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  • Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse

    So I haven't talked much about this here, but I've recently been suffering through pretty severe panic attacks and I'm currently in therapy/seeking medication to figure out what is wrong with my broken brain. One of the times those panic attacks hit hardest? In a dark movie theater with loud sound. This is a major bummer because I love watching movies in their natural habitat AND I get them for free. Luckily, we have certain screenings with people with special needs where the sound is less intense and the lights aren't completely dim, so I was finally able to enjoy a movie in a theater again without freaking out! Has nothing to do with this film, but hey, it did make it a little more enjoyable.

    I think @naltmank summed this up pretty well - it's an excellent film and I'm surprised I ended up enjoying nearly every iteration of Spidey. 2018 had to have been the year of the spider, since we were blessed with a great game and an even better movie.



  • @SabotageTheTruth Hope you feel better! Have you tried winning at fantasy sports? I hear that 9/10 doctors recommend it.



  • The Lovely Bones

    Must be my 6th or so watching and it still tears me up. It remains in my top 10 films of all time, such a shame it didn't get the critical reception it deserved.



  • Saw Glass while in Paris.

    Kind of an interesting movie when you consider it's the 3rd film in a trilogy. Not exactly sure what they're setting up for the future, but kind of a bummer ending.



  • I'm just realizing that I've been coming here to check out whether a movie is worth watching or not. I really appreciate you guys posting your thoughts on the movies you've watched and also for bringing my attention to some I wouldn't have other wised heard about!


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    Solo

    It had the dumbest cameo I’ve probably ever seen in a movie like this. Completely random and unbelievable. Felt like such a bad way to bait fans, a cheap, undeserved shock moment. The reveal was made even worse by this character force grabbing their lightsaber, like the fans have to see a lightsaber in every single movie and like they had to make him appear more threatening somehow. Just embarrassing. The cameo hurt the ending.

    Also, that spot at the front of the YT-1300 (Millennium Falcon) was never used for an escape pod.

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    It would be stupid engineering, placing missiles behind an escape pod. Why would you place the escape pod at the FRONT of a ship anyway? I would think it would make more sense on the sides, top or closer to the rear, since the front of the ship would probably be most in danger in the event of a crash or decompression. That’s where the contact would be. If that spot was used for an escape pod, why would Solo not have replaced it in forty years? Seems really important.

    The rest of the movie was alright. Not that entertaining and not bad. I still wouldn’t have made a movie about Han Solo. I wasn’t curious about his past. If it did need to happen, I would have had it drawn and painted, to at least keep Harrison Ford and Billie Dee Williams’ (Lando) likenesses. But Disney doesn’t do traditional animations anymore, so…



  • Cold War:

    Sometimes love doesn't work out that well. Paris is overrated. Don't go to Polish prison in the 1950s. Black and White cinematography done right. A pretty good use of 88 minutes of your time.

    4/5 stars

    Youtube Video



  • Nice, I'm going to try and see that this weekend



  • Watched 30 mins of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them while on the plane. I gave it a chance but i ended up feeling bored and underwhelmed. It didn't do anything interesting and also felt lifeless. I just had a straight face the whole time, it's like watching nothing.

    I immediately switched to The Grand Budapest Hotel, which already made me smile in the first minute. This movie has been in my backlog since forever, i need to continue watching it soon. Only watched like 8 minutes of it and I'm so ready to watch more. Gonna be the first Wes Anderson movie i watch.



  • GBH is, in my opinion, the best Wes Anderson movie to date, and has both an appealing superficial story and execution, and also so much technical complexity and cinematic nerd depth I could probably do an entire college course on it.



  • I was finally able to see They Shall Not Grow Old. Its an absolutely incredible documentary and I think may end up being Peter Jackson's most important work due to the lack of good mainstream WWI documentaries compared to other subjects, WWII especially. Its a must see for those with interest in WWI but I think everyone should try to see it if they can. What they achieved through the restoration, colorization, foley work, etc is really incredible and successfully closes the time gap between the old footage and today..

    The 30 minute making-of documentary after the credits was fascinating as well. I love how Peter Jackson casually states that he pulled dozens of authentic uniforms, weapons, artillery pieces, and magazines from his own personal collection for the colorizers to reference. My new life goal is to become his friend hehe



  • How to Train Your Dragon 3.
    I have enjoyed the series more than most recent Disney/Pixar movies and this was an ok flick to end the trilogy.
    7/10



  • @tearju-engi yeah it was just an ok movie, after seen it I figure that I expect to much out of the movies, because I feel the first one was pretty good and I like the concept so much that I think it could be much more, but I guess it is just not meant to be.



  • Free Solo in IMAX:
    I'm a little afraid of heights, and this doc made me grip the arm rests. 4/5

    The Boy Who Would Be King:
    From the director of Attack The Block. Pretty much just aimed at 10 year old kids. Was ok. Selection of previews before the movie really weirded me out.
    2.5/5



  • The Mule:
    Hmm. Clint Eastwood is a good director, but I think he should stop doing "gruff, unlovable, racist learns a lesson" movies. Bradley Cooper not Oscar snubbed for his role as cardboard cutout DEA agent who unknowingly bonds with drug mule over work/life balance issues in a diner.

    3/5



  • Reign of Superman. I really enjoyed it to be honest and I am not the biggest S-man fan. I liked how he was more humanized and I really enjoyed seeing the other Supermen handle the situations of the world. Yeah, there were some minor issue like watching the JL just stand there staring at a collapsing portal and the lack of the Titans but other than that it was a fun run. Loved watching the multiple Supes beat the ever living hell out of one another XD



  • The Favourite

    The only other work I've seen from Yorgos was The Lobster and with all the buzz around The Favourite, I may have set my expectations too high. That's not to say this film isn't enjoyable - there's some genuinely funny moments and some of the manipulation at hand is entertaining to watch. Overall though, this film wasn't as strange or as memorable as The Lobster and the end was a little bizarre. Worth a view, maybe not worth the price of a movie ticket though.



  • Oscar
    A comedy about a gangster who is trying to go straight because of a promise but everything is happening under the roof. Starring Sylvester Stallone.
    It's worth watching just being a rare type of genre from him alone and John Landis directed it.
    7.5/10


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