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Vivarium

I’m a sucker for the genre and it feels like I was a kid when I last saw a movie with the same vibe.

Like a scary movie, without any blood and grossness, but filled with bad and strange vibes. 4/5

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The White Disease.
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Made in 1937 and based off a play, The White Disease (or Skeleton on Horseback, which I personally prefer)
is doubly morbid, featuring both a fascist leadership whipping up a pro-war sentimentality and a pandemic
which originated in China (it’s also given a Chinese name). Yeah, you read right.
The White Disease is basically a pandemic film hardly anyone’s heard of or seen.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0028632/

Only 305 IMDb ratings...

Yep, hardly anyone has heard of or seen it.  :BEER:

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The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard. Brainless plot and constant action. What more do you need other than a bowl of popcorn?! A good time was had by all. If you are offended by “blue” language. Run away. Possibly the highest cuss word count movie of all time. All th Best, Jeff

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raccoon city wrote:
turkeydance wrote:
The White Disease…

Only 305 IMDb ratings…

Yep, hardly anyone has heard of or seen it.

Wellp, without EN subs, I’m not likely to, either. Don’t speak CZ.

 

Ain’t a stranger to subs, either.

White God“ was a f’n amazing movie, with an awesome ending.

It was so engrossing, even though you had to read the HU subs to figure out what’s going on, it was barely noticeable, and it was, to me at least, almost like watching in EN anyway.

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Lightbringer wrote:
raccoon city wrote:
turkeydance wrote:
The White Disease…

Only 305 IMDb ratings…

Yep, hardly anyone has heard of or seen it.

Wellp, without EN subs, I’m not likely to, either. Don’t speak CZ.

 

Ain’t a stranger to subs, either.

White God“ was a f’n amazing movie, with an awesome ending.

It was so engrossing, even though you had to read the HU subs to figure out what’s going on, it was barely noticeable, and it was, to me at least, almost like watching in EN anyway.


If you’re feeling baller, this $50 Blu-ray seems to have EN subs: https://www.amazon.com/Bila-nemoc-Krakatit-Karel-Hoger/dp/B07M5LVHMJ/ref...

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Eep!

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Any files? LOL

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I only found it one place, but you have to be a member.

Send me an email for details if you're interested.

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First link from the top on google: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:69BCFA46F656CB4B68639F22F1D58EB8391A0989

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Pulp Fiction

I still enjoy the movie, but over time I’ve unfortunately learned more about Tarantino. I wish I could go back to knowing nothing about the director.

  • I know he has a foot fetish so the scenes where the characters discuss foot massages make me cringe now. It’s also obvious that Uma Thurman is barefoot for no good reason at one point.
  • I know what Tarantino looks like, so seeing him in the movie pulls me out of it for a bit
  • I’ve heard Tarantino in interviews and some of the dialogue in Pulp Fiction is obviously something Tarantino would think and say and not something that would probably be said by the characters. The conversation between Vincent and Mia in the diner sticks out in this regard.

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Shoplifters (2018) Outstanding movie about what constitutes a family, and what doesn’t. This movie, about a family of shoplifters living on the fringes of society in urban Japan and the young girl they take in to their family and their lifestyle, unfurls its tale episodically, with wonderfully natural acting and dialog from the amazing ensemble cast. It sneaks up on you in subtle ways, and you can’t help but identify with and sympathize with all of the characters, even when you don’t approve of their choices in life or their behavior. The ending is as uncomfortably realistic as the rest of the movie, and it will stay with you. Highly recommended – one of the best in recent years.

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CollectEverything wrote:
Pulp Fiction

Timeless questions: What was in the case? Why Marsellus Wallace had band aid on his neck?
I enjoy that movie every time I watch it. It’s masterpiece.

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sp5it wrote:
First link from the top on google: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:69BCFA46F656CB4B68639F22F1D58EB8391A0989

Much appreciated, but that’s “White God” (got, excellent) not “The White Disease” (looking). LOL

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You're better off looking for:

Skeleton on Horseback or The White Plague or Bílá nemoc

Those are the names of the movie.  :BEER:

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Lightbringer wrote:
“The White Disease” (looking). LOL

1937?

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sp5it wrote:
Lightbringer wrote:
“The White Disease” (looking). LOL
1937?

Yep.

 

https://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1801232#comment-1801232

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actually found it subtitled on youtube. havent watched it yet tho…

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Noice, tnx!

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Plus that very recognizable pirate from Pirates of the Caribbean movie series.
Johnny Depp? Whut?
Sorry for the late reply. It’s Ragetti, played by Mackenzie Crook. He’s in “The Detectorists.” He was also Gareth Keenan in the British flavor of “The Office” series.
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I adore Cate Blanchett. She can be so beautiful and yet also so ugly (in terms of character persona). Truly an amazing talent. And in that regard, I was surprised at how AWFUL was the movie Blue Jasmine. In one sense, I can see perhaps why she took the role. She really was amazingly convincing, TOTALLY inhabiting the role (thus, Blanchett received the Academy Award for Best Actress ). She really captured the persona of an elitist woman who lost it all due to a deceiving husband. And a realization that in essence, she’s such a shallow person. And despite an opportunity to recover, she falls back on her old ways and sets herself up for failure once more. The movie ended badly… in that there really wasn’t an ending. It just… stopped. You’re left feeling like the writer ran out of time and the producers said “screw it, we’re done.”

