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What was last movie you watched?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by JoseWarner, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. RayJeena

    RayJeena Well-Known Member

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    Bram Stoker's Dracula
     
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    Wu Wei ursus senum severiorum and ex-Bisy Backson

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    Kung Fu Panda 3
     
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    The Incredibles 2
     
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    Red Sparrow.

    (meh)
     
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    Just finished watching the series myself. Hilarious series. Loved the turnip.
     
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    The Disaster Artist


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    Hannibal Rising. Not too shabby even without Anthony Hopkins.
     
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    Flame Heretic Astartes

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    Man Bites Dog. Its a early 90s Belgian film but wow.. probably the best mockmentary ever.

     
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    I watched Grand Turino at my brother's a few days ago. It's been years since I've seen it, and I forgot the guy is the apex example of a grumpy old man telling the yungin's to get off his lawn. But it's still a good movie.
     
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    Yesterday I saw Lights Out, and just finished watching
    Crimson Peak a few minutes ago.
     
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    The Void.

    It had a lot of potential for a cosmic horror movie but fell flat.

     
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    Man of the Year, which was surprisingly disappointing and not very funny for a Robin Williams movie.
    Super Troopers 2, which I'll have to watch again to give a better review of because once Farve was drugged up and they started beating him I pretty much didn't stop laughing, or crying from laughing so hard, over the delight of watching a drugged up (sedative) ******* get hit in the head with a shovel. Or at least I think it was a shovel. I was laughing so hard I really couldn't tell.
     
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    This:

    I'm not a big fan of anime, but this was really good.

    *Edit: and it's free on Youtube.
     
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    The Hills Have Eyes remake.

    Ultra-violent for no good reason. Decent otherwise.
     
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    Bohemian Rhapsody
     
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    The Thing, the remake/prequel from 2011. I watched (for the first time) the 1982 version a week ago, and it turns out that's the better one of the two. The 1951 original is also good, but it's very different.
     
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    Bohemian Rhapsody

    The first one has me permanently hungry for ramen noodle soup.
     
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    The Last Exorcism: It was a really good movie up until the ending.
    Thin of your average exorcism film, but the priest is pretty much a televangelist without the tv. He's also not religious, and he's just doing exorcisms as a service. He gets called to preform an exorcism on a girl, and it is left anbigious as to whether she is possessed by a demon or if she is just insane. All the obligatory contortions were possible, as the actor did them herself. It's very interesting and unique, up until the ending. At the ending it turns out that there's a secret devil worshipping cult, and the priest has to call upon the power of god to prevail.
     
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