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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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Mister Pink
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Dude, what McDonalds are you eating at? Would love to hear than in my restroom. Might give me the f*cking creeps though. Depending on who's in there with me. 

 

I don't consider them jokes, let alone trying hard to be funny. Yeah, maybe light-hearted or just plain emphasizing a point of how f*cking crazy this guy is. That's OK, we can disagree :D

Edited by Mister Pinkerton

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JaberDoe

Rewatched The Matrix (1999) for it's 20th anniversary (man, I feel old)

 

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There's not much to say that people don't already know.  This movie is awesome.

It's smart.  The soundtrack rocks.  It oozes with style and can somehow pull of leather clothing and sunglasses indoors.

I'd say watch it but i'm pretty the entire planet has seen it multiple times!

 

But man, why does it have to be 20 years old already, damnit!

 

9.5/10

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Is this The Guy?
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Had to think about it a bit but no I don’t think I ever been in a McDonald’s Bathroom

 

Just saw Into the Spiderverse 3 times in the last 2 days and Wow what a great movie!

 

People talking about it being the best Spider-Man movie, this might be my favorite superhero movie period.

The animation was insane, the stories were great, and the voice acting was great.

 

Also loved the music and the sounds.  That background music playing while the Prowler was on screen just added to his menace.

Watched this scene so many times already.

 

 

Just saw Captain Marvel in the theaters, thought it was a good movie.

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Baserape

John Wick 2 redeemed itself.  The restroom music was forgivable this time. 

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spectre07

One of Stanley Kubrick's undisputed masterpieces and a true classic in horror cinema. 10/10

 

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Mister Pink
On 3/11/2019 at 12:21 PM, Purevil said:

John Wick 2 redeemed itself.  The restroom music was forgivable this time. 

I will never experience the restroom in McDonald's the same way again :D 

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DownInTheHole

Bumblebee.

 

Oh boy another 80s nostalgia trip but with robots oh wow never of that before.

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feckyerlife

Triple Frontier, not bad for what it is, but the movie steals the plot and ending of a straight to dvd movie called American Renegades, kinda surprised how unoriginal Netflix was in making this movie.  

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Lonely-Martin

A few more...

 

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

 

A great popcorn flick with the family. I do have a soft spot for this franchise really, the memories of the original Jurassic Park being actually quite tense aren't replicated here though for me. I found this to be good fun, excellent special effects too. Wasn't too keen on the subplot/twist with the little girl (no spoilers). Chris Pratt is clearly enjoying the role, but a couple of the 'good guy' supporting actors were a bit cheesy/annoying. A solid 8/10.

 

Ocean's 8

 

It was alright I guess. Just felt a bit slow and didn't really have any meat to it. A good cast that really didn't get used to the fullest I felt too. A good looking flick but wasn't my bag. 5/10.

 

Love, Simon

 

Our daughter made us watch this one, lol. A well acted decent teen flick but it wasn't really my kind of film either. Found it quite easy to drift in and out of. A good movie for my daughter though but give me Road Trip or the like any day. 5/10.

 

A Clockwork Orange

 

And one from yesteryear. Been a long time since I last saw this film as I saw it in my early 20's I think, maybe a touch earlier. I certainly don't remember laughing so much last time though, crikey. Also the first time the Mrs saw this flick, she was laughing too, though soon winced when Alex goes through the brainwashing experiment scenes.

 

This movie really is a bit of a gem. The violence hasn't aged too well, but Malcolm McDowell really was well cast here, such menacing eyes. The language is really quite funny, lol. 'Bit of the old in-out' ha ha. Plus the sounds of that moog synthesizer takes me back, love that sound! A true classic. 9/10.

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Mortal Engines (2018) - IMDb

 

This film was  ok to watch,  reminded of the the death star  scene to kill it with the final battle scene, so maybe the recycled star wars plot was to soon and the main characters not being to well known and the film being at the box office during a star wars and marvel film ruined it with audiences 

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I've recently watched two movies based on sketches from Saturday Night Live.

 

The Blues Brothers

A 1980 musical comedy about the titular Blues Brothers, Elwood and recently released from prison "Joliet" Jake, who are convicted felons sent on a mission from God to save the orphanage and redeem themselves. Along the way, the brothers get their band back together, and hijinks ensue. It's a great movie with plenty of funny moments and dialogue and a good soundtrack that features great music legends like James Brown, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. As the first SNL sketch based movie, it's really good, helped by the fact that it features two of the original cast members from the show: Dan Aykroyd and the late, great John Belushi. The rest of the cast is great too, like Cab Calloway, John Candy, Carrie Fisher, and the aformentioned music stars. The highlights for me, aside from the music, are the car chase scenes. This is a pretty timeless flick, in my opinion.

