Last movie you watched ?

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#4251 Edited by Ezekiel43 (1610 posts) -

Episode L of Samurai Jack, which might as well be considered a movie. A noir that oozed so much atmosphere. Felt kind of like watching Blade Runner as a cartoon.

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#4252 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

The Dark Knight - This movie would be so better if the dialogue wasn't so stilted and flat. It's weird, but the Joker is the only one who talks like an actual person. Everyone else feels like a robot putting out dialogue because plot needs it.

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#4254 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

sword masters two champions of shaolin-

Everything you need to know.

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#4255 Posted by DEVILinIRON (4862 posts) -

From the Life of the Marionettes dir. Ingmar Bergman

gut.

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#4256 Posted by Ezekiel43 (1610 posts) -

Chungking Express, second time. Pretty unique story, stylish presentation.

I think this might be my favorite Hong Kong movie. I need to see more though.

Also watched Peter Pan for the first time yesterday. Liked it. Batman: Under the Red Hood the night before, which was alright.

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From the Life of the Marionettes dir. Ingmar Bergman

gut.

Watched that about two months ago. Ja, sehr gut.

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#4257 Posted by BaelNergal (232 posts) -

Bright, on Netflix. It was a rewatch.

I learned that if you turn the subtitles on, you'll be able to read a lot of the Orcish and Elvish.

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#4258 Posted by blamix (831 posts) -

Alita Battle Angel. Also DB Broly the other night which is surprisingly good

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#4259 Posted by iamokkk (11 posts) -

Uncle Drew i think

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#4260 Posted by Afro-Flapjak (2 posts) -

Saw Brightburn yesterday; was pretty good. Binge-watching Broadchurch on Netflix at the moment; great show so far!

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#4261 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

Opium the kung fu master - Really great movie, a step above the usual stuff

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#4262 Posted by Solaryellow (4950 posts) -

The Meg.

Not even the caliber of being a renter let alone theater material.

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#4263 Edited by Ezekiel43 (1610 posts) -

The Iron Giant - Signature Edition (Blu-ray)

Found it great. Shame it did so poorly. End of an era (2D animated films). :_(

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#4264 Posted by VFighter (5014 posts) -

Captain Marvel, better then what I was expecting, but like a lot of Marvel movies no solid villain to speak of.

Chernobyl, 5 part mini series from HBO, fantastic. My only complaint is it should have been a full 10 shows, it could have easily filled it out content wise.

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#4265 Edited by deactivated-5d1dcd6d28677 (15 posts) -

This is brilliant.

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#4267 Posted by Amnesiac23 (8452 posts) -

Last movie I watched was Troll 2. Got ****ed up and watched it with friends. Pretty fun time. lol

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#4268 Posted by ADingoAteMyBaby (63 posts) -

Anal Squirt 42

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#4269 Posted by DEVILinIRON (4862 posts) -

Safety Last

Awesome film-making.

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#4270 Posted by realistic44 (8245 posts) -

Godzilla recently turns of action sequences, I thoroughly enjoy it. 8.5/10.

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#4271 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

One of my fav movies. Thank god it's not Disney, get shitty live action movie.

@ezekiel43 said:

The Iron Giant - Signature Edition (Blu-ray)

Found it great. Shame it did so poorly. End of an era (2D animated films). :_(

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#4272 Edited by jackwl89 (8 posts) -

Rewatched the Indiana Jones trilogy. I rarely watch movies but I do these and LotR once in a while

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#4274 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

Love On Delivery - Early Stephen Chow movie (Kung Fu Hussle), pretty goofy

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#4275 Edited by gonzalezboy07 (244 posts) -

Spiderman far from home it was alright

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#4276 Posted by Crash6 (3381 posts) -

The Hummingbird Project

It was decent for what it was. Based on a true story as well. Pretty engaging performance from Jesse Eisenberg as usual.

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#4277 Posted by Master_Live (19558 posts) -
  • Doctor Zhivago: 5/10 [The first hour is so slow.]
  • The Sound of Music: 6/10 [Yeah, Nazis and musicals kind of don't mix.]
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: 6/10 [That whole Civil War plot was unnecessary.]
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#4278 Edited by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

The intimation game - Pretty good, although some stuff feels trite like the Russian spy or the asshole man constantly going after him. Keira Knightley might as well be a cardboard box with a face drawn on it.

