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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Fri Jan 15, 2016 5:42 am

well that no doubt is the reason but still they should stop making them instead of milking them to death but than what do i know? by the way i noticed this is the 1,000 post in this thread!
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:48 pm

My condolences to those who had to watch the latest Chipmunks movie... Very Happy

I won't list up every movie I've watched since my last visit here. Only my latest cinema visits in this fresh new year:

Song of the Sea
The Irish animated movie that has started just lately here in cinemas. Actually it's a gorgeous looking movie with lots of eyecandy, I just wish the story would be a bit more original and entertaining. And I wish I wasn't sick when I went to see it.

The Danish Girl
Personally I enjoyed it very much, from beginning to end. Certainly one of my highlights of 2016. But let's see what the rest of the year will bring. Oh and I had to skip the screening I wanted to go to because it was hopelessly sold out. I went to the next one after that. That's something I almost never experience.

The Boy and the World
Now I know that it's one of the Oscar-nominated animated features. And it seems like everybody praises it. Well, I don't. Sure, the animations, as simple as they seem to be at first glance, can be very beautiful and give you a "Wow" effect. But I believe that this movie - without any dialogue but lots of random stuff happening - would work better as an animated short. 80 minutes are too many for a plot told like this (a plot I too often couldn't quite get).

Now...I'd like to share my list of my ranked 2015 movies.
If you want to see the complete list (32 movies), please click here: http://letterboxd.com/tabascofanatic/list/movies-ive-seen-in-theaters-in-2015-ranked/.
And click "Read Notes" to read what I think about these listed movies.

In a nutshell, it was the year with the most cinema visits in my life (also thanks to some changes in my life) - which is awesome Smile
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Wed Jan 20, 2016 12:31 pm

"13 HOURS"
It's great to see Michael Bay back to his R-rated works again.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sun Jan 24, 2016 2:18 am

The last movies I've checked since my last post:

The brandnew Testament
A Belgian comedy pretty much about Christianity being overrated. Starring a great cast and having lots of great ideas (like why God created people or what people do when they learn about their death dates). Not without flaws but I had much fun with it. Its style is a bit like "Amélie", only about religion and way more mean.
This movie btw. was sent in as a candidate for Best foreign picture at the Oscars but wasn't nominated.

The Revenant
I saw it today and yes, it was worth it. I especially enjoyed the action scenes (like the opening fight scene or the bear sequence) and about everything that shows the harshness of nature. DiCaprio did a great job, I admit. I can't complain much except that, sure, I'm still not a lover of this film and I guess that MAYBE 2 1/2 hours don't have to be.

I plan to watch "Anomalisa" tomorrow. I hope it works out. Smile

Oh and on DVD...

Der Gründer (The Founder)
For sure one of the most mindf*cking German movies I've seen so far (something I didn't quite expect before watching). And it's actually a satire about a former spiritual TV channel that ripped off people and had a porn producer als its spiritual "master".
Don't believe me? Here's a song sequence of the movie:

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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Mon Mar 28, 2016 1:17 am

I'd like to share my last theater screenings with you (resp. my opinions on them). Chronically, some entires, however, were a longer while ago:

Anomalisa
Without a doubt an interesting animated movie with some great ideas and scenes. However, I didn't feel the hype or the reason why people praised this. In the end I rather felt disappointed even though I didn't go in with high expectations or something. Maybe I needed more of a point of this plot.

The Hateful Eight
A very fine chamber play with fine dialogues and cast of characters. Pretty high so far in my top 2016 list. Also it was a rare possibility to go to the theater with a friend.

Spotlight
A fascinating, intense movie even though you mostly watch journalists doing their researches on a scandal. I can't say if the oscar for best picture is justified or not but it's a good movie anyway.

Deadpool
Right after "Spotlight" Wink
But to be honest, as in "Anomalisa", I can't join the crowd that praises this movie. Can't I quite connect because I haven't read a Deadpool comic or played the game? I don't know. But between a few funny and original scenes there were whole sequences that didn't make me laugh or didn't work for me.

