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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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Eli

 

Great Netflix film. Some genuine good scares throughout, pretty solid acting, and the storyline definitely kept me on my toes. Has a good twist I didn't expect and is definitely worth sticking around for.

 

7/10.

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Mr. Galloway

Ford v Ferrari. I pretty good sports drama, I give it a solid B.

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Mister Pink

The Irishman (2019)

 

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Brilliant film. I'm still trying to digest it all. I think a second viewing in about a year's time will be nice. It's got all the hallmarks of a Scorsese film. It's funny, brutal, dramatic, clever and there's some symbolism there, I'm just slow to work it out. Those cigarettes! :P

 

There are lots of cameos and a few actors from The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire, the latter bring produced by Scorsese. 

 

Soundtrack was brilliant. The people in the theatre were brilliant. Absolute silence throughout the film. This was so welcome as it's 3 and a half hours long. 

 

There's a sense of sadness at the end realizing that this film is probably the last of dying breed. We wont get anyone like Scorsese and that ensemble cast, doing those types of films for decades to come. 

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Guest Billy Russo

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The Lincoln Lawyer

 

For some reason I've NEVER heard of this film. I'm a fan of McConaughey and literally never knew about it. I thought they only thing Lincoln he's been involed with is those silly commercials. It just caught my eye on Netflix, and then I assumed it must be bad if I've never heard of it, nope the reviews were great. Then I looked at the cast and saw guys like John Leguizamo,  Bryan Cranston and  Ryan Phillippe and once again I was saying to myself: "I've never seen this? Ever?!" So I just put it on, and literally from the exact moment the movie started was invested completely. The storyline was great, the acting was great, the soundtrack was great. Everything was just rock solid. Such a good film. I actually don't feel like I've watched a lot of legal thrillers and enjoyed them, but this just felt totally fresh and didn't drag one bit.

 

8/10 from me. If you have Netflix and can't find anything to watch, look no further.

 

@Mister Pink I think that might be the next Netflix movie I watch. Pesci, De Niro and Pacino is too hard to pass up. I'm sure some people call them washed up actors, but they've still got it. Just haven't had the right scripts behind them.

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Lonely-Martin

Yeah, looking forward to The Irishman so much now it's getting close. That's gonna be a bit of me indeed. The Mrs and daughter have their marching orders on TV that night, lol. The Ford vs Ferrari flick too, quite enjoyed Rush with Chris Hemsworth, so hopefully another absorbing sports drama.

 

Captain Marvel.

 

I had to watch this after Endgame and it turned up on Sky as I'd all but gorgot about it, lol. Though that didn't hurt the film for me at all.

 

It just felt flat. The cat was funny, some elements of the score was great, a bit like Ragnarok in places with the sprinkles of electronic. The action as always with Marvel movies is great, and Samuel L Jackson was good as usual too.

 

But I didn't like the film that much. Felt so void of personality in the lead character which is surprising as I know that girl can act. I've read some have issues with potential agendas or whatever with this movie which damn near everything is getting slammed for these days, lol. Personally all that bollocks goes over my head as I just enjoy the ride, just felt this movie lacked punch.

 

I really hope they step it up in the next phase. Still got Far From Home to catch of this one but I'm not the biggest Spiderman fan to begin with, but I know that'll have more zip in it, lol. We'll see. Do better Marvel, don't let it all become so bland please. 5/10.

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SonOfLiberty
On 11/17/2019 at 10:35 AM, Mister Pink said:

The Irishman (2019)

 

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Brilliant film. I'm still trying to digest it all. I think a second viewing in about a year's time will be nice. It's got all the hallmarks of a Scorsese film. It's funny, brutal, dramatic, clever and there's some symbolism there, I'm just slow to work it out. Those cigarettes! 😛

 

There are lots of cameos and a few actors from The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire, the latter bring produced by Scorsese. 

 

Soundtrack was brilliant. The people in the theatre were brilliant. Absolute silence throughout the film. This was so welcome as it's 3 and a half hours long. 

 

There's a sense of sadness at the end realizing that this film is probably the last of dying breed. We wont get anyone like Scorsese and that ensemble cast, doing those types of films for decades to come. 

Apparently it's on Netflix tomorrow. Atleast for us.. 

 

Miss these long crime epics and been looking forward to this for a while.:)

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Mister Pink
On 11/26/2019 at 4:40 PM, luckyjack said:

Fighting With My Family - 7½/10. True story about a wrestler from Norwich making it big in the WWE. Quite funny and quite touching in places. Recommended.
 

That's supposed to be very good. And, it's created by The Office co-creator/writer/director Stephen Merchant! 

 

Last night I went to see Le Mans '66 or as it's known in the U.S. Ford Vs Ferrari

 

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I suspected for a long time that Christian Bale is one of the best, if not the best actor of our generation - especially when he's posed with playing real-life people such as Dicky Eklund in The Fighter (2010) and Ken Miles in Le Mans '66 (2019).  This film is a great homage to the late Ken Miles and Carroll Shelby and their skill and vision to make Ford a contender in Europe, against reigning champions, Ferrari. 

