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Old 17th-October-2016, 01:45 PM   #1501
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I watched The Elephant Man (1980). That was really good.
my heart is still broken bc of this film </3
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I watched Blair witch last saturday (probably? what is time, right?) at an outside screening in the forest around midnight. I was so blown away by the concept of watching a horror movie filmed in a forest while actually sitting in a dark forest and then having to walk home in the dark that I completely overhyped it. I really love a good scare, and it's even better when it's a collective scare with 100+ participants. The movie was pretty atrocious, but the fact that it's seriously freezing at night in october made it a lot harder to focus properly on the movie I wasn't able to get lost in it like I sometimes do with other movies. I was painfully aware of my physical surroundings the entire time and I was shivering so badly that I spilled hot chocolate all over myself too, and then I was not only cold, but also wet and scalded. The movie itself had so little credibility to it that I was actually less scared afterwards.
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theroux's scientology movie: sporadic hilarity, humanity remains a mystery

obviously recommended for anyone considering voting for cognisant
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^grrrrr

adam curtis' hypernormalisation: mesmerizing and brilliant as usual
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I watched Step Brothers.
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Old 7th-November-2016, 12:42 PM   #1506
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I go to the cinema from time to time, mostly, feeling disappointed after watching a film.

Grown to expect this. I go for social reasons mostly, or, otherwise, find independent theaters...

Anyway, the last movie I watched was:

Deepwater Horizon directed by Mark Wahlberg.

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Visually entertaining. Successfully gave off the impression of being on a sinking rig with fine shots & bi-polar transitions. Sudden explosions & death, unstoppable, endless collateral damage, eerie silence, desperation, screams & cries, helplessness, emotional, intense, almost overwhelming sound effects (the girl sitting next to me was weeping)... That was the strong point, or focus, of the film, the rest was undeveloped (i.e. the characters, the introduction, which was just mindless rambling that carried on for too long)...

He depicts stereotypes quickly to get a vague idea of the whole situation: the greedy corporate man (who hastily values profit over the safety of the crew), male banter, a martyr, and a careful, responsible leader (showing the solidarity between the crew members), a romantic relationship between a male (member of the crew) and his wife (adding a dimension to the life of a crew member), as well as, and strangely enough, a romantic relationship between a female (a member of the crew) and her boyfriend, who both ride motorbikes and mustangs. I don't know if that is some sort of feminist-affirming plot that just had to be added or something, but who cares, she was a good representation of the masculine type of female (it wasn't exaggerated).

Not something I would personally watch. Still, if you're into emotional provocation, it ain't bad.
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I wish they had been able to run Rogue One to an R rating, although obviously in that franchise that was not going to happen. Not necessarily for sex (because there wasn't any) nor graphic violence (although there was a lot of death and mayhem), but simply because it might have been even grittier in terms of making the characters even more morally ambiguous.

They did pull through on this movie. It has its flaws, but it might be more satisfying than TFA tbh. It's more narratively honest, and it's honest about how in war and espionage and rebellion there's some real shit that goes down even by the so-called "good guys," and yet there's some real nobility/sacrifice amid the grime.

Jones is really great -- she brings the human element to the movie. Mikkelsen of course is good in his role, Mendelsohn chews up the scenery but that was his goal and he's kind of great in that over-the-top way. K-2 is a great mix between the analytical/pessimistic C3PO and SWKOTOR's MK-47.

there are a few surprise characters, which I suppose can be commonplace nowadays if you have the budget and tech to do it.
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Triple 9 (2015)

Good cast, good times.

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Old 18th-December-2016, 01:36 PM   #1509
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Forgot about this thread.

Anyways, I watched Moana again today with my niece, my nephews and my little cousins. Gorgeous animations and The Rock was on point in his acting for Maui. The film got me interested in Polynesian mythology again (well who else have a goddess who has a flying vagina).
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The Neon Demon ended up being little more than a glossed-up piece of shit. Just when I thought it might have something provocative to say, it went off the deep end and became unpalatable.