 

Wayne's World

This is a great comedy from 1992 that features two famous SNL cast members: Mike Myers as Wayne Campbell and Dana Carvey as Garth Algar, who make a great duo. It was even produced by Lorne Michaels! This movie, while not a musical, also contains a hefty amount of great music, including artists like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alice Cooper (who makes a special appearance as himself) and Queen (which got popular again thanks to scenes with "Bohemian Rhapsody"). Unlike the Blues Brothers, the story of which is relatively timeless, Wayne's World is a time capsule of the early 90's. The plot of Wayne and Garth making a record deal to have their cable access show sponsored by an arcade game business owned by Brian Doyle-Murray's character could only happen in the 90's, and I just don't see the movie's story happening today, with all the online media like YouTube and whatnot. My favorite scene in the movie would have to be Wayne and Garth spoofing various product placements. Aside from how this movie is pretty dated nowadays, I really recommend watching Wayne's World sometime.

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Guest Billy Russo

Rush Hour 2

 

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This to me is a flawless comedy film. It has the right amount of action, it has two very good leads with genuine chemistry, the storyline is easy to follow and all of the comedic moments hit right. It's also one of the few rare instances where a sequel is better than the original IMO. Also this scene:

 

 

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GTA_CAT

Source Code, I felt lazy trying to understand it and I decided it was better to look on internet for explanation but didn't find anything convincing though.

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Erased

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darthYENIK

Scott Pilgrim vs the World

 

Honestly, my favorite part of the movie is the very first shot with the music from The Legend of Zelda a Link to the Past.

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Mister Pink

Excellent Italian film based on a true story of a recovering addict picked up on a relatively small drug charge. The story is based on real life Stefan Cucchi's final days in police custody. He get's brutally attacked in custody and is found dead later that week in a prison hospital bed. It sounds depressing, and on many levels it is. But it's very compelling viewing. It exposes cracks in the system, failures and the inhumanity within the system. It also shows caring characters. It might be frustrating to watch the main character not accept help from medics and professionals but it also shows how distrustful the victim was which ultimately led him to die a slow and painful death. 

 

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89% Critics rating on RT and 67% Audience rating

 

It stars Alessandro Borghi - he's becoming on of my favourite actors. He's also in Suburra, also on Netflix. 

 

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GTA-Biker

The Fast And The Furious 1-this movie is still my favorite in the franchise.Maybe it's just nostalgia,but I kinda miss how simple the first few F&F movies were.There were mostly car races, chases, an occasional fistfight or a shootout, but no over the top stuff (no massive explosions, no tanks, no planes, no submarines, no entire city districts getting destroyed, etc.) like in newer movies.

Zoolander-I already watched it a few months ago,but since it was on TV,I watched it again.A very good comedy movie from my childhood.

Man Of Steel-honestly,judging by some reviews I found on the internet,I thought it would be much worse,but while it wasn't great,it was ok.

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Craigsters

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Aquaman (2018)-IMDb

 

Pretty good film, and entertaining, it was good seeing Dolph Lundgren getting supporting actor role work in a major block buster film, besides B-flick films

 

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GTA-Biker

Bumblebee-I really liked this movie,it had a well written story and characters,and a great soundtrack full of 80s classics.It's currently my favorite Transformers movie,along with the 1986 animated movie.

Aquaman-I liked it as well.It's entertaining,the characters are good,and I like how the main bad guy rides a mosasaur into battle (I like prehistoric animals).So far it's my favorite DC movie of this decade.

Spiderman Into The Spiderverse-Liked this one a lot too.I liked the references to previous Spiderman movies (the one with the original Spiderman doing emo-Peter's dance from Spiderman 3 was really funny),the various different Spiderpeople  were interesting,and having a middle aged Peter be a mentor to Miles was done pretty good.I'll probably see it again today before returning the DVD to the video store.

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DownInTheHole

Inland empire.

 

It's basically Mulholland Drive with amateur pr0n camera angles.

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The Time Ranger

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Polar is a Neo-Noir thriller starring Mads Mikklesen as an ageing hitman who is targeted for death by his former employers. It's based on a web-comic and graphic novel of the same name.

 

it's a confusing movie. It has moments where it shows potential but ultimately falls flat. A missed opportunity is how I'd describe it, the cast make the best of what they were given and elevate the movie with their performances, but it's not enough.

