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Thread: Movie: "Gayniggers from Outer Space" (1992)

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    Grin Movie: "Gayniggers from Outer Space" (1992)

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0274518/

    A Nordic movie, no less.

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    Morten Lindberg, the Danish director, is also known as Master Fatman. He's brilliant.

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    Deathwatch(UK 2002).

    Not as good as The Bunker but a reasonably effective War/Horror movie. Lacked atmosphere though, which is crucial for psychological horror. And as a result veered too much towards a standard anti-war movie in the end. A couple of the scenes were memorably gruesome, it has to be said.

    Yesterday, I watched John Huston's Moby Dick. Haven't seen it for a long time. Gregory Peck is an actor I find hard to take seriously but it was probably his best role and he performed reasonably well. The rest of the cast were fairly awful though with the exception of Leo Genn as Mr Starbuck. This is probably one of the few classic Hollywood movies that might be improved with a remake. Although NOT by Hollywood. God forbid.

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    Ring of the Nibelungs,
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0387541/


    Great, aside from that it was Brynhildr, rather than Kriemhild who killed the brothers.. also I have a distinct feeling that the marriage contest was rewritten too
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    The Village - great movie.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0368447/

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    This message being typed on my screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcturus
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    Die Intellektuellen von heute versuchen, den Nationalismus als eine Sünde gegen die Menschlichkeit zu brandmarken. Sie versuchen, uns glauben zu machen, daß dem Wort Nationalismus eine Infamie anhängt. Aber sie verkennen, daß der Geist des Nationalismus aus der schöpferischen Tiefe der menschlichen Seele stammt. Daß er aufsteigt von dort als das gewaltige Verlangen der Menschen, frei zu sein, frei von fremder Herrschaft, und sich nach eigener Art selber zu regieren! Herbert Hoover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skildur
    The Village - great movie.
    I watched this a few days ago, and I thought it was a good movie also... but it was late and I was home alone when I watched it and frankly, at times, it was a rather terrifying movie for me! :redface:

    It was very suspensful, the plot twist came out of nowhere, and the frightening element is more subtle, rarely seen and just sort of lurking beyond eyesight which makes it a lot more scary than most horror flicks. I thought it was very well acted too, and the love story that is laced into the storyline is a nice touch. :thumb001:

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    Just an hour or so ago, I watched Highlander: The Final Conflict... again. eyes: What a cheesey movie... The first Highlander was not too bad, but all the sequels were awful.

    I genuinely like the 'Highlander' concept, and I really wish that it would be redone with better actors and more up-to-date special effects... It could be really good. I just wish they would use a different MacLeod... Christopher Lambert always reminds me of Steven Seagal. :speechles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyðimörk
    I watched this a few days ago, and I thought it was a good movie also... but it was late and I was home alone when I watched it and frankly, at times, it was a rather terrifying movie for me! :redface:

    It was very suspensful, the plot twist came out of nowhere, and the frightening element is more subtle, rarely seen and just sort of lurking beyond eyesight which makes it a lot more scary than most horror flicks. I thought it was very well acted too, and the love story that is laced into the storyline is a nice touch. :thumb001:

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    Just an hour or so ago, I watched Highlander: The Final Conflict... again. eyes: What a cheesey movie... The first Highlander was not too bad, but all the sequels were awful.

    I genuinely like the 'Highlander' concept, and I really wish that it would be redone with better actors and more up-to-date special effects... It could be really good. I just wish they would use a different MacLeod... Christopher Lambert always reminds me of Steven Seagal. :speechles

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    I like the colours of the movie - such beautifull atmosphere, the touch of autumn. And that blind girl who walks alone in the forest where that imaginary monsters dwell - very terrifying indeed. But most of all I liked the commune of the village - till the very end I was sure that story takes place in 17-18 century but I was shocked when I found out it was nowadays.

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    Titanic (1997)






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