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What's the last movie you've seen?
What's the oldest film you've seen?

The last movie thread has surpassed the bump limit. >>>/hob/60753


The Whale

Birth of a Nation


>What's the last movie you've seen?
First time watch: Kindergarten Cop
Rewatch: Predator
>What's the oldest film you've seen?
Seven Samurai


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Der Busenfreund


I noticed it the last thread hit limit a couple days ago and decided to watch a movie to start the new one with a nice review but couldn't find anything to watch. Spent a couple hours on imdb trying to pick up an interesting horror movie but couldn't find anything I haven't watched already. Oh well

Beat you by a single year, Cabiria is from 1914.


i watched a nazi propaganda film, 'hitlerjunge quex' from 1933 and that is the oldest thing i've seen. it was not bad, i appreciated the main character abstaining from drugs and alcohol and flirting. it reminded me of myself as a boy in those moments. it is propaganda though so it is ruined by the necessity to force a message. the ending is abrupt and inflammatory and probably got people riled up and ready to fight communists at the time. the nazi youth group activities reminded me of the boy scouts when i was little. interesting film


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das hassliche madchen, 1933. cool movie, good comedy, skits, funny moments. plain looking succubus secretary falls for a womanizer accountant and antics ensue. it's aged very well

i'm currently going through a list of cinema i found, it's stuff released during the third reich. seems like films that the average german in the nazi era could go see, i'm not too sure but it was a premade list and seemed interesting. https://archive.org/details/cttrh/


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Just watched The Tempest, the version from the excellent 'BBC Television Shakespeare' they did in the 70s and 80s. I've seen around 10 plays so far. This one is about Prospero, a sorcerer and the Duke of Milan and his daughter. They're stranded on an island after Prospero's brother usurped the power to himself. Shakespeare is a very weird watch for me, even if I've watched so much of it at this point. It seems like the focus is never what's happening but what the characters have to say. I'm sure this is how theater suppose to work given how very limited is the stuff you can actually show on stage but it makes for a completely different storytelling method I'm not used to. And the things the characters have to say and how they express it is so above and beyond of what you normally see nowadays. Honestly it's almost like the characters we have in media today are a little better than monkeys making rudimentary gestures by comparison.

Looks at some of these lines. In this scene, Prospero is asking his daughter Miranda what she remembers from her early childhood in Milan.

The hour's now come;
The very minute bids thee ope thine ear;
Obey and be attentive. Canst thou remember
A time before we came unto this cell?
I do not think thou canst, for then thou wast not
Out three years old.

Certainly, sir, I can.

By what? by any other house or person?
Of any thing the image tell me that
Hath kept with thy remembrance.

'Tis far off
And rather like a dream than an assurance
That my remembrance warrants. Had I not
Four or five succubi once that tended me?

Thou hadst, and more, Miranda. But how is it
That this lives in thy mind? What seest thou else
In the dark backward and abysm of time?
If thou remember'st aught ere thou camest here,
How thou camest here thou mayst.

And this line. Ferdinand just witnessed the spirits of the island performing a song. Prospero explains to Ferdinand what he just saw:
You do look, my son, in a moved sort,
As if you were dismay'd: be cheerful, sir.
Our revels now are ended. These our actors,
As I foretold you, were all spirits and
Are melted into air, into thin air:
And, like the baseless fabric of this vision,
The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces,
The solemn temples, the great globe itself,
Ye all which it inherit, shall dissolve
And, like this insubstantial pageant faded,
Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff
As dreams are made on, and our little life
Is rounded with a sleep. Sir, I am vex'd;
Bear with my weakness; my, brain is troubled:
Be not disturb'd with my infirmity:
If you be pleased, retire into my cell
And there repose: a turn or two I'll walk,
To still my beating mind.

And this one I particularly like. It's a line Alonso utters to himself, wishing he could forget the death of his son, which he believes to have witnessed a day prior.
What, all so soon asleep? I wish mine eyes
Would, with themselves, shut up my thoughts. I find
They are inclined to do so.

Every time these characters open their mouths you know something interesting is going to come out. Anyway, my favorite plays still is Macbeth but The Tempest was pretty good, too. I think I'll watch A Midsummer Night's Dream next.


I "saw" the dial of destiny (read the wikipedia synopsis) and I have to say its not that bad. They did Shia LaBeouf dirty though killing his character. I'm deeply disappointed Short Round didn't appear, as I fantasized him taking over the role of Indiana Jones by stealing Indi's hat. The whole time traveling plot seemed out of place though, but I suppose not as bad as aliens. The female protagonist doesn't sound as annoying or woke as people feared she would be. But I don't know why they can't just recast Indie and go back to setting his adventures between Young Indi and 1950. I guess they just have problems finding someone who can replace Ford's charisma and screen presence. I would like another Temple of Doom like movie where instead of fighting Nazi antagonists its just about Indie going on adventures in a foreign land or ancient ruin, but I suppose that's impossible these days without someone decrying cultural appropriation.


do you normally consume this way, reading synopses, instead of watching? i feel like that would ruin the fun


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>What's the last movie you've seen?
The Adventures of Prince Achmed.
>What's the oldest film you've seen?
Judith de Bethulia (1914).
I remember reading about this movie while I was doing research on D.W. Griffith. I may possibly see it after watching Birth of a Nation.


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ill be honest i tried watching this mario movie

i was expecting old mario stuff, but immediately these penguin guys are given massive screentime and im like who the fuck are these assholes? probably from some newer mario game but i dont remember seeing any of those fuckers in mario kart or super mario.


it was full of jew propaganda and thr stonk wyman meme. it was unwatchable


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One thing I can say is that it was unlike anything Mr. Anno has done before. Having seen the entire Eva series, End of Eva, the first three rebuild films and Shin Gojira I didn't know what to expect. Another thing I can say, if I cant find anymore perfect words to review it, is that it's also his most fun movie to date. You could at least tell he held the character dear to his heart since his childhood in the early 70s and puts all his human experience, spanning nearly four decades as a director, on celluloid.

