What was the last movie you saw?

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agedgruel posted:
I'm ashamed to admit I haven't seen that yet.


shame on you

though it does make for a very intense experience
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John wick. Exactly what I paid for.
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Transformers. The one where he rides a dinosaur.

It was... kind of long.
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Watched Beowulf in 3D in Bino for mac. First time since I saw it in theaters. Say what you want, it's an entertaining film, and I can't help but feel the treatment is a superior concept to the original story. Also the 3D really is fantastic, especially the parts with the dragon. Although I mainly watched it again to see the gold dripping off demonic Angelina Jolie.

The secret to getting these to look good on your computer monitor is to crank your brightness all the way up. Then it looks almost as good as the D3d in the theaters, although the color is always a little off with Red/Cyan glasses.
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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Movie
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dv posted:
Transformers. The one where he rides a dinosaur.

It was... kind of long.

Oh, and resurrected Megatron looked like a cartoon villain; not nearly as badass as in the first couple movies.
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-Her

Very good.
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Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Nightcrawler!

I enjoyed it and thought it was actually quite humorous (in a dark way).
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Romancing The Stone. One of the better romantic comedies out there, IMO.
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Pithecanthropus posted:
Romancing The Stone. One of the better romantic comedies out there, IMO.

I have that one pulled out to watch - mostly to see K Turner.

The sequel is also - interesting. I was watching it one day on cable and when the closing music started, my girlfriend said "Billy Ocean? Just how old is this movie?"
Call Me Bwana. 1963 Bob Hope, Anita Ekberg.
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Ribtor posted:
Call Me Bwana. 1963 Bob Hope, Anita Ekberg.

And?
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Fury. Good movie, not fun to watch. Probably hit a little closer to home for me as my grandfather was a tank commander in a Sherman during the war.
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Ribtor posted:
Call Me Bwana. 1963 Bob Hope, Anita Ekberg.

And?


What's there to say about Hope and Ekberg?

Unless to say it's unfunny crap that everyone just phoned in.

The Longest Day. Disappointing. John Wayne pretty much played a parody of himself. He also demanded ten times the salary of the other stars. I read that Richard Burton did his part for free. The most believable big battle scene is when the French commandos attempt to take the casino.

History of the Eagles parts 1 and 2. Recriminations and lawsuits to the So Cal sound. Frey's got a massive ego. The recording of Frey threatening to kick Felder's ass during their last concert puts the tension int0 some perspective. Not the most pleasant of individuals but poor, self-harmed Joe Walsh seems just glad to be with them. I think that band saved his life. Sad the way Randy Meisner was let go. His voice was so distinctive. Highly recommended rock documentary. filled with good, but overly familiar, tunes.
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Walsh is the real talent on that team.
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Continuing our way through classic movie musicals, we watched State Fair (1945). I'd expect a few more than a half dozen songs out of a musical, but "It Might As Well Be Spring" kind of made up for it.
Hud

It's rare to see Paul Newman playing an uncouth individual.
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Robocop (2014)

You know, I liked it more than I thought I would (based on all the complaining.)
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sin city 2

not nearly as good as the first ... basically it's an excuse to showcase eva green's naked body

at first i was all like "yummy" but then i got bored
Woody Allen: A documentary.

Fascinating fellow. I hadn't realised that he made so many films. About one a year for forty years.
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two or three of them were even pretty good
TOS posted:
sin city 2

not nearly as good as the first ... basically it's an excuse to showcase eva green's naked body

at first i was all like "yummy" but then i got bored


I kinda felt the same way while watching The Dreamers.
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j_tso posted:
TOS posted:
sin city 2

not nearly as good as the first ... basically it's an excuse to showcase eva green's naked body

at first i was all like "yummy" but then i got bored


I kinda felt the same way while watching The Dreamers.


I kinda felt the same way about 300 2. Except I didn't get bored.
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TOS posted:
two or three of them were even pretty good

The first three!
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known unknowns (doc about rumsfeld)

absolutely chilling ... rummy could tour the country as a sideshow freak, man: "behold the man born without a soul!"
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alongside the man with the mechanical heart
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Da Vinci Code

PBS is running a series on Scottish buildings and Roslyn Chapel was featured. Seems Dan Brown's work was instrumental in helping generate the funds for its' restoration.

Interesting that it appears that the itinerant masons of the time were apparently given free reign to provide the design of the carvings. The pagan "Green Man" face is seen peering out between the Catholic images.

Odd is the hair of Tom.
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Machete Kills.

I won't say it's deep, but like most Robert Rodriguez flicks, it's thoroughly steeped in post-modern self awareness, and manages to spoof every aspect of pop-culture that still has any impact. And as James Bond spoofs go, I think it beats the last Austin Powers movie. Most of it made me happy. Mind you, compared to the first Machete, it's kind of silly and over the top.
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And with a third on in the works.
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Have to admit, Machete Kills Again: In Space kind of had my 14-year-old reptile brain drooling to see it.
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God's not Dead
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Jimi Hendrix: I See My Train A Comin'

A decent biopic, with a great soundtrack (naturally). Hendrix was a basically simple and decent guy who just loved music who died almost randomly before his life could ever get complicated or bitter, almost enviably. It's nice to hear from his family and friends though.
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Donkey Butter posted:
God's not Dead

I am so sorry you had to witness that piece of dreck.
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Pithecanthropus posted:
Donkey Butter posted:
God's not Dead

I am so sorry you had to witness that piece of dreck.


I was drunk when I watched it. so it wasn't so bad. ;)
Big Hero 6. Great flick. The post credit scene was unbelievably epic.
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the grand budapest hotel

meh
The Dirty Dozen.
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TOS posted:
the grand budapest hotel

meh


I watched that awhile back. I thought it was pretty good. I don't know that I'd run out and buy the dvd but I was entertained.
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