Last movie you watched ?

#51 Posted by Detroit222 (5305 posts) -

Lucy. The popcorn was good and so were the previews. As for everything else, she was good, movie had more holes than a swiss cheese and ended with a THUD.

My favorite guilty pleasure of the moment is Vicious - a tv series with Ian McClelland and Derek Jacobi.

Who else is looking forward to Sharknado 2 tomorrow?

#52 Edited by sSubZerOo (43216 posts) -

Vanishing at 7th street on amazon prime.. It had a interesting premise but floundered off and died at the last third of the movie.. It felt like the writer did not know what to do from there.. Seeing as it was a mediocre movie I really don't care about giving out spoilers.. The ending was awful pretty much killing off every one except for the one character that the majority of viewers HATED most..

#53 Edited by Aljosa23 (25135 posts) -

I watched Children of Men for the umpteenth time yesterday. Amazing film that never gets old.

#54 Posted by harry_james_pot (10951 posts) -

Hmm... Godzilla at IMAX.

#55 Posted by PrincessGomez92 (3621 posts) -

Knocked Up. Hilarious.

#56 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28122 posts) -

Under the Skin (third viewing.)

#57 Edited by 187umKILLAH (1347 posts) -

@sammyjenkis898 said:

Under the Skin (third viewing.)

Most bizarre movie I've ever seen.

Topic: Carl Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance.

The true story of lifelong criminal and serial killer, Carl Panzram who wrote his autobiography for a jail guard in 1928. Heavy content, interesting viewing.

#58 Posted by Brutal_Elitegs (16241 posts) -

@chernoalpha527 said:

I also recently watched Wolf Childern

Watched this. Slightly disappointed after the great things I heard about it, but maybe that's partly down to all the Ghibli and Satoshi Kon films I watched recently.

#59 Edited by CrossFire245 (1041 posts) -

I watched Gravity in 3D last night...I thought it was good but not great. I can see why critics loved it though, not to mention the great scenery in some of the shots.

#60 Edited by chernoalpha527 (168 posts) -

@Brutal_Elitegs said:

@chernoalpha527 said:

I also recently watched Wolf Childern

Watched this. Slightly disappointed after the great things I heard about it, but maybe that's partly down to all the Ghibli and Satoshi Kon films I watched recently.

Yea I don't really like to over hype movies its not like anything new or groundbreaking but it is a good solid movie that just looks beautiful and is really enjoyable to watch.

#61 Posted by Behardy24 (4673 posts) -

The Shining. Great film.

#62 Posted by jun_aka_pekto (16432 posts) -

On DVD? I was just watching Flash Gordon (80's).

#63 Posted by konvikt_17 (22254 posts) -

Hunger Game Catching Fire

#64 Posted by Kenocratic (103 posts) -

The Mighty Ducks, but not all the way through.

#65 Edited by EPICCOMMANDER (588 posts) -
@behardy24 said:

The Shining. Great film.

So a week ago you watched FMJ and now you watched the Shining...Heh, you sound like me 4 years ago when my parents bought a Netflix account...you seen The Exorcist yet? Or the mother of all Vietnam War movies Apocalypse Now?

#66 Posted by CyberLips (1824 posts) -

12 Years a Slave, it was really depressing.

#67 Posted by johnd13 (8237 posts) -

I finally watched Toy Story 3 lol.

#68 Edited by indzman (18225 posts) -

@johnd13 said:

I finally watched Toy Story 3 lol.

You felt like crying on that furnace scene ya ? :)

#69 Posted by johnd13 (8237 posts) -

@indzman said:

@johnd13 said:

I finally watched Toy Story 3 lol.

You felt like crying on that furnace scene ya ? :)

That was an epic and touching scene. As well as the last one. I said goodbye to my childhood once again in the ending. :D

#70 Posted by indzman (18225 posts) -

@johnd13 said:

@indzman said:

@johnd13 said:

I finally watched Toy Story 3 lol.

You felt like crying on that furnace scene ya ? :)

That was an epic and touching scene. As well as the last one. I said goodbye to my childhood once again in the ending. :D

BEST SCENE EVER XD !!!

#71 Posted by iwilson1296 (2214 posts) -

snowpiercer, wasn't bad at all

#72 Posted by geniobastardo (1294 posts) -

The Hobbit Desolation of Smaug. Been waiting for the Battle of the five armies since then.

#73 Edited by VaguelyTagged (10191 posts) -

Leviathan the 1989 movie; it was a rip off combination of The Thing and Alien, i really liked it nonetheless.

#74 Posted by The_Last_Ride (72496 posts) -

Transformers, probably the best one yet so far

#75 Posted by Cloud_imperium (3759 posts) -

Just watched "Moon" few moments ago , before that I was watching The Return of the King (again) .