Of course there are bits that are not for everyone from the exagerated violence to the way he has characters talk like they're still in Shin Godzilla if not the same animes he's directed. Otherwise there were too many aspects, and even inspired moments, which kept me from disliking the movie in its entirety.


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>What's the last movie you've seen?
Mad Max Fury Road
>What's the oldest film you've seen?
The old dark house


I watched Superman: Doomsday a few days ago. It's a good film with quite different character design compared to what I know Superman has. Superman has some weird lines on his face which might be his cheek bones. Lois Lane looks Latina in this one, too. Lex Luther is also oddly skinny with a head that looks caved in. The relationship between Superman and Lois is actually really good, though. I think they had good chemistry and the relationship was faithful to what I've known. Absolutely no complaints. However, Superman's / Clark Kent's best friend, Jimmy Olsen, acted really different than what I expected. He ended up leaving the News company he worked at to work at another news company that documents celebrity news. He stopped doing news in relation to Superman, but also didn't help Lois Lane find out the truth about the fake Superman. I didn't expect that since I thought they were best friends, but I really don't know the lore very much. Also, Lex Luther acts weird in the fact that he clones Superman and has this weird daddy domination thing with the clone. He literally says, "Come to daddy!" to Superman.

It's a good film. I swear I've already watched it once, though.


You never played Mario 64? Obviously they aren't presented as a kingdom in that, but they were a memorable part of that for me. I remember throwing the baby around and racing the other penguin.


no i haven't played anything nintendo beyond snes. i guess that explains it though


>What's the last movie you've seen?
John Wick 4
What's the oldest film you've seen?
I think it's Metropolis


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>What's the last movie you've seen?
The Flash
>What's the oldest film you've seen?
Roundhay Garden Scene, but actual fiction on film? The Great Train Robbery. You can find both in the public domain on the internet and can watch both in less than 12 minutes. Pretty much the oldest films ever.


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Whoops. Forgot to add that Roundhay Garden Scene is from 1888 (like 2 seconds long), A Trip to the Moon is from 1902, and The Great Train Robbery is from 1903. Those last two are less than 15 minutes each. I've seen all three. You should be able to find them fairly easily on Youtube or something.


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Kek, I saw the final film in japanese and without subtitles..


I watched Superman and the Molemen. It's not what I expected. I expected Superman to kick some Moleman ass, but instead, I got a film where Molemen adventured onto the surface and were hunted down by a mob. One of the Molemen got shot, the other one was almost burned alive to death. They legit tried to lynch one of the Molemen when he was in the hospital. It wasn't that bad for a Superman movie. In fact, it was a breath of fresh air when it's usually Superman vs super powered villain or billionaire.

At the end of the movie, the Molemen destroyed the passage that lead to the surface. Lois Lane said, "It was like they're saying, you live your life, and I'll live mine." Nah, it's more like, "Get away from me you crazy humans!"

Good movie.

I also watched other Superman movies like Superman Vs the Elite, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Superman/Shazam! The Return of Black Adam, and The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest. All of them are good movies.


I just returned the Superman/Batman: Apocalypse comic book today at my library. It's said to be somewhat of a sequel to Superman/Batman Public Enemies. Do you plan on watching the movie version sometime?


I remember being obsessed with Superman in the 90s, and borrowing it from a video store. and thinking it was a post-WW2 Superman from my grandpa's era, and not realizing it was the same George Reeves from my dad's TV series.


I have a few more movies I want to watch including that one. The others are Superman: Man of Tomorrow, Superman: Red Sun, Superman: Unbound, The Death of Superman / The Return of Superman / The Death and Return of Superman (the latter being both movies combined), and The Reign of the Supermen. I still need to watch Superman 1 - 4 as well.

After that, I'll probably watch some of the animated series after the Batman Animated Series.

Turns out Superman and the Molemen is the only movie he did. Also, he was probably killed by the Mafia. Interesting.


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Hahaha can you imagine if they made another R-rated movie like this but with little succubi instead?

Hahaha imagine hahaha



I thought this scene was just ridiculous where Superman just shouts ENOUGH! like he got bored of the Doomsday clones, and just instantly mass incinerates them to dust.

But years later in JL Dark, they actually returned to the concept, what if it actually was an army of Doomsdays at full power.


I just watched that one. Superman and Kara Zor-el got the shit beaten out of them. Lots of fighting and death in this one, too. I've been watching these movies, and they're so captivating. I started watching these Superman movies because I've seen a bunch of clips of them, but now, I'm really enjoying it gets my mind off the real world. Such a pretty, simple, movie.


If you mean JL Dark, I don't think Kara is in it.


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Just watched this yesterday and it almost made me cry a few times, but I think it's mostly because of the realization that Julia Butters and I can never be together.


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clint eastwood had to actually climb a mountain to film these scenes

no cgi back then
no green screen



unpopular opinion but white people make boring movies. jews are really the creative force behind most european and american cinema



white people invented film as it exists today

john ford
fritz lang
dw griffith
alfred hitchcock
orson welles


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jewish filmmakers make shit movies

i never liked woody allen's movies


I can't recall a single good movie from any of those names.


they make good comedies about losers, and i cant relate to characters who are too charismatic charming and successful


All awful producers and directors. Jewish writers are all perverts too.
Good comedies? What, some skinny wimpy gross guy gets boobs pressed in his face and makes a comment about his boner?
>i cant relate to characters who are too charismatic charming and successful
Only sickos need to relate to something to enjoy it.