 

The racing scenes were superb, it was funny at times and ultimately triumphant and tragic. It's always a treat to see Bale and even Matt Damon. 

 

You don't have to be into cars to love this film. My gf really enjoyed it and audiences were very mixed about 50/50 male/female and everyone was laughing at the funny scenes, not that it really matters but some of you on here might be thinking of taking your other half out to see it. If you don't get out to the cinema much, try go see this. I think the surround sound and large screen really does this film justice. It doesn't rely on gimmicks, it just roars in the cinema. 

 

After watching it, I came home immediately and re-installed Forza 7 :D 

 

Film currently has a 91% Critics Rating and 98% Audience Rating on RT

 

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Max.pain

the blues brother

 

i think i watched it more than ten times at total, i’d rate it 10/10. my favorite movie to this day. amazing musical comedy

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SonOfLiberty
11 hours ago, Mister Pink said:

That's supposed to be very good. And, it's created by The Office co-creator/writer/director Stephen Merchant! 

 

Last night I went to see Le Mans '66 or as it's known in the U.S. Ford Vs Ferrari

 

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I suspected for a long time that Christian Bale is one of the best, if not the best actor of our generation - especially when he's posed with playing real-life people such as Dicky Eklund in The Fighter (2010) and Ken Miles in Le Mans '66 (2019).  This film is a great homage to the late Ken Miles and Carroll Shelby and their skill and vision to make Ford a contender in Europe, against reigning champions, Ferrari. 

 

The racing scenes were superb, it was funny at times and ultimately triumphant and tragic. It's always a treat to see Bale and even Matt Damon. 

 

You don't have to be into cars to love this film. My gf really enjoyed it and audiences were very mixed about 50/50 male/female and everyone was laughing at the funny scenes, not that it really matters but some of you on here might be thinking of taking your other half out to see it. If you don't get out to the cinema much, try go see this. I think the surround sound and large screen really does this film justice. It doesn't rely on gimmicks, it just roars in the cinema. 

 

After watching it, I came home immediately and re-installed Forza 7 :D 

 

Film currently has a 91% Critics Rating and 98% Audience Rating on RT

 

I've heard good things about this movie. Although I'm a GM guy (Ford sucks😛).

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Mister Pink
3 hours ago, SonOfLiberty said:

I've heard good things about this movie. Although I'm a GM guy (Ford sucks😛).

I hear ya. Then this movie is perfect for you because although it's called Ford Vs Ferrari, the film is really about Ken Miles and it's makes Ford executives look like dopes. In fact, it's doesn't make Ford look that great at all. The trailer will have you believe it's Ford Vs Ferrari, an underdog tale where Ford wins. It's not really like that though. I wont spoil it. 

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Mister Pink

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Mid 90's, 2018, written and directed by Jonah Hill

 

This is a great comedy-drama, mostly drama though about a 13 year old kid, coming of age. Growing up in a single-parent house, he finds group of fellow peers, well, they're actually mostly older than him and becomes the new kid in a group of skateboarders.  This film is compared to Kids by Harmony Korine and Larry Clark. While it does draw similarities in that realism is a focus of style (shot with mostly non-professional actors and on location) and with skate scene a complimenting the setting, they are still 2 different films. 

 

Anyone every involved in skating, will find it believable, and anyone with an older brother, or anyone that remembers some of your first things with friends like smoking, drinking, injuring oneself etc, will relate to story. I found it very relatable to my own experiences, hanging out with friends, going to parties, making bad decisions, fighting with parents etc. And, all in the mid-90's. 

 

The film is written and directed by Jonah Hill and it's distributed by A24. I discovered I have huge respect for Jonah Hill  after hearing him on Marc Maron's podcast. Also he's a fellow Beastie Boy's fan :P which leads me to the soundtrack. It's got Wu-Tang, The Pharcyde and the OST is done by Trent Reznor (NIN). People will also notice it's shot in 4:3 style to keep that 90's vibe. 

 

I'm looking forward to seeing what Jonah Hill does next. He's proved himself as a credible filmmaker. 

 

 

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Lotte

watched Promare again in theatres. it still whips

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This was a awesome film, Timothée Chalamet going places and well be a reckoning actor in films in years to come, this film was one of the best I've seen all year, worth the watch!..

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Lock n' Stock

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Great f*cking movie. My heart was rapidly beating a good 20 minutes after I walked out.

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Self-Destructive Man

I've just watched

 

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IDk why took me so long to watch this movie but I finally did it and I can already say it's one of my favorite movies. I'm definitely going to rewatch it soon.

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Xianders

I reviewed the movie Home Alone. I bought all movies Home Alone on YouTube. And to watch movies without Internet I downloaded the program here . Now I can download videos from YouTube in one click.

