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Re: The Last Movie You Watch.

#1 Post by The Rider Of Rohan » 13 Mar 2011 10:44

Hereafter. A very touching movie about the afterlife.

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#2 Post by Orodaran » 13 Mar 2011 14:59

Robin Hood.

2 hours and a half of movie and at the end the tag appears "and so the legend BEGINS".

So what the bloody hell have I watched until then!??!
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#3 Post by Andreas » 13 Mar 2011 15:25

The beginning of the legend :P

And what's this? A spambot being interested in the movies that we, real people are watching?

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#4 Post by Palantyre » 13 Mar 2011 20:02

Police Academy.

Still damn hilarious.
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#5 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 14 Mar 2011 00:17

just watched Starship Troopers
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#6 Post by Palantyre » 14 Mar 2011 01:38

Gandalf de Grijze wrote:just watched Starship Troopers
One of my favourite movies ever, and the soundtrack is fantastic.
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#7 Post by MarchOfTime » 14 Mar 2011 03:52

Battle: Los Angeles

mad cliche, but still a pretty entertaining moive
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#8 Post by spamel » 15 Mar 2011 00:31

Taken was on last night, I really like it. Liam Neeson is just pure ninja in this film, I reckon he'd have Chuck Norris worried for a bit!
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#9 Post by Frozen within » 18 Mar 2011 12:25

Letters to Juliette ....

Don't even fucking ask ...

edit : wait, I saw Due Date after that. That movie was at times funny, but more often painfully NOT funny and pretty awkward too (a dude masturbating simultaneously with his dog is just a bit too much out there, even for me).
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#10 Post by Skyflat » 22 Mar 2011 20:22

Jackass 3!!! :twisted:
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#11 Post by yamasidious » 23 Mar 2011 00:47

Skyflat wrote:Jackass 3!!! :twisted:
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#12 Post by Sarah » 06 Apr 2011 23:19

Last movie at the cinema was a French one, about a left-winged girl who sleeps with right/extreme right dudes until they change their minds. Surprisingly good actually :)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1646974/ for whoever is interested.

Else, RED with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovitch and Helen Mirren (oh, and random younger girl), AWESOME one with plenty of explosions, gratuitous violence, punches, rockets, machine guns and bodycount ! 8)
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#13 Post by Skyflat » 07 Apr 2011 19:59

"RRRrrr!!!"

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#14 Post by GreenAjah » 09 Apr 2012 21:13

Ha! I just watched Krull, a fabulously ridiculous British fantasy movie from 1983, complete with a cyclops, a guy who is a dead ringer for Roger the Shrubber, and a hero who smiles regardless of what's going on in the story and abandons members of his party (including a child and a blind old man) in tough situations. It was great. Watched again the other night out of boredom and used At the Edge of Time as a soundtrack. As one might expect, the addition of Blind Guardian made the movie ten times better and far more hilarious.
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#15 Post by Baby_Kürsch » 18 Apr 2012 02:15

Palantyre wrote:
Gandalf de Grijze wrote:just watched Starship Troopers
One of my favourite movies ever, and the soundtrack is fantastic.
you should read the book
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#16 Post by spamel » 18 Apr 2012 16:39

I watched Crazy Heart last night, and really enjoyed it. A bit cliched, and obvious, but still enjoyable.
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#17 Post by Frozen within » 22 Apr 2012 01:18

Today I watched Paranormal Activity 3. Well, to say that the magic is gone is quite the understatement. Pretty weak flick, with bland acting performances and never a truly scary atmosphere ... Quite unlike the very first movie of the series, which made me cry for mommy at one point :oops: Quite a disappointing movie, but maybe it's for the better, I sleep better with the lights off anyway.

Tomorrow's up : Either Mission impossible 4, Tucker and dale vs evil, A better life, Real Steel, Fright Night or the latest Sherlock Holmes movie. Or a couple of those. Hope some of those movies are nice.
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#18 Post by Baby_Kürsch » 22 Apr 2012 05:08

Frozen within wrote:Today I watched Paranormal Activity 3. Well, to say that the magic is gone is quite the understatement. Pretty weak flick, with bland acting performances and never a truly scary atmosphere ... Quite unlike the very first movie of the series, which made me cry for mommy at one point :oops: Quite a disappointing movie, but maybe it's for the better, I sleep better with the lights off anyway.

Tomorrow's up : Either Mission impossible 4, Tucker and dale vs evil, A better life, Real Steel, Fright Night or the latest Sherlock Holmes movie. Or a couple of those. Hope some of those movies are nice.

