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Posted 10 February 2014 - 09:08 PM

Well, specifically at the cinema, the last movie I saw was Skyfall. I simply don't have anything to say about it apart from, masterpiece. The best James Bond to date.


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Posted 10 February 2014 - 09:10 PM

Oblivion


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Posted 10 February 2014 - 09:19 PM

The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug


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Posted 10 February 2014 - 09:30 PM

Post more than just the title, f*ckers.


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Posted 15 February 2014 - 03:15 PM

Post more than just the title, f*ckers.


Never heard of that film before, d*ckhead.

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Posted 15 February 2014 - 04:01 PM

 

Post more than just the title, f*ckers.


Never heard of that film before, d*ckhead.

 

Perhaps you've heard of one of the 60+ films I've posted a review for in this topic? If not, you might be able to pick one thanks to the actual content found in each review.

 

Also, I'm pretty sure I'm in the right here seeing as "Post more than just the title, f*ckers" was the subtitle of this topic until just a few weeks ago. Dickhead.

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Posted 15 February 2014 - 05:28 PM


 

Post more than just the title, f*ckers.

Never heard of that film before, d*ckhead.
 
Perhaps you've heard of one of the 60+ films I've posted a review for in this topic? If not, you might be able to pick one thanks to the actual content found in each review.
 
Also, I'm pretty sure I'm in the right here seeing as "Post more than just the title, f*ckers" was the subtitle of this topic until just a few weeks ago. Dickhead.

Maybe be a less of c*nt next time, before karma comes and get you.

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Posted 18 February 2014 - 01:01 AM Edited by W3BB13, 18 February 2014 - 01:02 AM.

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I finally watched The Usual Suspects last night for the first time. I thought it was a great movie.

 

I'm sure most of you have probably heard about it by now, but in case you haven't, it's basically a film about five guys who get together for a couple of jobs. I really don't want to spoil anything for those of you who haven't already watched it, but at the end of the movie you find out that nothing is really what it seemed in the beginning.

 

I'd definitely recommend it to anyone. Also, if you've ever seen the name "Keyser Soze" around the internet (I have several times), this movie is where that name came from.


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Posted 20 February 2014 - 03:35 PM

Breathless (Ddongpari)

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It's South Korean and it's one of the best movies I've ever seen. This movie made me cry a lot too, I would recommend it to everyone. IMDB summary "A bitter and abusive debt collector finds some relief when he meets a high school girl." 


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Posted 02 March 2014 - 01:17 AM Edited by 69_black_69, 02 March 2014 - 01:20 AM.

Just watched Frozen,

It's Disney, you know, with Princesses and sh*t, but not gonna lie, I'm male, 20 and i f*cking love this movie so hard. I found it pretty much better than any movie i've seen that year.

There's some catchy music, funny moment, and happy and sad situation. Yes, it look like a typical Disney flick, but this movie is so much fun! Great animation and the snow looks awesome. 

I mostly didn't enjoy musical, but this time i didn't mind, because everything is beautiful. Left me with a feeling of wanting more kind of this sh*t.

 

I've watched Gravity, and yes it was great, but i'd pick Frozen anyday.


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 07:17 AM

Lone survivor

It's a movie about a Seal team who get's into a no win situation in Afghanistan. Notable actors are: Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster (my favorite) and Alexander Ludwig. This movie is based on a true story. It is nothing like that piece of crap film "Act of Valor"

I cried. I mean I f*cking cried in front of all my friends. It was an awesome movie and I was not the only one in tears.

watch it. watch it now.


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 02:12 AM

This topic's dying a death at the moment.

 

The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

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I remember seeing the trailer for this years ago, just before it came out, and the person sat next to me just burst out laughing with "That's the title of an awful porn film if I've ever heard one" when the title screen appeared. And it stuck with me. I've never been able to consider that this was an actual horror film that wasn't a joke.

That was, until today. There's nothing special about why, I just saw on a list of horror movies that it had a pre-superstar Bradley "Hasn't set a foot wrong since starting Silver Linings Playbook" Cooper in it.

If you're able to get past the innuendo, Midnight Meat Train is a very literal title. There's a train. It runs in the middle of the night. And there's a certain kind of meat involved on said train. If you've ever seen a horror film, chances are you can figure out that it's not beef.

