- Aug 20, 2012
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Kinda just meh. Really? I feel like it gets better each time I watch it.
Tarkovsky.I guess I should ask first, you talking about the 2002 Solaris or the 1972?
I have that sitting in a box. Haven't picked it up in years. Almost watched Mirror with a lady last night. Went Persona instead.Nothing will compare to the stanislaw lem book
It's rare to capture conversations that are so very real to life, filled with the actual complex emotions. And sure it's a mixed bag in that respect, there some scenes that may come off cliche, but it seems most movies don't even attempt to have that depth and touch of subtle reality.It's an old movie but I saw Ordinary People for the first time the other night. I enjoyed it. I think it was filmed in Highland Park in the late 70's/early 80's. Mary Tyler Moore is good as the icy mother. It sort of reminds me of Good Will Hunting with the psychologist trying to reach the troubled young kid. Anyways, good movie, well-shot, very nostalgic.
Cant say I read it. Just looked it up... must say I'm surprised it's only about 204 pages... I mean when the 1972 film is almost 3 hrs... I just had the general impression it was a novel.Nothing will compare to the stanislaw lem book
It was a novel!
I actually really like the weird movies Radcliffe is in these days.View attachment 23709
Best movie I have seen since 'UHF'
Pulls no punches dealing with the major hallmarks in Al's career such as his mentally abusive father, his troubles with drugs and alcohol, his torrid love affair with Madonna and his bloody feud with Pablo Escobar.