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 No.332789[Reply]

>Jack Carter (Michael Caine) is a cold-blooded London gangster, and not the sort of man you want to cross. When Carter's brother winds up dead, he travels to Newcastle to arrange the funeral. Convinced that his brother was murdered, Carter questions local thug Eric (Ian Hendry), who eventually leads him to kingpin Kinnear. From there, Carter carves a bloody trail of revenge through the seedy underbelly of Newcastle in search of his brother's killer.

>The Double Deuce is the meanest, loudest and rowdiest bar south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and Dalton (Patrick Swayze) has been hired to clean it up. He might not look like much, but the Ph.D.-educated bouncer proves he's more than capable - busting the heads of troublemakers and turning the roadhouse into a jumping hot-spot. But Dalton's romance with the gorgeous Dr. Clay (Kelly Lynch) puts him on the bad side of cutthroat local big shot Brad Wesley (Ben Gazzara).


NEXT WEEKS THEME: Movies that are questionably not movies at all
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 No.333281

>>333189
Electric Retard



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 No.332771[Reply]

More like FJ
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 No.333201

>>332771
Did they get him to make a cameo in The Simpsons?



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 No.333334[Reply]

tvchan faggots lost, soyjak.party won, /qa/ won
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 No.333401

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>>333383
WHY AREN'T YOU POSTING ON 9CHAN RIGHT NOW?
YOU AREN'T A PEDO ARE YOU???

 No.333437

>>333336
I wonder, there's some discord dramas around there, but I doubt it's as bad as the webring or cuckchan.

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>>333437
Redpill me on false flagging.

 No.333452

>>333381
>>333382
>>333401
you soyjack cunts need to die.

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The real problem with soyjack posters is they are too perfect.



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 No.332988[Reply]

What are some good LIVE ACTION Japanese movies? No anime. And no Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, Ozu or Godzilla either. I've already seen those.
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 No.333163

Kitano, Kurosawa (the 90's guy one), Koreeda, Miike, Fukasaku, Kobayashi

 No.333195

>>333163
What would you say are the best films to start with for these guys?

 No.333197

>>333195
For kitano we watched hanabi on film club last year and it was pretty good! There's also sonatine which is a bit more renown. His most well known film over here is probably battle royale though.

If you want some contemporary jap film recs let me know?

 No.333238

>>333195
>best films to start with
If you watch for directors you would know it's always best to start with the first one :^)
But if you insist on being a scrub then Hana-Bi or Sonatine, Cure, Air Doll (Shoplifters if you are a Criterionfag), Ichi the Killer or Audition, Graveyard of Honor and Hara-Kiri

>>333197
>Battle Royale
Not really the director you scrub although that one is Fukasaku's

 No.333455

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Watched this last night. Posted my review here >>333454



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 No.331158[Reply]

Just saw Scaramouche (1952). An 18th century revenge tale about a man who plays a clown in a theater troupe by day as he plots to kill a heartless aristocrat by night to avenge the death of his best friend and foster brother.

The film feels very ahead of its time both visually and in terms of writing. This is probably because it blends elements of several different genres, which seems to have confused the critics of its day. It's essentially a swashbuckler but with a lot of time dedicated to political drama and comedy. It's also very risque for its time. As incongruent as this sounds, it actually balances these aspects rather well. The biggest weakness in the story is the ending, which feels somewhat underwhelming after everything building up to it and the final plot twist is more than a little hard to swallow. That being said, I don't think it detracts from the film too much.

The characters, even the side ones, are fairly strong and memorable and the acting is quite good as well. A few of the actors even act more like French actors than American ones. The villain is especially great. The only one of the main cast who feels like a typical Hollywood actor from the 50's is Janet Leigh but she's still adequate in her role.

The visuals, like I said, are ahead of their time. Only by a about a decade or so though; it certainly doesn't look modern. The most famous thing about this movie is the 5-minute long swordfight at the end. Despite its length, that fight scene is able to maintain a high level of excitement and tension throughout which is quite a feat since you know the hero is going to win in the end. There are many other swordfights in the movie too and they're all used pretty intelligently to serve the plot. What's nice about the fight scenes is that there's very little music in them and the silence helps tremendously.

