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Any good movies you've watched recently?
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watched Dope the other day
its written pretty well, but it just pushes pop culture down your throat but if u can handle that you will like it

watched Dope the other day
its written pretty well, but it just pushes pop culture down your throat but if u can handle that you will like it
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prwatched Dope the other day
its written pretty well, but it just pushes pop culture down your throat but if u can handle that you will like it

I watched it pretty recently too and I thought the same thing.

Watch Nightcrawler if you haven't yet. The main character is played so damn well.

[quote=pr]watched Dope the other day
its written pretty well, but it just pushes pop culture down your throat but if u can handle that you will like it[/quote]

I watched it pretty recently too and I thought the same thing.

Watch Nightcrawler if you haven't yet. The main character is played so damn well.
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The Martian is such a good movie

Great acting, good plot and Matt Damon steals the show

The Martian is such a good movie

Great acting, good plot and Matt Damon steals the show
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BBiA_duchessAlso if no one has seen it. 3:10 to Yuma with Christian Bale and Russel Crowe is one of the most underrated movies ever

Not to be pedantic, but 3:10 to Yuma is not underrated at all. It got great ratings, what it didn't do though was perform in boxoffices, it didn't even make it's budget back.

Anyways as for good movies that have come out recently,

Swiss Army Man is very good, and probably one of the most orginal films you'll see in a while.

Midnight Special is a great Indie sci fi film.

The Lobster is super arty, but if you can deal with a bit of arthouse, it's a great watch, also extremly orginal.

The End Of The Tour is a very interesting look at David Foster Wallace. Don't have to know anything about him really to enjoy it. I haven't read any of his books but it's still one of my favorite movies of the past few years.

Steve Jobs is incredibly well written and exciting to watch. Great acting and soundtrack as well.

The Martian. Cool mars/nasa movie.

Dope. Hilarious movie about black nerds in the hood.

The Big Short is great.

[quote=BBiA_duchess]Also if no one has seen it. 3:10 to Yuma with Christian Bale and Russel Crowe is one of the most underrated movies ever[/quote]

Not to be pedantic, but 3:10 to Yuma is not underrated at all. It got great ratings, what it didn't do though was perform in boxoffices, it didn't even make it's budget back.

Anyways as for good movies that have come out recently,

Swiss Army Man is very good, and probably one of the most orginal films you'll see in a while.

Midnight Special is a great Indie sci fi film.

The Lobster is super arty, but if you can deal with a bit of arthouse, it's a great watch, also extremly orginal.

The End Of The Tour is a very interesting look at David Foster Wallace. Don't have to know anything about him really to enjoy it. I haven't read any of his books but it's still one of my favorite movies of the past few years.

Steve Jobs is incredibly well written and exciting to watch. Great acting and soundtrack as well.

The Martian. Cool mars/nasa movie.

Dope. Hilarious movie about black nerds in the hood.

The Big Short is great.
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Swiss army man is such an amazing movie. Snowpiercer is amazing as well, and done by a smaller producer/director.

Swiss army man is such an amazing movie. Snowpiercer is amazing as well, and done by a smaller producer/director.
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redi-Swiss army man is such an amazing movie. Snowpiercer is amazing as well, and done by a smaller producer/director.

Second that, Snowpiercer is great. It's actually a Korean production which is cool, because Korean cinema doesn't make it to the US very often.

[quote=redi-]Swiss army man is such an amazing movie. Snowpiercer is amazing as well, and done by a smaller producer/director.[/quote]

Second that, Snowpiercer is great. It's actually a Korean production which is cool, because Korean cinema doesn't make it to the US very often.
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se7en

se7en
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#38
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Now You See Me 2 if you go for entertainment factor rather than plotlines. The critics didn't love it but it's my favorite movie ive seen in a long time.