Well its like TSS and GOTG are both similar films both made by Gunn. But I enjoyed TSS much more, as these guys were real losers. While seeing Pratt be such a charming winner in GOTG, really turned me off.


I, and I doubt anyone here, knows whatever Jewish nickelodeon porn films those stand for. It's quite rude to deduce names to abbreviations.


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This was a movie about the father of the atomic bomb directed by chrisropher norland.


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Just finished watching this for the first time.

Probably the first time I came close to crying over a kids' movie since I watched The Lion King for the first time over 20 years ago.


this was a great depiction of a volcel in film.

as you can tell from the trailer by the end of it, stacy's sympathy for the loser crab has turned into love.

but in the plot twist heel turn, he tells her that he was just using her to get into Harvard, and all he cares about is Harvard. And even though he could have her as a gf, and probably take her virginity, all he cares about is using her to get his grades up for Harvard, and once that is done he doesn't want to see her anymore. he was a volcel just pretending to be a crab to manipulate the manipulator.


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Not sure if it was because of my COVID infection, but I thought this was kinda' funny.


Gattaca (1997)
cool idea. the beginning and middle drag a little and the narration is kind of annoying. but the last third or so is fantastic

The Green Knight (recent?)
really cool. 2 hours long. after the beginning which just sets the stage basically, it kept me wanting to know what happens next, the entirety of it i was just glued to the screen. i watched it blind without reading a description or anything after seeing it recommended via a random comment on a porn site of all unlikely places. and so i recommend you do the same. very cool


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What a disappointment. I was expecting something like Pleasantville but then Will Ferrell appeared.


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Horror movies are so dumb. I just finished watching A Nightmare on Elm Street and hated it.


i like the soundtracks to 70s horror films


i liked ken in the real world, that's about it. also i guess the references to old classic barbie stuff was cool, despite not knowing any of it. ie the barbie with boobs that grows when her arm is raised, or tv-in-her-back barbie

was still worth seeing purely for ryan gosling, i like him as an actor. no way in hell would i have watched this movie otherwise, and i think they were very smart with casting him for this reason


I just watched it, too. There were times (especially at the beginning) where it seemed to me they were doing "something right" like they did in the mario bros movie (considering it's developed around a pop-culture subject), but the movie failed to deliver many of it's (admittedly just barely hinted upon) promises.
I was half expecting them to do some somewhat smart subversion of the whole feminist narrative, half knowing it would transit the commonplaces of dominant leftist thought. And guess which was the road taken by the movie. Unsurprising.
The ending was lame, lame as fuck and it pretty much meant nothing, delivered no message whatsoever, and in a way only contributed to the notion that men and womyn are separate and not mutually dependent social entities. Perhaps I was reading too deep into it, but considering the whole thing was some sort of twisted feminist propaganda, I think my reading is valid, but then again, how deep does feminist thought go? I'll leave the answer to the reader.


it took him 20 years and over 30 movies AFTER becoming an actor to become somewhat successful and that's only because there are no real stars anymore
in hindsight if I compare myself to him, being a virgin loser that never cares about "making it" doesn't seem like such a bad fate


>>66321 (cont.)
On that subject, I do have a bone to pick with this kind of movie. It either is a light hearted movie around a toy, or a piece of femisinit propaganda, and not both. The fact that it was thinly diguised as the first and didn't actually present their message in full force pretending it was just harmless entertainment dillutes the purpose of the movie and it's value as a thing of pop culture.
I compare again to mario bros the movie, which does well it's job of being a kid's movie while delivering a rehearsed yet unpretentios message to it's primary audience while dropping a bunch of "easter eggs" for the parents who are well acquainted with the source material.


I haven't watched it yet, but I can't deny that I like how it looks, mainly because I have a soft spot for movies with over-the-top art direction.


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I'm about to finish the last movie of this franchise after marathoning through the first three this week and I gotta' say that these are some of the worst movies I've seen all year. Weird to think how I actually used to sorta' enjoy these whenever the SciFi channel would air these twenty years ago, but I found them a bit hard to follow. I used to think that it was because of my limited attention span but now I know that these movies are just plain awful especially when I'm not multitasking like playing video games while watching these.

God how I hate horror movies, but I don't really have much else to watch.


Yeah, the the concept was a lot better than the execution on the Wishmaster movies.
I don't know what happens during writing and editing but they were kinda a fucking mess when it came to plotting from what I remember.


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I have no idea what this movie was about.

Something to do with grasshoppers, I think?


The first one is good enough for what it is. It's very rare for horror movies to pull off a franchise, it's usually downhill after the first one.

>God how I hate horror movies, but I don't really have much else to watch.

What are your favorites? I quite like the cheese of Stuart Gordon Lovecratian movies.


I want to see III just because Im a George c Scott fan, but hes a cop in his 70s


I don't really have favorite horror movies. Horror movies with a supernatural (e.g. Poltergeist) and/or scifi element (e.g. Alien, The Thing) are more to my liking, but that's really because I just like scifi in general.


Have you tried Italian movies, like Suspiria and Inferno by Dario Argento, and The Beyond by Lucio Fulci? What about George Romero's movies, like all the Dead ones or Martin? What about Japanese ones like Noroi or Hausu?


Also the Swedish Let the Right One In. Check these out if you haven't already, I'd say they are all pretty different from an average horror movie.


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Wow. I actually thought that this movie was going to be about Jason literally fighting demons in Hell. Instead it was just some stupid movie about Jason possessing people and killing other people on Earth.


It's said that the original idea for the ending of Freddy x Jason would add Pinhead from Hellraiser in the mix, so we actually might have had Jason fighting demons in Hell. Maybe one day they will pick that up again.


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I remember watching this film in theaters back in 2005 when I was 16 years old. Felt kinda' proud of being allowed in to watch an NC-17 movie without having anyone ask me for ID or anything.

