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Discussion in 'Media and content' started by micvindelmer, Jun 15, 2014.
mmm.....thanks! Nice catch. Enjoyed it tremendously.
Pixels - now it's known that Sandman's movies aren't that good lately but are still entertaining, however in Pixels it just falls flat. Going to give it a 1/5 rating.
i had to watch again Mad Max: Fury Road because it was the best on my Halloween list of must-watch again...
"Where must we go, we who wonder in this Wasteland in search of our better selves..." - The First History Man
It Follows 9/10. This movie sets a new bar in horror films.
Green Inferno 8/10
I generally enjoy documentaries more than I do films, and this one has a docu feel to it. Plus, no documentary I've seen stars the gorgeous Ms. Blunt, so...
Just watched Trick 'r Treat and The Sixth Sense with our nieces. After watching Trick or Treat, they were asking if that might actually happen while trick-or-treating? Posion in a candy and real monster in disguise. Haha. This really gave us a concern and one should be very cautious on those candies given to trick-or-treaters. Warning when watching Trick 'r Treat with kids, given this film is rated R, we got an approval and the go signal to watch it. You just have to do a lot of coverings - of the eyes, and must mute the sounds in some scenes. Surprisingly, they like The Sixth Sense. They got scared, a lot. Some, even got scared to go in to the bathroom after that "bathroom" scene. Hahaha. Especially when turning the volume up. But they really like the storyline of this film plus those catchy lines by the character... "I see dead people."
I rate Trick 'r Treat 7/10. They(kids) rate it 9/10!
I rate The Sixth Sense 9/10. They(kids) rate it a unanimous 10/10!!! Scare meter and story. And said...lets watch it (both film) again, Uncle.
i know amy shumer is no maine mendoza, but that girl is actually hilarious, and spunky, and crass, and adorable...so Trainwreck gets a 7.8
Danny Collins 8/10.
Spectre - 8/10
Spectre still shines even as the gadget-filled car (in this case the Aston Martin DB10) and exploding watch (via the Omega Seamaster 300) make a comeback. Since it's a more action-driven and less introspective offering relative to Daniel Craig's other offerings for the Bond franchise, don't forget to check your brain in at the door. Also, think more of the outstanding turn of Cristophe Waltz than of the uneven effort of Lea Seydoux.
I can't compare Spectre to Skyfall, but I'd watch it again in a pinch.
Goosebumbs - 7/10 - Poorman's Jumanji.
finally watched Everest on HD and 1080p...amazing visuals, great cinematography...
but i liked more its cousin Into Thin Air...
anyway, 8/10 is quite okay...
Spectre only gets a 6/10 from me. I enjoyed Skyfall and Casino Royale more.
Spectre - 7/10 - Not as good as SkyFall but still fun. Christoph Waltz shines as Stavro Blofeld.
so much "umay" from quite serious films lately so i managed to snag a favorite, Minions...couldn't get enough of it...watched it 2x...20/10!
mmm......Spectre 9/10. A fitting end to Daniel Craig's 007. Enjoyed it much.
My god. 10/10.
Couldn't remember the last time this grown man almost cried like a baby over an animated flick.
Some folks complain it's formulaic but hey, it's a Bond film. I throughly enjoyed the movie and yes, it's something I'd watch again and buy a copy of. The only thing that left me scratching my head was the villain's motivations for going after Bond. Other than that, it's awesome!
Actual rating is 8. The 0.5 is because of Monica Bellucci.
The Ant Man - 8/10
I'm going to watch it even if only for Monica Belluci!
But, yeah, I love Bond for all his camp and formulaic rendering. That's what I look forward to in each outing. Parang a trip to your fave fastfood joint -- you always know you're going to get the crispy, oily, salty, yummy treat!