To be fair to the film, it's pretty solid on the most part. It's very standard, but it's solid. Bradley Cooper's performance as a photographer involving missing people carries it mostly, alongside an otherwise mediocre cast in an urban legend come to life. Vinnie Jones co-stars, if you can call an all-psyical and zero-verbal performance a "starring" role.

Fans of the genre won't be disappointed in the explicitness of some of the horror. One scene depicts a butchering that most will watch through their fingers; extended, locked-off shots focus on some body horror that'd make Saw franchise directors gag a little. Nothing really gets held back in that department, and the film really kicks it up into the highest gear right at the end with some crazy changes of pace as the film veers into ridiculousness.

Midnight Meat Train is a fast and firm encounter with some incredibly explicit acts that really earn it its 18/Adult rating. Its lack of inhibitions and pounding pace that ramps up in intensity before delivering an ultimately disappointing ending will leave viewers feeling a little disappointed in themselves for enjoying it.

 

 

You're Next (2013)

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Home invasion films are a dime a dozen. It's one of the quintessential fears of middle-class America it seems, and that fills seats and sells DVDs. With so much competition it's an effort to stand out. You want to aim less for The Purge which was universally panned, The Strangers which got mixed reviews (some of it was brilliant, personally speaking) and go more for something of the same quality as Funny Games.

 Horror as a genre tries to tap into something primal in your brain, and I'm convinced fear of a home invasion is somewhere in there. Even the toughest person's been home alone at night and heard something thud or creak somewhere in the house and felt that small gut punch of anxiety. Nearly every time it's nothing. It was probably just a pipe creaking or the damn cat, but no matter how many times you rationalise that, you still have to have a careful look around each room before you go off to bed and "forget" to turn the lamp off.

You're Next pulls off what I think The Strangers did so well. Building a sense of fear and dread is something that's common to every horror picture. It's the promise that a film-maker makes for the rest of the film. Sometimes they make a big promise and can't deliver. Director Adam Wingard makes a few we've heard before in the setup: a girl goes to a gathering of her new boyfriends family in a big house in the middle of an area where you have to drive to your next-door neighbour's house. It has a couple of false scares towards the start ("Oh it's just you!"), but once things start to get heated the sense of fear goes full throttle. These people are scared, they don't know what's happening to them or why, and neither do you. Some brilliantly voyeuristic cinematography breeds an atmosphere of paranoia and impending doom.

Some quick and clever editing leaves you guessing a lot of the film. It's a struggle to keep track of how many attackers there are, with their uniform of black tactical clothing and those standard issue horror movie animal masks. If you're paying attention you'll be able to figure it out quickly, but good luck with that when the sh*t is truly hitting the fan in from all directions.

At a key point we're given an inkling or partial clue as to why it's all happening, and that's when the promise ends and the delivery has to step up. Where The Strangers failed to deliver, You're Next makes a smart move and shifts the tone of the film, if only slightly. Many will disagree, but it takes on an air of dark humour towards the second and third act and it's like an unexpected Christmas gift: you didn't get what you were expecting exactly but you're still smiling.

It's no Cabin in the Woods or Shaun of the Dead in terms of comedy. If you're a fan of horror you'll be clued in enough to get some laughs out of it, and if not you can just sit back, grip the arm of the sofa and strap in, 'cos you're in for one hell of a blood soaked ride.


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 07:31 AM

Hunger Games: Catching Fire.. God these films are sh*t.. 

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 09:03 AM

Hunger Games: Catching Fire.. God these films are sh*t.. 

Yea nothing like the books. Still no mention of Avoxes, among many other story flaws. I am sorry for their loss of such a great actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and would like to see who they cast for the next film.... but that is about as interesting as they get.

I just watch RoboCop... very well put together, and an awesome remake. They did very well, surprisingly.

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Posted 11 March 2014 - 02:00 AM

On a horror kick:

 

In Fear

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Ever since the American classic Deliverance appeared way back in 1972, being lost in the woods with unseen local pursuers has been a staple of suspenseful thrillers. In Fear is a very British/Irish take on the set up.

