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#203533 - 04/08/08 01:10 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: HomeDad]
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 Originally Posted By: HomeDad
I've seen both and enjoyed both films, Imo No Country has one of the best acted creepy characters I've seen in the movies for a long time.


Ya, the perfect Robert Parker lol. I can't believe he's going to play Parker. Definately did an excellent job as a killer.
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#203536 - 04/08/08 01:36 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: JaimeG]
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I'm not sure I even "got" the ending to NCFOM. It just ended on Tommy Lee's dream.

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#203549 - 04/08/08 02:11 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: michael_d]
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#203559 - 04/08/08 04:25 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: DanielBMe]
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Excellent, excellent movie.
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#203697 - 04/09/08 07:36 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: pmbuko]
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Have Into the Wild home from Netflix right now. It streeted 4 days after they dropped HD DVD, so I got the Standard DVD format. I haven't been able to decide whether to return it and wait for Blu-ray to come out (and rent then), watch the low rez version, or go out and buy the HD DVD... *sigh*

I loved "No Country..." some stunning cinematography. I just loved how they used lighting and camera angles to set moods. A piece of art. (Though, with the really dark story line, not a movie I would like to see lots of times... )

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#214459 - 07/05/08 01:17 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: khoyme]
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Resurrecting a dead thread.....

I, too, really liked "Into The Wild" and was listening to my sister-in-laws' soundtrack that she got from iTunes.

Loved the music...brought me right back to the movie and made me want to see it again. But the sound quality was a bit less than excellent.

Anyone own the CD version to comment on the quality? There's no sense in me buying the disc if it suffers from the same lifeless compression crap as most other recent releases. I'm hopeful since it's acoustic......
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#214460 - 07/05/08 01:20 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: MarkSJohnson]
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I'm unable to answer your question, but speaking of music that you listen to, when are you going to make a mix CD to share with us? Eh? Eh? Hey, the peer pressure turned you into a bird.

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#214462 - 07/05/08 01:30 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: CV]
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I didn't want to get involved in this round, because last time I didn't end up keeping my end of the bargain and making one. Then, when a couple of months went by, I let it go out of embarrassment.

So, basically, I didn't trust myself to do it!!
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#214463 - 07/05/08 01:47 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: MarkSJohnson]
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Believe in yourself! Don't be yellow! I mean, be yellow, but don't be shy!

Ha ha, it's cool. I'm just curious to hear more of people's tastes.

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#214475 - 07/05/08 07:12 PM Re: Into the Wild [Re: CV]
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'Into the Wild' was a very good movie, dumb guy for heading out into that harsh wilderness unprepared and inexperienced ... not smart at all and he paid the ultimate cost to be a hippy.

'No Country...' was an excellent movie I thought. Did he kill her? \:\)
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