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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #120 on: August 23, 2014, 06:55:41 pm »
Maleficent 9/10
I loved this movie, I've seen it 3 times now but it's still amazing. Maleficent was always one of my favourite Disney characters when I was little and although this newer Maleficent is totally different than the old Maleficent I kinda like her more. Angelina Jolie was also amazing as usual :fox-:):
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #121 on: August 25, 2014, 01:45:24 am »
Guardians of the Galaxy: 10/10

Really good film, would watch again. I reccomend this movie to everyone and anyone that asks about a it.
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #122 on: August 30, 2014, 02:04:03 am »
Mad Max 10/10. What a SPECTACULAR movie. I have no doubt that this movie inspired Drive.
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #123 on: August 30, 2014, 03:08:16 pm »
21 Jump Street 8/10
I know this movies been out for a while but I hadn't seen it before and it was one of the funniest things I've ever seen
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #124 on: August 30, 2014, 08:39:55 pm »
Guardians Of The Galaxy. Ten outta ten!
With some badass scenes and a raccoon with a huge gun, it's no surprise that this amazing effort from Marvel Studios is my new favourite movie ever.
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #125 on: September 09, 2014, 04:57:37 pm »
Pacific Rim: (At least) 8.5/10
An action-packed plot and supreme visual effects make this movie a must-watch for all those who hunger for epic battles and pure destruction.
(It could also be described as a mixture between 'Godzilla' and 'Iron Man'.)
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #126 on: September 10, 2014, 06:35:34 pm »
The Toxic Avenger 8/10
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #127 on: September 12, 2014, 04:14:00 pm »
The Room   11/10

Unquestionably the most moving and beautifully executed film of our age. Wiseau's strangely ambiguous yet gripping European accent draws us into the performance every actor wishes he were capable of, bringing the rich and deep character of Johnny to life with what appears to be almost no effort at all. The flower shop scene is a brilliant exercise in simplicity; Wiseau enters the flower shop, buys the flowers, says hello to the doggie and leaves in less than thirty seconds, and yet he does it with such a conviction that we as audience members can only stare in awe. When he throws that water bottle down on the roof of his apartment, you can just feel the tension in the theater, before he demonstrates his versatility as an actor by instantly switching gears from angry to apathetic for his conversation with Mark, a masterpiece unto itself. This film puts such mere mortal creations as The Godfather, Vertigo, and Citizen Kane in their place, and personally I thought the football should have won an Oscar.

...nope, couldn't keep a straight face. The Room is a fantastically bad movie. Like, worse than Sharknado bad. The script reads like A-grade terrible fan fiction, and the lead actor/director/producer/writer is, well, probably the worst actor I've ever seen (and I've seen live kindergarten theater). Going to see it is kind of like going to see Rocky Horror in that it's a bit of an experience, with its own strange traditions (like the audience throwing plastic spoons at the screen). Loads of fun.
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #128 on: September 12, 2014, 04:16:57 pm »
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #129 on: September 12, 2014, 06:36:59 pm »
I've just been watching Toy Story 2. Unlike a lot of sequels, it recreated the vision of its predecessor and even surpasses at times. It's one of the best written Pixar movies and is very funny. Most of the characters return from the original along with the introduction of many new iconic faces. Asides from its relatable and amusing cast of characters, it also contains deep themes of entering maturity and coming to leave behind childish things. Shown from a toy's point of view this is deeply troubling and upsetting. Enough to make you consider what would be your better purpose in life. It's a very entertaining family film that's smarter than a lot of what's within its genre. If I had to assign it a rating, I'd give it a 9.3/10.

The Room   11/10

Unquestionably the most moving and beautifully executed film of our age. Wiseau's strangely ambiguous yet gripping European accent draws us into the performance every actor wishes he were capable of, bringing the rich and deep character of Johnny to life with what appears to be almost no effort at all. The flower shop scene is a brilliant exercise in simplicity; Wiseau enters the flower shop, buys the flowers, says hello to the doggie and leaves in less than thirty seconds, and yet he does it with such a conviction that we as audience members can only stare in awe. When he throws that water bottle down on the roof of his apartment, you can just feel the tension in the theater, before he demonstrates his versatility as an actor by instantly switching gears from angry to apathetic for his conversation with Mark, a masterpiece unto itself. This film puts such mere mortal creations as The Godfather, Vertigo, and Citizen Kane in their place, and personally I thought the football should have won an Oscar.

...nope, couldn't keep a straight face. The Room is a fantastically bad movie. Like, worse than Sharknado bad. The script reads like A-grade terrible fan fiction, and the lead actor/director/producer/writer is, well, probably the worst actor I've ever seen (and I've seen live kindergarten theater). Going to see it is kind of like going to see Rocky Horror in that it's a bit of an experience, with its own strange traditions (like the audience throwing plastic spoons at the screen). Loads of fun.


