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Forum: Film Reviews 23rd May 2006, 8:55
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M, I'm so glad you liked The Children of Heaven! It is one of my favorites. You're right--it's so moving. I've seen two other films by the same director and was not disappointed: Baran and The...
Forum: Film Reviews 17th Feb 2006, 4:56
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Posted By rick green
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Yeah, I agree... my impression was that it dragged on for little reason. I wish I could remember more now--I haven't the foggiest who Steiner is, but I do recall the father now that you mention him....
Forum: Film Reviews 14th Feb 2006, 18:39
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Posted By rick green
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Haha, I forgot the sex scene--I was totally embarrassed watching that with my parents. I saw the movie in high school I guess--still rather impressionable. I can imagine how it might be more...
Forum: Film Reviews 14th Feb 2006, 8:04
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Posted By rick green
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Oooh, Don't Look Now: that's a creepy one, isn't it Col?
Forum: Film Reviews 16th Jan 2006, 21:53
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Posted By rick green
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On a Wenders bender Bricklane? cool. I guess I'm due to revisit the films you have listed. I'd certainly get more out of them now than I did ten years ago. And Peter Falk is always a treat,...
Forum: Film Reviews 20th Oct 2005, 23:17
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Posted By rick green
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Perhaps, but wouldn't there be something inherently funny about the least funny man in the universe? In certain circles, I believe it's known as Hsin-Ju's paradox of the unfunny man.
Forum: Film Reviews 20th Oct 2005, 19:46
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Posted By rick green
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I'll save my defence of Deuce Bigalow for another occasion. Whimsical excess is fine with me any day. The Big Lebowski may not be as tight as Miller's Crossing or Fargo, but it is far wider in...
Forum: Film Reviews 19th Oct 2005, 19:31
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Posted By rick green
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Wavid, I agree re. The Big Lebowski: it friggin' rocks. The Dude has got to be one of the classic characters. People are holding conventions for this movie.
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Forum: Film Reviews 5th Sep 2005, 20:15
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Posted By rick green
Yeah, I agree. Sequels usually suck, and...

Yeah, I agree. Sequels usually suck, and European Gigolo was one of the worst. Mind, I've got something of a penchant for toilet humor, if done well. I rather liked the first Duece Bigalow as a...
Forum: Film Reviews 30th Jul 2005, 22:28
Replies: 405
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Posted By rick green
Thanks for the tip, m. It does sound like...

Thanks for the tip, m. It does sound like something I'd watch with interest, but I don't know where I'd find it. My library just happens to have the three Polanski films I watched recently. In...
Forum: Film Reviews 19th Feb 2005, 5:56
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Posted By rick green
Yes HoneyP, it's a mouthful. I'm happy to call...

Yes HoneyP, it's a mouthful. I'm happy to call this thread anything you like. No worries.

I have to agree with gil that The Third Man is excellent. One of my very favorite films--I like the...
Forum: Film Reviews 18th Feb 2005, 17:01
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Posted By rick green
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Naturally, we'll need a place for question & commentary aimed at each other's movie lists. So here it goes...
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