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In Topic: Do bricks get excited when they're about to get laid? I imagine they'...

19 January 2018 - 12:53 PM

thats fucking funny

In Topic: Episode 137 - The Hustler (w/ David Scarpa)

19 January 2018 - 12:48 PM

I have always been a fan of this movie, and it's an obvious in for the canon! Same with the others above, there isn't much to say that hasn't already been said about this film, and honestly, you guys said even more than I would have to begin with, just the minutia of the film I haven't quite noticed when watching it, and it really gave the film a whole new life for me! I love this and it's a yes!

Also, Amy, I'll take note of the braums, honestly I totally didn't even think of there being no braums lol.. Just thought I might also share (with Amy, but also I guess anyone in the forum) I'm moving to Chicago to pursue an education in film! I'll be attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago this coming fall! I'm super excited, and also hella nervous but that's how it goes.

In Topic: Episode 179 - Second Sight: LIVE!

11 January 2018 - 10:08 PM

View PostThe_Triple_Lindy, on 05 January 2018 - 11:04 AM, said:

Just a quick open question to the board, because I wondered about this while I watched:

So, this guy ...
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... sex symbol, yes or no?

tbh I'd hit it

In Topic: Homework - The Hustler (1961)

11 January 2018 - 09:59 PM

oh shit yeah

In Topic: Episode 136 - The Best of 2017

11 January 2018 - 09:55 PM

So this is a great list of movies (except for TLJ which I agree brought up good discussions but I'm not going to get into again lol) and this is extremely hard! I just saw the Florida Project and yoinks it was freaking amazing, and I'm a huge fan of the surrealist mother! and Lady Bird is also absolutely amazing, but come onnnnn, how can this year NOT belong to Get Out!?! It came out in theatres in February and as a horror movie it definitely raises a red flag coming out the beginning of the year, directed by a first time director (i mean it's Jordan Peele s he's obviously great, but still never before had he directed), and it was released in an intense political climate, a year where many higher-ups in the government are running blatantly racist campaigns, which only gave it more power and significance. This film has stayed in people's minds all year, which doesn't always happen, even some great movies get overshadowed purely due to release dates, and it's poignant and just amazing, I really don't have anything to say that hasn't already been said!

To just sum it up, Get Out really dominated this year, and deserves the win.
(also sorry I didn't call in, I had school, and tbh I wasn't sure who I was rooting for until after listening to the podcast but I'm here now lol)