I highly recommend Tucker and Dale vs Evil, really really funny, a tad bit predictable at times but a fun watch none the less.
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#19 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 23 Apr 2012 23:16

Just finished watching "Knowing" with Nicholas Cage. Gotta admit this movie surprised me in many ways all of them positive. Eventhough the ending was becoming a bit predictable, you were led to doubt your predictions due to the great twists and turns in the plot that made the entire movie so surprising... So eventhough you could predict the ending, you wouldn't untill the very end.
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#20 Post by jouzinka » 24 Apr 2012 02:56

I watched Anonymous and before that Solomon Kane. :mrgreen:
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#21 Post by t.a.j. » 24 Apr 2012 09:30

Baby_Kürsch wrote: I highly recommend Tucker and Dale vs Evil, really really funny, a tad bit predictable at times but a fun watch none the less.
Seconded.

Also: Iron Fucking Sky.
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#22 Post by t.a.j. » 24 Apr 2012 09:34

Gandalf de Grijze wrote:Just finished watching "Knowing" with Nicholas Cage. Gotta admit this movie surprised me in many ways all of them positive. Eventhough the ending was becoming a bit predictable, you were led to doubt your predictions due to the great twists and turns in the plot that made the entire movie so surprising... So eventhough you could predict the ending, you wouldn't untill the very end.
I was so annoying with the whole irrationality and bullshitting they took so seriously in the movie. The whole idea is about as silly and ridiculous as nazis on the moon and should have been treated like that. Anything else in the movie was just run-off-the-mill hollywood blah-blah. Horrible film.
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#23 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 25 Apr 2012 07:44

Can't say I agree with any of your points, for me it was a really nice movie.
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#24 Post by kanbera » 05 Jun 2012 11:11

At cinema it was Lithuanian film based on Jurga Ivanauskaitė's book "Miegančiųjų drugelių tvirtovė". On a TV... Am... I don't remember. :D
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#25 Post by Palantyre » 07 Jun 2012 15:47

t.a.j. wrote:
Baby_Kürsch wrote: I highly recommend Tucker and Dale vs Evil, really really funny, a tad bit predictable at times but a fun watch none the less.
Seconded.

Also: Iron Fucking Sky.
Thirding Tucker & Dale, and fuck yeah Iron Sky.

As for the topic, last movie I saw was Prometheus last friday. It was excellent. Really damn intense and had some amazing acting. Go see it.
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#26 Post by Led Guardian » 10 Jun 2012 04:29

Palantyre wrote:
t.a.j. wrote:
Baby_Kürsch wrote: I highly recommend Tucker and Dale vs Evil, really really funny, a tad bit predictable at times but a fun watch none the less.
Seconded.

Also: Iron Fucking Sky.
Thirding Tucker & Dale, and fuck yeah Iron Sky.

As for the topic, last movie I saw was Prometheus last friday. It was excellent. Really damn intense and had some amazing acting. Go see it.
Need to see Prometheus, and I'm jealous about Iron Sky. All my friends and I were excited to see it for some good absurd entertainment, but they didn't release it in US theaters.
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#27 Post by Joost » 13 Jun 2012 19:43

Das weisse Band.

An artistic, quiet, but very impressive movie about some things in a village going terribly wrong in Germany in the years before WW1.
You charge each other for the time and breath it takes to say 'good morning',
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#28 Post by Frozen within » 19 Jul 2012 20:44

Project X

Loved it, although I know it's basically a flick devoid of actual content and aimed at a target audience with an average age of 17 :wink:
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#29 Post by Sarah » 22 Jul 2012 09:06

Saw the Amazing Spiderman. Still not perfect, but sooooo much better than the 3 previous ones.

Oh, and a big massive recommendation to Starbuck, a movie from Quebec. Real good, funny, clever, sweet and quite simple. With a few really good quotes.
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#30 Post by Dragon Guardian » 18 Aug 2012 15:05

The Dark Knight Rises which was a great finale to the Nolan trilogy, although I don't think it matches up to the second installment. Anne Hathaway was surprisingly convincing in her role. Nowhere near the train wreck Catwoman movie. Bane was an interesting villain.

My biggest complaint is that Gotham became Manhattan. I would have preferred had they kept the original look from Batman Begins with its gritty feel.

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#31 Post by Frozen within » 19 Aug 2012 11:01

The cabin in the woods

Didn't like it that much really, the makers failed imo with their approach of 'choreographed horror', and the underlying theme of vengeful old gods seems painfully misplaced in a movie like this one. Also, the finale goes further over the top than a Sylvester Stallone movie. Conclusion : meh.
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#32 Post by Orodaran » 16 Sep 2012 15:25

Dragon Guardian wrote:The Dark Knight Rises which was a great finale to the Nolan trilogy, although I don't think it matches up to the second installment. Anne Hathaway was surprisingly convincing in her role. Nowhere near the train wreck Catwoman movie. Bane was an interesting villain.

