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Old 19th-June-2017, 03:35 AM   #1601
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I saw Coherence some time ago. I quite enjoyed it to. Done very simply, but quite effectively for what it was. Like you said, even though there is little reason why there should even be an "us and them", it takes you into their journey of paranoia quite well.
Yeah, about the us and them...

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They are all diverging from a point only minutes/hours at most in the past, so they are all still almost the exact same people except for what ever small permutations occurred in the last moment. although that's not entirely true, as I think one of the laurie's did yoga in the past and another did not, etc. But still... very much the same person.

But they are treated almost as pure enemies here. Is it Mike who says he wants to go kill his double so as to not be in danger, because "I guarantee that's what he's planning to do to me, if I thought of doing it to him!" Like... wow. Says a lot about some of the characters.

And Em basically screws over herself to steal her happier version of her boyfriend Kevin. Just unbelievable.

But it's mind-boggling they so quickly are terrified that the people with them are not the "original thems" who started with them. I mean, the first two guys that leave -- we see about six iterations of them throughout the movie, although we don't really grasp that is happening until later in the film. It's something you realize afterwards... that every time someone goes through the dark zone, it's almost impossible for the same people to come back, they'll be shunted to a different dimension.


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I saw this last night. Scrolling through Amazon Prime trying to decide on a horror film for my son and I to have for our Friday movie night. We thought it looked nicely creepy. A creepy and possibly possessed porcelain doll is always a good start. I liked the way it took you into the mind of Greta and her journey through the plot. At first, the premise is so silly you couldn't possibly take it seriously, and neither does she. Then it continues and you gradually become convinced as she does, and it leads to an exceedingly disturbing conclusion. Although not completely original, it does do it well for what it is. Creepiness is very high, unfortunately the jump scares are a little weak. I'm going to put my other criticism in a spoiler only for those who've seen it:
I gave that movie two stars (out of five).

I just couldn't really appreciate it much. It did have some edgy moments, but the ending just threw me off... reminds me of something else I saw... I guess it was The Pact. I remember liking that movie a bit better, though.

It was all too bad, I like Laurie Cohan.
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Anyone seen Get Out? Amazing film. I give it 4/4. If you haven't seen it, don't ruin it by watching the trailer.

[Goddamn I hate movie trailers these days. I want something to make me want to watch a movie, not feel like I've already seen it ]
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Old 19th-June-2017, 01:00 PM   #1603
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Anyone seen Get Out? Amazing film. I give it 4/4. If you haven't seen it, don't ruin it by watching the trailer.

[Goddamn I hate movie trailers these days. I want something to make me want to watch a movie, not feel like I've already seen it ]
Yeah, I've seen worse trailer reveals, but that trailer is good to avoid if you want to enjoy the movie more.
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Morgan. Boring movie. I wanted everyone to die, except the assasin lady. The scientists/researchers were all annoying. The twist was nice, but it didn't last very long.

I don't recommend it. It played like a half-baked version of ex machina.
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The direct last film I saw was one I liked as a kid its 2004 "mirror mask", having re watched it the acting is stale and the only interesting thing about it is the peculiar creatures in it which they explain as being the fancies of teenage drawings. Besides that I saw " the nice guys" 2011 which was great for what it was, though I would have liked to seem more over the top humor and possiblly more gore but I digress. "Stick it" 2005, also a film I enjoyed as a kid but now all the tropes were weighing on me but alas it captured some of my now spent boyhood innocence and longing to be loved and accepted in a more emotionally "loud" way by my intj father... which now I relize he did in his own way. Again I digress, the last and probably my favorite out of the batch I have listed was "Logan" 2017. Not a perfect movie by far but for something so popular, which typically my tastes stray far from popular opinion I loved this film. The kid in it almost went into hacky kid actor mode (think star wars: phantom menace) but thankfully because of the few speaking parts and less is more approach by "James Mangold" never went full retard per say, "never go full retard", to ironically quote a moronic film that a person who had an actual mental disorder could have wrote... oh and "Looper" which was meh. I also got " V for Vendetta" based on things my entp friend said years ago and recommendations from post crawling/creeping somewhere in this forum...
To sum up though watch Logan, its swearing, violent, yet quit atmosphere mixed with what "kick ass" tried to pull of, which is a strong yet brutal little girl who could be equal parts killer and soft-y without all the odd lolita complex type bullcrap that comes tacked on as quite and creepy fan service without ever giving the girl a chance to have emotions or be a kid in that movie, is seemingly appreciated in a comic book movie about a man haunted by his past.
Ps in hindsight I don't even know if you were asking for recommendations should have read title post before posting oh well either way I liked it....
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All about the money
War Machine with that arm pit guy
Wilson I giggled a few times
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Oh and I forgot to mention Stalker. Its so Soviet you end up drinking vodka and playing balaika while singing russian folk songs.
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Morgan. Boring movie. I wanted everyone to die, except the assasin lady. The scientists/researchers were all annoying. The twist was nice, but it didn't last very long.

