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Happy Death Day
Goodbye Christopher Robin
Professor Marston & The Wonder Women
Blade Runner 2049
The Mountain Between Us
My Little Pony
Better Watch Out
Victoria and Abdul
Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
The Lego Ninjago Movie
Battle of the Sexes
The Tiger Hunter
The King's Choice
Rebel In The Rye
Because of Gracia
In Search of Fellini
The Good Catholic
The Unknown Girl
Hirune-hime: Shiranai watashi no monogatari
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Do It Like An Hombre
I Do...Until I Don't
Birth of the Dragon
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991 re-release)
Served Like A Girl
The Hitman's Bodyguard
Sidemen: Long Road To Glory
The Glass Candle
The Nutjob 2: Nutty By Nature
Ingrid Goes West
The Only Living Boy In New York
The Trip To Spain
The Nile Hilton Incident
The Dark Tower
Jab Harry Met Sejal
The Emoji Movie
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power
Person To Person
From The Land Of The Moon
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
War For The Planet Of The Apes
Spider Man: Homecoming IMDb
A Ghost Story IMDb
City of Ghosts IMDb
Despicable Me 3 IMDb
The House IMDb
Baby Driver IMDb
13 Minutes IMDb
The Little Hours IMDb
The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography IMDb
Transformers: The Last Knight IMDb
The Big Stick IMDb (1914 version IMDb )
The Beguiled IMDb
The Bad Batch IMDb
Food Evolution IMDb
F(l)ag Football IMDb
Rough Night IMDb
All Eyez On Me IMDb
47 Meters Down IMDb
The Book of Henry IMDb
I, Daniel Blake IMDb
The Journey IMDb
The Mummy IMDb
Megan Leavey IMDb
It Comes At Night IMDb
The Hero IMDb
Beatriz At Dinner IMDb
My Cousin Rachel IMDb
Wonder Woman IMDb
Captain Underpants IMDb
3 Idiotas IMDb
Past Life IMDb
Band Aid IMDb
Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Long Strange Trip
Buena Vista Social Club: Adios
Diary of a Whimpy Kid: The Long Haul
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Paris Can Wait
Meri Pyaari Bindu
The Wedding Plan
Generation Iron 2
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2
How To Be A Latin Lover
Buster's Mal Heart
One Week And A Day
Bang! The Bert Berns Story
Born In China
Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent
The Happiest Day In The Life of Olli Maki
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City
The Fate of the Furious
Spark: A Space Tail
The Lost City of Z
A Quiet Passion
official teaser for the Pirates of the Carribean 6 coming in 2016?
virtually any crime will be allowed to be committed as per the script for the next installment of "The Purge" as filming begins in Buffalo, New York which is also where we find a casting call for The True Adventures of Wolfboy
coming in October Breathe
John Wick: Chapter Three will be released May 17, 2019
reviews movie viewing opinons by the staff
watched Dog Years
There are some humorous elements of this film. It was created about 2 years before "Blair Camera All Over The Place" so it's a good film to study regarding some basics in steady watchable film making, angles, dialog, plot, sound effects. In the film Wally's dog is abducted by "gangsters" that believe that Wally robbed them. There's no computer graphics so the plot relies on good story telling and imagery. Wally does what it takes to track down and find his dog. There are some quirky twists and elements of surprise. It's a pretty rough quality but worth a look. This movie is rated #1 by an IMDb user for the ten best B-movies ever.
The best part is learning how to train a dog to not get the bait in a trap. It should be compared to how people train their kids, or don't train them. The documentary looks at a remote area of inhabitants that mostly live off the land in Northern Russia Siberia along the River Yenisel. Dogs are a huge part of this film presented in a most natural habitat.
partially watched Slums of Beverly Hills
This film has some interesting things going for it but it's also rather boring and frustrating especially in that it brings us a little too close to yucky sexual exploration. I had to shut it off about mid way when we are taken into the bathroom with the teen girl with her vibrator and her "first time". In film making the way this was done effectively brings us in there with her so there are those who in watching this will find it facinating. It doesn't of course show anything too risque, so to speak, but it does show her face up close and her expressions. The camera doesn't Blair Witch us thankfully as this was made one year before that, in 1998, and because of that we intensely focus on her face. In contrast one might want to use the BW effect a little to take away some of that intensity so keep this in mind when creating a film project. The film is set in 1974. The very fact that in those days there was no such thing as a cell phone and was a time that many of us can relate to makes this film worth a try as it takes you to both those days of fabulous Beverly Hills and those days of typical substandard American living. What I mean is that as you watch the interactions of all the players, we see how no one is distracted, people all in a room pay attention to each other, look at each other, talk to each other, and fully interact with each other UNLIKE TODAY where ever you go people have their faced imbedded in a piece of glass thanks to Steve Jobs.
