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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dillingham, Jan 5, 2021.
Emma rocks and I can't wait for Poor Things
I saw this last night and enjoyed it, would recommend
He's in his Andy Kaufman era. Next he'll be demanding to wrestle Gina Carano
The dialogue and chemistry is so bad here that I can’t blame the director for making the first trailer looking like a bad thriller where someone gets murdered.
Semi related but Man on the Moon played a ton on hbo my sophomore year of college and I would watch it almost everytime it was on no matter the time.
Probably saw it 20 times during the day instead of going to class. I was a terrible student…
The Killer was very good. Not going to win any awards but the attention to detail throughout was incredible. I think this is about a realistic portrayal of a fictional hitman for hire as you can get. I would like to see a Nicolas Refn one character take on this subject as well to compare to Fincher’s.
Just watch Interstellar for the first time. Really enjoyed it.
Dungeons & Dragons was funny.
I’m sick so watching movies.
Also rewatched The Social Network and Scott Pilgrim v the World. It had been a while. Still enjoy them.
Thought it was fine. Could’ve really done without the voiceover for 2 hours
I can’t wait for the new Thanksgiving horror franchise or maybe they branch out to other random holidays
The movie was enjoyable af and definitely made better if your theater is even semi full
Watched Hunt for Red October for the first time in decades
So incredibly good
Overlooking the hilarious Connery accent choices throughout obviously
Priscilla - 7/10 - it was a good cringe flick if you want to see a man in his 20s groom a high school chick. Elordi was a good pick to play Elvis in this
Anatomy of a Fall - 6/10 - idk why this movie was so fucking long. I felt sorry for the kid tbqh.
Holdovers - 9.5/10 - Another Alexander Payne classic. The man can hardly do any wrong especially with Giamatti. The actress who played Mary did a great job.
Killers of the Flower Moon - 9.5/10 - Honestly its a coin flip between this and Oppenheimer for BP. Same with the race between Cillian and Leo. Just beautifully shot. Fuck white people.
FNaF - 7/10 - Was a pretty decent adaptation but wanted it to be scarier tbqh.
Saw X - 8/10 - Brought me back to the good ole days of Saw. As long as a Saw movie actually includes Jigsaw it can do no wrong in my book.
Creator - 6.5/10 - Visually beautiful. Just a distinct lack of any sort of creative storyline. A basic run of the mill sci-fi story.
Bone Tomahawk appears to be on Hulu
I actually just rewatched it for the first time since it released. Such a good movie.
saw interstellar for the first time recently. think i was poisoned by hearing so many folks say its their favorite movie of all time so much, because it was fine but didn't come close to those expectations for me.
I’m split on whether I want to watch that again.
yeah its a great campy slasher
if I would compare it to any past slasher flicks then it definitely leans more towards a Scream-esque vibe.
Well the same crew also did the new screams so that tracks
Can’t wait for the John Carver masks to be a huge hit every year now
I really enjoy it but far from my favorite movie.
I think seeing it in theaters had more of an effect.
OK I get time travel movies have plot holes but can someone explain to me in Edge of Tomorrow why in the hell they made
Tom Cruise's character super famous before immediately demoting him? They could have given him any job to be in that position but they made him "the guy who went on TV and got millions of people to sign up for the military" and then immediately made none of those recruits recognize him?
It had normal plot holes too but what the fuck is that one? It bothered me the whole damn movie
I saw intersellar in theaters I thought it was a dog shit film, I rarely have hot takes but that is one of mine.
I wouldn't go so far as to call it 'dogshit', but it's way down the list of Nolan movies for me. The last 30 minutes is... not my favourite.
Big fan of Interstellar. I love the look and feel of everything in that movie. I like to say "Love, T.A.R.S.!".
Gonna be so good
I love Ridley Scott marketing campaigns so much. Telling everyone to go fuck themselves at 85 years old is the kind of energy that gets you knighted
His recent profile in the New Yorker is great. Such an ornery old man
Historical accuracy matters sometimes, but not in this case imo. Let the man cook. I want it to be more like a Baz Luhrmann movie than Ken Burns
When Ridley Scott is done idk what we’re gonna do about the kind of movies he gets made. They’re gone I guess
Watched Repo Man last night and it rules
Oof Luhrmann? Hard pass.
watched The Creator last night
JD Washington was great
visuals - pretty
plot - pretty run of the mill
The Ballad of Songbird and Snakes - 8/10 - From all accounts stayed pretty close to the book. Casting was pretty fantastic and was expected when you have Queen Viola and Peter Dinklage on staff. Zeigler was great as Lucy Gray as her singing ability fits well with the character. Only flaw was that it felt rushed at times and Snow’s true psychopathic tendencies don’t get truly fleshed out until closer to the end. This movie was more of a two parter than Mockingjay was imo.
Was hoping for a decent amount of changes in the screenplay and that would not be the case.
Felt that way in the book as well.
Already buying my ticket now!
just got out of Saltburn. fun enough but messy. loses steam as the movie goes on
That's surprising considering some of the other stuff that has made it to theaters recently, was looking forward to seeing this
Wild time for movies.
Disney pushes lame ass Wish which looks like an AI generated movie but cans this one
At least they didn't immediately can it for a tax write off.
Going to be super annoying if The Bikeriders gets only a streaming release.
Gotta think that directors will begin asking for assurance that movies will be released after completion