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31 minutes ago, Viva la FCB said:

Watch it. The Last Samurai is fantastic :D

I know, and I tried several times... What I need is replacing Cruise with some deepfake throughout the movie xD Tom Hardy deepfake will do :ph34r:

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On a side note, I haven't been watching many movies lately, but I forgot to post about this one:

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The Greatest Beer Run Ever (2022)

Nothing extraordinary, but a thoroughly enjoyable movie based on real events. Zac Efron plays Chickie Donohue, a fella everyone sees as a bit of a loser, who decides to travel from New York to Vietnam in the middle of the war in order to bring beers to his neighbourhood friends fighting there. 

6.5/10

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1 hour ago, nudge said:

On a side note, I haven't been watching many movies lately, but I forgot to post about this one:

MV5BZDk1NWY0ZTAtNTNkZi00NTNiLWFiMDktYjFk

The Greatest Beer Run Ever (2022)

Nothing extraordinary, but a thoroughly enjoyable movie based on real events. Zac Efron plays Chickie Donohue, a fella everyone sees as a bit of a loser, who decides to travel from New York to Vietnam in the middle of the war in order to bring beers to his neighbourhood friends fighting there. 

6.5/10

I've never heard of that one, do these Apple movies make it to the movies or do they only make it to their streaming channel?

If it is the case they only make it to the streaming channel I don't like the way movies are going, I loved the traditional big screen followed by general release system. Netflix, apple and even Disney seem to be throwing out movies for fun at lower budgets.

40 years from now there won't be any classics, just thousands of rushed low budget movies thrown out to keep streaming service customers happy.

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2 minutes ago, Devil said:

I've never heard of that one, do these Apple movies make it to the movies or do they only make it to their streaming channel?

If it is the case they only make it to the streaming channel I don't like the way movies are going, I loved the traditional big screen followed by general release system. Netflix, apple and even Disney seem to be throwing out movies for fun at lower budgets.

40 years from now there won't be any classics, just thousands of rushed low budget movies thrown out to keep streaming service customers happy.

Only in select movie theaters, I believe...

And yeah, I see where you're coming from; the quantity does seem to be the preference over actual quality these days. I don't think I would have many movies released in the last decade or so on my all-time favourites list. Actually a good idea for a thread, maybe. 

I mostly watch TV series these days, both because the length of episodes makes it much easier to fit it into the day, and also because I genuinely think that good TV series are easier to find than good movies nowadays. 

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4 hours ago, True Blue said:

Jungle Cruise (2022) classic Rok movie

6/10

 

Rob Roy (1995)

5/10

I am without a doubt ceratin that i haven't watched a good movie with Liam Neeson

Excalibur
Rob Roy
Schindlers motherfucking list you absolute plonker
Gangs of new york
Batman Begins
The first taken movie.

Off the top of my head. 

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Susperia (1977)

6/10

No plot, just vibes. Great lighting and music.

Susperia (2018)

7/10

More plot, less vibes. A couple of genuinely uncomfortable to watch horror scenes, an actual plot with an actual payoff. Also, Tilda Swinton is immense in her roles. Overly long, mildly convoluted ending and the weird b plot shit about Lufthansa drag it down a bit. There was a classic here and it was lost. 

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On 01/11/2022 at 11:59, nudge said:

On a side note, I haven't been watching many movies lately, but I forgot to post about this one:

MV5BZDk1NWY0ZTAtNTNkZi00NTNiLWFiMDktYjFk

The Greatest Beer Run Ever (2022)

Nothing extraordinary, but a thoroughly enjoyable movie based on real events. Zac Efron plays Chickie Donohue, a fella everyone sees as a bit of a loser, who decides to travel from New York to Vietnam in the middle of the war in order to bring beers to his neighbourhood friends fighting there. 

6.5/10

Holy advertising batman

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19 hours ago, Devil-Dick Willie said:

Susperia (1977)

6/10

No plot, just vibes. Great lighting and music.

Susperia (2018)

7/10

More plot, less vibes. A couple of genuinely uncomfortable to watch horror scenes, an actual plot with an actual payoff. Also, Tilda Swinton is immense in her roles. Overly long, mildly convoluted ending and the weird b plot shit about Lufthansa drag it down a bit. There was a classic here and it was lost. 