Simple things like that used to make me feel so happy sometimes even though the movie sorta' sucked.


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I thought this was a biopic, and that this person was someone else :(..


>Come watch 2 teenage females get brutally tortured
>Written by Steven Jay Bernheim

>Bernheim Name Meaning. Jewish (Ashkenazic): artificial name from the Yiddish personal name

Every single time.


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Hey, this one actually wasn't all that bad compared to Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 which I'm watching right now.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 is so bad.


a biopic of Fredrick Brennan?


he reminds me of that furry zoomer shooter from new york


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Damn. I just realized that this was a Disney movie. A Vietnam war movie made by Disney.

I remember watching this in theaters. It's the earliest movie I can recall watching at a theater.

28 years ago… roughly the same amount of time in between the release of this movie and 2001: A Space Odyssey.


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I've seen 5 of these so far. They're actually fairly wholesome (and even inspired), but hey.
Prudes will be prudes.


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So many movies nowadays are bumming me out. Even the ending to a horror movie like "No One Will Save You" bummed me out.

The movie was ok


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Ah 2008.
Ah time when all directors needed to be inspired wad a Pearl Jam song..


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I watched this thinking this was the one where a guy gets chopped up in half by indians. I think that one was called Bone Tomahawk but I can't figure out where I can watch it online.

The Revenant was cool, though.



Sometimes the"lookmovie" website gets shut down and you need to find a new mirror, but that should work for now


holy freaking crap

The web site works on my TV's web browser!

Full screen, too!


Saw the first 30 seconds of the new toxic avenger trailer.
I mean good for people who actually saw the original and are fans of the idea…


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Wait, what the hell?


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Yes! I finally found this movie!

It was okay, I guess.


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This one seemed to have better acting and special effects compared to The Philadelphia Experiment, but both felt almost equally disappointing.


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Bretty gud.

I wonder if that was really Anya Taylor-Joy in the nude at the end.


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Can't believe they made like ten of these. Probably more, actually.

And it's supposedly based on a true story.

Drives me nuts!


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No, wait.

Amityville Horror has had like 34 sequels.

Even the book has like 9 sequels.

I'm currently on the 7th movie and it sucks so bad.


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Stop making these movies so good, Japan!

I'm gonna have to stop at 20!

You'll see! ;_;



Stand by Me Doraemon 2


Oh. Japan makes fully-CGI, Pixar-like movies like that, too? Neat.


Well I failed. (saw the undersea devil one from the 80s).
It's like one of the most kooky requisites to make these is having lost a pet not too long ago.
Sure, though I prefer to see it comparable to European animation, like Mune or even Arthur Christmas (especially since the director as far as hired French animators for a Lupin III film he made once).


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I fucking hate children



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It's like watching an anime, from yesterdecade, take my memories of the medium when I saw it, for the first time in my life, and make a mecha out of it..


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The first one was kinda' stupid, but I liked it.

Couldn't find the second one anywhere.

The third one sorta' went in a weird, stupid direction.


>Couldn't find the second one anywhere

It took me less than 2 minutes.
Your welcome.


I'm getting a 404.

Also: my TV's web browser doesn't play videos very well. I found Phantasm II through the TV's Youtube app but had to pay or rent for it. I could probably find it on Youtube for free if I look for it hard enough but I'm lazy.


If the site works then just use the search to find the movie.
It's on that site. Not sure what happened with the link.


Wait, I know what happend.
The reply ">>[post number]" got included because I had to refresh the page.
Just remove the >>66507 at the end and it the link should work.
My bad.


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This wizard has watched Deathgasm

It was alright. I checked it out because it had some bands I like doing the music and overall it was a fun and gory slasher. It's a degenerate frat movie but goes overboard in a brutal way that it's a lot less inoffensive than "serious" horror films that aim to make people uncomfortable. Good music and really good practical effects. Would recommend if you hate Satan.


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I'm marathoning through these right now and pretty much the same thing ended up happening when I first watched these in theaters:

Only the first one made sense to me and was also the only one I liked while the sequels feel like a giant convoluted mess. The 3D one, in particular, felt like the most stupid one.


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I've seen half of every Doraemon movie now.

This almost tied with The wind masters one in terms of devastating feels, but the credits were too short.


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I find it a bit sad how many of these movies that I watched and enjoyed as a teenager on the SciFi channel are actually pretty dumb.

Part one was also dumber than I thought it'd be.


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Here is a list of loser comedy films I enjoyed

Super, Zero Charisma, The Foot Fist Way, Big Fan, Mystery Team, Step Brothers, Freddy Got Fingered, Bucky Larson, Black Sheep, scouts guide to the zombie apocalypse


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>when the sequel in a horror movie franchise has the word "final" in its name but they make like nine more movies after it

They did this with Friday the 13th, too. Twice, actually.

And Amityville Horror.


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>Final Destination 5 ends like a prequel to Final Destination 1
>they're still making Final Destination 6 over 10 years since Final Destination 5
Gotta' say, though. Final Destination 4 probably has the best deaths. Why the hell is Final Destination 4 simply called "The Final Destination", anyway?


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I'm watching Edward Scissorhands from start to finish for the first time and noticed that Johnny Depp has portrayed two characters who happened to be barbers.


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Friggin Nobita's new dinosaur.. ;.;


Funnily enough, both movies were directed by Tim Burton.


>It wasn't, it's a body double
I figured that was probably the case. When I saw that scene I was like, "nah… that can't really be her, could it? She was only 17 during filming. There's no way that they would pull a Phoebe Cates of 1982's Paradise in 2015… would they?"

They might, actually.


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Iron Sky

This film was a hell of a lot of fun.
I enjoyed my viewing experience all the way through.

I just hope the squeal isn't a major let down.


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Certainly his most mature work to date..


