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What was the last movie you watched? Rate it :)

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(Like, shouldn't my post count have been halved with the deletion of the old one?)


The fact that it's subtitled totally makes it more realistic and personally involves you in the scenario, because Mayan tribesmen communicated by reading text accompanied by an unfamiliar language.
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It comes at night(2017) 5/10 what was the point of this except to make the audience depressed? Lol
A Fistful of Dollars
First Blood
Wonder Woman (2017) - finally a DCEU movie that isn't a miserable mess. Warner Bros. should just focus on making all-women superhero movies: Wonder Woman, Birds of Prey, Batgirl, etc. I'm not really bothered about seeing The Justice League.
Krisha (2015) 7/10 This was a really good movie. They really did a great job creating a believable story and the acting was great. I'm surprised I like this more then his latest film.
Monster. Well, that was one of the most depressing movies I've seen.

Saving Private Ryan. My first time watching it was like a month ago. It was as good as I expected it to be.

Arrival. Been wanting to see this one for awhile.
The possession of Micheal King(2014)

It was okay at best. Definitely won't end up being a classic possession movie.

Home Movie(2008 )

Creepy ****ing kids. And the father was annoying as hell.

The Conspiracy

Wasn't bad. The truth hiding in plain sight.
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Woodchipper Massacre on DVD from Netflix This is a DIY/shot-on-S-VHS movie from 1988. It's totally amateurish, but also totally fun.
Ghostbusters II
Machete Maidens Unleashed (2010) - an entertaining documentary about the Filipino film industry and the movies it made for the American drive-ins and grindhouse theaters. Roger Corman produced a lot of his exploitation movies there in the 60s and 70s.
Monster's Ball
Murder in the First (1995)
Batman Begins (2005)
My 3rd viewing of it. This one doesn’t get the acclaim its 2 sequels do, but it’s just as good. I’m a Star Wars fan and Liam Neeson reminds me of what Qui-Gon Jinn would’ve been like had he been evil. Also really like Cillian Murphy as Scarecrow. “It’s not who I am underneath. But what I do. That defines me.”


The Dark Knight (2008 )
My 3rd viewing of it. Honestly, not as good as I remember it. The quick, choppy cuts between scenes is distracting and gets annoying. I don’t think we get enough of Two-Face. (the 2 villains in this wasn’t handled as well as the 2 or 3 in Batman Begins). We don’t get as much of Bruce Wayne / Batman either. That being said, I really really liked Heath Ledger as The Joker. He steals every scene he’s in. This movie showed just how scary (and not cartoony) someone like The Joker actually would be in real life. He actually gave me a nightmare or 2 when I first saw this, no joke. Honestly, I think one of the reasons people didn’t like Suicide Squad is because you’re following up The Joker’s appearance in this with something completely different.


The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Actually my first full viewing. This is the best one. Happy to see that all of the choppiness of TDK and BB was gone. Bane was perfect. After TDK, realizing that the Joker isn’t in TDKR, it makes me kind of upset we don’t get the Joker in this, but Bane is just a perfect of a villain. Really like that wheezy voice. Really all of the villians in this trilogy make it worth-while.
I’m happy we got to see more of both Bruce Wayne and Batman in this than TDK as well. Catwoman and Robin were great additions and they didn’t feel tacked on. My favorite aspect of TDKR is that it’s just as much of a sequel to BB as TDK. It connects us back to Batman’s origins as well as his first villain. This might be my favorite Batman movie. (Batman ’89 probably first).
I don’t like how Alfred is kind of a jerk in this one, and that Bruce basically ends his career as Batman. I would’ve left it more ambiguous if Batman ‘retires’ or not.


I rank the trilogy as:
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The Houses October built.(2014)

It wasn't too bad. Kind of interesting to see haunted houses attractions and how far people are willing to go to scare or be scared.


Meh. A lame movie about a bunch of kids who piss off big foot. To be honest, the kids being so annoying made me root for the Sasquatch.


I thought the jumpscare were pretty well done. The rest of the movie like the story kind of sucked. The end was just...what?
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Interstellar (Currently)
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