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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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Guest Billy Russo

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Snowpiercer

 

This has been in my backlog for a long, long time. I've always wanted to see it, but then brushed it off for other films. Currently I now hate myself for waiting so long to see it. What a tremendously well done film. The film itself is beautifully paced, the characters feel very diverse & original and so do their motives. I really like how this movie isn't so predictable, and you actually care about the characters. Some of the Train scenes are legitimately beautiful, as well as the shots you get out of the outside world. It's really worth watching. Without spoiling anything, I really loved the ending.

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GTA-Biker

John Wick 1 and 2-great action movies,I especially liked the first one,but the second one was great too.I'll check out the third one too.

Captain Marvel-I've heard different opinions about this movie,with some people praising it and others saying it's bad,so I didn't really know what to expect.IMO it's a decent movie,not one of the best MCU movies,but definitely not bad either.I especially liked the soundtrack with 90s songs, 90s references, and Samuel L. Jackson playing young Nick Fury.

Lego Movie 2-fun movie,I'm thinking about watching the first one again.

Anchorman 2-really good comedy,I especially liked the scene with RV crash, the crack smoking scene, and the fight scene in the end.

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Guest Billy Russo

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Not sure why this has got such a bad reception, I enjoyed it a lot, it was fun.

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Craigsters

 

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I Am Mother (2019) - IMDb  I seen this film on  Netflix the other night, it was a pretty good film and past the time

 

 

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Guest Billy Russo

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This movie f*cking creeps me out. Ethan Hawke is so good. Those tapes and the soundtrack is some of the eeriest sh*t I've ever seen. I love this movie, it gives me goosebumps all around my body. Such a good experience, even on a rewatch.

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The Time Ranger

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The Miseducation of Cameron Post was an enjoyable movie. It focuses on a young woman played by Chloe Grace Moretz who is sent to a gay conversion camp in 1993. Despite the grim setting the movie has it's tender moments with the rapport between Cameron and her friends bringing brighter moments to the film. Sasha Lane and Forrest Goodluck stand out as Cameron's new friends. Their relationship and interactions feel authentic.

 

What impressed me also was the fact that the antagonist was more than a two dimensional villain. The camp director while a severe and arrogant woman was not just a disney villain, evil for evils sake. She was misguided and her views anarchic but she had some depth to her.

 

It's worth a watch with some excellent understated acting.

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Mr. Galloway

Toy Story 4. Cute like always, but that ending makes me wonder what ideas they'll come up with for a sequel.

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Vega LVI

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It’s a shame I didn’t watch this film sooner because it’s a real gem. Simmons delivers an utterly menacing yet quite compelling performance that was definitely deserving of the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor he received back in 2014. I also really enjoyed the progression of Teller’s character, whose evolution from lovable music nerd to defiant, self-confident young pro musician is as charming as it is profound.

 

Without spoiling the ending, Whiplash concludes on a beautifully-executed “implied” note that provides the viewer with just enough visual clues to allow them to determine the characters’ fates/levels of respect for one another, without having to spoon-feed it with some cliché final scene or epilogue (this’ll make more sense when you watch/if you’ve already watched the film).

 

Also, the editing and sound production is superb, which is especially vital to a film that’s centered around jazz music and ensemble performance.

 

Consider Whiplash highly recommended.

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GTA-Biker

I watched Killer Bean Forever today,the movie is kinda like John Wick if it was a cartoon where all the characters were anthropomorphic coffee beans,and it also has good animation and interesting story.There's a full movie on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyYHWkVWQ4o

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Vega LVI

What an absolute disappointment was Rocketman.

 

For starters, maybe you’ve heard, but this isn’t an Elton John biopic—it’s more of a fantasia musical loosely inspired by the musician’s life. And by “loosely,” I mean oh god was I embarrassed by how badly they butchered the timeline of his career. From Elton performing songs two years before they were written to entering rehab about seven years too early, director Dexter Fletcher and writer Lee Hall managed to completely assassinate the concept of historical consistency with this mess of a film.

 

At no point were any of Elton’s original studio recordings used. Instead, they opted to have Taron Egerton bust into these absurd choreographed dance routines, with him simultaneously laying down the vocals to some of Elton’s greatest hits. Egerton has a decent enough voice, but I went to see an on-screen depiction of Elton and (don’t forget) Bernie Taupin working their collective magic to produce the actual songs that we all know and love—not to hear karaoke renditions of Crocodile Rock and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road to name a few.

 

Also, did they forget that this film is set during the ‘70s? What’s up with the ultra-polished production? At the very least, they could’ve used a grain filter or something to remind me that these events took place 40 years ago.

