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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7050 on: March 10, 2019, 09:44:48 AM »
Free Solo

damn...just damn.

and dude's girl is super hot!  so double damn.


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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7051 on: March 10, 2019, 10:27:33 AM »
Aquaman.

Meh...
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7052 on: March 10, 2019, 11:26:48 AM »
Aquaman.

Meh...

Easily in my top 10 worst movies Iíve ever seen.
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7053 on: March 10, 2019, 12:42:04 PM »
Aquaman.

Meh...

Easily in my top 10 worst movies Iíve ever seen.

I hope tusk is also on your list
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7054 on: March 11, 2019, 12:18:51 AM »
Itís SXSW season, which means I get to see a bunch of great films for free. Today it was Apollo 11. This one will be in theaters soon. I think like next week. If itís playing near you, GO! It needs to be seen on a huge screen. Itís gorgeous.




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A vivid and visceral look at mankindís greatest achievement.

"Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind."

A cinematic event fifty years in the making, APOLLO 11 is a stirring and spectacular behind-the-scenes look at the mission that brought astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Sea of Tranquility. And it must be seen on the big screen.

This isnít a repurposing of the same grainy footage you watched in science classes Ė APOLLO 11 will astound even the most hardcore space geek. Drawing from a newly discovered trove of wide-screen 65mm footage and snippets from over 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio, director Todd Douglas Miller has crafted a film that absolutely crackles with electricity and immediacy, allowing you to truly feel what itís like to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission.

Gorgeously restored and filmed in the same format as Hollywood epics like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, APOLLO 11 vividly immerses you in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground. Whether you were watching it live on television that day or youíve only seen clips on YouTube, youíll be absorbed into this extraordinary film that tells the story of the momentous days and hours when two brave men took a giant leap into the unknown for all of mankind.

"The clarity takes your breath away, and it does so in the blink of an eye; your body will react to it before your brain has time to process why, after a lifetime of casual interest, youíre suddenly overcome by the sheer enormity of what it meant to leave the Earth and land somewhere else."David Ehrlich, IndieWire
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7055 on: March 11, 2019, 11:28:04 AM »
Itís SXSW season, which means I get to see a bunch of great films for free. Today it was Apollo 11. This one will be in theaters soon. I think like next week. If itís playing near you, GO! It needs to be seen on a huge screen. Itís gorgeous.




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A vivid and visceral look at mankindís greatest achievement.

"Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind."

A cinematic event fifty years in the making, APOLLO 11 is a stirring and spectacular behind-the-scenes look at the mission that brought astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Sea of Tranquility. And it must be seen on the big screen.

This isnít a repurposing of the same grainy footage you watched in science classes Ė APOLLO 11 will astound even the most hardcore space geek. Drawing from a newly discovered trove of wide-screen 65mm footage and snippets from over 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio, director Todd Douglas Miller has crafted a film that absolutely crackles with electricity and immediacy, allowing you to truly feel what itís like to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission.

Gorgeously restored and filmed in the same format as Hollywood epics like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, APOLLO 11 vividly immerses you in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground. Whether you were watching it live on television that day or youíve only seen clips on YouTube, youíll be absorbed into this extraordinary film that tells the story of the momentous days and hours when two brave men took a giant leap into the unknown for all of mankind.

"The clarity takes your breath away, and it does so in the blink of an eye; your body will react to it before your brain has time to process why, after a lifetime of casual interest, youíre suddenly overcome by the sheer enormity of what it meant to leave the Earth and land somewhere else."David Ehrlich, IndieWire


Nice saw the trailer to this the other day, glad its as awesome as it looked.

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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7056 on: March 11, 2019, 02:36:31 PM »
Itís SXSW season, which means I get to see a bunch of great films for free. Today it was Apollo 11. This one will be in theaters soon. I think like next week. If itís playing near you, GO! It needs to be seen on a huge screen. Itís gorgeous.




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A vivid and visceral look at mankindís greatest achievement.

"Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind."

A cinematic event fifty years in the making, APOLLO 11 is a stirring and spectacular behind-the-scenes look at the mission that brought astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Sea of Tranquility. And it must be seen on the big screen.

This isnít a repurposing of the same grainy footage you watched in science classes Ė APOLLO 11 will astound even the most hardcore space geek. Drawing from a newly discovered trove of wide-screen 65mm footage and snippets from over 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio, director Todd Douglas Miller has crafted a film that absolutely crackles with electricity and immediacy, allowing you to truly feel what itís like to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission.

Gorgeously restored and filmed in the same format as Hollywood epics like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, APOLLO 11 vividly immerses you in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground. Whether you were watching it live on television that day or youíve only seen clips on YouTube, youíll be absorbed into this extraordinary film that tells the story of the momentous days and hours when two brave men took a giant leap into the unknown for all of mankind.

"The clarity takes your breath away, and it does so in the blink of an eye; your body will react to it before your brain has time to process why, after a lifetime of casual interest, youíre suddenly overcome by the sheer enormity of what it meant to leave the Earth and land somewhere else."David Ehrlich, IndieWire


Nice saw the trailer to this the other day, glad its as awesome as it looked.

That's funny. I JUST watched this trailer before coming to the paug. It's playing tmrw night at the art theater in my neighborhood, one night only, gonna check it out.
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7057 on: March 11, 2019, 03:30:55 PM »
Itís SXSW season, which means I get to see a bunch of great films for free. Today it was Apollo 11. This one will be in theaters soon. I think like next week. If itís playing near you, GO! It needs to be seen on a huge screen. Itís gorgeous.




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A vivid and visceral look at mankindís greatest achievement.

"Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind."

