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Dustin
Posted: March 1st, 2015, 4:55pm Report to Moderator
Of The Ancients


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I could say this or that, but who cares what I think. What I will do is recommend you watch this film. Anything with Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley in it can't be bad.


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I was gonna watch this around New Year but put it off.

Brad Anderson is a pretty good director. He did an episode of Masters of Horror around 2005, which I thought of today for no reason

I'll check it out soon.


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Dustin
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Of The Ancients


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I found very few flaws with the film. Maybe a couple of instances where the continuity was a little off. Aside from that it was well written, shot, acted, directed and edited. The whole cast was the best of British.

Mel Gibson is one of the producers too.


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There's a much better film called Lunacy from 2005 that uses the same story.

It's quite arty, but never gets dull.
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Quoted from Scar Tissue Films
There's a much better film called Lunacy from 2005 that uses the same story.

It's quite arty, but never gets dull.


I never saw that movie as well. I was never really too fond of Jan Svankmajer's films, the stop motion animation never really worked for me.

Anyway reading the synopsis for that movie reminded me of a Japanese movie I saw years ago. It's called Dogra Magra, don't remember too much but it was quite muddled. By famous Japanese director Toshio Matsumoto (his movie Shura is quite good). http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0223154/

Someone put it up on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbGnzoMR4FI

Also the Ninth Configuration, which is a movie I've always really liked. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081237
Which is also on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkdTl7RRVs8


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I really liked The Machinist and but thought Transibberian was a bit of a let down. May check this out.

I always find it disconcerting when a film with such big names like this and a solid director behind the camera can just go under your radar without you even realizing its existence. Demonstrates the sheer volume of content out there vying for our attention.


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