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Roquette 1797 with a splash of Sapine. Watching The Lord of the Rings "Return of the King".Looking forward to the release of The Hobbit next month.

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Roquette 1797 with a splash of Sapine. Watching The Lord of the Rings "Return of the King".Looking forward to the release of The Hobbit next month.

 

You ain't kidding. Awesome. Can't wait.

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Hey, we finally got pinned! In the big time now!

 

Watched Moonrise Kingdom last night with some Jade NO. Happy New Year!

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I'm sipping on VP and watching Dead Man. I've wanted to watch it for awhile and Songcatcher beat me to it. B)

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Probably my favorite Jarmusch flick, that one.

 

Watched it recently while savoring some Besançon.

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Enjoying it so far, I love westerns and Depp is a prettty versatile actor. I also have a soft spot for black and white movies. The surreal quality b&w offers is mesmerizing. :thumbup:

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and Depp is a prettty versatile actor

 

and Crispin Glover, and Robert Mitchum, Billy Bob Thornton, amd Iggy Pop (who's character 'Alice' bears a striking resemblence to a certain banjo playing monkey) :twitchsmile:...........

 

I love it. It's a damn fine movie.

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and Depp is a prettty versatile actor

 

and Crispin Glover, and Robert Mitchum, Billy Bob Thornton, amd Iggy Pop (who's character 'Alice' bears a striking resemblence to a certain banjo playing monkey) :twitchsmile:...........

 

I love it. It's a damn fine movie.

 

Not to mention the bonus points for realism of a lawyer not being an accurate shot. :poke:

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Berberian Sound Studio and L'Italienne. A most appropriate pairing.

 

Really looking forward to seeing that. Didn't know it was out on DVD here yet--where/how did you see it?

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I was eager to see it as well, the less said the better. Though I thought the narrative structure could have been improved upon, it was a clever concept and an excellent film. I believe any cinephile would enjoy it, particularly (of course) if they're fans of '70s Italian horror.

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