Interesting ending, no hip-hip hurras.

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#4279 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

The Take - Pretty sub-standard thriller/action movie

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#4280 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

Bad Neighbour 2 - Deeply unfunny

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#4281 Posted by VFighter (5014 posts) -

Avengers Endgame - 10+ years all leading up to this one film...and the Russo brothers dropped the ball IMO, at least in the first half of the movie. Way way way to much forced humor, the Hulk was pointless, the tone was way off, not bad mind you but it could have, should have been so much better. Still the last half is great and makes up some for the mistakes of the earlier film.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Really surprised at how good this was, Tom Holland (so?) is a fantastic Spider-Man and Peter Parker, the action was spot on and it interweaved pretty nicely with the last few MCU films.

A Star is Born - Started out great, Bradly Cooper and even Lady Gaga put in great performances, but they rush through a lot near the end that IMO could have given the film a lot more weight.

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#4282 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

Creed II - The problem with the original Creed, is that it's basically Rocky, but inferior. It's a less interesting main character, a bland antagonist and Rocky himself has now effectively retconned Rocky Balboa.

Creed II is slightly more interesting because it has a more interesting concept, that was originally suppose to be Rocky V, Drago disgraced and shunned. That entire plotline, is far more interesting than Adonis and his wifey lying on a floor dealing with a deaf baby, even though it gets a decent resolution, it just doesn't get enough focus and a massive chunk of the movie mid-way through is just a slog.

I read they were planning on making Drago movie, i'd be interested in that over a Creed III.

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#4283 Posted by VFighter (5014 posts) -

The Predator, why why why, why cant they make a freaking decent Predator movie?!? The original is a classic, the rest are hot garbage. 2 had potential but what's his name was so awful as the lead it ruined the entire movie. Imagine Arnold in the sequel, yeah it would have been a damn good film! Now The Predator, wtf did I just watch? Was it written by a 12 year old? This franchise is officially dead now.

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#4284 Posted by DEVILinIRON (4862 posts) -

Ginger Snaps 2

Pretty good. Features a young Tatyana M. from Orphan Black.

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#4285 Posted by Ezekiel43 (1610 posts) -

Dumbo (1941)

This was very charming and unlike any DIsney movie I've seen, except maybe parts of Fantasia. The 7.3 on IMDB is unbelievable. People today have awful taste.

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#4286 Posted by Ophelmark (139 posts) -

Escape From Alcatraz(1979).I think this movie was based on a real story that i vaguely remember.So maybe that's the reason i thought it was pretty good.It just made me think how some Men do some thing that might seem impossible using their own ingenuity.

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#4287 Posted by KungfuKitten (26647 posts) -

I recently watched Revolver (2005) again. There's something about that movie that won't let go of me.

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#4288 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

Superman II - It's interesting how this movie is so much lighter and kid friendly, yet the villains far more menacing than Man Of Steels.

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#4289 Posted by Hallenbeck77 (15754 posts) -
@uninspiredcup said:

Superman II - It's interesting how this movie is so much lighter and kid friendly, yet the villains far more menacing than Man Of Steels.

Which version did you watch--the original, or the Richard Donner cut?

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#4290 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

@hallenbeck77 said:
@uninspiredcup said:

Superman II - It's interesting how this movie is so much lighter and kid friendly, yet the villains far more menacing than Man Of Steels.

Which version did you watch--the original, or the Richard Donner cut?

Honestly not sure, was terrestrial TV so prob the Richard Donner cut.

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#4291 Posted by Hallenbeck77 (15754 posts) -
@uninspiredcup said:
@hallenbeck77 said:
@uninspiredcup said:

Superman II - It's interesting how this movie is so much lighter and kid friendly, yet the villains far more menacing than Man Of Steels.

Which version did you watch--the original, or the Richard Donner cut?

Honestly not sure, was terrestrial TV so prob the Richard Donner cut.

Ah--thought you watched it on DVD. I prefer either version over Man of Steel everyday.

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#4292 Posted by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

@hallenbeck77 said:
@uninspiredcup said:
@hallenbeck77 said:
@uninspiredcup said:

Superman II - It's interesting how this movie is so much lighter and kid friendly, yet the villains far more menacing than Man Of Steels.

