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Old 04-29-2018, 07:31 PM   #10971
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This one.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0349683/

A rare bad performance by Clive Owen so far. Good to see Ray Stevenson in it.
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Old 04-30-2018, 11:53 AM   #10972
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Avengers: Infinity War





ABSOLUTELY NO SPOILERS !!!!!!

10 years of movies and glances at the Titan Thanos and here we are.
Thanos has arrived to lay waste to the universe and give it "balance' Who can possibly stop him?
The Avengers,Black Panther and the Wakandians,and the Guardians of the Galaxy.

This movie.....im exhausted.....but for the most part in a good way.
The film gives Thanos a great foundation to work from.Thanos (Josh Brolin absolutely incredible in the role) well just like with Kilmonger in Black Panther hey i hear you big guy,i understand your point of view but you are going about it in the wrong way.
He is definitely one of the best villains i have seen in the Marvel films.His scenes with his daughter (Zoe Saldana as Gamora) past and present added to the aforementioned foundation.
Oh and his "children" The Black Order: Ebony Maw (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor truly the standout !!),Proxima Midnight (Carrie Coon),Corvus Glaive (Michael James Shaw),and Cull Obsidian (Terry Notary) are tough,haunting and tauntingly bad ass.

Characters meeting for the first time and interacting were a joy to watch and listen to from Tony Stark/Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. and and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) Spider-Man (Tom Holland), and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) Star Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (Dave Buatista), Rocket Racoon (Bradley Cooper), Teen Groot (Terry Notary), and Mantis (Pom Klementieff) with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and fan favorites Captain-America (Chris Evans) Vision (Paul Bettany) ,Scarlett Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) (Chadwick Boseman),Letitia Wright as Shuri, Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo),Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow,Danai Gurira as Okoye and Spider-Man (Tom Holland) are given time to shine.

I love battle scenes in which warring kingdoms throw everything they can at each other on the battlefield and it was awesome to see this done on such a grand scale in this movie.
The film even fits in a little romance
I know some writers,Directors,and studios are on the fence about taking chances with their audiences with certain endings or plot twists they think up but im glad Directors: Joe Russo, Anthony Russo and writers
Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely decided to jump off the fence.

My problems with the film,the CGI was off here and there,there is a bit of a tonal inbalance.The film was a bit bloated with far to much dwelling on certain plot threads.

This is a movie with a lot of moving parts.For the most part it runs smoothly with some moving moments and thrilling ones,and probably one of the most talked about and numbing cliffhangers i have ever seen on the big screen
Where do we go from here?

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Old 04-30-2018, 02:22 PM   #10973
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Respect your opinion/review.
Only we`ll have to agree to disagree there Neo



Up until Wakanda was brought (Embarrassingly forced I felt) into the mix I`d have rated it a respectable 8 out of 10



Yet once they did and with "Certain" following "Shock" events my interest dropped as did my rating.
I've no intention of mentioning spoilers either here.
Only come on.
Thanos loves only one thing.
Death. He courts death. He`s embraced death. Death is the most beautiful of females in his warped genocidal mind and all he wants is to be her consort. To sit beside her as an equal. His gift to death his annihilating half the universe.
As a long time fan of the foul ghoul I know Thanos.
Who they put on the screen sure wasn't him.
Neither was that Infinity Gauntlet what was portrayed in the practically flawless comic book mini series.
Although understand why Silver Surfer couldn't have been on display his absence was profound. Black Panther isn't any form of substitute. If the pivotal triumvirate of Surfer , Strange and Mar-Vell were included in this maybe that daft ending wouldn't have had to have been so, well infinity trivial.
Although even just with Strange there, can't work out the reasoning behind such a lackluster snap finger ending



For the first solid two thirds it gets

If I was to rate the final third however it`d be a 4/10

Annnnnnnyway



Moving on



Is something the ludicrously beautiful and underrated Rosamund Pike wishes to do after being brutally (Not a spoiler as is the plot) attacked. An attack that throws all her plans into the blender , and then said blender get`s smashed.



Nick Nolte has a role as her father.
Both leads are excellent and as we see the affect , the weirdly positive affect in some ways this attack has on Rosamund it`s interesting. Although not interesting enough to sustain a film with a basic script and where we're confused as to her motives towards her attacker until right at the end.



Still due to that ending (Which I liked) and Mrs RosaJoker`s (Hey a Fellow Forum Fella can dream ) performance it get`s
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Old 05-01-2018, 09:34 AM   #10974
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Respect your opinion/review.
Only we`ll have to agree to disagree there Neo



Up until Wakanda was brought (Embarrassingly forced I felt) into the mix I`d have rated it a respectable 8 out of 10



Yet once they did and with "Certain" following "Shock" events my interest dropped as did my rating.
I've no intention of mentioning spoilers either here.
Only come on.
Thanos loves only one thing.
Death. He courts death. He`s embraced death. Death is the most beautiful of females in his warped genocidal mind and all he wants is to be her consort. To sit beside her as an equal. His gift to death his annihilating half the universe.
As a long time fan of the foul ghoul I know Thanos.
Who they put on the screen sure wasn't him.
Neither was that Infinity Gauntlet what was portrayed in the practically flawless comic book mini series.
Although understand why Silver Surfer couldn't have been on display his absence was profound. Black Panther isn't any form of substitute. If the pivotal triumvirate of Surfer , Strange and Mar-Vell were included in this maybe that daft ending wouldn't have had to have been so, well infinity trivial.
Although even just with Strange there, can't work out the reasoning behind such a lackluster snap finger ending
I hear you Max, a lot of people had a problem with the snap finger lol
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:31 AM   #10975
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"The Void" [2016]
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4255304/

I'm kinda liking the new trend of l70s and 80s horror/scifi nostalgia , call it the "Stranger Things" moment.

