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Old 06-02-2018, 07:23 PM   #21511 (permalink)
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It's actually pretty overrated. Franco's impersonation wears thin very quickly, and that's probably more to do with Tommy Wiseau already being fucking annoying as it is, but it was hardly that funny. Much better comedies have been made with that little rat pack of a crew before.
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Went in with pretty much no expectations and was really floored. The acting was incredible and I loved all of the homages to The Room throughout the film in the cinematography. They also nailed the remake element of it, they didn't have to show the side by side at the end for me to recognize that. It did have a cliched ass soundtrack that's going to make it sound dated (it already sounds dated to me), but I was really surprised and the ending even warmed my cold heart. 4.5/5
Yes! It was so good. I went in with high expectations and left happy.
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Zodiac. Even better than the first time I saw it. Love the scene at the end when Graysmith confronts Allen in the hardware store. Minimal dialogue but the facial expressions say it all.
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Went in with pretty much no expectations and was really floored. The acting was incredible and I loved all of the homages to The Room throughout the film in the cinematography. They also nailed the remake element of it, they didn't have to show the side by side at the end for me to recognize that. It did have a cliched ass soundtrack that's going to make it sound dated (it already sounds dated to me), but I was really surprised and the ending even warmed my cold heart. 4.5/5
Yeah, my friend and I watched it during the short time it was in theaters. Great movie. The only part I didn't like was that really ****ing corny scene where they all start laughing at the movie.
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Old 06-04-2018, 02:39 AM   #21515 (permalink)
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I last watched HARD TO KILL (1990) on VHS
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The last VHS movie I watched was Ye shou xing jing (aka Beast Cops), a surprisingly well made Hong Kong thriller. Good enough that I'd like to watch it again. It was a couple years ago, so the VHS stuff is long gone. I wonder how hard it would be to find on DVD.
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John Wick. I counted 57 kills. I may be wrong - really hard to keep up.
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Although this did have me uncontrollably laughing during a few scenes, overall its definitely a well made film but a lot of the jokes and gags fell embarrassingly flat. Sort of a love/hate going on. I'd say 6.5/10.



This on the other hand is fucking hysterical. Yorgo Lanthimos is one of my favorite directors that's emerged this decade. The look of this film is gorge. I'm lazy to check who the cinematographer is but what an incredible job. Very Kubrick like shots and meticulous production design. Extremely great film. 9/10
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What We Do In The Shadows is one of my favorite movies.
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