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#6201  Edited By pillarrocks
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Terrorizer 9/10

Pretty graphic horror movies. Art the clown reminds me of Mr. Bean if he did horror movies. I don't know if I want to see Terrorizer 2 as I hear it's more brutal than the first one.

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The Pianist (2002). I think I caught glimpses of it as a child on TV, but only those parts were A. Brody's character was playing the piano, so imagine my surprise that the movie was not really about that, but about plight of Jewish in Warsaw after the Nazis occupied Poland. From the point when the residents were forced to wear armbands and until the scenes of deportation to concentration camps (so, maybe 2/3 of the movie), it was very uncomfortable watch and I was debating to continue another day. But after those scenes ends, the movie becomes significantly less heavy. Maybe Roman Polanski thought that it was enough emotional torture for the viewers. Wouldn't watch it again, but I really recommend it for those that have not yet seen it.

8/10

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De Ja Vu - Old movie now, just watched cause Denzel Washington innit it.

Meh. But he's good (as usual)

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#6204 Jag85
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In the last two months:

The Karate Kid - 8/10

Before resuming Cobra Kai S3 (I left off at S2 about 2 years ago), I thought I'd rewatch The Karate Kid trilogy. The original movie still holds up. The action is meh, but the story and characters are what made it a classic. It's interesting seeing it from a new angle after Cobra Kai. But Johnny still comes off as a dick in this movie, despite Cobra Kai later redeeming him. The relationship between Daniel and Miyagi is the strongest point of the movie.

Rush Hour - 8/10

Just randomly decided to rewatch this with some relatives, including my nephew who had never watched Jackie Chan or Chris Tucker before. Still one of the best buddy cop movies. My nephew loved this movie so much he wanted to rewatch it again. Personally, I think Jackie's action scenes aren't as good as his earlier Hong Kong stuff, but they're still some of the best action scenes by Hollywood standards. That, combined with Chris Tucker's comic chops, make it a timeless classic.

Project A - 9/10

After Rush Hour, decided to go all the way back to an OG Jackie Chan classic. The story is meh, but Project A still has some of the best action-comedy ever seen on film. Besides Jackie's crazy acrobatics, my nephew really liked Sammo Hung, because it's not every day you see a funny fat guy kicking ass... Sammo's antics against the villain in the final fight had everyone laughing their arse off! Still one of the best action-comedy movies.

Hawkeye (TV) - 5/10

Started off fairly interesting, but the show got boring as it went on. I've enjoyed the three previous MCU shows (WandaVision, Loki, Falcon), but couldn't get into this one. The protagonist herself, Kate Bishop, just isn't an interesting character and comes off as a rich spoilt brat for much of the show. Meanwhile, Hawkeye himself gets reduced to a supporting role in his own show. Disappointed.

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The Hot Chick - I know it's cool to hate Rob Schneider, esp with critics. But laughed at least 4-5 times during this movie and had fun.

Eh.

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The Wraith - Whenever I think of something that encapsulates 80s style movies it's this.

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Kuffs (1992) - This movie is so fucking bad. So, so bad. Poor (poor) mans Beveraly Hill Hop.

Even the theme tune sounds off-brand.

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The thing about this movie, trying to make out Christian Slaters characters as a loveable scallywag rogue, but he's just a fucking assholes from start to end.

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#6208 deactivated-63d1ad7651984
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I watched ATM 2012 again I only like the movie mostly because of the setting I like movies where people are trapped together all the characters are pretty annoying luckily most of them die.

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Samaratin - I like the first half of this and the general premise. But the second half turns into mess.

Stallon is great in it.

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Con Air

Idiotic Die Hard on a plane. There was a kind of underlying lack of excitement witnessing the lack of restraint in everything. Smiles I had were mostly just at how dumb and talentless the filmmaking was. It's only a few levels above straight to video quality. Laughed at how many contrivances had to happen to kill the bad guy (John Malkovich) in that way, but the whole movie has things like that. Drama mostly fails too, with total cringe like the black guy saying he thinks there might not be a god as he's dying. Nic Cage's Alabama accent somehow adds to the cheapness of the whole thing.

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About to watch this tonight...