My biggest complaint is that Gotham became Manhattan. I would have preferred had they kept the original look from Batman Begins with its gritty feel.
Same here, saw the other night The Dark Knight Rises. Slow and melanchonic beginning that makes you regret the Joker, things go crazy and entertaining (how can we top an hospital being blown up? hey, let's take the entire city hostage and let's give Batman a Batwing!), and stunning finale which was an awesome ending to the entire series.

Anyway, it could have been to give a better sense of closure, but am I alone in getting the feel that they "brought back" all the other villains (cameo from Liam Neeson, Scarecrow pops up also there) to somehow make up for the absence of the Joker? in the second movie, Heath Ledger basically carried the movie on his own, no need to look back at Batman Begins, in this one they crammed a lot of earlier references as in an attempt to make you miss the Joker a little less. Or, as I said, it could have just been closing the circle on the trilogy.

I dunno what would have happened if Heath Ledger hadn't died; probably they would have still went for another villain, but imagine how awesome it would be if the Joker would have been thrown in the middle of the movie once the riots break out.
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#33 Post by Sarah » 24 Sep 2012 11:17

Went to see Killer Joe yesterday. All I can say is...

HINHINHINHINHINHINHINHIN

(That was a creepy laugh)

And this movie is not going to help the fact that I already didn't like KFC.


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#34 Post by T3hOverlord » 04 Nov 2012 22:55

The Smurfs


also, the title should be "The Last Movie You Watched", not "Watch".

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#35 Post by kanbera » 16 Nov 2012 19:41

Sonny Boy (but in my language it was translated "Uždrausta meilė" that means 'Forbidden love'). There is everything: love story, racial discrimination, history facts... It is very good film! I recommend it for everyone. :)
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#36 Post by Metal Fan » 16 Mar 2013 22:01

Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn :3 I love that movie!
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#37 Post by ThePKH » 04 Apr 2013 11:15

I saw life of Pi. It was truly a magical movie.
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#38 Post by Little Dragon » 04 Apr 2013 16:49

Into the Void. Very strange movie about the experience of dying. fascinating.
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#39 Post by Joost » 05 Apr 2013 00:38

Hm, I do know a movie Enter the Void, which is a psychedelic masterpiece set in neon-lit Tokyo. (also about the experience of dying, and about DMT)
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#40 Post by Little Dragon » 07 May 2013 23:16

Exactly that one! :oops: Damn me.

And now the last one is Holy Motors. Was good aswell and with brilliant acting!
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#41 Post by Jon The Wise » 21 May 2013 02:22

Shakes The Clown, '91 cult comedy, directed by and starring Bobcat Goldthwait. Totally hilarious movie with good music and some alcoholic/cocaine clowns played by well known actors. Adam Sandler, Robin Williams, Blake Clark, Kathy Griffin, to name a few. I laugh hysterically everytime I see it.

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#42 Post by Frozen within » 31 May 2013 00:03

Technically the last movie I watched was a porn movie that I don't recall the name of (does one ever, really ?)

But the last real movie I watched was Warm Bodies, a kind of ok-ish movie that involves zombies, romance and Klaus Meine, if that makes any sense at all ...
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#43 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 31 May 2013 10:36

A few days ago I watched disney's Pinocchio...
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#44 Post by Lorn_Songster » 31 May 2013 16:48

The Hobbit.... waiting for 2nd part :|

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#45 Post by Frozen within » 01 Jul 2013 00:02

Tomorrow at this point the last movie I watched will be Star Trek : Into Darkness. Very much looking forward to seeing this flick.
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#46 Post by Led Guardian » 05 Aug 2013 17:39

Pacific Goddamn Rim. Fuck yeah. Next weekend hopefully I'll see Elysium.
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#47 Post by Metal Fan » 05 Aug 2013 17:53

Star Wars episode 2 and most of 3. Attack of the Clones is the best!
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#48 Post by Led Guardian » 23 Aug 2013 18:25

^lol
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#49 Post by UnknownSoldier » 26 Aug 2013 19:53

Watching now Paranoia with Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman!!! :twisted: :evil:

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#50 Post by UnknownSoldier » 29 Aug 2013 10:26

Watch please our Russian film named Zombie-Holyday!!! :evil: :twisted:

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