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papanesta

Last Movie You've Seen

Crokey

Please post more than just the title. 

 

We don't need a War and Peace essay on the film, but at least give a couple of sentences of good and bad points and even throw in a rating if you want to, as long as you give some rationale.

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piko

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This is a movie I should have watched ages ago but have somehow put off until this day. Edward Norton pulls off a wonderful performance as the neo-nazi skinhead Derek who is determined to stop his younger brother Danny from taking the same path in life he did. If you haven't seen this yet, do yourself a favor and watch it immediately.

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LiangHuBBB

Watched The Ritual 2017 today, went in with no high expectations and I was rly surprised by how good this movie was.

The pace at how the tense was building up was paced rly well.

No cheap jump scares, just the overall movie atmosphere made this so creepy and scary to watch.

I highly recommend this movie to any horror fan.

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Batman Who Laughs

First time I've saw it. And honestly, I wasn't impressed.

 

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Femme Fatale

Lethal Weapon, I'm sure y'all know how awesome it is.

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gooeyhole

Rambo (2008)

 

Stallone said f*ck it. Fuuuck it. Children mutilated, just pure bloodshed, and it's not to help a greater story in the end, it's unfiltered brutality. Makes Rambo look like a psychopath. It's a must watch, but it's not a good movie.

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feckyerlife

Rambo (2008)

 

Stallone said f*ck it. Fuuuck it. Children mutilated, just pure bloodshed, and it's not to help a greater story in the end, it's unfiltered brutality. Makes Rambo look like a psychopath. It's a must watch, but it's not a good movie.

how does it make him a psychopath? vengeful yes, psychopath no.

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JaberDoe

Last movie I saw was The Big Sick.

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Really disliked it, honestly. Although it's supposed to be a true story, it was oh-so cliche.

I hated most of the characters here. Even the side character's mannerisms were cringey.

 

Kumail's performance was horrible, but Zoe, Romano and Hunter did real good. Ray Romano and Hunter especially.

 

I'd give it 4/10 stars for the little bit of actually funny comedy that was there.

 

 

Planning to watch Warrior (2011) this weekend.

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Skeever

American Psycho... f*cking terrific movie.

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gooeyhole

 

Rambo (2008)

Stallone said f*ck it. Fuuuck it. Children mutilated, just pure bloodshed, and it's not to help a greater story in the end, it's unfiltered brutality. Makes Rambo look like a psychopath. It's a must watch, but it's not a good movie.

 

how does it make him a psychopath? vengeful yes, psychopath no.It's more like we always knew Rambo had to do some bad sh*t but in the 2008 movie it's like here's what he really does, grabbing dudes by the throat and digging his fingers in until he can rip it open, shooting arrows into people's skulls, and it's realistic so the arrow goes through the temple and out the ear or some sh*t just the most brutal sh*t imaginable. In First Blood all his actions are sorta tied into a bow at the end where he's crying about his dead buddies in Vietnam, you don't get that moment in this movie. Edited by Mr_Rager

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Mister Pink

American Psycho... f*cking terrific movie.

 

I'm currently reading the book at the moment. Such a great film adaptation though! I had the pleasure of seeing it in the cinema a few years back. Few people came dressed as Patrick Bateman. I also enjoyed the Rules of Attraction which has Sean Bateman, Patrick's brother in it. It's been about 8 years since I seen it. It's got really polarizing reviews. People either love it or hate it so be warned if you decide to watch it.

https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/rules_of_attraction/

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Skeever

Ah yes, I've heard the book is pretty wild and controversial, which only makes me want to read it more. Apparently, much of the movie's dialogue comes directly from the book, which I like. The movie has some of the greatest dialogue I've ever seen, and Bale in particular did a great job delivering it.

 

I'll have to pick up the book sometime.

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Mister Pink

Ah yes, I've heard the book is pretty wild and controversial, which only makes me want to read it more. Apparently, much of the movie's dialogue comes directly from the book, which I like. The movie has some of the greatest dialogue I've ever seen, and Bale in particular did a great job delivering it.

 

I'll have to pick up the book sometime.

 

Yeah, I'm a short way into it but it's the film with more if that makes sense. Definitely worth reading so far.

 

Love this scene about Ed Gein..

 

 

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Richard Power Colt

Just watched Looper.

Damn this was a great film. I was invested from pretty much start to finish. Really loved how it used time travel to develop its characters. It's not as much about action as you'd expect.

 

Apparently it was from the same director as The Last Jedi. Say what you will about the story of that film, but I think both TLJ and Looper show that the guy really knows how to handle dramatic scenes. Everything just kinda hit the right emotional notes for me while watching both films(except for some scenes in TLJ, but I won't get into that).

 

Awesome film, highly recommend watching.

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LiangHuBBB

Yo guys, make sure to check out Darkland.

Whoever made this movie deserves an award.
Def. one of the better movies Ive watched since long.
The trailer doesn't tell you much which is a good thing.
Highly recommend this movie to anyone!

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piko

No country for old men, one of those big movies referenced in GTA V I hadn't seen yet. It was entertaining up until the end which I felt was disappointing and left too many things unanswered.

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Ivan1997GTA

Recently watched a comedy film from the early 60's known as "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", starring many comedians of the time, like Mickey Rooney, Buddy Hackett, Jonathan Winters and many more. It's pretty hilarious, one of my favorite scenes is where Jonathan Winters' character fights in the Ray & Irwin gas station. The videos where James Rolfe from Cinemassacre (who admitted this film as his favorite film of all time) explores the filming locations around southern California inspired me to see the movie. Man, times have really changed since 1963. I think this kind of story is perfect to happen in the middle of the 20th century (50's-60's). I can't see a film like this happening in the modern days, and if it did happen, then it would require lots and lots of changes. And that soundtrack...

