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BurningRage
02-19-2017, 09:03 AM
Don't Breathe 8/10

karamazov80
02-19-2017, 01:48 PM
Lego Batman: 7.5/10

Really well done for what it is, though the barrage of activity creates a bit of sensory overload. I loved little things like Bane having movie Bane's voice (I cracked up every time he spoke), Billy Dee as 2 Face, the c list rogues, Gremlins destroying the plane, etc.

Sweet Rabbit
02-19-2017, 03:33 PM
Fury Road - 9/10

karamazov80
02-19-2017, 07:47 PM
Little Sister: 7.75/10

An interesting premise, and a lot of genuine, human moments. A lot of things could have gone horribly wrong in the execution here, but the film avoids those pitfalls.

Snake Plissken
02-19-2017, 11:07 PM
The Last Samurai - 8/10

murdomac
02-20-2017, 02:46 AM
Moonlight 9.5/10

Hidden Figures 8.5/10

Girl on a Train 8.5/10

Patriot666
02-20-2017, 09:28 AM
Chopping Mall - 7/10 Great B horror

Sweet Rabbit
02-20-2017, 05:09 PM
Cocktail - 8.5/10

Khev
02-20-2017, 10:26 PM
The Hateful Eight (2015) - 7.75/10

SO much better than Django Unchained. Very intense and well done flick. The Best Score Oscar was well deserved.

GasparZizou
02-20-2017, 11:51 PM
Unbreakable - 9/10

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-21-2017, 12:28 AM
Unbreakable - 9/10

First time watching it?

GasparZizou
02-21-2017, 12:43 AM
First time watching it?

Nope, like the 4th or 5th. I really like it.

Plus Im seeing split tomorrow the internet already spoiled its kinda related to this one. So i figured Id watch it.

MooseOnTheLoose
02-21-2017, 12:51 AM
Might wanna spoiler tag that gaspar. Don't wanna spoil anybody who has avoided spoilers and hasn't seen it yet.

GasparZizou
02-21-2017, 12:56 AM
Stupid me. Sorry if I spoile something for anyone.

Ropen
02-21-2017, 12:57 AM
Blood Feast 4/10

"Have you ever had and Egyptian Feast"
The Grandfather of slasher gore, Fuad does grow on you and honestly despite Ishtar being a mannequin, still scary though!! LOL cheesy acting but a classic nonetheless


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The Clown Prince of Crime
02-21-2017, 09:47 AM
Stupid me. Sorry if I spoile something for anyone.

In retrospect, the poster was telling us :lol

http://i.imgur.com/NJfsrKi.jpg

RIDDICK
02-21-2017, 09:57 AM
Legends of Tomorrow (S1) - 7/10

GasparZizou
02-21-2017, 02:45 PM
In retrospect, the poster was telling us :lol

http://i.imgur.com/NJfsrKi.jpg

Holy ****, M Night Sriracha may be the next Snyder.

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-21-2017, 03:43 PM
Holy ****, M Night Sriracha may be the next Snyder.

http://i.imgur.com/q0NbJpY.jpg

Khev
02-21-2017, 03:49 PM
The next Spielberg? Nope! The first Shya-ma-la-ma-ding-dong? Yep!

darthkostis
02-21-2017, 03:49 PM
Holy ****, M Night Sriracha may be the next Snyder.

A few hits amongst a pile of awful movies that his cult worships no matter what? I'd say he's already Snyder. Or, rather, Snyder is Shaymalan 2.0... :monkey3

Sweet Rabbit
02-21-2017, 04:04 PM
Unbreakable - 9/10

That's dingdong's best movie

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-21-2017, 04:07 PM
That's dingdong's best movie

Yes

My favorite dingdong films

1. Unbreakable

2. Signs

3. The Sixth Sense

4. Probably Split...haven't seen it

xipotec
02-21-2017, 04:38 PM
Dawn of the Dead 2004. extended cut

8/10

Good stuff. Pays homage to the original....but keeps its own tale. Shockingly disturbing at times.


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GasparZizou
02-21-2017, 04:47 PM
A few hits amongst a pile of awful movies that his cult worships no matter what? I'd say he's already Snyder. Or, rather, Snyder is Shaymalan 2.0... :monkey3
What do you know? You're just an MCU sheep with a tiny MCU brain who likes flavors of the week.


That's dingdong's best movie
Agreed.

Shambala's best scene is the Alien video in signs though.


Yes

My favorite dingdong films

1. Unbreakable

2. Signs

3. The Sixth Sense

4. Probably Split...haven't seen it

That's my ranking as well.

rushmore223
02-21-2017, 08:18 PM
Yes

My favorite dingdong films

1. Unbreakable

2. Signs

3. The Sixth Sense

4. Probably Split...haven't seen it


I would probably agree with that if the end of Signs didn't piss me off so much.

GasparZizou
02-21-2017, 09:52 PM
Split - 8.5/10

Anya Taylor-Joy - 11/10

Captain Clown
02-24-2017, 01:24 PM
Jackie - 8/10
X2 - 9/10
Daredevil (Director's Cut) - 6.5/10

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-24-2017, 01:44 PM
The BFG - BFS/10

pturtle
02-24-2017, 03:47 PM
Split - 8.5/10

Anya Taylor-Joy - 11/10

Nice to see you enjoyed Split while knowing the big reveal ahead of time. That movie turned out much better than I expected it to be.

GasparZizou
02-24-2017, 03:53 PM
Nice to see you enjoyed Split while knowing the big reveal ahead of time. That movie turned out much better than I expected it to be.
That's because it stands on its own, I actually forgot about the reveal until late in the movie.

I wish I hadn't found out, but then I probably wouldn't have seen it in theaters.

And it was a better reveal that I thought I thought David Dunn would show up at the end to beat the beast or something, but nope, just a small nod and sequel set up, and actually quite elegant and organic, it actually feels like a comicbook universe without being one, I just hope the third one is just as good. I hope M Night Sriracha doesn't get sequelitis on the 3rd one

pturtle
02-24-2017, 04:09 PM
That's because it stands on its own, I actually forgot about the reveal until late in the movie.

I wish I hadn't found out, but then I probably wouldn't have seen it in theaters.

And it was a better reveal that I thought I thought David Dunn would show up at the end to beat the beast or something, but nope, just a small nod and sequel set up, and actually quite elegant and organic, it actually feels like a comicbook universe without being one, I just hope the third one is just as good. I hope M Night Sriracha doesn't get sequelitis on the 3rd one

Yea, I'm worried about the sequel.

I love this little world M Night has put together though.

Black Knight
02-25-2017, 04:37 PM
Bad Santa 2
9/10
A great laugh imo

Sweet Rabbit
02-25-2017, 04:55 PM
Die Hard - 9/10

darthkostis
02-25-2017, 04:58 PM
The Founder: 6/10

It felt like a TV-Flick. It didn't have the grandness of other recent bio-films, like Jobs, Social Network, Theory of Everything, etc. It's got more in common with, say, The Man who knew Infinity, I'd say, as far as this type of movies go. Not bad, just... not that memorable.

marvinmyles
02-25-2017, 06:19 PM
Get Out 6.5/10.. very good acting but it couldn't decide whether it wanted to be a racial statement,a comedy or a serious chiller.And the Director could not blend them.

MooseOnTheLoose
02-25-2017, 06:25 PM
John Wick - 6.5/10
John Wick Chapter 2 - 6.5/10

Both are decent action movies, nothing more nothing less imo.

GasparZizou
02-25-2017, 06:27 PM
Get Out 6.5/10.. very good acting but it couldn't decide whether it wanted to be a racial statement,a comedy or a serious chiller.And the Director could not blend them.

I'm really curious to see this one, it actually looks good but I just know it's uber over-hyped for what it is.

pturtle
02-25-2017, 06:43 PM
I thought it was funny, and suspenseful but not really a great film at all.


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GasparZizou
02-25-2017, 06:48 PM
I thought it was funny, and suspenseful but not really a great film at all.
Is it the meta-horror/thriller and satire of racial turmoil in America that I expect it to be?

pturtle
02-25-2017, 07:47 PM
Is it the meta-horror/thriller and satire of racial turmoil in America that I expect it to be?

You're much smarter than me but it seemed more like a commentary on interracial relationships than anything else, specifically what it's like to be a black man dating a white woman. Black men will most definitely get the most out watching this movie. Nothing about it was subtle, or really brilliant, but I did think it was pretty damn funny :lol

Halfway into the movie they pretty much drop most of the commentary.

GasparZizou
02-25-2017, 08:05 PM
You're much smarter than me but it seemed more like a commentary on interracial relationships than anything else, specifically what it's like to be a black man dating a white woman. Black men will most definitely get the most out watching this movie. Nothing about it was subtle, or really brilliant, but I did think it was pretty damn funny :lol

Halfway into the movie they pretty much drop most of the commentary.
:lol no I'm not, I don't consider myself smarter than a lot of people and certainly not you nor my other buddies here. Yeah the interracial relationship thing is clear from the trailer, I was even recommended to watch it with black people if possible, but there aren't many black people around here :lol

So it's more Cabin in the Woods than actual horror?

pturtle
02-25-2017, 08:09 PM
Nah, its actually a horror movie :lol

The 3rd act drops most of the comedy.


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GasparZizou
02-25-2017, 10:30 PM
Signs - 8/10

Were they demons?

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-25-2017, 11:13 PM
Signs - 8/10

Were they demons?