Directed by Robert Zemekis and co-written by him and Bob Gale (creators of Back to the Future), it stars Kurt Russel as a charming/sleazy car salesman who's caught up in a feud of competing car dealerships between his boss and his boss' twin (both played by Jack Warden). I remember it being kinda raunchy at the time, but I haven't seen it in years. Shout! Factory just gave this a 4K release a week or two ago, so I'll be giving this a go shortly.

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Halloween 3. The only Halloween that doesn't have Michael Myers in it. Oh well, he's in it for a few seconds.

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Fists Of Fury - Not Bruce Lees strongest movie. But I enjoyed parts of it.

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Alive (2020) - 7/10

Yet another K-zombie (Korean zombie) flick. There's been too much K-zombie stuff lately, so the genre is getting a bit tired now. This one is a bit different though. It doesn't focus much on the zombies, but feels more like a COVID satire, if anything. It's basically a pandemic-era "boy meets girl" rom-com (kind of). The zombie stuff has been done better in other K-zombie flicks, but I enjoyed the interactions between the lead pair.

The Door into Summer (2020) - 8/10

Japanese time travel movie based on a '50s American pulp sci-fi novel. The movie was somewhat predictable, as it treads similar ground to popular time travel stories like Back to the Future and Steins Gate. But since its source material is from the '50s, this is an OG (though a heavily modernized adaptation). Either way, it was still an enjoyable, touching story.

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Dollman- The idea of this, a bounty hunter who's 13cm tall with the strongest handgun in the world is so stupid but also a pretty original concept.

Obv low budget as shit, but charming if you have the right-mindset for Albert Pyuns stuff.

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Flight Plan 2005 8/10 I like some Jodie Foster movies.

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The Fog - For whatever reason this is a movie just never watched and have little information on.

As a fan of John Carpenter it was a treat to go in blind.

And yea, it's great. "Some fog" on paper sounds boring as ****, but it's pretty tense in a lot of sequences. And his soundtrack per usual is the tits.

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Hell Of The Living Dead - I love 80's Italian horror/giallo but this is just boring.

A lot of it is just padding, shots of them running around doing nothing with rando stock footage thrown in to try to convince you they aren't running around Italy. Basically no story either.

There's a hilarious part where the woman has to convince the "natives" they "come in peace" so she immediately takes her top off with a zoom in of her breasts before she walks into the village naked with some face-paint on.

Zombie movie regardless of quality should never be boring.

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Deathstalker II - This is cinema

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Superman: The Movie, starring Christopher Reeve.

It’s just a fun movie and a good take on the character and his enemies. It has some corny good lines and an ending that I thought was super dumb at first, but I decided I liked the ending after thinking about it some more.

8/10

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Nick of Time 1995 great flick seen it a few times.

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Rush Hour 2 (2001) - 7/10

Not as good as the first movie, but still a fun time.

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Nekrotronic.

Not great, but fun. A cheap little devil-vs-necromancer movie from Australia with a internet-age spin to it. Lots of blood, cheesy acting...seems like a really good film student movie than a studio-type of movie.

@warmblur said:

Nick of Time 1995 great flick seen it a few times.

Is that with Depp? I liked that one.

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#6224  Edited By deactivated-63d1ad7651984
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@mrbojangles25 said:

Nekrotronic.

Not great, but fun. A cheap little devil-vs-necromancer movie from Australia with a internet-age spin to it. Lots of blood, cheesy acting...seems like a really good film student movie than a studio-type of movie.

@warmblur said:

Nick of Time 1995 great flick seen it a few times.

Is that with Depp? I liked that one.

Yep, that's it.

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Django Unchained. Too freaking long to be engaging. And that's the problem with most Quentini Tarantinini movies for me.

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Split Second - Bad movie, but like the setting and Rutger Hauer

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Ambulance 2022 7/10.

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Sucker Punch (2011) - 6 out of 10. Would not call it trash, but what the hell was the makers smoking when making this.

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Mississippi Burning - One of those movies where lit every actor is perfectly cast.

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Watched How the Grinch Stole Christmas with the wife and daughter. Watched Justice League: Doom before that.

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Avatar 2.

Real disappointed.

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Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow. Decent rendition of the headless horseman story and surprisingly good cast.

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#6235  Edited By deactivated-63d1ad7651984
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Man on a Ledge 2012 I watched this movie years ago I think I liked it more back then it's not bad but it just was decent way to many tropes 6/10.

