Movies Seen in 2017

Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by od0_ital, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. od0_ital

    od0_ital Admiral Admiral

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    Sausage Party - DVD
    Jen Kirkman: Just Keep Livin'? - Netflix
    Passengers 2D - theater
    Live by Night - theater
    Bridesmaids - redbox
    Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children - redbox
    Hidden Figures - theater
    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage - theater
    MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Moon Zero Two - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Black Scorpion - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Ring of Terror - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Cave Dwellers - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Fugitive Alien - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Unearthly - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Castle of Fu-Manchu - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Giant Gila Monster - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Teenagers from Outer Space - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Attack of the Giant Leeches - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Killer Shrews - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Hercules Unchained - HuluPlus

    John Wick - DVD
    Jaws 2 - Netflix
    The Agony and the Ecstasy - Netflix
    John Wick: Chapter 2 - theater
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2D - theater
    Bill Burr: Let it Go - Live & Uncut - Netflix
    Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same - Netflix
    Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way - Netflix
    Bill Burr: Walk Your Way Out - Netflix
    Silver Streak - Netflix
    Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark - Netflix
    Jaws: The Revenge - Netflix
    The Nanny Diaries - Netflix
    Black or White - Netflix
    Nightcrawler - Netflix
    Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Boys - Netflix
    Hard Candy - Netflix
    Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell - Netflix

    Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio - DVD
    Mike Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes - Netflix
    Amy Schumer: The Leather Special - Netflix
    For the Love of Spock - Netflix
    I Am Your Father - Netflix
    Pumping Iron - Netflix
    Jesus Camp - Netflix
    Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made - Netflix
    Batkid Begins - Netflix
    The Imitation Game - Netflix
    August: Osage County - Netflix
    High-Rise - Netflix
    Logan - theater
    The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium - Netflix
    Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits - Netflix
    Richard Pryor: Live and Smokin' - Netflix

    I rewatched the X-Men / Wolverine movies on DVD the last few days, went with production order rather than attempting the chronological order. Got a plan to go see Logan again on Monday.

    Tonight, I watched the 1971 standup from Richard Pryor, which seemed to have been filmed in a coffee shop/café with three cameras. Sadly, aside from a couple of jokes, it wasn't very funny. Too many shit & fart jokes, and with his junkie impersonation in the end, it got too serious, not enough laughs.

    It was only 45 minutes, but his later specials were so much better.
     
  2. zakkrusz

    zakkrusz Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (8/10)
    John Wick Chapter 2 (9/10)
    Kizumonogatari Movie 1: Tekketsu (9/10)
    Logan (8/10)
    Lupin the 3rd: Operation Return the Treasure (8/10)
    Mall Rats (8/10)
    Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale (9/10)
    Trinity Seven: Eternity Library and Alchemic Girl (8/10)
    Underworld: Blood Wars (7/10)

    Recently Seen:
    Ghost in the Shell (2017) (7)

    Running Total: 10
     
  3. Nomad

    Nomad Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    I'm late to this, but since I'm currently unemployed I've had a lot of time to watch movies. Here are some I've watched this year:

    Rogue One (2016)
    What can I say? One of the better Star Wars movies, and surely the darkest in tone. I didn't mind the CG Moff Tarkin, but I see how he might creep some people out.

    Doctor Strange (2016)
    Out of the 14 Marvel movies released so far, I'd rate this one around 10th place. It's not a bad film; I just wasn't blown away by it. Perhaps if I had seen it on the big screen, instead of at home, I would be more impressed.

    The Red Turtle (2016)
    The latest animated movie from Studio Ghibli, this time from a French filmmaker. It's about an unnamed man who is marooned on a deserted island. The movie has no dialogue, although the man does shout "hey" a few times at passing ships. I won't try to describe the direction the movie goes in, but it isn't a remake of Castaway.

    Raise the Red Lantern (1991)
    With the release of The Great Wall (which I haven't seen), I decided to do a mini-marathon of Zhang Yimou films. First up was Raise the Red Lantern, starring Gong Li as a woman pressured into marrying a rich man who already has three wives. Of course, a rivalry develops between the women, and many unhappy events ensue. Not a feel-good movie, but a memorable one for the acting and photography.