Yes, demons. :clap

GasparZizou
02-25-2017, 11:26 PM
Yes, demons. :clap
Do you agree or are you having a joke with me? ha ha.

Seriously, I always found that theory curious and I think there's room for it.

>Beaten in the middle east (where religion is strong) in primitive ways.
>Water from a holy man's house harms them
>They take people in a reverse rapture.

Or maybe aliens are demons are the same thing to begin with.

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-25-2017, 11:38 PM
Do you agree or are you having a joke with me? ha ha.

Seriously, I always found that theory curious and I think there's room for it.

>Beaten in the middle east (where religion is strong) in primitive ways.
>Water from a holy man's house harms them
>They take people in a reverse rapture.

Or maybe aliens are demons are the same thing to begin with.

I think it's meant to be ambiguous, but yeah, the holy water, priest regaining faith, and both the priest and the driver dealing with their own demons. The driver literally says something about people who kill a priest wife not getting into heaven while he's running away from the alien/demon he locked away. There is also the fact that we never see any ships or technology and people in the film all see different things or have different theories.

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 12:04 AM
I think it's meant to be ambiguous, but yeah, the holy water, priest regaining faith, and both the priest and the driver dealing with their own demons. The driver literally says something about people who kill a priest wife not getting into heaven while he's running away from the alien/demon he locked away. There is also the fact that we never see any ships or technology and people in the film all see different things or have different theories.

I like both theories and I think they can coexist. I've read recently a lot of stuff that says Aliens/demons/vampires/gods are the same thing or related...

https://scontent.fgdl3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/16991881_1407055919326191_3131367424410579369_o.jp g?oh=145a8bd79d22520b73f6d50fbc47222d&oe=5940FDCF

What I like about M Night's movies (I've only seen the perceived good ones) is the lingering feeling of sadness, like a sweet sadness that the characters evoke because they're in a place they don't belong, but also that there are a lot of other emotions ready to surface at any point... And that all that is mixed with the paranormal, and when at the end, due to a paranormal event, those emotions finally come out and fall in their place, it's really satisfying.

I wish he didn't use so much exposition but that's what Hollywood movies come with.

DiFabio
02-26-2017, 01:56 AM
When I watched that video the first time, I actually had the same face Joe had. Then when it cut to his expression, I was like "woah". :lol

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 02:47 AM
I love truth bombs, they blow my mind, at first I can't believe some of that stuff, but then I find myself considering it :lol

Though I do believe some of that stuff like the Annunaki, ruling elite and Hindu Mythology in general.

Then I realize it doesn't matter because us commoners will never know the truth anyway, and fall into depression. So at the very least they're fun ARGs.

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 04:26 AM
I love truth bombs, they blow my mind, at first I can't believe some of that stuff, but then I find myself considering it :lol

Though I do believe some of that stuff like the Annunaki, ruling elite and Hindu Mythology in general.

Then I realize it doesn't matter because us commoners will never know the truth anyway, and fall into depression. So at the very least they're fun ARGs.

Got any of 'em links? The ones I've come across are either too tame or too bonkers...

Sweet Rabbit
02-26-2017, 05:56 AM
Hacksaw Ridge - 9/10

Captain Clown
02-26-2017, 06:34 AM
The Great Wall - 7/10 Had very pretty visuals and didn't take itself too seriously. A fun time.

X-Men: the Last Stand - 7.5/10 I was pretty tired when I watched this. I liked it tho. :lol

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-26-2017, 07:14 AM
I love truth bombs, they blow my mind, at first I can't believe some of that stuff, but then I find myself considering it :lol





Because it's true, but they want you to doubt it.

Don't be a hot dog :lol

rushmore223
02-26-2017, 10:53 AM
Do you agree or are you having a joke with me? ha ha.

Seriously, I always found that theory curious and I think there's room for it.

>Beaten in the middle east (where religion is strong) in primitive ways.
>Water from a holy man's house harms them
>They take people in a reverse rapture.

Or maybe aliens are demons are the same thing to begin with.

Ok, I have to admit, I never gave this movie a whole lot of thought, but you just added a great deal of depth to this film for me.

It makes so much sense that I'm ashamed I didn't see it myself.

EVILFACE
02-26-2017, 12:13 PM
Get Out - 7.8/10
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot - 3.5/10
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 - 7/10
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster - 7.5/10
Wolfman (1979) - 3/10
The LEGO Batman Movie - 6/10
Kubo and the Two Strings - 7/10
Craze (1974) - 3/10
Night of Fear - 5/10
John Wick: Chapter 2 - 8/10
Kickboxer: Vengeance - 6.5/10
The Fly (1958) - 7.5/10

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 02:16 PM
Got any of 'em links? The ones I've come across are either too tame or too bonkers...
I got a good one that says the bloodlines worship a giant space being the size of manhattan that orbits the earth who is supposed to be Satan and sends them messages they can receive with a machine that is supposed to be Moses the same way they got the 10 commandments. The messages are of the future and that way they can steer humanity closer to what Satan wants, these elites were actually chosen by their blood and such.

Let me see if I can find the link.


Because it's true, but they want you to doubt it.

Don't be a hot dog :lol

http://i.imgur.com/qm3cEzF.jpg?1


http://i.imgur.com/Kom5Z12.jpg?1

Succulent hotdogs = male prostitutes and I don't make nearly enough money to be one. :lol


Ok, I have to admit, I never gave this movie a whole lot of thought, but you just added a great deal of depth to this film for me.

It makes so much sense that I'm ashamed I didn't see it myself.
Its a pretty cool angle and give the movie some re-watch value at the very least.

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-26-2017, 02:24 PM
Succulent hotdogs = male prostitutes and I don't make nearly enough money to be one. :lol



Are you a walnut then?

Does Walnut pasta sauce mean anything to you? :monkey3

:lol

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 02:42 PM
I got a good one that says the bloodlines worship a giant space being the size of manhattan that orbits the earth who is supposed to be Satan and sends them messages they can receive with a machine that is supposed to be Moses the same way they got the 10 commandments. The messages are of the future and that way they can steer humanity closer to what Satan wants, these elites were actually chosen by their blood and such.

Let me see if I can find the link.


http://www.teampwnicorn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/HUD-FINAL-DRAFT.gif

What about John Lennon, God of Psychedelics though? Anything on that?!



https://www.wired.com/images_blogs/underwire/2011/08/grantmorrison_lennon_invisibles.jpg

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 03:12 PM
Are you a walnut then?

Does Walnut pasta sauce mean anything to you? :monkey3

:lol

:lol I'm too old to be one ;_;

I've heard that term before, but I don't know what it means, is it also from the e-mails? Does it mean what I think it means?


http://www.teampwnicorn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/HUD-FINAL-DRAFT.gif
Can't find the link of that one, I'll pm you once I do, for now I have this classic from 2005.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/revelations_elitefamilyinsider.pdf

Edit: found it, here it is

http://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/87160056/#87160056



What about John Lennon, God of Psychedelics though? Anything on that?!



https://www.wired.com/images_blogs/underwire/2011/08/grantmorrison_lennon_invisibles.jpg


I need to re-read the invisibles soon.

but I have read some stuff that the elites take DMT to contact entities.

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 03:23 PM
Can't find the link of that one, I'll pm you once I do, for now I have this classic from 2005.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/revelations_elitefamilyinsider.pdf



Looks like I got myself some reading to do.


I need to re-read the invisibles soon.

I have to actually finish it some time. I've got waaaay too much stuff in my backlog.


but I have read some stuff that the elites take DMT to contact entities.

Was that in a Morrison "Chaos Magik" article? :monkey3

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 03:27 PM
Looks like I got myself some reading to do.
Just found and added the one about orbiting Manhattan Satan above.



Was that in a Morrison "Chaos Magik" article? :monkey3
Did he actually write about that? If he did he's the wokest and most visionary comicbook writer ever.

We can actually ascend by reading comics thanks to him. GOAT writer.

The Clown Prince of Crime
02-26-2017, 03:31 PM
:lol I'm too old to be one ;_;

I've heard that term before, but I don't know what it means, is it also from the e-mails? Does it mean what I think it means?

Yeah, but I have no idea what's going on. Alex Jones was talking about the elites and people eating babies or something :lol

I'm watching his interview with Joe Rogan.








http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ar...ilyinsider.pdf

:Edit: found it, here it is

http://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/87160056/#87160056


whoa

Is there more? Any websites devoted to this topic?

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 03:33 PM
Just found and added the one about orbiting Manhattan Satan above.

http://www.mytinyphone.com/uploads/users/spartakis/558261.gif


Did he actually write about that? If he did he's the wokest and most visionary comicbook writer ever.

We can actually ascend by reading comics thanks to him. GOAT writer.

Kinda. There was this article/interview thingy. Link: http://disinfo.com/2014/10/pop-magic-grant-morrison/

Dunno what to think of all that, really. I've done a bit of searching over various subreddits and sometimes boards and whatnot on such themes, but in the end, it gets either too wtf, or just too "what if it's true" for me. At some point, you just think "maybe I don't want to know". Curiosity's a ***** though...

There's got to be some truth in the mess that are conspiracy theories, but as soon as "magic", runes, spells, wiccans, personified moons and lands and whatnot start being thrown out, it's the point where I give up. Some of those "cosmic horror" ones I can kinda buy, but when it turns into full on B-Movie Horror, it gets too silly for me.