Where to invade next
Michael Moore's latest documentary on how European ideas could solve the problems of the USA.
At least Moore admits in the beginning that he does cherry picking here. Because as a documentary it's pretty much sugercoating one thing in order to criticize another. But still in that in mind, at least it's entertaining and you can still learn some interesting things.

Zootopia
So far one of my highlights of this year and the best Disney movie in years for me. Sure the message told already in the first few minutes may give a bad feeling about the rest of the movie but it turned out to be a very great adventure with a lot of creative and beautiful designs, good jokes, a crime plot that works and is not too predictable and awesome main characters.

Chocolat
A French movie that handles the story of "Chocolat", the first black circus artist who formed a duo with a white clown (played by James Thiérée, a grandson of Charlie Chaplin btw). Unfortunately the movie turned out to be not that strong or inspiring in the end. I give most credits to the two main actors, they did a great job and they're interesting to watch. But everything else feels messy, sometimes awkward and uncomfortable.

Room
So far I would dare to say that this could be on top of my 2016 movies. It's that good and intense. Even though you know - thanks to the book or to the advertisements - how the story ends, the story still is intense. The acting? Amazing, especially Jacob Tremblay as the young Jack (whenever he cried, I cried). Also the movie doesn't spoonfeed the audience with information or plays on their emotions with sad music or other stimulators too often. That's also something to be praised. I recommend "Room".

Virgin Mountain
A movie from Iceland in which a single man in his 40s who still lives with his mother and rarely has friends learns to love by meeting a woman in a country dancing school. I wish I could praise this movie more but in the end it felt way too sad and the messages felt too messed up. So doing all sorts of hard work for a person who already told you that he/she doesn't love you is fine? Is it okay to believe that if you do certain things then a person will fall in love with you? Sorry, but that's just stuff that you don't believe anymore if you become reasonable. But this movie makes it looks like all of these exploitations are alright which makes me feel sorry and angry at the main character at the same time. Yes, extra efforts for love are totally right, but not getting exploited. But I gotta say that the main actors plays his part very well and it was nice to see a story happening in Iceland for a change.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Fri Apr 22, 2016 11:49 am

"Green Room"
Imagine if "American History X" was a psychological horror film.
I saw it at a limited release in NYC.
It's one of the most brutally violent films I've seen this year.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sun Apr 24, 2016 12:25 pm

i am not sure if it's going to be my next film or not but it's going to be soon. where i watch the (1934) classic film The Thin Man once i finish reading the novel the film is based off of. because i am honestly curious what's left in the film after reading the book. and since it's been awhile since i last watched it i now am curious how i'll view it after reading the novel. i'm nearly done with the novel i'm 86% into it. i'm reading it on my amazon fire kindle so i have no idea what page that would be. either way i have i think 3 chapters left to read and than i shall be done with the book.

a film i am curious to see is like i said elsewhere Johnny Depp is supposely going to play Nick Charles and i'm dying to see him in the role cause i just have a feeling it's going to be a good one. however i really don't think that it's going to come out in say the next 5 years sadly.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Fri Jun 03, 2016 9:34 am

"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows"
I've just came back from an early screening.
The plot is very simular to "Secret of the Ooze".
It's better than the previous Platinum Dunes reboot & it's fanservice for old-school TMNT fans.
I think that Krang, Bebop & Rocksteady were the only things worth watching.
I can't wait to see what Brad thinks about it.

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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sun Jun 12, 2016 4:59 am

i haven't been to the movies since Star Wars was out so it's been awhile but they used the same story for secret of the ooze? Seriously? how unoriginal of them. that's a great film too i think. and hell i remember going to see that and the credits were longer than the VHS or the dvd version ofit. i have yet to get them on blu-ray. i keep waiting for them to put shit on the discs rather than have them bare bones.

anyways for years my brother said no you are full of shit when i told him it was longer. than i looked up a couple years back on trivia on IMDB and if the trivia is right than so was i.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Tue Jun 14, 2016 10:35 pm

I've been to the movies again in the meantime...

10 Cloverfield Lane
Yeah...it was okay. Not very creepy, not very intense but it was interesting enough to follow the story. BTW the bunker appartment didn't look that bad.