    Not One Less (1999)
    The second Yimou film in my marathon. It concerns a 13-year-old girl who is made temporary teacher at a school in a rural village. Since several students have left school recently, she vows that there will be "not one less" when the regular teacher returns. The novelty of this movie is that most of the roles are filled by amateurs whose real lives are similar to the parts they play. Because of this, the film has a documentary feel to it, although the story is purely fictional. (Later, I plan to watch Hero [2002], my favorite Yimou epic.)

    The Magic Serpent (1966)
    From Toei Studios comes a very campy but entertaining blend of sword-and-sorcery, martial arts, and giant monster battles. To be fair, the kaiju action is limited to the beginning and end of the movie. In between is a wacky adventure featuring a hero who is so powerful that if you cut off his head, he just puts it back on again (after mocking you, of course). Lots of fun, if you don't expect much from the special effects.

    Passengers (2016)
    Not quite what I expected, but not a bad movie. I saw it for free, so I can't complain.

    Snake Girl and the Silver-Haired Witch (1968)

    A somewhat obscure Japanese horror story, the plot involves a young girl who is adopted by a couple who turn out to be her real parents. Also living in their house is another daughter (the "snake girl") who resents her new sister and regularly torments her. There's also a "witch" although there's little magic as such in the movie.

    Kuroneko (1968)
    Another Japanese horror story, this one based on an old fairy tale. Two women are raped and murdered by a group of wandering samurai. They are sent back as avenging spirits, committed to killing any samurai they encounter. The tension comes when the son/husband of the two women returns from war, now a samurai himself. The ending is unsatisfying, but the emphasis here is on mood rather than action.

    Evelyn Prentice (1934)
    I've become a fan of William Powell and Myrna Loy, so when I came across this movie, I thought I'd give it a chance. It's one of their lesser known films. Loy plays a wife who toys with having an affair after she learns that her lawyer husband had a brief dalliance with a client (now ended). Nothing really happens between her and the other man, but he winds up getting murdered, and Loy believes she is the killer. There's a lot of court room drama, of course, and a few nice twists along the way.

    Rendezvous (1936)
    Another William Powell flick. Loy's not in this one; Rosalind Russell plays the female lead this time. The film is set in WWI, with Powell as a master code-breaker. Although he's good in his role, the movie as a whole is not one of his better ones. Still worth watching once, however.

    Rodan (1956)
    Varan the Unbelievable (1958)
    The Mysterians (1959)
    Gorath (1962)

    I decided to do a rewatch of some of my favorite Toho sci-fi films, and these were the first of the bunch. Rodan is considered a classic of the kaiju genre, but I like Varan a lot as well. Underrated in my estimation, with a great monster design, adequate special effects, and an excellent Akira Ifukube score (much of which would be recycled in later films). As for the other two, both take themselves pretty seriously given the silliness of the proceedings, and I don't mind that at all. It's one of the things I like about Toho movies. The Mysterians are a group of invading aliens who just want our women and a nice plot of land, while Gorath concerns a rogue star headed for a collision with earth. Since Gorath can't be blown up, scientists instead build mammoth rocket engines in Antarctica, which are to be fired to move the planet out of the way. There's also a giant walrus around to make things difficult.
     
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  4. od0_ital

    od0_ital Admiral Admiral

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    Sausage Party - DVD
    Jen Kirkman: Just Keep Livin'? - Netflix
    Passengers 2D - theater
    Live by Night - theater
    Bridesmaids - redbox
    Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children - redbox
    Hidden Figures - theater
    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage - theater
    MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Moon Zero Two - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Black Scorpion - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Ring of Terror - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Cave Dwellers - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Fugitive Alien - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Unearthly - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Castle of Fu-Manchu - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Giant Gila Monster - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Teenagers from Outer Space - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Attack of the Giant Leeches - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Killer Shrews - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Hercules Unchained - HuluPlus

