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  • Thorgrimm6

    Hey man, nice Bogie av, I'm a fan myself. :D

    27 Ago 19:48 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I didn't know about that. The fact that it could be used as a remote control doesn't surprise me much though. One day you'll probably be able to control every electrical machine with it. Maybe even close you car with it. :p I don't know any apps to be honest. I've had a lot of problems with money vanishing into thin air on my smartphone so I've avoided apps and internet. I see, I noticed the survey after you mentioned it. I think it's feasible. All they would have to do is a create tags like they did for the genres. That way you could get an idea of which countries you've seen most films of by simply using the filters.

    19 Ago 17:03 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Haha, now that would be an interesting development! What might become a real possibility is that you will be able to control household devices through your phone. Perhaps you could set the oven to make pizza. ;-) Free texts huh? I could use some free texts from time to time. One day we'll do it and meet up in Paris for real. Each will brings his favorite bottle of wine. I plan on watching more Kurosawa but not necessarily in the near future. I'm still discovering the huge world of French cinema atm. I'm very grateful to people who make a list of an actor's filmography. It's always nice to keep track of your favorite actors and what films you've seen with them. They just posted a survey on ICM where they ask the users what they would like to be changed/added. There's your chance to ask about a tag per country.

    18 Ago 20:32 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I find it strange that phones turned into mini computers. I wonder what they'll think of next. :p Yeah, I text most of the time but occasionally I use it to make a phone call as well. The young generation hardly uses phones to actually phone anymore. :p Do you use internet on your phone? Perhaps one day we'll visit Paris together. We'll just bring a bottle of Monbazillac and start strolling along the Seine. ;-) Wow, that's quite lot of movies! I've only seen Rashômon and Shichinin no samurai. Yeah, ICM has a lot of cool statistics. Those lists depend on the users though. There are so many idiots on there that make a list "All movies I've seen'. :p If everybody just made one useful list we would be in the clear in no time.

    18 Ago 15:41 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I had a great Nokia flip phone but I was having problems starting it up. Unfortunately there weren't any flip phones at the store so I had to buy a smartphone. Apparently they are bringing back some old Nokia models. Could be interesting in the future! Your "stalking" doesn't creep me out. I try to be careful with what information I put online because anyone can access it. I haven't been to the South of France. I would really love to visit Paris asap. It's silly that I live so close but haven't visited this legendary city. :p If you're into sweet wines you love 'Esmeralda". That's right, I don't think I've seen any bad movies by him. He's probably the director who I've seen the most movies of (Woody Allen is probably a close second). How about you?

    18 Ago 14:10 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Oh, I like shoutbox spam. Especially from interesting conversational partners like yourself. I forgot how good a stalker you were haha. I'm a real sweet tooth so Monbazillac is right up my alley. Not sure if I've tasted Jurançon before though. Last time I was in Spain I bought a lovely wine called "Esmeralda" from Torres Wines. Another great sweet wine.

    17 Ago 19:53 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Especially the money bills haha. In addition, we are living in a digital era. Almost everything is getting a digital counterpart that will slowly take the place of the original. Luckily there will always be nostalgic people who stick to the old fashioned methods. I was talking with a friend a while back that we both couldn't get our smartphones to work. We agreed that the old flip phones were more our style. That's true. I have enough on my plate with college atm. That's a nice way to think about it (I do tend to worry about things too much). If you haven't seen Rope then you should definitely put it on your watchlist. That movie is a masterpiece!

    17 Ago 19:52 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I just think it's weird and a bit terrifying that a piece of paper can have such a major influence on your life. Many skills can still be learned at the job itself and I have noticed that a having a diploma doesn't necessarily mean that you know what you're doing. It's true that it can boost your self-esteem though. Sounds like you're doing okay. :) I haven't got a clue where I'm going to work but I hope to have enough time for movies as well. Some of the films I've mentioned might not be your cup of tea but I think you could like Cul-de-sac. According to ICM I've seen 24 Hitch films.

    17 Ago 19:17 Responder
  • AZADIBOK

    Found you here: http://www.lastfm.de/music/Aynur/_/Ke%C3%A7e+Kurdan+%2F+K%C3%BCrt+K%C4%B1z%C4%B1 =)

    17 Ago 17:55 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I'm constantly being pushed to get a diploma. They say that you can't get a proper job without a degree, which is probably true. Glad to hear you landed on your feet though. What do you do in the family business? Yeah, it was a great movie. I loved the mix of languages in the first 40 minutes. I've seen lots of films of course. :) The most notable were Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, Cul-de-sac, L'homme de Rio, Orphée, La baie des anges, Lola. Oh, and I finally got around to watching Strangers on a Train but you've probably seen that one.

    17 Ago 13:04 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    You're the first college dropout I have met. Has if affected your chances to get a job? It would will be interesting in general to see how the world has evolved. Our grandchildren will probably be pissed at us because of all the natural disasters that are happening haha. I really loved Tombstone. Yup, the classic tale of Wyatt Earp at the O.K. Corral. Yeah, Val Kilmer films are either hit or miss but he's made some great ones. Never got around to watching The Doors film though. Watched 'Le Salaire de la Peur' last night btw. :)

    17 Ago 9:25 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    It might be handy to be an all rounder but specialists are needed. What did you study if I may ask? I don't think there will be much change in 10 years. Perhaps our grandchildren should take up the conversation many years from now. ;-) Waking up as a polyglot would be such a dream! Being able to travel the world and communicating with people from different cultures would be very cool. I have both The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and Rio Bravo on DVD. :) Haven't seen any of the others you mentioned though. I can recommend 'Tombstone' if you're looking for a good western. Loved Val Kilmer's performance in that one.