I don't recommend it. It played like a half-baked version of ex machina.
Yup, that's pretty much it.

Anna Taylor-Joy is really a great actress, though, and so young -- she's probably the best thing in that movie, it's too bad the rest of it sucked although the twist gives it a momentary burst. I recommend The Witch, with her... and Split was okay; I'm excited to see if she gets a movie worth her chops with the upcoming "New Mutants" release, where she has been cast as Magik.

I'm ready to see Kate Mara disappear [haha, see what I did there since she played Sue Storm? bwa ha ha]. Her sister Rooney has more talent anyway.
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^ She did a good job in the role, definitely better than everyone else. I just found her too off-putting how she kills people and then talks so nonchalant and innocent about it. So I didn't like her character very much and really wanted her to die towards the end.

Kate Mara always seems to play herself and I think I'll forever see her as Zoe Barns, which is kind of weird. I didn't even know she was in fantastic 4; I guess I completely missed that movie. I guess it was so bad, it passed under my radar, hah.

I kind of want to see Baby Driver. Kind of disappointed with the summer movies. I think I'm sick of superhero type movies like Wonderwoman and Star Wars esque movies like Guardian of the Galaxy. So the only movie I saw was Aliens and it was kind of dumb as everyone has already talked about.
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I kind of want to see Baby Driver. Kind of disappointed with the summer movies. I think I'm sick of superhero type movies like Wonderwoman and Star Wars esque movies like Guardian of the Galaxy. So the only movie I saw was Aliens and it was kind of dumb as everyone has already talked about.
When I saw the trailer for Baby Driver (without knowing anything about the movie) a month or six weeks back, I was like WTF is this movie, this looks bizarre and I can't imagine it will be good. I'm not even that impressed with the lead, who I had seen in The Fault in Our Stars where he was okay but not that spectacular (compared to Shailene Woodley).

My son said he wanted to see Baby Driver, so I kept an eye on the reviews. And then incredibly it got almost 100% on RT. Wow, lol. So now I'll watch it.

I'll get tickets for Spiderman this weekend, and I am interested in maybe seeing Atomic Blonde depending on the reception.

Pretty much I'm waiting for Dark Tower and IT, in Aug/Sept.

It's too bad you skipped GotG2 and Wonder Woman. Yes, they are superhero movies, and there's too many of them out there nowadays.... but they are both better than norm, in general. It would have been better to skip every other DC movie in the last two years as well as any Amazing Spidermans or FF movies, and just see those two.
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When I saw the trailer for Baby Driver (without knowing anything about the movie) a month or six weeks back, I was like WTF is this movie, this looks bizarre and I can't imagine it will be good. I'm not even that impressed with the lead, who I had seen in The Fault in Our Stars where he was okay but not that spectacular (compared to Shailene Woodley).

My son said he wanted to see Baby Driver, so I kept an eye on the reviews. And then incredibly it got almost 100% on RT. Wow, lol. So now I'll watch it.
yeah, it got good reviews and looks a bit different than anything I've seen. Plus, I like Kevin Spacey.

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Pretty much I'm waiting for Dark Tower and IT, in Aug/Sept.
Ohh, Atomic Blonde. Didn't even know about that. Is Dark Tower supposed to be good? Never read the Stephen King books.

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Dam it, I always seem to skip the wrong movies. I'm just so sick of Spiderman movies, especially when they seem more and more aimed at kids...maybe I'll wait and see what the reviews say.
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I'm watching Lost, finished with first season, wow, i can't handle so much dramma
i bet they could have cut down the whole thing to 3 seasons if they weren't explaining everyfucking detail of everyone past
the thrill in the island is cool tho
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i bet they could have cut down the whole thing to 3 seasons if they weren't explaining everyfucking detail of everyone past
uhhhh.... considering the backstory is the premise of the show and the Island is just a setting for them to explore it and figure out why they are there?

"Live together, die alone."

But they could have cut down Seasons 4-6 immensely, tbh. The best seasons were the first three.
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Is Dark Tower supposed to be good? Never read the Stephen King books.
The books range from excellent to meh (in my opinion). My favorites were The Drawing of the Three, and Wizard and Glass, and there's some decent stuff in the last book with Mordred.

For the movie, I am gathering they are taking advantage of a particular plot event, so they don't need to have the movie parallel the books plot-wise. Which was smart, you can't really make a book series of 3000 pages or whatever it is into a two-hour movie. I had heard they then wanted to make a TV show that continues it, but I'm not sure where that is...

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Well, Tom Holland is the first spiderman that actually does feel like a teenager (which is the source material). So that's interesting. while it's been certified at 93% RT, based on what you said I can't tell whether you'd in particular like it.
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uhhhh.... considering the backstory is the premise of the show and the Island is just a setting for them to explore it and figure out why they are there?

"Live together, die alone."

