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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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Flatliners (2017)

Meh. Another disappointing remake.
I watched this last night. It was much better than the trailer would have you believe - although some of it was still a bit stupid.

The meg. Jason Statham has a nice as body.
Started off slow but I enjoyed it.
My Super Ex-Girlfriend
Garfield: The Movie
2001: A Space Odyssey in the theater, in IMAX digital projection (not the 70mm shown in some cities). It was the third time I've viewed this in a theater. I was in a bad mood because I had gone to it earlier in the day yesterday, and some jackhole tripped a fire alarm before they started the movie, and when we went back in, they started it twenty minutes in. I left, waited around, and went to the next showing, but by then I was sweaty and pissed off, and couldn't get into the movie as thoroughly as I usually do. It's still brilliant. So many movies I go to in the theater are either shrugworthy or downright awful, and it's nice to go and view a movie that is near the top of the filmmaking skill meter. The picture was pretty big in IMAX, and the sound was excellent. HAL's lines seemed to be coming from every speaker, while the humans were smaller, more localized. The seats vibrated slightly during the loud moments.
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Tag. Its based on a real story about a big much of guys who have been playing tag for decades but only one month out of the year and they go to great lengths to tag each other. The first half was pretty funny and it got a little boring in the middle but still a fun movie to watch.
Operation Finale. I hate Nazis.
Infinity War. Watching anything with my brother is like a bonus-length episode of Honest Trailers. Sometimes the negativity and criticism on these things seems in excess; part of me wishes I could ignore the plot problems and just enjoy; one of my coworkers cried over Parker’s death, but my family made fun of that one. “He’s not taking it like a man, is he?” (My sister shouted that amidst scene). I suppose the psychological aspect is interesting maybe; my sister and brother criticized his weakness as if they were peers, whereas I and my coworker saw him as a child figure that needed protection.

I haven’t been emotionally attached to a character in years. I feel like I’m missing out.

Also having a hard time sorting personal opinions from what everyone else thinks...
So I married an axe murderer
Real Men
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc
Lunch with Charles
Casino royale. Found it better than the first time i saw it in 2006.
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