Elle Fanning was well-cast. Keanu Reeves sucks. It's truly a spectacle of style over substance but I suppose that was the point, wasn't it? But honestly, I didn't need an entire two-hour movie to win me over, it doesn't offer anything that you didn't already know. But if you enjoy the spectacle, then more power to you; the visuals can be mesmerizing and trance-like.
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Rogue One is relatively gritty in Star Wars standards but lore-wise it actually made me appreciate the movies even more.
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Old 30th-December-2016, 11:18 PM   #1512
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max steel, movie about a gay INTP transformers fan who projects his massive libido into an imaginary transformers friend, who in return sabotages all of his dates with his esfj girlfriend. the actor who plays the teenage kid is a fully grown man which adds sexual awkwardness in scenes with his mother Maria Bello comedic effect. impossible to watch a silly movie like that without thinking about something else at the same time, such as this review.
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Watching Robin Hood: Men in Thights nuff said ��
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Old 4th-January-2017, 06:56 AM   #1514
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"beyond", the show. rather annoying. the protagonist is childish and everyone lies to him because apparently he cant handle the truth and the worst is that the audience is being treated the same, every other character in the show knows what is going on but we have to discover it bit by bit, along with the protagonist. and what i have discovered by episode 6 hasn't even been as fascinating as the secret of "stranger things", which is also rather meh.

"the expanse" another show, has the feel of total recall, antiquated ideas about a colony on a different plant full of crooked individuals. watched only one episode.

"sense8" also a show. the most interesting of these shows, on account of story and scenery diversity, but ultimately also meh and not memorable at all. saw 5 episodes a few days ago and can't remember much about them.


most movies i saw recently didn't excite me much. i gave a good rating (8) to 11.22.63, anthropoid, the accountant, bridge of spies, hell or high water. of those, only anthropoid was memorable. but in a painful way.
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MOONLIGHT.

It's absolutely stunning and engaging. Beautiful anamorphic cinematography, a film that depicts a portrait of a character's struggle with life, via tone, mood and a You may not identify with the protagonist directly, but you will certainly relate. Highly recommend. Do NOT watch the trailer! Avoid spoilers at all cost because the film develops into something you've never seen before in a film like this; it plays your expectations like a chess grandmaster and wins each time.
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Not a movie, but this for the second time




I tried to make the image even bigger because it wasn't large enough, so I apologize profusely for that!
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Old 5th-January-2017, 04:55 PM   #1517
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MOONLIGHT.

It's absolutely stunning and engaging. Beautiful anamorphic cinematography, a film that depicts a portrait of a character's struggle with life, via tone, mood and a You may not identify with the protagonist directly, but you will certainly relate. Highly recommend. Do NOT watch the trailer! Avoid spoilers at all cost because the film develops into something you've never seen before in a film like this; it plays your expectations like a chess grandmaster and wins each time.
Looking forward to this once I get access to it (along with Manchester by the Sea).

I ended up watching three movies yesterday:

- The Secret Life of Pets. Meh. Jokes were rarely funny (delivery/wording problems), the plot was unfocused, and needed more focus on character. Which is a shame, I like Despicable Me stuff.

- The Autopsy of Jane Doe. Directing was great, he knows how to put together scenes to build tension/dread, and Cox/Hirsch were great. But after a great buildup, it just kind of fizzles out into tired trope. I'll watching any of the director's other movies, though, based on the talent I saw here, though. It just needed a better resolution.

- Finding Dory. Wasn't expecting much of this, but it serves as a direct counterpoint to Secret Life of Pets -- have an actual STORY with compelling characters that you care about, and then add the jokes over top of that to support story. It was much better than I had expected, after the first twenty minutes or so.
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i saw raise the red lantern last night. woooh such a depressing film, 2 hours of watching the title character slowly being broken by despair. shots of the siheyuan felt very claustrophobic and i fking love gong li
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la la land
it sucked
should probably stop cinema-dates altogether bc i cant remember the last time a good film came out


also saw a 70s finnish film that had lots of harsh realism(including long sequences of animal abuse)
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What did you think sucked about it?
What did you think of his last film, Whiplash?

