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Discussion in 'Movies, TV & Music' started by Luster, May 4, 2011.
Do porno's count?
Umm... I have no idea. I don't think that's what this thread was made for, so if you're really dying to share your porn-viewing habits then you should probably create another topic for that. And remember to use spoiler tags and warnings for sexual content - that along with real life gore/extreme violence (and actual spoilers for books/films/games/whatever) are the things we should use spoiler tags and warnings for according to the forum rules. Though please don't go overboard and preferably don't mix porn with violence, no one wants to look at that...
I know you're probably kidding though.
Last movie I watched... Star Wars VII I'm not gonna post any spoilers of course, so let me just say: It rised way way way above my expectations, and it was an absolutely brilliant movie. It definitely lives up to its expectations IMO, even for being an actual Star Wars movie. Yes, it had a few strange moments that they could have skipped, but it had a lot of awesome moments, like humorous moments, that the previous movies lacked. Absolutely great movie, I can't wait 'till it comes out on DVD. A definite 10/10.
Very glad to hear it. I'm going to see it near the end of the month, when the tickets are actually affordable and the cinema will (hopefully) be less crowded.
I went to see Star Wars VII today and... well... I left my unprofessional mini-review of it here.
I saw a good post-apoc classic, Mad Max: Road Warrior with my parents. Great movie, even if it's a little cheesy at times
^yup. That is a good one, alright.
I watched the Hateful Eight by Quentin Tarantino. In short -and if you've watched his movies before- it's just another Quentin Tarantino movie. Not a lot of action, mostly talking. The majority of the movie takes place inside of a log cabin where a random bunch of strangers hold out as a winter storm passes by. Tension builds and stuff happens (oh snap). I kind of rate it at the pace of Inglorious Bastards (in terms of the relation of talking versus action), but spanned over the course of three hours. I thought it was a good movie.
My verdict: 7/10 Vodka Bottles
Also, I had gone with my friends to go watch the movie. Behind us was sat this guy who kept narrating, the majority of the movie, right before an event was about to happen. I would occasionally tune-in into his gibberish when his tone of voice fluctuated; but, it wasn't much of a burden to hear him speak (especially since I sat several seats away from where he was, so it was drowned out by the movie). Well, my friend's cousin -who sat directly in front of the narrating guy- had had enough. He turned around in his seat and told the guy, "shut the fuck up, dumb fuckin asshole! Gha! All I hear is your damn stupid voice, piece of shit!"
I turned in utter surprise to what was just said and imagined what was going to happen. The narrating guy stood up (he looked similar to one of these gangstas):
and said "What you say, hommie? I'll bust you up! What you say?" He stood next to my friend's cousin, who kept looking straight ahead to watch the movie. The gangsta stood there for about five minutes just moving his big fat head around and cussing. Eventually he sat down. I kept thinking for the remainder of the movie how awesome it was. The guy continued narrating just to try to get on our nerves.
Once the movie ended, the gangster stood next to our row. We watched the credits for a bit, but then I decided to stand up and see what this guy was gonna do. Everyone else stood and went down the aisle to leave. Going down the row, I approached the guy and stared. He began saying "Whut?! Whut?!" It was pretty stupid. I exchanged some words and told him that if he was planning to do something, he should stop hesitating and do it; or else turn around and get out my face.
He continued screaming. He tried to spit (at least I think he did), but all he managed to do is get his saliva to spew over the edge of his bottom lip and run down to his chin (much like an infant). I began laughing and turned away and went out of the theater. He followed my friends and I out into the theater's hallway and yelled profanity. I thought we lost him in the crowd once we excited the place, but he appeared from behind a trash can and walked toward us, waving his arms and yelling (it was quite weird, but funny).
He called me homie and said he wanted to fight. I stood there just watching him and he began to lick his lips and adjust his pants. He started removing his dumb wrist-watch and acted really weird as he prepared himself for confrontation; so I walked away again. He followed us out into the parking lot and said that, if we ever saw him again, we'd be sorry. Whatever
I really think that guy must have been mentally retarded.
What a waste of two hours that was.
Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead
Gory, and funny as hell
Recommend watching if you dont take zombie movies that seriously.
1991 Dollman :madgrin:
This is one of those movies that would be categorized as bizarre; but, for some strange reason, I really enjoyed it. I actually think that it was better than some of the blockbuster movies of today; however, Rotten Tomatoes gave it a review of 38%. Hmmm hwell:
Saw two films recently - both brilliant - one at home (La Haine) and the other at the cinema (Neon Demon).
Pusher (1996) - could be my favourite film by this director.
In the past months I've been watching many films, but the recent standouts would have to be Arrival and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - the former was the smartest sci-fi I've seen in a while (it's no Solaris, but nevertheless very entertaining and engrossing) while the new Star Wars didn't disappoint in the slightest. In fact, I think I may have actually enjoyed it more than Ep. VII: The Force Awakens.
That's good news. I'm gonna go watch it with a buddy of mine when he comes to town. He's a big star wars geek.
I have to agree, Arrival was so good, it was basically a modern Contact and as a soon to be language student, the linguistic part of it was really interesting
Indeed, I found it fascinating as well.
Interesting, I am very intrigued. So it's not like the Independence Day movies and the Skyline movie? :lol:
And I haven't seen Rogue One yet, I am so ashamed. Haven't had the time :sad: And I am so afraid of running into spoilers somewhere D:
Nope, it's quite different.
You really should, it's awesome. I enjoyed it even more after a second viewing.
FINALLY got to watch Rogue One, and I loved it! Personally I liked The Force Awakens more, despite the super-cliche story. I guess it's because of the good ol' characters and a continuation of the story, it was just so refreshing and surprisingly great when I didn't have the highest of expectations.
Because of that, I had way higher expectations for Rogue One. It didn't disappoint in the slightest, I just wasn't so "Wow!"-amazed-surprised by it. But I really did enjoy every second of it, despite the high pressure in my bladder for the last 30 minutes :lol: ... hwell:
One of the many things I really did like was the way the movie kept playing and playing when I thought it was gonna end; when Darth Vader entered the rebel ship and I thought it was gonna end there so we didn't get to see what happened, the movie just kept rolling and you could just see him lifting the rebels in the air and throwing them around and blocking them with the saber and just cutting them down one by one, it looked just like in the games :lol: I laughed out loud, it was so damn great!
I really liked how they brought Gran Moff Tarkin back with animations, and the ending was pretty good; how all the main characters died because it would have been weird if they survived and then weren't seen in Episode 4.
Carol - pretty nice film.