The Jungle Book
The remake. Overall I don't really like this. I also don't say that the original animated movie is a fantastic masterpiece but I grew up with it, it has its charm and a couple of great scenes and characters. The new version, however, hardly gave me anything. Like in "The Good Dinosaur" I basically watched a soulless CGI fest without feeling anything. The movie also was put together in a weird way (how conflicts or musical numbers were placed for example).

Bridgend
A drama about the little town in South Wales called Bridgend, famous for its suicide series of teenagers. It's a rather quiet movie (you don't really get to see the suicidal acts, much blood or gore) and the atmosphere totally makes it. Also the young actors did a good job in portraying the teenage characters.

Alice through the Looking Glass
So far the worst movie of 2016 for me. A colourful but painfully boring mess without having much to do with Wonderland or its characters (or its sequel book which has the same name as this movie). Sure, Sacha Baron Cohen as Time, 1-2 designs or the time pun scene at the tea party were fun to watch but anything else was really bad.

Wild
No, not the Reese Witherspoon flick. It's a recent German movie about a young frustrated, shy woman trying to break out of her life step by step after seeing and kidnapping a wolf in her city.
It failed in many things, especially in transporting messages that should make the woman's actions plausible or something you identify with. But in reality - or: as I see it - she does a bunch of horrible things throughout the movie (for instance KEEPING A FREAKING WOLF IN HER SMALL CRAPPY APPARTMENT AGAINST ITS WILL) and some of them are rather hilarious than emotionally stunning. A bad movie but at least not really boring. And not as good as I hoped either.

Green Room
Quite a great action/thriller movie about those poor punk band trying to escape a gang of freaking neo nazis.
I especially enjoyed the soundrack, some of the settings and the fact that the action scenes don't come up as you might be used to thanks to tons of other movies. So there are some more surprises. Also I liked the characters who have to get out without clever fast strategies or awesome fighting skills. Way more intense and exciting.

The Forbidden Room
So hard to describe or rate. Basically it's a deeply confusing mess of scenes, styles and stories. But I believe that this was intended.
It was fascinating and a bit funny sometimes but also boring at other times (after all, the whole thing goes for 2 hours).
If I would recommend the movie to you then only if you 1. really like great weirdness in movies and 2. if you have the patience to sit through the whole thing.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Mon Jul 11, 2016 5:57 pm

My last VOD movies...

Guardians of the Galaxy
Finally watched this on Netflix and totally dug it. A fun space adventure with loveable characters and lots of humor and action. Not perfect but still very entertaining.

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
A Dreamworks movie I had to catch up on. Overall it's a solid movie with nice scenes, animations and horse characters (and the idea of having the animals not talk - even the narrator's not talking much - works great here). However, some other animations look bad - at least nowadays - and there were also some boring moments.

Forgotten
A German horror/thriller movie with the original "Du hast es versprochen" (You promised).
In it a young woman meets her best childhood friend again and they travel to their childhood place where creepy things and legends confront them.
However, it wasn't that creepy. Way too boring, messy and uninteresting. Thank goodness I had friends to watch this with me.

God's not dead
Yes, Brad inspired me to watch this after I found out that this movie was uploaded in my local Netflix.
And it IS horrible. Even if I didn't loose my faith in God/Christianity (NOT by tragedy btw), I would still dislike this movie. Everything goes wrong here: The filmmaking, the characters, the dialogues, the dozen side plots and especially the fact how atheists/Non-Christians are portrayed. Absolutely terrible in many ways. By the way: My first Pure Flix watch.

And in theaters...

Me before you
Could be descent without its horrible messages like "You can live your life fully if you're rich and not handicapped" (intentional or not), the not-so-good acting and the annoying "heroine". Yeah, that Will guy looked handsome as well as the landscapes but they don't save this movie.

High Rise
A fascinating plot mixed with very nice visuals and soundtrack. Well acted, too. However, the second half was confusing so I lost overview sometimes and it was fun while it lasted but afterwards it was not like I though much of this movie even though it was not bad.