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 03:40 PM
There's got to be some truth in the mess that are conspiracy theories, but as soon as "magic", runes, spells, wiccans, personified moons and lands and whatnot start being thrown out, it's the point where I give up. Some of those "cosmic horror" ones I can kinda buy, but when it turns into full on B-Movie Horror, it gets too silly for me.
It's what I'm saying, we'll never know the truth so at least it's some cool fan fiction, they're tantalizing because what if one of them turns out to be true?

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 03:50 PM
It's what I'm saying, we'll never know the truth so at least it's some cool fan fiction, they're tantalizing because what if one of them turns out to be true?

I guess. You ask me, I'd prefer Moore's explaination:

http://cdn.quotesgram.com/img/65/4/589023868-VQ5DS.jpg

Maybe all there is, is just a couple of ultra-rich, demented ****s doing crazy things 'cause they're... well, demented ****s. Or rather it's what I'd like to believe. I'm reading that "confession" link, and well, it sounds like something out of ConspiracyFanFicFriends.Com or somethin'. Obviously there are things behind the curtains, but dunno, something tells me it's got to be more mundane. All that "Divine Law" talk makes it difficult to even entertain, considering the vastness of the universe. Unless of coure there's a singular "Divine Law" with "Elites" in each race/habitable planet. The more they try to make it sound as "scientific" mumbo-jumbo coupled with occultism, the more silly it gets. Not less creepier, just... sillier.

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 03:52 PM
Yeah, but I have no idea what's going on. Alex Jones was talking about the elites and people eating babies or something :lol

I'm watching his interview with Joe Rogan.
Oh yeah, spirit cooking and ****, that stuff is weeeird, and the weirdest thing is that it's right there in the e-mails for everyone to see.



whoa

Is there more? Any websites devoted to this topic?
Yeah, a bunch of knowledge bombs or truth bombs, they're kinda hard to find, I had a bunch of them bookmarked but formatted my laptop and lost them.

I'll PM you what I find.

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 03:55 PM
Oh yeah, spirit cooking and ****, that stuff is weeeird, and the weirdest thing is that it's right there in the e-mails for everyone to see.

Yeah, a bunch of knowledge bombs or truth bombs, they're kinda hard to find, I had a bunch of them bookmarked but formatted my laptop and lost them.

I'll PM you what I find.

Add me to the list, if you please.

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 04:30 PM
I guess. You ask me, I'd prefer Moore's explaination:

http://cdn.quotesgram.com/img/65/4/589023868-VQ5DS.jpg

Maybe all there is, is just a couple of ultra-rich, demented ****s doing crazy things 'cause they're... well, demented ****s. Or rather it's what I'd like to believe. I'm reading that "confession" link, and well, it sounds like something out of ConspiracyFanFicFriends.Com or somethin'. Obviously there are things behind the curtains, but dunno, something tells me it's got to be more mundane. All that "Divine Law" talk makes it difficult to even entertain, considering the vastness of the universe. Unless of coure there's a singular "Divine Law" with "Elites" in each race/habitable planet. The more they try to make it sound as "scientific" mumbo-jumbo coupled with occultism, the more silly it gets. Not less creepier, just... sillier.
Alan Moore sounds just like a shill or an unenlightened.

Seriously though, his representation of the extra-dimensional and magical was always more mundane and easier to digest, but it opened the possibility for the true visionary.

Obviously 99.9% of this stuff is disinformation, maybe with a grain or two of disguised truth somewhere in there, can you tell me with absolute certainty there's no ruling elite when you take a look at who owns literally everything? Are they plotting for a NWO? I don't think so, I mean, the way we live today is pretty much completely and utterly controlled, and we're fine with it, what is there to bring order to?

When the media is caught red handed lying to us about the small stuff, what are they telling us about the stuff that matters? Moore's quote is contradictory by his own work, but that's just Moore's nature, and it's more rooted I think, in him trying to find comfort in closing your eyes and covering your ears than "looking for comfort in the ridiculous".

Is there some divine law? Does it matter? If there is we can't even begin to comprehend it, I mean we still struggle to unify all the fundamental forces and can't seem to find the missing link in human evolution, how do we expect to understand reincarnation and stuff? Not in a million years, if humanity still exists.

I don't think you're quite seeing the big picture, there doesn't need to be many divine laws, it's the divine law, this is taking into consideration the vastness of the universe, doesn't matter if there are more planets with other people etc etc, it's always God > Man, you have to understand that this fanfic is only what leaks through the cracks, if these elites are real, then they have thousands of years old doctrine, and can't expect to find out about everything in detail to answer all your questions.

Moore has a point, most conspiracy theorists do look for comfort without realizing it's equally helpless if one of these theories is true, as if none of them are. I roll my eyes when I hear some poor redneck talking about their abduction or the fact that they're RH negative, because you can tell that makes them feel special...

Truth is none of it matters and it's fun entertainment, remember;

Man only suffers because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun.


Add me to the list, if you please.

Sure thing.

darthkostis
02-26-2017, 04:46 PM
Alan Moore sounds just like a shill or an unenlightened.

Seriously though, his representation of the extra-dimensional and magical was always more mundane and easier to digest, but it opened the possibility for the true visionary.

Well, Moore's magic is rooted in folklore and myths, whereas Morrison's more "occult". I'd throw Hickman into the mix (if we're still talking about comics specifically), as he's balancing black magic & occult things greatly in Black Monday Murders, whereas his work on East of West blends mysticism and "the material world" pretty good. His Marvel work is much more "scienc-y", but it's still grand enough.


Obviously 99.9% of this stuff is disinformation, maybe with a grain or two of disguised truth somewhere in there, can you tell me with absolute certainty there's no ruling elite when you take a look at who owns literally everything? Are they plotting for a NWO? I don't think so, I mean, the way we live today is pretty much completely and utterly controlled, and we're fine with it, what is there to bring order to?

I had a similar conversation with a pal of mine last week. There's absolutely an "elite", somewhere, it's just when they go full into "killing babies to appease Q-Satan of the 4th Dimension" that it gets too nuts for my tastes. Then again, there have been real killers who've done worse things, so "Satan" or not, maybe they're just that ****ed up.


When the media is caught red handed lying to us about the small stuff, what are they telling us about the stuff that matters? Moore's quote is contradictory by his own work, but that's just Moore's nature, and it's more rooted I think, in him trying to find comfort in closing your eyes and covering your ears than "looking for comfort in the ridiculous".

It depends, I'd say. Obviously an "I like not knowing" attitude is more comforting, but on the other hand, so is an "I've talked with Greys, met God and caught a glimpse of Heaven". Like I say, the truth is somewhere in the middle. When you dig into the 2008 crash, the current financial crises all around the world and whatnot, it's hard to agree with Moore on everything. But I'm not sure "Reptilians and Martians" is true either.


Is there some divine law? Does it matter? If there is we can't even begin to comprehend it, I mean we still struggle to unify all the fundamental forces and can't seem to find the missing link in human evolution, how do we expect to understand reincarnation and stuff? Not in a million years, if humanity still exists.

No arguments here.


I don't think you're quite seeing the big picture, there doesn't need to be many divine laws, it's the divine law, this is taking into consideration the vastness of the universe, doesn't matter if there are more planets with other people etc etc, it's always God > Man, you have to understand that this fanfic is only what leaks through the cracks, if these elites are real, then they have thousands of years old doctrine, and can't expect to find out about everything in detail to answer all your questions.

Oh, I wasn't saying the opposite. I merely don't think that such (a) Being(s) would ultimately care about humanity, or any other race. Certainly not enough for "Elite Bloodlines" to have all the answers of the Universe when our brightest are still struggling with say, AI. "Cosmic Horror" is more likely than "Cosmmic Enlightnement" I'd say.


Moore has a point, most conspiracy theorists do look for comfort without realizing it's equally helpless if one of these theories is true, as if none of them are. I roll my eyes when I hear some poor redneck talking about their abduction or the fact that they're RH negative, because you can tell that makes them feel special...

Yeah, pretty much.


Truth is none of it matters and it's fun entertainment, remember;

Man only suffers because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun.

Well, that's... depressing...


Sure thing.

Thanks!

GasparZizou
02-26-2017, 05:21 PM
I had a similar conversation with a pal of mine last week. There's absolutely an "elite", somewhere, it's just when they go full into "killing babies to appease Q-Satan of the 4th Dimension" that it gets too nuts for my tastes. Then again, there have been real killers who've done worse things, so "Satan" or not, maybe they're just that ****ed up.
Here's the thing, who knows what these people mean when they say Satan.

Did you know what we know today as Satan came from the Sumerians? It was the god Enki who loved humanity and warned Atra-Hasis (Noah) of the impending deluge that Enlil(God) "sent", who was later turned into the adversary, who knows how the Abrahamic concept of Satan came into being, but it was Enki who took Adam into the garden of Eden and gave him the gift discernment, he's also been depicted as Prometheus.



It depends, I'd say. Obviously an "I like not knowing" attitude is more comforting, but on the other hand, so is an "I've talked with Greys, met God and caught a glimpse of Heaven". Like I say, the truth is somewhere in the middle. When you dig into the 2008 crash, the current financial crises all around the world and whatnot, it's hard to agree with Moore on everything. But I'm not sure "Reptilians and Martians" is true either.
I think the reptilian thing is misinterpreted, I don't think they are reptilian in the literal scaly skin sense, just like people misinterpret the "holographic" universe theory.

But then again, there are theories like the flat earth or that the Bogdanoff's are the actual heads of the reptilian Illuminati, so what do I know?



