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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dillingham, Jan 5, 2021.
Soul? Allegedly made for kids but it's not a kids movie imo.
I bet The Farewell def has them as well. Haven't seen it, but am guessing it's more poignant than "feel good."
I'll watch this soon with wife.
Anyone seen this on Prime? Super indie, but maybe good, Idk.
I watched Inside Out once when I was hungover 6 or so years ago, and it tore me apart. Haven't revisited it since but I'd recommend it if you're looking for "feels" movies.
saw Onward for the first time this past weekend, bawled like a baby
Onward is pretty good. Big fan.
Watched Sound of Metal last night. I’m a sucker for movies that focus on individuals with disabilities/delays; I really enjoyed Ahmed’s performance in it.
Got my next two movies lined up
Pump Up The Volume
Pump Up The Volume invented podcasting.
Celemo is a tool! Celemo is a tool!
I think Riz should win best actor (although I haven’t seen Chadwick’s movie yet). He and Gyllenhal got jobbed for Nightcrawler
Caught PCU tonight...so ahead of it’s time
Posted in another but Nobody with Bob odenkirk was great
Rand P McPherson warned us of Tucker Carlson and we didn’t listen
Fun fact: PCU was directed by the guy who played Ellis in Die Hard
Recommended wwii movies?
Stalag 17. It’s free to watch on YouTube. My 2nd favorite movie ever.
Come and See
Holy shit Peter Graves??!
Nobody was great
Unhinged was... not great. I actually stuck it out and watched the whole thing but damn.
And Richard Erdman, who played Leonard on Community
Got high as fuck, watched Mortal Kombat, didn’t comprehend 12% of the movie but shit was good
knew exactly why this thread was bumped
2 fast 2 paddington babyyyyyyy
What're your top 4-5 movies from the 2010s?
My top 4 movies of the 2010s in no order:
Peanut Butter Falcon
If I had to do a 5th movie, I'd probably pick Rudderless (which is now on Prime btw), because I've willingly watched it about 10x. I think there are very few people who'd like it as much as me, so that's why I kept my list to a top 4.
If you're willing to answer, here's a list of strong movies of the decade to help you remember.
The One I Love
Bleed for This
Before I Fall
Wolf of Wallstreet
The Adjustment Bureau
Edge of Tomorrow
Midnight in Paris
Life of Pi
Now You See Me
Saving Mr. Banks
Zero Dark Thirty
Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus
Under the Skin
Inside Llewyen Davis
Tree of Life
Killing of a Sacred Deer
Hell Or High Water
The Nice Guys
Grand Budapest Hotel
I need to watch Popstar I guess, so I can also never stop never stopping.
Grand Budapest Hotel
Sorry To Bother You
Ingrid Goes West
Thank You For Smoking came out in 2005
*Sorry To Bother You
Yeah, no idea where my brain went there. Was thinking through movies I saw at local indie theater and Sorry To Bother You is what I meant
Wolf of Wall Street
2010s? All of these are in my top 50 on flickchart.com. Listed in ranked order.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Blue is the Warmest Color
La La Land
Call Me by Your Name
A Secret Love
Life of Pi
Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Kid Detective
The Invisible Guest
both solid watches
I am not hopeful:
I'm in. Ill watch anything from Wright.
Who has seen the new David Bowie biopic?
This trailer has under 3K views? Probably bad, and doubt I'll watch but still, only 2.5K views?
I just bought The Cremator and am looking forward to its contents. Thanks.
Also just picked up the Criterion Bergman and Felini box sets, so I’ll have some stuff I’ve never watched to burn through. I’m still pissed I missed out on the Kurosawa collection and the asking price these days is $1k+
Was uploaded to PTP over a day ago and only has 9 downloads, lol
I watched something called Kajillionaire recently. It was fucking weird.
Saw that on a list of should watch... It's on HBO, right?
It's Billy Batts day (51st anniversary) , go get your fucking shinebox
I feel like every few years the story that Tommy Lee Jones accosted Jim Carrey at a restaurant and said “I can’t sanction your buffoonery” makes the rounds but early 90s Tommy Lee Jones was an absolute buffoon in terms of chewing scenery. He was bonkers in JFK, Under Siege, Natural Born Killers and most importantly, Batman Forever (the movie he was peeved with Carrey over). The Fugitive was the only grounded performance in that time period and I’m still not sure it was Oscar worthy.