Rate the last movie you've seen

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  1. nivek

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  2. nivek

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    I watched Wrath of Man, it is entertaining, good action and writing...Jason Statham was definitely the shining star in this one, and some of the guys in this movie are ruthless, nothing over the top but damn...lol

    I'd give it a 7 or 8 out of 10...

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  3. michael59

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    Still think this guy is nothing but annoying.
     
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  4. The shadow

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    For his birthday Ian wanted to see space jam 2 so I made a point to come out on opening day.
    Space jam 2.. what to say a charmless mess of a movie. Void of any redemption. Labron can't act . As a dad he is rude and cruel.the animation as Ian put it "sucked" I won't trouble this fourm with the rest of his comments that normally would result in getting "a jolly good smacked bottom" today he is excused. Half way though I decided to take him to a Mallards game. He and the rest of my family enjoyed it FAR better...
    AVOID THIS MOVIE.
    -10/10 total trash
     
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    I just watched it. Admittedly, it's not really original, but it's a solid Statham vehicle. Plenty of action. Exceptionally high body count though, including some of the good guys.
    8/10
     
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  6. nivek

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    Which movie do you think had the higher body count, this one, 'Wrath of Man' or 'Nobody'...?

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  7. wwkirk

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    Probably Wrath, as there were many people doing the killing.
    But it's been a while since I watched Nobody.
     
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  8. nivek

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    I think it's a close one but, I agree, probably Wrath...lol

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    Body Count..? The correct answer is Parabellum. :laugh8:
     
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    I have not watched any of the John Wick movies, do they have substance or are they just kill-fest movies?...

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    It depends on what one means by substance.... ;)
    Many like them and I do find aspects of them entertaining but they are certainly kill fests. There is an interesting connection between Wick and the man who runs the safe house for assassins played by Ian McShane and there are some quirky performances by Fishburne as a street boss and Reddick as the desk clerk.
     
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    Wrath of man - 6/10

    A pretty good heist/revenge flick that has a straight forward (almost predictable) plot but with none of the great over the top dialogue of a typical Guy Ritchie film. We do get to follow Jason Statham at being that bad MF who's hell bent on vengeance that will kill anyone and everyone that gets in his way. Definitely worth a watch!

     
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    I'm rewatching this trilogy by M. Night Shyamalan, which I think are well done overall, the last one Glass had a few shortfalls but it was good...I think Split is close to being the best of the three, although Unbreakable is great too...





     
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    "He's on the move"...

    The Beast, one of the 24 personalities of Kevin Wendell Crumb in the second movie Split, but its not just another ordinary personality...The Beast enlarges his body and muscles when this personality emerges and becomes extremely strong and powerful, his skin like a rhino, he becomes a superhuman...

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  15. dr wu

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    Sounds like he's stealing a bit from the Beast in X-men. ;)
     
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  16. nivek

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    Hardly, only in name...q37

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  17. August

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    The House Next Door. Quite funny 7 out of 10.

     
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  18. Standingstones

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    When I visited my nephew one weekend they were running a John Wick marathon on the cable. There is a thin plot to these movies. A 10 out of 10 for being a blood fest.
     
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    I liked those movies because there were good action scenes and some silliness.
     
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  20. nivek

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    I watched about 30 minutes of the new movie Jungle Cruise and turned it off...It really doesn't grab my attention, and all the men, even The Rock, are upstaged by a scatter-brained woman...The movie doesn't even take place in Africa as was the original location, instead its in Brazil...Hello, McFly, there are no hippopotamus in South America...So it seems these new and improved Woke movies needs the woman to upstage all men and make the men look like bumbling idiots in order to take a lead role...Sigourney Weaver never had to stoop to that level to lead, sigh I digress...

    The first 30 minutes I give a 4/10...

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