Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by bunnydee, Jan 4, 2017.
A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)
It wasn't very good
Justice league. Wonder Woman has a great butt and aquaman is hot but the movie was only ok
If you consider a documentary as a movie then it was Saving Capitalism on Netflix, which was okay, at times I questioned the dudes motives, and that got this vibe that he wasn't being 100% truthful, but it was a decent watch overall. Sort of informational and accurate about how our economic system functions and is suppose to function in our government, although I didn't fully agree with it at times, it's a documentary to get you thinking.
I'm watching Paranormal Activity for the first time, I wasn't allowed to watch it when it first came out (I was 7 ) but I'm bored out of my mind. I think I'll turn it off and go to bed actually.
"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri". Most depressing movie I've seen since Birdman.
Spider-Man homecoming. Best Spider-Man movie so far. He's also a much more believable teenager in both looks and behaviour.
one of the few MCU movies I care more about than the others: Spider-Man Homecoming
In theaters I watched Loving Vincent,
And at home I watched The Great Escape.
V for Vendetta
Dirty Grandpa, I just watch this film because of Zac Efron. LOL
Emo the musical. It's a thing.
Flatliners (the remake 2017)
X-men Days of Future Past
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
eXistenZ. such a great movie <3
but I was several months ago
15:17 to Paris. A good story, just not really a great movie. It was just 90 minutes long with plenty of filler moments, and of course the real action that the movie is about takes place over just 10 minutes.
Fittingly, it was "Coming Out" -- a 1989 East German film that premiered the night the Berlin Wall came down.
Black Panther. Easily my favourite Marvel movie so far.