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Alex

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newbie original;3812765 said:
No one cares. The conversation was about something else. You're going off track.
Newbie is absolutely right. You're going off track.
 

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Mandieta6;3812395 said:
We had a talk in the university about Don Jon today. The lecturer was quite attractive too, I enjoyed it.

I hope you used the opportunity to discuss the finer points of PUA and game.
 

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Keegan;3812370 said:
Ex Machina - Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac. A young programmer is selected to participate in a breakthrough experiment in artificial intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a breathtaking female A.I.(IMDb)

My favourite movie so far this year. Held my attention throughout. I didn't know anyone in the cast which allowed me to focus on the story more closely. I'd be the babydaddyboard to the starring robot's motherboard. Two thumbs up.

Watched Ex Machina last night too. Quite enjoyed it. Was disappointed in the bitch at the end.
 

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Alex;3812199 said:
I liked her in Don Jon too
You're obsessed with Scarlett! I bet you've already seen "Lost in Translation", but that's where she gives her best performance in my opinion, and it's a quality movie as well.

Ex Machina was decent. I quite like sci-fi movies with a quality story, cinematography etc.. Agreed about the bitch part, but that was the point of the story.
 

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Despite the rave reviews and fact that it's an important movie by all accounts, I have continued to put off watching it because I hate films about children and their growing up
 

chygry

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Sir_Didier_Drogba by the way how do you feel about the Bond movies? Looking forward to the next one or nah? I think the cast and the trailer looks promising. I'm a huge fan of them.
 

chygry

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Hmmmm.... I think Daniel Craig is superb as Bond. Something the world has never seen before. I was hesitant first as well, but compared to for example that Brosnan guy, it's like a day and night. I don't think there's a better actor than Daniel Craig to be a Bond right now.

Idris Elba? Pff... I'd rather take Cuba Cooding Jr.... And Quantum of Solace had almost the best cinematography ever in the Bond movies in my opinion. + Olga Kurylenko.
 

Sir Didier Drogba

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I much much much preferred Brosnan to Craig. Craig plays him all wrong - butch, sensitive, like a blunt instrument. In his attempt to 'reinvent' and 'modernize' the character he has taken away everything which makes the character special.

Also, Bond is not blonde and he is not black.
 

chygry

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Yeah true, but I really like the cold approach that the new Bond with Craig has taken. Much like the books.

The older movies are classic, no arguments against that, but I really really like the ones with Daniel Craig. + The soundstracks. I mean this is a British classic and I'm really looking forward to the next one. :P
 

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chygry;3815134 said:
You're obsessed with Scarlett! I bet you've already seen "Lost in Translation", but that's where she gives her best performance in my opinion, and it's a quality movie as well.
When else have I mentioned her outside of that post? I'm certainly not obsessed. I've not even see the Avengers movies.
Ex Machina was decent. I quite like sci-fi movies with a quality story, cinematography etc.. Agreed about the bitch part, but that was the point of the story.
I agree it added to the story, but I don't agree it was the whole point of the story.
 

chygry

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Alex;3815193 said:
When else have I mentioned her outside of that post? I'm certainly not obsessed. I've not even see the Avengers movies..
Before! Anyways I'm just merely kidding. Just noticed that you've mentioned that movied several times that's all. :P And don't even bother with the Avengers movies I think, I haven't seen them and my non-recommendation says it all!

I watched something like Snabba Cash (Easy Money) last evening/night and to tell you, it sometimes was good and then again really poor. I guess the book's better which I read like 100 pages and then gave up.
 

chygry

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I meant the Don Jon movie. It just acrossed my mind is all. I'm not making shit up, I just noticed that. Observation is the key and I'm good at that. And about the movie which is in discussion is good, and I'm probably planning to watch it again at sometime, but I've got so many on my list that are being unwatched (is that even a word? :D), so who knows.

Fuck it I could even make a list:


I've seen a couple of those, but the ones I've seen are quality movies and I like to rewatch some of those a few times a year. I guess you could say I'm obsessed with films.
 

chygry

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Alex;3815193 said:
I agree it added to the story, but I don't agree it was the whole point of the story.
Just noticed this now. The whole point of the story was that if that one person trying to play "god", it all goes wrong, thus the title "Ex Machina", which is a pefect description of how the story went. Completely opposite of the saying "deus ex machina, which you all the know the meaning of. Just my two cents.
 


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