    John Wick - DVD
    Jaws 2 - Netflix
    The Agony and the Ecstasy - Netflix
    John Wick: Chapter 2 - theater
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2D - theater
    Bill Burr: Let it Go - Live & Uncut - Netflix
    Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same - Netflix
    Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way - Netflix
    Bill Burr: Walk Your Way Out - Netflix
    Silver Streak - Netflix
    Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark - Netflix
    Jaws: The Revenge - Netflix
    The Nanny Diaries - Netflix
    Black or White - Netflix
    Nightcrawler - Netflix
    Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Boys - Netflix
    Hard Candy - Netflix
    Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell - Netflix

    Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio - DVD
    Mike Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes - Netflix
    Amy Schumer: The Leather Special - Netflix
    For the Love of Spock - Netflix
    I Am Your Father - Netflix
    Pumping Iron - Netflix
    Jesus Camp - Netflix
    Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made - Netflix
    Batkid Begins - Netflix
    The Imitation Game - Netflix
    August: Osage County - Netflix
    High-Rise - Netflix
    Logan - theater
    The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium - Netflix
    Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits - Netflix
    Richard Pryor: Live and Smokin' (1971) - Netflix
    Louis CK: 2017 - Netflix

    I watched the latest standup special from Louis CK yesterday, filmed for Netflix just a few weeks ago. He started off talking about abortions & ended with why he can't be a homosexual, with religion, education, parenting, and other stuff mixed in between. Pretty funny stuff, I got some laughs out of it.
     
  5. Korusan

    Korusan Ensign Red Shirt

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    I watched this film with a friend recently called Withnail and I. It's a British dark comedy which stars two of the Doctors (if you count the Shalka Doctor, if not then it's a Doctor and the Great Intelligence) that goes all over the place. It's really best going in blind; I didn't have a clue what it was going to be about ahead of time and wound up loving it. I think it's from '87 but it's set at the end of the 1960s.
     
  6. Hugo Rune

    Hugo Rune Commodore Commodore

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    Burglary. It's all about Burglary.

    Hugo - and the finest wines available to humanity
     
  7. Smellmet

    Smellmet Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Rogue One 9/10
    Edge of Tomorrow 6.5/10
    Lone Survivor 8.5/10
    Deepwater Horizon 9/10
     
  8. Starbreaker

    Starbreaker Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Sequence Break ★★ 1/2
    A Dark Song ★★★
    Buster's Mal Heart ★★★ 1/2
    Automatic at Sea ★★
    Whiskey Galore (2016) ★★★ 1/2
     
  9. od0_ital

    od0_ital Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    Sausage Party - DVD
    Jen Kirkman: Just Keep Livin'? - Netflix
    Passengers 2D - theater
    Live by Night - theater
    Bridesmaids - redbox
    Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children - redbox
    Hidden Figures - theater
    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage - theater
    MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Moon Zero Two - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Black Scorpion - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Ring of Terror - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Cave Dwellers - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Fugitive Alien - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Unearthly - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Castle of Fu-Manchu - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Giant Gila Monster - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Teenagers from Outer Space - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Attack of the Giant Leeches - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Killer Shrews - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Hercules Unchained - HuluPlus

    John Wick - DVD
    Jaws 2 - Netflix
    The Agony and the Ecstasy - Netflix
    John Wick: Chapter 2 - theater
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2D - theater
    Bill Burr: Let it Go - Live & Uncut - Netflix
    Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same - Netflix
    Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way - Netflix
    Bill Burr: Walk Your Way Out - Netflix
    Silver Streak - Netflix
    Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark - Netflix
    Jaws: The Revenge - Netflix
    The Nanny Diaries - Netflix
    Black or White - Netflix
    Nightcrawler - Netflix
    Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Boys - Netflix
    Hard Candy - Netflix
    Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell - Netflix

    Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio - DVD
    Mike Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes - Netflix
    Amy Schumer: The Leather Special - Netflix
    For the Love of Spock - Netflix
    I Am Your Father - Netflix
    Pumping Iron - Netflix
    Jesus Camp - Netflix
    Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made - Netflix
    Batkid Begins - Netflix
    The Imitation Game - Netflix
    August: Osage County - Netflix
    High-Rise - Netflix
    Logan - theater
    The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium - Netflix
    Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits - Netflix
    Richard Pryor: Live and Smokin' (1971) - Netflix
    Louis CK: 2017 - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Manos: The Hands of Fate - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Catalina Caper - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Eegah! - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Future War - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Hercules Against the Moon Men - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Horrors of Spider Island - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Jack Frost - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Laserblast - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Pod People - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 The Pumaman - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Sidehackers - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Space Mutiny - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Time Chasers - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Zombie Nightmare - Netflix
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Indestructible Man - HuluPlus
    Ghost in the Shell (1995) - HuluPlus
    Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008) - HuluPlus

    So, I watched almost all twenty of the MST3K episodes Netflix added before "The Return" started. I skipped the ones I knew I'd seen for sure, though a couple of others seemed kinda familiar. Watching 'Indestructible Man' on Hulu right now.