Oh, I wasn't saying the opposite. I merely don't think that such (a) Being(s) would ultimately care about humanity, or any other race. Certainly not enough for "Elite Bloodlines" to have all the answers of the Universe when our brightest are still struggling with say, AI. "Cosmic Horror" is more likely than "Cosmmic Enlightnement" I'd say.
I agree, I think Lovecraft had it right.

In my mind the divine law includes positive and negative, the day and night of Brahma (that only now science is considering as "The Big Bounce"), nested dimensions, etc etc, but we can't possibly know all that, it's outside our scope of conscience and I think that is by design the same way we can only perceive 3 dimensions.



Well, that's... depressing...
It's empowering man, that means you can slack off on weekends reading comics and you won't go to hell for sloth, and then reincarnate and keep doing it.

But then you'll never ascend... So, decisions :lol



Thanks!
No problem, found a link that has many knowledge bombs by a prolific anon, obviously most of it sounds ridiculous but it's a fun read.

Sent to you and Prince.

xipotec
02-26-2017, 06:24 PM
This thread..

https://media.giphy.com/media/JH4C2fkBs7X2M/giphy.gif


THe BFG. 7/10



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darthkostis
02-27-2017, 12:29 AM
Here's the thing, who knows what these people mean when they say Satan.

Did you know what we know today as Satan came from the Sumerians? It was the god Enki who loved humanity and warned Atra-Hasis (Noah) of the impending deluge that Enlil(God) "sent", who was later turned into the adversary, who knows how the Abrahamic concept of Satan came into being, but it was Enki who took Adam into the garden of Eden and gave him the gift discernment, he's also been depicted as Prometheus.

Yeah, I've read about how the Satan of today is just an amalgamation of different people/descriptions/versions. I've never read anything about the Enki thing, but the whole "personification" thing always rubbed me off, so I'm not really into it. As soon as Gods from various mythologies start popping up, I'm usually out.



I think the reptilian thing is misinterpreted, I don't think they are reptilian in the literal scaly skin sense, just like people misinterpret the "holographic" universe theory.

But then again, there are theories like the flat earth or that the Bogdanoff's are the actual heads of the reptilian Illuminati, so what do I know?

It could be. But I'm not putting much stock in anything that paranormal. There's a "hidden truth" out there, but it's probably more "mundane".

Yea, I remember reading something about it a while back.


I agree, I think Lovecraft had it right.

In my mind the divine law includes positive and negative, the day and night of Brahma (that only now science is considering as "The Big Bounce"), nested dimensions, etc etc, but we can't possibly know all that, it's outside our scope of conscience and I think that is by design the same way we can only perceive 3 dimensions.

Well, maybe one day we'll get to know about it.


It's empowering man, that means you can slack off on weekends reading comics and you won't go to hell for sloth, and then reincarnate and keep doing it.

But then you'll never ascend... So, decisions :lol

Yeah but I've still got that internal guilt telling me that I'm a lazy bastard, so no slacking off for me!



No problem, found a link that has many knowledge bombs by a prolific anon, obviously most of it sounds ridiculous but it's a fun read.

Sent to you and Prince.

http://i.imgur.com/rvKFwxD.gif


This thread..

https://media.giphy.com/media/JH4C2fkBs7X2M/giphy.gif


https://media.giphy.com/media/12daSnwmfyiCKk/giphy.gif



http://i.imgur.com/r2n3cK2.gif



https://68.media.tumblr.com/ed02ccc0a1c451883df5c56ded3e5b78/tumblr_od4942i8Fk1qd9jlto3_1280.png

Captain Clown
02-27-2017, 06:51 PM
X-Men: Days of Future Past - 8/10

Batman Begins - 7.5/10

wanderlai
02-27-2017, 06:54 PM
Great Wall - 5/10
Get Out - 6/10

Centurion
02-27-2017, 10:59 PM
The Battle of the Five Armies. 8/10

Uncle Bingo
02-27-2017, 11:06 PM
The Accountant 8/10

darthkostis
02-27-2017, 11:10 PM
Hell or High Water: 7.5/10

Patriot666
02-28-2017, 08:27 AM
The Mighty Ducks 2 - 2/10 Garbage movie that I enjoyed watching lol.

Captain Clown
02-28-2017, 01:37 PM
Arrival - 7.5/10 The aliens were cool but I didn't care about Amy Adams' story.

Sweet Rabbit
03-01-2017, 08:26 AM
E.T. - 10/10

Patriot666
03-01-2017, 05:54 PM
X-Men Apocalypse 3D - 8/10 First view, really liked it. I really like the new Magneto and Xavier actors, they're pretty much the main reason I enjoy the new X-Men movies so much. They also have a great chemistry as friends/adversaries.

Sin City - 7.6/10 Also my first view, enjoyable. So many gun shot wounds lol.

ChaserFan
03-01-2017, 10:40 PM
Logan - 8.5/10

Centurion
03-02-2017, 10:11 AM
Arrival - 7.5/10 The aliens were cool but I didn't care about Amy Adams' story.

Agreed. The movie got a little too much involved with her life. I get that she's the main actress, but I want to learn more about the alien visitors.

GasparZizou
03-02-2017, 10:28 AM
That's 75% the point of that movie, her story.

Best sci-fi is the one that makes you look to the stars as well as look to humanity, it's irrelevant to know more about the aliens in the context of that story, they have a defined role and they fulfill it.

It's not so much about the aliens as it is about how we would deal with hypothetical predestination.

RIDDICK
03-02-2017, 10:31 AM
Jessica Jones "AKA Ladies Night" - 10/10

Patriot666
03-02-2017, 04:24 PM
The Amazing Spiderman 2 3D - 8/10 I just love all Spiderman movies, what can I say?

Ropen
03-02-2017, 09:49 PM
Logan 10/10


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The Clown Prince of Crime
03-03-2017, 01:20 PM
Logan - 8.5/10

batfan08
03-03-2017, 01:25 PM
Logan-10/10

batfan08
03-03-2017, 01:25 PM
Logan - 8.5/10

Got around to seeing it, I see!

a-dev
03-03-2017, 01:31 PM
Tomorrow night for me. Can't wait.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-03-2017, 01:36 PM
Got around to seeing it, I see!

Yup, it's very good.

Patriot666
03-03-2017, 02:55 PM
Dang I gotta see a Logan...


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Captain Clown
03-03-2017, 04:40 PM
That's 75% the point of that movie, her story.

Best sci-fi is the one that makes you look to the stars as well as look to humanity, it's irrelevant to know more about the aliens in the context of that story, they have a defined role and they fulfill it.

It's not so much about the aliens as it is about how we would deal with hypothetical predestination.

I get that. I liked everyone trying to figure out what the aliens were saying & communicating with them, but I could care less about "do u wanna make a baby?" :lol

GasparZizou
03-03-2017, 05:42 PM
I liked everyone trying to figure out what the aliens were saying & communicating with them
Yeah it was cool but that was the filler; the linguistics and the aliens, only the vehicle.


but I could care less about "do u wanna make a baby?" :lol
But... That's literally the point, that's the core of the story, why even bother with this without the human side? For the cool aliens and Amy Adams saving the world? :lol


I get that.
b-but.... The point! |:L

marvinmyles
03-03-2017, 05:53 PM
LOGAN 7.5/10

Captain Clown
03-03-2017, 05:59 PM
Yeah it was cool but that was the filler; the linguistics and the aliens, only the vehicle.


But... That's literally the point, that's the core of the story, why even bother with this without the human side? For the cool aliens and Amy Adams saving the world? :lol


b-but.... The point! |:L

I know... I'm sorry... I just liked the alien parts the most... sorry, I know I'm dumb. :lol

thedopefreshness
03-03-2017, 06:03 PM
I know no movie's perfect but this one was for me...
Logan 10/10

GasparZizou
03-03-2017, 06:05 PM
I know... I'm sorry... I just liked the alien parts the most... sorry, I know I'm dumb. :lol
It's not that, it's that you focused on the flashy parts and that triggers me :lol but the flashy parts are cool, in fact I wonder if a sequel could be made, seems like this story has 2001 franchise potential in terms of expansion, the sequel wouldn't need to be so personal and could almost just jump the shark.

We could see more of dem cool tentacles like it's Japan in the 2000's.

Junkion
03-03-2017, 06:12 PM
I also liked the cool aliens, Prometheus spaceship, and clever concept about the nature of squidward's phonics but the fact that it was all in support of super-manipulative kleenex bait ruined it for me. I would have liked that suit hung on a more nuanced emotional core.

GasparZizou
03-03-2017, 06:21 PM
But it wasn't about their phonics, they even mentioned their "spoken" language and their written language are isolated from each other.

Emontional? Yes, Manipulative? Huh? I suppose all movies aspire to be emotionally manipulative to some extend, but there's no ill intention here.

Junkion
03-03-2017, 09:14 PM
But it wasn't about their phonics, they even mentioned their "spoken" language and their written language are isolated from each other.

Emontional? Yes, Manipulative? Huh? I suppose all movies aspire to be emotionally manipulative to some extend, but there's no ill intention here.



It was about the result of learning their language, as the protagonist did. But it only served a terribly heavy-handed broad-stroke drama. I didn't find it emotionally involving because it was swinging at low fruit with a hammer. Child illness and death should be treaded lightly lest it feel exploitative. I feel the same way about something like Dragon Tattoo that uses rape as a shortcut to get the audience behind the anti-heroine.

It's not ill-will. Just disappointingly common for a movie that had a few neat tricks along the way.

xipotec
03-03-2017, 09:29 PM
Careful with plot spoilers please........

