What films have you seen lately?

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by AdvertBreak » 20 Jul 2016, 01:46

Watchmen - underrated
Airplane! - overrated
The Walk - good but I prefer Man on Wire

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by tom_cas1 » 20 Jul 2016, 18:54

AdvertBreak wrote:Airplane! - overrated
Don't know if I'd say overrated but I prefer the Naked Gun films. Leslie Nielsen at his very best!
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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by AdvertBreak » 23 Jul 2016, 03:41

I don't think I remember seeing one tbh

Whiplash - very good
Unfinished Business - boring
Ant-Man - very good
Johnny English - seen before

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by Consigliere_11 » 23 Jul 2016, 09:03

Saw "The Grand Seduction" yesterday http://imdb.com/title/tt2319580/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Pretty nice movie, nothing too special, but it was fun at times.
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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by guidedbyvoices » 16 Feb 2019, 02:33

Climax
Cold War
Black Sheep
Blackkklansman
Sorry to Bother You
Bohemian Rhapsody

I don't regret watching any of them.

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by MsMagicAmerica » 04 Mar 2019, 14:20

tom_cas1 wrote:
20 Jul 2016, 18:54
AdvertBreak wrote:Airplane! - overrated
Don't know if I'd say overrated but I prefer the Naked Gun films. Leslie Nielsen at his very best!
I don't think it's overrated. Yes some of the Naked gun movies are better, but it has some great lines and bits in it.

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by Sledge Hammer » 04 Mar 2019, 18:46

The original Jaws (1975), looks stunning in 4k such a brilliant soundtrack acting and direction from Spielberg, the trio of Scheider, Shaw and Dreyfuss superb.

Jaws 3 and 4 should be burnt and never shown again.
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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by tom_cas1 » 03 Apr 2020, 05:08

Just finished re-watching Avengers: Infinity War. Earlier today I watched Iron Man 2. And yesterday I watched Iron Man.
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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by Rubi » 03 Apr 2020, 11:06

I used to love this thread.

So, due to the quarantine this past month, I've watched A LOT of movies. Asterisk (*) marks rewatches.

Burning
Ford v Ferrari
End of Watch
Room
Ex Machina
The Chaser*
The Great Gastby
The Invisible Guest
Brothers
Atonement
Shutter Island*
Chronicle
Split
Glass
The Lighthouse
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Little Miss Sunshine*
The Reader
About Time
The Consequences of Love
Prisoners*
A Taxi Driver
The Great Beauty
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Oldboy*

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by stephen » 03 Apr 2020, 14:21

I don't really watch that many but recently I've watched Frozen 2 and Sonic. OK films if you want to waste a couple of hours

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by MsMagicAmerica » 09 Apr 2020, 06:16

I’ve been watching a few Sean Connery James Bond films. I’ve seen all but Never Say Never and I own the majority of his films. I don’t have Never Say Never and Diamonds Are Forever.
I haven’t watched them in years and honestly forgot that I had a few.
I have a bunch of DVDs just in boxes so I really should start watching them as I have the time to do so.

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by TristramShandy » 09 Apr 2020, 17:18

I've always been a big fan of Sean Connery's Bond films. The best ones, imo.
I'd say Diamonds Are Forever is his least good, tho (his comeback), and as for Never Say Never Again, if you haven't seen it, it's a remake of Thunderball (it is an "unofficial" James Bond film).
Unfortunately, the Bond production has fought hard ever since the sixties to make the films more and more realistic, which is a shame. The whole charm of Connery's first films is totally lost.

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by Rubi » 09 Apr 2020, 18:28

TristramShandy wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 17:18
I've always been a big fan of Sean Connery's Bond films. The best ones, imo.
I'd say Diamonds Are Forever is his least good, tho (his comeback), and as for Never Say Never Again, if you haven't seen it, it's a remake of Thunderball (it is an "unofficial" James Bond film).
Unfortunately, the Bond production has fought hard ever since the sixties to make the films more and more realistic, which is a shame. The whole charm of Connery's first films is totally lost.
You call the Pierce Brosnan films realistic?

I will admit, I have not seen any of the old Bond movies. But regardless of how good and charming some might be, no Bond movie will ever top Craig's Casino Royale. That film is an undisputed masterpiece.

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by TristramShandy » 09 Apr 2020, 18:47

Rubi wrote:
09 Apr 2020, 18:28
I will admit, I have not seen any of the old Bond movies. But regardless of how good and charming some might be, no Bond movie will ever top Craig's Casino Royale. That film is an undisputed masterpiece.
Not a bad one, but imo, Craig's best is definitely Skyfall, which ranks easily amonst the top-5 of all Bond films.
Craig has also committed Quantum Of Solace, easily the worst of all Bond films.
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You call the Pierce Brosnan films realistic?
:lol: Not really. But nothing can top the naivety of You Only Live Twice for example, when Houston get on their screens views of spaceship from outside, and with changing angles... :D I luuuuuuuuv that.

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Re: What films have you seen lately?

Post by MsMagicAmerica » 11 Apr 2020, 03:40

I’ve actually have never seen any of the Daniel Craig films and I don’t know why. I saw the last two Pierce Brosnan films and I was turned off by them.
Diamonds are Forever is my least favorite Sean Connery Bond film (again I’ve never seen Never Say Never). It’s the only official one of his that I don’t own on vhs/dvd/blu-ray. And honestly I don’t remember much of it so that says something.
The Roger Moore films did loose the Bond charm. They’re not all bad though. I remember liking The Spy Who Loved me. I used to have it on vhs. I’m, but Moonraker...yeah I’m not going there. 😁

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