Rate the last movie you've seen

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  1. ChrisIB

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    Blade Runner 2049
    Even after all those years I still find the original intriguing, memorising.
    This shares the sense of immersion in another world but the story is pedestrian.
    Perhaps I've lost my sense of technological wonder or technological wonder is the new mundane.
     
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    The original Dracula 1931 shows what they could do way back then to entertain and keep the audience horrified without any blood or gore.
     
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    I liked this movie, it really sets the tone for the Planet of the Ape movies to follow and keeps the taste of the original movies with an introduction of the non-speaking human called Nova and Cornelius the chimpanzee...I always liked the original ape movies and this one was well done...

     
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    Mother!
    Javier Bardem as a charismatic blocked writer renovating a house with his new wife.
    It becomes increasingly surreal with his habit of inviting strangers and fans into their home.
    A cast to die for (Jennifer Lawrence, Ed Harris, and Michelle Pfeiffer) draws you in but it shifts to something quite strange and allegorical (blocked writer, god seeking creative inspiration).
     
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    Saw the new Pirates of the Caribbean a week ago. Certainly does not have that mysterious ambience and atmosphere as the previous ones, but Jack was funny so 8.9/10
     
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    Stephen King's "IT"

    Better adaptation of the book than the 1990's mini series. Much creepier.

    9.5/10
     
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    The Hateful Eight


    I watched this movie yesterday evening on Netflix, had no idea what it was about, what a twisted plot lol...Its a crazy but sometimes funny movie and kept you entertained set in the post civil war era, I enjoyed it...

     
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    Thor last night, went with one of my sons, Loved it. Very funny and the usual hints for the next Movie
     
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    I watched Thor Ragnarok last night, great movie 9/10 and yep setting things up for the Infinity Wars coming next year...
     
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    I watched this movie earlier, I liked it, special effects and designs were good, 8/10...

    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

     
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    I watched Justice League yesterday, was terrible movie, the story was all over the place, not fun at all...

    I suggest wait until it comes on did and rent it...
     
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    Nosferatu the Vampyre. Klaus Kinski 1979 . Creepy excursion into the world of Vampirism and Kinski is a natural for this part.
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    Where's my video ?? Try again.

     
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    this was on the other day from 9pm to 3 am. its like the 4th time i have seen it.
     
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    The Aviator



    DiCaprio portraits the excentric genius Howard Hughes.

    Almost 3 hrs of planes, gals, art deco, deviance and fine 40ties style music.

    Howard Hughes - Wikipedia
     
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    I watched my new Blu Ray copy of VALERIAN and The City Of A Thousand Planets last night. I must admit that the first opening scenes of the planet Mul were so breathtakingly beautiful it left me really stunned it caught me unawares . Its quite an emotional experience when taking into account the tragic scenes that quickly follow this introduction to the Pearls. 4.5 out of 5.
     
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    Thor Ragnarok, 19 out of 10. It was awesome :D
     
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