Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Robert, Aug 30, 2014.
I went to see The Mummy... I can't believe I'm about to say this but Tom Cruise was actually good. Annabelle Wallis wasn't great though.
It was pretty decent but I think that may only be cos we watched it in Imax 3D
Perfect Blue 4/5
One of my favorite movies. Late 90s anime. Fucks with my perception of reality.
Arrival - 4.5/5
That fucking ending tho
Pinocchio (Disney Version)
You are lying
Saw 1 up to 4, The Cabin In The Woods (terrible movie) The Ring 1, Rings (in the cinema), The Exorcist, The Conjuring 1 and 2, Paranormal Activity 1 and 3 and Bye Bye Man (gopd concept nut poorly developed plot and characters) (sick of horror movies, need to refresh and go back to superhero ones) Guardians of The Galaxy vol 1, Batman vs Superman (n the cinema), Captain America: Civil War (in the cinema), Suicide Squad (in the cinema), Doctor Strange (in the cinema)
Looking forward to: Spiderman: Homecoming (probably in the cinema) and Wonderwoman (unfortunately not in the cinema) and Saw VIII (in case I finish all until seven before its release)
Transformers: The Last Knight - 0.5/10 - Watched this because my dad wanted to. My goodness, what a horrible experience. On par with Revenge of the Fallen.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets - 6/10 - Jarring pacing, meh acting (Rihanna was the best actor in a movie with Dane DeHaan, Ethan Hawke, Cara Delevigne and Clive Owen) and questionable story and character beats take over the movie, but it's evidently one of the most gorgeous movies I've seen. The special effects are top-notch. The action scenes are crystal-clear and well-choreographed. You can clearly see how this story (and the comics they're based on) influenced the original Star Wars. It's really fun despite the glaring setbacks, and it's clearly a labor of love from Luc Besson.
I didn't like it because most of the scenes in that movie were so predictable.
Baby Driver and Spiderman: Homecoming
both movies 10/10, would definitely recommend!
Dunkirk in imax
Saw this on Hulu and had to watch it again. Don't remember it being this well done. I do remember the sex in it tho (I'm a man, I'm sorry). The music in this is especially stunning. This was when manga animation was also on point for a few consecutive years
War for the Planet of the Apes - 8/10 - Extremely risky making this a quiet Western in the first half and making the titular war something else before the actual war begins. And when the action arrives, it holds a lot more weight. Andy Serkis is in top form.
Dunkirk - 10/10 - Excellent cinematography. Perfect acting. Beautiful and nerve-wracking score. Risky editing and storytelling. What a movie to behold.
Baby driver and atomic blonde. I enjoyed baby driver more than I thought I would. Atomic blondes fight scenes were madness but awsome!
I watched the first Saw movie again last night, definitely one of the best horror movies I've ever seen, but I'm eager for Annabelle 2.
Haven't been to the movies since June, but.....
The Mummy with Tom Cruise
Rough Night with Scarlett Johansson
All Eyez On Me
Watched Saw 5 and Saw 6, next on will be Saw 3D which features Chester Bennington.
Watched Carrie 2013 version. The movie was good, but the ending has left me with so many questions I wish there could ever be a sequel, but for that Stephen King would have to write a new Carrie book.
Last film I watched was live action beauty & the beast... upset the daughter (who's 20 lol) by saying it actually wasn't that bad.. 7/10..
Still waiting for latest transformers to come out on DVD... as I had to work the night daughter went to cinema.. it's one of our little things to see this franchise at cinema...
Also waiting to see Dunkirk, latest planet of apes.. and Logan..
I don't do the cinema that often normally dvd
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