    The other day, I watched the original GitS anime because I told a scifi geeky co-worker that I wanted to watch it before the new live action movie, and he was surprised I hadn't seen it already. Apparently, its something I should have done years ago. Pretty cool story, and some nice scifi ideas at play in it. Followed that with the 2.0 version, which is the same movie, but with random bits of CGI animation put in place of the handdrawn animation of the original.

    I still want to see the live action movie, its on a long list of stuff I just can't seem to get to the theater to see these days...
     
  10. zakkrusz

    zakkrusz Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    ^The original Ghost in the Shell also has a 2004 Sequel. and couple of alternate timeline spinoff franchises called Stand Alone Complex and Arise if you liked the films. Personally, I think Stand Alone Complex is the best and most well-rounded GITS incarnation, though all of them are good.

    Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (8/10)
    Ghost in the Shell (2017) (7)
    John Wick Chapter 2 (9/10)
    Kizumonogatari Movie 1: Tekketsu (9/10)
    Logan (8/10)
    Lupin the 3rd: Operation Return the Treasure (8/10)
    Mall Rats (8/10)
    Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale (9/10)
    Trinity Seven: Eternity Library and Alchemic Girl (8/10)
    Underworld: Blood Wars (7/10)

    Recently Seen:
    The Fate of the Furious (9/10)

    Running Total: 11
     
  11. Starbreaker

    Starbreaker Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Get Out (2017) ★★★1/2 - I don't think it's quite on the masterpiece level, but it looks like it will be the best horror film of the year.
     
  12. Starbreaker

    Starbreaker Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    22. Rings (2017) - ★
    23. Wiener-Dog (2016) - ★★★
    24. Paterson (2016) - ★★★
     
  13. od0_ital

    od0_ital Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    Location:
    Nacogdoches, Texas
    Sausage Party - DVD
    Jen Kirkman: Just Keep Livin'? - Netflix
    Passengers 2D - theater
    Live by Night - theater
    Bridesmaids - redbox
    Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children - redbox
    Hidden Figures - theater
    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage - theater
    MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Moon Zero Two - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Black Scorpion - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Ring of Terror - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Cave Dwellers - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Fugitive Alien - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Unearthly - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Castle of Fu-Manchu - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Giant Gila Monster - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Teenagers from Outer Space - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Attack of the Giant Leeches - HuluPlus
    MST3K: The Killer Shrews - HuluPlus
    MST3K: Hercules Unchained - HuluPlus

    John Wick - DVD
    Jaws 2 - Netflix
    The Agony and the Ecstasy - Netflix
    John Wick: Chapter 2 - theater
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2D - theater
    Bill Burr: Let it Go - Live & Uncut - Netflix
    Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same - Netflix
    Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way - Netflix
    Bill Burr: Walk Your Way Out - Netflix
    Silver Streak - Netflix
    Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark - Netflix
    Jaws: The Revenge - Netflix
    The Nanny Diaries - Netflix
    Black or White - Netflix
    Nightcrawler - Netflix
    Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Boys - Netflix
    Hard Candy - Netflix
    Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell - Netflix

    Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio - DVD
    Mike Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes - Netflix
    Amy Schumer: The Leather Special - Netflix
    For the Love of Spock - Netflix
    I Am Your Father - Netflix
    Pumping Iron - Netflix
    Jesus Camp - Netflix
    Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made - Netflix
    Batkid Begins - Netflix
    The Imitation Game - Netflix
    August: Osage County - Netflix
    High-Rise - Netflix
    Logan - theater
    The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium - Netflix
    Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits - Netflix
    Richard Pryor: Live and Smokin' (1971) - Netflix
    Louis CK: 2017 - Netflix
    MST3K Manos: The Hands of Fate - Netflix
    MST3K Catalina Caper - Netflix
    MST3K Eegah! - Netflix
    MST3K Future War - Netflix
    MST3K Hercules Against the Moon Men - Netflix
    MST3K Horrors of Spider Island - Netflix
    MST3K Jack Frost - Netflix
    MST3K Laserblast - Netflix
    MST3K Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders - Netflix
    MST3K Pod People - Netflix
    MST3K The Pumaman - Netflix
    MST3K Sidehackers - Netflix
    MST3K Space Mutiny - Netflix
    MST3K Time Chasers - Netflix
    MST3K Zombie Nightmare - Netflix
    MST3K Indestructible Man - HuluPlus
    Ghost in the Shell (1995) - HuluPlus
    Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008) - HuluPlus
    MST3K Tormented - HuluPlus
    MST3K The Beatniks - HuluPlus
    MST3K The Rebel Set - HuluPlus
    MST3K Monster A-Go-Go - HuluPlus
    MST3K The Day the Earth Froze - HuluPlus
    MST3K Bride of the Monster - HuluPlus
    MST3K Hercules and the Captive Women - HuluPlus
    MST3K Swamp Diamonds - HuluPlus
    MST3K Secret Agent Super Dragon - HuluPlus
    MST3K Gunslinger - HuluPlus
    Life (2017) - theater
    The Circle - theater
    Kubo and the Two Strings - Netflix
    Kevin Hart: What Now? - Netflix
    Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man - Netflix

    Watched some more classic episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 via HuluPlus.

    Went to the new AMC in Nacogdoches (which is just the old Carmike Cinemas with a few cosmetic changes in the lobby & preshow) to see a couple of matinees.

    Life was pretty good for a creepy alien monster loose on a space station movie, but the ending was totally obvious before the reveal.

    The Circle was not as good as I had hoped it would be considering the cast. Tom Hanks was cool, but he was in a supporting role. And it was Bill Paxton's final onscreen role, he played Emma Watson's father.

    Netflixed yesterday.

    LatTS was kinda dull. The animation was top notch, of course, but the story was a little boring.

    Kevin Hart...I just do not understand how he has been so successful. I don't like him in movies, but my nephews love him. So, I watched his latest (and possible last) standup special, where he sold out the Philadelphia Eagles football stadium. And it has a twenty minute pre-taped James Bond parody with Halle Berry & Don Cheadle. And in an hour & a half of watching this mess, I laughed one time, and it was during the ping pong story he told. That was it. I thought maybe I was too harsh, and watched his first standup special, and didn't laugh at all. How the hell...?!?

    And that concludes the month of April movie viewing for me.

    I did not get to the live action Ghost in the Shell - the closest theater still showing it is about 50 miles away, and the one showtime was 11:20 pm. Not gonna happen, I'll just wait for the DVD.
     
  14. zakkrusz

    zakkrusz Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    The Fate of the Furious (9/10)
    Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (8/10)
    Ghost in the Shell (2017) (7)
    John Wick Chapter 2 (9/10)
    Kizumonogatari Movie 1: Tekketsu (9/10)
    Logan (8/10)
    Lupin the 3rd: Operation Return the Treasure (8/10)
    Mall Rats (8/10)
    Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale (9/10)
    Trinity Seven: Eternity Library and Alchemic Girl (8/10)
    Underworld: Blood Wars (7/10)

    Recently Seen:
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (8/10)
    Kizumonogatari Movie 2: Nekketsu (9/10)

    Running Total: 13
     
  15. Tom Hendricks

    Tom Hendricks That boy is our last hope, NO! there is another. Premium Member

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    The Founder - Trapped inside an airplane traveling from NYC to San Diego - I really loved this movie, it was fantastically directed and the acting was incredible. Michael Keaton has reinvented himself so many times, it really is incredible.
     
  16. Starbreaker

    Starbreaker Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    24. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (2017) ★★★★
    25. Beauty and the Beast (2017) ★★★
     
  17. MacLeod

    MacLeod Admiral Admiral

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    Last film I watched was "The Fault in Our Stars". It was a decent enough film.