The Last Movie You Watch.

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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#51 Post by UnknownSoldier » 31 Aug 2013 19:34

My movie for today was a "Reservoir Dogs" by Tarantello. :cry: :cry:
And I see how Madsen kill that cop in 100's time. :| :|

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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#52 Post by UnknownSoldier » 01 Sep 2013 17:03

Moovie... Well, this is Who Fuck The Rodger Rabbit!!! :evil: :twisted:

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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#53 Post by UnknownSoldier » 02 Sep 2013 17:59

So, I am watching now film named The Riddick 2013. Cool!!! :evil: :twisted:

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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#54 Post by Catanduva » 09 Sep 2018 18:41

Laserblast (1980)
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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#55 Post by Catanduva » 16 Sep 2018 02:27

1990 - I Guerrieri Del Bronx (1982)

I didn't understand the conversations because it hadn't subtitles. I read that the plot is a copy of a Shakespeare tragedy named Troillo and Kressyda.

Dawn Of The Dead (1978)

Two hours and half watching a game of shooting zombies. I don't recommend.
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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#56 Post by Led Guardian » 17 Sep 2018 06:34

Catanduva wrote:
16 Sep 2018 02:27
1990 - I Guerrieri Del Bronx (1982)

I didn't understand the conversations because it hadn't subtitles. I read that the plot is a copy of a Shakespeare tragedy named Troillo and Kressyda.

Dawn Of The Dead (1978)

Two hours and half watching a game of shooting zombies. I don't recommend.
Whaaaat? Dawn of the Dead is a classic of B horror.
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#57 Post by Catanduva » 20 Sep 2018 15:03

I just expected more. But watched the whole movie.
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#58 Post by Catanduva » 20 Oct 2018 20:59

Pretty Woman(1990)

I was forced to watch this movie for the second time (first was in 1990) in an uncle/aunt visit and noticed some things that are not typical of a light-romantic movie.

First, the too much obvious suggestion of a porn movie facial. Then, the scene in which Julia Roberts and Richard Gere rise cheek-to-cheek close to the camera reminded me of old movies or the movie poster from Casablanca. A little sarcasm, maybe, because the scene was not necessary for the plot.

There's also a moment in which the camera focuses on their feet and they are barefoot. It seems there's a kind of message there, because again the scene is not necessary for the plot, but I can't get what exactly this message is about.

Finally, in the end of the movie, a ship company is saved from bankruptcy because signed a contract with the government. This is to remind us that free capitalist competition doesn't exist in the world of the biggest ones, the militar-industrial companies, those who control the world. It's all about deals and agreements. Free market ideology is for fools. :mrgreen:
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#59 Post by wade-newb » 21 Oct 2018 06:53

A Simple Favour. Had me feeling genre-confused the whole time until the end, but such an enjoyable movie because of it.
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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#60 Post by Led Guardian » 23 Oct 2018 18:22

Catanduva wrote:
20 Oct 2018 20:59
Pretty Woman(1990)

I was forced to watch this movie for the second time (first was in 1990) in an uncle/aunt visit and noticed some things that are not typical of a light-romantic movie.

First, the too much obvious suggestion of a porn movie facial. Then, the scene in which Julia Roberts and Richard Gere rise cheek-to-cheek close to the camera reminded me of old movies or the movie poster from Casablanca. A little sarcasm, maybe, because the scene was not necessary for the plot.

There's also a moment in which the camera focuses on their feet and they are barefoot. It seems there's a kind of message there, because again the scene is not necessary for the plot, but I can't get what exactly this message is about.

Finally, in the end of the movie, a ship company is saved from bankruptcy because signed a contract with the government. This is to remind us that free capitalist competition doesn't exist in the world of the biggest ones, the militar-industrial companies, those who control the world. It's all about deals and agreements. Free market ideology is for fools. :mrgreen:
Indeed. It's about a wealthy CEO who buys up Julia Roberts' small business, and then shuts it down. :lol:
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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#61 Post by Catanduva » 23 Oct 2018 22:09

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