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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:46 am

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"Hollywoodland" (2006)



Engrossing based-on-a-true-story mystery set in late '50s Hollywood stars Adrien Brody as a down-on-his-luck private eye investigating the death of actor George Reeves, who was best known for playing "Superman" on TV. Reeves' death was officially declared a suicide but as Brody digs deeper into the mystery (and Reeves' career is played out for the audience in an effective series of increasingly-tragic flashbacks) he learns that there may have been much more going on behind the scenes.

Great performances all around, especially by Brody, Diane Lane (hot!) as Reeves' cougar-iffic girlfriend, Bob Hoskins as a scuzzy movie-studio head, and by Ben Affleck (yes, really) as the troubled George Reeves.


Excellent film, I have owned for over a year and finally watched it over the weekend, inspired to watch it after reading Superman Vs Hollywood book.
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:49 am




"Josh cut off his penis because something came out of my vagina."




'Nuff said........
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:43 am

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"Josh cut off his penis because something came out of my vagina."




'Nuff said........

That actress is NOT a Double D. She's a B, maybe a C at best. I call shenanigans on that film title.

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:47 am

manny wrote:
Fat Freddy wrote:
"Hollywoodland" (2006)



Engrossing based-on-a-true-story mystery set in late '50s Hollywood stars Adrien Brody as a down-on-his-luck private eye investigating the death of actor George Reeves, who was best known for playing "Superman" on TV. Reeves' death was officially declared a suicide but as Brody digs deeper into the mystery (and Reeves' career is played out for the audience in an effective series of increasingly-tragic flashbacks) he learns that there may have been much more going on behind the scenes.

Great performances all around, especially by Brody, Diane Lane (hot!) as Reeves' cougar-iffic girlfriend, Bob Hoskins as a scuzzy movie-studio head, and by Ben Affleck (yes, really) as the troubled George Reeves.


Excellent film, I have owned for over a year and finally watched it over the weekend, inspired to watch it after reading Superman Vs Hollywood book.

I remember that being very good, but a little frustrating. If I remember correctly, they go down 3 different paths that try to explain what happened to George Reeves, but give no clear indication of what really did happen. By the end of the film, you're still scratching your head saying "Well, which was it, this, this or this?"

Still worth watching though.

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:32 am

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manny wrote:
Fat Freddy wrote:
"Hollywoodland" (2006)



Engrossing based-on-a-true-story mystery set in late '50s Hollywood stars Adrien Brody as a down-on-his-luck private eye investigating the death of actor George Reeves, who was best known for playing "Superman" on TV. Reeves' death was officially declared a suicide but as Brody digs deeper into the mystery (and Reeves' career is played out for the audience in an effective series of increasingly-tragic flashbacks) he learns that there may have been much more going on behind the scenes.

Great performances all around, especially by Brody, Diane Lane (hot!) as Reeves' cougar-iffic girlfriend, Bob Hoskins as a scuzzy movie-studio head, and by Ben Affleck (yes, really) as the troubled George Reeves.


Excellent film, I have owned for over a year and finally watched it over the weekend, inspired to watch it after reading Superman Vs Hollywood book.

I remember that being very good, but a little frustrating. If I remember correctly, they go down 3 different paths that try to explain what happened to George Reeves, but give no clear indication of what really did happen. By the end of the film, you're still scratching your head saying "Well, which was it, this, this or this?"

Still worth watching though.


Yea they left it totally open ended, I personally believe he killed himself, but watching the movie and reading about the case, the detectives did not do a great investigation
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:49 am

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Excellent film, I have owned for over a year and finally watched it over the weekend, inspired to watch it after reading Superman Vs Hollywood book.

Yep, and I was inspired to watch it after reading the same Superman Vs Hollywood book that you recommended to me. I believe that's known as the "Circle of Life." Haha.


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I remember that being very good, but a little frustrating. If I remember correctly, they go down 3 different paths that try to explain what happened to George Reeves, but give no clear indication of what really did happen. By the end of the film, you're still scratching your head saying "Well, which was it, this, this or this?"

Yeah, that was a little odd, but I guess maybe some of the parties portrayed in the movie might still be alive all these years later so coming right out and saying "so-and-so did it!" might have opened them up to a law suit. As it is, they can say "Here's how it may have gone down from three different angles, you decide."

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:44 pm

Red Dwarf - X

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:28 pm

Watching March Madness across various networks. As usual I took today and tomorrow off to watch. Meeting some friends at iTap tomorrow where each team still in the tourney is assigned a beer and that beer is $2 off as long as the team is still in the tournament. My guess is the really good beers will be assigned to the 16 seeds and the crappy ones will be assigned to the good teams but we'll see.

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:59 pm




Abysmal.
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:00 am

"Superman III" (1983)


The third Superman flick is an odd mix of flashy superheroics and misplaced slapstick comedy. A computer genius (played by an utterly miscast Richard Pryor) and a crazed multi-millionaire (Robert Vaughn) team up to build a super computer that can control the weather, take over the world's oil supply, and oh yeah - figure out a way to kill Superman. Their synthetic Kryptonite doesn't quite do the job (but it does bring out Superman's evil side, transforming him into Super-Dick for a while) and eventually sets up a final show down in the Grand Canyon between Superman and Super-Machine.

Overly busy and stuffed with out-of-place comedic bits, "Superman III" still manages to be entertaining in spite of its flaws, but it obviously pales in comparison to the first two films in this series. However, it's still not the worst Superman flick, because "Superman IV: The Quest For Peace" exists.

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:27 am

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:38 am

Cemetery Junction (2010)


Very funny and charming British comedy about a bunch of working class friends circa 1973 trying to decide whether to stay in the small town they grew up in or get out and explore the world. Co-directed by Ricky Gervais who gets the tone just right throughout. Excellent early 70s soundtrack including Slade, Mott The Hoople, Zeppelin and others.
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:51 am

"Enemy Gold" (1993)



This is the second film from my "Girls, Guns & G-Strings: The Andy Sidaris Collection" box set and I wasn't disappointed. Once again we have a paper-thin plot - three federal agents (two dudes and a hot girl) go hunting for some buried treasure from the Civil War and end up battling with a drug lord and his goons. As usual, the lame plot is propped up by some gorgeous gals, plenty of gratuitous hootage, and the occasional running gun battle and/or explosion. Turn your brain off for 90 minutes and enjoy some mindless fun.

Best line:
Male agent (describing a crossbow) "This arrow detonates three seconds after penetration."

Female agent: "Reminds me of an old boyfriend." Laughing very hard

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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:50 am

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Red Dwarf - X

Let me know what you think. I personally loved it, especially the Jesus episode. Once you get over the age of the actors it's a nice return to form after the later seasons.
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:11 pm

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"Superman III" (1983)
Their synthetic Kryptonite doesn't quite do the job (but it does bring out Superman's evil side, transforming him into Super-Dick for a while).


Perhaps this website got their inspiration from this film :


http://www.superdickery.com




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However, it's still not the worst Superman flick, because "Superman IV: The Quest For Peace" exists.



Sadly, I paid to see this on the theater. Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: TODAY I WATCHED (TV-series, Movies, Cinema Playlists) 2013   Fri Mar 22, 2013 6:32 pm

Last night some episodes of Barney Miller. Today some of the NCAA basketball tourney.

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