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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #130 on: September 12, 2014, 09:08:52 pm »
Matilda 9/10

This has to be not only a great classic for the ages, but a real scare for kinds too. Especially Ms Turnbull(?). She used to scare the shit outta me! :lol-fox:
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #131 on: September 13, 2014, 08:57:31 pm »
I've just been watching Toy Story 2. Unlike a lot of sequels, it recreated the vision of its predecessor and even surpasses at times. It's one of the best written Pixar movies and is very funny. Most of the characters return from the original along with the introduction of many new iconic faces. Asides from its relatable and amusing cast of characters, it also contains deep themes of entering maturity and coming to leave behind childish things. Shown from a toy's point of view this is deeply troubling and upsetting. Enough to make you consider what would be your better purpose in life. It's a very entertaining family film that's smarter than a lot of what's within its genre. If I had to assign it a rating, I'd give it a 9.3/10.

The Room   11/10

Unquestionably the most moving and beautifully executed film of our age. Wiseau's strangely ambiguous yet gripping European accent draws us into the performance every actor wishes he were capable of, bringing the rich and deep character of Johnny to life with what appears to be almost no effort at all. The flower shop scene is a brilliant exercise in simplicity; Wiseau enters the flower shop, buys the flowers, says hello to the doggie and leaves in less than thirty seconds, and yet he does it with such a conviction that we as audience members can only stare in awe. When he throws that water bottle down on the roof of his apartment, you can just feel the tension in the theater, before he demonstrates his versatility as an actor by instantly switching gears from angry to apathetic for his conversation with Mark, a masterpiece unto itself. This film puts such mere mortal creations as The Godfather, Vertigo, and Citizen Kane in their place, and personally I thought the football should have won an Oscar.

...nope, couldn't keep a straight face. The Room is a fantastically bad movie. Like, worse than Sharknado bad. The script reads like A-grade terrible fan fiction, and the lead actor/director/producer/writer is, well, probably the worst actor I've ever seen (and I've seen live kindergarten theater). Going to see it is kind of like going to see Rocky Horror in that it's a bit of an experience, with its own strange traditions (like the audience throwing plastic spoons at the screen). Loads of fun.


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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #132 on: September 13, 2014, 09:25:45 pm »
Rent 9/10

I love the music from Rent and unfortunatly unless they revive it I will probably never get to see this amazing musical live so I just decided to go with the next best thing which would be the movie, I ended up absolutely loving it and find it really cool that they had many of the original cast members in the movie
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #133 on: September 15, 2014, 11:08:15 pm »
Blue Velvet 8.5/10
Fucked up, but still a good movie. One of the best movies David Lynch has made.

Drive 8/10
Great movie and great soundtrack!

I've just been watching Toy Story 2. Unlike a lot of sequels, it recreated the vision of its predecessor and even surpasses at times. It's one of the best written Pixar movies and is very funny. Most of the characters return from the original along with the introduction of many new iconic faces. Asides from its relatable and amusing cast of characters, it also contains deep themes of entering maturity and coming to leave behind childish things. Shown from a toy's point of view this is deeply troubling and upsetting. Enough to make you consider what would be your better purpose in life. It's a very entertaining family film that's smarter than a lot of what's within its genre. If I had to assign it a rating, I'd give it a 9.3/10.

The Room   11/10

Unquestionably the most moving and beautifully executed film of our age. Wiseau's strangely ambiguous yet gripping European accent draws us into the performance every actor wishes he were capable of, bringing the rich and deep character of Johnny to life with what appears to be almost no effort at all. The flower shop scene is a brilliant exercise in simplicity; Wiseau enters the flower shop, buys the flowers, says hello to the doggie and leaves in less than thirty seconds, and yet he does it with such a conviction that we as audience members can only stare in awe. When he throws that water bottle down on the roof of his apartment, you can just feel the tension in the theater, before he demonstrates his versatility as an actor by instantly switching gears from angry to apathetic for his conversation with Mark, a masterpiece unto itself. This film puts such mere mortal creations as The Godfather, Vertigo, and Citizen Kane in their place, and personally I thought the football should have won an Oscar.

...nope, couldn't keep a straight face. The Room is a fantastically bad movie. Like, worse than Sharknado bad. The script reads like A-grade terrible fan fiction, and the lead actor/director/producer/writer is, well, probably the worst actor I've ever seen (and I've seen live kindergarten theater). Going to see it is kind of like going to see Rocky Horror in that it's a bit of an experience, with its own strange traditions (like the audience throwing plastic spoons at the screen). Loads of fun.


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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #134 on: September 16, 2014, 06:57:33 am »
Transcendence awesome movie with a great story. 8/10

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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #135 on: September 17, 2014, 11:18:27 am »
Frank 8/10
Quirky movie with a interesting soundtrack. If you like alternative music, watch it.
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #136 on: September 17, 2014, 02:44:56 pm »
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #137 on: September 19, 2014, 11:28:11 pm »
The Giver
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The book was wonderful, but the movie left me feeling like it had more to offer. It had that slightly rushed feeling to it, like many video games have.
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #138 on: September 19, 2014, 11:38:02 pm »
Wanted 8/10
I turned this on mostly because I was bored and it had Angelina Joilie in it and it ended up being really good, the plot was really interesting and apparently it's based of a comic books series so I might have to go check that out
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Re: Rate the Last Movie You Saw!
« Reply #139 on: September 29, 2014, 02:22:57 am »
Divergent 8.5/10
Good movie, but honestly kinda predictable.
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