SnivyThe Martian is such a good movie

Great acting, good plot and Matt Damon steals the show

Actually just watched that for the first time last night and it really did the balance of seriousness and actually humorous humor very well, would definitely recommend. Also according to Film Theory (which may not be entirely accurate i guess) everything that happens in the movie would be scientifically possible.

Now You See Me 2 if you go for entertainment factor rather than plotlines. The critics didn't love it but it's my favorite movie ive seen in a long time.

[quote=Snivy]The Martian is such a good movie

Great acting, good plot and Matt Damon steals the show[/quote]

Actually just watched that for the first time last night and it really did the balance of seriousness and actually humorous humor very well, would definitely recommend. Also according to Film Theory (which may not be entirely accurate i guess) everything that happens in the movie would be scientifically possible.
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joejoe347BBiA_duchessAlso if no one has seen it. 3:10 to Yuma with Christian Bale and Russel Crowe is one of the most underrated movies ever
Not to be pedantic, but 3:10 to Yuma is not underrated at all. It got great ratings, what it didn't do though was perform in boxoffices, it didn't even make it's budget back.

Anyways as for good movies that have come out recently,

Swiss Army Man is very good, and probably one of the most orginal films you'll see in a while.

Midnight Special is a great Indie sci fi film.

The Lobster is super arty, but if you can deal with a bit of arthouse, it's a great watch, also extremly orginal.

The End Of The Tour is a very interesting look at David Foster Wallace. Don't have to know anything about him really to enjoy it. I haven't read any of his books but it's still one of my favorite movies of the past few years.

Steve Jobs is incredibly well written and exciting to watch. Great acting and soundtrack as well.

The Martian. Cool mars/nasa movie.

Dope. Hilarious movie about black nerds in the hood.

The Big Short is great.

Yeah I just meant it wasn't very popular at all, even though it was recognized as a really good movie

[quote=joejoe347][quote=BBiA_duchess]Also if no one has seen it. 3:10 to Yuma with Christian Bale and Russel Crowe is one of the most underrated movies ever[/quote]

Not to be pedantic, but 3:10 to Yuma is not underrated at all. It got great ratings, what it didn't do though was perform in boxoffices, it didn't even make it's budget back.

Anyways as for good movies that have come out recently,

Swiss Army Man is very good, and probably one of the most orginal films you'll see in a while.

Midnight Special is a great Indie sci fi film.

The Lobster is super arty, but if you can deal with a bit of arthouse, it's a great watch, also extremly orginal.

The End Of The Tour is a very interesting look at David Foster Wallace. Don't have to know anything about him really to enjoy it. I haven't read any of his books but it's still one of my favorite movies of the past few years.

Steve Jobs is incredibly well written and exciting to watch. Great acting and soundtrack as well.

The Martian. Cool mars/nasa movie.

Dope. Hilarious movie about black nerds in the hood.

The Big Short is great.[/quote]

Yeah I just meant it wasn't very popular at all, even though it was recognized as a really good movie
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I've never watched any of the daniel craig-era james bond movies and after watching skyfall last week I can say it's my top3 fav james bond movie now, bardem goes fucking nuts in this one, pretty good flick would recommend if you haven't seen it, yet so see casino royale tho

I've never watched any of the daniel craig-era james bond movies and after watching skyfall last week I can say it's my top3 fav james bond movie now, bardem goes fucking nuts in this one, pretty good flick would recommend if you haven't seen it, yet so see casino royale tho
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wruI've never watched any of the daniel craig-era james bond movies and after watching skyfall last week I can say it's my top3 fav james bond movie now, bardem goes fucking nuts in this one, pretty good flick would recommend if you haven't seen it, yet so see casino royale tho

Skyfall is great. Don't bother with the most recent one though, it's really pretty bad imo.

