Discussion in 'Entertainment and Media' started by bunnydee, Jan 4, 2017.
In the theatre: Annabelle Creation
At home: The Silence Of The Lambs
Logan. I wish I'd never watched it. My friends said it was the best movie about him but I hate sad movies and the whole thing was sad and horrible. This movie never should have been made.
Last one I saw was Spider Man: Homecoming. I liked that Peter Parker was kinda goofy in this one.
Its called "A silent voice" I have watched it over and over again. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good romance/drama movie and is not bothered with subtitles. 11/10
Opening Night, directed by John Cassavetes. A difficult, even disturbing film to watch, almost in the style of an American version of a Fassbinder film. But very much loved it, and it reminds me that John Cassavetes was the best indie film director America has ever produced.
I think the last movie I watched was the lost battalion in history class (it's terribly depressing and it's a little boring and gory), but I didn't chose to watch it. The last movie on netflix I watched is literally Matt Shepard was a friend of mine, which is also sad and gory.
Last in theaters was... I don't even actually know.
Me and my wife went to see It. I don't want to drop any spoilers, but the movie was pretty intense at regular intervals. I haven't decided on what my opinion is between this one and the original, but they are both pretty awesome in my book.
I tried to watch Valhalla Rising on Netflix yesterday, but flat out couldn't get into it. It seemed like absolutely nothing happened. Which is weird, because I love Scottish movies, due to Scot being a huge part of my heritage.
Last one I watched was Zootopia. Actually I have seen it probably at least 60 times (I've lost count) since the movie came out in theatres (went 4 times). It is one of my most favourite of movies. Yes, I'm weird!
The handmaiden. A good korean movie
It Comes At Night
And let me just warn you if you're considering watching it. Regardless of the intriguing title, it is NOT a horror film. Neither is it very good. Although I'm not usually a fan of modern movies, I don't usually consider watching them a complete waste of time. This one? It was a complete waste of time. It sucked that bad.
Ben Hur (the modern remake.) The chariot race is worth the movie. Seriously.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Got me into Harry Potter and I'm now reading the fourth book.
My cousins and sister ganged up on me and I ended up watching The Notebook for the millionth time. That movie stopped being good after the 3rd or 4th time. There second movie of the night was the Hannah Montana Movie. Times like this I wish I hid certain movies in my collection.
fast and furious 7
I'm watching Cult Of Chucky right now. It's trash, haha.
First they killed my father
Kill 'em All
It's just a really weird slasher flick. It's hard as hell to find. I don't think even Netflix has it. But honestly, that's a plus on their part.
Transamerica I'm not gonna lie, I cried lol
How to be a latin lover