Rate the last film you watched out of 100 Page 3842

  • TechnoHippy 12 Mar 2019 15:42:37 14,862 posts
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    2dividedby0 wrote:
    The Endless

    7/10

    Don't let the words 'crazy UFO death cult put you off' as The Endless has so much more to offer. I don't recall seeing anything quite like it in the past.
    I enjoyed this - it has a lovecraftian feel to it.
  • RedPanda87 12 Mar 2019 15:56:28 1,875 posts
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    irrelevanthuman wrote:
    Leave No Trace

    Watched on NowTV

    10/10

    This film doesnít put a foot wrong.
    Agreed. Maybe my favourite film of 2018. Such a shame the Oscars ignored it.
  • brokenkey 12 Mar 2019 16:47:11 10,218 posts
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    The cover makes it look like Hunt for the Wilderpeople. I presume it's different from that?
  • irrelevanthuman 12 Mar 2019 17:10:13 412 posts
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    @brokenkey

    Yep, can see what you mean.
    Theyíre vastly different in tone, Leave No Trace is quite serious, with a documentary-like approach to the material. Both awesome movies though.
  • Oldsheppy 12 Mar 2019 17:33:53 36 posts
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    RedPanda87 wrote:
    irrelevanthuman wrote:
    Leave No Trace

    Watched on NowTV

    10/10

    This film doesnít put a foot wrong.
    Agreed. Maybe my favourite film of 2018. Such a shame the Oscars ignored it.
    Thirded. Absolutely brilliant film. Definitely my best film of last year. I keep thinking about the ending.
  • QBX 12 Mar 2019 22:28:21 36 posts
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    Free Fire

    How not to do an arms deal.

    Was enjoyable up until just over the half way point when the premise started to wear a little thin. From that point it was people slowly crawling about shooting at each other and missing over and over again.

    6/10
  • 2dividedby0 13 Mar 2019 09:22:05 32 posts
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    The Lobster

    7/10

    Outright bizarre take on singletons required to find love within 45 days or be turned into an animal of their choice. Itís original to say the least, but testing at the same time. 30 minutes towards the end it took a lot to stick with it, as the idea dragged on at pedestrian pace. Itís humour comes across as deliberately slow, almost wooden, like two introverts struggling to hold a conversation.
  • DUFFMAN5 13 Mar 2019 13:38:16 24,413 posts
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    Captain Marvel
    Brilliant, loved it as did the big MCU fan in our family...the wife :)
    90%

    Halloween (2018)
    Great, good update and conclusion. I though new Loomis was shite though, eye liner and all. He looked like Omar Sharif so I named him Shatrif due to his lack of acting "chops"
    70%
  • cov 13 Mar 2019 16:22:26 1,917 posts
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    The endless - watched because of recommendations here and the thread delivers again

    8/10 intelligent and well made
  • wuntyphyve 13 Mar 2019 17:17:08 12,101 posts
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    I've been meaning to watch The Endless for a while. Looks like I'll need to get around to it.
  • SuperSoupy 13 Mar 2019 17:43:58 78 posts
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    Training Day

    7.9/10

    The first two acts of this film are 10/10 outstanding. Ethan Hawke is subtly great as a rookie cop. You can almost smell the stink of L.A. back-alleys the atmosphere is that good. The storytelling, pacing, and script are fantastic, and it's all anchored by what may be Denzel's best performance (he reallly should play a baddie more often!).

    It's a shame then, that the third act descends into a lazy storytelling throwback (that writer David Ayer would later re-use in the largely panned "Bright"), forced exposition, and cliche plot in a boring effort to 'wrap things up'. For such a smart movie it's shocking how it noticeably drops its own IQ in the last 25 mins.

    It's still good, like.

    Edited by SuperSoupy at 12:48:11 14-03-2019
  • Load_2.0 13 Mar 2019 20:43:39 29,052 posts
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    Ayer's films have plenty of potential but so many of them are just a bit disappointing.

    Antoine Fuqua has the same problem. His last few have been very pedestrian, borderline B Grade action flicks.

    Training Day is probably the best thing either have delivered.
  • spindle9988 13 Mar 2019 21:00:47 4,876 posts
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    QBX wrote:
    Free Fire

    How not to do an arms deal.

    Was enjoyable up until just over the half way point when the premise started to wear a little thin. From that point it was people slowly crawling about shooting at each other and missing over and over again.

    6/10

    I just couldn't get on with film due to the fact everyone crawls about on the floor for the whole running time.
  • neilka 13 Mar 2019 21:03:40 22,510 posts
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    I'd avoid the Human Centipede films
  • mrpon 13 Mar 2019 21:15:26 35,150 posts
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    A leggy arthropod.
  • RyanDS 14 Mar 2019 08:16:16 12,712 posts
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    Captain Marvel

    Not bad, definitely a lower tier MCU movie, but that still puts it as a good film. (Seriously. 20 films in and there is still not a bad one. Some mediocre, but nothing actually poor.)

    I loved the soundtrack, most of the cast, but I found it took itself a little too serious.

    Still worth watching though.

    7/10
  • DUFFMAN5 14 Mar 2019 09:25:33 24,413 posts
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    @RyanDS
    I thought it was great, as you say soundtrack spot on. I would have liked some Soundgarden in there though. Liked the nine inch nails shirt.

