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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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Arrows to Athens

I've seen a quite a few movies in the past month, but most of them have been mediocre, so I don't really bother with listing them here. However, I watched Hereditary (2018) last night.

 

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Now, I almost never get scared by movies, no matter how scary they try to be, but this made me feel uneasy. It was almost unsettling. The atmosphere, the haunting score, the acting, the choreography, etc. All top notch. 

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18 hours ago, Lonely-Martin said:

..cracking piece of entertainment on the surface but such a good movie for seemingly doing justice to the era it covers upon further learning. I do love that flick though!

That's great bud. We enjoy so much of the same content. Glad you seen CC doc too. It's very good, although it it has its faults too. I felt the thing kept moving pace like an extended trailer or like the intro to a documentary with fast cuts and music but it never leaves the intro phase. It's just remains like that. It' never slows down. Probably coked up making the thing 😛 

 

One criticism I forgot to mention in the original post about Scarface is that the audio isn't great. I think it's just "of the time" and by today's standards it's really lacking. For example, they're shooting in big open mansion places with big reverb. And some of the shots were kind of wide, so I imagine it was hard to get a mic anywhere close to the actors. So, the the whole noise of the room is taken in. Now, I'm also watching it on an old HDTV with the standard crappy built-in speakers, mind you. I watch/listen to most content with headphones so there was probably that. 

 

@Arrows to Athens Keep meaning to watch Hereditary and Midsommar. 

1 hour ago, Arrows to Athens said:

Now, I almost never get scared by movies, no matter how scary they try to be, but this made me feel uneasy. It was almost unsettling. The atmosphere, the haunting score, the acting, the choreography, etc. All top notch. 

Same here, so this sounds good. 

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@Mister Pink. The audio isn't perfect in Scarface that's for sure although like you said, it may not have been helped by limited speakers too, lol. But I can forgive that in older films and at times even really embrace that aspect as movies, especially cheap and creative stuff (horror or old sci-fi movies particularly), can be so flawed but full of character and creative passion and you can see where a director/creative team was limited and had to make the best of what limits they had, be it the era a movie was made and the technology available or the budget festrictions etc. It's fun to watch that creative come alive in some stuff.

 

Something like Only Fools and Horses for example too, you can tell it was made quite cheaply and the sets are a bit flimsy, but the heart in that show and relatable nature of many characters and storylines is so well crafted that it's so much easier to look past those technical flaws. Definitely is another where on location shooting audio really has aged poorly over time.

 

But yeah I feel the same, we do seem to share common interest in many things which is cool to read about. I do enjoy reading your posts regarding The Wire and other great TV similar, gives good food for thought. Seems we enjoy some well crafted drama and crime dramas of course. 

 

Regarding the CC doc, I absolutely agree about the pacing of that one, once it gets going, you're off. Initially I found the opening gunfire skits from the unknown actors to be a bit cheesy too, but once it got going, the time flew by watching that. Very fast paced/edited compared to many. I've only seen the follow up doc once a fair while ago and had company when I did and don't remember too much but sure I found it far less of a good watch but I have since picked up the double feature DVD so will probably rewatch that when I get the chance though.

 

@Arrows to Athens. I really was drawn into the atmosphere of Hereditary too, blimey it was a good one. Tony Collette was fantastic in that movie and there was great drama in that where you really got sucked into the characters and all but forget you're watching a horror film that by the time the spooky stuff came, it was pretty tense stuff at times. Really built up on ya there, and like you, it takes a lot to catch me out and scare me given I've seen my share of horror over the years. 

 

I do feel there was room at the end to take it up another notch or two though, but equally sometimes it's that less is more at work well here too. Nice to see the genre can still work though no matter how much we've seen, lol. 

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Frayed (2007)

 

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It’s a slasher film, and you can tell that it takes huge influence from John Carpenter’s Halloween, especially from the plot in itself. The synopsis is: A young boy murders his mother during his sister’s birthday party, which ends up in him being institutionalised. He escapes thirteen years later, with his father — who is the town’s sheriff — hunting him down. 
 