Directed by Jeremy Lovering, In Fear takes new couple Tom (Iain De Castecker) and Lucy (Alice Englert) deep into the Irish countryside on their first weekend away together when they soon find themselves not only lost but being purposely led in circles by some mysterious tormentor. As the sun sets fears reach a head and the stakes rise as the couple tear into each other as well as those who would scare them.

The concept of getting lost in the countryside and having someone mess with you isn't exactly the newest idea under the sun, but in this debut picture from Lovering he manages to keep it pretty fresh. Bleak open moorlands giving way to the densely forested, claustrophobic back lanes reinforces the sense of isolation and the descent into a dark hell that only the locals can win in.

A mixture of unsettlingly close shots and repeated scenery (90% of the set is identical roads and the couple's car) breeds an atmosphere of distrust between both each of the character and the audience with them. These people barely know each other, and it's obvious. Tom and Lucy only met two weeks ago, and the fact that they don't quite click becomes apparent rather quickly. For once, it's actually commendable to the actors to be able to say there's no chemistry, because there isn't meant to be.

It might just be two duelling banjos away from a cliche, but In Fear delivers on its promise to put the anxiety of being lost in the woods back into your heart.

Diddleing ding ding ding ding ding diiing...


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Posted 11 March 2014 - 10:58 PM

I'm sorry, I blame myself for the people posting just the title and then walking away.  It's my job as a led by to remind everyone that if you just post the title, and don't at least write one sentence or god forbid a paragraph, that you will be reported for spam.  I'm sorry it took nearly a month to post this.

 

It's really not that hard just to type...

"I watched Spider-Man, with Tobey McGuire.  I liked it because Spider-Man is cool."

 

 

Seriously.  That's it.  That counts.  Or you can write more if you want.

 

Anyway, the last movie I watched was exactly that, Spider-Man.  I enjoyed it the first time I saw it, in theaters, like everyone else.  As time went on I enjoyed it less, but I still like it.  I kind of prefer The Amazing Spider-Man to the 2002 movie, but mostly just because McGuire's voice makes me want to punch a baby.  I never thought that Kirsten Dunst was a good Mary-Jane.  Maybe it's just the way they wrote her, but she just doesn't seem like the MJ that every comic book fan has fallen in love with at least one time in their lives.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:29 PM Edited by darthYENIK, 12 March 2014 - 07:59 PM.

Just finished The Wolf of Wall Street.

 

[mod edit]: Please, post more than the title, as I just explained in the post before yours.  It's not hard to add one more sentence to your post.

 

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 04:21 AM Edited by Slamman, 13 March 2014 - 04:38 AM.

I watched two movies in a row, basically, A somewhat odd gem of oddity, 1988 I think it was, Warm Summer Rain with actress Kelly Lynch of Drugstore Cowboys fame. She really doesn't show up often but you get a major eyeful of her in this movie, but if you can get beyond what is considered a B flick, the story ends with more reveals about the character that turn the expectations of what's going on as the story unfolds. Wasn't expecting much to be honest, but it is generally good given it went under the radar.

 

The other was the much better, well received; Curious Case of Benjamin Button with Brad Pitt and Julia Ormand as well as Cate Blanchett. You can't go wrong with this David Fincher movie, which runs I think, just over 3 hours.

 

I had to be up to the extended human drama, in the mood for the epic tale, but it looks so awesome just from the cinematography, the emotion within the story isn't lost. I recommend this for most of the family to view, I would certainly not extend that to Warm Summer Rain however!

 

Also opted to see a 1971 horror flick On Demand called See No Evil, interesting, I think this one came on the heels of Rosemary's Baby for Mia Farrow at the time, who stars.

 

You're Next does look like a novel take on the concept, I've been meaning to see it. I have On Demand that allows a great many free movies as well as all the Encore and Sundance, IFC, Flix channels as part of my newly setup cable, and I love it to be honest, but it's basically $100 a month, so getting movies and music whenever ain't cheap, but it's good. A major issue are movies are mostly unheard of, as far as what I'd seen promoted in my locale.

