Discussion in 'Arts, Sports, & Entertainment' started by Toroid, Jul 18, 2016.
No not yet, I've seen it around on the internet but haven't watched it yet...
I watched this movie a couple weeks ago, wasn't took impressed, it got boring to me...
That was my impression after watching the trailer for it. Some movies are a waste of time.
This looks interesting:
Netflix’s New #3 Show Will Blow Your Mind, Episode After Episode
Do you watch Fear The Walking Dead? I think his characters name in the show is John. He's married to June. Anyway, he just died on the show recently. I'm wondering if he asked to be released from the show or if he got the part later but, he is in the movie, Army of the Dead.
It wasn't bad. I half expected Bruce Campbell to show up somewhere but he didn't. lol I'd rate it at 5.5/10.
Infinite (2021) - IMDb
This looks interesting...
The Tomorrow War 2021
Reminiscence (2021) - IMDb
This trailer is not for a new movie. It's for a thought provoking film from 2011 that I'm watching right now. It raises philosophical and theological questions about fate vs free will.
It's based on the 1954 Philip K. Dick short story "Adjustment Team".
I've thought about that movie on and off for years. The portal doors were interesting. The electronic looking schematic thing was very interesting as if the creator/controller is an AI. It also goes into incarnation agreements. We're seemingly expected to do what we agreed to prior to birth and everything is written around that. Assuming everyone of the 7.9 billion people on earth have souls that equates to a lot of code and tweaking.
I watched a video of Drunvalo Melchizedek talking about his meetings with angels. They gave him a short term ability to see into the future. It made life pointless and removed the so-called zest. Preston Nichols said time travel is really reality travel. The Sirians told Drunvalo the correct way to live is to surrender to the program and it will provide for you. You need a lot of faith for that. He has examples of that, but I noticed it seems to max-out quickly.
Loki's premiere is today! I haven't seen it yet, but the reviews so far are good.
Right now I'm watching the most violent movie I've ever seen - right out of the gate! But it's kind of an outlandish violence, rather than realistic or dark. A little reminiscent of Pulp Fiction or Kill Bill.
I watched the first episode. It's pretty good. The plot features a version of Loki recruited or coerced into working for an almost all powerful time regulatory bureau. They are only almost all powerful because someone, namely
Spoiler: Who the killer is
an additional version of Loki himself
is going around killing teams of the bureau's operatives.
Cool visuals and special effects. A touch of humor, but not a comedy. The episodes drop every Wednesday. There will be six episodes total for this season, with a possibility of a second season.
Overall it was pretty good, though there were a few plot holes. Also, several of the fight scenes were filmed in dim lighting.
Btw, the film's star happens to be a major figure in K-Pop.
Sabotage. Now on Netflix.