    Have to take exception with your "not a bad one" Thor 2 is fecking abysmal!

    Otherwise agree

    P.s. Nice tribute to Stan Lee in opening credits :)
  • drhickman1983 14 Mar 2019 09:38:22 5,860 posts
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    Iron Man 2 and the Hulk film are pretty crap too.

    I put Captain Marvel in the B-tier (which is where most end up) Enjoyed it more than Doctor Strange or Ant Man, but it's no Winter Soldier or GotG1
  • DUFFMAN5 14 Mar 2019 09:52:00 24,413 posts
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    @drhickman1983

    Not seen the stand alone Hulk films.

    Some of my favs of MCU:
    Thor 3 to a lesser degree 1
    Gotg1 to a lesser degree 2
    Antman
    Avenger films
    Capt A 2
  • RyanDS 14 Mar 2019 09:57:12 12,712 posts
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    drhickman1983 wrote:
    Iron Man 2 and the Hulk film are pretty crap too.

    I put Captain Marvel in the B-tier (which is where most end up) Enjoyed it more than Doctor Strange or Ant Man, but it's no Winter Soldier or GotG1
    I wouldn't call them crap. They were adequate, 6/10 at least for me. They aren't Justice League levels of crap for instance.
  • Bichii 14 Mar 2019 09:58:23 1,653 posts
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    S tier
    Ragnarok
    Homecoming
    Infinity war
    Gotg 1&2


    A tier
    Black panther
    Civil war


    B tier
    Iron Man 1
    Dr strange

    C tier
    Avengers 2
    Winter soldier

    Shite tier
    Everything else.
  • Dougs 14 Mar 2019 09:58:32 88,859 posts
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    Original Cap is right up there for me. Love the era, style Etc. Otherwise, I generally prefer superhero films that don't take themselves too seriously, so GotG, Ragnorok, Spidey Homecoming, Infinity War to a lesser extent. Although having said that, Into the Spider verse is probably the best of the lot imo. (I know it's not strictly MCU... I don't think?)
  • You-can-call-me-kal 14 Mar 2019 10:54:48 15,263 posts
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    Into the Spider-Verse is Sony I think. Nothing to do with MCU.
  • BinaryBob101 14 Mar 2019 12:15:34 26,757 posts
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    You could argue that it definitely is/could be in the future or past. The beauty of the Spider-Verse is that the MCU could very well be a parallel universe and could be reffed in a future sequel.
  • Blakester 14 Mar 2019 12:18:00 4,721 posts
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    Bichii wrote:
    S tier
    Ragnarok
    Homecoming
    Infinity war
    Gotg 1&2


    A tier
    Black panther
    Civil war


    B tier
    Iron Man 1
    Dr strange

    C tier
    Avengers 2
    Winter soldier

    Shite tier
    Everything else.
    Am I to assume that you are putting Avengers Assemble in the shite tier?
  • Zerobob 14 Mar 2019 12:30:23 2,210 posts
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    Blakester wrote:
    Bichii wrote:
    S tier
    Ragnarok
    Homecoming
    Infinity war
    Gotg 1&2


    A tier
    Black panther
    Civil war


    B tier
    Iron Man 1
    Dr strange

    C tier
    Avengers 2
    Winter soldier

    Shite tier
    Everything else.
    Am I to assume that you are putting Avengers Assemble in the shite tier?
    Also, Iron Man 1 "B tier"?!

    That's still my favourite Marvel film by quite a big margin. Robert Downey Jr's portrayal of Tony Stark is utterly perfect, you see all his flaws, and you're rooting for him to overcome them for the majority of the film. The Iron Man concept is succinct, lean, and believable, whilst not being silly. The film also has plenty of charm and humour.

    Long story short, Tony Stark has a clear and meaningful character arc, which is communicated perfectly to the audience, and the film has a great message, things I don't think any other Marvel film has managed to top.
  • BinaryBob101 14 Mar 2019 12:30:51 26,757 posts
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    Winter Soldier in the C Tier is ridiculous. Then again, so is not checking the BBFC website if you're a concerned parent of young children.
  • DUFFMAN5 14 Mar 2019 12:39:07 24,413 posts
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    Bichii wrote:
    S tier
    Ragnarok
    Homecoming
    Infinity war
    Gotg 1&2


    A tier
    Black panther
    Civil war


    B tier
    Iron Man 1
    Dr strange

    C tier
    Avengers 2
    Winter soldier

    Shite tier
    Your opinion/rating system.
    :)
  • Bichii 14 Mar 2019 12:42:26 1,653 posts
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    Opinions. :).

    I only generally like the newer, more light hearted films. Most of the older stuff was pretty dull.
  • SuperSoupy 14 Mar 2019 12:46:36 78 posts
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    Ragnarok to me seemed like a comedy that was trying to be funny. Unlike GotG or Homecoming, which had genuine laughs and heart.

    I really don't get the appraisal for Ragnarok. It tries too hard. I honestly believe if someone made a youtube video adding studio audience noises and canned laughter, it would point out just how poor the comedy in that movie actually is.

    Still, it's the best Thor movie by a mile.
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