Actually it looks like a number of decent movies came out near end of year. Still there was a glut of so-so in mid-year and fall.

EDIT: Three last films I watched were:

Passengers: Surprisingly had a lot of honest emotings centered around what Jim does early in the movie... but then they lost their balls by switching the focus of the plot + opted for an emotionally dishonest ending. Wish they hadn't; Lawrence nails her scenes except for the one she was misdirected on, and she and Pratt have chemistry.

The Girl on the Train: Blunt is decent as an actual female alcoholic, but movie is basically Lifetime for Women rated R. It did inspire me to rewatch Presumed Innocent (a better movie), which is a similar story format but with a male unreliable narrator.

Elle: Great acting, interesting character study + her complex response to masked rape and what her final option is. Believe it or not, Verhoeven directs and does well -- it's his first movie done in french, I think (it's subtitled for us lame-o americans).
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looking into a show called taboo. great scenery, intense acting, love and creativity about details ... looks promising.

last two movies i enjoyed were

-nocturnal animals - can't quite remember what it was about. it's all about atmosphere.
-the light between oceans - a michael fassbender movie
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youre right, that was a stupid thing to say. for clarity tho, i was referring to films that get screened; only popular/successful films get screened in normal theaters here, because theaters have to go through the trouble of getting movies subtitled before releasing them. films that are less popular or boxoffice-failures get screened in art theaters, but even this is rare bc they mostly just screen old-hollywood/silent films. so cinemas mostly just do big feature films and those tend to be disappointing

ive seen moonlight and 13th since then and i love both. also heard good things about certain women

about whiplash...ahh tbh i found this film repugnant and i dont agree with its philosophy. some tumblrite said the film's philosophy is very Rand-ish and i can certainly see this, there are parallels between the two works' main characters(edit: i just realised that i forgot to mention i had rand's the fountainhead in mind here. The one with the pompous architect) and their pursuit and understanding of art and greatness and self actualisation. i like the intensity of the last scene but the whole movie is so repugnant, and has the tired sadistic-mentor trope that i thought only exists in manga nowadays. i hate how the drummer looses himself in all the abuse, it got to the point where he transcended anger/humiliation/spite, like he wasnt even motivated by these feelings anymore, he genuinely began to believe the abuse was shaping him and fleshing out his "genius". idk...what do you think?

la la land is less vile but i can still see the same underlying philosophy here, in fact sebastian is probably much more similar to roark than whiplash-guy was. the music is trite and forgettable, story is cliched, characters are two dimensional etc.... the main thing is, for a movie that is allegedly a tribute to jazz, i umm dont see the jazz

MOONLIGHT IS FUCKING AMAZING IM STILL MINDBLOWN...probably one of the best films i have seen in my life. next im going to see certain women
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Split:

Decent film with a fantastic performance by James McAvoy.

That would have been my comment. That is, until the entire movie and it's significance was transformed by one line of dialogue. Now I say it's a must see.
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MOONLIGHT IS FUCKING AMAZING IM STILL MINDBLOWN...probably one of the best films i have seen in my life. next im going to see certain women
Moonlight is a five-star movie, but I didn't have a large emotional reaction to it unfortunately. It's just very well done.

I saw Certain Women. The middle section with Michelle Williams is my least favorite, although it's not bad; it just kind of doesn't go many places, and deals more with more proactive woman dealing with men. Laura Dern has the right amount of exasperated weariness dealing with her client and it's the funniest segment. I was kind of surprised with the fact that the best performance in the movie was not from an established actress; that last segment is pretty interesting.