The film was quite interesting, to say the least. I kind of liked it, in fact. There is a very scarily realistic and gory death scene in the film that may give you nightmares for a couple of days. For a film that was made on a shoestring budget and relatively unknown/new actors, they really nailed the special effects with this one. You could tell they really cared about making a quality movie. The way they pulled off this particular death scene was insane. It was also done in one take, or it was rather made to look like it was one take. In fact, the death looked so genuine and realistic that it began to circulate on the Internet on various shock sites and forums, leading many to believe that it was actually real. There’s a video on YouTube on how they managed to execute the whole scene. I was surprised to discover that digital effects were used, but they way they used it was quite smart. The special effects crew deserve an award, for sure.


I’m not gonna say much more, other than the fact that this movie comes off to a very good start for a horror film. If you like slashers and movies that leave you mindf*cked, then this movie will indeed be a great watch, because trust me, this movie will most likely leave you mindf*cked, but also intrigued at the same time. Very few movies make me emotional, and this one kinda did it for me, surprisingly.  

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THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020)

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My best friend recommended me to watch this movie when I watched it I was f*cking mind blown, this movie had astonishing special effects and camera angles. My favorite part was the ending because it was really unexpected this might sound a bit peculiar but the ending hit me with a sense of euphoria because I was so content with the final ending phenomenon that occurred.

 

Sypnosis:  After staging his own suicide,a crazed scientist uses his power to become invisible to stalk and terrorize his ex girlfriend. When the police refuse to believe her story, she takes matters into her own hands and fights back. 


I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of horror, the movie has a rating of 7.1/10 on IMDB but I give it my individualized rating of 9.5/10.

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SEA FEVER (2019)

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Sypnosis: Solitary marine-biology student Siobhán endures a week on a ragged fishing trawler, miserably at odds with the close-knit crew. But out in the deep Atlantic, an unfathomable life-form soon ensnares the boat. As members of the crew now succumb to a strange infection, Siobhán must overcome her alienation and win their trust -- before everyone is lost.

I was not intrigued by this movie it could have been a whole lot superior but I was very disheartened since the ending just sucked and there was only one decent death scene other than that I wasted an 1hr30 mins of my time in this existence of watching such a substandard film. I have nothing more to really say but I do not recommend this movie at all, also there is no authentic soundtrack you can try to perceive on youtube either which sucks ass.

the movie has a rating of 5.7/10 on IMDB but I give it a individualized rating of 2.4/10.

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GTA-Biker

James Bond Thunderball-another old James Bond movie I rewatched,I liked it,especially the underwater battle scene.

 

Captain America The First Avenger-it was on TV so I watched it again,since I like both the MCU movies and WW2 movies,I like this movie a lot.I think it's especially cool how several of the actual German prototype weapons and military vehicles (such as the plane that Cap and Red Skull fight in at the end of the movie) are shown being used by Hydra,which fits well with the retro-futuristic tech they're shown to have.

 

Space Cowboys-I watched parts of this movie,but this was the first time I watched it whole.I liked it a lot,the story is interesting,and the actors had really good performances.

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16 hours ago, GTA-Biker said:

James Bond Thunderball-another old James Bond movie I rewatched,I liked it,especially the underwater battle scene.

and the shark escape in the pool...


I just watched Goldfinger (1964), Sean Connery is a spectacular actor.

 

and also, GoldenEye (1995), the plot was particularly good and perfected by Pierce Brosnan

 

I'd give both a 9.4/10 rating

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Midsommar (2019)

 

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After watching Hereditary (2018), I wanted to see what else the director had in store. He had another horror film that I have never heard of before, called Midsommar (2019). It seemed interesting and had a lot of good reviews, so I watched the 3 hour Director's Cut last night. 

