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2nd movie in the series is still the best IMO.

The movie was good except for the mutts.

Dark and sad if you think about all that happened and then you get the ending scene...'We just having a picnic'.

I do not feel like I heard a lot of the music in this movie, really enjoyed it throughout the film(s). The emotional impact was not there for me and more of an afterthought. 2nd movie was a real experience.
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2nd movie in the series is still the best IMO.

The movie was good except for the mutts.

Dark and sad if you think about all that happened and then you get the ending scene...'We just having a picnic'.

I do not feel like I heard a lot of the music in this movie, really enjoyed it throughout the film(s). The emotional impact was not there for me and more of an afterthought. 2nd movie was a real experience.

 

Can not see the picture, here gettoasty. What movie is this?

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^the hunger games, mockingjay part 2
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I watched this last night: 

 

 

 

Surprisingly good and enjoyable. 

 

I watched both Avengers movies recently, and didn't really enjoy them, but I've been watching a few of the "solo" movies (Captain America, Thor, and now this one) and I like them a lot more. They're quieter, without the hectic, very large scale battles and massive destruction of the Avengers movies, and there's more plot development. Obviously, not to be taken seriously, but pleasantly escapist.

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I saw Deadpool. I enjoyed it (and I am burnt out on comic book movies). I assume the sequel is going to shit on everything that was good about this one, then they'll make a third that partially, but not totally, redeems the franchise.
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I watched this last night: 

 

 

 

Surprisingly good and enjoyable. 

 

I watched both Avengers movies recently, and didn't really enjoy them, but I've been watching a few of the "solo" movies (Captain America, Thor, and now this one) and I like them a lot more. They're quieter, without the hectic, very large scale battles and massive destruction of the Avengers movies, and there's more plot development. Obviously, not to be taken seriously, but pleasantly escapist.

I enjoyed Winter Soldier, felt a cut above the other stuff. Great action scenes, nice casting choices (Crossbones!, Batroc), good fight choreography and above all a well-paced spy-thriller approach. Cannot wait for Civil War, I think the Cap films rival Iron Man 1 in terms of effective characterisation and world building.

 

Ant Man was surprisingly zippy and I love Michael Pena's monologues. Cheesy, yet hilarious.

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Watched Burnt last night. Not bad but the ending was a bit weak IMO.
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Spotlight - Tom McCarthy (2015)

 

 


Big disappointment. This important topic, that has caused som many problems and pain for the involved: victims and abusers, not to say the Catholic church - is treated in the most boring way and without any cinematic finesse. Flat and boring light, static camera with too much emphasize on the editing. Just a few short moments this movie gives the impression of being a movie made last year. The acting is just average.

The story could have been so good in the hands of the right director, McCarthy is just not clever enough.

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Watched Wedding Ringers and it was pretty funny. Of course Kaley had to be the girl lol.

Then I realized imma need to hire a wedding ringer years from now frown.gif. Overall was funny.

Gods of Egypt. O god what was this travesty.....
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Hanna - Joe Wright (2011)

 

 

 

I likes this futuristic thriller, and I liked the use of green through out this movie.

It's not the best movie I've seen, but it's good to see Kate Blanchett in a mediocre part. 
It's a movie about growing up and becoming independent from your parents, and that we all have to revolt and destroy our idols to become the one who we are,

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Creed at home...

 

Somewhat enjoyable, but so predictable...  The references to the original are well placed and familiar,  Sly did a pretty good job as did Tessa Thomas.  I did not think the Creed character was played very well.  It is not worth a trip to a theater.

 

I've now seen all the Oscar nominees I am interested in.  IMHO Brooklyn wins.

 

Cheers

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10 Cloverfield Lane

it was great. the less you know, the better.
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Whoever destroys a soul, it is considered as if he destroyed an entire world.

Cinematically and technically it's intense, visceral and disturbing. Emotively the constant close up of Saul draws you into the maelstrom of an emotionally charged journey through hell.This hell on earth was further reinforced by the SS language in the film which striped those murdered of their humanity by referring to them objectively as "the pieces" mere units in a machinic process of industrial death.

The constant horrors the Sonderkommandos endured before their own termination are beyond comprehension in terms of human cruelty, suffering and endurance. Saul in my reading reacts to the madness and horror by seeking to attain a moment of spiritual peace by ensuring that one child is provided with the grace of a decent burial.

An outstanding and disturbing film which examines the horrors and hope of the human condition in an extreme environment of evils, obscenity and degradation.
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@Geoffrey Firmin

Good review. 

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Watched this. It had its moments.
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I watched this last night: 





Surprisingly good and enjoyable. 

I watched both Avengers movies recently, and didn't really enjoy them, but I've been watching a few of the "solo" movies (Captain America, Thor, and now this one) and I like them a lot more. They're quieter, without the hectic, very large scale battles and massive destruction of the Avengers movies, and there's more plot development. Obviously, not to be taken seriously, but pleasantly escapist.
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