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gaporter

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You could do much worse. Raising Arizona is my all time favorite and they've never made a bad film. Their worst movie is probably The Ladykillers and that one is still completely watchable.
Yeah, Raising Arizona was my next one to watch but unfortunately it doesn't appear to be streaming for free anywhere 😒 I know I had it on DVD but no clue where it is. I may just break down and rent it because it's one I'm very interested in rewatching! Especially since I've been on a small Nicolas Cage kick recently after rewatching Mandy and Bringing Out the Dead 😄
 

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Yeah, Raising Arizona was my next one to watch but unfortunately it doesn't appear to be streaming for free anywhere 😒 I know I had it on DVD but no clue where it is. I may just break down and rent it because it's one I'm very interested in rewatching! Especially since I've been on a small Nicolas Cage kick recently after rewatching Mandy and Bringing Out the Dead 😄
PM me and I’ll set you up with a Plex share.
 

TenderLovingKiller®

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Yeah, Raising Arizona was my next one to watch but unfortunately it doesn't appear to be streaming for free anywhere 😒 I know I had it on DVD but no clue where it is. I may just break down and rent it because it's one I'm very interested in rewatching! Especially since I've been on a small Nicolas Cage kick recently after rewatching Mandy and Bringing Out the Dead 😄
It's so unapologetically of it's time too. Like if you were going to film a movie set in the 1980s today your goal would be for it to look like Raising Arizona.
 
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Bennnnn

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In The Heights was so much fun. It’s like what I needed all year. And it makes me want more big movie musicals to happen. And I know more are coming, and for that I’m excited.

not perfect, some odd changes from stage to screen, but also a lot of great changes that made it even better.
 

Pergo

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I watched Blood Simple last night for the first time in a couple years and now I want to go back through and watch every Coen Brothers movie again. Talk about coming out of the gate swinging.
I took a Film Studies minor in college because it sounded fun. Had en entire course one semester on the Coen Brothers. It was great!
 

kvetcha

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I remember my film professor discussing how they have such a defined idea of what they want from any given shot that they essentially edit their films ‘in-camera’ and have very very little footage left on the cutting room floor. Helps them consistently keep under budget.
 

LeSamourai

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Next you're gonna tell me there's a cinephile podcast called "Dunston Checks In" by some Australian guy named Dunston.

Now I need to find someone named Mac to start a podcast with me called "Mac and Me."

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