The last movie you've last watched last

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  1. B Rabbit

    B Rabbit Likes Dirt

    Legend of the Demon Cat.

    I liked it, not sure of the run time, seemed awfully long. Cool effects and, towards the end, quiet an emotional story. Plus I like cats.

  2. B Rabbit

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    That scene with the horses and the eye holes has to be one of my favourite all time scene.

    Goddammit! This is a raid! I can't see! You can't see! So what? All that matters is can the fuckin' horse see? That's a raid!
  3. wesdadude

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    The Silence of the Lambs. It was really good.

    I prefer films with a bit of closure, they don't need complete closure though. Citizen Kane almost writes off the main goal within the film as irrlevant.
  4. wesdadude

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    Trainspotting, was quite funny.
  5. mtb1611

    mtb1611 Seymour

    Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. For about the 43rd time (give or take) it. It's been emotional....
  6. pink poodle

    pink poodle Clinically Inane

    Its a fun film that one.

    And another! I haven't watched either for a long time.
  7. wesdadude

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    Couple of rewatches. The Bourne Identity, we're in Paris so it was interesting seeing the landmarks and architecture. This is the strongest of the Bourne franchise but some of the dialogue felt a bit stilted this time.

    Ocean's Eleven. Holds up quite well to a rewatch, enough foreshadowing and detail that you can pick up subsequent times. Plenty of jokes and visual comedy too. I don't think much of the win back the wife story line though.
  8. Minlak

    Minlak Pyromaniac

    Boondock Saints is good for a few re-watches to. Rock N Rolla is in the same ish style as Lock Stock as well.
  9. B Rabbit

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    Goodbye Christopher Robin- good movie, but of a sad story.

    The shape of water- some weird shit. Sounded right up my alley, chicks banging sea creatures, but in the end I enjoyed the story, had some funny bits, and who doesn't like some inter species erotica?!?.....oh, it's just me?

    Justice League- got half through and gave up.
  10. Calvin27

    Calvin27 Likes Bikes and Dirt

    I managed to get through but it was pretty bad. Never liked batman, Wonder woman ism ore eye candy than anything and aquaman is just crap concept in general (although the actor was quite good). Flash was ok but kind of annoying. If you ever need confirmation that Superman is overpowered, this is the movie for you.
  11. mtb1611

    mtb1611 Seymour

    Have seen Rock N Rolla but not Boondocks Saints, will check it out.
  12. Knuckles

    Knuckles Burner

    Tis good, in a cult sort of way. You'll either love it or hate it. There doesn't seem to be an in-between.

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  13. Minlak

    Minlak Pyromaniac

    I watched it just once assuming more goodness oh how wrong I was......
  14. wesdadude

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    Revisited Django Unchained. Still love it.
  15. wesdadude

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    The Accountant. Rather messy and some of the key characters lacked dimension.

    Girl With the Dragoon Tattoo (2011) again, this time with a mate (his first time). It's a bit different when you know everything.
  16. rowdyflat

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    Django Unchained is pretty powerful.
    BTW I object to the title it is a tautology the last movie you last watched =the first last is enough.
  17. wesdadude

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    Taxi Driver. I think I'm missing the context required to consider it a masterpiece.
  18. Minlak

    Minlak Pyromaniac

    The problem with movies like this is they have been beat up for 30 years. What makes it a masterpiece was defining when it was released not so many years down the track. For what it was in it's time is where the acclaim comes from.
  19. wesdadude

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    Nightcrawler. Left me feeling a little odd.
  20. Knuckles

    Knuckles Burner

    The Foreigner.

    6/8.3 Would bang.

    Good to see a contemporary terrorism flick that doesn't involve roided out seppos mowing down every choco in sight as revenge for their pick up being jihaded.

    Jackie was surprisingly good out of his Buster Keton, comfort zone.

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