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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 12:29:30 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
just realized yesterday that instrumental versions of these have been released:




hate the guy's raps, but love his beats. glad to have these now.

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 12:33:38 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
also, necro makes a cameo appearance in one of the best movies of the year:



see him wigging out very briefly at the 1:13 mark of the trailer. he doesn't have a very big role in the film, but he's got a couple scenes.

holy shit, was this movie good. the details were so specific and real. the story was always moving. the goals and motivations were always crystal clear. the editing and score were extremely effective. this movie is a good example of the rule: your hero can say little, but must do a lot.

great movie.

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 4:25:40 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
fuck, there's some dope beats on these two.

i particularly like the beat for no concern:


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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 4:35:35 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for recumbent_god
Necro and crumple had sex

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 4:55:28 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior
GP


not for the music


for the movie rec

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 4:58:04 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
the movie's so good. i've been watching interviews of the directors all day.

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posted Tuesday, September 05, 2017 5:43:09 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Bluestratoss
Mods delete this satanic garbage

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 12:33:30 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
^^^you lack the minerals and vitamins for this shit, you tin foil dummy.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 12:57:53 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for eseph84   Click Here to Email eseph84
88 you seem like a good guy to ask

whats your top 5 movies this year?

(PREFERABLY HORROR/PSYCHO-THRILLER/SUSPENSE/DRAMA DEPARTMENTS)

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:05:26 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:13:15 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
it's been a pretty shitty year for movies, tbh.

however,

lost city of z
good time
the big sick
ingrid goes west
raw
get out
a ghost story
logan lucky
dunkirk
the salesman
wind river
norman

at a quick glance, these are some of my fav movies this year. there were some movies i was real hyped about, but they turned out to be disappointing, like baby driver, the beguiled, alien covenant, guardians of the galaxy 2, etc.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:16:54 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
gun to my head, my top five (from what i listed, since there's some shit i might have forgotten about) is probably the first four i listed, plus one of the other ones. maybe dunkirk or logan lucky would be the fifth. i don't know. the fifth could be a different one from the list on any different day. the top four i'm pretty confident in, though (my top four from that list, that is).

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:39:23 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink
haven't seen lost city of z, good time, ingred goes west, the salesman, logan lucky, norma, or wind river but i dug the rest of the films you listed. been looking for new movies to watch so i'll look into the ones i haven't seen. there's been a lot of disappointments this year for me though.

what about logan, john wick chapter 2, wonder woman, split, okja, or detroit? any opinions on those? i haven't seen detroit yet but i thought the rest were good.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:43:57 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink
colossal was cool too but i can't remember if that was this year or 2016.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:55:38 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
logan - i was disappointed in this one. can't really point out the flaws right now in my mind, and it's been so long since i saw it, i can't remember it well enough to comment. i just remember feeling dissatisfied. could have been better.

john wick chapter 2 - never been a fan of this series. the stakes are typically so low. it's like watching my friends play call of duty. it's boring. keanu shoots henchman 1 in the head, then he shoots henchman 2 in the head. what do you think he's going to do to henchman 3? oh, right. he shoots him in the head. it's literally like watching a video game. the action sequences are hella boring, because the guys making it (who are irl stuntmen) are great at action, but not great at conflict, suspense, etc. -- the stuff that makes the action worthwhile. action for action sake is not entertaining (see: michael bay's terrible movies). the only time i gave a shit in the movie was when he fought common, because there was an actual worth adversary for once. the stakes were there. there was real conflict between them. unresolved issues. all the stuff that makes scenes good. the rest of the movie, like its predecessor, was painfully boring to me, though.

wonder woman - this movie had so many problems, from a directorial standpoint (i.e. when the soldiers arrive in wonder woman's land, where the hell did that battle cruiser go? it just disappeared into thin air, like the director forgot all about it, halfway through the sequence. think about that for a moment: the thing that brought the most tension to the scene was left out of the battle scene...). and that third act - like all DC movies - was a complete deflated balloon. these guys really need to fix their villain/3rd act problem, because the DC movies have all had terrible villains, ever since nolan left. the main character was cool, though. it's just too bad she was put in such a shitty movie.