 

I'm not sure what to think of the film, to be honest. It did have its moments and some scenes were quite creepy and unsettling. The death scenes, though there weren't much of them, were pretty brutal and realistic. The characters were also well-developed. 

 

It was a bit slow paced, and even though there's nothing with wrong "slow paced", I felt like it dragged on a bit, especially at almost 3 hours. While I personally didn't find it to be as tense as Hereditary, there was an urban sense of realism. I still much prefer Hereditary. 

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Just watched 'The World Is Not Enough (1999)', Denise Richards looks super sexy and stunning..Giving a 9/10..

 

I am re-watching nearly all 007 movies

 

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Frayed (2007)

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Sypnosis: A small town sheriff's worst nightmare comes true when his homicidal son escapes from a psychiatric hospital. An intense manhunt ensues as the dark secret behind the son's evil past becomes revealed.

This movie was very creepy and extraordinary, it had an phenomenal plot line and it even had a mind blowing plot twist at the end of the film, there is one death scene which looks actually looks so real and there has been commentary by viewers who actually thought the scene was factual. The movie pays huge homages to John Carpenter's Halloween (1978) and somewhat a bit of Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), there was one instrumental I found quite decent but unfortunately tried to detect it on youtube but I could not find it, there does not seem to be any soundtrack of the movie detected on youtube whatsoever but otherwise ethical death scenes, ethical heart pumping moments but another downside is the ending kinda got me confused in regards to the plot twist.

The rating on IMDB is 5.6/10

I give this an individualized rating of 6.0/10.

 

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Way too edgy at times, as expected of gaspar noe, but i definitely cant fault the cinematography and atmosphere. the first 1/2 hour of this film is filmed entirely from first person and the opening (coupled with the trippiness of freak by lfo) is basically a graphic designer's wet dream in jumpcut form

 

benoit debie deserves a prize for this film tbh.

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Snatch-watched it again after a few years,one of the best British gangster movies in my opinion,though I do prefer Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels.

 

Air America-I liked this movie,and especially the soundtrack (Vietnam war movies in general have great soundtracks full of late 60s and early 70s classic rock).

 

Big Trouble In Little China-watched this one too again after a few years,great movie.The story is interesting,the fight scenes were cool,the special effects are good,and it was funny how Jack Burton seemed like a stereotypical 80s action hero,but most of the time he tried to do something badass he would fail (such as having his gun run out of ammo and not managing to reload until the fight was over,or shooting in the air before the battle and hitting the ceiling causing a piece of concrete to fall on his head and knock him out) and the others would solve the problem without him.

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It's set in Belfast during the troubles. I personally found it scarier than most horror films.

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1 hour ago, DownInTheHole said:

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It's set in Belfast during the troubles. I personally found it scarier than most horror films.

The film's made in the UK, but is not available on the British Netflix.

 

Because f*ck logic, eh?

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5 hours ago, Arrows to Athens said:

Because f*ck logic, eh?

probably too sensitive a topic for the northern irish folk

 

it doesnt exactly paint the british army in a good light either

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The Time Ranger

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I really enjoyed this, it's a modern retelling of the classic "who dunnit" genre. It kept me engrossed with many twists and turns throughout. The ensamble cast is excellent, in particular Ana de Armas who brings a great believeability to her role, and Daniel Craig who is excellent as the debonair private eye Benoit Blanc. 

 

Well worth a watch with a clever plot and snappy dialogue with some humour sprinkled in occasionally. 

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Mister Pink
On 8/18/2020 at 11:24 PM, DownInTheHole said:

probably too sensitive a topic for the northern irish folk

 

it doesnt exactly paint the british army in a good light either

What film is it? The image isn't displaying. That's kind of near my neck of the woods. Well, a couple of hours away anyway. 😛  

 

On 8/18/2020 at 6:23 PM, Arrows to Athens said:

The film's made in the UK, but is not available on the British Netflix.

 

Because f*ck logic, eh?