Paris 05:59
A French drama about to young men meeting and falling in love with each other in a gay sex club but also having to deal with one of them having the HIV virus. Actually it was a very nice experience and the two main actors were credible, handsome and had chemistry. Also their nightly stroll through Paris was cool to watch. Overall I liked it. But beware if you want to watch this, too (especially with other people): The first half or so is basically showing porn (without hiding the genitals or sexual acts).
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Mon Aug 15, 2016 11:40 pm

Shogun
I've been watching the Shogun miniseries lately, and there is just something that ticks inside me. It just works. It is cheezy, yes, but it has all the right stuff for my tastes. Beautiful ladies, beautiful sets, a strong story, Toshiro Mifune...what else could you possibly want?

Prach a broky
Literally one of the greatest fairytales I have ever bloody watched. A mate showed this short film to me two days ago and I was completely blown away. A couple of historical fencers from my country made this, with some crowdfunding and sponsors to increase the budget. The majority of the actors actually added money to the budget, instead of getting paid for it.

The story itself is really cool if you know fencers and Czech fairytales. It was supposed to be a nice fairytale about 7 bandits from our culture, but somewhere along the way (because fencers are messed up) the story got really fucking dark. Beautiful women, nice swordfights and shooting, a surprisingly strong story and the greatest Devil I have ever seen.

If you are interested, it's for free on Youtube with English subtitles. Link. Please do not consider this spam, I am just gushing about this movie so goddamn much I just had to share it with you guys.

Enter the Void
Found this movie through some webm's, and its visuals are absolutely incredible. Being intoxicated, this movie pulled me in and spitted me out completely exhausted, but satisfied. Can highly recommend, but it is a rather heavy movie that requires solitude and attention.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:10 am

i finally did see Ratchet & Clank and i loved it. i'm a die hard fan of the series so i know the main characters and how stupid Quark is and how much he loves himself. so what he does in the film really fits into what he would do in the games. i wish Brad & Brian had liked it but oh well i guess. i have no idea if people who have never played the game will like it. i'd love to say it wasn't made for guys like Brian and Brad but than they have liked some
stuff that normally isn't stuff they'd go and see so that kinda would kill my post.

there have been plenty of films out that i didn't think the gang would like and did. i'm not saying it's the best film of the year material i have no idea what film i'd consider that one. but to me it felt pretty faithful to the game, in fact the game has more in it than the film does. such as them going to certain planets and doing certain things, fighting certain enemies that are not in the film. it's not a big deal to me either but the story is the same as the game more or less. in fact i think the game has more story the film does. i hope a sequel is made but more is added from the games and of course it depends on the script too. i'd like an even better film cause it'd be nice if the right people are involved it might be a hit for Sony.

but than they still have Sly Cooper Coming out and i'm dying to see that one. i wonder if Team Snob will like that one?
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sat Sep 03, 2016 7:01 am

Had the day off so I tried to catch up with some of this year's releases, watched THE WITCH, THE NICE GUYS, HELL OR HIGH WATER and THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS.
Liked, didn't love, THE NICE GUYS; I thought Ryan Gosling's performance was fantastic. THE WITCH was beautifully made but I found the story kind of underwhelming. OCEANS was really good and HoHW was divine (though it likely means once again I'll have to see Ben Foster get snubbed when awards season rolls around.)
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Mon Sep 05, 2016 12:00 am

My last movies seen in the theaters...

The BFG
It was not horrible but honestly: I was more disappointed than pleased. Could have had more magical and quiet moments and sequences.

Toni Erdmann
The critics are quite right: A good German movie for once with a loveable protagonist.

Ghostbusters
To be honest, I enjoyed the movie. Not fantastic, not better than the original "Ghostbusters" movie (but more enjoyable than "Ghostbusters 2") but a good summer movie. I also liked these Ghostbusters and the ghosts.


Latest Netflix experiences...

Clueless
A teen comedy I was curious about. And it was worth the watch: mostly very likeable and funny, just the end felt a little uneven.

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
Catching up on some Dreamworks movies: It was okay but more "meh" than just good or just bad. I liked the friendship between the female protagonist and Sinbads crew and a few scenes were cool but the animation was party horrible and the story and action were mostly mediocre.

Shark Tale
Catching up on some Dreamworks movies: Just bad. A bad idea from the start. But I can't believe that I still know worse animated movies than this (especially "Chicken Little").