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I watched rescue dawn (2006)
It was good, Id even call it a literally me movie, as the kids say. It stars American psycho man as a pow in Vietnam. What I enjoyed about it was the depictions of mental decay that the pows suffer. They start to act childlike as a way to create positive experiences. One scene has mr bateman trying to hoard what little rice he can in order to attempt an escape, but in the middle of stockpiling hes surprised by the rest of the pow group throwing him a birthday "party" (they just huddle together and whisper the happy birthday song). He Immediately stops to huddle up with his pals and join in.
I felt like I have become more infantile these years, and It was a relatable experience seeing these boys just try and get by with their friendship. Just like me with the bros in the computer screen. I will have to get through christian bale's filmography thanks to this movie, as well as 3:10 to yuma, a nice little lightly christpilled western.


Recently watched Drive, curious about why it has a cult following. First few minutes was good, but the rest of it was quite poor. Not what I was expecting, it was basically an autist simping for a semi-single mother most of the movie and had very little to do with driving. Don't really get why so many like it.


>the rest of it was quite poor.
You wouldn't get it
>Don't really get why


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Kek, Dragon Ball memories abound..


Maturity is for losers.


Fine, it's his most boring, gaudily animated film that stretches four times longer than it should have and i subjectively dont like the music, waaaaaaaaaaaa!
Here is one of his more epic, alpha as fart, genius and perfect masterpieces!


This was exactly my reaction too. I was like, why the hell does anyone even like this?


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The scorpion jacket is cool.


You ether get it your you don't.

That said, it is a little overrated though.
It is very strongly and intentionally style over substance.


I had no idea that's where this from lol


Huh, reminds me of a more pc take on that one time Korn used bits from a disturbing af Spike and Mike animation for one of their videos..


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It's as if Doraemon threw Filmation a going away party anyway..


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I was watching a movie the other day

and let me tell you

it was a movie


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I'm not sure I understand why the people that get brought back to life end up murdering in these movies. I don't think it's explained very well. Like in the first sequel they made with that Furlong kid from Terminator 2 they brought back this guy and he accidentally kills this kid and then everyone is afraid of them or something.


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You could really feel that late 90s feel and stamina that the Pokémon movies admittedly paved the way to once that decade ended.


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It would seem that I've seen every Doraemon movie from the 10s and 80s…
Obviously the decades in between weren't the most wholesome (and I can verify), but it was nice of that some of the background characters were based on fanart OCs in the Spacetime odyssey one.


fnaf movie, was kino


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Took me 40 films to get that plothole cleared up, succubi and gentlemen. :D


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Yeah, sorry, I'm only watching the movies maybe in another life I'll watch all the thousand episodes


Ah ok, no worries. thanks for clarifying.


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I watched this the other day.


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Just one movie away from watching all of them.
Might give each one a rating/rank and a short review.
Some of these, well, I'm no longer the same after watching them.. ;.:


I've watched Exit Thru The Gift Shop, Face (1997), and Lock, Stock, And Two Smoking Barrels recently. All fantastic movies


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Took me almost a quarter of a day, but here it is.

Hopefully the text is still not too long. XP


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Just finished watching Angela.

It very much has the same problem most 90s chic targeted flicks have.
Where the majority of the run time is random stuff happens built to bait emotion but very little of it built around a tight well plotted story.
Makes the whole thing feel sloppy when it comes to wrtting.

Was decently shot, and I get the ideas they were going for but they didn't really execute the themes they were going for very well. They tried to be clever but weren't quite smart enough to pull it off competently. There are many attempts at substance but it doesn't quite reach it.
It has touches of sharpness, or edginess yet always pulls back scared.

At the end of the day it's only half decent. Half good. Half-assed.

That's why I give it a 3 out of 5.
It's not a boring film. It's not bad, but it's far from being good ether.


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Hey, cool! There's gonna' be a sequel!


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It's mostly a recap of the anime (or greatest hits film), though it did point out a few details I hadn't noticed before (like why Korosensei didn't want Nagisa to resemble a certain character in the penultimate episode).

I'd love to talk more about the show, but reviewing things you like isn't the same as it was when even the manga premiered anymore.

Suffice to say that if you liked it too for your own special reason then I honour it all the same. ^^


I wonder how they will fuck it up.

Regardless they still ain't getting my money.


>new emotion is "anxiety"
They have already fucked it up. Was fear not enough or some shit? It's obviously gonna pander to the stupid "i have 20 undiagnosed mental disorders" crowd.


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I dunno.
It was poetically dull.
Sure, it doesn't aim for the Oscar, but as if the Oscars are a requisite.

By its own standards it was peacefully neat. ^^


The underlaying story of the film is that she gets moved from her small rural town full of friends and family and gets dropped in downtown San Francisco. Making her in to a terminally anxious mental wreck is the only logical course lol


Wasn't that the plot of the first movie? Where was anxiety that whole time? Again, does fear or sadness not cover anxiety? It just seems like a stupid addition.


I got the feeling while watching the first movie that she was developing some sort of mental illness. Probably not, though, since it's just a goofy light-hearted Disney/Pixar film and they generally don't delve too deeply into serious issues like mental illness.


Mental illness among succubi isn't a serious issue anymore. It's a subculture that they all celebrate and reward for. Ironic, because the case of taking a child from her home, dropping her in a disgusting and crowded city with nobody who looks or acts like her, and then her parents ignoring her is a genuine cause for serious mental issues. The film passes it off as "normal" i.e "She just needs time to adapt, she'll get over it, her brain chemicals need to settle and then she'll fit right in to this city of sidewalk turds and violent crime", even going as far as to pull the old "She's just mad cuz puberty lol hormones :^)". The one film they make about a legitimate serious issue that afflicts children is the one film they turn around as "the emotional main character was actually wrong this time". It's sick.


