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Old 06-08-2017, 01:13 AM   #9871
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ALIEN COVENANT
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If your into the Alien franchise then I guess you might like this, same for all Sci-Fi fans I might add. Visuals and environmental presence very impressive but thats it.

The Alien franchise is getting tired. The creature, of course, is great as always in design and execution on the screen but its the ideas for making a movie with the character, a let down since Aliens.
IMO, this wonderful concept of Aliens has gotten convoluted over the years.
Alien / Aliens had a different feel but they were original, exciting & I recall audience reactions on both making the experience that more memorable. So apart from pretty visuals on the big screen there isn't anything memorable or original for me....shame.


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Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky's second American film may well be the only existential adventure flick in Hollywood history. Two prisoners, Manny (Jon Voight) and Buck (Eric Roberts), escape from a desolate Alaskan maximum-security facility. They hop aboard a speeding train, making a clean escape. But the engineer has suffered a heart attack, and the train goes out of control. To prevent a disastrous head-on collision, the railroad heads decide to derail the runaway train, killing its occupants to save the lives of hundreds of others. Once Manny catches on to what's happening, he tries to jump off the train, only to be talked out of such a foolhardy act by railroad employee Sara (Rebecca DeMornay). As doom approaches, Manny apparently goes mad, viciously preventing any attempts to stop the train or rescue its passengers: if he's to die, and if the others are to be saved, it will be on his terms, or no terms. Runaway Train was slated as a project for Akira Kurosawa in 1970, but for various creative and scheduling reasons, it remained on the back burner for 15 years. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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Old 06-09-2017, 05:00 PM   #9874
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As much as I enjoyed ,



Seeing those beloved characters together again.
It`s just.
No didn't hate this sequel.
Only.
In terms of being as balanced as the original.
I felt it lacked tension.
Let alone any threat.
Mainly because almost everything seen or spoken was too jokey for my liking.



Hell yes you know I enjoy jokes.
But if everybody is wisecracking all the time no matter what then the film becomes a comedy and negates all else.
Let alone scenes where we`re supposed to feel a sense of tragedy.

Yes and on that cheeky (Considering I watched it for free ) note I`ll now go watch the original once more
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Old 06-10-2017, 04:16 PM   #9875
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The Divide (2011)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1535616/

Post apocalyptic horror with a small group hiding out in an apartment cellar, despite the janitor's attempts to stop them
It's an intentionally depressing film as they don't know who attacked their country and the trigger happy white NBC dressed troops add to the general air of despair.

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Old 06-10-2017, 09:42 PM   #9876
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I am really mad at Netflix. Not one of the three movies I received this week are even worth mentioning. But that's what you get for just $1.50 per movie!
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I am really mad at Netflix. Not one of the three movies I received this week are even worth mentioning. But that's what you get for just $1.50 per movie!
Well that's a dollar fifty more than I pay, but then you probably don't lie awake worrying and waiting for the Internet Police to kick your door down in the middle of the night.
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Old 06-10-2017, 11:00 PM   #9878
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I have the feeling that I watched this some years ago. Did they escape through the bog or something like that?

If so, I seem to recall it was a pretty awful, depressing film.
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I have the feeling that I watched this some years ago. Did they escape through the bog or something like that?

If so, I seem to recall it was a pretty awful, depressing film.
As I recall, I think it was Eve who was the only one to survive and I think she got out through the sewer. Although the final scene makes you wonder why she'd bother. I don't know if I liked the movie or not, watching it is hard slog, but the plot development makes sense.

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THE HERO






In The Hero Sam Elliott is Lee Hayden an actor at the twilight of his career and life
Elliott is perfect in the role never missing a beat as a man trying to make amends and peace with his life.
Laura Prepon is good as Charlotte a woman who walks into her life,at first i thought her character would be one note so it was a nice surprise that she wasnt.

There are also nice touches by Nick Offerman,Elliott's real life wife Katharine Ross and Krysten Ritter
It's cliched and padded at times but definitely worth watching

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It Comes at Night







It Comes at Night is an ambiguous im talking ambiguous witha capital A !!
As the film begins a family of 3 have secluded themselves to the woods,out of fear of some plague.
One day another family of 3 comes a knocking and the fun begins.

I would say the ambiguity works for about 75% of the films running time as the tension and suspense is raised to edge of your seat levels,its aslo well acted by the entire cast.
The hisses and a couple of boo's from the audience i watched it with may indicate how many might feel about the films conclusion,i definitely had some problems with it,and word of mouth about it may definitely alter the volume of audiences curious about the film.


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The Mummy






This 2017 The Mummy film is supposed to be the gateway to other Universal Pictures/Dark Universe monster mash franchises like Frankenstein and The Invisible Man but is this film's foundation strong enough for it to happen?

So what did i like about it.
The opening Mythology,Sofia Boutella as Princess Ahmanet nice blend of scary and beauty,some of the action sequences,the SFX,Russell Crowe chewing up some scenery,some nice dark turns,and Tom Cruise does his best with the script........

Ugh that script !! This is what you get when you have to many cooks in the kitchen....4 different writers,deliver something half baked with little seasoning.
It's uneven and jumbled.
There is absolutely no chemistry between Cruise and Annabelle Wallis as archeologist Jennifer "Jenny" Halsey
In fact the film makes a joke about any real romantic connection or even the characters caring about each other.
Jake Johnson was funny at first as Cruises sidekick but his character is turned into a grating, weird,recurring
nightmare.
The film trys to borrow some dark humor from An American Werewolf in London,that completely doesnt work
What's crazy is i still want to see what they come up with for the rest of The Dark Universe,but it's up to the ticket sales for The Mummy or maybe Universal will shell out the bucks for at least 2 more films despite how this first outing performs


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