Yeah it's unusual how the licensing deals work with Netflix. It's up to the distributor as they probably publishing rights. Some times these films are essentially owned by the distributor because the distributing companies are lecherous like old record lables. They would distribute a movie but want to retain the rights for it for 20 years. So essentially the filmmaker gets their movie out there but gets shafted in the deal. Nobody foresees something like internet streaming coming a long. All of a sudden you have a publisher with the rights to a European/UK release that "owns" the film for those regions but the filmmaker might have control over the rest-of-world. So, they can put it out on Netflix AUS or Netflix US. 

 

11 hours ago, The Time Ranger said:

I really enjoyed this, it's a modern retelling of the classic "who dunnit" genre. It kept me engrossed with many twists and turns throughout. The ensamble cast is excellent, in particular Ana de Armas who brings a great believeability to her role, and Daniel Craig who is excellent as the debonair private eye Benoit Blanc. 

 

Well worth a watch with a clever plot and snappy dialogue with some humour sprinkled in occasionally. 

Been dying to see this! Glad you enjoyed it. 

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2 hours ago, Mister Pink said:

What film is it? The image isn't displaying.

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16 minutes ago, DownInTheHole said:

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Great film. 

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A pretty badass yet extremely nihilistic contemporary western starring Warren Oates and directed by Sam Peckinpah (Straw Dogs, The Wild Bunch). It's probably Oates's best performance since DIllinger in 1973.

 

For all the violence in this movie there's also a bunch of funny scenes, like Oates pouring a swig of alcohol on a decapitated head. Bits of the film were also sampled in one of the Chemlab albums.

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Finally got around to watching get carter

 

It was a brilliant film for its time. Its a slow burner, but things pick up very fast towards the end.

 

The ending was dark but satisfying

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Coherence (2013)

 

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This movie hurts your brain, man. It's about multiple different alternate realities of a group of friends colliding together during the passing of a comet. 

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HEREDITARY (2018)

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My best friend recommended me hereditary (2018) and I can say its a very eerie film and really fits into the atmosphere, the effects/shots were outstanding, the camera angles were phenomenal and the characters were efficiently developed. the ending was a bit mystifying and if you didn't understand the ending with ease I highly advise to read about it so you get a better acknowledgement of the movie overall.

Synopsis: When the matriarch of the Graham family passes away, her daughter and grandchildren begin to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry, trying to outrun the sinister fate they have inherited.

IMDB gave the movie a rating of 7.3/10, I will give an individualized rating of 8/10 as I subjectively enjoyed the film and I admired the spine chilling jump scares.

 

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Unfriended: DARK WEB (2018)

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this movie was very sinister as the first one , overall I relished this movie but it could have never vanquish Unfriended (2014) as the story line in the first one was more personal whereas this one was somewhat a bit natural

To be honest I have nothing more to say other than I wish this sequel had a subjective storyline too.

Synopsis: When a teen finds a laptop with a cache of hidden files, he and his friend discover that the previous owner has access to the dark web and is watching over them.

IMDB gave the rating of 5.9/10 but I give it an individualized rating of 5/10 as I despised the movie in regards to storyline but I relished the effects and ball tingling death scenes.

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Craigsters

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Was better then I  thought it be,  guy  was clearly f*cked over by the government , hope he sues  all involved 

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Host (2020)

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my best friend recommended me this movie. it actually takes place when lock down due to covid 19 occurred, I found it really ethical, I loved the effects and relished the death scenes. I have nothing substandard to say about it in fact found this film to be so much more adequate than both of the unfriended movies. the movie had amazing heart pumping and spine chilling jump scares which I truly admired.

Synopsis: Six friends accidentally invite the attention of a demonic presence during an online séance and begin noticing strange occurrences in their homes.

IMDB gave the film a rating of 6.7/10 but I give it an individualized rating of 8/10 as I idolized the story line and cherished the jump scares/death scenes this movie gave me so much adrenaline.

I will be definitely watching it again!

