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  1. http://www.kingdomofheavenmovie.com/
  2. http://www.hollywoodinvestigator.com/2003/dune.htm ------------------------------- -War of the Worlds -King Kong -Fantastic Four
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    Quentin Tarantino

    "Jesus Christ, Tarantino does Bond, how lame." Let's actually hear what he had to say. Personally, I too felt Tarantino was overhyped until, actually not too long ago, I changed my mind. My story begins many years ago...It was the beginning of the 'Kill Bill Kraze' that proceeded 'Volume 1' and having seen the illegially ripped from the theater, I was immediately pissed that Tarantino was recieving some serious praise for a somewhat corny and lackluster film. Years then passed...I saw friends and Tarantino fanboys alike (the 14-29 age bracket that feeds on the violence, style and cussin' of f
  4. Scott

    Favorite films

    Tell you the truth, I thought this movie kicked ass aswell. -City of God -Silence of the Lambs -The Exorcist -The French Connection -The Hustler -Gone with the Wind -Casablanca -Citizen Kane -Manchurian Candidate (1962) -Goodfellas -Casino -Meanstreets -Raging Bull These too.
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    Favorite films

    -Eyes Wide Shut -Full Metal Jacket -The Shining -Barry Lyndon -A Clockwork Orange -2001: A space odyssey -Dr. Strangelove -Once Upon A Time in America -The Good, the Bad and the Ugly -Apocolypse Now -Godfather Part 1,2 -Fight Club -Se7en -Pulp Fiction -Jackie Brown -Memento -Akira -Seven Samurai -Yojimbo -Rashomon -Chinatown -Mulholland Drive -Blue Velvet -Ichi the Killer -Blade Runner To name a few.
  6. Just finished 'the Da Vinci Code'. Good read, it took me two days to finish it. Very hard to put down.
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    Dune Control

    Now you see, thats where your wrong. I'm familiar with that quotation: "If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed." Correct? In fact it was partially responsible for the nature of this topic. Personally I couldn't agree more with this quote, on the basis that it is by all means, very true. Anything can be filmed, anything can be written, anything can be thought or spoken or felt, these things apply to every form of creative thought. A couple years ago, I would've agreed with you."Dune can't be filmed, its too complicated and vast, to be adapted. How could you translate a literary mast
  8. I agree, I don't think putting a camera through the floorboards is going to add anything to the mood or disposition of a scene.
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    Dune Control

    Evangelion had justification in using so many 'inner confliction' scenes concerning Shinji, as a small portion of the the series was devoted singularly to his psyche. As far as Dune is concerned, I don't think we need to hear everything Muad'Dib think and feels about anything and everything. Well, what would you do? Contribute man!
  10. The Conversation Great performance by Gene Hackman and subtle ones by Ford and the other supporting cast. The film, although slow and tedious (subject matter) during the first half, more than makes up for it in the second. Good script by Coppola. The ending was a surprise for me. Note: This is no where near the Coppola's work in the Godfather I&II and Apocalypse Now. It's almost more a character study (think Five Easy Pieces). A slow thriller.
  11. Stanley Kubrick Akira Kurosawa Martin Scorsese David Lynch Sergio Leone Quentin Tarantino Takashi Miike Brian De Palma David Fincher
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