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  1. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    eternal sunshine of the spotless mind...brilliant
    secret window..spooky and jd is fabulous
    date with tad hamilton...well the guy in it was cute

    you?
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Haven't been in a movie house for months.... :cry:

    We just rented Lost In Translation, tho. It was pretty good. :D
     
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    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    Kill Bill vol 2 was incredible.
    I was looking forward to seeing David Carradine play a bigger role... he delivered. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
     
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    markc TPF Noob!

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    My most recent movie in the theater was Hell Boy, which was a lot of fun.

    Monday night I watched Genghis Blues on DVD and was captivated by both the story and the singing technique. I found that I could do it, so I played with it a little yesterday. I still sound like a cross between a sick goat and a leaf-blower, but at least I can isolate a harmonic and get some overtones.

    Me attempting sygyt
    Me attempting khöömei

    I'm a human didgeridoo! Heh. I just need a lot more practice.

    Here's a great article from Scientific American, with samples of the real deal.
     
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    i like to watch "C'etait un rendezvous" as often as possible cooooooooooool
    but the 'newest' film was "Down with Love" which was very 60s and funky
     
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    21 Grams

    A bit confusing in the beginning but captivating more and more when puzzle pieces fall in place.
     
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    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    Mark!
    WHOA
    A lil background please?
     
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    25th Hour & The Butterfly Effect are the two latest I've seen.

    Which kinda shows I don't get to the movies that often.
     
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    texas chainsaw massacre
    pirates of the caribbean


    md
     
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    markc TPF Noob!

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    Genghis Blues is about a blind bluesman who taught himself to sing khöömei (Tuvan throat singing). He's the one that wrote "Jet Airliner" covered by the Steve Miller Band.

    From Paul's web site:
    Here's the movie site: http://www.genghisblues.com/

    Here's an article on that kind of singing.
    Examples from the article.
    Here's an actual Tuvan song
     
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    I thought that was a good movie too. It was a lot different than the stuff usually pumped out by Hollywood. A first I thought it was going to more of a comedy but it more too it than if first expected.

    Just saw that too. Now that's a good movie. Good combination of action and comedy. I was surprised at Johnny Depp's role in the movie though. He turned out to be very funny and was a good addition to the movie.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    markc, thats pretty cool

    I would highly recommend City of God if you don't mind subtitles. Its the best movie I've seen this year, its loosely based on a brasilian lad who tries to escape gang warfare by becoming a photojournalist. :thumbsup:
     

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