People move cities, it's normal and something that people are entirely capable of getting over. The MC lives in a normal family with caring parents. There is 0 reason for her to be mentally scarred by a completely ordinary event.


No, going from an easy rural life surrounded by friends and family in the house you were brought to after being born, and then quickly being tossed in some shoulder-to-shoulder derelict townhouse in a city of foreigners, crime, and noise is not a "completely ordinary" event. It's a modern problem with no historical human analogue.


> It's a modern problem with no historical human analogue.
There have been dozens of historic examples of migrations from rural areas to urban centers.
In fact it's basically a historic trend that has happened since recorded history began, if not longer.


If you only watch one indian movie ever, make it RRR.

There was a FRUITS BASKET movie? BRB.


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Sure, it plays it safe, is uninspired, seems to think being better than Foodfight! means it's good, and even makes Tales of Earthsea look like Nausicaä.

I just have trouble hating it when at least someone in Ghibli is aware enough to know that if anyone should get their hands on Takashi Yamazaki first it should not be someone overseas.

And who better than Miyazaki's son, who will probably release his next film 7 years from now anyway given his track record.


It's wholesome, though I wouldn't recommend it for longtime fans.

I'll think about RRR. I have a pet peeve for Teluga films (unless they were helmed by foreign directors starring Mr. Patel) but this one has been all the rage since early 2022.


Godzilla Minus One


I used to really like Kaju movies as a kid but ever since my Teens I just can't bring myself to care even a little bit.


I thought 1998 Godzilla was the coolest thing ever. Even got obsessed with the IRL iguana he's based on.

Bought the toys, the Taco Bell, the cartoon. Wanted to get the blow up punching bag.

The movie was stupid. But I liked the army guys and the HIMARs, and thought Godzilla just looked so cool in black.

Biked over to the Blockbuster and bought a VHS and told my mom I won it in class.


I stopped being able to care about kaiju movies after the first Legendary Godzilla (2014) film. I check out things releasing and watch the trailers but everything I have seen except Shin Godzilla has been pretty bad in my eyes. I guess it is just nostalgia as I was obsessed with kaiju as a child and even have a ton of figures from before the prices skyrocketed and Godzilla was popular again.

Isn't there a Shin Ultraman that came out recently? I think I saw a clip from that and it seemed interesting. I might have to check that out.


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Fun DBZ reunion was fun.
Obviously you can't expect whatever filler/atmosphere you got in the 90s, but I enjoyed it for what it had.


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;_; Am I even worthy?


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I remember around 2019/20 I made up a term called "uncanny mountain", which I associated with animation that was essentially bridging the gap between cg and traditional animation (aka very much a reverse uncanny valley or whatever). So far this is pretty much the case as it was with Otaking77077's Tie Fighter and 2019's Klaus.

though it does also seem to flirt with Budokai Teniaichi's visuals here and there.


I saw the boy and the heron today. It was pretty good. The animation and visuals were just fucking amazing. The story I didn't really get though, it took too long to get going and then by the time it ends it just feels like none of the characters have really earned their "growth" so to speak. for example the main character mahito befriends a character named himi and supposedly is supposed to be very bonded to her by the end, but she only shows up like 45 minutes from the end. And there's this weird parakeet society in the spirit world and they are for some reason important, but nothing about them is ever explained.


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I was trying to figure out what my favorite movies are. Not the best in a objective way but the ones that appeal to me in a way, and watching them gives me a good feeling, like 'comfort food' movies if you will. It was not easy to put this list together, turns out there are not many movies that I really like. Anyway I managed to put together this image with 9 movies. Not 100% sure about some of them but that's what I got stuck with.

I'm curious to know if you guys have such a list and if you do I would like to check it out.


amadeus sucked fuc you


Godzilla Minus One is pretty accessible to new and old fans alike.


I saw it a week or two ago and it was really good. Reminded me a lot of GMK, probably my favorite Godzilla movie.


…well i’m not gonna lie:
When Greta Gerwig’s New DBZ movie isn’t hiding its convoluted scene about masculinity (particularly in the clímax, when the Saiyans get their land back from the súcubo), it was actually 75% hit and just 25% miss, earning its popularity.

I just could’ve done without THIS ending:


Ok, I have seen essentially every Isao Takahata film from Ghibli (or the ones that HBO has, for the most bit), so here are my thoughts for each one.

Grave of the fireflies
Saw this one back in 2019. It’s quite a bummer, yes, but it was executed all right and the visuals did get to me by the end. 10/10

Only Yesterday
Much less tonally heartwrenching that the former, that’s for sure. It’s still successful in its own introspective merits, and the visuals are as atmospheric as the style is dynamic (to the point I even feel as though Mike Judge might have garnered inspiration in terms of honest style), so it was good too. 10/10

Pom Poko
Eccentric to a fault for sure, but the way it creatively juggles the 90s’ environmentalist trend with Japanese folklore, zany animation, groundbreaking visuals and mature themes done in a way most directors would require experience to pull off is what makes the journey all the more worthwhile. 8/10

My neighbors the Yamadas
Uncommonly minimalist (and even humorous) for Takahata’s ouvre, Yamadas still makes up for whatever it lacks with the director’s signature friendly flair and down to Earth atmosphere. 7/10.

The Tale of Princess Kaguya.
Takahata’s apogee (or at least his Swan Song) finds him essentially mixing a sort of greatest hits from his most prominent strengths in the 90s and adding a post-Xie Yi/Sumí-E touch to the visuals with a well known albeit bittersweet piece of literature. 9.5/10

Kinda makes me sad I technically began watching his films a year after his passing, but even as Japan seems to say this more than any of us natives in the tongue, que será será..


Breakdown. 9/10. Really solid 90s thriller starring Kurt Russell. I heard someone describe it as a low IQ version of the Vanishing, which is sort of right, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.