Over the Hedge
Catching up on some Dreamworks movies: Better and funnier than I expected. Not a great movie but entertaining enough to keep me watching it until the end.

Bee Movie
Catching up on some Dreamworks movies: Very good! Definitely one of the better Dreamworks productions so far. Colourful, funny, with nice characters and story.

Monsters vs. Aliens
Catching up on some Dreamworks movies: Booooring...

Puss in Boots
Catching up on some Dreamworks movies: Unnecessary spin-off movie. It may have one or two good moments but the story overall is not interesting enough. The only thing I liked about this movie is the idea of making Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty adopted brothers.

What happened, Miss Simone?
A quite current (and oscar nominated) documentary about one of my favourite musicians. Very well designed with a lot to learn about this jazz talent.

Almanya: Welcome to Germany
A comedy about a Turkish family living in Germany that prepares for a journey back to its roots. Some parts were very likeable and amusing, others - especially the last third - rather mediocre.


Also...

Daniel the Wizard (Daniel der Zauberer)
A movie as a part of the German TV show "The worst movies of all time". This is a German production (made in my region as well) and DEFINITELY painful. In case you don't know: Germany has its own version of "American Idol". And this movie is just about one of the first stars of this contest (however, not winner of anything). Painfully bad, cheap and unprofessional.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:27 pm

THE GOOD DINOSAUR - A doofy adolescent apatasaur gets separated from his family and meets up with a Neandarthal kid and they wander around encountering other prehistoric creatures. I dunno, I usually love Pixar movies but this just didn't grab me at all.

THE NEON DEMON - Well.....it's a Nicolas Winding Refn movie, that's for sure. I really liked it, actually; it's pretentious AF yeah, but it's disturbingly beautiful to look at and the cast, especially Elle Fanning, is pretty perfect.

SHAUN THE SHEEP: THE MOVIE - The titular sheep gets bored with the farm life routine and decides to trick The Farmer into taking a day off. Shenanigans ensue. This was a lot of fun; snark-free with lots of silly visual gags.

THE GIFT - A seemingly nice, if odd, guy (Joel Edgerton, who also wrote and directed this) becomes fixated on a former schoolmate (Jason Bateman) and his wife. I liked this one, it's a slow-burning, ultimately pretty nasty revenge story.

STEVE JOBS - It was okay. Could have used more of Danny Boyle's influence and way, way less of Aaron Sorkin's. The acting was fantastic, except for Jeff Daniels who mugs harder in this than he did in DUMB & DUMBER.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sun Jan 01, 2017 12:42 pm

rather than repeat what i just typed about Batman vs. superman i finally did see this the 183 minute version hence the R rated version.

no doubt the version that SHOULD have been released and it wasn't as bad as many say it is. it was okay not a great film by far but i didn't hate it like i thought i would. it has it's moments but it also had it's shitty moments too. holy shit was that a long film and it did feel like that too.

i may watch it again at some point but not for awhile. i'd say 5/10 which is also what i said someplace else. i went in with really low expectations and i was surprised that the film at least the version that i watched turned out a tiny bit better than i thought it would be. but like i said elsewhere

if i'm giving it that score there is NO DOUBT that the theatrical version is going to have an even lower rating so i get why people hate that version. i wonder if anyone here think the longer cut is better than the theatrical cut? i have no idea because i'm not ever going to watch that version i may not make it through that version.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:13 am

i finally saw the Killing Joke myself i watched it last nite. and 1st of all let me say i've never read the graphic novel so my opinion of this may be based upon of that reason. and why haven't i? i just haven't gotten around to it that's all. anyways, as for the film i'd say a 5/10 it had some things in it i like. don't get me wrong, but it had it's issues of course as you all know. i liked having batgirl but they should have called her batwoman and gave her the original costume that one looks far better. having said that i liked they had Babs as herself before she was Oracle but of course

i do agree she whined to damn much. and i really don't give a fuck if her and batgirl fucked or not but it was really out of nowhere. i do think it could have been written better to potray her as someone who well whines less. and the subplot of that jackass criminal she went off on was pointless to especially if it was a joker/batman/batgirl film i think it would have been done far better had she and batman gone after Joker together and from her bruce's actions for doing something that would have him the motivation to shoot her and not have it just come out of nowhere.