Wait… what’s that? It’s a WOODY ALLEN movie? Well, he used to make great flicks. Not this one, IMHO. Maybe in 2013, something was going on. In 2014, another scandal broke about Allen, so maybe… Anyway, while Cate saw and exploited the potential of the role, expecting the editors would orchestrate something good from it, I feel like this movie failed. It simply doesn’t have a coda. An ending. It just… stops. We’re left hanging on what’s going to happen next to Jasmine. I guess we can presume, but it’s just at a point where you feel like there should be some kind of wrap up. I watched it with 3 other people. We ALL felt let down and disgusted. Thus, I don’t recommend Blue Jasmine… unless you just want to focus on the great character performance by Blanchett.

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I f’n hate when they do that.

“Oh, but it makes you think!”

“It lets you use your imagination to come up with an ending!”

So just air 2hrs of blackness and let me imagine my own complete movie? That’s how retarded that argument is.

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Teen Titans Go! To the Movies.
essentially, Deadpool for kids.
it was on my IQ level.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7424200/
https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/teen_titans_go_to_the_movies

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raccoon city wrote:
Here’s a couple of English subtitles for ya.

Okay, both of them are within a fraction of a second of each other, so that’s good.

Unfortunately, they’re like a full 2min (!!) off from the movie on the yootoob. Eg, 03:45 in the .srt is roughly 05:37 in the movie.

I wrote a script which adjusts/shifts times on .srt files ± a certain amount, so I’ll see if I can get it reasonably accurate.

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Ondine (2009)

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A fisherman (Colin Farrell) hauls in an unexpected catch when a beautiful and mysterious woman gets tangled in his nets, in this charming and thrilling romance about fairy tales colliding with real life.

“Fairy tales” my arse. The movie teases fantasy but the only fantasy in this movie occurs in the minds of the characters. And I figured that out early in the film so I couldn’t even enjoy some uncertainty about what was real and what wasn’t. Not the worst movie I’ve seen, I watched till the end. It just falls short of being particularly special.

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Lightbringer wrote:
raccoon city wrote:
Here’s a couple of English subtitles for ya.

Okay, both of them are within a fraction of a second of each other, so that’s good.

Unfortunately, they’re like a full 2min (!!) off from the movie on the yootoob. Eg, 03:45 in the .srt is roughly 05:37 in the movie.

I wrote a script which adjusts/shifts times on .srt files ± a certain amount, so I’ll see if I can get it reasonably accurate.


If you watch your videos in a video player like VLC or MPC, you should be able to adjust the offset of the subtitle timing within the player.

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The Great Dictator (1940) – satirical comedy shot at the beginning of WWII, poking fun at Hitler and the Nazis. Charlie Chaplin’s first non-silent film, and he’s great in it, especially when he speaks gibberish that sounds like German. Smile Chaplin wrote it, directed it, produced it, scored it, and starred in it in multiple roles.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032553/

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CollectEverything wrote:
If you watch your videos in a video player like VLC or MPC, you should be able to adjust the offset of the subtitle timing within the player.

Nah, too much trouble to keep having to do it every time.

Like having CN or PT audio in track 1, and EN in track 2. I’d rather strip and recode vs constantly diddling with it each time.

I work very hard to be lazy.

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Different strokes for different folks, I guess. I think Blue Jasmine is a wonderful movie, and it’s got a 7.3 rating on IMDB, so I guess I’m not the only one who likes it. I agree that it’s difficult not to be impressed with Cate Blanchett’s performance. I can’t imagine her being anything less than convincing and riveting in any performance.

I’m personally most interested in realistic movies, so I like movies where everything isn’t neatly resolved at the end, because most things in life are not neatly resolved in the end. Life is more messy than that for most people.

We’ve had about a hundred years of movies where everything is resolved at the end, and the main character changes for the better. I still find it refreshing to see a movie where that doesn’t happen. If a movie had to show “what happens next” to the main character to be “good,” a good movie would need to be years long.

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Kingdom of Heaven Director’s Cut

Really well-made movie. My biggest gripe with it is that the movie completely fails to examine either Christianity or Islam as motivations and instead makes religion the true villain of the story. I think this article describes the phenomenon well.

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The film ignores the fundamental Crusader concept that violence done in the name of God can be good and just, because such a concept is impossible to relate to the modern moviegoer. Modern audiences see violence done in the name of religion as indisputably evil and medieval opinions that would endorse said violence are unacceptable. This is why the heroes of Kingdom of Heaven are religious skeptics and the Templars are the film’s villains. In order for Kingdom of Heaven to relate to modern audiences, the villains had to embody the Crusader as he has come to be seen in the post-colonial world.

I don’t agree with the article writer that the film had to take this approach to gain an audience. If the film had been able to convey the reasoning behind both factions in an accurate and relatable way I think it would have elevated the film. I do think the article accurately describes how the story was molded to modern Hollywood sensibilities.

Bottom line though, the film looks incredible and plays well as the story of Balian (at least the Director’s cut does, haven’t seen the theatrical).

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