- Sep 29, 2020
You all saved me a watch.Found myself fast forwarding huge chunks. The director, writer and editor should have all been fired mid project for this. It had real potential but literally got worse the longer it went on. The potential was never fulfilled past the costumes, set pieces, acting, sound and lighting. All the other parts of movie making were as if made out of text book ikea instructions that was missing the last few pages.
Shit movie, I concur with don't bother.
Damn it. I want to like this movie. I want to watch this movie. I know I shouldn't.Mortal Kombat
Do yourself a favor and skip it.
Hell yeah been stoked for thisDemon slayer leaked on PSN
Been watching 90's thrillers that I missed growing up.
The Fugitive- Absolute banger. Tommy Lee Jones was so great, wasn't expecting his sense of humor.
Fatal Attraction- It's pretty good. Glen Close is kinda a ghoul lookin thing in it. Eh, watch or don't watch.
Basic Instinct- More actor Michael Douglus pervert shit. Sharon Stone was awesome. Movie was so great first half, then it just repeats itself till it ends. Shame.
The Firm- Tom Cruise does not miss. Movie rocked. Gene Hackman, the Diabetus, all great performances. Great Lawyer thriller stuff if you're in the mood.
Castle in the sky, holy shit how have I never seen this, amazing anime for Ghibli
Not really seen any ghilbli films, any order I should watch or avoid?
They range from grounded historical character studies like The Wind Rises or From Up on Poppy Hill, to fantasy coming of age tales like Spirited Away or Kiki's Delivery Service, to man vs nature examinations like Princess Mononoke or Nausicaa. And of course heart crushing works like Grave of the Fireflies.
Personally I don't think you can go wrong with any, but my preference is the following of their more mainstream works as I don't like to recommend the human drama stories until a new viewer has a chance to sample what Ghibli is all about:
1. Spirited Away
2. Princess Mononoke
3. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
4. Howl's Moving Castle
6. Kiki's Delivery Service
7. My Neighbor Totoro (this is the most dramatic, reflective of their popular modern fantasy movies)
You're in for a treat. I have almost the entire available bluray collection.
Don't think I would characterize any Ghibli movie like that....as long as its not too weeb, or hentai shit.
Don't think I would characterize any Ghibli movie like that.
I will say, though, that in spite of its A-list cast, Ponyo is pretty trippy and seems aimed more toward small children. Still worth a watch for fans, I think.
About an hour in, and have never seen it before
This movie is not even halfway over yet it’s already invoking strong very strong feelings of uneasiness and paranoia when I’m alone and able to reflect back on all that’s happened within its story. What I’ve seen already has been brilliant
Rewatch the whole series recently on Disney+ in 4kwhat did the sign say at the beginning? I think there was an edited one saying I hate everyone? Maybe
Loved the film using this:Watched Master & Commander last weekend.
Such a great movie. One of Crowe's best in my opinion. The sound is absolutely extrodinary. Watching it on my A1 was a feast for the ears. Probably a killer movie if you have a surround soun system. 8/10
Rush (Netflix): 7/10
If you can get over the corniness of the first half hour or so (feels like a 9-year-old wrote the dialogue based on what he assumed vroom-vroom racecar drivers talked like), it's not bad overall. Cheesy but fun drama based on two real-life F1 world-champ rivals.
Rutgar is a madman, loved the guy. Thought the remake wasn't too bad, the casting of Sean Bean as the Hitcher is good and from what I can remember nothing is exactly spelled out for you, but you can join the dots.Just re-watched the original "The Hitcher" a.k.a Rutger version for the first time in..oh. twenty years?
Outside of the two key scenes that everyone who has seen the film will remember, I had forgotten just how "subtle" the storytelling and character building was plus some of the gorgeous cinematography.
Still holds up, one of the great road thriller movies, alongside Spielberg's The Duel.
Still find it hard to believe some of the reviews it got upon its release.
Haven't seen the re-make but I imagine it falls into the trap of explaining each and every characters reason for doing what they do and generally treating the viewer like they are a drooling idiot?
Wasn't sold on the trailer. It looked like Willis was one of those robot toys from the 80's that just has limited movement and a few phrases through a bad speakerJust watched Breach that stars Bruce Willis. The movie was like a 6 out of 10. It would have been okay as a scifi tv movie. You see the same sets over and over again. The acting was barely tolerable. The main star is not Bruce Willis but he works with Bruce a lot in the movie. Rachel Nichols is also in the movie and works as a scientist character. It looks like the movie barely had any budget. I think they should have went a more outrageous route for this movie. The movie isn't that bad if it was a tv movie.
The start of the movie though is weird for something set 200 years from now I believe. Plus the main character actually has physical photos of his girlfriend. They really didn't think the scifi setting through.
Just saw this on Sunday (first theater visit since Spider-Man: FFH!).Just watched the demon slayers movie
The movie was pretty good. The enemy reminded me of power rangers movie ooze 3d. The movie had some nice visuals for the most part just that enemy was terrible. It was very dramatic and had some heartbreaking moments. It felt more like the beginning of the series which had a more serious feel to it. Honestly the movie was kinda weird. Like the build up to the supposed climax honestly felt kinda weak. This movie is so hard to rate. Like it had great action, epics moments, and tearful scenes but I still kept thinking that everything could have been done better if they just tweaked a few things. I'm left at the end of the movie with a feeling of what were you thinking when you made the ending. Like for the highs of this movie I'd give it an A but the lows of the movie I'd give a C so I guess this movie will get a rating of B-. A great story but not put together well. It just feels like it had so much potential.
I actually enjoyed it until about halfway. Then it just falls apart. What the fuck is that ending?Things seen and heard - it stinks
Mortal Kombat = 6/10
Without Remorse = 4/10