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  1. I've seen 4 of those and plan to see other 4. Pity not to catch Okja in theaters Luckily, they don't need to be there. I also have to make a conscious effort to avoid anglocentrism in my filmic diet or I'll miss a lot of gems. Also re: Villeneuve. Why do I have to wait through this Blade Runner bullshit to see Dune, dammit.
  2. It will probably be like the others of his to me. Really impressing me in some ways in a first view, and latter getting totally lost behind my favourites of a year.
  3. I recall the Mediterranean and Scandinavia are the hairiest regions of the world but there's always a bit of everything everywhere
  4. at least here, there's been a lot of talk about women postponing pregnancies into dangerous years because they couldn't afford to raise a kid
  5. This is easier now with the increased poverty and what not! Yay?
  6. We ought to stop paying attention at all to hype, advertising and so on. It just spoils everything.
  7. Well they could make meh like that more often as far as I'm concerned. I think I just happened to enjoy the intense downer style of the thing for some reason.
  8. Speaking of goofy stuff I really like Budapest Hotel. It's the one of his I've listened to the most. It sounds funny to me so I keep going back to it. Other times it's like seeing a highly polished, very well crafted movie that you don't manage to care about or are completely uninterested in the subject matters of the movie. So you're like "this one is very good in theory but I don't care". The film score equivalent of seeing The Social Network. Not saying this about Desplat specifically.
  9. I have to say, between this, which just goes on and on without grabbing me (it just seems that mere technical finesse by itself doesn't make me have a good time these days), and the film being probably destroyed simply by casting (not everybody is JJ Abrams at that... it can make or break a movie), I am not happy. But at least we got Apes, and Shape of Water looks very cool. I liked the big monster material, but not the rest, the suspense and such.
  10. We're going to get TFA and RO clones for a while. After that I don't know. I'd enjoy something like the last Apes in SW, but I doubt they want to do a slow burning sour western/war film. That hilariously channels older filmmaking in a more fun way than TFA
  11. Oh those kind of boobs I never had. Αnd I ate a lot.
  12. It's a wasted opportunity and the third act doesn't deserve the first two.