 

"I know it may sound jerky,

but in Turkey

who eats turkey?"

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JaberDoe

I watched Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) just yesterday.

Loved it! A solid 9/10 for sure.

 

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My favourite thing about it was how they've made it seem like the entire thing was in one seamless cut. Really engages you in the moment of the character's drama.

Speaking of which, the writing is fantastic! Cynical, hilarious, and self-aware.

 

The performance, of course, are mostly great. Michael Keaton and Edward Norton were amazing!

Zack Galyfynakis (?) was also surprisingly good. Can't say the same about the others, but it is still good.

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Rafae

Black Panther

 

9/10

 

 

The cultural impact and dialogue of this movie.... good lord.

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JaberDoe

Black Panther

 

9/10

 

 

The cultural impact and dialogue of this movie.... good lord.

 

Too much?

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The Time Ranger

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Decided to watch Blade, never seen the entire movie before, just a few scenes out of context. The opening club scene is great. It really sets the tone for the movie. The action is sharp and brutal, Wesley Snipes plays the enigmatic and deadly blade very well.

 

Considering that Blade came out 20 years old it really holds up well. There is some dated cgi but apart from that it still looks good. It drags slightly near the end but is overall a fun watch. If you're looking for a brutal and bloody popcorn movie give blade a go.

 

Here's the opening club scene. NSFW

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JaberDoe

Man, that opening with the music is one of my favorite scenes ever!

Happy you enjoyed it!

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Leftist Bastard

Blade is unquestionably one of the most influential modern movies because that's where the super hero craze started.

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XxElBigMex913xX

Blade Runner 2049

f*ckin' loved that film!

 

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JaberDoe

Blade is unquestionably one of the most influential modern movies because that's where the super hero craze started.

 

If I'm not mistaken, it's the first successful Marvel film!

DC had Superman and Batman in the 70s and 90s, but Marvel had that horrible Nick Fury film.

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GTA-Biker

I watched Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 again today (this was the fourth time I watched it,I like GOTG movies a lot,other MCU movies too),and right now I'm watching Easy Rider again (I already watched it a few years ago).

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Leftist Bastard

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I have so much to say about this one it's ridiculous. I approached Mute with a lot of excitement because of the pedigree behind the film, and when the reviews started rolling I got slightly worried.

 

But by god did it deliver. It is not a perfect film - objectively speaking it has a lot of issues. The structure is weird, the pacing is all over the place to say the least - some of it's subject matters it handled without much finesse which I understand can turn people off. But despite all that, I loved the film. Loved it because it has some absolutely ingenious world building and characters.

 

The cyberpunk genre is deeply rooted in using the future to comment on the present. The scope and scale tends to be biblical and existential, focusing on the heft of questions such as the the definition of humanity and the up rooting nature of greed and capitalism. But Mute isn't about that, and because of that it feels less like a stage and more like a real world.

 

It is a soft, sweet and sentimental story told in a futuristic cyberpunk world. Set in dystopia but not about dystopia. It could have been set in any other setting and it would have worked, and strangely because of that it's a brilliant genre piece. It doesn't seek to overwhelm with neon lights and rain; it has a sort of ''slice of life'' vibe to it that makes the world feel plausible. There is so much to discern from the small details that it's certainly worthy of multiple viewings to say the least.

 

It's a gorgeous looking movie, blending in classic cyberpunk imagery with more familiar elements of modern day life to create it's own unique aesthetic.I love Blade Runner 2049; and objectively it's probably the better movie - but I might just prefer Mute. And I have a sneaky hunch that some of the incredibly negative reception has to do with people thinking they're getting another Blade Runner rather than its own unique thing.

 

Check it out. You might hate it, that's fine - but you might just end up loving it.

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gooeyhole

I just saw Mute too and thought it was great. Visually it was top notch for a Netflix budget movie, the world felt like a not so far away future, which made it even more of an unsettling place to be in. I felt Mute as a character worked, he wasn't played in the Ryan Gosling style of silent character, he's clearly emotional and you can feel what he's thinking by reading his face. I'm also glad this movie didn't just jam information down your throat, there's things implied about characters that aren't elaborated on because it isn't necessary to the story.

 

 

I have to admit though I almost wanted to redirect the last twenty minutes. It should have ended with Paul Rudd gurgling on his own blood, watching the monitor.The bridge scene was just physically awkward to me lol.

 

 

The critics f*cked up on this one man.

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Mister_Incredible92

Black Panther, it was a good movie but the story was a little basic so i'll rate it 8/10 in my opinion as a black person.My Co-workers got in their feelings just because i said it was an "alright" movie in my perspective smh. Then they talked trash about the DC films that i liked and what-not but whatever it's their opinion. You can't get mad over something that i don't like smh, i'm not you.

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JaberDoe

Watched The Man from Earth (2007) today.

 

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Interesting concept that's been explored well. However, I felt like it was written in the 90s and it's chuck full of cheesy 90s cliches.

So, dialogue is way too outdated, and since dialogue is pretty much the entire film, it leaves a bad taste.

 

Camera also seems like it's from a low-budget 90s flick, which I normally don't have an issue with, but can't they afford something just a little better with a 200k budget?

 

Overall, and interesting Sci-Fi that you could spend a weekend afternoon watching. 7/10

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Arrows to Athens

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