Last film you saw...

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  • fstrickl
    fstrickl Posts: 883 Member
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    I saw Emma over the weekend. It was much better than I anticipated.

    The Anna Taylor Joy one? Sooo good! I love me a good period piece. The wit is cutting and everything so charming.
  • fstrickl
    fstrickl Posts: 883 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    The Invisible Man (2020)
    This was finally made available to rent as a stream about 2-3 weeks ago. Worth the wait and a fun ending. In what I've seen thus far, Elisabeth Moss tends to play the same characters: victim revenge stories. I'm not mad at it.

    Us (2019)
    This is very layered. Not horror, imho, but definitely a thinking person's thriller. I'm going to need to rewatch a few times as there are several social messages in there. Umm, Lupita Nyong'o is just one great actor. I like her range and the role choices she's made (although I've not seen her entire filmography). Elisabeth Moss was in this one too. And, yes, it was also a victim revenge type story (on one level).

    Next up: Trying to find the time to watch the Ip Man franchise/universe...

    Invisible Man is on my to watch list!

    I saw Us last year and wouldn’t mind seeing it again. I agree with you it’s not really a horror film in the traditional sense. Maybe just horror in what it shows humans are capable of? But yes hands down Lupita Nyong’o is amazing! She was incredible in that film. It was quite a brilliant film. I think people missed the mark with it thinking it was a horror film.
  • J_NY_Z
    J_NY_Z Posts: 2,496 Member
    fstrickl wrote: »
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    I saw Emma over the weekend. It was much better than I anticipated.

    The Anna Taylor Joy one? Sooo good! I love me a good period piece. The wit is cutting and everything so charming.

    Anne Taylor from this year, it was great. I thought all the characters were portrayed very well and it was funny and witty.
  • fstrickl
    fstrickl Posts: 883 Member
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    fstrickl wrote: »
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    I saw Emma over the weekend. It was much better than I anticipated.

    The Anna Taylor Joy one? Sooo good! I love me a good period piece. The wit is cutting and everything so charming.

    Anne Taylor from this year, it was great. I thought all the characters were portrayed very well and it was funny and witty.

    Indeed! It was great. And art for the movie (like the poster and promo stuff) is done by an amazing illustrator Carson Ellis (who happens to be the wife of the lead singer from the Decemberists). So much my hipster heart loves about that film.
  • Dancer0515
    Dancer0515 Posts: 69 Member
    My last film was call Ophiela!! Im onsessed with period dramas.. let alone Shakespeare!
  • rojo3826
    rojo3826 Posts: 6 Member
    We started a Marvel marathon, so just finished Captain America Winter Soldier.
  • balkanone
    balkanone Posts: 7 Member
    The Hateful Eight
  • karlschaeffer
    karlschaeffer Posts: 1,429 Member
    rojo3826 wrote: »
    We started a Marvel marathon, so just finished Captain America Winter Soldier.

    We’re binging “Agents if SHIELD”. I want to rewatch Avengers to get grounded in the back story.
  • karlschaeffer
    karlschaeffer Posts: 1,429 Member
    The Old Guard. Charlize Teron (sp?). Started slow, I was hooked. Way better than I expected. They did a great setup for a 2nd movie in the epilogue.
  • honeybee__12
    honeybee__12 Posts: 15,688 Member
    Again,

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  • _canadianbakin_
    _canadianbakin_ Posts: 413 Member
    If we are talking at the theatre, Sonic. And it was a terrible movie.
    At home the last movie I watched was Zombieland 2
  • KingMeatSweats
    KingMeatSweats Posts: 54 Member
    Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince
  • karlschaeffer
    karlschaeffer Posts: 1,429 Member
    Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince

    We rewatched all the Harry Potter movies over the last couple weeks. Very enjoyable.
  • GoJohnGo71
    GoJohnGo71 Posts: 439 Member
    October Sky. An oldie, but a goodie.
  • happimess01
    happimess01 Posts: 9,033 Member
    GoJohnGo71 wrote: »
    October Sky. An oldie, but a goodie.

    Oh, how I love that movie! It's based on a book and I have been wanting to read that for a while.
  • GymGoddessGoals
    GymGoddessGoals Posts: 2,146 Member
    The Old Guard
  • LoveyChar
    LoveyChar Posts: 4,000 Member
    How Do You Know, with Reese Witherspoon. Just kept thinking, c'mon pick a guy and let's move on. Basically it was two hours of nothing, just hoping it would get better while wishing it would end, and incredibly boring.
  • Bex953172
    Bex953172 Posts: 3,861 Member
    The Wrong Missy

    On Netflix, comedy with David Spade? Think thats his name lol
  • BAYAN95bonbona
    BAYAN95bonbona Posts: 3 Member
    GI-Joe
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,160 Member
    Hamifilm (ton)