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

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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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the source has run dry

it did, several times, then reborn, resurrected

where do you get your movies from?
Tarkovsky's The Mirror.

That was absolutely beautiful! Wow. So many amazing shots. It's going to take a bit to try to figure out the meaning. It's one of those movies where the meaning is secondary to the experience of just taking it in visually. Damn. I loved it.

This might be my favorite scene from any movie:

I need to watch the rest of Tarkovsky's stuff asap (this, Stalker and Solaris have been on my list for ages).
@Mc Borg I recently watched The Mirror too and it was really good. Definitely watch Solaris.
No Country for Old Men
Cop Car on Blu-ray from Netflix mail. Exploring the Cinema of Jon Watts (just kidding), the director of Spider-Man: Homecoming (might go to that this week). Clown was average, but Cop Car is pretty decent. The kids are really good and don't make you want to hang yourself. It's just a simple story of two kids who steal a cop car, the wrong cop car.
Low Down (2014), Great.
I am not a serial killer(2016)

It was a good movie, right up until that weird ending. Even it wasn't too bad, but I did not expect what was going to happen.
Just watched Goodfellas today. I actually like it. It's really fun taking an upper div in classic crime cinema.

I think next week we're watching clockwork orange. I already seen that movie once, and I'm not sure if I'm ready to watch it again haha.
None for ages. Probably Get Out.
Real Men
I saw Dunkirk last night. Real good! Love Christopher Nolan!
Saw Dunkirk today at the cinema. Also watched Blade Runner last night.
The 2 most recent Planet of the Apes movies (2011 and 2014). Never thought I'd really get into them but they were both surprisingly excellent.
Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) - It's definitely in my top three Friday movies.
The Spiderwick Chronicles
I'm always on the look out for good animated stuff :grin2: Is that one any good ?
I'm always on the look out for good animated stuff :grin2: Is that one any good ?
It's definitely a gorgeous movie, no question, as are all of Makoto Shinkai's films :] It's slightly on the shorter side, about 45 mins if I recall correctly, and not a whole lot is happening plot-wise (the story is focused on the 2 main characters), still I think it's worth checking out for the emotional interactions between the 2 protagonists. If all else fails, every single scene is pure eye candy so you won't be disappointed in that regard.
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