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    Can't understand what's happening with HW these days.

    'Hunger Games' rakes in $152.5 million . 3rd best opening ever.

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    Watched Black Swan. Natalie Portman's performance was stunning. A gripping movie reflecting the state of the mind of someone who is so devoted to her art and eventually consumed by the role that she was so obsessed with to have it for herself. The Wrestler was directed by the same director. Planning to catch that sometime.

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    The Artist finally. On big screen. 3 bucks a piece

    Nallathaan irunch. The pacing, narrative, symbolism etc. worked very well. But something is missing ya feel. May be the 'soul'. The dog was fabulous, best character in the film. Dujardin was superb but annan DDL would have made it even more memorable. Or nadigar thilagam of the early-mid 50s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd View Post
    The Artist finally. On big screen. 3 bucks a piece

    Nallathaan irunch. The pacing, narrative, symbolism etc. worked very well. But something is missing ya feel. May be the 'soul'. The dog was fabulous, best character in the film. Dujardin was superb but annan DDL would have made it even more memorable. Or nadigar thilagam of the early-mid 50s.
    Watched TWBB sometime back, during the milkshake and straw scene, for a moment nadigar thilagam crossed my mind.....

    I read somewhere that DDL is busy living like Abe Lincoln for sometime now

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    Exactly. DDL should be doing L'Artiste and not NINE. Maybe he's also not a meesical like me..
    ...an artist without an art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prabo View Post
    I read somewhere that DDL is busy living like Abe Lincoln for sometime now
    kOdaliyum kaiyumA alainjikittirukkArO?
    " நல்ல படம் , சுமாரான படம் என்பதையெல்லாம் தாண்டியவர் நடிகர் திலகம் . சிவாஜி படம் தோற்கலாம் ..சிவாஜி தோற்பதில்லை." - Joe Milton.

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    But DDL (and NT)-kku daanssu varumaa? The climax dance was minnndublowing in The Artist.

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    Andha level'lam varradhu, but edho konjam try pannirukkaaru NINE'la

    ...an artist without an art.

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    Shame. Micheal Fassbender Thanks k-g for tweeting about this movie. Haunting stuff.

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    The Great Train Robbery (1978) revisit.

    Connery, Sutherland, great combination. People remember Michael Chrichton as the guy who wrote Jurassic Park, but he was already an established writer, and director back then.

    At one time I wondered aloud, "Why can't they make movies like this anymore?", to which I shut myself up by saying, "hmm...because they already did?".
    " நல்ல படம் , சுமாரான படம் என்பதையெல்லாம் தாண்டியவர் நடிகர் திலகம் . சிவாஜி படம் தோற்கலாம் ..சிவாஜி தோற்பதில்லை." - Joe Milton.

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