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 Post subject: Re: Movies you've just watched
PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2021 10:50 pm 


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Tenet

Better than I expected. Definitely a theater experience, although maybe not to follow continuity (although I didn't stop and rewind). I think I welcome the James Bond aspect, but obviously there is some crap in there that was just bad...

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...like the protagonist's entire motive?


Still decent fun. Not something I'd rewatch time after time.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2021 4:21 pm 


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a couple weeks ago my buddy got a new LG C9 OLED and asked if I saw Tenet and I said no. so he wanted to show me an action scene on the TV
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the scene where you find out they're fighting themselves after the fact
and a couple minutes in I had to ask "is this the coolest scene in the movie???" and he said "yeah" so I immediately told him to shut it off lol. I watched it that night and I agree it was better than I expected as well. It wasn't so hard for me to grasp since having watched flicks like primer so many times, but some of my friends had issues figuring it out.

I'm going to see jacques tati's playtime in 35mm tonight at the music box so I'm pretty pumped to go to the theater again for the first time since early 2020. I've seen it numerous times along with the other monsieur hulot titles but not on the big screen
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I'm going to see jacques tati's playtime in 35mm tonight at the music box so I'm pretty pumped to go to the theater again for the first time since early 2020. I've seen it numerous times along with the other monsieur hulot titles but not on the big screen

Awesome, 35mm is still too small for Tativille but I envy you. :mrgreen: I discovered a neat little film a couple weeks ago which is similar to Playtime in how both are probably watched best with a bunch of peeps, each one looking at a separate part of the screen in order to follow different characters. It's on youtube and below arcade lenght, if anyone's interested.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2021 8:14 pm 


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I'm going to see jacques tati's playtime in 35mm tonight at the music box so I'm pretty pumped to go to the theater again for the first time since early 2020. I've seen it numerous times along with the other monsieur hulot titles but not on the big screen

Awesome, 35mm is still too small for Tativille but I envy you. :mrgreen:

I figured as much. It was on DCP for a few days and only 35mm today so I went for the film run

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I discovered a neat little film a couple weeks ago which is similar to Playtime in how both are probably watched best with a bunch of peeps, each one looking at a separate part of the screen in order to follow different characters. It's on youtube and below arcade lenght, if anyone's interested.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDem_3xr_3M

haven't seen this and yeah it's real fun
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2021 10:07 pm 


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I figured as much. It was on DCP for a few days and only 35mm today so I went for the film run

A wise decision, enjoy yourself!

It's funny, I thought about mentioning Playtime when the recent discussion around videogame-like movies came up since, outside of stuff like choose-your-own-adventure type of games and flicks, viewer agency is not something film watchers usually have to worry about, yet it is the core element of what makes Tati's masterpiece so fun and rewatchable.


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I was thinking about how incongruent the possession scenes in Ghostbusters: Answer the Call were with Ghostbusters' world design (and it's not like it's exactly the most rigid and defined thing out there to begin with).. And realized Ghostbusters is a low fantasy setting, like the good early chapters of Berserk, Kingdom: Death, Conan, etc. Supernatural magic is the domain of alien extra-dimensional monsters and legends, not regular humans. In order to acquire supernatural powers, you have to cease being human.

A cab driver using magic would be risible, but some freak from thousands of years ago only whispered about in ancient books? That's a little bit more believable - it's the kind of thing that forms the basis of many religions, after all.

So, possessions in the first movie: Getting possessed by the Terror Dogs were traumatic for the victims involved, the scene with Dana is often considered the scariest scene in the movie. Zuul and Vince are alien beings with alien morality - for example, Vince is a super friendly and affable guy who's super pumped about opening the gate and killing everybody.

Possessions in the second movie aren't quite as dramatic - Janosz becomes a little bit more obsessive, and also a creepy ghost nanny. Ray gets a spooky demon face for two seconds. Whatever, we didn't even get to see Louis play Super Mario Brothers.

Possessions in Answer the Call: some incel suicided with a glowy machine and just flies into random people. It just happens, no story or memorable scene. ... ... damnit, this movie is incongruent with itself isn't it? The guy's supposed to be some loser throwing a tantrum, but is somehow competent enough to be a threat? "The Enemy is simultaneously feeble and also godlike in his power."