But they could have cut down Seasons 4-6 immensely, tbh. The best seasons were the first three.
Yeah their personal background is cool, there are some chapters where it takes 90% of the episode tho. They might be in the middle of some awesome fight, about to discover an ancient civilization, a rain of polars bears falling from the sky and then just in that moment someone goes like: I did it because it was my son! Or: U feel guilty! Haha it's like cmon.
But first episodes of second season are more interesting. So I'm believing again. Like john lock said: I'm a man of faith. I did all u asked me! What else should I do?

Also watched 3 episodes from black mirror since someone here recommended it, first one was cool. The next two kind of boring so I quit it. Kind of predictable morality stuff. Is anyone watching it? Perhaps second season is better?
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The Other Side of the Door.

hahahahaha. Well, this movie had "Lifetime for Women" channel plastered all over it, despite being a wide release film; I wouldn't really call it a true horror film. Plus it stole elements from The Grudge, the Exorcist, Pet Sematary, and other horror flicks, without really earning them.

I got through it, but.... ehhh.. thank god it was only like 90 minutes. I laughed a number of times.

However, there was one powerful scene that as a mom was really hard to watch. If you see it, you'll know which. It was just so f*cked up. I wish the remainder of the movie had been better done.
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American Psycho.

Christian Bale was decent, but after you've seen the first 10-15 minutes, you can just forward to the last ten minutes to pretty much grasp the whole movie. Elements of it were darkly funny, but... not as entertaining as a fully engrossing movie.

Note: If you hate Jared Leto, then maybe it's worth watching the first half hour.
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Lost is getting much more interesting, i heard a lot of people disliked 5 season, i've just seen around 8 episodes of it so i cannot give definitive conclusions but for sure the 3, 4 and 5 seasons are the best. First season was boring as fuck, really slow and really dramatic, and some drama that didn't add anything to the show. But now, time shifts are a really interesting way of explaning a lot of details that you thought were so wtf at first, so it kind of makes breath the 1 season bullcrap. Don't get me wrong, not all drama is shitty, some of it is cool and touchy. And i think making the characters to leave the island to then comeback is soooo rule breaking, you are not supposed to keep developing an story after such event. And even tho they suddenly say: look, christian is jacob, father of claire as well, it just keeps you interested in how they are going to explain such thing. That's positive.
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Lost is getting much more interesting, i heard a lot of people disliked 5 season, i've just seen around 8 episodes of it so i cannot give definitive conclusions but for sure the 3, 4 and 5 seasons are the best. First season was boring as fuck, really slow and really dramatic, and some drama that didn't add anything to the show. But now, time shifts are a really interesting way of explaning a lot of details that you thought were so wtf at first, so it kind of makes breath the 1 season bullcrap. Don't get me wrong, not all drama is shitty, some of it is cool and touchy. And i think making the characters to leave the island to then comeback is soooo rule breaking, you are not supposed to keep developing an story after such event. And even tho they suddenly say: look, christian is jacob, father of claire as well, it just keeps you interested in how they are going to explain such thing. That's positive.
meh, I thought it was kind of a muddly mess but here's the thing:

When it aired, it confused a lot of people because we had to wait a week for each episode, then a year until the next season.

I actually blitz-watched the entire series maybe last fall (?), so I watched Seasons 4-6 in a pretty short time. It was better to watch in a blitz-format versus dragging it out on a weekly basis, it was better than I remembered despite not being my favorite seasons. I think it's just hard for folks to keep track of all the time threads.

I will say the last 15-20 minutes of Season 5 are just freaking nuts and one of my favorite moments in the series. Kind of devastating though.

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Memento. I usually don't like watching movies because most are disappointing in some way or another but I kinda liked this one.
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I came into a room where the movie 'Lion' was being watched. I didn't catch the very beginning, but it was one of the rare occasions that I actually sat through a whole movie.

Despite the fact that it looks like a huge Google advertisement, I am pretty sure its based on true events.

What drew me to it immediately, is that it showed a boy who was in india who was going through some really shitty circumstances. It captivated the sympathy I have for people right away.

I didn't cry watching it, but there were some parts in it that were quite emotional.

It made me see that maybe my life isn't/wasn't so bad all things considered. It was like, I saw what this kid went through and it just made me think of all the kids whose story didn't turn out so well - sex trade is a pretty big thing in the world and India is no exception. I guess I just have to say my heart goes out to those who get thrown through the wringer and come out dead.
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the ghost and the darkness 10/10

100th time i watch it, amazing, creepy as always, cool movie
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Dunkirk (in IMAX).

Probably Nolan's most confident film, he relies on a clean narrative unladen by expository text or much dialogue, it's all visual, dependent on the actors and the context and camera lens. And it works, although the plight of one of the protagonists feels almost Sisyphean in nature and frustrating to witness.

The film's audio track builds tension seemingly without end, it can be a long time to feel on the edge of one's seat if you know the overall ending to the ordeal. It's also not overwrought (as Spielberg might have done earlier in his career), it just tells the story and that's unsettling and tense enough.

Heroism is also depicted as the small details of life, not necessarily large blatant acts.

And hey, it logs in less than two hours easily.
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