Rate The Most Recent Movie You Watched

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Goat, Jan 25, 2021.

  1. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    OTTO...a tear jerker for sure...my wife and I loved it...beautiful sad and touching story. 10/10
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  2. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    ...endlessly disturbing it succeeded in what it was going for! Terrifying it lived up to it's name...
  3. 64FALCON

    64FALCON Forum Resident

    I watched RED CORNER (1997) earlier this evening on a W/S MGM tape. Just received it in the mails a few days ago. Out of four stars I'd rate it ' *** ' for 'GOOD'.

    I decided to rate it like the old Leonard Maltin Video Guides where they used a 4-Star System.

    Stars Richard Gere and Bai Ling. And James Hong has a part, too.
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  4. Gasman1003

    Gasman1003 Forum Diplomat.

    Liverpool, England
    A premiere of "Champions" at the cinema yesterday evening, starring Wood Harrelson.

    Really enjoyed it, feel good movie and some genuinely funny moments. 9/10 for me.

    A remake of a Spanish film from 2018.

    Champions (2023 film) - Wikipedia
  5. Trader Joe

    Trader Joe Forum Resident

    New Hampshire
  6. mr. steak

    mr. steak Forum Resident

    chandler az
    Been watching Tubi lately. Lots of movies from the 70s and 80s on there.
    Watched 15 minutes of My Tutor. 1/5. Made it through that much just with the shock of young Crispin Glover being in it.
    Then I put on The Boss's Wife with Daniel Stern. 0/5 for the 15 minutes I watched of it.
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  7. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    dVD purchase.
    Pressed the tray eject button after 20 minutes.
  8. kanakaris

    kanakaris Forum Resident

    Kes (1969)
    Another moving story by Ken Loach : 9/10
  9. Roman Potato Chip

    Roman Potato Chip Forum Resident

    United States
    I made it through the whole thing, but I was watching with someone else. Thankfully we just watched it on HBO, so we didn't purchase it. Will they let you return it?
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  10. Wildest cat from montana

    Wildest cat from montana Humble Reader

    ontario canada

    My wife picks some real stinkers. So do I but hers are stinkier and this was no exception. Some kind of medieval vampire story about God knows what. And Ben Kingsley was in it which in itself is no guarantee the movie will be any good but you'd hope it would be.
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  11. brownie61

    brownie61 Forum Resident

    To Leslie (2022)

    After all the hoopla surrounding the campaign to get Andrea Riseborough nominated for Best Actress, was it worth it?

    It was a very good small film. Andrea did a great job, Allison Janney overacted more than I’ve ever seen her do, Andre Royo was his usual great self in a small role.

    Definitely worth seeing.

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  12. Fahzz

    Fahzz Forum Resident

    Outside Providence
    Glass Onion 5 out of 10. Too long and complicated in my opinion.
  13. Doctor Worm

    Doctor Worm Romans 6:23


    Better than I expected. 7/10
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  14. unclefred

    unclefred Coastie with the Moastie

    Oregon Coast
    The Grand Budapest Hotel. Like some other Anderson films, this one could be described as a comic book on film. Picture frames and zowie visuals, a little dialog along the way. I enjoy them but this one is a little light on the story, a fun B grade.
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  15. Possession (1981) - 7/10 which means very solid. An adventurous film full of bizzare occurances, and insane people...possessed, even? The film speaks to humankind's duality, but beyond that, into a Lovecraftian spin; there are things hidden from sight that are far more frightening than what's found on the surface.

    I was really into the acting. The whole cast did well.
  16. DPK

    DPK Forum Resident

    Southeastern U.S.
    War- 6/10

    Good but not great shoot-'em-up revenge flick starring the always awesome Jason Statham. A few (but not enough) good fight scenes, sufficient violence, some cool visuals, and one really good car chase. But the plot is too convoluted and there's too much time wasted on the non-Statham characters. And, worst of all, the ending is ridiculous.

    By the way, if you like Statham as much as I do, I highly recommend Homefront. What a great movie.
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  17. John B Good

    John B Good Forum Hall Of Fame

    NS, Canada
    Billy Liar. Very good looking film although the lead character is awfully annoying. Can’t see why his parents hadn’t thrown him out a long time ago. Tom Courtenay looked ridiculously old to be playing a teenager
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  18. Prudence1964

    Prudence1964 Forum Resident

    Upstate NY
    This is Where I leave You - Netflix. 5/10. Unbelievably good cast (Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, Adam Driver) but doesn't really take off. Would have been better as a series where the characters could be developed more.
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  19. TimM

    TimM Senior Member

    I still enjoy this one every time I watch it. I think Falk is particularly great.
  20. Evethingandnothing

    Evethingandnothing Forum Resident

    Pixels (2015)
    Kinda crap but fun. 6/10
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  21. Spitfire

    Spitfire Senior Member

    Pacific Northwest
    Interstellar (2014) - 4k UHD


    Enjoy this one quite a bit

  22. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    Saint Maud (2019)

    British horror / thriller / drama

    Holy ****. Slow burn and ultra affecting. Had to rewind the last 10 minutes. Unbelievable climax. 10/10
  23. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

    X (2022)

    Great fun gory slasher movie starring the wonderful Mia Goth. 9/10

    Next up Pearl.
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  24. MrCJF

    MrCJF Best served with coffee and cake.

    United Kingdom
    Tgis Doc is worth a watch. Currently on iPlayer, but here's a YT link.
    Greg Davies is a comedian and former english teacher, so there is a bit more focus on the book.
    My mother-in-law was at school with author Barry Hines (lame-claim-to-fame)

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  25. Evethingandnothing

    Evethingandnothing Forum Resident

    Damn The Defiant (1962)

    Tough Napolionic war naval drama starring Alec Guinness, Dirk Bogarde and Anthony Quayle. As much power struggle chicanery as a season of Game Of Thrones. Equally intriguing is that it wasn’t the British cut of the film entitled H.M.S Defiant. Excellent 9/10
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