Tags are friends "[spolier]"

Goonies 8/10



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GasparZizou
03-03-2017, 09:34 PM
It was about the result of learning their language, as the protagonist did. But it only served a terribly heavy-handed broad-stroke drama. I didn't find it emotionally involving because it was swinging at low fruit with a hammer. Child illness and death should be treaded lightly lest it feel exploitative. I feel the same way about something like Dragon Tattoo that uses rape as a shortcut to get the audience behind the anti-heroine.
That's not phonics though.

So, trauma in general is low hanging fruit? Now that's a broad stroke. What exactly makes it exploitative?



It's not ill-will. Just disappointingly common for a movie that had a few neat tricks along the way.
Death is a common theme in movies. Yes.

MarvelFirst
03-03-2017, 09:59 PM
Hacksaw Ridge 9/10
Operation Avalanche 7/10
Arrival 3/10
X-men Appocalipse 9/10
Cap America Civil War 7/10
The Yong Pope 9/10


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MarvelFirst
03-03-2017, 10:01 PM
Gantz:0 9/10

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MarvelFirst
03-03-2017, 10:07 PM
Deepwater Horizon 7/10
The girl on the train 1/10
Numb 7/10
Beyond the edge 8/10
Snowden 9.5/10

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GasparZizou
03-03-2017, 10:09 PM
http://i.imgur.com/wbQ9Z45.gif

Junkion
03-04-2017, 05:13 AM
That's not phonics though.

So, trauma in general is low hanging fruit? Now that's a broad stroke. What exactly makes it exploitative?


Death is a common theme in movies. Yes.

Yes, it's not phonics and I also realize they're not literally from bikini bottom. :lol

Obviously I'm only talking about the movies Imentioned and their presentation. If you want to build straw men, good luck with the crows! :wave

Junkion
03-04-2017, 05:48 AM
Careful with plot spoilers please........

Tags are friends "[spolier]"

Goonies 8/10



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Whoops, sorry - added tags. :duff

GasparZizou
03-04-2017, 02:48 PM
Yes, it's not phonics and I also realize they're not literally from bikini bottom. :lol

Obviously I'm only talking about the movies Imentioned and their presentation. If you want to build straw men, good luck with the crows! :wave
Thats not a straw man, you are talking in broad strokes without giving specifics for 2 movies that tackle 2 sensitive subjects with tact, but if you dont like the exploration of traumatic stuff, thats understandable, movies are for f-u-n after all.

Junkion
03-04-2017, 02:58 PM
Thats not a straw man, you are talking in broad strokes without giving specifics for 2 movies that tackle 2 sensitive subjects with tact, but if you dont like the exploration of traumatic stuff, thats understandable, movies are for f-u-n after all.

You took my specific criticism about the brief inclusion of terrible trauma in both movies to quickly elicit audience empathy (without developing any substantial characterization, examination, etc.) and said, "So, trauma in general is low hanging fruit? Now that's a broad stroke." That's a straw man argument.

I don't mean to sound snotty, I do like discussion, but it seems more like you just want to stir the pot with anyone who doesn't like the movie you like. I'd suggest you look into poor argument tactics if you actually do want to discuss things at length. Also the various definitions of exploitation since you asked. It's tiresome if you have to explain both sides of the argument to the person you're engaging with.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-04-2017, 03:04 PM
http://i.imgur.com/wbQ9Z45.gif

What is that and what are they doing?

GasparZizou
03-04-2017, 03:10 PM
You took my specific criticism about the brief inclusion of terrible trauma in both movies to quickly elicit audience empathy (without developing any substantial characterization, examination, etc.) and said, "So, trauma in general is low hanging fruit? Now that's a broad stroke." That's a straw man argument.
1. the usage fits Arrival, for obvious reasons.
2. Lisbeth has already been introduced and you have a very good grasp of her character before they drop that stuff on you.

So no, it's not.



I don't mean to sound snotty, I do like discussion, but it seems more like you just want to stir the pot with anyone who doesn't like the movie you like. I'd suggest you look into poor argument tactics if you actually do want to discuss things at length. Also the various definitions of exploitation since you asked. It's tiresome if you have to explain both sides of the argument to the person you're engaging with.
You don't sound snotty, you sound like you just don't like sad stuff.

I'm fine with people not liking movies, but when people say more objective things, I ask for reasons, if you don't have them, that's alright.

I did't ask what's exploitation, I asked why is it exploitative, I suppose I already got my answer above, it's not much, but I guess that's what I have to work with in this place.

GasparZizou
03-04-2017, 03:11 PM
What is that and what are they doing?

They are hamster girls and they are dancing, but they are different persons, they are not the same.

darthkostis
03-04-2017, 03:19 PM
They are hamster girls and they are dancing, but they are different persons, they are not the same.

328170

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-04-2017, 03:22 PM
They are hamster girls and they are dancing, but they are different persons, they are not the same.

I don't know what any of that means, but they're cute.

GasparZizou
03-04-2017, 03:23 PM
https://i.makeagif.com/media/8-13-2015/dVRIqn.gif

MooseOnTheLoose
03-04-2017, 03:40 PM
Logan - 7.5/10

Junkion
03-04-2017, 05:01 PM
1. the usage fits Arrival, for obvious reasons.
2. Lisbeth has already been introduced and you have a very good grasp of her character before they drop that stuff on you.

So no, it's not.


You don't sound snotty, you sound like you just don't like sad stuff.

I'm fine with people not liking movies, but when people say more objective things, I ask for reasons, if you don't have them, that's alright.

I did't ask what's exploitation, I asked why is it exploitative, I suppose I already got my answer above, it's not much, but I guess that's what I have to work with in this place.

It by "fits" you mean they used a shortcut to tearjerk the audience, I agree. As for "you don't like sad stuff" - again, look up fallacious argument. I already said I'm only addressing these poor (IMO) examples. I gave my reasons, explicitly. And the exploitive nature is evident in the definition of "exploitation" and an honest viewing of the movies, whether you agree with the assessment or not. I can understand why people like these movies even if I disagree on the whole (there's quality filmmaking in both).

I'll leave it at that. Enjoy the last word if you must. :duff

wanderlai
03-04-2017, 05:04 PM
Logan 9.5/10

GasparZizou
03-04-2017, 05:14 PM
It by "fits" you mean they used a shortcut to tearjerk the audience, I agree.
If by shortcut you mean that it was correctly used within a narrative device, great!



As for "you don't like sad stuff" - again, look up fallacious argument.
My bad, I just assumed that you didn't like good examples of how this stuff should be handled then you didn't like them at all.


I already said I'm only addressing these poor (IMO) examples. I gave my reasons, explicitly.
You did? Oh I have to re-read your posts then, all I saw were broad strokes... Unless you mean the 2 points I addressed, then they were just plain incorrect.



And the exploitive nature is evident in the definition of "exploitation" and an honest viewing of the movies, whether you agree with the assessment or not.
Oh, then you misused exploitation, just like you did phonics, shortcut and straw man. All makes sense now.



I'll leave it at that. Enjoy the last word if you must. :duff
:duff

It was good, thanks.

Sweet Rabbit
03-04-2017, 05:33 PM
328170

What? :lol

KryptoSlush
03-04-2017, 05:45 PM
Doctor Strange 5.5/10

Some nice visuals, but the typically perfunctory MCU story told in the most obvious and contemptuous manner possible. The humor is also horribly out of place and ruins the majority of the most interesting sequences and moments.

GasparZizou
03-04-2017, 06:00 PM
Doctor Strange 5.5/10

Some nice visuals, but the typically perfunctory MCU story told in the most obvious and contemptuous manner possible. The humor is also horribly out of place and ruins the majority of the most interesting sequences and moments.
I agree. They had a fantastic topic to go nuts, and have people eat it up since everybody loves Marvel, and they just tiptoed around it and remade Thor The Dark World, what bugs me the most is how they wasted Mads, just have a random no-name if your villain is villains/template03, the performances were surprisingly good though, Cumberbatch seems somewhat committed.

Some of the action was imaginative but sadly the rest was just anime :lol And it's 90% on RT :rotfl how?

jstep13
03-04-2017, 06:15 PM
Logan 9/10...believe the hype

KryptoSlush
03-04-2017, 06:56 PM
I agree. They had a fantastic topic to go nuts, and have people eat it up since everybody loves Marvel, and they just tiptoed around it and remade Thor The Dark World, what bugs me the most is how they wasted Mads, just have a random no-name if your villain is villains/template03, the performances were surprisingly good though, Cumberbatch seems somewhat committed.

Some of the action was imaginative but sadly the rest was just anime :lol And it's 90% on RT :rotfl how?

The MCU has a history of wasting so much talent with bland and uninvolving villains. Mads, Hugo Weaving, Guy Pearce, Lee Pace, Mickey Rourke, Christopher Eccleston, and so on. The only villain in any of these movies that has come close to being a fully realized character was Ultron, a digital creation, which speaks volumes about how important the flesh and blood actors are to their films.

Seriously, this film should have been called "Mystical Iron Man Begins Reloaded."

Captain Clown
03-04-2017, 07:30 PM
Logan - 9.5/10


It's not that, it's that you focused on the flashy parts and that triggers me :lol but the flashy parts are cool, in fact I wonder if a sequel could be made, seems like this story has 2001 franchise potential in terms of expansion, the sequel wouldn't need to be so personal and could almost just jump the shark.

