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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dillingham, Jan 5, 2021.
This is Breakdown, Fifth Element, US Marshals, and exceptionally weirdly Pleasantville for me.
Going to watch one of these tonight, I've seen them all, gf hasn't seen any of them.
Which one should I pick for a nice Sunday night?
Funny Games (2007 version with Tim Roth)
Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
Funny games last ..
Watching "A Bridge Too Far" today. Probably one of the best casts ever assembled.
Damn. That’s impressive.
Ive never heard of it.
Just watched Minari. It’s pretty damn good
Have a friend that has seen part of Dune already.
It sounds like it is going to live up to the hype.
Hopefully that is accurate.
Denis has literally never missed
This may be a hot-take:
We just watched "Charlie Wilson's War" because she hadn't seen it - still love that damn film.
I'm not saying it should have won Oscars - but that's a really enjoyable film.
My wife is from that area
I wish. Lincoln
Seven Psychopaths is Martin McDonagh’s least acclaimed movie and it’s probably his best. In Bruges being a close second and Three Billboards being the worst. Sam Rockwell deserved his Oscar for 7P IMO.
Marty: Christ, you punched him in the nose?
Billy: No, his nose just happened to be in the way of where I was punching.
In Bruges is his best
Well maybe I’ll watch In Bruges and report back
It’s my favorite Ralph Fiennes performance ever.
It’s M. Gustav for me but to each his own
And who can forget Amon Goeth. Absolutely terrifying and terrific performance
I know. I just love how complex Harry turns out to be.
It’s been a while since I’ve watched In Bruges. I’ll tag you later afterward
Watched Raya and the last dragon. I liked it.
Watching Can’t Hardly Wait with my lady (who’s never seent it) and my god the music in this movie is a late 90s treasure
love that movie
Seth Green is a dreamboat
Watched this a while back. Great movie and I nostalgiad hard.
Can’t hardly wait was exactly my high school at exactly the same period of my life. I think I saw it twice in the theaters.
Playing The get high with my friends song after the Jenna Elfman phone booth scene is so money
“Both of you girls can hold my laser pointer anytime”
dick tracy kid in an iconic role
Came out my senior year of HS. Always hits me in the feels. My senior of HS 98-99 had arguably the greatest run of teen movies in one year:
Cant Hardly Wait
She’s All That
BTW idk what this thread is but I’m having Sunday Truly and figured I’d use this weird thread to document my evening
I’d that little baby Jason Segal?
Yes he’s in 2 seconds of can’t hardly wait.
It’s really nice to know that Preston and Amanda are still together
Special K is my my favorite part of that movie.
Just saw that certain Regal theaters will be reopening on April 2nd, hope this means that Top Gun - Maverick will in fact come out over 4th of July weekend this year
I've said it before, but "Layer Cake" with Daniel Craig is a very underrated gangster movie.
I watched list of tiny perfect things this weekend. Thought it was solid.
Gonna watch Godzilla vs. Kong tonight, Meatball is pumped for this flick
Rent-a-Pal had so much potential, but man did they fuck it up.
Sound of Metal was excellent.
New of the World was exactly what you think it'll be after watching the trailer. If it looks interesting, then it's probably worth a watch.
Everyone has seen Palm Springs by now, right?
My queue now is:
Promising Young Woman
Let Him Go
Anyone seen nobody?
Also watching tonight, also pumped.
Pauly Shore giving out haircuts while promoting In the Army Now
I watched The Thing again on Sunday. Such a fantastic fucking movie.
Oh shit! Sneakers is on HBO max
Didn't think his next one would come out until next year, this is great news.
Edit: release date confirmed
What are your favorite movies that catch you in the feels. After watching Ted Lasso, I want more of the feels.
Some of mine off the top of my head:
Peanut Butter Falcon
[Disney Sports Movie] (Placeholder for any Disney sports movie. Unfortunately, I think I've seen them all, and almost all of them are great. If there's one I hadn't I'd turn it on immediately.)
The 100 Foot Journey
Family Man (old though)
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Cobra Kai (show, but it fits)
Saving Mr. Banks
Trying to think of newish movies that aren't rom com or made for kids.
You could watch A Monster Calls. Fucking tough though.
Seen it. Def catches you in the feels, but I'd prefer good feels.