 

In Fear is getting adverts a plenty on my cable as well. I'm not much of a horror buff, I prefer action and comedy the most, with drama in third, but I've loved Stephen King for ages, and part of that is how he creates characters that have real character about them, he once said he sets up most all his stories as  Normal People in Extraordinary situations, whether that's horror or not isn't as much a factor, but I think you'll find using that helps you accept the various situations, where the fiction becomes reality.

 

Looking up at the earlier reviews, that Meat Train is also On Demand if any of you have those free movie cable deals, you can see it for free! Clive Barker's been notable for years now, Stephen King gave him an endorsement early on as he was coming on the scene. A writer with his movies hoped to spawn a new era in horror.... HELLRAISER as I recall, his most notable probably.

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:20 AM

I watched The Iceman, a film that kinda flew under the radar last year but it's actually pretty damn good. The main complaint people had with it was that it bent the truth a little too much (it's based on a True Story), but apart from that, the cast was damn good, it was very well acted and was just good to watch, a nice side story to the usual mob events of the 60s and 70s by focusing on the contract killer instead, plus it's worth it to hear Ray Liotta do his Tommy Vercetti voice again after all these years! And that ending song, damn:

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 11:02 PM Edited by Bat Guano, 16 March 2014 - 11:03 PM.

Last movie I watched was Mama. Kinda of old news.
It simply won't worth your time, is a horror movie that doesn't scares. I watched it with my mom(a horror movie fan) and she even laughed at one part it was supposedly "spooky". The premise is good, but it wasn't well done.

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 10:17 PM Edited by Brobinski, 20 March 2014 - 10:18 PM.

Only Lovers Left Alive

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Vampire movies take on a lot of forms. Nosferatu set the standard in the 20s as an expressionist film. Buffy made it all into a bit of a laugh. The Blade films are better forgotten than remembered. And the Twilight series took the classly, immortal damned folk and made them into sparkly whiners.

Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive takes a subtler and slower approach than most. Vampires are few and far between in OLLA, with the titular lovers Adam (Tom Hiddleston) and Eve (Tilda Swinton) (yes, they really are called Adam and Eve... I know) spending years apart from each other at a time. When you're already centuries, maybe more, old and you've got a good chance of living forever you can take a bit of time for yourself away from everyone.

Adam and Eve tend to form two sides of the same coin. Adam secludes himself and becomes world weary. He creates and inspires for centuries but grows tired of humanity's self sabotage and destruction. Eve sees the beauty in the world and friendship, choosing instead to see the world's cycles that even the immortal can't escape.

Hiddleston and Swinton are the emotional core of this film where plot is sparse. The two take on their roles as the proto-hipsters of culture and long term partners wonderfully. Hiddleston is brooding and listless as if his immortality stopped him aging during his nihilistic 16-year-old phase and Swinton brings a marvellous agelessness quality to Eve. She has this strange ability to look both extremely young and old at the same time. A truly youthful expression on a slightly aged face is exactly what's needed and it's exactly what she brings.

A moody and sulking soundtrack compliments the visual design amazingly well. I'll usually say a great soundtrack is just one part of the atmosphere and you shouldn't be drawn out by it, but the music by Jozef van Wissem and Sqürl is nearly a characters in itself. Alongside the visuals (which peaks in the costuming of the central characters), the music and philosophical conversations between the lovers Only Lovers Left Alive feels like one of the most artistic vampire films for a long, long time.

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 11:16 PM

Finally watched Gravity.

Incredibly boring movie to be totally honest, and Sandra Bullock's character has got to be the luckiest person in history to have survived so many near death experiences, one after the other. The special effects were brilliant though and the soundtrack not too shabby. Overall though, very disappointing and just mediocre in my opinion.

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 04:48 AM Edited by GunWrath, 22 March 2014 - 04:49 AM.

I watched The Iceman, a film that kinda flew under the radar last year but it's actually pretty damn good. The main complaint people had with it was that it bent the truth a little too much (it's based on a True Story), but apart from that, the cast was damn good, it was very well acted and was just good to watch, a nice side story to the usual mob events of the 60s and 70s by focusing on the contract killer instead, plus it's worth it to hear Ray Liotta do his Tommy Vercetti voice again after all these years! And that ending song, damn:
 

 

 

(Iceman)

 

Yes, I watched this last night and I must say, Micheal did a beautiful acting job, obviously overlooked during the Oscars review board.. I think a nomination would of been swell enough.

