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  • Nascar24
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    Cocaine Bear - 6/10

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  • pax
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    Patton. Brutal biopic by Kubrick is one of those that wont ever get dated.

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  • Payne3d
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    the free fall (6/10) interesting take on a common horror theme.
    not sure why it got pummeled in the ratings on imdb... i agree with the rotten tomatoes audience score

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  • KAC
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    Cocaine bear. lols all around / 10.

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  • KAC
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    Missing. Black woman goes missing because of a white guy - so predictable it hurt / 10.

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  • bob saget
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    Originally posted by bill dennison View Post
    john wick 4 7/10
    i think this one is maybe SLIGHTLY weaker than the other ones but still money well spent.

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  • bill dennison
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    john wick 4 7/10

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  • SubCog
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    Originally posted by dodger View Post
    Constantine 6.5/10 - Summer action flick. I think I'm missing a bit not knowing the lore of the character. Needed some movies to fill out my subscription and I remember this character was portrayed in Sandman so gave it a go.
    Yup, the only thing I remember about it was how forgettable it was.

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  • Silent-Runner
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    Originally posted by MangaSpawn64 View Post

    The trailer looks ****ing meh x 100. Will still probably see it in theaters cause I'm overdue for a buttery popcorn night out. Also Helen Mirren.
    it was pretty meh, 6/10 is actually a good rating for it

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  • MangaSpawn64
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    Originally posted by KAC View Post
    Shazam 2. 6/10.
    The trailer looks ****ing meh x 100. Will still probably see it in theaters cause I'm overdue for a buttery popcorn night out. Also Helen Mirren.

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  • KAC
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    Shazam 2. 6/10.

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  • dodger
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    Constantine 6.5/10 - Summer action flick. I think I'm missing a bit not knowing the lore of the character. Needed some movies to fill out my subscription and I remember this character was portrayed in Sandman so gave it a go.

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  • KAC
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    Orson Fortune or something. Guy Ritchie being Guy / 10.
    Aubrey is a proper repulsive desirable slut. Every movie. Can do no wrong.

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  • KAC
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    Originally posted by Nascar24 View Post
    Die Hart - Trash
    I couldn't even get past first 20 mins.

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  • Nascar24
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    Die Hart - Trash

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  • dodger
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    Fantastic Beasts: Secrets of Dumbledore 6/10. It wasn't bad but glad I streamed it and didn't have to devote 2.5 hours straight on it as it was pretty meh. Going to wrap up my HBOMax sub with a movie or two instead of trying to binge off Dark Materials. I got my 3 shows to make the sub worth while already.

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  • KAC
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    Luther Fallen Boner. Overly long movie that really should’ve been no more than 90 minutes. Not sure what the objective of the delay was / 10.

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  • Silent-Runner
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    Originally posted by bob saget View Post
    you guys see Mortal Engines? I know it got crap reviews but I kindda enjoyed it. I thought the pacing was good and the boring talking parts were kept to a minimum. some concepts were cool (and VERY borrowed from other movies)
    it was kinda ok'ish, could've been so much better (or worse)

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  • bob saget
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    you guys see Mortal Engines? I know it got crap reviews but I kindda enjoyed it. I thought the pacing was good and the boring talking parts were kept to a minimum. some concepts were cool (and VERY borrowed from other movies)

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  • KAC
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    Bandit. Poor man’s catch me if you can / 10.
    The Forgiven. Ralph delivers another gem / 10.
    She said. Further cements decay of western society / 10.

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  • Silent-Runner
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    Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. what the.......... 1/10

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  • SubCog
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    Die Hard 1-3. 9/10, great films. First time my wife's seen these. Die Hard 1 is a perfect masterpiece of action filmmaking, and the other two are very good as well.

    Die Hard 3's ending is a bit weaker... feels like they re-worked the ending at the last minute, and so things are a bit quick and dis-jointed. Also realized this morning, that they never actually show the police recover the gold or defeat all the henchmen. We just kindof go from them escaping, with Jeremy Irons in the helicopter, to Bruce Willis destroying the helicopter. Done. Yeah, there's a bunch of loose-ends there. Film is still great overall though.

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  • KAC
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    Living. Bill Nighly tells us what inconsequential lives we have / 10.

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  • KAC
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    Man called Otto. Tom Hanks delivers the feels / 10.

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  • JZL
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    Originally posted by Silent-Runner View Post

    i know, but most people have never even heard of it, that's what i meant.
    I figured you might, but, to use me as an example, other than this move I couldn't name any other documentary Oscar winner except Gasland. That was more directed towards people who hadn't seen it, to show the movie was at least well-regarded.
    "Hey Rage3D readers-- it's also 91/93 on Rotten Tomatoes!"


