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Old 10-07-2018, 08:19 PM   #3201
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Christian Bale must be the king of Hollywood transformations these days. He's unrecognizable.
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The new Tamara Jenkins directed film, Private Life, is excellent and now on Netflix. It's a delicate, thoughtful little film strongly grounded in realism and quietly sad. Paul Giamatti is excellent as always, Katherine Hahn is sensational, playing against type.

If you like this one, I'd recommend Jenkins' previous film The Savages (not to be confused with Oliver Stone's very shitty but similarly titled flick). The Savages stars my dream-team leads of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Laura Linney. It's terrific and also on Netflix I think.
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Christian Bale must be the king of Hollywood transformations these days. He's unrecognizable.
right? im still baffled by the transformation between the machinist and batman begins

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The new Tamara Jenkins directed film, Private Life, is excellent and now on Netflix. It's a delicate, thoughtful little film strongly grounded in realism and quietly sad. Paul Giamatti is excellent as always, Katherine Hahn is sensational, playing against type.

If you like this one, I'd recommend Jenkins' previous film The Savages (not to be confused with Oliver Stone's very shitty but similarly titled flick). The Savages stars my dream-team leads of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Laura Linney. It's terrific and also on Netflix I think.
very anxious to watch this - im a big fan of slums of beverly hills/the savages [was just thinking today how angry i am about phs being dead after rewatching the master]

im working my way through both versions of maniac right now - but private life and hold the dark are up next after that
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I found a lot to like in Hold The Dark, although the critics have been a bit harsher. It's such an intriguing concept, beautifully shot and of course the action set pieces are excellent. It's one of those films I will watch again, as I suspect I'll get more of out of it with a second viewing.
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I found a lot to like in Hold The Dark, although the critics have been a bit harsher. It's such an intriguing concept, beautifully shot and of course the action set pieces are excellent. It's one of those films I will watch again, as I suspect I'll get more of out of it with a second viewing.
thats good to hear!

i love everything jeremy saulnier has done so far - finally got around to watching murder party the other day - hilarious dark twisted fun
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We are watching that film tonight.
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anyone a fan of matthew porterfield movies?

hes three for three as far as im concerned

sollers point is probly his most straightforward
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