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DanEngler last won the day on August 8 2016

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  1. @Shannon Are you listening to Sordid Details?
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    All About Eve

    Assorted footnotes: Like Paul, I also assumed Addison DeWitt was gay from the outset, and I realized it was due to how much he reminded me of a young Stephen Fry. Did anyone else notice the really odd use of rear-projection when Eve and DeWitt were "walking" to Eve's apartment? Why? I've said this before but You Must Remember This is a true work of art and I hope Karina is a frequent return guest! P.S. Facebook users are the balcony monsters of Unspooled listenership.
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    IMPORTANT: Forum to be updated 7/4/2018

    I've (very cautiously) figured out how to make modifications to the CSS and templates, so today I've: Fixed the virtually invisible search box Fixed the dark gray-on-dark gray options in the user menu (top right corner) Added a link to Earwolf.com in the main navigation Let us know if there are any other outstanding issues.
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    Episode 248 - Triumph At Comic-Con

    I don't have the ability to change any files on the server, so all credit belongs to @Shannon.
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    IMPORTANT: Forum to be updated 7/4/2018

    I updated the settings so the "edited" note only appears if you check the box indicating you want it to appear. As with the previous version of the forums, posts can only be edited for 24 hours.
  6. On the plus side, I think it supports emoji now.
  7. The "reason for editing" field should be optional, according to the forum config. Is it requiring you to fill it out before it will allow you to edit? I'm seeing all of this for the first time, too, and I'm trying, Ringo. I'm trying real hard not to do the usual nerd-who-hates-change thing.
  8. Oh, I forgot that it turns into a star if you've already commented in the thread. It's here:
  9. Click on the dot to the left of the thread title (assuming you're on desktop; I don't know how it looks on mobile) and it'll take you to the last unread item. I just re-enabled signatures.
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    Episode 248 - Triumph At Comic-Con

    I gotchu my dude.
  11. DanEngler

    Bonnie And Clyde

    This movie is both good enough and groundbreaking enough to merit its spot on the AFI Top 100, no question. As controversial as the sex and violence were in 1967, I was genuinely surprised that they didn't go full exploitation film and play up the "HE can ONLY get it UP when he MURDERS" aspect, and Clyde's impotence instead humanizes him as someone who relies as much on false bravado as he does skill. I was also surprised by how much of the film turned out to be historically accurate, erections notwithstanding. Amy, your interview with Robert Benton was fantastic!
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    2001: A Space Odyssey

    Yes! I took a screengrab every time a sign appeared so that I could read the text later. Typeset in The Future seems to be the de facto resource for most other transcriptions.
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    2001: A Space Odyssey

    I find it fascinating that, rather than explain his intentions, Kubrick intended 2001's message to be conveyed directly to the viewer's subconscious, yet so many critics had a violent negative reaction after seeing it. The first time I tried to watch 2001 (in actual 2001), I bailed 45 minutes in because it was "slow" and "boring". My excuse is that I was a stupid kid whose brain hadn't evolved enough to receive the signal and oh shiiiiiiiiiit 17 years later, I am a different person and I love a pensive, open-ended visual experience. The Twin Peaks revival is one of my favorite things in recent memory, and Part 8 "explains" the creation mythos of the Twin Peaks universe (to the extent that David Lynch ever explains anything.) I've lost track of how many time I've watched it. It obviously owes a great debt to Kubrick. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IKUeIEdRMY
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    There's nothing wrong with constructive criticism, but there wasn't much constructive about the review I posted to Letterboxd and then deleted in shame shortly thereafter. Everything's fine, though. I felt relief when I was able to five-star next week's film.
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    I've been reluctant to join the conversation for two reasons: 1. I try to never broadcast negativity about other people's work on the Internet. There's already more than enough of that in the world. 2. Following the French Connection thread, I'm worried about becoming the resident contrarian dick who rains on everyone's parade week after week. So, suffice it to say: I watched Titanic.