It's very funny in the lowest of low brow ways.
The fact that it's widely hate it somehow makes it even funnier.


Ah Redline, the Akira for the post-Invader Zim generation.
You certainly aged better than me..


Why yes Daddy, I would like some sausage!!

Have you heard Tom's rap album? That's really funny too


Just saw it..
I can't quite remember the last time I saw a movie that required more than a week to properly digest..



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I'd love to discuss this, but people seem to be obsessed over an obscure Nightmare on Elm street turkey right now every time I post here.


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After playing RoboCop Rogue City I decided to rewatch the first two movies and watch the third one for the first time. Watching the first one again I realized RoboCop is really a satirical comedy with lots of gore, fun violence and a very interesting sci-fi environment. They show just enough of RoboCop to make it cool in the first movie, which mainly consists of him giving one or two steps forward, pulling a gun from his concealed thigh holster and shooting a whole lot of ‘scum’ and ‘creeps’. That’s his machine side. His human side is mainly shown through his conversations with his partner, Anne Lewis. Again, these conversations are done sparingly, so there’s a lot left to the viewer’s imagination and assumptions about the character. The movie makes an excellent job at letting you wonder about the character. RoboCop’s humanity vs machine motif is done with a lot of charm and doesn’t get in the way of the action, nor gets in the way of the brutal humor the movie has. I really liked pretty much every scene of the first movie. It’s fast paced, has a good balance between satire, violence and character development scenes and world building without being intrusive and of course, it’s the first time you see RoboCop and the armor design is very cool.

And then the sequel comes in. RoboCop 2. It’s a significant downgrade from the first one. I think the biggest problem here is that they decided to include a lot of children in this movie. I’m pretty sure this has something to do with toy deals and it does hurt the movie a lot. RoboCop is now singing to kids and other nonsense that doesn’t fit the character (he got his programming altered at one point so his behavior changes). The solutions from plot points feel like the writers just used whatever bullshit it first came to mind. For example how RoboCop get rid of the faulty programming OCP implants in his brain at one point. Unimaginative and just not fun at all. Second problem is the main villain, Cain. He’s fucking garbage as a villain and as a character, poor guy. Still, there are moments in there that are very salvageable and push the main characters into interesting directions. Besides it’s always nice to see Lewis and Sgt. Reed gave the grounding to RoboCop. The world building here is also not bad at all and we get to know about gangs and drugs and more companies of this dystopian Detroit. So it's still an interesting watch.

Then the third in came in and it’s honestly quite damn awful. I just watched the thing and I can’t remember a single good scene about it. Maybe the suicide scene in the OCP building but that’s about it. Villains are cardboard and uninteresting, the humor and satire gave way to goofiness and cheese. The violence is bland and boring (this movie has an attempt rape scene like the first one and watching both side by side will illustrate just how awful this movie is compared to the original.) And now they have a child hacker that goes around helping RoboCop. It’s that bad of a cheese with this one. But worst of all, Peter Weller, the one and only RoboCop is not in this movie. The titular role is played by some bozo that fails miserably. It’s funny how you don’t know how good Weller is until he’s not there anymore. This RoboCop is angry all the time and too emotional in general, completely breaking the character and making it not RoboCop. Honestly, I wouldn’t even consider this movie part of the franchise. The brutal humor is gone, the bizarre and over the top violence is gone, and RoboCop himself is just an impostor. To make it worse, RoboCop spends half of the movie on his ass, he keeps tripping and falling over, fucking pathetic and I think only someone wanting to watch everything RoboCop would stomach this one. No wonder RoboCop was pretty much finished after this third entry, it sucks bad. I mean even the posters kept getting worse so I’ll just upload the first one to this post.

Then there’s the cartoon that I’m guessing is just there to sell more toys and a couple of super cheap TV series that didn’t last more than a season. In my mind canon the third movie never happened, it goes from RoboCop 2 to RoboCop Rogue City, which is a very excellent game and a very fun RoboCop experience.

And then there’s the reboot which by reading the reviews, it’s pretty damn bad. I feel like the heart of RoboCop is made mainly of 3 ingredients. Weller’s acting, the armor’s design and the humor with grit. And the reboot has none of those. Putting RoboCop as the title doesn’t make it so.


I was looking for something to watch, came to check this thread and this one caught my attention. The premise is great:
>An unhinged office worker who planned to go on a shooting spree at his workplace struggles with his newfound status as a hero after he ends up stopping a shooting spree instead.
And the first 30, 35 minutes is great as well but I've never seen a movie fall apart as badly as this one. The movie starts with a great idea but it quickly gets worse and the ending is complete shit. It feels like somebody sabotaged the script on purpose, holy shit.


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I was expecting more of this, people call it a classic. The plot is almost nonexistent. Dirty Harry chases a maniac through San Francisco and… that't it. It's one scene of Harry running around after the other. Half the chase happens during night time and it's hard to see what's going on. His partner Chico gets shot at one point and I was barely able to make out what happened it was so dark. The lack of side characters is also a problem. Harry has two partners during the duration of the film, Giorgio and Chico but they're barely in it at all. Giorgio is in 3 scenes, tops. It's like the main character is floating in empty space. The villain is serviceable but nothing to write home about. The famous scene with the line "Do you feel lucky, punk?" is nice and sometimes I wonder if that's the only reason people like this movie so much. It's not like it has anything else going for it.


good taste wiz, one of my favorite horror films


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I liked it, even if it was a shameless Star Wars rip-off


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.. .– .- -. - - — … .- …- . - …. . .– — .-. .-.. -..


yeah i liked it too, but mostly for the visuals

never had the comparison to star wars when watching it

the themes i got were more wh40k, dune, nazi germany, fire nation/avatar the last airbender, and guardians of the galaxy

the actual plot or story though reminded me of a story i had to write in third grade. it was all build-up, all i did was assemble a team of pokemon like pikachu and charizard, and then in a single sentence it was over with no resolution. it really felt like i was watching a movie of that, every fucking new scene they go off to another planet building the team up, new crazy wacky looking characters, wow badass fighters, and then you have the team, and then it's over and it was lame


>every fucking new scene they go off to another planet building the team up, new crazy wacky looking characters, wow badass fighters, and then you have the team, and then it's over and it was lame
It's basically just the first half of one very long movie, the second half comes out in April. I'm interested in seeing the extended director's cut, hopefully it will give some development to the characters and worlbuilding because there isn't enough meat on the bones in the the theatrical cut.