    16 Ago 16:10 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    And neither the scientific translator nor the translating will know exactly what he's doing. :p I actually saw a fun short with Françoise Dorléac in which she and her friends started a company that did every little task you didn't want to do. Perhaps the educational boards saw it and wanted their students to become all rounders haha. I'd rather learn French as a second language than Chinese. We'll probably won't be around to see another language take over though. Both films were good but the subtitles were definitely necessary! ^^ Have you seen any good films since last we spoke?

    16 Ago 9:42 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Thanks! :-) The current educational system gives you a try at everything without ever showing the real deal. I think students get confused by the amplitude of possibilities which, all in all, they know nothing about. We need good scientists and good translators not mediocre ones. :p I've always found it too easy to say that Chinese will take over because there are many native speakers. The most important thing, it seems to me, is the accessibility like you say. Not only is Chinese a huge change for the western civilized world, it also doesn't have the culture impact of the commonwealth. Chinese is a world player when it comes to economics but we are hardly ever exposed to the Chinese language. Their cultural heritage doesn't seem to go across the pond just yet. It was actually a film based on the work of Pagnol. It was a double feature: Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources. I find it much easier to say septante. There's less thinking involved haha. We sure do love our beers!

    15 Ago 22:46 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    The French dialects/accents can be a real pain the ass. I've seen a film that was set in Provence and they spoke very strangely. We learn basic French at school and aren't prepared for these things. Oh, I didn't know that. Do you guys say "septante" instead of "soixante-dix"? :) Haven't seen either of those films yet.

    15 Ago 19:55 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Instead of being really good at one thing they are delivering students who are mediocre at a bit of everything. I for one think this is a bad turn of events. Specialization is important and should not only be used in higher education but also in the later years of high school. English is a good lingua franca since it's easy to learn as you say. Some people say Chinese will take over that role in the future. What do you think? Oh yeah, I've hardly mastered English but I can hold up a conversation in English. Yes, that's definitely a benefit we have over most European countries and the USA. We are also pretty good at accents because we hear them constantly in movies and TV-shows. It's rather funny to hear the French talk English but it's horrid to listen to an American butcher the French language. :p My pleasure! Not many people are interested in languages and certainly not in Dutch haha.

    15 Ago 19:54 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    We started learning it at age 12 (and French at age 10). I only had two years of German and from a bad teacher so I can't really speak German. Don't like the language that much anyway. I learned English from watching too much television when I was a child. ^^ I learned to write it at school and by using the internet. Dutch people and Belgians can understand each other perfectly. Some words are different but that's about it. Both countries do have many dialects which are hard to follow if you're a foreigner. I can understand most Belgian dialects but hardly any Dutch ones. There are also some cultural differences but all in all we are pretty much the same. :-)

    15 Ago 14:47 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Yes, I have. I'm a fan of both Doris Day and Bacall so it was a must see. It's a bit slow but a good movie. Douglas really makes you believe that he can play the trumpet. It also features Hoagy Carmichael. I loved 'Paths of Glory', the story is so mindboggling! Yeah, there aren't that many famous WOI films. You had time to process that childhood trauma so perhaps now you can give it a chance again. ;-) It's such a beautiful language/culture. The main issue is that they are generalizing the education. The last few years of high school my father didn't have any sciences left and really focused on languages while I was still stuck with those sciences. Now they plan on making it even worse. It is true that my father was more exposed to French than my generation. English has taken over that role nowadays. I don't know why I thought English was an official language in Switzerland. It's such a global language haha. That's rather late.

    15 Ago 14:47 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    When my father left high school he could speak French fluently while my level of French is pretty low.. I'm trying to improve it by watching French films and listening to French music. Switzerland has same official languages as Belgium I think? I presume you are fluent in English and French then?

    15 Ago 8:41 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    After seeying her in 'To Have and Have Not' for the first time I wanted to see more of her work. I got to about 10 films and then it stagnated a little bit. Last film I saw her in was either 'Designing Woman' or 'Dogville'. Douglas made some great movies, including one with Lauren Bacall. :) Have you seen 'Paths of Glory'? That might be my favorite Douglas film. Yeah, Out of the past is a great film noir. Very sexy Jane Greer as well. :) I haven't seen that many myself but there are some real gems out there. Yeah, my tumblr kinda turned into a Dorléac blog a bit haha. There are many more pictures to come! I'm just a newbie when it comes to French cinema but I love it. I have Le Salaire de la Peur on my computer but have not yet watched it. La Grande Illusion was one of the first French classics I saw thanks to ICM. Belgian education is deteriorating and it's only going to become worse.

    15 Ago 8:41 Responder
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I am not amazing and I can hold a conversation.

Sometimes I drink without being thirsty.

The problem with the pursuit of happiness is that you're too busy to enjoy the scenery.

Asexual, far from intellectual...

Without mistakes, life would be a music

I like old films and foreign films and films.


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