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Posted 09/17/11 - 6:29 AM:

libertygrl wrote:
i have not seen k-pax, no.

inception dream architecture chart:

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Nice pictorial view. I watched 'The Stepford Wives' which is quite similar to 'The Rosemary's baby'. The scripts for both of these movies is by same writer.
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Posted 09/25/11 - 7:02 AM:

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Posted 09/25/11 - 8:09 PM:

A lot of spaceships flying around, chasing each other, going from one strange planet to another.
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Posted 10/15/11 - 1:55 AM:

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Posted 10/15/11 - 9:21 AM:

I watched Michael Clayton and appreciated it and what I appreciated most in it? The scene where protagonist stops because of a hunch and goes up the slope towards three horses which are standing atop—it is dawn and the scene is so Neptunian and dream like. There is no dialogue in it but nature and subtle imagery strike you profoundly. I also noticed that this scene of horses standing is so akin to the picture in the book which is appreciated by the kid and then the lawyer who accidentally stumbles upon it!
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Posted 10/16/11 - 10:06 PM:

love love love that scene!

i've been watching episodes of the detective television show "castle" online. one of the recent ones was very intriguing:

abc.go.com/watch/castle/SH5...59040/VD55145882/head-case

it has to do with a man who signed a contract to be cryogenically frozen in the hopes that he could be resuscitated in the future when the technology is sufficiently evolved. then it turns out he gets murdered, and the police investigation needs the body in order to find clues, but the cryonics company refuses to release the body in order to respect the man's wishes. it raises some interesting ethical questions, you might enjoy it (even though it's a TV episode rather than a movie!)
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Posted 10/16/11 - 10:07 PM:

thedoc wrote:
A lot of spaceships flying around, chasing each other, going from one strange planet to another.

favorite films?
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Posted 01/04/12 - 2:10 AM:

That movie which have all that things which get the success to entertain it's audience is good movie. or in other words yu can say that which have good story, character, good direction and all techical things.
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