split - i enjoyed this one. haven't seen an m. night shamalagwoiughnb movie in a while. this one was good, and i'd recommend it. not in my top movies list, but worthwhile. the trailer unfortunately spoils the shock moment of the climax.

okja - haven't seen it. i always have so much shit to watch, when i'm home, and netflix is such a fucking abyss to fall into. i have trouble watching netflix stuff. i nearly watched this the other night, but ended up watching some black mirror, instead.

detroit - this was absolutely terrible. probably the worst movie i've seen this year. my one friend walked out, it was so bad. it's an embarrassing film. borderline torture porn. there are so many problems with this movie. jesus. why did they make this, rather than just make a documentary? it's a real problem in hollywood. also, oddly enough, there was some real editing/directing problems with this one. a character would walk in the room, seeming like a good guy, but then be a bad guy two cuts later, and it took forever to figure out which side he was on. and not in a "the situation was complicated, so there were ambiguous characters" kind of way. more in a "the director fucked that scene up" kind of way. fuck this movie. seriously, fuck this movie.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:58:09 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
colossal was cool too but i can't remember if that was this year or 2016.

i was disappointed in that one. the characters - especially jason sudeikas' (or however you spell his name, i hate that guy) - lacked clarity in a lot of scenes. he'd just act weird a lot. and i know there's a lazy excuse that can be given that the character was an alcoholic, but it wasn't consistent with that. the writing of the characters seemed poor to me. i don't know. this movie was just off to me.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 1:59:43 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
you want to see a real good movie? watch this one:



one of my fav movies from last year. didn't get a lot of attention, but, shit, it was good. highly, highly recommended.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 2:22:23 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink
hmm i can agree with pretty much all of your complaints actually. i also didn't see any of those in theaters aside from logan and was kind of half watching a couple of them while doing something else so i wasn't really focusing on them or looking at them with a critical eye at the time. i thought the john wick movies were entertaining eough, but again it's not like they had my full attention. i actually didn't see the trailer for split before seeing the movie so it was all still surprising to me. definitely his best film in a long time though.


i wouldn't say that i felt dissatisfied with logan, but maybe empty? it was just such a depressing film. i liked it for what it was, but i don't think i'd ever want to watch it again you know?

it's a real shame to hear that about detroit, i might still watch it just to experience how bad it is. call me a masochist, lol.

i really just dug the concept of colossal, i thought it was a pretty fresh/original film. i didn't like i didn't like jason sudeikis in colossal or him as an actor though, period. i was watching that show 'last man on earth' that he's in and that's one of the most unfunny shows i've ever seen in my life. every single character is annoying as fuck and all the curse words are replaced with censored alternatives. it's like a low brow comedy version of walking dead without the zombies.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 2:27:02 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink
man i haven't even heard of age of shadows, but it's got 100% on RT so i'll definitely check it out. i'm really bad at keeping up with new movies i usually only see 10-15 throughout the year and then in november/december i'll look up what the most well received films that i missed out on were and watch those. there's just so many and a lot of them have pretty forgetful titles which certainly doesn't help lol.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 3:14:00 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
definitely check out age of shadows. a south korean spy movie. some parts are like hitchcock. some are like tarantino (see: the train sequence). it's just a great film.

also, a separation, by asgar farhatti, if you haven't seen it. total masterpiece. not even trying to bring hyperboles around right now. a separation is one of the best movies of this decade, without question.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 3:15:35 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
it's really weird to say that my two fav films of the year star robert pattinson. that's not a fact i could have guessed in january, lol.

i actually didn't see the trailer for split before seeing the movie so it was all still surprising to me.

yeah, the trailer showed macavoy crawling up the wall. totally spoiled that.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 3:20:00 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
eseph, apparently it comes at night is a good horror film from this year. i don't fuck with horror, so i can't comment, but my best friend just said it was a good one. i'd recommend checking out that and raw, if you're looking for some good 2017 horror movies.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 3:29:41 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink
i'll watch em both at some point, definitely in the mood for age of shadows right now based on how you described it so i'll check that out first. i've also wanted to see lost city of z for a while, you might have mentioned it before on here actually.

i actually didn't see the trailer for split before seeing the movie so it was all still surprising to me.

