Last movie you saw?

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  1. BlueStuff

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    Whether for the first time, or just a rewatch.

    For me, A Tale of Two Sisters (2003). Korean horror film. Beautifully shot, with some terrific acting and highly atmospheric sequences. A little slow though, and not a whole lot of payoff in terms of scares, short of one great jump scare.
     
  2. Amaris

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    My Little Pony: The Movie (2017). It was terrific. I highly recommend it for anyone who needs cheering up, and who also enjoys fun, silly humor, and great music. ♥
     
  3. BlueStuff

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    Mods - feel free to move this thread to the "TV & Media" forum if you deem it more fitting there. I was unaware of that forum's existence until just now. Not that you need my permission, of course!
     
  4. Santaman

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    Pirates of the Caribbean -Dead men tell no tales.
    Quite funny this one! A pleasant suprise, also I had rum, watching pirates and drinking rum, a winning combination I say!
     
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    Gance's Napoleon.
     
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    mission impossible ... the one on netflix or is it amazon prime.. the new mission impossible with the secret group of bad guys/girls ---
     
  7. Jayson1

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    I rewatched "Bottle Rockets" on Hulu just yesterday. I liked it the first time I saw it but it seemed even better the second time. Wes Anderson is a great filmmaker. The final robbery is very funny and I like how casual the characters are even if they are in conflict.

    Jason
     
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    Cinemawise, Blade Runner 2049. At home, it was The Saint (the Adam Rayner version)
     
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    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story...in the theatre...when it was released.

    Yeah, I don't watch a lot of movies.
     
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    Iron sky, was on the other night, and having never seen it I used the opportunity to do so.

    Absolutely hilarious! I didn't know it was that funny ... few seconds in and I was rofling like a madman.
     
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    Kingsman: The Golden Circle
     
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    do the first three episodes of discovery in the last few hours count as a movie :)

    yep I bought "IN" @cbs
     
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    The Lego Ninjago Movie. I took my nieces and we had a lot of fun watching it.
     
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    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter -- liked it better than I thought I would.

    Mad Max and The Road Warrior -- liked these ok enough. Hoping to record the third one in the series soon via Syfy channel.
     
  15. Jayson1

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    You don't want to record those off Syfy. They most likely edit the movie to death. Never trust basic cable to give you the REAL version of a movie unless it's TMC or IFC. Sundance use to show the real versions but even they went over to the dark side a few years ago. You think this barbaric editing would have gone away by now. I expect a conspiracy. Don't give people the good versions or they won't go buy the dvd!



    Jason
     
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  17. Jayson1

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    The old one or the George Clooney one?

    Jason
     
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    George Clooney version.
     
  19. Kor

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    The one you bought in the "latest purchases" thread, right? :techman:

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    I missed it when it was in theaters and just caught it on HBO. Not bad, but the second one is still my favorite of the series. I like how each successive movie expands on the universe established in the first film instead of just being a series of disconnected stories like a lot of horror films are. It's not deep by any means, but it has something to say and is more topical than your typical horror movie fare.