Last movie you watched ?

#201 Posted by sukraj (22297 posts) -

Evil Dead - Original

#202 Posted by indzman (17322 posts) -

@korvus said:

@indzman said:

Me too, Goldzilla 1998 got awesome action and special effects. This new Godzilla is all about the crazy breaking bad family and its problems over Godzilla :(

Why do I have the feeling you're making fun of me? XD

No No In all honesty, i didn't enjoy new Godzilla. Only the movies cinematography was awesome. Very less of Godzilla and whenever action was about to happen between Godzilla and the monsters, story shifted to the idiotic family ( wuts dad doing or brooding over dead wifey, son doing or sons family doing). The movie couldve been a masterpeice if the story stayed on godzilla. They ruined it in name of tension build up.

#203 Posted by indzman (17322 posts) -

The Grudge english version trilogy, Daredevil Directors Cut. Going to watch Sky High and Knight and Day Next :)

#204 Posted by PannicAtack (21021 posts) -

The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Was fun.

#205 Edited by BabyPulpFiction (54 posts) -

Nymphomaniac part 2 and just started watching Twin Peaks. ^_^ thank you, Netflix.

#206 Posted by WolfgarTheQuiet (278 posts) -

Decampitated by Troma Films

#207 Posted by sukraj (22297 posts) -

Wishmaster

#208 Posted by Xeno_ghost (676 posts) -

Training Day

#209 Posted by _Judas_ (720 posts) -

The Deadly Spawn

#210 Edited by indzman (17322 posts) -

Training Day

One of my fav movies EVER :)

#211 Posted by Xeno_ghost (676 posts) -

@indzman: for sure one of my favourites to. What's your favourite scene?

#212 Posted by indzman (17322 posts) -

@indzman: for sure one of my favourites to. What's your favourite scene?

Ummm Eva Mendes nude =P

While whole movies awesome , most dangerous scene was ethan in the loco gangsters hideout without knowing denzel sold him out, all playing cards / joking around. What happens next was unexpected lol.

#213 Posted by -TheSecondSign- (9185 posts) -

Dom Hemingway

bretty gud.

#214 Posted by Aljosa23 (24782 posts) -

Key Largo. Good stuff, Bogey and Bacall are amazing together.

#215 Posted by blamix99 (1715 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy

Godzilla

Batman: Assault in Arkham

#216 Posted by Xeno_ghost (676 posts) -

@indzman: "Ummm Eva Mendes nude =P"

"While whole movies awesome , most dangerous scene was ethan in the loco gangsters hideout without knowing denzel sold him out, all playing cards / joking around. What happens next was unexpected lol."

SNAP!! Two of my most favourite scenes also :)

#217 Edited by hoosier7 (3780 posts) -

Good Will Hunting was on TV last week, love that film, there's just so many memorable scenes.

#218 Edited by Bardock47 (5244 posts) -

Finally saw The Conjuring. Very well done!

#219 Posted by gago-gago (9389 posts) -

Fault in Our Stars, I think that's the title.

#220 Posted by Master_Live (14244 posts) -
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflowers: 5/10 [It was like a bad 1 hour, 40 minutes Boys Meets World or Degrassi movie.]
  • The Straight Story: 7/10
  • The Master: 7/10 [2nd viewing]
#221 Posted by watchdogsrules (359 posts) -

sadly, Tangled.

#222 Posted by Big_Pecks (5253 posts) -

The Wolf of Wall Street.

#223 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28051 posts) -

Starred Up.

#224 Edited by amalager (106 posts) -

The latest movie I watched was The Amazing Spiderman. It's cool but I prefer more actions without the help of massive Computer Generated effects. But it's still amazing though. Haha. Confusing.

#225 Posted by trav_have (5601 posts) -

I saw Guardians of the Galaxy last weekend. I thought it was amazing. Great movie.

Also recently watched Clear History, made by and starring Larry David. Seinfeld kind of humor, obviously. It was pretty funny.

#226 Posted by Master_Live (14244 posts) -
  • Dance With Wolves: 7/10
  • Citizen Kane: 7/10
  • Captain America: 4/10
  • The Winter Soldier: 4/10
#227 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26069 posts) -

'Frank', which was good for an hour then fell apart in the last thirty minutes.

'Coherence', biggest surprise so far this year. A true gem. One of the top five of the year so far for me.

#228 Edited by harry_james_pot (10657 posts) -

I watched The Amazing Spiderman 2 yesterday. It has some problems, but I enjoyed it a LOT more than the first one. The cinematography was significantly better as well.

#229 Posted by Korvus (3356 posts) -

Not really a "movie" but I just watched Jesus Camp...holy crap, that was horrible...

