General Discussion: Last film you saw?


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TCB
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4979 posts since 5/7/11

26 Jan 2022 10:10
jplxx wrote: Mullholland drive is great.s Lost highway is so good. Wild at heart is his greatest I would say. https://youtu.be/Xf3OgWVkzlI

Dafoe going full Dafoe Cool

TCB
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4979 posts since 5/7/11

27 Jan 2022 08:09
Nightmare Alley. Guillermo del Toro's best work in years imo
jplxx
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2192 posts since 3/11/09

27 Jan 2022 08:34
Aye I went to the cinema yesterday to see it. Loved the ending. Brutal.
kid unknown
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5514 posts since 8/12/01

27 Jan 2022 09:10
Licorice Pizza - I really enjoyed this but noticed the first person to comment on it in this thread said it was rubbish.

The Big Short - great film primarily about the collapse of US sub prime mortgages.
Alfi
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236 posts since 12/10/09

27 Jan 2022 16:02
Licorice Pizza was shit for me, actively hated it. Shoulda walked out
menace
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1131 posts since 3/5/12

27 Jan 2022 17:38
TCB wrote: 20th-anniversary screening of Mulholland Drive last night. Great to see it on the big screen. That film gets better with every viewing.

was this in London ? would love to go if it is and is happening all week or something
TCB
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4979 posts since 5/7/11

27 Jan 2022 18:11
Yes mate, Genesis. Think it was a one-off though. Most packed I've seen the cinema since the pandemic started.
menace
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1131 posts since 3/5/12

27 Jan 2022 23:09
gutted. hopefully somewhere will do it again. need to keep my eyes peeled
Dreep
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1823 posts since 29/7/08

5 Feb 2022 12:20
TCB wrote: Nightmare Alley. Guillermo del Toro's best work in years imo
Was gonna write more about this but yeah, best work in years by far, such a satisfying ending.

Immanence - Sci-Fi horror apparently, and I'll watch anything in that genre, but it felt like a Christian bible movie and was rather shite because of that.

Long Night - Shite.

Last Survivors - Shite.

House of Gucci - Enjoyed it, great performances all round.
Burt
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6275 posts since 3/1/10

6 Feb 2022 10:23
'The Power of the Dog' on Netflix is worth a watch - really enjoyed the pace.
jplxx
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2192 posts since 3/11/09

6 Feb 2022 10:46
The souvenir part II. Loved it. Parallel mothers too. Two great films to go see at the cinema this month.
andymakesglasses
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20693 posts since 26/1/06

7 Feb 2022 09:36
Is The Souvenir (part 1) worth persevering with? Watched about an hour of it the other day and was bored out of my mind.
TCB
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4979 posts since 5/7/11

7 Feb 2022 09:59
It's not for everyone but I liked it. Very much looking forward to pt II
snaye
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11066 posts since 24/10/02

7 Feb 2022 14:59
Nightmare Alley (no Swedes maws arsehole) has leaked (no Swedes maws arsehole).
MoB
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37338 posts since 31/8/04

7 Feb 2022 15:01
Nightmare alley - liked it and the end in particular but still felt like it was missing something, pacing in certain parts was weird

Gucci - shockingly bad

Power of the dog - really good

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2127 posts since 1/4/13

posted 7 Feb 2022 15:06, edited 7 Feb 2022 15:06
I found Licorice Pizza to be really likeable, good acting and chemistry between the actors. There isnt really much of a plot or story but I found it enjoyable.
gawkrodger
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7686 posts since 4/11/08

8 Feb 2022 00:35
great Kermode review

https://youtu.be/ulW3gmbEjJs
TCB
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4979 posts since 5/7/11

9 Feb 2022 10:52
MoB wrote: Gucci - shockingly bad

Guilty pleasure Oops I even enjoyed Jared Leto's 'performance' but mainly because it's a car crash.
TCB
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4979 posts since 5/7/11

9 Feb 2022 10:55
gawkrodger wrote: great Kermode review

https://youtu.be/ulW3gmbEjJs

Do love Kermode. He should be the Guardian's chief film critic, not Bradshaw imo.
LFC
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5945 posts since 14/6/11

9 Feb 2022 11:16
Unhinged - felt a real connection with Russel Crowe in this one. If I’d lost everything, well.