like i said i haven't read the graphic novel so i have NO idea how true or not true it was to it. but i believe they added the prolog to it so that would go closer to the original source if it was that way. i do get why fans of the story got pissed about it but i wasn't pissed off since i knew ahead of time that it wasn't one of the best films they've done so far. so i went in with low expectations so i think my opinions on it are no doubt higher than others would post them as. no joke ones who have seen it would give it a lower rating but to be fair i think 5/10 is a decent rating cause i thought ti was a decent a low decent rating.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sun Feb 12, 2017 4:14 pm

DEADPOOL - So.......it's exactly like every other Marvel Studios movie but with dick jokes. Big fucking deal.

ME BEFORE YOU - I didn't hate it (believe it or not it actually improved on the book in some areas) but I didn't like it all that much either. It was a pretty superficial treatment of the right-to-die subject matter and the leads had more of a brother/sister chemistry than the romance the movie was going for.

KUBO & THE TWO STRINGS - omigod this movie was gorgeous. It's a little exposition heavy (show, don't tell, people!) but I loved the characters and the visuals. I also love how Laika picks up these scripts (CORALINE, PARANORMAN, BOXTROLLS) that the major animation studios would never touch.

THE MONSTER - A fairly traditional "wrong turn" horror movie. It's from the director of THE STRANGERS and like that movie, it suffers from some pacing issues and the narrative relies on some kinda serious logical fallacies in order to move from point A to point B, but it was a pretty good way to utilize a small budget and Zoe Kazan's performance was terrific.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:44 am

oh i loved Deadpool and yes it's got dick jokes and it isn't for kids either though it wouldn't surprise me at all if parents let their kids watch that.

i watched Suicide Squad again about a week ago or so and i liked it better the 2nd time again it's the extended cut of it. i still think that Joker really didn't need to fucking be in the damn thing, but since that's got Harley Quinn in it of course they will put him in it. unlike a lot of people who were pissed about it not being a joker film i think. the film would have been fine if he had been totally cut out of it and weather that would have helped the film i have no idea. but i still don't care for Jared leto as the Joker either.
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PostSubject: Re: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?   Sat Jun 10, 2017 5:41 am

quite a few actually, in no order i watched the last Resident Evil film and fucking loved it. i know it's got it's haters and that's fine, i don't play the games so it not following those yeah doesn't make any sense to me at all. but than i don't expect it either, in the early ones i was hoping they'd keep a bit more from the games but for some reason they didn't. in short i don't take the films seriously and they are cheesy ass action films is how i look at it. do i love them all ? fuck no i don't the worst one is easily the (2010) one and i think Brad should watch that one, NOT because i think he'll like it i think he'll fucking hate it. i'm just curious if he'll think that one is the worst one as well. why is it the worst one?

the story itself i don't hate, it's the way it's filmed there is so much slow motion in that film that you know how in those films that they do get carried away? truth be told that i don't think it's that bad in some of the films. but in this one i'm talking about it's so bad the slow motion that i dunno even know how to describe it. in some of the films, they do slow motion in fights pretty much or when things are coming at the characters, that still is stupid but i just ignore it, well in this one it's so bad that with them even walking around an area when NOTHING fucking happens slow motion is going on. for me it's the one that feels the longest because of this. so i'd love to see Brad watch this one and see what he thinks?

anyways, having said that, i did see Split i didn't love it i thought it was decent but the acting my god was great from McAvoy in it . i don't think it was as good as it people say it is. but this is just my own opinion but i also don't think it's a terrible film either by any means. it is his best film that i've seen so far that he's done since Unbreakable. while i don't love that film like many seem to i don't hate it either. but than i haven't seen it in years and i have seen it a couple of times at least. the last one i saw that he did was the lady in the lake, the lady in the water whatever the fuck the name of it is called? NOW THAT one was fucking awful.

anyways, the others i watched was Tim Burton's last one Miss P. i am just to lazy to look up the title and i think it's his best film since fucking Ed. Wood in (1994)! i haven't hated films he's done after that to be fair but that was the last Burton films i fell in love with.
there are others i just forget what they are off the top of my head

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