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  • Sundance Kid V2
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    Originally posted by Payne3d View Post

    i didn't think either were that bad. 6/10 for both
    was surprised at the lack of m. night shamalamalyan-ness in knock at the cabin
    I found both movies boring to be honest. I expected way more... and got way less.

    So in the end, everyone in Drax's team dies, apocalypse is happening, and 1 guy kills himself, apocalypse avoided. So... there was 0 repercussions for their [non] actions. They just undid the apocalypse in 2 seconds... o wow. Would have been better if they got the apocalypse, and had to live with the guilt of it all...

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  • koralis
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    Originally posted by Payne3d View Post
    was surprised at the lack of m. night shamalamalyan-ness in knock at the cabin
    He didn't write the story. It's based on a book by Paul Tremblay called Cabin at the End of the World.

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  • Silent-Runner
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    Originally posted by JZL View Post

    Happily, it won the documentary Oscar. I half-joked in Discord that this would be a great movie for mushroom therapy.
    i know, but most people have never even heard of it, that's what i meant.

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    The Irishman. Great movie, loved it, but jesus, over 3 1/2 hours, oof.

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  • Payne3d
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    Originally posted by Sundance Kid V2 View Post
    M3gan - 4/10. Not really scary or anything...
    Knock on the cabin's door.. 4.5/10. Was okish... nothing special.
    i didn't think either were that bad. 6/10 for both
    was surprised at the lack of m. night shamalamalyan-ness in knock at the cabin

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  • JZL
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    Originally posted by Silent-Runner View Post

    it's such an underrated gem.
    Happily, it won the documentary Oscar. I half-joked in Discord that this would be a great movie for mushroom therapy.

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  • Sundance Kid V2
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    M3gan - 4/10. Not really scary or anything...
    Knock on the cabin's door.. 4.5/10. Was okish... nothing special.

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  • Silent-Runner
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    Originally posted by JZL View Post
    My Octopus Teacher . . . 9/10. (Netflix)

    Being a landlocked Piscean, I really appreciated this one. It's a beautiful, informative, and compelling movie.
    it's such an underrated gem.

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  • pax
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    Blade Runner 2049. Kind of felt like a rewatch of this one after seeing snow in LA and Southern California... guess 2049 came early lol...

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  • KAC
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    Sharper. So predictable / 10.

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  • JZL
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    My Octopus Teacher . . . 9/10. (Netflix)

    Being a landlocked Piscean, I really appreciated this one. It's a beautiful, informative, and compelling movie.

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  • pax
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    Originally posted by JZL View Post

    ? Robert Heinlein has been dead for decades.
    Though the movie had almost nothing to do with the book, I still liked it. I made the mistake of taking a couple step-sons (ages 10 and 11) to see it in the theater, not realizing it was rated R and one of the most violent movies made up to that time. (There's a lil bit of T & A, but that was nothing compared to the violence).
    No sorry I meant the guy who wrote the screenplay for the Starship Troopers movie, Edward Neumeier. He also wrote the screenplays for the original Total Recall and Robocop movies. All classic sci-fi flicks.

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  • SubCog
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    Wakanda Forever. 5.5/10. One of the weakest Marvel films yet. There's some good ideas in the film, but nothing is really earned or fleshed out. Somehow it completely avoids ever being fun, even in parts where you've got a girl flying around in an iron man suit.

    There were a couple of stand-out performances. I thought the main actress was very good, despite her lack-luster performance in the first film. I particularly liked what they did with M'baku's character, and his actor was great in the role.

    Namor was ok I guess, but the blue water people didn't really work for me. They're ugly and don't really have any character or personality. I think there was a seed of a good idea there, but completely failed to take it anywhere interesting.

    The ironman girl was a total waste too. Not really sure why she was in the film at all.

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  • JZL
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    Originally posted by pax View Post
    Has a movie in the works called Young Sinner from the guy who wrote . . . Starship Troopers... Looking forward to it,
    ? Robert Heinlein has been dead for decades.
    Though the movie had almost nothing to do with the book, I still liked it. I made the mistake of taking a couple step-sons (ages 10 and 11) to see it in the theater, not realizing it was rated R and one of the most violent movies made up to that time. (There's a lil bit of T & A, but that was nothing compared to the violence).

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  • koralis
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    Everything, Everywhere, All At Once.

    I don't know how to process this one, let alone rate it. Has all the elements I love, but it's incoherent and I can't quite figure out how we ended up at the ending.

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  • Silent-Runner
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    The last mercenary. Ugh..... -4/10

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