[quote=wru]I've never watched any of the daniel craig-era james bond movies and after watching skyfall last week I can say it's my top3 fav james bond movie now, bardem goes fucking nuts in this one, pretty good flick would recommend if you haven't seen it, yet so see casino royale tho[/quote]

Skyfall is great. Don't bother with the most recent one though, it's really pretty bad imo.
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10 Cloverfield Lane is tied with Deadpool for best movies I've seen in 2016

The one word that best describes 10 Cloverfield Lane is tense

10 Cloverfield Lane is tied with Deadpool for best movies I've seen in 2016

The one word that best describes 10 Cloverfield Lane is tense
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joejoe347wruI've never watched any of the daniel craig-era james bond movies and after watching skyfall last week I can say it's my top3 fav james bond movie now, bardem goes fucking nuts in this one, pretty good flick would recommend if you haven't seen it, yet so see casino royale tho
Skyfall is great. Don't bother with the most recent one though, it's really pretty bad imo.

Even though Skyfall is pretty good, Casino Royale was easily the best daniel craig James Bond film, and maybe even one of the best James Bond films in general.

[quote=joejoe347][quote=wru]I've never watched any of the daniel craig-era james bond movies and after watching skyfall last week I can say it's my top3 fav james bond movie now, bardem goes fucking nuts in this one, pretty good flick would recommend if you haven't seen it, yet so see casino royale tho[/quote]

Skyfall is great. Don't bother with the most recent one though, it's really pretty bad imo.[/quote]


Even though Skyfall is pretty good, Casino Royale was easily the best daniel craig James Bond film, and maybe even one of the best James Bond films in general.
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downnpouri have watched the grand budapest hotel like 15 times and i would watch it 15 time more , @ anyone who hasnt seen that movie i highly recommend

definitely agree, wes anderson is amazing
last night i saw moonrise kingdom which was also great

[quote=downnpour]i have watched the grand budapest hotel like 15 times and i would watch it 15 time more , @ anyone who hasnt seen that movie i highly recommend[/quote]
definitely agree, wes anderson is amazing
last night i saw moonrise kingdom which was also great
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"This is England"
"The Perks Of Being A Wallflower"
Two movies I've re-watched recently and they're pretty fucking good.

"This is England"
"The Perks Of Being A Wallflower"
Two movies I've re-watched recently and they're pretty fucking good.
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watched good will hunting again recently. hadn't seen it since long before i'd gotten into elliott smith, so that as well as robin williams' death made it such a goddamn tearjerk.
american history x is another excellent movie i rewatched recently.

watched good will hunting again recently. hadn't seen it since long before i'd gotten into elliott smith, so that as well as robin williams' death made it such a goddamn tearjerk.
american history x is another excellent movie i rewatched recently.
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BBiA_duchessEven though Skyfall is pretty good, Casino Royale was easily the best daniel craig James Bond film, and maybe even one of the best James Bond films in general.

the fact that people rank it above goldfinger says a lot to me, I mean how can you make a bond movie better than that one; definitely gotta check it out asap

[quote=BBiA_duchess]Even though Skyfall is pretty good, Casino Royale was easily the best daniel craig James Bond film, and maybe even one of the best James Bond films in general.[/quote]

the fact that people rank it above goldfinger says a lot to me, I mean how can you make a bond movie better than that one; definitely gotta check it out asap
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ive spent this summer seeing movies that ive missed out on my entire life so heres a list of what i think are the best so far

The Matrix
Saving Private Ryan
The Shining
Requiem for a Dream
Room (recommend the book first)
A Beautiful Mind
Memories of Murder
Donnie Darko
Her
Black Swan
The Butterfly Effect
Source Code
Snowpiercer
Scott Pilgrim
Blues brothers
Hot Fuzz
Birdman
Drive
Silence of the Lambs
Most David Fincher movies
Any movie with robin Williams
Django
Pulp Fiction
Inglorious Basterds
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
500 Days of Summer
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Little Miss Sunshine
Truman Show
Airplane
Blazing Saddles
Young Frankenstein
Animal House