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SonOfLiberty

Over the last few days I've watched a few movies. On Christmas I watched Bad Santa and Joker (Again😛), Sucker Punch last night and I got around to seeing Ford V Ferrari tonight.

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The Shawshank Redemption (1994); I caught it on TV last night, saw it as it started, watched it 'till the end.

This was the 2nd time I've ever seen this movie in my life; I first saw it in 2018 when I made a point of watching it because I hadn't seen it; yesterday (30th December 2019), it was on Sky One in the UK; I caught that viewing (by chance).

I since went to YouTube for random videos about it, found out this movie ranks top of various lists for 'best movie ever' or something on imbd beating the likes of The Godfather; so I guess no one needs me to tell them that The Shawshank Redemption is good.

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Virtual-Antics

The last movie that I saw at the cinema was Jumanji: The Next Level. I saw it the day after Christmas and it was a good way to switch my brain off for a few hours. I love Rory McCann as The Hound in Game Of Thrones but thought that he wasn't much of a threat as the villain here. The movie was fun and had some fresh elements. It was thoughtful too and I liked to see older characters (played by Danny DeVito and Danny Glover) have an important role in the story.

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The Odyssey

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I watched this a few nights ago, and It's definitely been the most profoundly impactful movies I've seen in a long time.  Such a beautiful yet terrifying experience 

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Jabalous

El Camino 

 

The epilogue to my most favorite TV show, Breaking Bad. 

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TheSantader25
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Uncut Gems

 

Better than I thought it would be. Adam Sandler shines the most when he's given a serious role. The movie had a kind of 80s style in its narrative that I liked even though it was set in 2012.

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Billy Russo
On 12/8/2019 at 8:28 PM, Mister Pink said:

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Mid 90's, 2018, written and directed by Jonah Hill

 

This is a great comedy-drama, mostly drama though about a 13 year old kid, coming of age. Growing up in a single-parent house, he finds group of fellow peers, well, they're actually mostly older than him and becomes the new kid in a group of skateboarders.  This film is compared to Kids by Harmony Korine and Larry Clark. While it does draw similarities in that realism is a focus of style (shot with mostly non-professional actors and on location) and with skate scene a complimenting the setting, they are still 2 different films. 

 

Anyone every involved in skating, will find it believable, and anyone with an older brother, or anyone that remembers some of your first things with friends like smoking, drinking, injuring oneself etc, will relate to story. I found it very relatable to my own experiences, hanging out with friends, going to parties, making bad decisions, fighting with parents etc. And, all in the mid-90's. 

 

The film is written and directed by Jonah Hill and it's distributed by A24. I discovered I have huge respect for Jonah Hill  after hearing him on Marc Maron's podcast. Also he's a fellow Beastie Boy's fan 😛 which leads me to the soundtrack. It's got Wu-Tang, The Pharcyde and the OST is done by Trent Reznor (NIN). People will also notice it's shot in 4:3 style to keep that 90's vibe. 

 

I'm looking forward to seeing what Jonah Hill does next. He's proved himself as a credible filmmaker. 

 

 

Was going to post this. Very underrated film as well. Deserves more attention and praise. Jonah Hill really captured the era so well, and whilst the story is basic, the characters feel so real and raw. I liked the way it was shot as well, it felt like being plopped right back in to the 90's.

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Baserape

Alien, Aliens, Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection.   It's amazing how dated Aliens and Alien 3 look now.  Alien still looks fresh and could pass if released today.   Alien 3 I didn't really like when it was released but revisiting it I've changed my mind.  It's a good story and better than anything they have released after it.  

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J Dilla

Hands on a Hardbody

 

Very fun documentary. I heard about it because Tarantino recommended it on Jimmy Fallon.

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Mr. Galloway

1917; it's no Saving Private Ryan, but still a great war flick.

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Lock n' Stock

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Recommended if you enjoyed the other two. Doesn't match the carnage-fueled mayhem of the second but it delivers.

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Lonely-Martin

Took the lad to see Bad Boys For Life last night, we really enjoyed it too.

 

Like the post above said, it's not as brash as 2 and the story here is more involved I feel too, a deeper movie all round with some good fun moments, although gotta laugh at Martin Lawrence's chubby cheeks, lol. 8/10.

 

Also watched Escape Plan 3 last weekend. I really liked the first movie, but thought part 2 was terrible, this wasn't too bad but going by its predecessor, not a tough task. Actually enjoyed part 3 though for what it was. 6/10

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Mister Pink

Uncut Gems 

 

Adam Sandler's great performance coupled with the Safdie Brother's penchant for creating tension almost to the point of giving the viewer anxiety is thrilling. And we get another soundtrack from the same producer that did Good Time as well. 

 

It's incredible.. Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never

 

 

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TheSantader25

Parasite. 

 

I gotta say I think this is probably the best movie of 2019. And that's really saying something considering the competition it has. I don't think it'll win an award though since it's Korean. 

 

Edit: It actually won best picture. 

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