Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by BlueStuff, Oct 8, 2017.
The Beast from 20000 fathoms (1953) I love the 50’s monster movies and I enjoyed this!
Well, it's changed. I saw "Let There Be Light" a few days ago.
My review on IMDb kind of sums it up; titled: "Let There Be Okay".
Saw Justice League. We enjoyed it although we didn't see BvS so some of it was a little obscure. Plus, the villain was....not compelling. So, a lot of villains sport horns, it seems lately.
In theaters: Mystery on the Orient Express. On DVD, re-watch: Die Hard. On DVD, new to me: The Lords of Flatbush.
I finally watched Yellowbeard on blu-ray yesterday. Just as funny as the DVD, but better looking.
Murder on the Orient Express. Not bad! I'm a big Branagh fan. It was very self-aware and tongue in cheek. Great fun.
The live-action Ghost in the Shell movie. It was okay.
That's the first view review I've seen of it. The critics seem to think that it's not so much of a classic whodoneit? as much as a whydoit?.
LOL yeah I've heard it got kinda middling reviews. I had never seen the original though or read the book, so maybe that's why I really enjoyed it.
The Blu-ray edition of the television cut for Superman - The Movie.
I recommend this film to anyone looking for a post-apocalyptic, surreal, existentialist, and mildly sarcastic/ironic viewing experience. The short running time also worked to the film's advantage since this type of film could easily get bogged down in its own "thought-processes"...
8/10 on the mouse rating scale.
The Man From Earth
Fascinating stuff. Lots of Star Trek alums.
It held my attention really well, considering its 90 minutes of dialogue that takes place in one room.
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