Get the fuck outta here. The Dario Argento original is great, classic giallo cinema

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6 minutes ago, Devil-Dick Willie said:

If it had more than the barest thread of a plot it'd be an 8. 

Again, lighting and music spectacular. 
Acting is patchy, plot is almost non existent, horror is mid. 

It's a giallo film, nobody watches a giallo film for plot you went into it expecting something else. The acting is patchy because it's dubbed, it isn't a horror.

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Just now, Devil-Dick Willie said:

But there are horror themes and scenes, and they are mid. 
I watched it in Italian. 

I don't see how they are mediocre in any manner. It isn't in Italian, it's quite literally dubbed in every language. The filming process was hampered by the fact that every actor spoke their lines in a different language.

Stop using Zoom zoom slang

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3 minutes ago, Spike said:

I don't see how they are mediocre in any manner. It isn't in Italian, it's quite literally dubbed in every language. The filming process was hampered by the fact that every actor spoke their lines in a different language.

Stop using Zoom zoom slang

No fucking wonder it was fucking mediocre hahahaha.
 

Look, you could have made the movie about fucking anything and the lights and sounds would have been real pretty. But the rest of the film is unspectacular. I don't care if 'it's supposed to be unspectacular cos it's a Massimo Luigi film and they're meant to be like that'.

I enjoyed it. I gave it the above average score it deserved. I enjoyed the remake more. 

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Just now, Devil-Dick Willie said:

No fucking wonder it was fucking mediocre hahahaha.
 

Look, you could have made the movie about fucking anything and the lights and sounds would have been real pretty. But the rest of the film is unspectacular. I don't care if 'it's supposed to be unspectacular cos it's a Massimo Luigi film and they're meant to be like that'.

I enjoyed it. I gave it the above average score it deserved. I enjoyed the remake more. 

Well is it mediocre or above average? Make up your mind ffs xD

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At Eternity's Gate (2019)


I can see that it probably isn't the average movie watcher's cup of tea. 


To me it felt like 70% master piece, and 30% over-enthusastic almost too artsy kind of attempt. 


They did a great job portraying van Gogh's struggle with mental health, and shooting a lot of POV stuff helped to dive into his mind. Great performances from Oscar Isaac, Rupert Friend, Mads Mikkelsen (even though he just had a mini role), and of course first and foremost Willem Dafoe.


I like van Gogh's art, and think he's a fascinating character. If you are the same, chances are high that you will enjoy this movie. If you're not interested in any of it, then this movie definitely isn't for you. 

Oh yeah, beautiful cinematography as well. 

7.5/10

Also it made me chuckle that I watched a movie about van Gogh with a van Gogh print above my TV. xD

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On 02/11/2022 at 16:16, Cicero said:

Barbarian (2022) 6.5/10

Very suspenseful but a plot I feel they've done before. A combination of The Decent and Quarantine, mixed it with an Air Bnb. 

What a let down that was after a really promising trailer.

So many plot holes in the story, I lost interest three quarters of the way through.

4/10

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15 hours ago, Devil said:

What a let down that was after a really promising trailer.

So many plot holes in the story, I lost interest three quarters of the way through.

4/10

I love the ex-boyfriend premise we saw in the beginning that we virtually never saw brought up again. 

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7 hours ago, Cicero said:

I love the ex-boyfriend premise we saw in the beginning that we virtually never saw brought up again. 

Yeah, there were several huge things that had me scratching my head about the movie but best not mention them as people may be planning on watching it.

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10 hours ago, 6666 said:

The Stranger - Extremely uncomfortable, anxiety inducing film starring Joel Edgerton. "Enjoyable" isn't the word to describe watching it but if you like constantly being on the edge then this is a film to check out.

8/10

Is it on Netflix? 95% on rotten tomatoes is pretty impressive and sounds like its worth a watch 

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10 minutes ago, Gunnersaurus said:

Is it on Netflix? 95% on rotten tomatoes is pretty impressive and sounds like its worth a watch 

Yeah, that's where I watched it.

6.6 on imdb so I guess it's not for everybody. As I said, it depends on if you like being uncomfortable and on edge!

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6 minutes ago, 6666 said:

Yeah, that's where I watched it.

6.6 on imdb so I guess it's not for everybody. As I said, it depends on if you like being uncomfortable and on edge!

I can't find the critic reviews on imdb. It appears it has been better recieved by critics than the general audience from what I can tell. I generally like things like this so I'll watch it 

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