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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAnthony View Post


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    ^ L O L.

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    Awesome video. Seriously, the movie is really getting worse the more I think about it. A big cop out.
    "Whatever you're thinking, think bigger." - Tony Hsieh

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    looooved this shit
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    Finally watched Inception. Amazing movie.
    But what's even more amazing, that how Nolan approached the movie (just read through that explanation website of Inception).
    I searched for some directors of the present who somehow reflect genius directors such as Coppola or Kubrick, especially after
    watching Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse last night. That documentary and how much a human being can put into
    art, while nearly destroying him- or herself plus the koverall kind of movies Kubrick was doing, made me think if we even have
    such geniuses when it comes to making movies. And I think that Nolan has the potential of heading into that direction.

    Edit: Just wanted to clarify my statement a little. For my personally this time isn't just capable of bringing up someone like Coppola
    or Kubrick, but as for now, I think Nolan is doing a pretty good job of providing us with some quality movies.
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    You love Kubrick, eh? lol.

    Did you see Shutter Island? It's a way better film than Inception. Why? Character connection, and by keeping the film more authentic by managing to not over complicate it. Truly talented directors/auteurs, in my humble opinion, are judged not by how fancy they can make a movie but how much they can strip away from the forefront and leave to the audience to decipher.

    If you liked the movie in a movie explanation... Do yourself a favour and watch Fellini's 8 1/2 or Kiarostami's Life and Nothing More. Quality over quantity.

    I should have been born a generation earlier... lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeoftheparty. View Post
    You love Kubrick, eh? lol.

    Did you see Shutter Island? It's a way better film than Inception. Why? Character connection, and by keeping the film more authentic by managing to not over complicate it. Truly talented directors/auteurs, in my humble opinion, are judged not by how fancy they can make a movie but how much they can strip away from the forefront and leave to the audience to decipher.

    If you liked the movie in a movie explanation... Do yourself a favour and watch Fellini's 8 1/2 or Kiarostami's Life and Nothing More. Quality over quantity.

    I should have been born a generation earlier... lol.
    My thoughts exactly. Watched Inception yesterday, and I liked it, BUT Shutter Island was better

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeoftheparty. View Post
    I should have been born a generation earlier... lol.
    ^ That. Somehow feel outta place at the moment or rather the time.
    As for Inception, I also liked Shutter Island better. But I drifted a little away with my post and didn't want to judge or tell Nolan's influence just by this movie, but by his overall approach.

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