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  Cave of forgotten dreams
Posted by: Faxis - 08-12-2017, 04:50 AM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (4)

Documentary by Werner Herzog about Chauvet Cave.

These are the oldest paintings ever found and they're gorgeous.

37,000 to 28,000 years old. Yes they were doing it for 10,000 years in this cave. The cave was sealed by a rock slide 20,000 years ago so the paintings are pristine. And these aren't stick figures. Herzog does a great job of showing them in the context of how they were painted. The horses are especially beautiful with all the shading and detail but for me there's two cave lions that are looking across a gap at a wooly rhino off in the distance on another wall that really brings home just how sophisticated these people were in their understanding of perspective and motion and art. Really jaw dropping stuff because you just don't expect this kind of sophistication from freaking cave men. They were doing shit like adding legs to indicate running motion and there's also a venus/minotaur in there that's amazing.

Kyle I think you'd appreciate it especially.

It's on Netflix.

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  Top 10 Jake Gyllenhaal Movies
Posted by: Kylex - 08-10-2017, 04:32 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (5)

1.) Enemy

2.) Nightcrawler

3.) Prisoners

4.) End of Watch

5.) Source Code

6.) October Sky

7.) Zodiac

8.) Nocturnal Animals

9.) Donnie Darko

10.) Life

HM: Bubble Boy

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  Unabomber Mini-Series
Posted by: lola - 08-09-2017, 07:22 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (3)

I think on ID channel. Anyone else watching? His bombings started before I was born, and I was about 12 when he was arrested, so much of his story is pretty foreign to me. It's been interesting, and surprising focuses heavily on the main profiler who helped track this guy down and his own campaign to find Kaczynski.

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  Fantasy Movie League
Posted by: Kylex - 08-08-2017, 04:15 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - No Replies

Sort of like fantasy football only you pick which movies you want to pay in your theater each week and you score based on how well they do at the box office


lair league ID: 9673

Password: trumpcuck

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  House of Cards
Posted by: guilty - 08-08-2017, 01:52 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (7)

Just finished the recent season of this. Wasn't too interesting of a season. Hoping for better next season.

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  Fantastic Mr Fox
Posted by: miek - 08-05-2017, 02:46 AM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (4)

might just be one of my favourite movies

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  Screening passes for ANNABELLE: CREATION!
Posted by: Kylex - 08-04-2017, 06:48 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (3)

Just got these for Monday.

I heard the first one sucked, i'll watch it this weekend for shits only becuase I've heard this new one is actually pretty awesome, james wan is good at this shit, the conjuring 2 is one of the best movies ive seen recently so i will give it a chance.

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  The Conjuring / The Conjuring 2
Posted by: Kylex - 08-01-2017, 07:39 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - No Replies

I had skipped on the conjuring and conjuring 2 because I'd gotten so burned out on that kind of haunted house horror movie with the paranormal blah blah.

I heard they were good and always intended to watch them though.

The Conjuring was a solid horror movie. I enjoyed it and while it didn't do anything new it was a solid movie. Definitely one of the better in the genre lately.

The Conjuring 2 however really surprised me; it wasn't just a good horror movie, it was a great film in general. The pacing I felt was excellent for a movie clocking in at 2 hours and 15 minutes; that could easily be too much. The way they tied in the Warren's story along with the main plot happening in the first movie was good, but was handled even better in this one. The visuals in some instances could have been VERY cheeseball in concept but were excecuted in a way that made sense as much as they could. Child actors usually piss me off but these ones were really good for the most part.

The Conjuring:

78% Snowflake Meter

The Conjuring 2:

91% Snowflake Meter

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  House of Cards (British version from the 90's)
Posted by: Banshee - 08-01-2017, 03:29 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (1)

Very dated and very British. Not as sexy at the US version. Still, interesting to watch.

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  Just got dark tower tickets for thursday
Posted by: Kylex - 07-31-2017, 09:17 PM - Forum: Movies and TV - Replies (6)

have a feeling it's not gonna be great; previews got me meh.

But we shall see.

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