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What was the last movie you watched?

Kalinychta

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In the Cut
God I love this movie. I’ve seen it a million times and yet somehow every time I watch it I’m totally blown away.
 

tree

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She Freak - Wikipedia

Complete rip off of Freaks, with none of the depth
or compassion.

I watched it while I ate.
It seemed important to eat supper, since I have fallen asleep
without eating three times in the past couple weeks.

So I ate.
 

BrokenNeedle

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Last night I watched Tropic Thunder. I had seen it when it first released but this time it was funnier than I remembered it being.

I also recently watched A Quiet Place and A Quiet Place Part II and I enjoyed both.
 

Judge

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The French Revolution (1989) Parts 1 & 2 (Approx. 5 Hours)

A French production worth watching provided you either speak French or don't mind English subtitles. Found it on YouTube. "A revolution that devoured its own children."

The French Revolution (1989) - IMDb
 
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Slim Jim

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I haven't watched a movie in --what seems--forever.

But I'm reminded of one movie I did watch...
It was weeks ago...I forget when exactly
Very dramatic...
I liked it. That's (3) now, I've watched about 3 version in about 10 years. 30's, 70's, 90s.
:relieved::smirk:
 

Slim Jim

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Thundercats.

I gotta say Brad Pitt was phenomenal as Lion O. Perfect Cast; vin diesel as panthro, Jackman as Tigero. Th sexy chick who played cheetaho. Tour de force epic; over 2 hours of amazing special effects. Most exciting action movie I've ever seen. Lives up to the 80's cartoon.
 

Slim Jim

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Yeah the special effects team behind that should be applauded. Brad Pitt made me believe he was an actual lion. He's a great method actor. So convincing. Mummyra was also terrifying, so scary I had heart palpitations.
I still have nightmares from the tragic and horrific deaths of panthro and cheeta. I recommend this movie to anyone. Who's into sci-fi fantasy cat humanoids. Go out and find it, watch it!
 

BrokenNeedle

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I watched several movies since my last post.

Alien - I wish I hadn't waited so long to finally watch this. It was good and lived up to the hype (I was worried I'd find it overrated).
Aliens - Again wish I hadn't waited so long to watch this, and it was even better than the first one. I'll get to Alien 3 this weekend but I've heard it's not as good.

Good Boys - I enjoyed this and laughed a lot. I might watch it again later tonight, though I know it's unlikely to be as funny the second time.

Free Guy - Wasn't a fan of this. That's probably due to Ryan Reynolds, I just don't find him funny at all.

Beavis & Butt-head Do The Universe - It had a few good laughs and I don't regret watching it, but just like when they tried to revive the series a decade ago, it lacks that special something that the series had in its original run.
 

Ronald Zeeman

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I watched several movies since my last post.

Alien - I wish I hadn't waited so long to finally watch this. It was good and lived up to the hype (I was worried I'd find it overrated).
Aliens - Again wish I hadn't waited so long to watch this, and it was even better than the first one. I'll get to Alien 3 this weekend but I've heard it's not as good.

Good Boys - I enjoyed this and laughed a lot. I might watch it again later tonight, though I know it's unlikely to be as funny the second time.

Free Guy - Wasn't a fan of this. That's probably due to Ryan Reynolds, I just don't find him funny at all.

Beavis & Butt-head Do The Universe - It had a few good laughs and I don't regret watching it, but just like when they tried to revive the series a decade ago, it lacks that special something that the series had in its original run.
I watched alien when it first came out, had no idea what I was in for what a sleeper.
 

ASD_Geek

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Watched Father of the Bride (2022) with Andy García and Gloria Estefan this weekend. it was pretty decent, but I liked the 1991 Steve Martin film better. I've not seen the original yet.
 

Judge

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"DeGaulle and Churchill: The Appeal of June 1940"

A rather well done and frank film about the last days of France before surrendering to Nazi Germany.

French dialogue, English subtitles.

 

damoisellepeachy

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Thor: Love and Thunder. I love Thor but I always thought the MCU keeps writing him weirdly… I did like the film but it feels kinda unbalanced
 

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