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    @flecky & TF

    Yeah... the last big budget film I actually unreservedly enjoyed was Cloud Atlas, and that came out right from the blue for me. Then again, it's also based on a novel.
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2013
    Did anyone watch 'Mud' when it was out? It was the perfect antidote to the explosion-fest at my local cinema. Bonus points for Dirty Three on the soundtrack.
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2013
    I was going to ask if anyone saw Stoker, but then I did a search and found out it's four months old. Anyways, I caught it on a plane, which is as close as I get to new releases these days, and thought it was brilliant. The best part is that it's from a short story written by an actor I remember from my childhood.
    • CommentAuthorflecky
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2013
    @allana: I watched Stoker a few weeks back, and quite enjoyed it.

    @all: Watching Pontypool was what I needed the other night. A word-virus was indeed like something from a Burroughs novel. Keep the recommendations coming, Whitechapel.
    • CommentAuthorandycon
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2013
    I need to watch Stoker a few more times to let it sink in, I liked it a lot, I just don't know why yet.

    I will have to look into the short story to see if it adds anything/ explains some things
    • CommentTimeJun 30th 2013
    Good news everybody! They're lining up the screenwriter from Green Lantern for the Blade Runner remake/sequel/prequel.

    Infinite facepalm.
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    @ Osmosis - you mean one of the screenwriters of Green Lantern. That movie had more hands on it than a pole in a New York city subway car.