), but it walked the line between good story and nostalgia easter eggs pretty well. I'm nervous about episode 8. JJ Abrams has a bad record for good reboot with bad follow up. Hopefully some one will keep him in line.

 
 
I wanted to punch Jar Jar in the throat. What the HELL were they thinking with him??
 
I loved the scenes in Italy in the second one (anakin & padme's love nest). I think it was Lake Como.
 

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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 9:54am

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I'm looking forward to seeing Rogue 1. I'm thinking you liked it, given that it inspired your Star Wars binge watching. The Force Awakens is a fun & entertaining re-launch of the franchise. I think you'll enjoy it{#Cheers} I'm not a big fan of the prequels... Seems like the franchise is back on track with the last two.

 
I hated the prequels for many reasons. Rogue 1 was pretty good and a nice tie in. There are some components that just didn't work for me (cgi characters were really distracting), but it walked the line between good story and nostalgia easter eggs pretty well. I'm nervous about episode 8. JJ Abrams has a bad record for good reboot with bad follow up. Hopefully some one will keep him in line.
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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 9:40am

Speaking of Star Wars, I wasn't aware until I saw this video clip in my Twitter feed this morning that the Bad Lip Readers crew has a series of Star Wars parodies


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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 9:34am

 Alexandra wrote:
Rogue 1 inspired me to do something I've always wanted to do—watch all the Star Wars episodes in order (not in order of release, but in "order"). So in the spirit of holiday binge-watching, I did the 3 prequels, then went to see Rogue 1, and now I'm doing the New Hope/Empire Strikes/Return of the Jedi and never did see the new one last year, so I'll end with that and be all caught up.
 
I have to say...the transition from all of today's stunning CGI back to the primitiveness of 1977 technology, cheesy constant background music and dialogue was a little jarring, but hilariously so.
 
 
I can't believe I was eleven when it all started.
 
 
 
 
Critics warn people not to introduce their kids with this chronological order, or it'll spoil the "I am your father" secret.

 
I'm looking forward to seeing Rogue 1. I'm thinking you liked it, given that it inspired your Star Wars binge watching. The Force Awakens is a fun & entertaining re-launch of the franchise. I think you'll enjoy it{#Cheers} I'm not a big fan of the prequels... Seems like the franchise is back on track with the last two.
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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 9:28am

 Alexandra wrote:
Rogue 1 inspired me to do something I've always wanted to do—watch all the Star Wars episodes in order (not in order of release, but in "order"). So in the spirit of holiday binge-watching, I did the 3 prequels, then went to see Rogue 1, and now I'm doing the New Hope/Empire Strikes/Return of the Jedi and never did see the new one last year, so I'll end with that and be all caught up.
 
I have to say...the transition from all of today's stunning CGI back to the primitiveness of 1977 technology, cheesy constant background music and dialogue was a little jarring, but hilariously so.
 
 
I can't believe I was eleven when it all started.
 
 
 
 
Critics warn people not to introduce their kids with this chronological order, or it'll spoil the "I am your father" secret.

 





I actually prefer the older ones, but again I rebel against all modern technology. lol For example I think the original Star Trek is far superior than any of the following incarnations, CGI be damned! lol
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Posted: Dec 24, 2016 - 9:13am

Rogue 1 inspired me to do something I've always wanted to do—watch all the Star Wars episodes in order (not in order of release, but in "order"). So in the spirit of holiday binge-watching, I did the 3 prequels, then went to see Rogue 1, and now I'm doing the New Hope/Empire Strikes/Return of the Jedi and never did see the new one last year, so I'll end with that and be all caught up.
 
I have to say...the transition from all of today's stunning CGI back to the primitiveness of 1977 technology, cheesy constant background music and dialogue was a little jarring, but hilariously so.
 
 
I can't believe I was eleven when it all started.
 
 
 
 
Critics warn people not to introduce their kids with this chronological order, or it'll spoil the "I am your father" secret.
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Posted: Jul 6, 2016 - 7:38pm

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There is a new Netflix exclusive called "The Fundamentals of Caring" starring Paul Rudd.
 
Great script, great chemistry among actors...and a chance for Paul to shine (meaty and serious as opposed to "I Love You Man" type stuff)
 

 
I watched this and really liked it. Two thumbs up
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Posted: Jul 5, 2016 - 10:33am

this is supposed to be about free movies/videos and stuff

Top 10 Places to Download or Stream Movies For Free, Legally

It’s easy to find movies to download or stream, but if you’re flying straight and narrow or want to support and watch films that are free, public domain, or whose creators want them free and openly shared, here are some great sites to bookmark—and visit when you want something new to watch.


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Posted: Jun 26, 2016 - 9:07pm

There is a new Netflix exclusive called "The Fundamentals of Caring" starring Paul Rudd.
 
Great script, great chemistry among actors...and a chance for Paul to shine (meaty and serious as opposed to "I Love You Man" type stuff)
 
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Posted: May 18, 2016 - 7:02pm

The Corn Is Green

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Posted: Mar 27, 2016 - 7:36pm

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Saint Vincent See this. Brilliant human story, brilliantly acted. Beautiful.

 
Saw it, loved it.
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Posted: Mar 27, 2016 - 7:35pm

Saint Vincent See this. Brilliant human story, brilliantly acted. Beautiful.
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