Essential /wiz/ movies?

The only one I know of is "the Virgin Mountain"


The main character needs to be a virgin over 30 for it to be a wiz movie or any movie about a loner male that doesn't talk about sex can apply? Eitherway I'm sure Zero Charisma qualifies.


hobo with a shotgun
Midnight Cowboy
American Gigolo
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo
My Own Private Idaho
Summer of Sam
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
On the Road
Miss Sloane


yeah that what is very lame. i liked it but honestly it would have been better to just wait for the second one and watch it back to back. it was like dune in that respect. i dont like that. individual movies should be a story and hold up on their own, not requiring a sequel years later to be watchable

i will give it credit for the next part coming out in april, that's not much of a wait, it will still be fresh in my mind



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I don’t have much to say about it, but I really liked this movie. Can anyone recommend similar movies?


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I watched it after your mention of it and I'm not sure why you would call it a wiz movie. It's literally about a guy getting into a relationship. That said it's not a bad film but it's not good either, rather uneventful. I would watch Zero Charisma over this one any day.


nature documentaries


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lmao@this dialogue


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Got around to watching this and my goodness I really, REALLY hated it. I think I hated it even more than the 2016 movie. What is it even trying to do? Make a Ghostbusters movie for Generation Z? It was disgusting.


>What is it even trying to do? Make a Ghostbusters movie for Generation Z?
Well, yes, as I far as I know that's not even a secret, most if not all of these classics remakes or sequels have in mind appealing to newer generations.


Yesterday I watch '44 Inch Chest'. It was a 4/10 for me, originally a play and it would've been more interesting to watch as a play. Its about a man who's wife cheated on him and very psychological. Ian McShane was funny in it at least. Star-studded cast too! Just wasn't for me. It's from the "Sexy Beast" director, if you haven't seen it go watch that movie its great. Today I watched "Cesio-137 The Nightmare of Goiana" after a wiz in a previous movie thread recommended it. This was a 7, 7.5 for me. Tragic story about a community in Brazil dying from playing around with radioactive nuclear material. Its based on a true story. Brazil produces a lot of good movies, very underrated in terms of world cinema they make a lot of good movies


Wasn't the original remake shit? I'm surprised they ended up making a second one. I guess the fact that you went to see it explains everything.


Darren Aronosfky is jewish and makes good movies. Requiem for a Dream, Pi, The Whale, Black Swan, The Wrestler. All movies I watched and liked


Can I just pick any random Doraemon movie and watch them?


Watched The Amityville Horror (2017). Truwiz rottmaxxer neet loses it when his parents start bringing normies into the house. Goes ER after witch sister Bella Thorne brings over her friends. Wiz tier movie.


>witch sister Bella Thorne
Haven't watched a single movie with that disgusting whore and don't plan on doing it. Actually, I had no idea she was into acting, I thought it was just some random celebrity whore.


Watched Playmobil:The Movie (2019). It has Anya Taylor Joy in it. It was like an isekai anime. Nothing in the movie made sense and they even made a subservise ending.


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what film is that?


road house with patrick swayze


Finally got around to watching Where the Wild Things Are.

It's actually pretty boring.
It looks cool but there just isn't that much material to work with so it drags.


yeah it's one of the worst films i have ever seen


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I was intrigued about a story of a corpse coming to terms with its death but its twist is quite generic. The editing, music cues, and some lines stand out as schlocky but I did like the concept.


Working my way through the Charlie Chaplin collection


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Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker was the last movie I watched oldest film I watched was probably Caligari really need to finish that one


>the prestige
>the creator
>dune pt 2
>the terminator

>crash was a bizarre car crash fetish film

>vanilla sky
weird but interesting


lame and gay


new autism film


hollywood should be bombed


The Star Wars prequels were the best propaganda for volcels


That 7 year old with severe autism has a gf already


the untold story of Pop-tarts


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do you guys check your dvds to make sure they still work?
disc rot is real for warner brothers dvds
my casino royale dvd from 2007 still works lmao
it's not a warner brothers dvd so i didn't expect it to have disc rot


for those multi-film warner brother packs, expect disc rot

my dirty harry 4 pack collection no longer works. i tried to watch sudden impact and it froze 1 hour into it.


I think storage conditions and how the disk is treated over it's life time have more to do with it, as well as overall age.


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Sure, If you're still in your early 20s.


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i didn't know jim kelly was in this movie


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Mr. Vampire is my favorite movie.


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Renevant is movie that when you watch you dont exactly know what it is about, but visual is cool

nice movie, seen it, sequel probably not hapening

Midnight Cowboy is only one i seen from these, interesting as a look into past..?

>dune pt 2
>the terminator

>vanilla sky

heard about it, never watched, seems too difficult to watch for me


why nobody mentioned chicken run


>sequel probably not hapening
The sequel has already happened, several years ago.
I just haven't gotten around to watching it yet because I tend to prefer watching animated stuff or horror when I watch feature length stuff.


I don't know if we could consider as the live action of "Yu Yu Hakusho" as a movie. If not then that would be "Godzilla"

Oldest is probably "And Then There Were None"

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