This nicely shot not-so-scary movie starts in a promising fashion. Even if it doesn't really deliver the goods, if you loved Phantasm, Hellraiser, The Thing (John Carpenter's) -- you'll enjoy all the shoutouts.

It also weaves a bit of a Lovecraft theme . . . all in all its not as enthusiastically weird as Phantasm, but still happy to see it. . . And who doesn't love a movie devoted to scary triangles?

Note the poster’s similarity to Clockwork Orange — there’s a lot of tongue in cheek, but that’s the problem with the movie. I wasn’t always sure whether it took itself as satire or seriously


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Old 05-02-2018, 07:31 AM   #10976
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Who I missed most was Adam Warlock
But then in the mini series he is the core the foundation of it all.
Why the powers that be couldn't have waited another year and brought him into the mix with his own story first , I don't know



I`ll be streaming Infinity later .
To see if I can warm to that baffling non-ending ending
Also to Thanos having a heart , and wanting to eradicate half the universe for conservationist reasons


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It`s a girl marries obvious rotter and has to live in his creepy mansion in the middle of almost nowhere with his even creepier sister , ghost story. Got to say given it was directed, co-produced and co-written by Guillermo del Toro I did expect more than we ultimately got.



Was perfectly serviceable though plus effects and acting good.



A visually beautiful
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Old 05-02-2018, 07:59 AM   #10977
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I recorded that last night, I shall watch it later on your recommendation..
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A newly reunited young couple's drive through the Pacific Northwest turns into a nightmare as they are forced to face nature, unsavory locals, and a monstrous creature, known to the Native Americans as Oh-Mah.

Primal Rage is kinda alright. The movie's well shot, the forest looks gloomy and the monster has a very cool design. The main two protagonists are likeable and we feel for them, especially the lovely blonde. The fact that the guy was freshly released from jail after a year as a convict is interesting too. Not the usual blend young couple.
Then there's a background to the monster, its origins and stuff. And it's also a nice aspect of the creature to see it as not just a typical dumb sasquatch but as an intelligent specie, which can think, hunt and even use weapons or protect itself with an armor.
So what went wrong? I guess that when the young heroes in distress cross the path a group of dumb redneck hunters, the movie's pace get slower and all the sequences featuring the idiotic guys are wasted by awful dialogues and very bad performances. I lost the interest at that point.
Then something happens to relaunch the story and Primal Rage has a chance to be gripping again. But once again, another missed opportunity...
many of the scenes are way too long! There's a ceremony sequence that occurs at one point involving the blonde girl but it stretches itself until the moment where you're losing your attention.
Finally, the director Patrick Magee wakes up and gives us a nice fight moment that reminds of the Predator Vs Dutch scene in McTiernan's masterpiece. It's cool and well done...but it happens kind of too late. And the very ending sucks like in too many horror movies nowadays.
But overall, Primal Rage ain't that bad at all. Cool performances from Casey Gagliardi and Andrew Montgomery , a great creature and lots of gore. That's an okay horror flick which have been edited way better and faster in order to become a little gem.


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It`s a girl marries obvious rotter and has to live in his creepy mansion in the middle of almost nowhere with his even creepier sister , ghost story. Got to say given it was directed, co-produced and co-written by Guillermo del Toro I did expect more than we ultimately got.



Was perfectly serviceable though plus effects and acting good.



A visually beautiful
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I recorded that last night, I shall watch it later on your recommendation..
Well,I watched it,Slow and sepia tinted,Definitely more style than substance,The movie wears it's influences on it's sleeve,Jane Eyre,Rebecca..Carry On Screaming..Maybe not The stately home makes Disney's Haunted Mansion look like a des res,Jessica Chastain goes over the top and down the other side as the villain's overtly evil sister.
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Basic Instinct (1992)



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The retired rock star and club owner, Johnny Boz (Bill Cable), "gets off while getting off" with a little help of a mysterious blonde's ice pick. Nick Curran (Michael Douglas), a homicide detective with the San Francisco Police Department, and his partner, Gus Moran (George Dzundza), pick up the case and start investigating their first suspect, Boz's girlfriend, crime novelist Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone). Boz's murder looks exactly like that in one of Tramell's books but she has an alibi and passes the lie detector test. However, Curran still thinks she's the killer and lets himself be pulled into Tramell's web of manipulation, mainly because he has a hard-on.

Decent thriller we've all seen a couple of times. The suspense keeps getting built up nicely and there are some good twists but the rest is routine. Basic Instinct is Paul Verhoeven's last watchable American film. From what I know, he's back in Europe.
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