banner_jpg
Username/Email: Password:
Forums

Latest movie(s) you've seen?

Pages (108) [ First ... 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Last ] Next
You must be registered to post!
From User
Message Body
Post #662678
user avatar
 Member

4:52 pm, Mar 6 2015
Posts: 291


Theatre: Big Hero 6
Home: Inglourious Basterds (Finally found some time to watch it, it was okay - pretty good, maybe my expectations were too high)

________________
Must Read Webcomic:
Unsounded

Lists:
Reading
Complete
Western Webcomics
Post #662840
user avatar
nom
Member

9:58 am, Mar 10 2015
Posts: 1660


The Truman Show

I wish there was more to the ending though.

Post #662847
user avatar
Member

4:44 pm, Mar 10 2015
Posts: 15


Shooter (2007) - pretty good. Mark Wahlberg strikes me as very smart about money-making. He produces a lot of the stuff he acts in - which makes him the most potential money. He also chooses roles where the character is neither "too good" or "too bad" but a mixture of both, and the movies he stars in generally aren't just mindless blowing-up action movies, but have an interesting/intelligent story line.

________________
Takagi Shigeyoshi, Suzuki Tsuta, Yoneda Kou, Ogura Miku
Post #662868
user avatar
Member

5:24 am, Mar 11 2015
Posts: 246


The Theory of Everything - A fantastic film. Redmayne's acting was absolutely phenomenal.
Selma - Another great film, although some of the scenes were a bit too brutal for me.
Lucy - Was okay... the ending is weird :/
Big Hero 6 - Sooo cutee~ I've watched it about 3 times already and every single time I end up crying ;_;
The Book of Life - A good film. Candlemaker is so cute xD
Fifty Shades of Grey - This video basically covers my thoughts on the movie. laugh

Post #663084
user avatar
Procrastinator and
Member

7:52 pm, Mar 15 2015
Posts: 1005


The Theory of Everything. I cried in some scenes... </3
Big Hero 6. Baymax is a great character. And... Tadashi... </3

Post #663278
user avatar
Om Nom Nom Nom
Member

5:22 am, Mar 20 2015
Posts: 47


The Lego Movie

Birdman

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (I had just finished reading the book and wanted to rewatch the movie.)

Post #663285
user avatar
the Joyful
 Member

10:55 am, Mar 20 2015
Posts: 148


Theater: The Maze Runner
Tablet: The Imitation Game
TV: American Psycho

________________
User Posted Image
Post #663287
Member

2:50 pm, Mar 20 2015
Posts: 10


Naruto: the Last! Made the inner fangirl so happy. wink

Post #663289
user avatar


3:18 pm, Mar 20 2015
Posts: 10091


Cinderella. I liked it a lot. Then again, I grew up with Disney, so...

________________
A just ruler amongst tyrants
Post #663992
Member

11:04 am, Apr 2 2015
Posts: 1041


Zen: the life of zen master dogen

awful movie
it is so boring that even the most devote zen-fanatic falls asleep
not one profound discussion in the whole movie
boring stiff actors...wooden dialoge and just boring

why make movies like this that inspire ppl to run away from the religion
very odd

Post #664020
user avatar
Procrastinator and
Member

2:31 am, Apr 3 2015
Posts: 1005


How to Train Your Dragon 2. Cute and less childish.

Post #664111
user avatar
nom
Member

1:01 am, Apr 5 2015
Posts: 1660


Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher

it was ok..

Post #664225 - Reply to (#662868) by dione
user avatar
Seinen is RIGHT
 Member

10:41 am, Apr 7 2015
Posts: 2198


Thx for the Fifty Shades of Grey review link. Lol.
I can also recommend Cinderella (surprisingly dark in tone) + The Theory of Everything and Fast 7 now has it´s own topic i see.

My recommendations are Ghibli´s last movie When Marnie Was There (the twist is meh) and Kingsman: The Secret Service that is again better then the original Mark Millar comic.

@eccentrrick: I agree about that "anime" film (by the Parasyte team).
The good marvel toons films are: Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme, Planet Hulk and the Hulk Vs. Wolverine short. Iron Man: Rise of Technovore and Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow are ok too but DC has that market cornered.


________________
I also read EU/US comics and am a librarian.
Manga-Masters, My ANN-Lists + Imdb
User Posted Image
Post #664279
user avatar
Woodland Friendo
Member

9:29 pm, Apr 8 2015
Posts: 98


Saw on Friday Cinema Paradisio with two of my good friends, and they both cried at the end. They said that they'd watch it again and again as one of their favorite films. I thought it was very good, and would recommend for anyone else try it out as well.

Quote from dione
Fifty Shades of Grey - This video basically covers my thoughts on the movie. laugh

The video was taken down. Any idea on where else to find it?

Last edited by Lost Rabbit at 9:44 pm, Apr 8

Post #664327
Member

9:51 pm, Apr 9 2015
Posts: 7


Eternal sunshine of a spotless mind. biggrin

Pages (108) [ First ... 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Last ] Next
You must be registered to post!