Which version did you watch--the original, or the Richard Donner cut?

Honestly not sure, was terrestrial TV so prob the Richard Donner cut.

Ah--thought you watched it on DVD. I prefer either version over Man of Steel everyday.

Yea, I like how they realize Superman is actually trying to save people, people stick up for him when they think he'd dead, and he deliberately leads them away from populated areas.

Not edgy enough for Zack Snyder, the whole "being heroic" thing.

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#4293 Posted by Master_Live (19558 posts) -
  • The Sisters Brothers: 6/10
  • Alfie (1966): 6/10
  • Alfie (2004): 6/10 [The '66 one is the better movie. This movie acts all introspective and it doesn't the character be built for then to be deconstructed. Instead the character seems weak and apologetic from the beginning diminishing any kind of payoff. The Original is more crude and honest. And that Law haircut, yuck, such a handsome man and they give him this stupid hairstyle].

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#4294 Posted by Heirren (1537 posts) -

Ive got 2 films in the Amazon Cart:

-American Made

-Driving Miss Daisy

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#4295 Edited by Ezekiel43 (1610 posts) -

Anastasia (1997)

Enchanting. Another animation I feel is underrated. I was also impressed by how much motion there is. The characters are so animated.

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#4296 Posted by Clifford_Sexylips (65 posts) -

I watched The Last American Virgin (I know but I love oldies) and I could say with those vulgar scenes it isn't for kids but I enjoyed the twist at the end. Not a very typical ending for a romance movie but Good Job!

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#4297 Edited by VFighter (5014 posts) -

@uninspiredcup: Ughhhnot this again. Man of Steel is the better movie, by a long shot. He wasn't trying to save every single person because he couldn't yet, he wasn't truly Superman yet, he was still learning his powers, his role, he was still becoming the man of steel. Why is this so hard to understand by so many when its a big part of the entire film?

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#4298 Posted by stevesleyva (5 posts) -

Avengers Endgame. Watch it the 10th time.

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#4300 Edited by uninspiredcup (33682 posts) -

@vfighter said:

@uninspiredcup: Ughhhnot this again. Man of Steel is the better movie, by a long shot. He wasn't trying to save every single person because he couldn't yet, he wasn't truly Superman yet, he was still learning his powers, his role, he was still becoming the man of steel. Why is this so hard to understand by so many when its a big part of the entire film?

Na it sucks for a multitude of reasons.

The only single scene I like is the first in the small town and that's because it's how a real life DBZ fight would probably look like. That and i'd really like to bang Faora.

The rest is just, nonsensical plot-holes through the arse and non-characters.

As an example -

Zod claims he's coming to save Krypton, right? The universe has literally billions of planets, but earth is the only one?

That makes sense.

Zod explicitly threatens Gladiator saying "I WILL FIND HIM!", so... they make it so he, specifically the one he's going to go after, has the genes to save Krypton, sending him to a planet, Zod will destroy, that can save Krypton, in which his son doesn't need to be alive, to save Krypton?

That makes sense.

In order to convince Superman to help him, he invites him up to his ship, and apparently shows him a vision in a dream (somehow), of the world being destroyed with a Auschwitz like image of mountains of skulls burying him as he screams out helpless?

That makes sense.

In the final fight, poor old Superman is just, forced to kill Zod, as he decides to throw a rage-fit of eye-lasers possible hitting someone, after, 911 times a billion has just happened and they have literally taken the sides out of buildings. And this is, now a moral conundrum?

That makes sense.

The ending of the movie, after they came to earth, because of Supermans dumb ass father, and apparently killed millions in a city, because of Superman, has him rip down an satellite from a sky, from humans... just trying to protect themselves with Superman saying "you'll just have to trust me", because he's American as pie? Because.. he says so? Because.. he's effectively forced them through use of physical force? Meanwhile, a gurl smiles and thinks he's hawt! So kewl for doing that.

That makes sense. Thanks for that Superman, you're da best.

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In Superman 2 it has a city fight, but it's lighter in tone, the bad guys use his morality against him (rather than just saying it), and he actively draws them away with people thinking he's a coward. The humans even stick up for him in a futile attempt to stand up against Zod.

Meanwhile, in Man OF Steel, this is how everyone looks, like 97% of the time.

Like their gran has died or some shit.