The last movie you watched was...? (take five)

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.

  1. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. Forum Resident

    Wow, I didn't know about all this. That's very sad.
     
  2. Fastnbulbous

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  3. The Nightmare - a documentary on sleep paralysis, in which people have nightmares about creepy sinister figures that invade their homes, but they can’t move or respond. Interesting.

    Wolf Cop - A bum of a cop becomes a werewolf, and consequently a better cop. Watched on Joe Bob Briggs’ The Last Drive-in on Shudder. I liked it as it was pretty funny and fun. Apparently it has a bad sequel, just so ya know.

    Tetsuo: The Iron Man. A really weird Japanese film about a man and woman who are slowly being “infected” with metal mechanical parts. I must watch again sometime, as I was sleepy and finding it hard to follow. I’m not sure being awake would help. It’s a helluva thing.
     
  4. Jimmy B.

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    Last night I saw Hans Christian Andersen.
    I loved it (sans the ballet sequence).
     
  5. Jimmy B.

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    wow.
    thank you
    yes he does
    I had read before, after your comment, I looked up on wikipedia,
    but this sure hits harder to read.
    got all welled up from it
    incredibly sad, the poor thing...

    thank you for the article
     
  6. Jimmy B.

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    I saw The Sound Of Music for the first time ever.
    Eh....it had its moments, especially early on, when it seemed really good to me.
    Some moments were nice...
     
  7. daglesj

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    Revolt on Netflix. Alien invasion movie with the watchable Lee Pace set in Africa.

    It borrows from a dozen movies and ideas but its a watchable 90 minutes for a Saturday evening with beer and pizza.
     
  8. daglesj

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    I had Tetsuo II on VHS many years ago. Totally incomprehensible.
     
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  9. mBen989

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    Scranton, PA
    Renaldo and Clara

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  10. The Panda

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    True, and I also heard that she lobbied so hard to get the role, it was surprising. She was no one's first choice, IIRC
     
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  11. At Close Range (1986)

    Still packs a punch. Christopher Walken is the ultimate creep in this movie.
     
  12. carrick doone

    carrick doone Whhhuuuutttt????

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    Avengers Endgame. Marvel's greatest hits.
     
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  13. Michael

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

    Bronco Billy
     
  14. Michael

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

    he is! I'd watch him reading a phone book! love him...the dude loves to dance...the original spacey space cadet...
     
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  15. Michael

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

    Wolf Cop...yea, we enjoyed this as well!
     
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  16. Jimmy B.

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    The Wizard Of Oz
     
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  17. MikaelaArsenault

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    Of Mice and Men
     
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  18. Fastnbulbous

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    If you think that one was bad (and it was), check out The Commuter. An even older Liam Neeson takes an even more brutal beating and comes out with barely a scratch, for an even more farfetched reason. I know Michael will say it's escapist fare so why quibble over realism.
     
  19. Jimmy B.

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    ANIMAL HOUSE.
    Still a classic.

    I tried watching this some months ago and dismissed it; I must have been too depressed, sometimes your mood can kill everything. Loved it again this time. Watched in in HD, just ordered the Blu-ray, upgrade from my DVD.

    When in high school a billion years ago it was my favorite film, and I even have the illustrated novel type book, which includes some different dialogue. Great film. I still knew some of the lines that followed when watching...
     
  20. Jimmy B.

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    One of the greatest comedies of all time! - Pee-Wee's Big Adventure!
    I had forgotten the sheer brilliance and hilarity of this movie. I saw it when it came out in '85 in the movie theater multiple times.
    I think it's my favorite Tim Burton picture, even above Ed Wood. SO much is put into this...just magnificent. Superlatives are all that can suffice.
     
  21. Chazro

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    Fallen - I'd never seen this 20 yr old movie but when I saw Denzel Washington, John Goodman, and Donald Sutherland were in it I figured it was a safe bet. Was pleasantly surprised to see James Gandolfini and Aida Tuturro (Tony & Sis!). The story was kinda dopey but watching these actors working together was a treat!
     
  22. Fastnbulbous

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    The Seven-Ups. Inferior in every way to The French Connection despite having many of the same cast and crew.
     
  23. steveharris

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    Destroyer-Another dark depressing crime does not pay story.
     
  24. Wine Country (Netflix)

    Meh.
    I think they could have left out Emily Spivey and Judy Pell and just fleshed out the other character's stories a little more. And if Tina Fey had written it I'm sure it would have been better. Didn't seem finished. Just weird.
    Kind of a waste of such funny ladies.
     
  25. harmonica98

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    'High Life' (2018) - new one from Claire Denis. Completely bonkers and, frankly, not very good. Excellent performance from Robert Pattinson though.
     

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