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Old 05-11-2022, 04:36 PM   #23981 (permalink)
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Lol that must feel surreal
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Old 05-12-2022, 12:41 PM   #23982 (permalink)
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Spider-Man: No Way Home.

absolutely loved it!
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Old 05-12-2022, 01:45 PM   #23983 (permalink)
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Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

I didn't have the same cathartic experience you guys had it seems. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it very much. I thought the creativity and performances were top notch. I just feel like the theme of the film has been done before.

"Our protagonist starts off ____ and through many adventures throughout the film and many lessons learned, ends up resting ____"

Trying not to spoil the film but the payoff fell a little flat for me. I did have a very good time and laughed a lot though.

I thought Swiss Army Man had more emotional impact to be honest.
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Here I was thinking they invented the hero's journey.
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I saw that Pig movie with Nic Cage. I actually kinda liked it.
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Old 05-12-2022, 03:55 PM   #23986 (permalink)
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went to see Sonic 2 at the cinema last month with my younger brother.

goddamn! it was really good!

looking forward to the 3rd movie. i'm genuinely hoping Jim Carey will come back for one last movie before he retires.
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Old 05-12-2022, 04:30 PM   #23987 (permalink)
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Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

I didn't have the same cathartic experience you guys had it seems. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it very much. I thought the creativity and performances were top notch. I just feel like the theme of the film has been done before.

"Our protagonist starts off ____ and through many adventures throughout the film and many lessons learned, ends up resting ____"

Trying not to spoil the film but the payoff fell a little flat for me. I did have a very good time and laughed a lot though.

I thought Swiss Army Man had more emotional impact to be honest.
Of course many stories work like that but that doesn't really matter. What I loved about it is how effectively it deals with depression and family issues and midlife crises and general bleak nihilism and the value of human connection in overcoming all that. Also not exactly new, but the way they present it just makes it hit really hard for me
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Old 05-18-2022, 02:30 PM   #23989 (permalink)
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went to see Sonic 2 at the cinema last month with my younger brother.

goddamn! it was really good!

looking forward to the 3rd movie. i'm genuinely hoping Jim Carey will come back for one last movie before he retires.
I'm a big Sonic fan but the casting of Jim Carrey just doesn't seem right to me - shouldn't Eggman be a big rotund guy?
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I'm a big Sonic fan but the casting of Jim Carrey just doesn't seem right to me - shouldn't Eggman be a big rotund guy?
yes, but Jim Carrey makes up for it with his manic energy.

he's easily the best part of the movie.

anyway, watched the new live-action Chip N Dale: Rescue Rangers yesterday.

it was absolutely amazing!

easily tying with Sonic 2 for best movie i've seen this year.
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