Started by Ghostboy, February 09, 2003, 02:18:02 AM
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Quote from: sphinxQuote from: ebeaman69 From the people in the world that loathe ALL of his movies with a passion or from me not liking ONE of his movies? I'm confused.i think he accidentally bought one of those spinning graves
Quote from: ebeaman69 From the people in the world that loathe ALL of his movies with a passion or from me not liking ONE of his movies? I'm confused.
Quote from: ebeaman69Lol....oh, alright. Good, that's fine then. I didn't think I had the power to make somebody spin in their grave by not liking one of their movies. How could I? I'm 16.
Quote from: cbrad4dfeel free to make fun of me,
Quote from: PQuote from: cbrad4dfeel free to make fun of me,go and boil ur bottom, u son of a silly person. i blow my nose at u.
Quote from: GhostboyBTW, found this interesting site that offers a lot of in-depth insight into all Kubrick's works...http://www.visual-memory.co.uk/amk/
Quote from: soixanteApparently, Scorsese is really into Barry Lyndon.There is a very stylized and emotionally remote quality to the film that is off-putting to most people. One of the keys to the film is Kubrick starts a lot of shots in close up, then pulls back for a long shot, so the effect is like a landscape painting come to life. The lighting, the costumes, the mise en scene is of the highest quality. The cinematography alone makes this a landmark film, as it influenced pretty much everything that came afterwards (Days of Heaven, most significantly, which with its golden hour cinematography has been endlessly influential).
Quote from: GhostboySo who is looking forward to Ryan O'Neal's upcoming film, 'Malibu's Most Wanted?' It's a gangsta action comedy also starring Jamie Kennedy and Snoop Dog as the voice of a talking rat.