 

THE VISIT (2015)

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I subjectively enjoyed this movie, it is delineated as found footage with good effects and the quality of the film via the camcorder used in the movie was outstanding and crisp quality, this movie didn't start off as good as it should have been but started to kick in at the 30min mark, I was very galvanized when this movie started to evolve, the jump scares were ball tingling and the ending blew my mind out of existence, overall this movie had its twists and turns I thoroughly relished it and was content when I finished watching it.

Synopsis:  Becca and Tyler plan a week-long stay at their grandparents' place, whom they have never seen. Little do they know that their visit will be the most terrifying experience of their lives.

IMDB gave the movie a rating of 6.2/10 but I give it an individualized rating of 7/10 as I found the ending and the jump scares ethical and spine chilling, the movie could have kicked in a bit sooner but hey everything has its flaws.

I would definitely watch it again!

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Brobinski

Bill & Ted Face the Music is a corny, dumb, stupidly optimistic movie about two absolute morons trying to, get this, save the world all of reality throughout time and space through the power of music...

 

...and it is indubitably non-non-non-heinous and truly most excellent my dudes.

 

It would be so easy for a movie like this to be terrible. If we pretend Blade Runner 2049 doesn't exist, when has a belated sequel actually been on par with the earlier entries in a series? And with Bill & Ted, now don't get me wrong because I love the originals, it was never world beating cinematic excellence. B&T has always been somewhat dumb, wholesome fun that, looking back, was very much of its time. Remove that from its context by 29 years (holy f*ck) and it'd be real easy to miss the mark. But it just kind of doesn't?

 

Reeves and Winters manage to avoid the sad trope of being someone playing just the same character but with a time-addled body, but still retain everything that made them so endearing. The portrayals in this movie are what I genuinely think two guys like Bill and Ted would be like three decades on.

 

Which brings me to my next point: the kids. Introducing younger versions of the characters is a common theme in late sequels. It's usually a calculated move to leave the franchise open to a soft reboot and it is never what audiences are looking for (looking at you Indiana Jones). I know, the daughters are just the guys aged down, but between the relationships between the daughters and their fathers (so much dorky love) and the performances I actually wanted more of them. Samara Weaving is great as Thea, but holy sh*t Brigette Lundy-Paine as Billie is perfect. They must have watched the movies on repeat for weeks before filming because their performance as Young Ted is better than Keanu's. Their slack-jawed gaze, overall movement and delivery of the signature "Whoa", all absolutely on point.

 

As for the plot, it's daft and ridiculous with a seriously wholesome message at it's core. Bill and Ted continue on their quest to unite the world with their music and take the whole family along for the ride this time. It's so corny but it's great because of, not in spite of, that. Sometimes unabashed positivity is a totally unreasonable stance and also exactly what you need to succeed.

 

In summary, Bill & Ted Face the Music is a rare belated sequel that stays true to its roots, moves on in the necessary ways and surprisingly brings a fitting and genuinely heartfelt conclusion to a series after three decades.

 

In parting:

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RATTER (2015)

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I detested everything about this movie,it is a found footage horror movie and it was absolute sh*te.  There was no spine tingling jump scares, no mind blowing plot twists, very substandard effects. the ending was so crap there was no need for me to even watch it till the end (but I still did anyway). It was a braindead and pointless film.

I have nothing more to say.

Synopsis: Emma, a young graduate, moves to New York to start her life afresh. She is traumatised when a stalker, who hacks into all her electronic devices, begins to keep track of all her moves.

I'm astonished to see a rating of 5.5/10 on IMDB, I won't even give it a individualized rating because that's how aggravated I was due to the whole outcome of the film.

I will never watch it again!

 

 

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2 hours ago, Brobinski said:

It would be so easy for a movie like this to be terrible. If we pretend Blade Runner 2049 doesn't exist, when has a belated sequel actually been on par with the earlier entries in a series?

Halloween 2018. ;)

 

Couldn't help that one, but I get ya. I'm looking forward to this new Bill and Ted flick myself. :)

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