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That's a very considered, articulate way to say you hate women BryanM :evil: I'm sorry Bryan, I was briefly possessed by the evil ghost of the film's marketing dept :shock:
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 Post subject: running out of run time
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Which role? ;) She's good in it! Her 'hidden' role if you go in blind will definitely catch you by surprise.


Gotcha. Whoa, the dilemma. As you noted about the run time, it's a thing that puts me off. First thing I check for a movie I'm inclined to is just how long will it take. 90min is fine if it's not a studio edit. I'm not feeling old, it's only the new super epics like Nolan and Snyder I can't stand. Gimme a Leone or Kubrick over them and I take it anytime. Thank the Coen's for having that one under control. Well, I don't mind stating that I'm as of now a Argento virgin, so I will fix that next up. Recommendations received! It's going to be Suspiria, Phenomena, and Inferno.
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Just a word of advice when watching Suspiria (original):

Don't watch it at a party with a bunch of drunken friends. Watch it in the dark in as close to a theater experience as you can manage. I speak from experience.
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Tenebre is a great horror party giallo, though, also speaking from experience. Splendid ridiculous evil. :cool:
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I'm reminded that Orson Welles had a famous rule that a movie should never be longer than two hours or the audience will get bored.

The two shows I want to catch next week at the theater are Matinee by Joe Dante (what seems like a delightful John Goodman performance), and Goodbye Dragon Inn. Hopefully one or both of them will be worth my while.
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I kinda hate going to the theater just 'cause I don't like watching movies with random people and their reactions annoy me (yeah, I'm a miserable sack of shit, lol), but getting jealous of all y'alls options. Tati would probably be fun though in a theater.

Matinee is pretty fun. I finally watched that myself a couple years back. It's a good throwback to William Castle's gimmicks that I guess he'd do. Been wanting to see Goodbye Dragon Inn. I watched The Hole like 5 or 6 years ago and wasn't a fan, but wanted to give the director another shot. The Hole just came off to me like Dennis Potter-lite and really bugged me, but again, see miserable sack of shit.
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 Post subject: Re: Movies you've just watched
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That's a very considered, articulate way to say you hate women BryanM :evil:


Heh, it was amazing how that movie became a surrogate battleground for all the 2016 doom that was going on. No review. I Refuse., and the guy's worse than hitler.

It's really cool they've decided to continue releasing Ghostbusters movies to honor landmark doomy years. A franchise about apocalypses, for the apocalypse. Very fitting.

There's not a 0% chance they could inject that immortality serum into the old cast and make them into franchise slaves pumping out increasingly unnecessary sequels. Instead of zombie dead actor CGI puppets. It would be a very weird aspect to the unraveling.


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I'm reminded that Orson Welles had a famous rule that a movie should never be longer than two hours or the audience will get bored.

The two shows I want to catch next week at the theater are Matinee by Joe Dante (what seems like a delightful John Goodman performance), and Goodbye Dragon Inn. Hopefully one or both of them will be worth my while.

music box? I'm not going but I saw both of those in 35mm run in the lineup :P
I love seeing movies there. a couple years ago for my birthday I was able to catch escape from new york which it somehow was my s/o's first time seeing it and was just as fun as you'd expect


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I kinda hate going to the theater just 'cause I don't like watching movies with random people and their reactions annoy me (yeah, I'm a miserable sack of shit, lol), but getting jealous of all y'alls options. Tati would probably be fun though in a theater.

Matinee is pretty fun. I finally watched that myself a couple years back. It's a good throwback to William Castle's gimmicks that I guess he'd do. Been wanting to see Goodbye Dragon Inn. I watched The Hole like 5 or 6 years ago and wasn't a fan, but wanted to give the director another shot. The Hole just came off to me like Dennis Potter-lite and really bugged me, but again, see miserable sack of shit.

playtime was great as expected but I'm sorta the same way where I get easily distracted in theatres, but believe it or not a handful of places here (facets cinematheque, music box, gene siskel film center and even to a degree landmark century centre and amc river east) everyone is super respectful/quiet. right now some of the theaters sell out under capacity and ask that you spread out so it kinda helps with not having to sit by anyone but you still can't help crowd reactions of course. our closest location "davis theater" has definitely been the typical "people talking during the movie" kinda place for us though
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 Post subject: Re: Movies you've just watched
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Just saw Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal and Get the Goat, both on Netflix. Both were great.
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Xtreme, a Spanish movie on Netflix. About a retired hitman who’s forced back into action to kill the stepbrother who murdered his family and those he cared about. Kinda reminds me of John Wick. Oscar Jaenada and Sergio Peris-Mencheta are once again villains in this movie, just like Rambo: Last Blood, except their roles are reversed. Sergio Peris-Mencheta was the main villain in Last Blood, and Oscar Jaenada was the henchman. In this movie, however, it’s Jaenada who’s the main villain and Peris-Mencheta who’s the henchman.
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A Serious Man