A cinematic event fifty years in the making, APOLLO 11 is a stirring and spectacular behind-the-scenes look at the mission that brought astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Sea of Tranquility. And it must be seen on the big screen.

This isnít a repurposing of the same grainy footage you watched in science classes Ė APOLLO 11 will astound even the most hardcore space geek. Drawing from a newly discovered trove of wide-screen 65mm footage and snippets from over 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio, director Todd Douglas Miller has crafted a film that absolutely crackles with electricity and immediacy, allowing you to truly feel what itís like to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission.

Gorgeously restored and filmed in the same format as Hollywood epics like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, APOLLO 11 vividly immerses you in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground. Whether you were watching it live on television that day or youíve only seen clips on YouTube, youíll be absorbed into this extraordinary film that tells the story of the momentous days and hours when two brave men took a giant leap into the unknown for all of mankind.

"The clarity takes your breath away, and it does so in the blink of an eye; your body will react to it before your brain has time to process why, after a lifetime of casual interest, youíre suddenly overcome by the sheer enormity of what it meant to leave the Earth and land somewhere else."David Ehrlich, IndieWire


Nice saw the trailer to this the other day, glad its as awesome as it looked.

That's funny. I JUST watched this trailer before coming to the paug. It's playing tmrw night at the art theater in my neighborhood, one night only, gonna check it out.


They started playing it at the Alamo Drafthouses so if there is one in your area check there.

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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7058 on: March 11, 2019, 04:20:24 PM »
Itís SXSW season, which means I get to see a bunch of great films for free. Today it was Apollo 11. This one will be in theaters soon. I think like next week. If itís playing near you, GO! It needs to be seen on a huge screen. Itís gorgeous.




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A vivid and visceral look at mankindís greatest achievement.

"Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind."

A cinematic event fifty years in the making, APOLLO 11 is a stirring and spectacular behind-the-scenes look at the mission that brought astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Sea of Tranquility. And it must be seen on the big screen.

This isnít a repurposing of the same grainy footage you watched in science classes Ė APOLLO 11 will astound even the most hardcore space geek. Drawing from a newly discovered trove of wide-screen 65mm footage and snippets from over 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio, director Todd Douglas Miller has crafted a film that absolutely crackles with electricity and immediacy, allowing you to truly feel what itís like to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission.

Gorgeously restored and filmed in the same format as Hollywood epics like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, APOLLO 11 vividly immerses you in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground. Whether you were watching it live on television that day or youíve only seen clips on YouTube, youíll be absorbed into this extraordinary film that tells the story of the momentous days and hours when two brave men took a giant leap into the unknown for all of mankind.

"The clarity takes your breath away, and it does so in the blink of an eye; your body will react to it before your brain has time to process why, after a lifetime of casual interest, youíre suddenly overcome by the sheer enormity of what it meant to leave the Earth and land somewhere else."David Ehrlich, IndieWire


Nice saw the trailer to this the other day, glad its as awesome as it looked.

That's funny. I JUST watched this trailer before coming to the paug. It's playing tmrw night at the art theater in my neighborhood, one night only, gonna check it out.


They started playing it at the Alamo Drafthouses so if there is one in your area check there.

big ups on the heads up. But closest Alamo is gonna be 3 hours north in dc. I have a feeling the space center or aquarium here that have IMAX theaters will be showing it at some point, so I might wait, it'll def be worth the experience vs seeing it in the old art house theater.
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7059 on: March 11, 2019, 08:38:58 PM »
Free Solo. Simply incredible. Only regret is not seeing it on IMAX.
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7060 on: March 12, 2019, 11:30:24 AM »
Itís SXSW season, which means I get to see a bunch of great films for free. Today it was Apollo 11. This one will be in theaters soon. I think like next week. If itís playing near you, GO! It needs to be seen on a huge screen. Itís gorgeous.





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A vivid and visceral look at mankindís greatest achievement.

"Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind."

A cinematic event fifty years in the making, APOLLO 11 is a stirring and spectacular behind-the-scenes look at the mission that brought astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Sea of Tranquility. And it must be seen on the big screen.

This isnít a repurposing of the same grainy footage you watched in science classes Ė APOLLO 11 will astound even the most hardcore space geek. Drawing from a newly discovered trove of wide-screen 65mm footage and snippets from over 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio, director Todd Douglas Miller has crafted a film that absolutely crackles with electricity and immediacy, allowing you to truly feel what itís like to be a part of the Apollo 11 mission.

Gorgeously restored and filmed in the same format as Hollywood epics like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, APOLLO 11 vividly immerses you in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground. Whether you were watching it live on television that day or youíve only seen clips on YouTube, youíll be absorbed into this extraordinary film that tells the story of the momentous days and hours when two brave men took a giant leap into the unknown for all of mankind.

"The clarity takes your breath away, and it does so in the blink of an eye; your body will react to it before your brain has time to process why, after a lifetime of casual interest, youíre suddenly overcome by the sheer enormity of what it meant to leave the Earth and land somewhere else."David Ehrlich, IndieWire


Nice saw the trailer to this the other day, glad its as awesome as it looked.

That's funny. I JUST watched this trailer before coming to the paug. It's playing tmrw night at the art theater in my neighborhood, one night only, gonna check it out.


They started playing it at the Alamo Drafthouses so if there is one in your area check there.

big ups on the heads up. But closest Alamo is gonna be 3 hours north in dc. I have a feeling the space center or aquarium here that have IMAX theaters will be showing it at some point, so I might wait, it'll def be worth the experience vs seeing it in the old art house theater.

Looking forward to this
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Re: Last Movie You Watched.
« Reply #7061 on: March 12, 2019, 03:26:52 PM »
Bohemian Rhapsody

As soon as it was over...."Alexa, play Bohemian Polka".    So good.