We could see more of dem cool tentacles like it's Japan in the 2000's.

I was pretty out of it during my first viewing, so I'll give it another watch. Sorry. :lol

karamazov80
03-04-2017, 09:07 PM
Hell or High Water: 8.5/10

Excellent film

TonTon
03-04-2017, 10:25 PM
I liked Arrival and didn't think the Amy Adams personal story was about tear-jerking, at least I didn't find it very effective if that's what it was going for. To me it fit in with the ...

... circular nature of the movie and the language that they gave her and how it fit into choices that humans make, it was an extension of the sci-fi element that the aliens introduced and some of the life/death decisions that were being made by the generals/governments.

RIDDICK
03-05-2017, 12:02 AM
And it's 90% on RT :rotfl how?
Disney effect.

Sweet Rabbit
03-05-2017, 03:30 AM
The Karate Kid - 9/10

Sweet Rabbit
03-05-2017, 05:22 AM
The Karate Kid II - 8/10

karamazov80
03-05-2017, 05:48 AM
The Karate Kid - 9/10
Jayden Smith is really going places.

Sweet Rabbit
03-05-2017, 05:49 AM
Jayden Smith is really going places.

It's the original :lol

Sweet Rabbit
03-05-2017, 07:14 AM
The Karate Kid III - 6/10

a-dev
03-05-2017, 08:51 AM
The Karate Kid III - 6/10

I actually like this one the best :monkey3


Anyway - Logan - 9/10 (at least)

RIDDICK
03-05-2017, 10:13 AM
Logan - 6/10

a-dev
03-05-2017, 10:17 AM
Logan - 6/10

Low-gan?

RIDDICK
03-05-2017, 10:36 AM
Low tier, yeah. :lol

rushmore223
03-05-2017, 06:10 PM
Logan - 8/10

Best of the 3. Was the handholding scene taken out of the movie or did I blink and miss it? Thought the violence was a bit gratuitous, guess they wanted to make sure it got an R.

Deeznutz6
03-05-2017, 06:13 PM
Logan - 8/10

Best of the 3. Was the handholding scene taken out of the movie or did I blink and miss it? Thought the violence was a bit gratuitous, guess they wanted to make sure it got an R.

She held his arm

I give it the same 8/10 enjoyed it

Blade3327
03-05-2017, 06:39 PM
Logan - 6/10

A 7 on a good day. Brilliant performances from the three leads, but the film is mostly a sluggish crawl punctuated by repetitive, mind-numbingly brutal action sequences. Comparable to a slow-burning western if ten peoples' faces got skewered every thirty minutes. I certainly don't have a problem with a bit of the ol' ultraviolence, but it feels so out of place here -- not to mention difficult to relate to. My teeth were gritted and my legs restless by the end of hour one. The movie really only has two notes. Not how I'd do an R-rated Wolverine outing.

EVILFACE
03-05-2017, 11:22 PM
Logan - 8.5/10

Delirium (1979) - 6/10

Night of Horror - 4/10

Warcraft - 6/10

I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore - 6/10

31 - 3/10 - Rob Zombie.....Devil's Rejects must have been a fluke. Though I liked The Lords of Salem. 31 is just a garbage Texas Chainsaw and Running Man mash up. Once you find out his woman isn't one of the killers, you know she will be final girl.

EXOTICLEX
03-05-2017, 11:37 PM
Logan - 9/10 Enjoyed it a lot. Can't believe there will be no mas Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. I think they really missed out not having an end credits scene. Prof X and Wolvie's exchanges were fantastic.

Captain Clown
03-05-2017, 11:52 PM
Logan - 9/10 Enjoyed it a lot. Can't believe there will be no mas Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. I think they really missed out not having an end credits scene. Prof X and Wolvie's exchanges were fantastic.

What else was there to add? :lol

a-dev
03-06-2017, 12:03 AM
What else was there to add? :lol

''Hugh Jackman's Logan will return in _________''

:monkey2

Captain Clown
03-06-2017, 12:27 AM
''Hugh Jackman's Logan will return in _________''

:monkey2

It's better this way... :monkey2

...But I may or may not have cried tears of joy if that had been the end-credits scene.

RIDDICK
03-06-2017, 01:13 AM
Logan - 6/10

I know that feel, bro...

https://media.giphy.com/media/fu8LiptfDQEE/source.gif

ZaCHw117
03-06-2017, 10:19 AM
Get Out: 8/10

weird movie, but good. saw the twist coming a mile away though.

Centurion
03-06-2017, 10:50 AM
Get Out: 8/10

weird movie, but good. saw the twist coming a mile away though.

Ahh, that's too bad.
I love a good twist ending, but not if it's obvious.
I'm still going to check this out at some point. Thanks for the feedback.

ZaCHw117
03-06-2017, 11:04 AM
Ahh, that's too bad.
I love a good twist ending, but not if it's obvious.
I'm still going to check this out at some point. Thanks for the feedback.

def check it out. out of my friends I was the only one who called it, so you may not see it coming.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-06-2017, 08:14 PM
What else was there to add? :lol

X-24 wakes up with amnesia after getting "killed."

Snake Plissken
03-07-2017, 07:56 AM
Dallas Buyers Club - 10/10

Hackers - theinterpretationoftheinternetinthemid90swasretard ed/10

Mad Old Lu
03-07-2017, 08:09 AM
Manchester by the Sea: 5/10

Great performances, but just didn't feel like it went anywhere. It had almost no character arcs, just the tiniest hints of them which ultimately made the story feel incomplete, like a very narrow slice of their lives that felt inconsequential despite the events that brought them together. The wife didn't like it either.

GeneralZodLives
03-07-2017, 09:09 AM
Hackers - theinterpretationoftheinternetinthemid90swasretard ed/10

:lol The tech is horribly dated now but at least there was a flash of Angelina Jolie's boobs.

Snake Plissken
03-07-2017, 09:19 AM
:lol The tech is horribly dated now but at least there was a flash of Angelina Jolie's boobs.

There's a scene where they're hacking the big evil computer at the end, and they're all in rotating phone booths in the train station... CRINGE :lol

I always liked her nude scenes Gia (only reason I watched it).

Jesus, she used to be such a piece of ass. Now I just want to put her on a feeding tube.

GeneralZodLives
03-07-2017, 09:21 AM
There's a scene where they're hacking the big evil computer at the end, and they're all in rotating phone booths in the train station... CRINGE :lol

I always liked her nude scenes Gia (only reason I watched it).

Jesus, she used to be such a piece of ass.

Gia is the go-to for nekkid Jolie. :drool

amvmm
03-07-2017, 05:47 PM
Logan - 9/10. Great!

ZaCHw117
03-07-2017, 06:03 PM
I really need to see Logan.

Darkseed
03-07-2017, 09:13 PM
Over the past two weeks watched the following:

Logan - 8.5
Lethal Weapon - 8.5
Lethal Weapon 2 - 8.0
Fight Club - 8.0
Tombstone - 7.0
Jerry McGuire - 7.0
Private Parts 6.5

filip629
03-07-2017, 09:48 PM
Hell or High Water: 8.5/10

Excellent film

YES! It really is a hell of a flick. I've seen it multiple times.

filip629
03-07-2017, 09:53 PM
John Wick 2 is a 8.5/10 for me. If you liked the 1st one, you'll like the sequel.
Logan 7.5/10 for me. Easily the best Wolverine solo movie, but that ain't saying much. It was pretty predictable IMO. However, the chemistry between the 3 leads was very good and the action is what we've been waiting a long time for. No punches pulled in this one.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-07-2017, 09:58 PM
Victor Frankenstein 4.5/10

Patriot666
03-08-2017, 09:09 AM
I really need to see Logan.

Was gonna see it today but it's too sunny and nice out. Going tomorrow. :)

Ropen
03-08-2017, 09:43 AM
Fantastic Beats and where to find them: 7/10


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Patriot666
03-08-2017, 11:28 AM
Poltergeist 3D (remake) - 4/10

A decent attempt, and I love most of Sam Rami's stuff (minus the turkey baster lol). I give it points for having a couple of tense scary moments. Otherwise what really ruined it for me was that they used every generic scare tactic. It's like they exhausted the scary movie bag of tricks. Not to mention it's a movie that didn't need to be remade, but I leave that out of my judgement of the film.

Uncle Bingo
03-08-2017, 09:30 PM
Logan - 4/10 on first viewing. My hype level was extreme for this movie, too extreme, and it did hurt my overall enjoyment of it.

ChaserFan
03-09-2017, 12:15 AM
Kong: Skull Island - 8/10

a-dev
03-09-2017, 01:58 AM
Logan - 4/10 on first viewing. My hype level was extreme for this movie, too extreme, and it did hurt my overall enjoyment of it.

That's the problem when everyone else is raving about a film before you get to see it. It potentially sets you up for disappointment.

karamazov80
03-09-2017, 06:03 AM
Whiplash:9/10

Tense, visceral film. And some pretty damn good music to boot. Philly Jo Jones ftw.

Snake Plissken
03-09-2017, 08:38 AM
Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn - 9/10

Patriot666
03-09-2017, 03:43 PM
Lords of Salem - 2/10 Not good.

Logan - 8/10 Very good.

Prince_Planet
03-09-2017, 08:31 PM
Logan was great.

I liked it.

xipotec
03-09-2017, 09:41 PM
Super 8 7/10

Evil ET.....but fun, definetly the precursor to Stranger Things...


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Khev
03-09-2017, 09:43 PM
Super 8 7/10

Evil ET.....but fun, definetly the precursor to Stranger Things...