 

I could rant for pages and pages, but I’ll leave it at that for now.

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HeavyDuke

Extinction (2018)

 

I really liked it.

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gonnaenodaethat

The Dead Don't Die

 

What an absolute stinker of a film - how can the thinking man's David Lynch create such a pile of keek especially considering the host of stars in the cast. 

 

Not my best night on earth

 

So bad that I would suggest you should instead spend your cash on a Shark Card 🤔

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Mister Pink
6 hours ago, gonnaenodaethat said:

The Dead Don't Die

 

What an absolute stinker of a film - how can the thinking man's David Lynch create such a pile of keek especially considering the host of stars in the cast. 

 

Not my best night on earth

 

So bad that I would suggest you should instead spend your cash on a Shark Card 🤔

That's a pity because I was pretty interested to see this. 

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Guest Billy Russo

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Decent little horror film. It has all the cliches you would expect, douche characters, tortured lead, revenge plot. Scattered in is some nice twists and turns, and the last hour of the film is great. It has a good set-up and execution, and is carried by a really well acted lead character. A movie like this is really dependent on the main actress being good, and she nailed it. Also has some good actors like Jason Isaacs in it as well, which helps to carry the film along. The only thing I kind of disliked was the ending, but that's about it.

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GTA-Biker

Rewatched Pulp Fiction after a very long time.While I did like it back when I originally watched it,I was still a kid back then and didn't really understand it completely,now that I'm grown up I can really see how great it really is.

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Mister Pink

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This is about teenager who grows up in a migrant Pakastani home in Luton (Britains crappiest town) that against the odds, and to his family and friends dismay, finds solace in the lyrics and music of Bruce Springsteen. It's inspired by a true story and I found a documentary on the actual guy it's based on and a lot of it is accurate down to the real name of the estate the kid grows up on. I'm not a fan of Springsteen, I find him too sincere or something..bordering on cheesy but I respect the man and his music and what he's done for a generation of people. This film is often funny - it's a feel-good film, coming of age and all that. I liked it.

 

Nice cameo from Rob Brydon. The only thing I disliked it and rolled my eyes was twice they broke out in to song and dance. It's not a musical but reminded me of one momentarily. 

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Scarlett Ghostface

The Boondock Saints... Part 1. Epic movie with a bit of sarcasm, comedy, and serious theme -  religion and a right to kill the evil. Well, it's an action movie I would say, but definitely worth watching

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Guest Billy Russo

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Truly forgot how amazing this film was. The bond and chemistry between the main actors, the absoutely captivating storyline, the whirlwind of emotions, the absolutely incredible audio and visuals. This film really does have it all. I really don't think we'll ever get a War fiilm as amazing as this ever again. It's really one of a kind. The scenes towards the end in particular are just so beautifully shot.

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Craigsters

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Avengers: Endgame (2019) - IMDb

 

It was awesome and better then the last Avengers film, I ordered it from Canadian payperview  late last night, worth watching you won't be disappointed 

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A8ul99

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9 1/2 Weeks.

 

This, my friend, one of the best romantic drama ever released. Honestly, i can see the progression that happens between Basinger and Rourke (Damn, that guy was seriously awesome). In the end, they know, everything is already too much for both of them. And I like that. That guilty feelings, and the fact that this movie employs unusual way to entertain any moviegoers with its sheer amount of erotic and erratic things.

 

No wonder most people back then scratch their heads due to this movie.

 

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SonOfLiberty
On ‎8‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 2:18 AM, Billy Russo said:

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Truly forgot how amazing this film was. The bond and chemistry between the main actors, the absoutely captivating storyline, the whirlwind of emotions, the absolutely incredible audio and visuals. This film really does have it all. I really don't think we'll ever get a War fiilm as amazing as this ever again. It's really one of a kind. The scenes towards the end in particular are just so beautifully shot.

I remember seeing this at the cinema in 1998 when it first released. It's quite amazing how well it still holds up too. The Normandy beach landing is still one of the most intense (yet bizarrely beautiful) openings I've ever seen in a movie. Not to mention the star studded cast. Some of which were still unproven at the time like a young Vin Diesel and as we know today are big stars.

 

Absolutely terrific film.👍

 

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Guest Billy Russo
2 minutes ago, SonOfLiberty said:

I remember seeing this at the cinema in 1998 when it first released. It's quite amazing how well it still holds up too. The Normandy beach landing is still one of the most intense (yet bizarrely beautiful) openings I've ever seen in a movie. Not to mention the star studded cast. Some of which were still unproven at the time like a young Vin Diesel and as we know today are big stars.

