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What was the last movie you watched?

Discussion in 'Movies, Music & Television' started by Google, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. Kyou Nukui

    Kyou Nukui music is amazing

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    Veteran (2015)
    A bit violent, but I enjoyed the comedy moments and the little guy fighting for his rights against the super rich corporation bastards aspect. It was a cool movie. :)

     
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    "Atomic Blonde" (2017)

    Espionage and betrayal in the last days of the DDR.

    Great soundtrack. Loved this one. Reminded me of the intense cynicism of Cold War espionage as depicted more than 50 years ago in another great film called "The Spy Who Came In From The Cold".
     
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  3. Kyou Nukui

    Kyou Nukui music is amazing

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    Oh haha the last movie I re-watched was The Poor Boys :oops::p

    It's on YouTube. They uploaded it and it's free. :D I like that.. Free movie. :cool:
    Not a great movie. I liked the trashy juvenile humour. Its like a live action Beavis and Butthead.



    Can't believe that I watched it twice. I'm trash. :rolleyes:
     
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    Juliettaa Black Sheep. Society of One. V.I.P Member

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    Nocturnal Animals. 2016.

    The soundtrack (Abel Korzeniowski) is fabulous.
     
  5. Judge

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    "A Dog's Purpose"

    Kind of tough to watch at times, but with a worthwhile ending.

    I miss my little friends. All of them.
     
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    I watched part of Twitches but couldn't get into it so I never finished it.
     
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    watched part of Charlie Chan at treasure Island (1939).
     
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    Koyaanisqatsi (1982).

    "The film consists primarily of slow motion and time-lapse footage of cities and many natural landscapes across the United States. The visual tone poem contains neither dialogue nor a vocalized narration: its tone is set by the juxtaposition of images and music. Reggio explained the lack of dialogue by stating "it's not for lack of love of the language that these films have no words. It's because, from my point of view, our language is in a state of vast humiliation. It no longer describes the world in which we live."In the Hopi language, the word Koyaanisqatsi means "unbalanced life". "
    (Excerpt from the wiki)

    I think it's interesting, but because of the concept I felt it too long.

     
  9. Bikutoso

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    The Railrodder (1965)
    Have watched a lot of Buster Keaton lately. And this movie have become a favorite.
     
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    clips of Daybreakers (2009)
     
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    dragonfire42 Perpetual outsider

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    I won't post a trailer because even that is probably more than forum rules would allow. I will never say this is a good movie, because it isn't, but for some reason it's become a minor obsession of mine.

    Interesting to note, despite the movie's name, only one of the nine afflicted people actually does any melting. But that's fine with me, I like some variety;) Also doesn't mean the rest of the movie isn't plenty gooey and disgusting - it is.
     
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    The Joker.
     
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    Watched Parasite because a lot of people have been talking about how good it is.
     
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    "Pride and Prejudice and ZOMBIES"

    Masterpiece Theater meets Night of the Living Dead. :p

     
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    "Labyrinth"...for the umpteen millionth time. :D
     
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    "The Invisible Man" (1933)

    The classic original film with Claude Rains.

    Great special effects for the time, though I found the plot a bit transparent at times.
     
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    Fireworks Wednesday, one of Farhadi's better movies. I'm watching all of Farhadi's movies before I read the book Asghar Farhadi: Life and Cinema by Tina Hassannia
     
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    KagamineLen Gay and autistic midlife weeb.

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    A great movie to watch in 4K.
     
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    The last movie I watched was Aladdin from Disney :) I'm a huge Disney fan and this is by far one of my favourites!

    Fun fact: Did you know that during the course of recording the movie, Robin Williams (genie) improvised so many lines that they had nearly 17 hours of material :p
     
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