 

Anyways, I basically have the same opinions on the movie as the quoted poster but this film from the beginning captures you and there may be some moments that sort of drift off but then you get sucked back into it. Ray Liotta, though it seems his acting career has become a bit blurry over the last few years, he certainly came across as his old days in this film. He felt like the Ray we've all seen in Goodfellas but with a darker side. Winona Ryder did well too, though her role as the wife really didn't leave much room for great parts but she sold it.

 

Definitely a must watch, atleast on a Sunday afternoon of boredom. 

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 04:52 AM

Watched 12 years a slave. It was really good although I am starting to think that the Lupita girl getting the oscar was done because the voters were fearing racial backlash if the gave it to Lawrence. Because if it came down to my vote Jennifer would have won it. But idk everyone has their opinion.

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 06:04 AM

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I don't know why I waited this long to finally watch the movie, but I heard the bluray edition released a few days ago so I went for it. Not a single regret, I honestly have never seen a movie with Leonardo since Titanic.. and already I was amazed with his talents in this one along with Jonah Hill and of course Matthew McConaughey. I wish I could say a lot more about this film but it's still fairly new and it's nothing I want to spoil, but this actually did teach me a little lesson, and as a guy in his late teens this is the kind of message I really needed. 

 

Still wish he won that Oscar though, his performance here proves just how badly he needs to win one.

 

8/10, best movie I've seen in practically over a year.

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Posted 24 March 2014 - 08:47 PM

Watched Jurassic Park /// again.
Fun movie to put on now and then, but as a diehard JP fan I always wanted more from the plot. Never understood how so many people think it is better than the second movie, that one had a far better story, as well as dinosaur action, directing, cinematography, characters, dialogue, and soundtrack.
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Posted 24 March 2014 - 11:21 PM

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Europa Report-

 

I was looking for a space movie to watch and stumbled across this.. I'm normally not a fan of 'found footage' movies but this one was actually decent. I wouldn't say it's the best space movie out there but they did a pretty decent job at it. The plot was good and it had to deal with science more than just 'Hey, let's destroy this asteroid before it destroys earth' type deal.

 

Film sets on the first manned mission to Europa to find signs of life in it's vast waters under the ice. For those that don't know, Europa is one of Jupiter's moons and one that holds a very possible habitat for life. Should check it out.. plus it has that dude from District 9, Elysium and A-Team.


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Posted 29 March 2014 - 12:10 AM Edited by Slamman, 29 March 2014 - 12:13 AM.

A good number of films I wished were on my On Demand cable service, only if you get paid channels do you get their back-catalog, in my case, Sundance and Encore I get as part of my package.

 

I watched middle to the end of Robert Downey Jr. in Chaplin, and I have to say, even if you're not particularly interested in his bio, it's still rather moving and sad, and many feel Downey in the RIGHT role always shines, and this is certainly one of his best.

 

http://en.wikipedia..../Chaplin_(film)

 

Speaking to the postings above, Jurassic Park III, I liked it as well, but I would say that comparable to resurrecting Indiana Jones, I think it needed to be, but still would please die hard fans preferring something to nothing, and in these cases, original cast members makes a MASSIVE difference to me!


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Posted 29 March 2014 - 03:21 PM

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What can I say, beautiful, beautiful film. I've never read the book but I thoroughly enjoyed this one. The cinematography alone was brilliant I think. The story, tragic and depressing but the writer and director sold the story well. Shows how brutal slavery really was and how some masters were caring while others not so caring. I can't really say Brad Pitt did a great job, he had about 10mins if that of on screen time and his voice in it was a bit irritating but either way, the lead actor did an awesome job. Oh yeah, Michael Fassbender, this is his 3rd film with director Steve McQueen and there's nothing I need to say about Michael, the dude is brilliant.

 

After watching this, I ended up googling McQueen films and noticed the film 'Hunger' starring Fassbender, so I watched it as well, another great film.

 

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Posted 29 March 2014 - 10:08 PM

Captain America 2.

 

Has anyone else taken the time to set u their watchlist on iMDB? I've currently racked up 880 titles, but still finding more that I've previously forgotten about.





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