I didn't anticipate any of this. A man who is very much there, and he's falling to pieces. And it's hilarious. Given the p.o.v., his sanity is the struggle and the insanity of everbody else the adventure. Please. Accept the mystery. New Hi Score for a movie depicting Jewish surroundings and leaving out any Nazi scum. After we see the face of Fagle and all comes to an uncommon ending, I immediately thought about what the most serious man Larry would do next. That's the stuff.

Phenomena felt a smite drawn out. Chop some off. But it's all very well when the last reel begins. So bonkers, so fun.What this movie gets out of by showing a bare bum monkey, it's unheard of. But why is the insect princess Jennifer-sama capable of doing all this in the first place? I accept the mystery.

The Hudsucker Proxy. First watch. A mystery to me. It has its moments, but doesn't feel coherent. In the beginning I thought I was watching a Tim Burton studio movie. In the mailroom scene I thought it was Terry Gilliam. Some silly slapstick and I thought of Sam Raimi. The Coens are somewhere there in between, I suppose. When it's capitalism satire it's all superficial thanks to the stylized tone of it all. Ah, well. You can't rave about all of 'em.
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It wasn't so hard for me to grasp since having watched flicks like primer so many times, but some of my friends had issues figuring it out.


I immediately though "this is amateur hour compared to Primer". :D
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A heads-up...

Criterion is releasing a Melvin Van Peebles 4 movie box set:


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A heads-up...

Criterion is releasing a Melvin Van Peebles 4 movie box set:


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The Terminal

Tom Hanks as an Eastern European stuck in an airport terminal in parallel with his country's civil war.

It's really a just a vehicle for Hanks to do a character study. He does an okay job at it, but that in no way justifies a whole movie around it and the story sinks under the weight of it. There might be an interesting and heartfelt strand or two woven into it, but it's not enough to rescue the boring sappy mess.

Not particularly recommended unless you have no other choice. It feels like it was designed specifically to be the movie you watch on an airplane just because.


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Infinite. I don’t care what people say, I liked the movie, and Antoine Fuqua never disappoints. I especially enjoyed the final battle on the plane, it was like Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and Terminator: Dark Fate rolled into one.
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The Void (2017) Hicksville USA: Scary Rednecks are blasting n' burning teenagers in a farmhouse, one of whom escapes to the car of Nice Cop! They go to Creepy Hospital, which isn't doing great, having been gutted by a recent fire, when Scary Rednecks arrive! But wait, who are these shrouded knife-wielding fucks encircling Creepy Hospital??? And is Creepy Doc up to something! :shock: Warts n' all homage to Hellraiser 2 (not Hellraiser 1!) by way of From Beyond and Prince of Darkness. That is to say, crazy occult shit with hearty helpings of practical bodyhorror, steeped in cosmic menace.

Best features by far are the creature effects and sets. Beyond the intact facade of Creepy Hospital lies a malleable labyrinth of psychohorror. Creepy Doc is not my favourite narrative device, nor was he in From Beyond, tbh - if we must, his less omniscient counterpart Creepy Prof (cf Event Horizon) is preferable. That forgiven, it's a fine B-horror evening, with some movingly impressive practicals. Mewling juggernauts of bone n' brain spewing buckets of toxic guts when boomsticked, pitiably arse-faced ghouls haplessly maiming all in reach, an eerily pursuing Ghost Mom (w/Ghost Dead Baby) - it's a right laugh, and 90minute-tight (runtime of the gods). Not bad at all, and MUCH healthier for your kids than that lame Paranormal Business 3: A Ghost Touch My Pen0r shite!

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Loved the finale's reference to The Beyond! Real recognise real!



