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Tora Tora Tora doesn't have subtitles for the Japanese parts :yes:

Still watched it :bag:

From IMDB Trivia

The P-40 crashing in the flight line was an unplanned accident - it was a life-sized mockup powered by a gasoline engine turning the propeller and steered by using the wheel brakes, just like real airplanes, but was specifically designed not to fly. The aircraft shown was loaded with explosives which were to be detonated by radio control at a specific point down the runway. Stunt actors were strategically located and rehearsed in which way to run. However shortly after the plane began taxiing down the runway it did begin to lift off the ground and turn to the left. The left turn would have taken it into a group of other mockups which had also been wired with explosives, but weren't scheduled to be destroyed until later. The explosives in the first P-40 were detonated on the spot in order to keep it from destroying the other planes, so the explosion occurred in a location the stunt men weren't prepared for. When it looks like they were running for their lives, they really were. This special effect was filmed with multiple camera so that it could be reused in other shots in the film, as were all the major special effects.

:bag: Holy ####!

"Screw the stunt men! SAVE THE PLANES!!!"

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Twelve and Holding

I've been periodically checking this thread and adding titles so I'm not sure if this is how it ended up in my queue but I went back a few pages and didn't see it mentioned. At any rate, I highly recommend this movie. It's a story about three adolescents coping with the death of their friend/sibling in their own separate ways. The acting was top notch as all the children put forth great performances, and if you've become a fan of Jeremy Renner's work recently as I have, he was once again fantastic. It's a pretty dark movie with a very intense ending, but there's brief bits of comedy mixed in and it's very well paced. I will say though that one scene in particular left me more uncomfortable than I can ever remember watching a movie, and you'll know exactly what I'm talking about if you watch it.

Just watched it, good movie. (bit dark)

The dude who played Gus nailed it. Really good piece of acting.

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Just watched Cocaine Cowboys. I am convinced that Jon Roberts http://images.allmoviephoto.com/2006_Cocai...cowboys_004.jpg opened up a pawn shop in Detroit after he got out of the drug business! http://www.fancast.com/blogs/files/2010/08/pawn.jpg

Looks the same, talks identical, and went from one sleazy business to another.

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Brett Hart Wrestling with shadows in on watch instantly and is one of the best docs I have ever seen. I don't think you have to like wrestling to enjoy it. I also just hopped into this thread so no idea if it's been mentioned already

Does this go into the Wrestlemania screwjob?
Yes
This is on the menu for this evening. :headbang:
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Brett Hart Wrestling with shadows in on watch instantly and is one of the best docs I have ever seen. I don't think you have to like wrestling to enjoy it. I also just hopped into this thread so no idea if it's been mentioned already

Does this go into the Wrestlemania screwjob?
Yes
This is on the menu for this evening. :kicksrock:
:lmao:
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Brett Hart Wrestling with shadows in on watch instantly and is one of the best docs I have ever seen. I don't think you have to like wrestling to enjoy it. I also just hopped into this thread so no idea if it's been mentioned already

Does this go into the Wrestlemania screwjob?
Yes
This is on the menu for this evening. :thumbup:
:shrug:
Fantastic. It was really slow at first (I'm a rasslin fan and know this story very well), but to see it unfold before your very eyes was tremendous. The last half hour is a wrestling fan's dream take on the Montreal screw job. Loved the clips of him at home with his family and "The Dungeon".Oh, and :thumbup::excited: at Vince walking down the hall rubbery legged after Bret knocked him the #### out.Not that I didn't know this before, but Vince is a f'n ##########.Any wrestling fan would drool over this doc.
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I saw someone gave the Exam three stars. I actually liked it quite a bit. It's definitely worth watching.

I liked the premise a lot more than the execution. The ending was a big letdown for me.
Yes I would agree with that
i'm no sherlock holmes and IMO the answer was apparent 30 mins in. :popcorn: had great potentialtransylmania. yah, i knew what we were getting into...but damn its bad. 1 star. couldn't even finish Edited by 5Rings
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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies.

Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off.

Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten.

By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

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Caught the flick "Inside Deep Throat" last night. Interesting flick on the making of the movie and how it revolutionized the pron industry, and culture in general back in the 1970's. Never knew that Harry Reems was the cast as the original Coach Calhoun in Grease before the studio got cold feet and instead went with Sid Caeser instead. Actually suprised some of the scenes in the film were allowed, but it does carry an NC-17 rating...so :thumbup:

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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies. Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off. Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten. By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

Same director for both. Both were craptastic.
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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies. Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off. Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten. By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

Same director for both. Both were craptastic.
I strongly disagree here.Vahalla Rising is a cinephiles wet dream fusion of Malick's naturalism, Lynch's subversive, abstractive symbology, and Herzog's hypnotic savagery. Brilliant stuff.
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Caught the flick "Inside Deep Throat" last night. Interesting flick on the making of the movie and how it revolutionized the pron industry, and culture in general back in the 1970's. Never knew that Harry Reems was the cast as the original Coach Calhoun in Grease before the studio got cold feet and instead went with Sid Caeser instead. Actually suprised some of the scenes in the film were allowed, but it does carry an NC-17 rating...so :mellow:

