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The Official What was the last movie you saw??

Discussion in 'TV, Music and Movies' started by vmarcilfan75, Apr 11, 2008.

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  1. Destroyer

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    I do and it's on my list along with a few others like Angel Heart, The Limey, The Long Goodbye, Twilight(not the vampire one), Night Moves and a few more.
     
  2. Destroyer

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    Looper was good. I really like Joseph Gordon Levitt. I also recommend the Lookout, 50-50, Brick and 500 Days of Summer.
     
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    Now you're talking... those are all movies I enjoyed. Add in Leon The Professional, The American, The Outsider, The Jackal (both), Man on Fire (both), Momento, Once upon a time in the West, Get Carter (both), Payback (both), Snatch and Layer Cake.

    If you like dark series check out True Detective, The Killing, The Fall, and Hinterland as well.

    Also, try to find the original Zatoichi series from the 60s. Fun stuff.
     
  4. Unlucky 13

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    Snatch is one of the greatest movies of all time.
     
  5. Destroyer

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    These are the only ones I haven't seen from those lists.
     
  6. invid

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    Also can we throw in Mindhunter for your dark series list?
     
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    Haven't seen it. Looked to me like a redo of the movie ManHunter to me, which was a precursor to Hannibal.
     
  8. Destroyer

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    Mindhunter the tv series is great. August 16th season 2 I can’t wait. There is also a movie called Mindhunters that is very good.

    Right now I’m watching thoroughbreds.
     
  9. Dol-Fan Dupree

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    I saw Toy Story 4. It is fine. I enjoyed it well enough. Had some great laugh out loud moments, as the kids like to abbreviate.

    However, it is a movie that is so weird when I think about it. What kind of God creates a slave race? Not only that but inanimate objects have a spirit, and when we make toys out of them they get consciousness?

    Also, how do you not think there are ghosts everywhere? Things happen all of the time. You know that feeling you get, that you are being watched and you feel kind of creeped out? In this universe, it isn't a low hum caused by some of our electronics that kind of play with our brain, you are being watched. By every toy.
     
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    I've never been that attached to the Toy Story movies. In part because I was already in college when the first one came out, and in part because I've always found them to be solid, but never spectacular. However, I was impressed by the 4th one because it keeps on chugging along the same way that the previous ones have.

    So many animated sequels the last few years have been such big disappointments for me, after the originals were awesome. And that wasn't always the case, as for a while the second movie in an animated series was often my favorite. But the Toy Story 4 writers were really smart to limit the involvement of many of the previous characters to one liners and short scenes for a laugh, and not try to just cram them all into the movie as much as possible with no real story based reason to do so.
     
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    I only watched the first Toy Story movie. I thought it was fine, however, since I was also in college it did not really grab me as to something I want to see a ton of sequels. I just happen to be dating a woman with kids and her kids wanted to see it.
     
  12. Unlucky 13

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    I hadn't seen the second one until I was with my wife - a huge Disney fan. And then even though we were together when the third one came out, I didn't see it until years later, watching it with my kids. I've now watched the second and third ones many times over, like many other family movies.
     
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    My eight year old daughter just sat and watched Into the Spiderverse, glued to the screen, and absolutely loved it. I'm doing pretty good with that one :up:
     
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    I have now watched it again on Netflix. Still love it
     

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