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    Brimstone with Guy Pearce and Dakota Fanning.

    Decent kinda creepy

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    Look who's back, or "Er ist wieder da". It's a pretty great film, and it even got removed from Shitflix I think. The only scene I didn't like and felt out of place for his character was the one where [SPOILER!] Hitler shoots the dog [SPOILER!]. Other than that, it takes a firm stance with Hitler (even if it's not intentional).



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    "1917", "Midway", and "The Outpost". Rather improbable what happens to one of the Tommy main characters in "1917".
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    We watched Gone with the Wind in the evening. Last week we received our new Epson SVGA projector and finally tried it out. It turned out very cool, like in an old cinema. These are often shown in films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYAnglo View Post
    Rather improbable what happens to one of the Tommy main characters in "1917".
    That's an understatement. If you want to see Germans (and one German soldier in particular) demonized by a Jewish director, this is the film for you. Just don't pay for it, whatever you do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirik View Post
    Look who's back, or "Er ist wieder da". It's a pretty great film, and it even got removed from Shitflix I think. The only scene I didn't like and felt out of place for his character was the one where [SPOILER!] Hitler shoots the dog [SPOILER!]. Other than that, it takes a firm stance with Hitler (even if it's not intentional).


    The movie is hilarious from start to finish (specially if you watch it in German), but it does not "take a stance with Hitler" even unintentionally. It is critical of him but enjoyable nonetheless.

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