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How the actual fuck did Vox Lux get made?

Dug the film, my favourites of 2018 are still Suspiria and The Favourite.

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 Das weiße Band, Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte, aka, The White Ribbon (2009). 

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Shot Caller.

I liked it a fair bit. May be worth adding to my collection.

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Backlash (1956) - Richard Widmark, Donna Reed

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9 hours ago, Oldest Goat said:

300

4.8/5

Ughh, I hate that film.

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Was in the mood for watching movies in the early hours of the night. Decided to watch The First Purge on Sky.

Was bored to tears. Never seen the other Purge films, but I thought it was supposed to be a horror. It was just a boring un interesting action film, that felt like it went on forever despite only being 90 ISH minutes long. 

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Wildings

12 hours ago, AtariLegend said:

Was in the mood for watching movies in the early hours of the night. Decided to watch The First Purge on Sky.

Was bored to tears. Never seen the other Purge films, but I thought it was supposed to be a horror. It was just a boring un interesting action film, that felt like it went on forever despite only being 90 ISH minutes long. 

I think this movie is on HBO next Saturday. I liked all the other Purge movies. Loved the series too.

I always dvr my movies these days, so if they suck or are boring I speed them up. lol

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21 hours ago, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

Wildings

I think this movie is on HBO next Saturday. I liked all the other Purge movies. Loved the series too.

I always dvr my movies these days, so if they suck or are boring I speed them up. lol

Would you purge or just hide?

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On 25/02/2019 at 7:29 AM, Angelica said:

Vox Lux - holy shit, I actually loved something! Ties with Cold War and The Favorite as my best of 2018. 

I must have watched a different movie. Turned it off halfway through when Natalie Portman started screaming at the guy in the diner. I must be missing the point of it all because I thought it was awful. :lol: 

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3 minutes ago, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

I don't think I could kill anyone I didn't know, so probably hide. lol

And kill the people you 'do' know, eh? You're one stone cold motherfucker.

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Night & The City (1950) - Richard Widmark, Gene Tierney

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28 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Night & The City (1950) - Richard Widmark, Gene Tierney

I saw the remake with De Niro, I liked it more than I thought I would. 

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2 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

I saw the remake with De Niro, I liked it more than I thought I would. 

I fear remakes like the snotty little self important film nerd that I am :lol:

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1 minute ago, Len Cnut said:

I fear remakes like the snotty little self important film nerd that I am :lol:

Lol, well, it's all about expectations.   Mine were pretty low before watching this one.

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4 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

Lol, well, it's all about expectations.   Mine were pretty low before watching this one.

Also, De Niro, De Niros always a good reason.

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35 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Also, De Niro, De Niros always a good reason.

True, but Jessica Lange, Alan King, and Jack Warden were solid also.  Plus the NYC cityscape is great.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

Hadn't seen it since shortly after the home release. Still enjoyable, but not my favorite Anderson film.

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Hell Boats (1970)

World War 2 naval cheapo. It is one of those British war films where they stick a Yank in the lead role, in the Royal Navy infact (''British mother'' is the explanation) to offload onto the American market. I liked this film though despite its budgeting issues: good old fashioned rollicking boy's adventure. 

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Happy Death Day 2 U

The sequel works but doesn’t have the same charm as the first. Recommend if you’ve seen and enjoyed the first though.

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Spellbound (1945) - Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman

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Spasms (1983)  This movie defies explanation really.  Unintentionally hilarious.  How Oliver Reed and Peter Fonda got involved with this mess is beyond me. 

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