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What are you watching? a.k.a. Film Thread v 2.0

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2 hours ago, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

also watched Dead Pool again with Clint Eastwood. Cameos by GNR.

ok know i'm about to be hit with a lot of hate but that movie kinda made me think that Axl was a trifle stiff in his acting ability...the one that stood out to me was Slash...he was very natural and cool :)

watched Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters cos i had to get away from the Dolphins/Steelers debacle :facepalm:

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The Girl On The Train was a Gone Girl wannabe that wasn't anywhere near as good.

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20 hours ago, AxlsFavoriteRose said:

ok know i'm about to be hit with a lot of hate but that movie kinda made me think that Axl was a trifle stiff in his acting ability...the one that stood out to me was Slash...he was very natural and cool :)

watched Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters cos i had to get away from the Dolphins/Steelers debacle :facepalm:

I'm pretty sure slash was drunk. lol

Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters was an awesome movie. Heard they are making a sequel.

13 hours ago, GN'F'NR'S! said:

Daddy's Home (2016)

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So funny.  Will Ferrell's boss was so damn funny. The shit he came out with. Mark was actually good making fun of his image. Good movie,but the wife annoyed me.

15 hours ago, Black Sabbath said:

The Girl On The Train was a Gone Girl wannabe that wasn't anywhere near as good.

I liked Gone Girl, but I do want to see The Girl on the Train. I'll wait until it's on a cable channel.

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2 hours ago, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

 

So funny.  Will Ferrell's boss was so damn funny. The shit he came out with. Mark was actually good making fun of his image. Good movie,but the wife annoyed me.

Very funny indeed, I love the ending with the other "real dad". I hope they make a sequel with him cause I think it would be pretty funny as well. 

 

Watching this now...

The Maze Runner (2014)

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A Knight's Tale (2001)

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23 hours ago, GN'F'NR'S! said:

Very funny indeed, I love the ending with the other "real dad". I hope they make a sequel with him cause I think it would be pretty funny as well. 

 

Watching this now...

The Maze Runner (2014)

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Yeah, John Cena! lol Now Mark would be the dad getting all the shit!

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On 2017-01-07 at 5:30 PM, DieselDaisy said:

I also spotted Le Chiffre in Star Wars. I thought, what is that bugger doing there?

It was an excellent prequel to Casino Royale - now we know who he was financing.

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Black Mass for the 8th time. It gets better each time I watch it. Depp is genius in this one. 

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The Cable Guy, Sausage Party, Army Of One

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On 1/9/2017 at 9:55 AM, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

I'm pretty sure slash was drunk. lol

Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters was an awesome movie. Heard they are making a sequel.

hahaha @Slash was drunk. probably. seen him in a few things though and he always was cool ;) 

watched Office Space for the umpteenth time...still funny as heck :lol:

 

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Batman v Superman

Not as bad as I heard it was. It was alright. First half was a little slow and I didn't care for Lex. Affleck did much better than I thought he would. Loved Wonder Woman I'll be watching her solo movie when it comes out.

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The Magnificent Seven. and i thought it was  real good although full disclosure, i have not seen the original. Chris Pratt is great as an alcoholic and incredibly ballsy gunslinger Josh Faraday IMO and hot as hot can be *swoon*

i was kinda scared to go to IMBD cos that site is notorious for trashing movies but they gave it 7 out of 10 stars which is pretty good for them.

so glad Chris Pratt made the jump from TV show to movies. i mean i LOVE him in Parks and Rec but he is too good for just that ;)

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Sorry, Wrong Number - 1948 - Burt Lancaster Barbara Stanwyck

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All About Eve...Bette Davis, Anne Baxter and a very short appearance by Marilyn Monroe

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4 minutes ago, AxlsFavoriteRose said:

All About Eve...Bette Davis, Anne Baxter and a very short appearance by Marilyn Monroe

One of the greatest films of all time.  Anne Baxter is BAAANGIN' in that!

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1 minute ago, Len Cnut said:

One of the greatest films of all time.  Anne Baxter is BAAANGIN' in that!

lol she is one of the main reasons i watch the Ten Commandments every year...oh Moses, Moses! hottttttttie :lol:

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11 minutes ago, AxlsFavoriteRose said:

lol she is one of the main reasons i watch the Ten Commandments every year...oh Moses, Moses! hottttttttie :lol:

I gotta say she does leave me feeling kinda uh...religious after watching that film :lol:  And she does say 'oh Moses, Moses!' Like 5 times in that film.  If that was me I woulda kept my mouth shut and married Nefertitty :lol:

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1 minute ago, Len Cnut said:

I gotta say she does leave me feeling kinda uh...religious after watching that film :lol:  And she does say 'oh Moses, Moses!' Like 5 times in that film.  If that was me I woulda kept my mouth shut and married Nefertitty :lol:

oh God yes! :lol:

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La La Land was great. Not as heavily a musical as I thought it was going to be; I would have been fine with it either way, but it really was great.

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5 hours ago, Black Sabbath said:

La La Land was great. Not as heavily a musical as I thought it was going to be; I would have been fine with it either way, but it really was great.

so cannot wait to see this! and happy you liked it!

watching 8 Mile :)

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

I never saw the movie and wanted to watch this version first before I checked the show out on Netflix.

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Gimme Danger, Stooges documentary, directed by Jim Jarmusch.  I LOVED it.  OK it wasn't the best documentary ever made but i just can't look at it objectively cuz it's about one of my favourite bands ever and one that is heavily mythologized yet never really given the proper documentary treatment.  Its weird, they're not really a documentary band, if that makes sense.  The only one of them you're gonna get any kind of searching response from is Ig' himself.  There was something magnificent about it still.  Ron comes across as a really gentle soul which is not how I imagined them, Scotty Asheton was just cool as a fuckin' cucumber and Ig' was...well, Ig' is Ig'.  Not exactly a wealth of footage out there and nothing in it that, as a Stooges fan I could say was really really new that i had no idea of.  But still, brilliant.  I'll probably watch it a million more times.  It's nice to see the early Psychedelic Stooges era get some kind of celluloid posterity.  It's kinda well balanced, non-critical which apparently has irked a great many critics but y'know what, The Stooges have had their degree of criticism, more than their fuckin' fair share...in fact they had nothing but criticism until recent years so, y'know, if you want such critiques they're out there to be found, it's time The Stooges were celebrated a little and this is a celebration.  I'm not of the belief that a celebratory documentary is somehow necessarily insubstantial.  

The next band that deserves a the big documentary treatment is The Kinks and I hope it gets done while some members are still alive and kicking and i hope its long and extensive and gets done well, they appear to me to be a band that is being, in some respects, written out of history and that would be an awful injustice.

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