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Old 01-06-19, 01:43 PM
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I saw the BluRay version today. Trerrible 2 hours and 49 minutes of pretentious doo-doo without ANY redeeming qualities. At least I didn't spend any money on it as it was a loaner from the library.
Do you normally enjoy Sci Fi?

I tried to watch this a while back and really, I thought it just dragged along... So I think I just stopped after about 20 min or so... but wonder if I just needed to give it more time.
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Old 01-07-19, 08:23 AM
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I loved Fargo. I really enjoyed when Fx made a series out of it, too....
Pretty much what I've encountered, either someone loves the movie, or hates it completely.........different strokes for different folks.
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Pretty much what I've encountered, either someone loves the movie, or hates it completely.........different strokes for different folks.
yeah, typical Cohen Bros reactions... either love them or hate them
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yeah, typical Cohen Bros reactions... either love them or hate them
Their only saving grace to me was "No Country for Old Men", I was riveted from beginning to end, and with my only watching it once, since once was enough.......whew.
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lol... and interestingly... that's the one I liked the least....
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I find that some of the best movies can be the most polarizing. Some of my favorites are in that category: Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Eyes Wide Shut, Under the Skin (perhaps one of the scariest, most disturbing, yet thought provoking movie I've ever seen, not in small part due the excellent music).
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