I find Super 8 to be an endearing little gem. And Michael Giacchino's score alone practically makes the movie.

GasparZizou
03-09-2017, 09:47 PM
I also like Super 8, I remember when it came out it got lackluster reviews so I never felt like watching it, until I did, and I liked it a lot.

I still wonder if it's somehow tied to the Cloververse.

ZaCHw117
03-09-2017, 10:12 PM
Logan: 9/10

one hell of a goddamn movie.

Patriot666
03-10-2017, 07:15 AM
Logan had a handful of very touching moments. Beautiful really. Had me tearing up tbo. Great movie.

karamazov80
03-10-2017, 08:06 AM
Super 8 was a classier, more restrained version of Stranger Things. . .but I liked it a lot less.

Justice League: Dark: 7/10

*spoilers* I liked a lot of this one, particularly Constantine (who was the star of the movie really), but was disappointed with how Swamp Thing was integrated and used. They shouldn't have even bothered including him if they couldn't think of a better rationale for it, but since he's one of the more recognizable Vertigo-types, I guess they felt obligated. At least they kept his drive and moral focus more or less the same as it was in the Moore run. Not sure why Holland's body was still inside him, though? Or what happened when he was separated from it? Seems like they should have addressed that. . .

Also, I guess this is Nu 52 Dr. Destiny, but I thought he was much more interesting as handled by Neil Gaiman in Sandman. Essentially the equivalent of a Bat-villain nut-job who just so happens to have these powers, and whose powers drive him madder and madder over time, rather than some super powered wizard from medieval times. If you haven't read it, that was one of the more memorable, and disturbing arcs of the whole Sandman run, btw.

http://i.imgur.com/Zpki7JO.png

GeneralZodLives
03-10-2017, 09:36 AM
Dr. Destiny was so well done in Sandman. After reading those books, it's the only way I want to see him portrayed.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-10-2017, 09:29 PM
Arrival- 6.5/10 It's alright...but not great at all. I'm pretty sure there are more clever ways to tell the same story in a more entertaining way. The "flashbacks" are a nice trick though.

marvinmyles
03-10-2017, 09:52 PM
Skull Island 4.5/10

karamazov80
03-10-2017, 11:37 PM
Logan: 7.5/10

Really good. Certainly unusual and genre defying, and probably tied with war zone for the most violent super hero movie I can think of. And a nice coda to jackman in this role. But I enjoyed Apocalypse more. . . *runs away from angry mob*

karamazov80
03-11-2017, 01:21 AM
Danny Collins: 6.75/10

a-dev
03-11-2017, 07:35 AM
Logan: 7.5/10

Really good. Certainly unusual and genre defying, and probably tied with war zone for the most violent super hero movie I can think of. And a nice coda to jackman in this role. But I enjoyed Apocalypse more. . . *runs away from angry mob*

I agree, I enjoyed the sleep I had in the cinema that time.

karamazov80
03-11-2017, 08:22 AM
I agree, I enjoyed the sleep I had in the cinema that time.
http://i.imgur.com/ftT34go.gif

a-dev
03-11-2017, 08:29 AM
Which reminds me, I wonder which version of T2 is getting the 3D treatment, theatrical or special edition.

karamazov80
03-11-2017, 08:57 AM
Battle across time is all the 3d t2 anyone could ever ask for.

wanderlai
03-11-2017, 05:15 PM
Kong 7/10

RIDDICK
03-11-2017, 05:23 PM
Which reminds me, I wonder which version of T2 is getting the 3D treatment, theatrical or special edition.
Here's hope it includes everything BUT the 2029 happy ending.

xipotec
03-11-2017, 05:39 PM
Battle across time is all the 3d t2 anyone could ever ask for.


or want....ever

GasparZizou
03-11-2017, 09:08 PM
Logan - 7/10

Give the rights back to Fox!

Very interesting movie, may be better than TDK.


Arrival- 6.5/10 It's alright...but not great at all.
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-_ylAO7B0s6s/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAEw/x3_AaEXVMy8/photo.jpg

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-11-2017, 09:27 PM
:lol:lol

Yeah, finally saw it.

I thought the images were flashbacks at first, but then once you get what it is, there rest is just alright.

I can't say I agree with her decision. Very cruel, imo.

TonTon
03-11-2017, 09:54 PM
Seems to be a religious decision. Or at least a decision that does already occur in real life. Thought it was an interesting take on that idea--where is the line, etc.

GasparZizou
03-11-2017, 10:06 PM
:lol:lol

Yeah, finally saw it.

I thought the images were flashbacks at first, but then once you get what it is, there rest is just alright.

I can't say I agree with her decision. Very cruel, imo.

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The Clown Prince of Crime
03-11-2017, 10:17 PM
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I wish it was out of reach :lol

I can't believe it got a best picture nomination.

If that film can get nominated, then perhaps Logan has a small chance.

GasparZizou
03-11-2017, 10:29 PM
I wish it was out of reach :lol

I can't believe it got a best picture nomination.

If that film can get nominated, then perhaps Logan has a small chance.
I mean it, if you think her decision is cruel you did miss a little something.

MooseOnTheLoose
03-11-2017, 10:34 PM
Hacksaw Ridge - 7.5/10

GasparZizou
03-11-2017, 11:26 PM
Her decision is not why I gave it a low score. I just didn't think it was nice.

From my POV, I wouldn't have a kid if I know she's going to get sick and die a slow painful death.
No I know, I'm sure I can contest the low score on its own, I'm just saying you're not looking at the big picture if you think she's being cruel.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-11-2017, 11:28 PM
I mean it, if you think her decision is cruel you did miss a little something.

Her decision is not why I gave it a low score.

As far as the decision, I wouldn't have a kid if I knew she was going to get sick and die a slow painful death.

a-dev
03-11-2017, 11:36 PM
.....did Gaspar learn an alien language that somehow enabled him to see Clown Prince's post before he wrote it? What's going on here?

GasparZizou
03-11-2017, 11:40 PM
.....did Gaspar learn an alien language that somehow enabled him to see Clown Prince's post before he wrote it? What's going on here?
yes, I am the wokest.

Prince is now going to post the pic of a muscle woman.

Captain Clown
03-11-2017, 11:57 PM
.....did Gaspar learn an alien language that somehow enabled him to see Clown Prince's post before he wrote it? What's going on here?

Gaspar must've gotten that alien gift Amy Adams got from Abbott and Costello

cerealkeller
03-11-2017, 11:58 PM
Logan 8.5/ 10. I loved it. Hugh and Patrick will be missed! I did feel the language felt a little forced at times, but only from Professor X. It just felt a little out of place but it could also be because I'm just not used to that in an XMen film. But this is pretty much everything I ever wanted in a Wolverine movie. And X-23 was fantastic!!!!

All in all a great western type film which ended a stellar run for Hugh Jackman. He should be damn proud.


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The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 12:05 AM
yes, I am the wokest.

Prince is now going to post the pic of a muscle woman.

I get the big picture. Free will, choosing her future, accepting the bad because of the good moments.. Blah blah blah.

To me it's selfish. She's OK with the pain...She might even be ready for it. But what about the kid though...And to a lesser extent, the guy? It's like, great..Good for you lady, you met some aliens and can understand time differently....You still should have told the guy everything before getting pregnant....If...He's even ok with putting his kid go through that.

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 12:11 AM
I get the big picture. Free will, choosing her future, accepting the bad because of the good moments.. Blah blah blah.

To me it's selfish. She's OK with the pain...She might even be ready for it. But what about the kid though...And to a lesser extent, the guy? It's like, great..Good for you lady, you met some aliens and can understand time differently....You still should have told the guy everything before getting pregnant....If...He's even ok with putting his kid go through that.
Rhhhhh... You're not quite there yet.

Which is mostly likely why she didn't tell the guy :lol

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 12:18 AM
Rhhhhh... You're not quite there yet.

Which is mostly likely why she didn't tell the guy :lol

Because he would say no.

He'd act like a rational person or real life person and say, ***** you alien lady. Because it's not like he can't have a kid with someone else,right?

The ending is like the ultimate millennial fanfiction. :lol

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 12:23 AM
You can't see it... ;_;

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 12:27 AM
You can't see it... ;_;

Alright, just tell me. Maybe I see it but I don't value it as much as you. Tell me, I really want to know.

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 12:29 AM
You know I will never do that. Not with movies I really like.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cc-ybgOqm_M

You're getting stuck in the same place people who think the phone thing is a paradox.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 12:33 AM
You know I will never do that. Not with movies I really like.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cc-ybgOqm_M

Tell me, because I will never see the film again....Wait a minute, what if by you not telling, you are doing the same thing she did?Whoa... That's terrible.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 12:35 AM
You're getting stuck in the same place people who think the phone thing is a paradox.

I don't think so. I have no problem with the phone scene.

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 12:35 AM
Tell me, because I will never see the film again....Wait a minute, what if by you not telling, you are doing the same thing she did?Whoa... That's terrible.
:lol pretty much.

You're the guy and I'm Amy Adams...

Wait! No.


I don't think so. I have no problem with the phone scene.
It stems from the same mindset, if you don't have a problem with the phone scene then you're probably pretty close.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 12:40 AM
:lol pretty much.

You're the guy and I'm Amy Adams...

Wait! No.

Is it the idea that she knows it means a lot to him, so she goes along with it anyway? Or that death isn't really what we think it is, like it happened to that one alien? Because if it's that, I still don't like it at all....So just tell me then.