The movie's biggest weakness is simply that the three stories aren't really connected (aside from a few tenuous threads of plot), so they have trouble reinforcing each other. Still, they deal with every-day female experiences without getting preachy about it, and I could identity with some of the experiences. It's a nice movie. That last segment just kind of lingers with me, which is lovely -- there are periods without dialogue, and if I try to describe it, it doesn't do the experience of it justice.




EDIT:

I typically try to take a film on its own terms. So why I might have a personal response to a particular philosophy espoused by a film, that doesn't necessarily make it a bad film; it might "just be what it is," just like people are often just who they are.

there's no real question that the relationship between drummer and teacher was emotionally (and nearly physically) abusive. Certainly lots of physical self-abuse. This is more of a question of how badly two people can feed off each other in pursuit of their own goals and end up both getting what they want in the end and maybe even achieving something that transcends their own personal shit. They are both very flawed people, and obsessive people, and demanding people. There was nothing Fletcher demanded, though, that Andrew didn't demand of himself, and vice versa. They were both hellbent on this particular road and had given up everything else for it, even Andrew ditching his girlfriend for his drumming; I totally saw the logic in everything he said to Nicole, and yet I just wanted to slap the fucker across the face for being so damn cold about it and for maybe not seeing life as bigger than his own obsession. Yet again, if he wanted to be that good... it would demand everything from him, potentially.

In this sense, Andrew's father (Paul Reiser) is the nurturing figure who is both a consolation AND a hindrance to Andrew's progression. He's the balance to Fletcher. At what point does affirmation become a hindrance to progress? This is a typical struggle for every person as we move from childhood to adulthood and try to learn how to suffer pain in order to achieve goals of value.

The ending was great mainly in its audacity and how it flips expectations in the audience. We think "the game" is over; but it isn't. Do they both rise to the challenge? As I noted a moment ago, the beautiful part is that someone all of this stupid shit they did to each other gets lost because they start creating actual music and maybe achieve what they hoped to achieve at long last -- you can see it change from hatred and competition of each other to something more pure and real until they are working together in synergy. Their pettiness shifts to an unbridled joy, all their ugliness is forgotten, they've transcended it.

If I had any gripe about Whiplash, it's more about premise. Did Charlie Parker really almost get his head knocked off by a cymbal? (I read the anecdote was hyperbolized.) And is abusing your students actually the best way to make them better musicians? Is having them fearful of making mistakes actually going to perfect them, or is it going to discourage them? The premise thus is debatable and potentially deceitful.

there was actually a decent amount of Jazz in "La La Land," but it's more when there's jazz performances going on in the clubs (such as the ending), not the bulk of the movie's music which is more the winsome or happy stuff harkening back to old song and dance movies or the stuff that John Legend was doing. It was also undermined by the fact that Gosling and Stone are not great singers (Gosling's pretty bad, Stone is okay when the instrumentation isn't covering up the nice parts of her voice); they are far better actors; still, I read Gosling did all his own piano work just as Teller did his own drumming in Whiplash, and he did much better on the keys than his singing.

Some of the story and movie didn't feel as strong, and there was a weird imbalance in the relationship that is so typical in gendered culture -- Sebastian never really came to see her at all, while Mia saw many of Seb's performances, he seemed to compartmentalize his life far more (he's with Mia or he's with his music, while for Mia, she's with Seb AND his music and wanting him to be part of her art).

Still, there are some good moments, and you start to realize the movie has some similarities to Whiplash -- it's about the cost of dreams. You might have these glossy brightly colored dreams, but the reality of getting there is about a lot of slog and discouragement and then what you are willing to sacrifice along the way. This is why the ending left me in tears (something Moonlight didn't do, although I think Moonlight is a more consistent movie)... you get a glimpse of the Might-Have-Been's of life, the hopes and flashy colorful fantasies we all indulge ourselves with... and then are left comparing them to the reality of achieving our dreams. What does success even look like? It doesn't compare with our fantasy success. It's kind of a wake-up call.
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