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tomos:
La La Land
the lack of chemistry between the two really took away from it for me

wraith808:
La La Land
the lack of chemistry between the two really took away from it for me
-tomos (January 18, 2017, 02:58 PM)
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You mean Gosling and Stone?  I thought they had great chemistry.  It's amazing how multiple people can see the same movie, and have such wide-ranging differences in what they see.  I've heard them compared to the Golden Age greats.

tomos:
La La Land
the lack of chemistry between the two really took away from it for me
-tomos (January 18, 2017, 02:58 PM)
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You mean Gosling and Stone?  I thought they had great chemistry.  It's amazing how multiple people can see the same movie, and have such wide-ranging differences in what they see.  I've heard them compared to the Golden Age greats.
-wraith808 (January 18, 2017, 04:40 PM)
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I'm always conscious others may/will see it differently. So yeah, my take on it.
I thought they had great promise initially -- him being stroppy, her quirky. Maybe it just wasn't given enough time. I did enjoy the ending, thought that worked very well. It was in the main body of the film I thought the chemistry was lacking. I'm not big on the musical approach, so maybe that left me looking for too much elsewhere.
Some great melodies, songs, music though :up:

panzer:
Idiocracy
Moana
The IT crowd (series)

Tuxman:
Passengers. My first and probably my last 3D movie. Chris Pratt's lifeless face coming STRAIGHT TOWARDS ME OHMYGOSH.

I'd totally prefer a 3D J.Law porno.

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