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    Sauk
  Wed Aug 13, 2014 11:40 pm
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

I actually left the screen room laughing at how bad it was.

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    Ellie
  Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:44 pm
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Wild Child.

...hmm, good in parts but mostly shit.

But hey, Emma Roberts is so much more attractive with brown hair. She looks like overly attached girlfriend.


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    Sauk
  Tue Oct 14, 2014 3:52 am
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1990's TMNT, Pain & Gain, The Rundown, and The Fighter.

First 3 sucked, last one wasn't that bad.

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    coyotecraft
  Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:15 am
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Rented Justice League: Trapped in Time.
It had a bunch of bonus episodes in the special features. Like Teen Titans and old school Justice Leauge.

Gotta love their silly catch phrases. What the heck? Who knew Superman can create space cyclones?


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    Ellie
  Fri Jan 02, 2015 1:24 pm
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The Theory of Everything. Brilliant. He's gonna get the oscar for that, undoubtedly.


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    rey meustrus
  Fri Jan 02, 2015 11:01 pm
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Saw Mockingjay Part 1. That turned out well like the previous two movies. I particularly like the way the cinema focuses a bit more on the very real question of whether rebellion is actually justified. You've got to have a good reason and not just be all "we are so much more awesome than those guys that run the place now". And this will really set up Part 2.

Anyway, it's 2015 now. Where's my fuggin' hoverboard?

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    Ellie
  Fri Jan 02, 2015 11:12 pm
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Hoverboards are on their way this year, saw them on the telly. They're bulky and need a metallic surface, but are hoverboards nonetheless.


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    rey meustrus
  Thu Jan 22, 2015 4:59 pm
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That hoverboard doesn't count because I can't steal one from a passing child to help me escape the great great great grandchild of an old western outlaw.

Saw Big Hiro 6 over the weekend. The first half was great but I felt it lost what made it great in the second half. The film wandered into a cliché land of superheroes and shallow antagonists that was genuinely disappointing after all of the setup. And the news reporter at the end claiming that the mystery heroes averted disaster? After the antagonist basically accomplished nearly all of his goals with huge amounts of destruction? It's not like that building was put back together after it all went down. Are billions of dollars of collateral damage really not any kind of disaster? At least the building probably wasn't occupied so it isn't the classic case of "human death doesn't mean anything if we never saw their faces".

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    coyotecraft
  Mon Feb 23, 2015 12:56 am
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Rented Gravity and Appleseed: Alpha

Just watched Gravity. I was really into it; putting myself into her place. I had a lot of fantasies, as a kid, about getting stuck in space ever since I watched the movie Space Camp - and I barely remember that.

I know I watched another Appleseed movie. But I can't remember anything about it. I don't know anything about the manga either.
Edit: Ok, Appleseed was good too. I was mesmerized by Two-Horn's moving face parts. But I was confused about how this movie fits in with the other movie I saw. 'Alpha' sounds like a prequel. I could look it up on wiki but I don't really care.


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    Spoo
  Tue Jun 02, 2015 9:14 pm
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Netflix told me to watch Battle Royale since I liked Django Unchained or something. Despite my watching a lot of anime, I'm not super familiar with Japanese films, so it was kind of a novelty to me.

The movie itself was... Meh. It seemed to me a bunch of senseless violence and teenagers going bonkers way too fast. I'm sure there was some kind of symbolism I missed in there, especially in the final scenes, but I'm not sure I care enough to find out.

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    rey meustrus
  Wed Jun 03, 2015 6:26 pm
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Couple of movies I'd like to talk about.

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil: Pretty funny altogether. I certainly appreciate making fun of "teenagers in the woods" type horror movies although I'm not really familiar with them. Would recommend even though I generally don't like "shaggy dog" stories.

Whisper of the Heart: Pretty unusual for a Miyazaki film in that it wasn't very engaging. But something I really should have seen when I was middle school age. This one gets a nod for the characters and the life lessons but the most fantastic it gets is a surprisingly intelligent vagrant cat. So don't go into it without a good attention span.

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    StrawberrySmiles
  Wed Jun 03, 2015 8:05 pm
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Brave. Pretty darn good. :3

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    Ellie
  Wed Jun 03, 2015 8:24 pm
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I might watch Battle Royale tonight if it's on Netflix. They all raved about it at school. Probably shite.


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    rey meustrus
  Fri Jun 05, 2015 4:56 pm
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The main thing I know about Battle Royale is that my mother (the English professor) thinks that The Hunger Games is derivative of it.

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    coyotecraft
  Sun Oct 04, 2015 5:03 am
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Rented Jupiter Ascending. Watching now.