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#6236  Edited By one_plum
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Avatar 2.

Real disappointed.

I just came back from Avatar; I found it ok, nothing more, nothing less. It feels similar to Wakanda Forever, which I thought was mediocre. I gotta say Avatar was very beautiful though, and this is coming from someone who normally doesn't like the overabundance of CGI in movies.

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#6237  Edited By MirkoS77
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@one_plum said:
@MirkoS77 said:

Avatar 2.

Real disappointed.

I just came back from Avatar; I found it ok, nothing more, nothing less. It feels similar to Wakanda Forever, which I thought was mediocre. I gotta say Avatar was very beautiful though, and this is coming from someone who normally doesn't like the overabundance of CGI in movies.

It was ok and most certainly visually stunning, but in terms of plot, it felt to be an exact retreading of the first. Sky people come, fight the indigenous, are defeated. Only difference was it took place on the water instead of the forest. What exactly was progressed aside that Jake and Nyteri have a family + the father son dynamic?

I saw no significant growth in characterization or plot that moves the story forward enough to remain interesting. And remember, there’s two more films in the pipeline. What are they going to do next? Another invasion of the sky people, yet instead of unobtanium or eternal youth whale honey brain juice netting 10 million a container, we’re going to have Ewya‘s nectar fought over?

These movies feel to me like an excuse to try out the newest CGI techniques.

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The Pokémon movie with Hoopa.

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Hot Fuzz (2007). Pretty enjoyable.

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Back to the Future. A great 80’s movie,I’m guessing the majority of people saw it already? 8/10.

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Creature 1985 - A complete Alien ripoff. Be fine with that if it was fun, but mostly just boring. Not even Klaus Kinski can save it.

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In keeping with the spirit of the Christmas days, I watched Die Hard. Can't go wrong with it.

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Phantasm - Watched one of the later entries but never the original. Pretty dope. I don't think it's John Carpenter good or anything but def check out it's sequels.

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#6244  Edited By Macutchi
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@johnd13 said:

In keeping with the spirit of the Christmas days, I watched Die Hard. Can't go wrong with it.

you absolutely cannot. watched it today whilst wrapping some presents. when he's on the roof trying to radio through to the police.

police woman: sir this channel is reserved for emergency calls only.

mcclane: no fckin shit lady do i sound like im ordering a pizza?

i lol'd.

whole film is class

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My Dinner with Andre

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Phantasm II - Not as good as original but expected. Still enjoyed it.

Love the main theme tune for this series. Kinda awesome.

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Red Dawn - Hard to believe this was based off a true story

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#6248  Edited By jaydan
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What a wholesome movie to watch on Christmas Eve.

All jokes aside--

The Banshees of Inisherin is a rather dark yet comedic drama, about two best friends whose friendship comes to an abrupt end. All because one of them woke up one day finding the other to be a dull waste of his time and no longer wants anything to do with him.

It's unfortunate when relationships end like this, but it happens. Sometimes people just outgrow the other and there's nothing more that will stimulate that connection.

The victim of this unfriending finds himself stupefied and obsessed over trying to figure out what the hell is going on, and to make it up assuming there's anything to make up at all.

It's a bit of a cautionary tale that sometimes it's best to just let people go and to move on. That's not the direction this film takes, and both parties take a spiral down into madness.

Solid acting, great cinematography that shows beautiful scenery off the Irish mainland. Really glad I watched this one, it made me think of some of my past relationships that I've had to move on from. It's never easy to let certain people go, especially when they are people you were once close to. Sometimes people grow out of phases and other times reason can be unknown and absurd; but sometimes it's best to just let it go.

I suspect this one will get a lot of attention this award season.

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Avatar: The Way of Water. An entertaining 3+ hour watch. Visually it was impressive but nothing groundbreaking - everyone needs to see it in 3D. The narrative was pretty much a retreading of the original with a focus on family. I think it could have used some of the runtime allocated to teenage drama towards better exploring certain characters like the girl voiced by Sigourney Weaver.

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Scrooge: A Christmas Carol on Netflix.

This was the first A Christmas Carol adaptation I've seen and I loved it. It was quite moving even though pretty much everyone knows about the classic story by now.