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April 11, 2019, 06:27 PM
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Tonight, the movie Les visiteurs, released in 1993, is available on the forum.

In French with Arabic subtitles.
Link: https://ok.ru/video/41678670495
Note: It's already available on the forum with English subtitles.


April 12, 2019, 09:38 PM
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Yesterday, I watched Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. I wish I hadn't. Having been a binge-watching fan of the series, this movie is a complete disappointment.

I'm a fan of Black Mirror myself. It's available on Netflix, I assume you're watching it there too. I haven't seen the movie. I just took a look on the Netflix app on my phone and noticed it's available for viewing. Let me have a look at it and see what's so bad about it.

April 14, 2019, 12:49 PM
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Tonight, I'm suggesting the movie Jumper, released in 2008. Well, It's quite hard to find good movies for the finest users of the forum. I must say that it's easy to find good French movies, but there is already a large choice on the forum. If you find it, I recommend the movie "Madame Irma", with the actors of "Les 3 frères", but I didn't find any English subtitles.
I don't know if aa1234779, shadow.97, Fuj and the users of the forum will like Jumper. I hope they won't be disappointed. it's not an intellectual movie, but at least it's a bit entertaining.

Link: https://ok.ru/video/31487953438


April 17, 2019, 03:44 PM
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Tonight, an excellent movie, titled Cypher and released in 2003, is available on the forum.

Link: https://ok.ru/video/35698313851

trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaOIX5F672U






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April 18, 2019, 03:35 PM
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Tonight, another movie, released in 1999, is available on the forum. At this time I went to the cinema to watch it. The forum didn't exist yet.
Maybe some of you heard of it: I'm talking about the movie Fight Club.


I must say that I didn't understand everything when it was released. Who is Tyler? Was it Jack? It wasn't clear.
In fact, Fight Club has one Kantian philosophical idea. The way in which we appear to ourselves is not necessarily who we actually are. The real Tyler Durden is unknown to us. All we have are these two images of Tyler Durden (Edward Norton and Brad Pitt).

The movie "Fight Club" boomed on the Hollywood scene in 1999; directed by David Fincher and written by Jim Uhls, who adapted the novel by Chuck Palahniuk. The film was highly controversial and not the type of feature most parents would feel comfortable allowing their children to watch. The core of this story hints around the conundrum of modern urban life. The main character and narrator of the film is an educated typical social construct named "Jack;" played by Edward Norton. Jack is a bachelor in his 30's whose biggest concern is how to decorate his apartment. Jack has reached a point in his life where he seems to be in doubt of his own existence, and simply going through the motions of life in a numb state. The beginning of the movie illustrates scene after scene of Jack boarding planes, and sitting at his desk at work. His entire life changes when he meets Tyler Durden, played by Brad Pitt – a witty, confident, and overall seemingly boundless personality.
Tyler Durden represents everything that Jack is not. Tyler is free from modern ritualistic routines and seems to have a mysterious and intriguing perspective on life – a keen ability to see through the social fabric of reality. After meeting the charismatic Tyler on the airplane, Jack comes home to find his apartment engulfed in flames. Not knowing what to do, or where to go from here, Jack calls his newly found friend Tyler. Together Jack and Tyler have a few beers at a bar where they discuss the mediocrity of the common consensus for the standard of living a modern lifestyle. Shortly thereafter, a scene in the film takes place behind the bar where Tyler asks Jack to hit him in the face, and shortly after, a small crowd gathers when they start fighting each other.

If we go to Palestine with the stars of the forum one day, humbert, Vasudev, usman... you are probably wondering if there will be a Fight Club too. Well, hopefully we won't have time to fight if we want to make some good goat cheese and barter it with local peasants. And maybe we'll have to make soaps too, in there is no more local marketplace. After all, it is the "yardstick of civilization".




Link: https://ok.ru/video/25429543425



« Last Edit: April 18, 2019, 03:43 PM by scarface »

Yesterday at 01:22 PM
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I know that humbert, aa1234779 and the users of the forum like clever movies. That's why tonight, the movie 1492, released in 1992, is available on the forum.
1492 is a French-Spanish epic historical drama film directed by Ridley Scott and written by Roselyne Bosch, which tells the fictionalized story of the travels to the New World by the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus (Gérard Depardieu) and the effect this had on indigenous peoples.
This is the English version. Note that this movie might not be appropriate for everyone on the forum: it contains some suggestive dialogues, curse words, and a lot of bloody, graphic violence.

Link: https://ok.ru/video/86429665847

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYeDsa4Tw0c

Note that a review of this film and a Brrip are already available on the forum.




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