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Thread: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    I'm watching the original Angels in the Outfield from 1951. It's streaming on the Criterion Channel. Most of the baseball scenes were filmed at Forbes Field, so you get a lot of great footage of that place. Also, it's fun to see Joe DiMaggio and Ty Cobb make quick appearances.


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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    Amazon---

    Amazon has partnered with the South by Southwest Film Festival to bring locked-down movie lovers a streaming selection from its planned 2020 slate, which would've screened as part of the annual media event's 2020 edition before this year's edition was canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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    A launch date for the Prime Video presents the SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection will be announced soon, as will a slate of projects participating in the event.

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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    Re-watched Taxi Driver. I hadn't seen it in 30 years. Wow, still a shocking, raw movie.

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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

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    Re-watched Taxi Driver. I hadn't seen it in 30 years. Wow, still a shocking, raw movie.
    Always thought it would be an interesting movie exploring Travis Bickle 10-20 years after the events in Taxi Driver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanmia View Post
    Always thought it would be an interesting movie exploring Travis Bickle 10-20 years after the events in Taxi Driver.
    Is the post-shooting spree scene a dream-sequence? Unclear to me.

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    1917 was intense...there is just a dark brooding element to that movie throughout. Loved the way it was shot...very enjoyable.

    Birds of Prey...was just OK for me I think they tried hard to make it Deadpoolish, it had some cool fight scenes but nothing that really stood out except for Ewan McGregor's character...
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    Q: What's playing at the local cinema?

    A: Racoons, squirrels, and a couple of rats.


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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    Rewatched The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford and I still can't get over how talented Roger Deakins is. Whether this movie, Road to Perdition, Skyfall, Shawshank Redemption, Br2049, 1917, Big Lebowski, whatever. Everything he shoots is so well composed and well lit. His resume is about as good as a resume can get.

    Good vid I found showing some of his best shots.


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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by Stray View Post
    Rewatched The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford and I still can't get over how talented Roger Deakins is. Whether this movie, Road to Perdition, Skyfall, Shawshank Redemption, Br2049, 1917, Big Lebowski, whatever. Everything he shoots is so well composed and well lit. His resume is about as good as a resume can get
    Deakins is very talented. He frequently works with the Coen brothers and their films are always beautiful, if not always compelling. And Kundun is one of the best films ever.
    Another great one is Emmanuel Lubezki, who is Terence Malick’s cinematographer. My favorite work of his is the Revenant and the New World.

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    I decided to rewatch all of the MCU movies in order (I have a lot of time!). I'm up to Thor:Ragnarok.

    I like these movies best when they either get really weird (Dr. Strange, Ragnarok) or when they remember that they're supposed to be fun (Ant Man, the first Guardians of the Galaxy).

    I like them least when Hawkeye is in them for more than a couple minutes.

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    Have recently went down the Jimmy Chin rabbit hole. I watched Meru, which was freaking fantastic, and then doubled back on Free Solo which was very good. But this guy is on his own level, nobody is shooting the way he shoots. His perspective is truly unique. I'm like white knuckling the remote and nervously pacing around while watching, but these climb videos are so good. I've never been more terrified and inspired watching a documentary.


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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

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    Saw Uncut Gems last night. It was so chaotic and uncomfortable and I loved every second of it.
    I'm watching it now on Netflix. It's so chaotic and uncomfortable, and I doubt I'll ever watch it again.
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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    "The King of Staten Island" with Pete Davidson was brilliant, far better than I expected.

    Pete's got serious acting chops. Didn't see that coming. He is playing himself in his own life though, so who knows what's next for him. The dialogue is superb and it feels totally real.
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    Watched The Vast of Night last night on Amazon.

    I can see why the movie might not be for everyone (it's very dialogue-heavy), but I thought it was a fantastic sci-fi/aliens movie. It's really impressive what the filmmakers did on a low budget.

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    Re: Official Redszone Movie Thread, Part IV

    For political reasons, I've been thinking of a BBC movie I saw years ago that I just couldn't remember the name of. It was a great twisty-thriller featuring a Scottish actor who's name I didn't know. I didn't know any of the cast or the anything really about the film.

    So today, I googled Scottish actors, started looking through pictures, found the actor and then started to look threw his films.

    The name of the film who's name I forgot: Amnesia.

    It really is a terriffic film, albeit with a silly epilogue.


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