Overall, I give Scaramouche an 8/10.
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 No.332150

>>332134
Nice try.

 No.332349

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Watched "The Warriors" last night. Really fun movie. A lot of it is silly but that's a huge part of the charm. It almost feels like a Greek myth or Arthurian legend but with 1970's New York window dressing.
My only nitpick is that it didn't really make sense to me why the girl goes along with them. Just because she's bored? Also, the actress looked like ten years older than everyone in the movie.

 No.332350

>>332349
>It almost feels like a Greek myth
Wasn't based on a Greek myth but an ancient Greek account of mercenaries fighting their way back home from Persia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anabasis_(Xenophon)#Fiction

 No.332383

>>332350
>an ancient Greek account
so a Greek myth

 No.333454

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I watched this last night. The super fast pace, frequent shaky cam, and the fact that most of the actors looked very similar, made it difficult to follow. I had to keep referencing the wikipedia page while watching it to keep track of who was who. It is a very good movie in spite, or maybe because of all that and I feel like it's one of those that gets better and better with repeat viewings. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes crime movies. It's like a much faster paced, much more violent and much more raw version of Goodfellas, set in post-war Japan. The main character was especially interesting. He's both a hardened killer and an naive, idealistic boy scout. You'd never see a character like that in a Western movie unless you go way back.
From what I understand, this is only the first movie in a long series of yakuza films. Are the sequels just as good as this one or are they just cash-grabs?



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 No.333450[Reply]

Are there still places where you can stream tv shows for free? Back in the GOT days I would watch everything on a Putlocker knockoff because the torrents took forever to seed. However I don't see shit for Putlocker these days. I think Putlocker must have been gassed. What do you guys use?

 No.333453

There's a lot of them that are always changing.
Pretty sure putlocker was shit compared to what's out there now. I would say one but it is broken and goes to some fucked up unsecure site.

Literally just search "moviehd stream" lol



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 No.331237[Reply]

What's YOUR opinion about his 4channel essay?
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 No.333435

>>333429
You need new one-liners.

 No.333443

>>333389
Is a solid 10/10 movie, you are just being contrarian, boomer.

 No.333447

>>333389
No dude you don't get, it Ryan Gosling acts like a depressed loser in 2049, and I'm a depressed loser in real life, therefore it's a solid 10/10 movie.

 No.333449

>>333389
It is a masterpiece. You on the other hand are a retard.

 No.333451

>>333449
I'm too white for this conversation.



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 No.333444[Reply]

It's up


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 No.332922[Reply]

IT'S UP
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 No.333280

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>>333221
Unfortunately, he's got some kind of futa dickgirl fetish. It's pretty sad. I guess porn has poisoned his mind somewhat. I hope he'll recover from it.

 No.333282

>>333280
Oh man, I could tell that guy was fucked up just from the one fallout video I watched by him.

 No.333289

>>333280
Nothing wrong with that.

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>>333265
Good reply, pajeet.

 No.333442

>>333280
MaUler made up it with his furfags from discord, he tried to dox and cancel Synthetic



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 No.332713[Reply]

This looks like a tranny.
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 No.333283

>>332913
Is that a traney?

 No.333292

>>333283
She's not wrecking into poos so no she's not a train.

 No.333293

>women are stealing incel aesthetics from us
smh. Literally can't have anything

 No.333294

Joaquin's Napoleon conquered all of Europe out of nothing but insecurities over being cuckolded by Josephine. Joaquin's Joker went from a schizo to a cool villain because "he found someone". The implication is that there's no way for a man to change or achieve greatness if he's not motivated by getting dat pussay.
Also the "Girls can do the creepy incel thing too, fuck you!" aesthetic is pretty obvious.

 No.333440

>>332897
That scot faggot with a shit taste is shilling for Amazon in recent times, he is being payed to promote goyslop



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