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    What was the last movie you watched?

    No threads about movies here..
    What was your last movie?
    Mine was "Hide and Seek" on TV

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    This is a continuation thread, the old thread is Here
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    Quote Originally Posted by PegaSus View Post
    But... it's @Katadunkass fav
    I watched it at a hostal at almost everyone loved it. Sometimes I don't know if i've just become too cynical about movies, I just dont know. I think most are shit, and almost everything overrated. I think and compare this new movie to the older Tarintino movies, like Pulp, Kill Bill and Resevoir Dogs etc and the difference in quality and story-telling is like a chasm.

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    Das Boot (1981)

    To be completely honest, it was in miniseries format (308 minutes - The Original Uncut Version), and IMO that's how one should watch it.

    It's perfect. The cast, the acting, the scenography, the cinematography, the sounds, the music...the story! Filmmaking at its peak.
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    Parasite (2019)

    Finally got around to watching it. It was pretty interesting and kept my attention throughout. Love how the story unfolds!
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    In all fairness, my top 3 so far this year is:

    1. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    2. The Lighthouse
    3. Waves

    I know these are 2019 movies for most people here, but Denmark is, as usual, pretty late in the game when it comes to premiering movies

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    A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

    Brilliant movie, just gets funnier and funnier. The whole movie was worth it just for that ending screen. Got me laughing out loud.
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    1917

    Pretty good movie. The single shot approach was very cool and not sure if its been done on this scale before. Some of the visuals were very interesting. However I watched Children of Men recently, who use 2 or 3 single shot big moments and these are so much better than 1917. Way more tension and suspense, not just flashy and overly stylised stuff. They are far more dynamic. So this films redeeming feature is still not up to standards with the best IMO. Also I thought the acting was good, but not outstanding... lots of over-acting and lots of cliche characters. Story was lacking too. 7/10


    p.s Children of Men = 8.2/10

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    Sonic

    Not that good tbh - Jim Carrey was definitely the best part of the movie, but even he got a bit... stale by the end. Not worth spending your money on really. 4/10

    A LOT of other crappy movies as well:
    Red Letter Day: 3/10

    Pandamonium: 1/10

    Jumanji: The Next Level: 4/10

    Swinger: 4/10

    The App: 1/10

    To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You: 3/10

    Bombshell: 5/10

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    Sunday Girl: 2/10

    Troop Zero: 3/10

    Bait: 5/10

    After Midnight: 3/10

    Charlie's Angels: 2/10
    That's because I'm a man, doh

    A BIG surprise was Mickey and the Bear directed by first-time-director Annabelle Attanasio - fantastic heartfelt movie with a stand-out performance by Camila Morrone. Definitely worth watching. 7/10

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    Mother!

    This is a crazy film. Very very crazy. Finally a film that was not boring or predictable in any way whatsoever. I would recommend you watch this one just for the experience of it, don't watch any trailers or read anything about it. It has its flaws for sure, but I will take original and risky ideas like this over 90% of the bullshit we get today. 7.7/10

    @Katadunkass you must have seen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    Mother!

    This is a crazy film. Very very crazy. Finally a film that was not boring or predictable in any way whatsoever. I would recommend you watch this one just for the experience of it, don't watch any trailers or read anything about it. It has its flaws for sure, but I will take original and risky ideas like this over 90% of the bullshit we get today. 7.7/10

    @Katadunkass you must have seen?
    Are you talking about Aronofsky's Mother!? Yeah, saw that one in the theaters. Had a pretty annoying experience watching it because of some idiotic people who couldn't keep quiet, which, unfortunately, made me dislike the entire movie more than I normally would. So, I bought it on Blu Ray, watched it again at home and I'm so glad that I did. Sure, it has its flaws and I honestly can't stand Jennifer Lawrence, but the entire experience was unique and crazy. I think I rated it a 6 to begin with, but later bumped it up to a 7 on IMDB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katadunkass View Post
    Are you talking about Aronofsky's Mother!?
    I actually thought Lawrence did a good job with the acting, but I did find her character a bit too passive at times (and therefore annoying). But I think she did a good job.

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    Lost in Translation

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    The Invisible Man
    Fun first half, but awful last act. Some of the plot elements are laughably bad and dumb with actions being made by our antagonist and various police officers, which makes no god damn sense. Elisabeth Moss was pretty good in it though and the cinematography was great in some scenes where you really felt someone being there without seeing anything. 6/10

    El Hoyo
    Fun elements and interesting idea, but the dilemmas are never fully fledged out and many of the big questions are being left unanswered (and not in a good way). The main character was fine and so were most of the cast in general, but the third act was kind of meh. 6/10

    The Hunt
    Honestly don't get the fuzz about this one. Some elements were fine, but I found pretty much everything of it annoying or boring. Betty Gilpin was not good, which mostly was due to the direction I think, and the overall gore and bloody elements never translated well. Pretty dumb movie, imo. 4/10

    Some quick ones
    Only: 3/10

    Lost Girls: 4/10

    The Alpha Test: 1/10

    Transference: Escape The Dark: 3/10

    Spenser Confidential: 4/10

    The Grudge: 1/10

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    Parasite (2019)

    Finally got around to watching it. It was pretty interesting and kept my attention throughout. Love how the story unfolds!
    Dude this movie fucked me up for like a full day

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