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Hard mode: no comedies 

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+rei+    34769

I had a lot of fun with Dracula Untold 

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BuildTheWalia    263

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie (5%)

 

The Butterfly Effect (33%): Not "deep" or "mind-blowing", but it's a serious Ashton Kutcher time-traveling.

 

Equilibrium (40%): I'm a sucker for Christian Bale and dystopian action movies, and this one merges the two pretty well.

 

Atlantis The Lost Empire (49%): In my top 10 Disney movies, criminally underrated.

 

Also all the Pirates of the Caribbean movies after the first one.

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+rei+    34769

holy equilibrium was only 40? I fucking love that movie that too

 

Pirates 2 is still > 50 but 3 isnt i cna get behind that (haven't seen later sequels)

 

I think no one but me liked A Million Ways to Die in the West 

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+Sophocles    3136
18 hours ago, rei said:

I think no one but me liked A Million Ways to Die in the West 

that's a comedy

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+rei+    34769

yeah i already did my not-hard-mode

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+Sophocles    3136

Constantine (2005) is a good flick imo. Keanu reeves + Tilda Swinton were great, Peter Stormare is born to play Satan. (Shia Laboeuf can piss off)

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HououinKyouma    818

Scrolled through rt's list of under 50s and honestly what shocked me the most was how many of these movies I had at least some interest in seeing, but they either got pulled from theaters too quickly or I told myself I'd redbox it when it got released and then I never did. Even when I had moviepass, I still ended up passing on them.

 

The one that immediately came to mind was the Godzilla: King of Monsters, I remember seeing that with my friends and the audience was just obviously not buying into it and when we talked about how much of a blast we had in that movie, a buddy of mine mentioned that it had a sub 30 rt score. It's gone up a bit now, as it's settled at 41, but all of the critics I follow enjoyed it, but none had actually written about it for their news outlet, just on podcasts, personal websites, or letterboxd so their positive reviews of it never hit rt. I thought it was pretty funny people were bitching and moaning about the characters in a Godzilla movie, that was def funny to read in a lot of the negative reviews.

 

The other two were both Malick films Song to Song (43) and Knight of Cups (47). I think Malick chasing a plotless film and worrying more about transmitting feelings than hitting story beats is super interesting. I don't think I'll ever personally revisit these two, especially when it felt like Malick struck a great balance in Tree of Life, but the direction that Malick is heading is interesting at the very least so I'll probably continue watching whatever he puts out.

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Haruki    12647

baseketball is the greatest film of all time

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