Last film you saw...

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  • LoveyChar
    LoveyChar Posts: 3,974 Member
    The Merry Gentleman, what a great movie! I don't typically like romance movies. I'd classify this as romance/suspense and romance only because there seemed to be chemistry there, not any actual acts. I love anything Michael Keaton works in and the story was really interesting. The ending left me with questions, but I am certain that was the intention.
  • ReenieHJ
    ReenieHJ Posts: 9,722 Member
    I watched the trailers to Eastern Promises and Falling Down, cannot decide which one first but wow, they both look great! Eastern Promises looks pretty graphic, might be closing my eyes and going eww a lot. Lol
  • FeelinFooFoo
    FeelinFooFoo Posts: 4,738 Member
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    I watched the trailers to Eastern Promises and Falling Down, cannot decide which one first but wow, they both look great! Eastern Promises looks pretty graphic, might be closing my eyes and going eww a lot. Lol

    I watched eastern promises last night. 🙊

    There are a few scenes that you can FEEL the violence. It's pretty graphic in some parts but it was a great movie. And yeah like just_tomek said, the shower scene OW!

    I think I felt like I could feel the violence cos of my sub woofer speaker and surround sound set up 😆
  • NewLIFEstyle4ME
    NewLIFEstyle4ME Posts: 4,441 Member
  • 777Gemma888
    777Gemma888 Posts: 9,578 Member
    Extraction A quarantine treat to be sure.
  • cowsfan12
    cowsfan12 Posts: 4,941 Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    The Nightingale.

    Very very powerful movie. There are scenes that will make you cringe and look away, but it all has a purpose.

    Which one? I found 4 with the same name? Do you recommend it?

    Highly!!!!! It will make you cringe and tell out. It's not what you would expect.

    It's the 2018 film.

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    The trailer looks absolutely frightening. I'll watch it, but it's one of those films I'll need to psych myself up for first. Sadder still, it no doubt happened... humanity at its worst.

    Looks like a well made film though. I'll let you know when I watch it.

    I'm kicking myself I haven't actually seen this yet.



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    Based AF

    Great movie
  • cowsfan12
    cowsfan12 Posts: 4,941 Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    One Hour Photo with Robin Williams.
    Need another recommendation for the weekend. :) I'll have to keep reading the replies and see what hits me.

    What are you looking for? Genre?

    I've been watching thrillers lately; not sure why because they're not usually what I'd pick first. :) I've got Polaroid on my watchlist so maybe that's my next pick. Dh wants to watch Bad Education with Hugh Jackman tonight. Any thoughts on that movie?
    I like Romantic Comedies, as a general rule, but they're probably not high on your list of faves. :)

    I'm not a tv person, it's hard for me to sit through something if it doesn't grab me. Before I found I See You with Helen Hunt, I must've watched about 5 trailers, one of them being The Rainmaker with Matt Damon; I like Matt Damon a lot but OTOH cannot stomach Danny DeVito. Lol :neutral:

    Have fun :)

    Eastern Promises (one of my favs)
    Sicario (first one)
    Wind River (on Netflix)
    The Reader
    The Constant Gardener
    Shutter Island
    C.R.A.Z.Y
    Infinitely Polar Bear
    Reservation Road
    Lars and the Real Girl
    The Ides of March

    Also, he is not the only one.

    Eastern Promises is nails

    so is: A History of Violence

    agreed History of violence- is great as well
  • FeelinFooFoo
    FeelinFooFoo Posts: 4,738 Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    One Hour Photo with Robin Williams.
    Need another recommendation for the weekend. :) I'll have to keep reading the replies and see what hits me.

    What are you looking for? Genre?

    I've been watching thrillers lately; not sure why because they're not usually what I'd pick first. :) I've got Polaroid on my watchlist so maybe that's my next pick. Dh wants to watch Bad Education with Hugh Jackman tonight. Any thoughts on that movie?
    I like Romantic Comedies, as a general rule, but they're probably not high on your list of faves. :)

    I'm not a tv person, it's hard for me to sit through something if it doesn't grab me. Before I found I See You with Helen Hunt, I must've watched about 5 trailers, one of them being The Rainmaker with Matt Damon; I like Matt Damon a lot but OTOH cannot stomach Danny DeVito. Lol :neutral:

    Have fun :)

    Eastern Promises (one of my favs)
    Sicario (first one)
    Wind River (on Netflix)
    The Reader
    The Constant Gardener
    Shutter Island
    C.R.A.Z.Y
    Infinitely Polar Bear
    Reservation Road
    Lars and the Real Girl
    The Ides of March

    Also, he is not the only one.

    Just watched the constant gardener. Can't believe I'v never watched it before. Such a good film. I was holding back the tears though at some parts.
  • honeybee__12
    honeybee__12 Posts: 15,688 Member
    I needed that, it never fails me. :)

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  • mommabear4315
    mommabear4315 Posts: 3,424 Member
    Sicario
  • mbaker566
    mbaker566 Posts: 11,234 Member
    watched part of beneath the leaves. couldn't finish it.
    carriers was good
    extraction was good
    don't be afraid of the dark was decent.
  • mbaker566
    mbaker566 Posts: 11,234 Member
    not a movie but i really liked 7 seconds.
  • cowsfan12
    cowsfan12 Posts: 4,941 Member
    I needed that, it never fails me. :)

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    The dude abides
  • MaltedTea
    MaltedTea Posts: 6,287 Member
    The Seventh Seal (1957)

    This movie has been on my Google Play wishlist for months as I'd seen it referenced as a "must see movie" Well, whadoyaknow? It's about a pandemic and the philosophy of death all directed by a guy who, in real life, apparently had issues with his ultra-religious father.

    Black and white. Subtitles. Allegory. All the stuff that tends to pique my interest.

    Is it 100% relevant to the current global pandemic? No, but it's a good (virtual) watch party option.
  • GoJohnGo71
    GoJohnGo71 Posts: 439 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    The Seventh Seal (1957)

    This movie has been on my Google Play wishlist for months as I'd seen it referenced as a "must see movie" Well, whadoyaknow? It's about a pandemic and the philosophy of death all directed by a guy who, in real life, apparently had issues with his ultra-religious father.

    Black and white. Subtitles. Allegory. All the stuff that tends to pique my interest.

    Is it 100% relevant to the current global pandemic? No, but it's a good (virtual) watch party option.

    That movie was from director, Ingmar Bergman. Great movie.

    Find 'Winter Light' by him. It's also very thought provoking.
  • FeelinFooFoo
    FeelinFooFoo Posts: 4,738 Member
    Not a film but I would recommend watching Three Identical Strangers on Netflix. Very interesting watch.
  • briscogun
    briscogun Posts: 1,096 Member
    Extraction A quarantine treat to be sure.

    Just saw this myself. Very pleasantly surprised! Good action flick!
  • 777Gemma888
    777Gemma888 Posts: 9,578 Member
    briscogun wrote: »
    Extraction A quarantine treat to be sure.

    Just saw this myself. Very pleasantly surprised! Good action flick!

    Didn't expect it to be John Wick paced at all. A part 2 is in the works I hear.
  • mbaker566
    mbaker566 Posts: 11,234 Member
    all day all night-i liked it
    lodgers-boring. i like a good atmospheric gothic movie. but this one-nope
    wildling-it was good. it had lots of potential. but the ending just meh