Watched it last night. For a pastiche it hits all of the points, I feel. Competent practical effects, digital strange-scapes, and a soundtrack that hums: You got me in your corner. By the by, do you remember the creature creeping on all fours who walks belly up? Down in the basement segment? That's not an effect, that's an extremely limber fella, doing his thing :shock:! Solid is what I think overall of it, where many others fall flat very early on. It was so pleasant, that I even embraced the little twists, almost surprised about it. :) Noooo, not you, too? And the dude in the hospital bed is watching Night of the Living Dead. Why? Because it's free.
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By the by, do you remember the creature creeping on all fours who walks belly up? Down in the basement segment? That's not an effect, that's an extremely limber fella, doing his thing :shock:!


That does ring a bell! Reminded me of 'orrible old XTRO, good stuff indeed. Was thinking back on this one recently, having replayed a few old survival horror favourites (SH2 having the most directly comparable Cold Black Hellspital, but RE4's decaying island stronghold boasts similarly foul cachet). Could see it becoming a real cult (bwaaa!) favourite over time.
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The Void (2017) Hicksville USA: Scary Rednecks are blasting n' burning teenagers in a farmhouse, one of whom escapes to the car of Nice Cop! They go to Creepy Hospital, which isn't doing great, having been gutted by a recent fire, when Scary Rednecks arrive! But wait, who are these shrouded knife-wielding fucks encircling Creepy Hospital??? And is Creepy Doc up to something! :shock: Warts n' all homage to Hellraiser 2 (not Hellraiser 1!) by way of From Beyond and Prince of Darkness. That is to say, crazy occult shit with hearty helpings of practical bodyhorror, steeped in cosmic menace.

Best features by far are the creature effects and sets. Beyond the intact facade of Creepy Hospital lies a malleable labyrinth of psychohorror. Creepy Doc is not my favourite narrative device, nor was he in From Beyond, tbh - if we must, his less omniscient counterpart Creepy Prof (cf Event Horizon) is preferable. That forgiven, it's a fine B-horror evening, with some movingly impressive practicals. Mewling juggernauts of bone n' brain spewing buckets of toxic guts when boomsticked, pitiably arse-faced ghouls haplessly maiming all in reach, an eerily pursuing Ghost Mom (w/Ghost Dead Baby) - it's a right laugh, and 90minute-tight (runtime of the gods). Not bad at all, and MUCH healthier for your kids than that lame Paranormal Business 3: A Ghost Touch My Pen0r shite!

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Loved the finale's reference to The Beyond! Real recognise real!



Watched it last night. For a pastiche it hits all of the points, I feel. Competent practical effects, digital strange-scapes, and a soundtrack that hums: You got me in your corner. By the by, do you remember the creature creeping on all fours who walks belly up? Down in the basement segment? That's not an effect, that's an extremely limber fella, doing his thing :shock:! Solid is what I think overall of it, where many others fall flat very early on. It was so pleasant, that I even embraced the little twists, almost surprised about it. :) Noooo, not you, too? And the dude in the hospital bed is watching Night of the Living Dead. Why? Because it's free.


Me and a friend were thinking of doing a Night Trap-style FMV game in the vein of The Void, so instead of vampires or criminals(Double Switch), you fend off not-Cthulhu cultists.
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Run

A low-key thriller, where nobody even dies on screen and there are only two important characters.
Chloe is a recluse 17 year old girl living out of town with her mother, who teaches her at home and keeps her well away from friends, Internet access, other family members, etc. with the excuse of serious health problems.
As she is about to leave home and go to college, Chloe discovers that there is something seriously wrong with her mother (very strangely, because she is represented as smart and resourceful enough to figure out something at a much younger age) and her natural reaction is what the title suggests. Between leg paralysis, her mother's proactive attitude, lack of outside help and other complications, Chloe fails, fails again, fails better, and reaches the safety of a brief "seven years later" epilogue only at the end.

Somewhat original (for example, many scenes with Chloe in her wheelchair) and notable for not explaining everything and not making the protagonist unreasonably heroic and/or effective.


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Saw a movie yesterday starring that guy who doesnt get metaphors in guardians of the galaxy playing an ex-something and gets entangled in a terrorist ranson drama taking place during a soccer game... And i Saw it with polish One man does it all dubbing, aw jeez.... Meh, 2/5.
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And the dude in the hospital bed is watching Night of the Living Dead. Why? Because it's free.


Hahaha oh man, that is an excellent post, mate!

but yeah, +1 for The Void. Really looking forward to Psycho Goreman...
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For all the Argento heads, there is a rerelease coming for Suspiria on vinyl.

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Just saw Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard. Just as good as the first one, and a triumphant return to theaters!
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