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bwood
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"The Favourite (Yorgos Lanthimos, 2018)"
Sun Nov-25-18 11:58 AM by bwood

  

          

Yo this shit is crazy and vicious.

Bound to alienate most who watch it, but I was laughing almost the entire runtime. Can't wait to see this again in a theater as the sound mixing is incredible (I watched it on a DVD screener).

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I caught the trailer, well a commercial for this yesterday
Nov 26th 2018
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It's a fucking OUTSTANDING movie. An absolute must see.
Nov 27th 2018
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It's very well made, just not my cup of tea
Dec 03rd 2018
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a wonderfully vile tale
Dec 07th 2018
4
uhhh not sure why I had Colman on TTOI, nevermind me
Dec 07th 2018
5
thought i would like this more than i actually did
Dec 08th 2018
6

obsidianchrysalis
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Mon Nov-26-18 09:18 PM

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1. "I caught the trailer, well a commercial for this yesterday"
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This looks hilarious and well acted. Reminds me of Love & Friendship, the Beckinsale movie from a couple of years back. Also a period piece with melodrama between royals but well executed all around.

Looking forward to seeing this at some point.

  

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Frank Longo
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Tue Nov-27-18 12:55 AM

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2. "It's a fucking OUTSTANDING movie. An absolute must see."
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More accessible to audiences than Lanthimos's previous works, but maintains so much of what's made his work so singular and special. Give all these actors the Oscars.

Hungry Hippos: The Movie. Now available to read: http://www.russellhainline.com.

  

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Deebot
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Mon Dec-03-18 09:56 AM

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3. "It's very well made, just not my cup of tea"
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Enjoyed the Lobster and Killing alot more.

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benny
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Fri Dec-07-18 10:55 AM

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4. "a wonderfully vile tale"
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somehow made some quite nasty moments thoroughly enjoyable, thanks to the superlative acting by the three leads (and what a year for Weisz who was also exceptional in Disobedience), with Lanthimos moving the film along at a galloping pace. His now idiosyncratic tracking shots worked wonders here, as did the Dogma-ish lighting. The script is razor-sharp, letting go of historical accuracy to spend a bit of time wallowing in the absurdity found in a royal court.
Colman is incredible, nothing new here, but deserves all the acclaim for displaying the humanity, spaciness and ferociousness of a very lost Queen in equal measures. And how great to have her reunite with fellow Thick of It alum James Smith. Also really enjoyed Nicholas Hoult as the dandy opposition leader, possibly the bitchiest of them all.

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benny
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Fri Dec-07-18 01:57 PM

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5. "uhhh not sure why I had Colman on TTOI, nevermind me"
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For the record, my teams:
MLB: Mets / Soccer: PSG
NCAA BB: Arizona / NCAA FB: Michigan
NBA: Spurs / NFL: Jets
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"Si la meuf est bien physiquement, je ne refuserai pas grand chose"

  

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Crash Bandacoot
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Sat Dec-08-18 03:14 PM

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6. "thought i would like this more than i actually did"
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the set design was cool but, kind of a forgettable movie.

  

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