MooseOnTheLoose
03-12-2017, 12:45 AM
See I didn't really have a problem with the ending but I don't see how the phone thing isn't a paradox?

Captain Clown
03-12-2017, 12:53 AM
...Can I take a guess?

Is it because she was seeing visions of the future, and since it's the future, there's nothing she could've done to stop it anyways? I'm dumb.

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 12:53 AM
See I didn't really have a problem with the ending but I don't see how the phone thing isn't a paradox?
That's because you're still thinking in time as lineal and only going forward, which is how we're supposed to perceive it, which is why Prince can't empathize with Louise.


...Can I take a guess?

Is it because she was seeing visions of the future, and since it's the future, there's nothing she could've done to stop it anyways? I'm dumb.
Kiiiinda but no, you can change things, from a certain POV.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 01:02 AM
That's because you're still thinking in time as lineal and only going forward, which is how we're supposed to perceive it, which is why Prince can't empathize with Louise.

Wait a minute, I understand that the aliens said no time. That the future, past, present is all like the same to her because she gained some sort of omnipresent perspective.

All I'm saying is, he doesn't get that and neither does the kid.

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 01:12 AM
Wait a minute, I understand that the aliens said no time. That the future, past, present is all like the same to her because she gained some sort of omnipresent perspective.

All I'm saying is, he doesn't get that and neither does the kid.
I don't think you're getting any closer, if you can understand why the phone thing is not a paradox, it should be easier to understand why she made that decision. You're still trying to argue against her decision without wondering why she made that decision to begin with

GeneralZodLives
03-12-2017, 01:45 AM
Jesus Christ. Just ****ing tell him already. :slap

xipotec
03-12-2017, 03:00 PM
I don't think you're getting any closer, if you can understand why the phone thing is not a paradox, it should be easier to understand why she made that decision. You're still trying to argue against her decision without wondering why she made that decision to begin with

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GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 03:10 PM
It's not a spoiler, you still don't know what happened, I was careful with how I phrased it.

EarlHickey98
03-12-2017, 03:14 PM
Kong: Skull Island - 8.5/10

Best monster film I've seen for some time. The fights were amazing and Kong is such a beast.

I hope NECA make a 1/6 Kong, I'd prefer a 1/4 scale but it would be too big.

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-12-2017, 03:25 PM
It's not a spoiler, you still don't know what happened, I was careful with how I phrased it.

Tell me if this info is right.

She is always watching her daughter be born, watching the aliens fly away, and suffering through the “memory” of her daughter’s death.
This is explicitly depicted in the film when Louise uses different events throughout her life to affect other occurrences, regardless of their non-sequential order. We repeatedly witness Louise interact with events in the future and the present by being simultaneously aware of both. By talking with Ian in 2016 Montana about zero sum games, she is able to help her daughter Hannah with her homework in the future. And again, with perhaps the whole future of humanity (and the heptapods 3,000 years hence) at stake, she is able to discuss with the high Chinese General Shang the details of their fateful phone call from 18 months ago… while simultaneously having that conversation at gunpoint in Montana.


Villeneuve’s film (and the Chiang story it is based on) suggests free will and choice exists if one chooses to do nothing. Time is not immutable, hence why the aliens’ presence on Earth is still high stakes for them. Presumably heptapods have long lifespans if they can perceive events 3,000 years from now, but humanity will only save them if we as a species work together right now to learn what Louise’s future book coins as “The Universal Language.”

As the ending clarifies, Louise has a choice to allow events to occur as she currently perceives them… or to not let them happen in this way, sparing her the pain of losing a daughter she already deeply loves by denying that kid a chance to even exist. As fittingly revealed out of sequence, Louise asks Ian at the end of the film that if he could see the whole story of his life, would he allow events to transpire exactly as they do? He responds with a wishy-washy answer about how he isn't sure right now. But we already know from a previous memory of the future that Louise and Ian's marriage ends because she tells him too early about what she knows. As Louise vaguely explains with paternal love to Hannah, she told Ian about the choice she made, and he thought she chose wrong.
For Ian, watching Hannah die from an incurable disease made their whole marriage, and the whole story of their shared live, unendurable. However, as with most matters in regard to bringing life into this world, it was the woman’s choice. Louise’s choice. She chose to allow Hannah to be born, and as a result, she exercised her free will by enjoying her life story’s organic telling.

I understand that. Is that still missing what you are talking about?

batfan08
03-12-2017, 06:42 PM
Thinking about Arrival, it almost seems kind of basic, on the surface. "T'is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved, at all." I do think it was a little cruel, in the sense that the film basically used Ian's character as a surrogate for Louise and Hannah's mother/daughter relationship, without really considering how it would impact him. I don't know. It's complicated. I get the idea of time being non-linear, and her being able to experience these things while knowing how everything will turn out, but it's hard for me to look past her own humanity. All that love and happiness she has for her daughter, is it only manufactured?

In a sense, it's kind of like she made a deal with the devil. She gets her happy life, but she also gets to know it's going to crumble, and she gets to know how and when it will crumble, so, I guess what I'm asking is: why? How does one reconcile the smell of their infant's head with the stench of death that they know will follow as their daughter grows, and withers away, and dies? Or is it because of that non-linear perception of time that she is able to handle it? Because she knows she's experienced all of that love before and that, in effect, she'll get to experience it, infinitely, even though, in our time, it's only 15-18 years, if it is as paradoxical as it seems?

Snake Plissken
03-12-2017, 07:58 PM
Logan - 7/10

Eh, it was alright, but should of been shorter.

GasparZizou
03-12-2017, 08:01 PM
Logan - 7/10

Eh, it was alright, but should of been shorter.

I thought it could've had more moments of x23 and Logan bonding, a la Joel and Ellie, it was mostly just fighting and logan being mean to her.

Snake Plissken
03-12-2017, 08:04 PM
I thought it could've had more moments of x23 and Logan bonding, a la Joel and Ellie, it was mostly just fighting and logan being mean to her.

Yeah you said it. There's way too much downtime, of literally nothing happening but Jackman stumbling and falling down.

karamazov80
03-12-2017, 10:31 PM
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three ('74): 7.75/10

Really good. Acting, suspense, character development all well done. Matthau was the man in the 70s.

RIDDICK
03-13-2017, 06:37 AM
Kong: Skull Island - 7/10

A nice giant monsters flick.

EVILFACE
03-13-2017, 07:03 AM
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three ('74): 7.75/10

Really good. Acting, suspense, character development all well done. Matthau was the man in the 70s.

And the Travolta one?

morphosis
03-13-2017, 08:10 AM
Logan: 1000/10

Best Marvel Movie to date!!! :)

EVILFACE
03-13-2017, 08:26 AM
Carnage Park - 3/10

Kong: Skull Island 5/10

Hacksaw Ridge - 7.3/10

Deadline Auto Theft - 6/10

The Room - 6/10

She (1984) - 2/10

The Junkman - 6/10

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-13-2017, 09:38 AM
Snowden - 7/10 - Good movie. I remember reading about him, but I didn't know all the details.

The spying on 30 million people is not part of my job scene in The Dark Knight was probably a reference to the Snowden situation. I had no idea :lol

highlander1
03-13-2017, 09:49 AM
Hulk where monsters dwell on netflix this month a Doc Strange /Hulk crossover a quick fun one give a 6.


https://youtu.be/TEvPgxhD1_E?t=4

Sweet Rabbit
03-13-2017, 01:45 PM
Rocky Balboa - 8/10

SnakeDoctor
03-14-2017, 04:57 PM
Skyfall 10/10. Took me a long while to get around to this. Well worth it. One of the best -- if not the best -- Bond movies ever made. Certainly the best cinematography in a Bond movie. Felt like an old fashioned Bond movie with a couple of modern set pieces ... especially with the brilliant set design on the underground MI6, the post-apocalyptic island, and the Skyfall climax. Just enough classic mixed in with the modern to make it feel like Ian Fleming had his hand in it ... rather than just another action movie with James Bond in it.

Just brilliant.

SnakeDoc

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-14-2017, 09:30 PM
Manchester by the Sea - 7/10

karamazov80
03-14-2017, 09:36 PM
The Arrival: 7/10

Charlie Sheen was amazing! Just kidding. Villeneuve can do no wrong. . .with my luck Blade Runner will be his first major miss in awhile.


And the Travolta one?

Haven't seen it, but I'm going to assume it is the perfect film.

Gates70
03-15-2017, 08:10 AM
Moana - 9/10 Loved it.
Arrival - 8.5/10
Suicide Squad - 7.5/10 I liked it.
Before Sunrise - 8/10
Before Sunset -8.5/10
Before Midnight - 9/10

RIDDICK
03-15-2017, 08:13 AM
The Arrival: 7/10

Charlie Sheen was amazing!
:lol :clap

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-15-2017, 07:52 PM
Hacksaw Ridge 8/10

darthkostis
03-16-2017, 05:02 PM
Assassin's Creed:

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Khev
03-16-2017, 06:52 PM
Hacksaw Ridge 8/10

One of the Top 2 films of 2016.

Captain Clown
03-16-2017, 07:20 PM
Beauty and the Beast - 8/10

The Clown Prince of Crime
03-16-2017, 09:52 PM
One of the Top 2 films of 2016.

What's the other film?

Gates70
03-17-2017, 06:54 AM
Lilies of the Field - 9.5/10 Loved it!

Khev
03-17-2017, 09:34 AM
What's the other film?

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