#76 Posted by awesome3496 (2166 posts) -

Slumdog Millionaire. Great film

#77 Edited by soulless4now (41381 posts) -

The Amazing Spider-man 2. It was better than the first movie in a few ways, but other than that I still didn't like it. Weakest Marvel film of 2014.

#78 Edited by Master_Live (14861 posts) -
  • Jaws: 8/10
  • Stand By Me: 7/10
  • Dawn of the Planets of the Apes: 6/10
  • August: Osage County: 7/10
  • Being John Malkovich: 7/10
  • Crazy, Stupid, Love.: 7/10
  • Monster: 6/10
  • Affliction: 7/10
  • Charlie Wilson's War: 6/10
  • From Russia With Love: 7/10 (Repeat viewing)
  • In the Bedroom: 7/10
#79 Posted by watchdogsrules (454 posts) -

@indzman: if your talking about in theaters then transformers: age of extinction. if your talking any movie then star wars episode V: empire strikes back.

#80 Edited by Boddicker (2820 posts) -

I watched the Road Warrior (Mad Max 2) yesterday in anticipation of Fury Road.

Still has one of the best action sequences in movie history. I need to track down a copy of Mad Max and Beyond Thunderdome.

#81 Posted by CalamityO (13 posts) -

The last time I went to see a movie at the cinema was the hobbit; desolation of smuag.

#82 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28122 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy. It was not good.

#83 Posted by sibu_xgamer (339 posts) -

Copie Conforme (2010) Great film. 9/10

#84 Posted by benleslie5 (7879 posts) -

For me it was Sharknado 2

#85 Posted by commonfate (12473 posts) -

@sammyjenkis898 said:

Guardians of the Galaxy. It was not good.

Felt pretty standard. People in the theatre were having a riot tho. Clapping, shouting and giggling nonstop.

#86 Posted by LexLas (4278 posts) -

Last movie i saw was Sabotage with lots of stars. It was dam good, action packed, great story. Bullet proof action.

#87 Posted by ChuRsiBilLa (117 posts) -

last movie i saw was one of the masterpiece of bollywood kahi khushi kabhi gham and after watching i cried so many tears

and the one i saw today was due date it was hell of a fun

#88 Edited by Ballroompirate (23052 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy, it was amaaazing.

#89 Edited by soulless4now (41381 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy. After Captain America: The Winter Soldier, I'd rank it as the second best film of Phase 2.

#90 Posted by Emil_Fontz (306 posts) -

Thor: The Dark World.

#91 Posted by indzman (18225 posts) -

@soulless4now said:

Guardians of the Galaxy. After Captain America: The Winter Soldier, I'd rank it as the second best film of Phase 2.

Its releasing here this weekend in my country , can't wait to see it :)

#92 Posted by indzman (18225 posts) -

@emil_fontz said:

Thor: The Dark World.

Oh my gosh , its really you BRHD. missed you my man :)

#93 Edited by dave123321 (34153 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy

It was dazzling

#94 Posted by soulless4now (41381 posts) -

@indzman: Nice. I hope you enjoy it. The action was great. :)

#95 Posted by konvikt_17 (22254 posts) -

The Conjuring.

got a random urge to watch a scary movie for some reason. the conjuring came to mind, i remember all the hype and such. so figured, "why the fuck not?"

now i dont watch too many scary movies, not really my thing.

i thought it was great. scariest movie ive seen. i actually really enjoyed it. parts where i expected there to be a jump scare, i got all ready for it, only for nothing to happen. so then id let my guard down, then the scare would come. Patrick Wilson was great. he seems to be perfect for these types of movies.

it was odd seeing Ron Livingston though, ive only ever seen him in Office Space.

one thing i hated though was the outcome of Sadie.

overall great movie, would watch again

#96 Posted by lamprey263 (24236 posts) -

I watched Lucy, enjoyable, but the premise about using 10% of our brain thing should have probably been avoided and wasn't thought out, instead just focusing on her developing her advanced cognitive abilities.

Before that it was The Purge: Anarchy, about as mildly amusing as the first.

Before that I saw Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, enjoyed it but not as much as Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

#97 Posted by Jd1680a (5945 posts) -

I am Groot.

#98 Posted by CrimsonBrute (23597 posts) -

Superman: Unbound

#99 Posted by indzman (18225 posts) -

YESTERDAY WATCHED 22 JUMP STREET , BEST COMEDY MOVIE OF 2014 XD !!!

#100 Edited by br0kenrabbit (13102 posts) -

I watched Star Trek Into Darkness on Netflix last night. Had been meaning to watch it but never got around to it. I thought it was pretty good. I love the way Kirk and Spock reversed roles from The Wrath of Khan, I thought that was pretty clever.