man that's fucked up, movie trailers have gotten increasingly worse over the last decade or so but there's always been some bad ones that give away too much. i remember the trailer for castaway which straight up gives away the ending and shows him getting home.. hmm i wonder if he made it off that island? watching a trailer before seeing a movie has the potential to completely change your experience watching it.

i've actually never seen any films with robert pattinson aside from the 4th harry potter movie so i have no idea if he's a good actor or not lol. i don't even know what else he's been even in aside from twilight and lost city of z.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 3:37:17 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
rob pats is the star of good time, as well. very good movie. see the trailer above.

man that's fucked up, movie trailers have gotten increasingly worse over the last decade or so but there's always been some bad ones that give away too much. i remember the trailer for castaway which straight up gives away the ending and shows him getting home.. hmm i wonder if he made it off that island? watching a trailer before seeing a movie has the potential to completely change your experience watching it.

yeah, it's pretty bad, nowadays. i distinctly remember seeing some trailers this weekend, when i went to ingrid goes west and good time, and realizing that the trailer i just watched spoiled the ending in the same cast away way you explained above. it's so stupid. there's a whole art to making an actual good trailer, but most companies are far too lazy for it. they'll even compromise the ending of the film, if it'll catch the audience's interest.

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necro is another great example of a producer whos great at finding/picking dope samples and then just basic looping them and putting basic drum machine drums over them. his snares are sometimes too thin too. the thing is the samples are so dope that the beats soound great initially but get repetitive fast as they dont change up much or at all.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 3:45:57 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
necro is another great example of a producer whos great at finding/picking dope samples and then just basic looping them and putting basic drum machine drums over them. his snares are sometimes too thin too. the thing is the samples are so dope that the beats soound great initially but get repetitive fast as they dont change up much or at all.

the power of compilation compels you! the power of compilation compels you!

filter out the mediocre/bad beats, and edit the good ones down to a shorter time length. you're good.

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^yup

this thread made me realize its time for me to get all the instrumentals and switch to those. his subject matter is too base and demoralizing for me these days.

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Damn good post I want to see this flick.

Co-sign this year being a shit year for movies. I haven't been less to the cinema (sorry I cant call it theater) than in probably 10 years.

Last weekend I saw baby driver. It was aaight. 2/3 were cool, the end was cheezy.

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posted Wednesday, September 06, 2017 4:50:37 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
baby driver was maybe the most hype movie of the year for me and my friend - it's either that or lost city of z for most hype - but the ending ruined it. i agree.

fortunately, lost city of z didn't disappoint.

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The romance story was my only big knock on Baby Driver. It felt forced and out of place. The driving and action scenes were pretty badass. I dug both Logan and Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman was entertaining as an origin story. Logan was hella depressing but had a great plot, dope graphic actions scenes, and that kid actor was impressive. Neither movie was next level mind blown but both were good watches.

I don't go to the theater often but making a point to see IT. Either one of you heads anticipating watching it? It's gotten pretty good reviews so far.

As far as Necro goes, I Need Drugs is a personal classic. I went HAM with him back from '00 to '03. Had damn near every release. His production was always been top shelf to me while his emceeing went from entertaining and tolerable when i was younger to hard to listen to nowadays.

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Even though his subject matter is whatever, I still like his flow, but yeah, I'd love to hear someone else flow over Necro beats.

For the time frame Necro was popular, I'd say it's okay he just did simple loops, I mean he could've gone deeper, but we were still advancing through the 2000s. Well some of us were.

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posted Thursday, September 07, 2017 2:33:39 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for 88
No interest in seeing it, tbh. I just don't fuck with horrors.

The timing is brilliant though. They're going to get the stranger things audience as well as the Stephen King audience, what with dark tower just being released.

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to clarify, i like necro. hes an amazing producer just based on his ear for samples and ability to make dope beats out of them. hes good at basslines too and pretty creative with vocal clip samples etc. he dosnt just loop samples. sometimes he uses synths and has had live musicians on many projects-so he has been creative. as a rapper hes dope and has the flow, above average lyrics, intensity, passion, varying subject matter even- just too dark and angry to listen to a lot.hes a dope artist. an important artist who broke ground, innovated shit and has his own sound.

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if they remade full metal jacket Ron could play Private Piles.

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