 

Matt Lucas stands out as the flamboyant villain, Vanessa Hudgens gives a sensitive and understated performance, and Mikklesen plays the brooding and enigmatic killer well but the script lets them down. It could have been a pulpy, stylised thrill ride but ultimately falls flat, the cinematography is fine but nothing special and the fight scenes are serviceable but marred by lots of quick cuts which took me out of the action. 

 

I don't regret watching it, it was entertaining enough, but it could have been so much more.

 

 

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Richard Power Colt
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So I watched this Netflix film Apostle:

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It's from director Gareth Evans who made the Raid films, but this is a very different type of film to them. Basic premise is about a guy who infiltrates a religious cult to save his captured sister. It's mostly a sort of thriller drama type film, but it's also got a little bit of horror and action thrown in.

 

It was a pretty good movie, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the Raid films. It has a sort of mystery plot that is interesting to see unravel and the direction, visuals, pacing and performances are all pretty solid. Maybe my biggest gripe with it is the characters. They weren't bad per se, but they just felt kinda tropey and bland and I didn't care too much about the drama between them. The movie has some weird supernatural elements that were more interesting to me and it almost feels like they kinda clash with the more generic characters. There's also some gore in the film that feels a bit over the top and silly.

 

Idk, it was a fairly enjoyable film, but just felt like the premise could have been done better. Some other director probably could have made this into something a lot scarier or unsettling.

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Guest Billy Russo

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You've seen this movie before a million times, somehow it's still watchable. For some reason, I seem to enjoy these cheesy, mushy and feel-good movies even though they are riddled with cliches and are as predictable as they come. You know how it's going to end before it even starts. Maybe it fills in the gaps in my real life, at least for a short while. I can feel like the main character for a little bit. Real life doesn't work this way, but you wish it did.

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The Coconut Kid

 

"Look at you... The Mafia? I've SH*T 'EM!"

 

One of Bob Hoskins greatest performances is as the ambitious Harold Shand in British gangster flick 'The Long Good Friday'... which has been Easter Weekend viewing for me for as long as I can remember. Inspired by Britain's growing integration within the European Union (imagine that!), Harold has made connections with the Mafia and wants them to partner with his organization (which he professionally refers to as 'The Corporation') to transform the tired London Docklands into a world class development that will eventually be used as the venue for the Olympic Games. He advertises London as the perfect investment and an environment he has total control over, right down to community planners, councilmen and corrupt police. But his scheme begins to fall apart in dramatic fashion when he is targeted with violence by an unknown enemy who, among other things, attempt to blow up his elderly mother as she leaves church on Easter Friday.

 

For 1979, the film is ahead of it's time and still stands up today.

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GTA-Biker

I just watched this movie about a bus that had to speed around the city,keeping its speed over 50,and if its speed dropped,the bus would explode.I think it was called The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down.

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The Simpsons references aside,Speed is an awesome old school action movie.

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Craigsters

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Glass (2019) - IMDb

 

It was a typical M. Night Shyamalan  hero/villain film, not as good as the Marvel DC and  X-men movies, but it passed the time, had to stop the film to nap because It was making me tired, finished  watching it after my nap, owe the film only made me want to re-watch Split (2016)  again , which I believe is on netflix  right now

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The Time Ranger

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Logan is a good movie. Hugh Jackmans final performance as Wolverine is a fitting end to the iconic character. I wouldn't be a massive fan of superhero movies but this isn't just a good superhero movie, it's a good movie, full stop. 

 

It's a gory, thrilling ride with heart which kept me entertained throughout. I heard it described as a western with superpowers and I think that's a good description and something the movie alludes to itself. Well worth a watch.

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Agent 14

Last I watched was The Avengers end game. And quiet honestly is not as good as people make it be. It wasn't bad either. It was still worth the money I paid. But in my opinion it could've been better.

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The Time Ranger

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War Dogs is loosely based on the true story of two friends who together run a company which bids on US military contracts. It's a good watch. Johah Hill steals the show as the sleazeball CEO who decides to start bidding against the big boys. 

 

At times it felt like I was watching a Scorsese film, from the liberal usage of music to the subject matter itself, I could see Scorsese covering this topic with gusto. All in all it's a decent film with some standout moments.

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GTA-Biker

Avengers Endgame-I'm not gonna say much to avoid spoiling it for people who haven't seen it yet,but I will say that I liked it a lot,great movie.

 

Anchorman-Awesome movie with a bunch of funny scenes and a really funny parody of a lot of 70s stereotypes,one of my favorite 2000s comedies.I'm planning to watch the sequel soon (I haven't seen that one yet,but I've heard it's pretty good too).

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