#230 Edited by SovietsUnited (2206 posts) -

Videodrome - 8/10
Spring Breakers - 6/10

#231 Posted by Flubbbs (2996 posts) -

The Assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford - 9/10

#232 Edited by amalager (106 posts) -

Hmm. Last movie I watched. Transcendence. I watch it while trying to train my character more on Rohan. Actually, I like Johnny Depp. Thats why I tried watching the movie and its awesome!

#233 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26069 posts) -

'The One I Love', pretty good, fun plot, best to go in without knowing what it is about. Just don't expect it to stick with you once it is over. Elisabeth Moss is brilliant, as always.

'Honeymoon', utter shit. The exact sort of horror film I hate. Worst film so far of 2014, IMO.

'Oculus', pretty darn great - for a horror flick. Great production and performances; actually earns its suspense and scares. Plus a total mind fuck at times. Who knew a mirror could make such a good and psychotic horror villain!

'Blue Ruin', devastatingly good. One of the tensest thrillers I've seen in a while. Also one of the years best films.

#234 Posted by watchdogsrules (359 posts) -

mission:impossible II (best one ever, even better than ghost protocol)

#235 Posted by Yoshi9000 (391 posts) -

Under the Skin. Not a masterpiece like some critics say, but definitely not over pretentious garbage like lots of people have said it is. 8/10 experience for me. The way it is filmed is different than most new films, and that's what I really appreciated and enjoyed. Very thought provoking.

#236 Edited by karloss01 (529 posts) -

Sin City 2, I'd completely forgot i watched it though not to say it was a bad film.

#237 Posted by Master_Live (14244 posts) -
  • The King of Comedy 7/10, my admiration for De Niro grew.
  • Stargate: 7/10
  • Jarhead: 5/10 (2nd viewing).
  • Saving Private Ryan: 8/10 (3rd viewing).
  • Boiler Room: 7/10 (2nd viewing). It holds pretty well against TWOWS.
#238 Edited by Korvus (3356 posts) -

Edge of Tomorrow. Damn movie made no sense...

#239 Posted by GazaAli (22550 posts) -

The Prestige. It was some 10 days ago, I'm not a hardcore movie fan, more of a series kind of a guy. The movie was good, enjoyed the Tesla bit they threw in there quite much. I didn't care for the accents though, and the completely unnecessary Scarlett Johansson made me yawn. Good movie nevertheless.

#240 Edited by lamprey263 (23300 posts) -

Just watched "Sacrament" on Netflix, part of my scraping the bottom of the Netflix barrel but was pleasantly surprised, I liked the premise of a VICE crew going out to document a cult, wasn't sure what to expect, but by the end I realized the film was just a retelling of the Jonestown Cult mass suicides of that happened in 1978, but in a different setting and time and location but the events are paralleled the cult on many levels, from how they depicted the leader, to the cult behavior, to how the mass suicide was carried out, and the reasons that set forth the mass suicide, such as the media coverage of the cult.

It almost made me forget how awful Maze Runner was, but I guess I was asking for it then, I mean what did I expect going to see a film based on teen fiction, like all the other teen fiction shit it turned out to be shit on screen.

@korvus said:

Edge of Tomorrow. Damn movie made no sense...

It was a fun movie, but not making any sense(?), I thought it couldn't be any simpler for the most part, except for the end where the time reset was earlier but who cares. Overall I'd say it was one of the better summer films.

#241 Posted by Brutal_Elitegs (16183 posts) -

Technically the last film I watched was C'etait un rendez-vous, but before that I watched How to Train Your Dragon 2. I really enjoyed it.


#242 Posted by Fred_Flatulence (50 posts) -

The Drop. It's good

#243 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28051 posts) -

Love is Strange
Maps to the Stars
The Drop
After the Wedding

#244 Posted by Korvus (3356 posts) -

It was a fun movie, but not making any sense(?), I thought it couldn't be any simpler for the most part, except for the end where the time reset was earlier but who cares. Overall I'd say it was one of the better summer films.

Actually the last reset time was correct, it was other stuff that didn't make sense.

#245 Posted by Behardy24 (3287 posts) -

To Die For

#246 Posted by Behardy24 (3287 posts) -

A Simple Plan

#247 Edited by Lord_Daemon (24235 posts) -
#248 Posted by Behardy24 (3287 posts) -

Red.

#249 Edited by sam-jay (46 posts) -

last night and that'd be hotel trans it's so hilarious

#250 Posted by Brutal_Elitegs (16183 posts) -

Watched Edge of Tomorrow. I dug it.