Edit: I have to agree with the reviews "Pleasing to the eye but narratively befuddled"


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    Ellie
  Tue Dec 29, 2015 7:59 am
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Been watching godawful Christmas films on the Halmark channel.

I need a good movie.


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    Ellie
  Sun Jan 03, 2016 3:08 pm
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Miss Congeniality was 15 years ago...


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    Nathaniel3W
  Fri Jan 22, 2016 4:06 pm
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Miss Congeniality was 15 years ago...


xkcd has a running gag where he reminds you of how old you are by pointing out how old certain pop-culture icons are.

https://xkcd.com/1624/

There's a new guy in the office, recent college grad, who was born after the Gulf War ended. I feel old every time I talk to him. Hard to believe that 1993's babies are all grown up now.

In the UK, college is what I would call high school, right? I lived in India for a while, and that's what they called it. So when I say "college graduate" I mean that he graduated from university.

...As for the last movie I watched, it was the new Star Wars. I liked it. I liked it a hell of a lot more than those blasphemous prequels. I'm kind of pleased that George Lucas hated it.

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    coyotecraft
  Sat Jan 23, 2016 2:50 am
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Having an animated movie night.

Just watched The Pagemaster on a whim.
Now I'm watching Sinbad legend of the seven seas
God, I love that sinister intro music and Eris' wispy animation.


Dunno what I'm going to watch next.


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    Hybrida
  Sun Apr 17, 2016 3:46 am
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Age of Ultron.

That movie was meh. Needed more action.

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    Byron
  Sun Apr 24, 2016 12:56 pm
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I watched Pan's Labyrinth a couple nights ago.
Had less magic and physical labyrinth and more saddness and mental labyrinth than I was expecting. I loved it though. Pan's design is amazing.

Last night I also rewatched Kill Bill Vol 1. It's been a couple of years since I first saw it, so it was good to refresh the mind. I'm going to watch Kill Bill Vol 2 later today too. I think it's a great film.

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    coyotecraft
  Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:43 pm
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I can't bring myself to watch Pan's Labyrinth a second time. The part with the farm boy :cry: I want off this ride


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    coyotecraft
  Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:22 am
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X-men Apocalypse.
You definitely need to watch the other x-men movies to appreciate it. After the previous movie there were some changes to the timeline. Which explains a young Nightcrawler. But there were parallels to the original timeline, maybe just to show so things were on a similar course.


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    bacon
  Tue Jun 07, 2016 5:04 am
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coyotecraft wrote:
I can't bring myself to watch Pan's Labyrinth a second time. The part with the farm boy :cry: I want off this ride

one of the only movies to make me literally sob

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    Hybrida
  Tue Nov 08, 2016 3:56 am
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I finally saw The Force Awakens. I enjoyed it. One particular scene ironically horrified me.
Starkiller base blew up 5 planets instantly as if it were just another day in Star Wars.

The death toll had to be massive. Although that would be stepping on ants in my own story, I didn't expect to see something that horrifying in Star Wars. A total of 6 planets blew up in that movie. Holy shit!

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    coyotecraft
  Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:21 pm
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Doctor Strange. The reality bending effects were great. Maybe even distracting? I feel like I was missing the action because I was staring at the kaleidoscope buildings and brick patterns.

I can't imagine anyone but Cumberbatch playing the role. He was perfect for it.
It's not an emotional movie, but still satisfying. I can't recall a sound track - probably because they used ethnic sounds, If that's the right name for it.
It's like 3 hrs later and I've still got "Hooked on a feeling" stuck in my head from the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 trailer.


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    Jason
  Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:30 pm
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Such a good fucking film, saw it two days after it came out in IMAX 3D, by far the best 3D effects I've ever seen in a film, and you're right, Benedict Cumberbatch really was perfect, so glad they were patient with him (They had to fit the film around his schedule because they wanted him so bad and he's a very busy man)

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    Hybrida
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I just saw Lights out via '123movies.to'. (you can watch anything for free on that site, but it's plagued with constant pop ups. I recommend ad blocker. Thank me later.)

Lights out is a somewhat scary movie. If you need another reason to be afraid of the dark, this is movie perfect.


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    coyotecraft
  Wed Nov 30, 2016 1:21 am
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I saw Fantastical Beasts and where to find them today. It was good, but I think it was missing something. No British accents for one, except for Scamander. There weren't any old characters either. Like, everyone is in their prime.
Obviously all the characters were adults and fully trained wizards. That kinda messed with my idea of magical power levels.
I guess when the HP books made out a form of magic to be advanced, I took it to mean for everyone, but maybe it was just advanced to students.


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    Jason
  Wed Nov 30, 2016 2:15 am
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Of course there weren't any British accents... it was set in New York lol

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