 

Absolutely terrific film.👍

 

Damn, I bet seeing it in the Cinema when it released was amazing. I would have been too young at the time. This is the kind of movie that leaves a lasting impression on you for basically the rest of your life. It's actually incredibly difficult for me to pick a scene from this film and go "That's my favourite"

 

Although this part is amazing:

 

 

The acting, locations and just the realism of it all is pure magic. I think what other War movies fail to capture is the attention to detail this film had.

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SonOfLiberty
28 minutes ago, Billy Russo said:

Damn, I bet seeing it in the Cinema when it released was amazing. I would have been too young at the time. This is the kind of movie that leaves a lasting impression on you for basically the rest of your life. It's actually incredibly difficult for me to pick a scene from this film and go "That's my favourite"

 

Although this part is amazing:

 

 

The acting, locations and just the realism of it all is pure magic. I think what other War movies fail to capture is the attention to detail this film had.

I have this on Blu Ray. This talk is making me want to watch it again. 😎

 

I was pretty young when I saw it (12) so I had to see it with my parents. it was pretty much the first war film I ever saw. I actually remember being quite disturbed by the gore and graphic war scenes I thought it was a true story.  There have been some great war films since like Enemy At The Gates, We Were Soldiers, Pearl Harbor, Hacksaw Ridge etc, but nothing on the scale of Saving Private Ryan IMO. 

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Guest Billy Russo
10 hours ago, SonOfLiberty said:

I have this on Blu Ray. This talk is making me want to watch it again. 😎

 

I was pretty young when I saw it (12) so I had to see it with my parents. it was pretty much the first war film I ever saw. I actually remember being quite disturbed by the gore and graphic war scenes I thought it was a true story.  There have been some great war films since like Enemy At The Gates, We Were Soldiers, Pearl Harbor, Hacksaw Ridge etc, but nothing on the scale of Saving Private Ryan IMO. 

I might rewatch it again honestly as well. Lately I really haven't been watching many films (which is why I've not posted here much). I go through these phases where I don't really feel like watching any new films, so I opt for more nostalgic titles.

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Mister Pink

Last film I watched was Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark. It was pretty entertaining. It hinted at nostalgia (but subtly, not like Stranger Things) a bit like those films from the 80's/90's that you might watch at Halloween. There was some laughable moments and at times I wasn't sure if they made the right creative choices on some of the directing. It's enjoyable but I kept thinking, I would have loved the film if I was 12 or 13. And maybe that's the target audience. I don't know. 

 

 

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Benny Guy

Oddly enough, two most recent movies involved some form of "virus" injected into someone's bloodstream, and generally the plot throughout the movie to keep said person alive. Those two movies being Mission: Impossible 2, and the fairly recent F&F production, Hobbs & Shaw. Both films were incredibly action-packed as the others within their franchises.

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GTA-Biker

I just saw Jurassic World Battle At Big Rock.I really liked the movie,and I think it's worth to watch,especially for fans of Jurassic Park/World franchise or anyone who likes dinosaurs.Since it's just around 8 minutes long they uploaded it on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7kbVvpOGdQ

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Guest Billy Russo

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The Invisible Guest

 

Been a while since I watched a film, and this caught my eye after scrolling through Netflix for a couple of hours. Really glad I spent so long searching now. Wow, what an amazing film. I would easily rate it 8/10, it's so much better than most Hollywood films with a similar sort of plot/theme. I don't typically watch many foreign films because they require a great amount of attention and reading the subtitles, but I really didn't mind at all here. The story captivated me almost immediately, and I found myself clinging on to every piece of dialogue and interaction. Don't be put off by the fact you'll have to read subtitles, it's worth it. The cast is unknown to me, but every actor played their role impeccably. 

 

Please do yourself a favour and watch this film. Then come and thank me afterwards. 

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Arrows to Athens

Just got around to watching Child's Play (2019).

 

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I actually fairly enjoyed this movie. It was something different, and not a full on copy of the original. It also reminded me of the game Detroit: Become Human in some ways. I also think Mark Hamill nailed the Chucky voice in this one. It really worked.

 

Solid movie.

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It's dumb, it doesn't make any sense but damn it is fun if you stick with it. The beginning is pretty slow but as soon as the movie picks up it's a lot of fun. Very generic and you know how it's going to end before it starts but it's pretty much like every other action film. I appreciate this one had a bit more uniqueness about it, you don't see many films that feature a large portion of the film taking place in a Submarine and are able to keep it engaging. 

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