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»Tygo    14313
John Wick. Entertaining as fuck but had some really anticlimactic finishes/fights.
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Mutavault    2905

So I really enjoyed the first Sinister movie and it was a smart horror film that did well covering up the gore. So I just decided to finally watch the 2nd one because I was told it was funny and overly gory. I decided this was a bad idea since it might make me think less of the B+ original. Against my better judgment I attempted to sit through it. I got about half hour into the movie before giving it a Z- rating. This movie was worse than 50 shades of Grey. Absolutely do not see this filth and disgust of a movie.

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Azzaw    64

Only God Forgives. 

 

Cinematic wise, its a great film. The visuals are astounding and Ryan Gosling looks great asf (his acting is null at this point).

Don't expect an intricate plot or anything, it literally is blood and and stale characters for most part. I did like Refn's use of symbolism in  the movie though

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Loz    4313

The Conformist (1970)

Worth watching for the cinematography alone, fantastic

 

Hoop Dreams (1994)

Possibly my favourite documentary

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HououinKyouma    800

Room was one of the best movies I've seen this year. Jacob Tremblay was awesome. Brie Larson is a great actress, hope she gets to do a lot more stuff. She was superb in this and Short Term 12.

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+Urthor    10221

was walking home and I found literally the best video rental place I've ever seen in my life, like holy shit it's just sitting there and it's literally a mom and pop blockbusters in 2016 run by some nerds, I don't know how it's even alive.

 

Anyway, this has inspired me to start a netflix watching spree, rip mom and pop, currently got Tree of Life, Casino by Scorcese, the Departed and Requiem for a Dream.  Hold my tv remote I'm going in fellas. 

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+Urthor    10221

Casino was a clinically worse version of Goodfellas and I'm bitterly disappointed.

 

 

Like okay film but if you've seen Goodfellas before do not watch.  If you haven't seen Goodfellas before then you have the wildest ride ahead of you 

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was walking home and I found literally the best video rental place I've ever seen in my life, like holy shit it's just sitting there and it's literally a mom and pop blockbusters in 2016 run by some nerds, I don't know how it's even alive.
 
Anyway, this has inspired me to start a netflix watching spree, rip mom and pop, currently got Tree of Life, Casino by Scorcese, the Departed and Requiem for a Dream.  Hold my tv remote I'm going in fellas. 

Lmao i found an awesome video rental place in 2016 so im going to kill it because we cant has nice things

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Titcombe    58

Casino was a clinically worse version of Goodfellas and I'm bitterly disappointed.

 

 

Like okay film but if you've seen Goodfellas before do not watch.  If you haven't seen Goodfellas before then you have the wildest ride ahead of you 

 

I quite enjoyed Casino, Sharon Stone stole every scene and was very entertaining, and Pesci is Pesci. I consider Casino to be part of a sort of trilogy with Goodfellas and Wolf of Wall Street; all three are close to three hour biopics about some aspect of crime with a bunch of voiceover and Joe Pesci (although Jonah HIll takes Pesci's role in Wall Street.)

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HououinKyouma    800

La La Land was fantastic. From the opening number, I was enamored with this film. Damien Chazelle is proving that he's one of the best young directors out there. The choreography of the music scenes, the gorgeous cinematography, the great but not masturbatory long takes. To be treated to the film's excellent and memorable score in a time of unmemorable and outright dull scores is icing on the top. Gosling/Stone solo/duet songs definitely had their problems but, with how strong some of the other songs it was forgivable. There's still a few films I have to see, but honestly this is looking like one of 2016's best, if not the best of the year.

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Aaron    1980

Whiplash - intense, beautiful, emotional, personal, 

LOTR  Fellowship of the Ring- epic, imaginative, timeless

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Aaron    1980

Pirates of the carribean 1  - 9/10 - just so so well done, loved everything except i felt the ending fight could have been a lot shorter. the big 3 were just pouring charisma throughout the entire film and very engaging. simple but nice plot, turned everything on its head. pirates setting out to sea to return treasure etc. jack sparrow is just so god damn lovable. 

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Faint    5590

The Big Short

 

 

excellent, really really good film

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Faint    5590
9 hours ago, Aaron said:

guardians of the galaxy.

 

great film

Glad you finally watched it

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