Agreed - very interesting to see the evolution of the porn industry with the backdrop of everything going on politically during that time.
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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies. Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off. Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten. By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

Same director for both. Both were craptastic.
I strongly disagree here.Vahalla Rising is a cinephiles wet dream fusion of Malick's naturalism, Lynch's subversive, abstractive symbology, and Herzog's hypnotic savagery. Brilliant stuff.
Yeah, I'm going with craptastic as well.
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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies. Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off. Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten. By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

Same director for both. Both were craptastic.
I strongly disagree here.Vahalla Rising is a cinephiles wet dream fusion of Malick's naturalism, Lynch's subversive, abstractive symbology, and Herzog's hypnotic savagery. Brilliant stuff.
Is all that when the screaming florescent red guy flashes on screen "all kinda Halloweeny like" and then they cut to the one-eyed guy staring off screen?
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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies.

Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off.

Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten.

By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

This movie started out and appeared to be awesomness just waiting to happen. It never happens. Then a guy gets raped in the butt for no apparent reason. Then it ends anti-climactically.
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Struck out huge last night on 2 different movies.

Valhalla - it was like an Igmar Bergman movie if you gave a talented but depressed, jr. high film student a few million bucks. Lead man NEVER speaks. Lots of portrait-framed scenes. Lots of looking into the abyss. Non-sensical story line and David Lynch "guy in red-face" jump-cuts. This movie just pissed me off.

Bronson - yet again, back-to-back! Another weird jump-cutting to weirdo Lynch-type scenes ...making no sense, not adding to the story line. Signed up for a movie about the UK's meanest prisoner ever. Got an hour and some odd minutes of pain. Jumps between watching a psychotic dude tell an unconnected story to an imaginary audience while he is half cross-dressed and then him insisting on stripping down completely nude prior to getting the living #### kicked out of him by the prison guards after he purposely begged to be beaten.

By the end of this movie I wanted to be beaten as well.

This movie started out and appeared to be awesomness just waiting to happen. It never happens. Then a guy gets raped in the butt for no apparent reason. Then it ends anti-climactically.
Ah, the old "viking movie actually becomes about male rape" trick. You won't get me this time, director guy.
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Brett Hart Wrestling with shadows in on watch instantly and is one of the best docs I have ever seen. I don't think you have to like wrestling to enjoy it. I also just hopped into this thread so no idea if it's been mentioned alreadyDoes this go into the Wrestlemania screwjob?Yes

This is on the menu for this evening. :thumbup:
:bag:
Fantastic. It was really slow at first (I'm a rasslin fan and know this story very well), but to see it unfold before your very eyes was tremendous. The last half hour is a wrestling fan's dream take on the Montreal screw job. Loved the clips of him at home with his family and "The Dungeon".Oh, and :thumbup::excited: at Vince walking down the hall rubbery legged after Bret knocked him the #### out.Not that I didn't know this before, but Vince is a f'n ##########.Any wrestling fan would drool over this doc.
Watched this last night. I remember seeing most of the events in it as they played out on Raw, but I had no idea about the back story. I think it was equal parts of the Hart family taking wrestling a little too seriously and Vince being a huge d-nozzle.
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One of the most interesting and impactful films ever done is now available for streaming: Triumph of the Will (Triumph des Willens)

It's not an enjoyable movie, per se, but it is the film that helped the Nazis solidify power and elevate Hitler to god-like status in Germany. Definitely worth at least one watch.

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One of the most interesting and impactful films ever done is now available for streaming: Triumph of the Will (Triumph des Willens)It's not an enjoyable movie, per se, but it is the film that helped the Nazis solidify power and elevate Hitler to god-like status in Germany. Definitely worth at least one watch.

Am I going to get flagged by Homeland Security if I stream this?
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One of the most interesting and impactful films ever done is now available for streaming: Triumph of the Will (Triumph des Willens)It's not an enjoyable movie, per se, but it is the film that helped the Nazis solidify power and elevate Hitler to god-like status in Germany. Definitely worth at least one watch.

Am I going to get flagged by Homeland Security if I stream this?
As a potential recruit for the TSA? Probably.
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If looking for something a little "steamy", check out 9 songs.

I was just coming (no pun intended) in here to post this movie. It's pretty much pr0n. sort of. There are elements that ensure it goes beyond the lable of softcore, but it is nothing like hardcore.I actually prefer this type of 'steamy romance' to your average hardcore pr0n. What says they FFA? Would you support more movies like this, or would you rather stick with the standard meat tenderization.I'll tell you one thing, your wife, or girlfriend, or whatever will watch this with you and like it. That could be a win win. I am somewhat surprised this type of movie hasn't become more popular.
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