Thanks hrotha. Guess I ruined what would be a nice experience. Will certainly watch it again in a few years by the correct order.hrotha said:BigMac: You shouldn't have watched them in that order, as the prequel trilogy assumes knowledge of the original trilogy. By watching them in that order, you're effectively ruining the original films for yourself.
The right order is IV, V, I, II, III, VI.
Or the Machete Order: IV, V, II, III, VI.
I saw it too and movie qualities aside, realization that all of it actually happened (and is probably happening) in real life is mind boggling.Oldman said:Saw Wolf of Wall Street last night...til this morning. Totally unprepared for a 3 hour ego piece by Scorcese's adopted son.
There was much well appreciated nudity to break up the pacing, however.
over here in Europe the regular price for a three hour movie is something like 15 (2D) to 20$ (3D)Tricycle Rider said:Dude, I'm assuming you paid full price for your movie ticket. How much is it up there yonder in WA State nowadays?
Down here in Eugene it's at least $8.50, $6.50 for a matinee.
(I remember the days when a matinee used to be $2.25...)
Germany. I just had a look, if I would watch the Wolf of Wall Street tomorrow evening the local Cinemaxx would charge me 12.50 EUR.BigMac said:Where do you live? I pay 4.50€ for a movie (2d), 8€ max for 3d (with glasses).
Then I guess it is comprehensible since lifestyle there is higher and so products are more expensive than southern european countries.search said:Germany. I just had a look, if I would watch the Wolf of Wall Street tomorrow evening the local Cinemaxx would charge me 12.50 EUR.
there are discounts on weekdays and for students of course, but that's the regular price
Almost 1k checks mate! That's just insane.Hugo87 said:Awesome, you will not regret it
Looking forward to see your "checks".
I'm going to add you, my nickname is the usual one... Hugo87
Nah... But I'm a cinephile, thank you.BigMac said:Almost 1k checks mate! That's just insane.
Thanks for adding me and will have a nice time going through your checks.
Philip Glass manBigMac said:I recomend those of you who have not already to watch Baraka and Koyaanisqatsi. Won't risk describing it, just witness these marvelous cinematographic and philosophic pieces by yourself. You won't regret it.
I recomend watching it using a home theater but if you can't, Baraka it on youtube with pretty good quality.
You certainly are a cinephile. You divert from the mainstream and have watched films I have never heard about in my life. Lol.Hugo87 said:Nah... But I'm a cinephile, thank you.
I just check movies that I watched from the beginning till the end and I have rated at IMDB, that's my personal rules. When I don't remember the full movie or I don't have it rated, I can't check it.
My guess you will become probably addicted to this website and try to stack some awards/prizes.
Ah yeah, Phil Glass is amazing!alspacka said:Philip Glass man
Bit late I guess the Little White Lies review of Tree of Life sums it up quite eloquently.
Also, I watched The Double yesterday and thought it was pretty great.