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always thought the first one sucked this one sucks too

 

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Love Hou but kinda scared, looks more corny than usual. You liked it?

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it's ok

 

it gets kinda old after awhile, but i think you should watch

 

I missed this one, supposedly a decent giallo hommage but not that much more.

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Watched the Assassin, will re-watch in theater. Very enjoyable movie, maybe less intellectual than most Hou but beautiful experience.

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here's to clarence, one of the greats. thanks for everything!

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I missed this one, supposedly a decent giallo hommage but not that much more.

 

People way more knowledgeable than me called it a deconstruction of the martial arts assassin sub genre. 

 

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Where do you live that you were able to see this in theaters?  

 

 

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A major work by a thoroughly minor talent. The distance between what he thinks he says and what he actually says is fascinating. 

 

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Masterpiece. The only copy I could find was a bootleg from Taiwan but it was well worth it. 

 

 

 

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Who would've thought that the auteur who made Pulp Fiction, a movie I find deeply cynical and painfully hip, would make this movie?

 

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What a remarkable performance by the two lead actresses. When those two were in a scene together the screen crackled with energy. 

 

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JJ Abrams proves my thesis that he's a producer's director, making a movie that is both bombastic and portentous while failing to earn a single moment. 

 

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This guy is incredible. I realize these are only his late works but did he do anything that wasn't worth watching?

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maxresdefault.jpgWas really, really good. Innaritu is becoming one of my favorite contemporary directors. Didn't really care for Babel but Biutiful and Revenant are definitely up there for my favorite movies.

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Inarritu is that person you meet who uses big words they don't understand to show you how smart they are. Except he does it with film grammar. 

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