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    Lives of Others, a movie I've been meaning to see for a while.

    (During the movie, a character types up a report on two people he's been surveilling. You see what he's typing, but the movie is in German, so the words are subtitled.

    The subtitle says "and then they presumably have intercourse". That is the movie's translation for a single word - "geschlechtsverkehr". German is a hell of a language.)

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    That is one of the best films I've seen in recent years. Really powerful and well made.... But I would prefer we keep the movies in the movie thread and leave this one for soap operas and whatnot.
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    The other day at work me and my boss were talking about The Wire, and this old couple-- probably mid 60's came up and started talking to us about it. Never in a million years would I have guessed that this old couple, who come in every day and get cups of tea would be fans of The Wire.

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    /\ I watched about half of it, and then just got bored...
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    rerun of the West Wing...I forgot how good the show was.

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    "Let the Right One In"
    by Tomas Alfredson, playing at the Angelika in NY. highly, highly recommend this. Funny after the show I ran into Luigi from Atelier and his boyfriend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Who? View Post
    Damn i've got absolutely see something about Basquiat....never knew that someone made a film on him, but when i saw the casting (never seen so many big names) somehow i didn't even try to ask a copy at the blockbuster.....made a mistake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanajibu View Post
    "Let the Right One In"
    by Tomas Alfredson, playing at the Angelika in NY. highly, highly recommend this. Funny after the show I ran into Luigi from Atelier and his boyfriend.
    strangely enough, I stopped by atelier with my girlfriend last friday before seeing this, and was hyping it up to james. really fantastic movie. when I was leaving the theater a guy behind me asked his wife(?) what she thought of it and the response was: instant classic. couldn't agree more.

    edit: this deserves to be in the movie thread though...

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    Been watching all the episodes of Band of Brothers

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    Watching this now, classic material. I don't know how many times I've watched this and it's just as great every time!

    I also saw Burn after reading the other day and liked it a lot. I can see why people are hating on it as it might be too strange and unfocused for some. I also believe that beforehand people thought that this movie was going to be "haha" funny when it's actually more like for example O brother where art thou. In other words, the fun is in the absurdity of it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane View Post
    I also saw Burn after reading the other day and liked it a lot. I can see why people are hating on it as it might be too strange and unfocused for some. I also believe that beforehand people thought that this movie was going to be "haha" funny when it's actually more like for example O brother where art thou. In other words, the fun is in the absurdity of it all.
    I really enjoyed this one in terms of humour, but I didn't find the plot nearly as compelling as some of the other Coen bros movies I've seen.

    is there anything good playing in theaters at the moment?

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    Default Oprah's sex show

    i normally dont watch the Oprah show, but I taped her show today.
    the candid discussion about sex

    It was really good and done in a humorous way to lighten the mood.

    The statistics are quite amazing about how many women and men really do not know anything about anatomy and how to pleasure one another. People did not know how many different kinds of orgasms a woman can have. Do you know?
    Last edited by kira; 11-03-2008 at 08:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kira View Post
    People did not know how many different kinds of orgasms a woman can have. Do you know?
    I'd say 5 :=)

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    Erin Brockovich...totally didn't recall Aaron Eckhadt was the leather biker guy.

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    nevermind. too much information...

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