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Author Topic: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread  (Read 6667 times)

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #680 on: June 10, 2017, 01:56:33 pm »
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #681 on: June 10, 2017, 05:01:16 pm »
In the theater for It Comes at Night.

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #682 on: June 12, 2017, 06:08:20 pm »
I'll be seeing My Cousin Rachel in an hour and a half.
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #683 on: June 12, 2017, 06:10:52 pm »
I'll be seeing My Cousin Rachel in an hour and a half.

Tell her I said hi.
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #684 on: June 12, 2017, 06:12:52 pm »
I'll be seeing My Cousin Rachel in an hour and a half.
If only Catbus were here to make a joke about this...
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #685 on: June 12, 2017, 07:07:59 pm »
Unfortunately, we can't go now as my mom started to feel sick.  We'll probably end up seeing it tomorrow.
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #686 on: June 12, 2017, 07:10:03 pm »
Mmm...gee, I wonder why...
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #687 on: June 20, 2017, 01:17:34 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #688 on: June 20, 2017, 02:24:51 pm »
I've heard good things about it
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #689 on: June 20, 2017, 02:26:49 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #690 on: June 20, 2017, 02:32:20 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #691 on: June 20, 2017, 02:37:14 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?
No, but I still loved the film.

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #692 on: June 20, 2017, 02:39:54 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?

Because I could not stop for Jed—
He kindly stopped for me —
He jumped into his Leather Bed —
And logged into RT.

He looked at posts — He knew no haste
For he was on his way
To make a fateful rendezvous,
To Post About that day —

He passed the School, where Children strove
To pass Financial Math —
He came to Dunkin Donuts, and —
He entered with a laugh —

Or rather — we should say he instead—
He came IN Dunkin Donuts —
For in that Filthy Bathroom he—
Did discharge from his nuts —
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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #693 on: June 20, 2017, 03:20:01 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?
No, but I still loved the film.
Interesting. If I have time to see it this week I might do so.

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #694 on: June 20, 2017, 08:56:50 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?

Because I could not stop for Jed—
He kindly stopped for me —
He jumped into his Leather Bed —
And logged into RT.

He looked at posts — He knew no haste
For he was on his way
To make a fateful rendezvous,
To Post About that day —

He passed the School, where Children strove
To pass Financial Math —
He came to Dunkin Donuts, and —
He entered with a laugh —

Or rather — we should say he instead—
He came IN Dunkin Donuts —
For in that Filthy Bathroom he—
Did discharge from his nuts —
Better than the original tbh

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #695 on: June 20, 2017, 09:27:25 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?

Because I could not stop for Jed—
He kindly stopped for me —
He jumped into his Leather Bed —
And logged into RT.

He looked at posts — He knew no haste
For he was on his way
To make a fateful rendezvous,
To Post About that day —

He passed the School, where Children strove
To pass Financial Math —
He came to Dunkin Donuts, and —
He entered with a laugh —

Or rather — we should say he instead—
He came IN Dunkin Donuts —
For in that Filthy Bathroom he—
Did discharge from his nuts —
Better than the original tbh

You don't like Emily Dickinson? What the hell?

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Re: The Official "Going to see..." Movie Thread
« Reply #696 on: June 20, 2017, 09:46:44 pm »
Who here has seen A Quiet Passion (the Emily Dickinson biopic)? It's playing at the local indie theater and I'm curious as to how accessible it is to someone who's generally unfamiliar with Dickinson's work.
A Quiet Passion is fantastic, and it's Terence Davies' most accessible film from what I've heard.
Were you actively familiar with much of Emily Dickinson's life going into the film?

Because I could not stop for Jed—
He kindly stopped for me —
He jumped into his Leather Bed —
And logged into RT.

He looked at posts — He knew no haste
For he was on his way
To make a fateful rendezvous,
To Post About that day —

He passed the School, where Children strove
To pass Financial Math —
He came to Dunkin Donuts, and —
He entered with a laugh —

Or rather — we should say he instead—
He came IN Dunkin Donuts —
For in that Filthy Bathroom he—
Did discharge from his nuts —
Better than the original tbh

You don't like Emily Dickinson? What the hell?
While I don't care for poetry much generally, I actually do like Because I Could Not Stop for Death, but given that your version made me laugh I'd say that it brought a bit more to my life.
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