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Discussion in 'Media and content' started by micvindelmer, Jun 15, 2014.
Blade Runner. 2049 out of 2050.
9 out 10, sober. Might watch it again in an altered state.
Although not true to life, it was very interesting. Those who watch Narcos and shows of the sort will be especially entertained.
I don't know why people hate on Tom Cruise nowadays. Scientology aside, he seems like a fun guy.
Wind River...3 times I watched...3 times I rate it 10
An Oscar nom please for this Taylor Sheridan piece...
Wind River - 10/10
Wind River 9.5/10. Elizabeth Olsen is badass here and so is Jeremy Renner.
Atomic Blond is 9/10 and is a must see.
Hush is 8.5/10.
Atomic Blonde. More like Atomic Bomb.
Charlize, you're why I watched this but...those butt scenes ain't good enough.
Cold Eyes 10/10
Midnight Runners 10/10
"... our love for each other will live on forever..."
Satisfying and Beautifully moving. Death is not the end rather a continuity of life. Family takes the center stage here and Disney/Pixar did not disappoint.
Good to know, will watch it with the family. It looks a lot like Book Of Life (which was also good).
Coco 9/10 the kid beside me was crying asking his mom asking why one of the characters have to die ( or so he thought) but when he heard me sobbing he suddenly snickered
Let me see, it’s like Zodiac meets True Detective...which means its worse than expected...
Michael Fassbender should’ve stayed being a humanoid...
4/10 (but only because Rebecca Ferguson is as delectable as snow)
Looked it up on imdb: "Rated R for grisly images, violence, some language, sexuality and brief nudity"
Sounds like a 4.5/5 to me
^"Brief nudity"...like MF's butt shown for a split-second
^thanks, you just saved me 2 hours
You know that feeling after watching Love Actually, Nottinghill? You need a pick me up? Watch this, this is awesome!!!
Coco - 10/10 this may have been the best disney movie for me.
Coco was indeed a good movie! For some reason the movie house was dusty, kaya I shed a tear (or maybe two or more).
Kim No Na Wa (Your Name.)
Watch it...thank me later.
No need to say more...oh, that score by Hans Zimmer is terrifyingly terrific...