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"I saw the title of this thread and excitedly clicked it with the intention of recomm…"

ErikLeafinson replied May 20, 2008 to Looking for a good heist film

26 May 22, 2008
Reply by HKfilmlover

"I'd like to work with any horror director I respect (both of your picks are high on…"

ErikLeafinson replied Apr 5, 2008 to

just now

"The Cremaster Cycle. Rubin and Ed. A lot of Asian films."

ErikLeafinson replied Apr 5, 2008 to Titles not on DVD

40 May 2, 2008
Reply by CullensGirl

"That happened such a long time ago reading subtitles is the most natural thing in th…"

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to The FIRST film that made a HUGE impression on you

114 Aug 24, 2008
Reply by Firewater

"Oh man, is that the goofy Kino release with the xylophone music? So bad. You can ge…"

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to

just now

"Oh cool, I had no idea it had been retitled that, thank you."

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to Internet Dating Movies?

9 Mar 30, 2008
Reply by ErikLeafinson

"The first foreign film I ever saw was Run Lola Run, on my mother's recommendation, a…"

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to The FIRST film that made a HUGE impression on you

114 Aug 24, 2008
Reply by Firewater

"The comic is wonderful, I love the art. I wish I knew more about horror comics right…"

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to Oh The Horror of It All

107 Dec 18, 2008
Reply by Ailish

"All the Dimension Extreme releases have terrible cover art, which is so ironic becau…"

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to Oh The Horror of It All

107 Dec 18, 2008
Reply by Ailish

"Yeah, the Hellraiser series actually is reminiscent of the Bond franchise IMO, where…"

ErikLeafinson replied Mar 30, 2008 to Oh The Horror of It All

107 Dec 18, 2008
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Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
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justin6128 replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
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Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Henry V' in the group Shake & Stir
"Then there's the Hollow Crown series (all three Henry plays), which aired a couple of years ago, produced by the BBC. It's not bad, though not as compelling as the productions we've mentioned, imo. I did find a good streaming version…"
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Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"¡Ay, Carmela! (1990)A very well made film about a trio of touring performers who are forced to entertain Franco's fascist troops during the Spanish Civil War even though their hearts are with the Republicans. Carmen Maura's…"
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Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Henry V' in the group Shake & Stir
"Interesting bit from Auden in his Lectures on Shakespeare; he apparently felt that much of the poetry that spews from the character of Henry V is deliberately bad - at least, lesser than the language of Henry IV, passages of which (I must…"
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Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Henry V' in the group Shake & Stir
"He's at least had the intelligence to have stayed away from them; Macbeth never got to be an old king. And Hamlet was never going to be king! Heh."
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