Animated
Castle in the Sky
Wolf Children
Iron Giant

A really good way to rent movies for free since netflix is a company run by losers who choose to region block their content is the use the library. I have been able get everything but memories of murder i think. gl and try to go in as blind as you can (know the basics like title and genre) because its a lot more fun. make sure you dont start your day with requiem for a dream.

ive spent this summer seeing movies that ive missed out on my entire life so heres a list of what i think are the best so far

The Matrix
Saving Private Ryan
The Shining
Requiem for a Dream
Room (recommend the book first)
A Beautiful Mind
Memories of Murder
Donnie Darko
Her
Black Swan
The Butterfly Effect
Source Code
Snowpiercer
Scott Pilgrim
Blues brothers
Hot Fuzz
Birdman
Drive
Silence of the Lambs
Most David Fincher movies
Any movie with robin Williams
Django
Pulp Fiction
Inglorious Basterds
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
500 Days of Summer
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Little Miss Sunshine
Truman Show
Airplane
Blazing Saddles
Young Frankenstein
Animal House

Animated
Castle in the Sky
Wolf Children
Iron Giant

A really good way to rent movies for free since netflix is a company run by losers who choose to region block their content is the use the library. I have been able get everything but memories of murder i think. gl and try to go in as blind as you can (know the basics like title and genre) because its a lot more fun. make sure you dont start your day with requiem for a dream.
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Sabotage

Sabotage
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#50
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Suspect Zero
16 Blocks
The Adjustment Bureau
Phone Booth

Suspect Zero
16 Blocks
The Adjustment Bureau
Phone Booth
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Ex Machina and Snowpiercer are pretty nerve-wracking but awesome movies

Ex Machina and Snowpiercer are pretty nerve-wracking but awesome movies
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Pulp Fiction, Shawshank redemption, Django unchained, the shining are all works of art

Pulp Fiction, Shawshank redemption, Django unchained, the shining are all works of art
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All 4 mad Max movies
Back to the future
Saving private Ryan
Full metal jacket
Das boot
Er is wieder da

All 4 mad Max movies
Back to the future
Saving private Ryan
Full metal jacket
Das boot
Er is wieder da
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Just watched the last king of scotland and hotel rwanda, both were very good.

Just watched the last king of scotland and hotel rwanda, both were very good.
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the law abiding citizen

the law abiding citizen
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Y'all need some Kurosawa and Tarkovskij in your lives. Start with Seven Samurai and Stalker and work your way towards Ran & The Sacrifice. I've mostly been slogging through old black and white noir-flicks lately though and both The Third Man & On the Waterfront has been great.

Most recently I've been watching I, Claudius with my brother and while it's TV most of the episode feel like smaller movies so imma throw it in here anyways. Brian Blessed as Augustus and Siân Phillips as Livia are both amazing.

Y'all need some Kurosawa and Tarkovskij in your lives. Start with Seven Samurai and Stalker and work your way towards Ran & The Sacrifice. I've mostly been slogging through old black and white noir-flicks lately though and both The Third Man & On the Waterfront has been great.

Most recently I've been watching I, Claudius with my brother and while it's TV most of the episode feel like smaller movies so imma throw it in here anyways. Brian Blessed as Augustus and Siân Phillips as Livia are both amazing.
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Kingsman: The Secret Service
Stand By Me

Kingsman: The Secret Service
Stand By Me
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#58
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The movie 'Limitless' is pretty good imo

The movie 'Limitless' is pretty good imo
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Mad Max: Fury Road
Watchmen

I also watched some Tarantino films and my god, Pulp Fiction, Django: Unchained, The Hateful Eight, Kill Bill vol 1 & 2 are all insane

Mad Max: Fury Road
Watchmen

I also watched some Tarantino films and my god, Pulp Fiction, Django: Unchained, The Hateful Eight, Kill Bill vol 1 & 2 are all insane
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No Country for Old Men
Creed
American Gangster
Taxi Driver
Blood Diamond

No Country for Old Men
Creed
American Gangster
Taxi Driver
Blood Diamond
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