fully watched Margin Call
Rather boring but interesting if that makes any sense. There were so many parts of this movie where I was wondering "Ok is that guy going to jump to make it exciting, dramatic?" and "Ok now are they going to find out that the building is on fire" or SOMETHING that would make watching this film more exciting than watching tea steep. It was just interesting though. The plot was nice and clean as far as it having a nice mellow smooth flow. There was one thing about the dog that made it good. The ending had a unique technique of rolling credits while the sound was still playing in the film, I liked the use of this in particular with the subject matter at the end. This is a technique that should catch on, unlike SHAKY CAMERA WORK that is nauseating that caught on after Blair Witch like a bad rash. That movie should be destroyed for that even though it was the most profitable film ever made and is a study in moviemaking. There is also one more really great and notable scene in "Margin Call" where one of the characters talks about bridge building and is not to be missed. The ending technique was superb and should be referenced in all film making classes. Those two elements alone make this film one worth watching as long as you can handle NO EXCITEMENT.
started to watch
John Wick 2
Not to be confused with 3.14.... Pi is just awful, just awful. It's done in black and white, but it's like a solid black, solid white, not the pleasing flow of grays, it's not the black & white you enjoy like watching "Leave It To Beaver" or "Bewitched". It's very hard to watch just for that reason as it's too harsh on the eye and mind. It gets into some scenes early on and these repeat where the guy (brainiac mathematician) has epileptic episodes or something, and ends up in the bathroom on the floor, having to inject some drug, and take some pills, and the way it is done makes it out like a horror film, I mean worse! I couldn't watch any more of it and I like a number of horror films because you can enjoy the thrill while still feeling safe/detached. In this film it somehow brings you right there into something you want no part of. I guess that may have been the intention of the film maker, but I think this could have been done much differently for my taste anyway. Have to be in the mood to watch a brain bender type movie to see this one. It gets very analytical and math intensive. It's kinda like being in the room with "Sheldon" while playing Monopoly on your 12th hour with him and friends while also watching your friend work on the Rubix cube while he explains every detail of the moves and why the cube means in the scheme of life and hearing "Sheldon" add his 3.14 cents. It's all wayyyyy toooooo much. IMDB describes the film as "A paranoid mathematician searches for a key number that will unlock the universal patterns found in nature" and viewers (surprisingly to me) gave it this rating
watched 10 Cloverfield Lane. Highly recommend. Avoid all spoilers and just go watch this film. Movie making excellence.
watched The Rover. Set in the Austrailian outback after 10 years of financial collapse a man loses his one prize posession, his car, to gang members and does what it takes to get it back. This movie is cinematic excellence and is way underrated. If you find it hard to watch, push on through, you must watch it to the end. That's all I will say other than be sure not to read any spoilers. It's a movie that leaves an impression bringing the entire experience to a climax. Enjoy.
watched LA Fifty Shades Darker. Save your time, money, and intrigue for something else. This movie is the sequal to 50 Shades of Gray which was an intriguing film. The sequal starts right into (spoiler alerts) Christian making every attempt to get back together with Anastasia who finds that spot within of submission once again. The prior movie ended with her taking control and not accepting abuse. That ending was awful but this sequal plays on that making the entire story even worse. Is this a soap opera one has to wonder when it starts off. Then there's not really anything that dark. Oh there's another submission scene or two, short and sweet (note sweet really shouldn't be a part of a "darker" movie) and really more on the "this is too much blatant sex" side of things as if we never saw that before in a movie.....so it's just so bad, don't bother. Watch a Disney film for more darker shades of movies. This one is just awful.
watched Our Brand Is Crisis. I couldn't even finish watching it, got so boring and unbelievable, and it's a script that should be believable. (spoiler alert) In the film one of the final scenes that killed it for me was when Bullock becomes crazed and forces a bus driver to pass another bus (political rival was in that bus) on a South American windy mountain road with cliff, very dangerous, and it's all about getting close enough for her to "moon" him. That is where it finally lost me. I really don't want to see anyone's ass out a bus window and especially Sandra Bullock's ass. Then there was the scene where the lama supposedly couldn't take being there with the film crew (play on how filming can be such a pain) that it wandered off set, out the big garage door, and immediately getting hit/killed by a vehicle. This was not funny but it was supposed to be. It was just stupid. Couldn't finish the film, shipped it back. What a waste of time.
watched 99 Homes. This is a must see. During the "housing crisis" of 2008 and beyond a young guy with a family becomes unemployed, his house is being foreclosed on and of all people he ends up getting work with, (SA) it's the shark who represents the bank taking back the homes. The plot thickens with some very interesting perspectives of "well what would I do" and who places what values on what and why. Very gut wrenching. The theme of the housing crisis hits home so to speak in a new way. I don't think any film has ever presented such a thing. Watch it soon, before the next housing crisis hits!
watched The Intern. This is a feel good movie. It has many moments of intrigue in the concept of this retired guy who becomes an intern (SA) and then becomes the boss of the girl who was his boss. Problem is though there became so many slow family at the kitchen island scenes that were boring, I couldn't finish the movie. Many would like it though. don't always know what others will like. Anne Hathaway as usual gives a stunning performance and the character played by Robert DeNiro is pretty cool.
LA LA Land.
It started with a scene on the freeway overpass where people are
stuck in traffic and get out of their cars and start dancing.
Seemed odd and like "Where is this going..." and "I am supposed
to believe this??".
think this was a missed opportunity to use a lens filter to
change the way it looked. It was too real yet the scene was
total fantasy. The entire movie was a fantasy and with so many
fantasy scenes in it, why have this part in traffic where
everyone gets out of their car and dances and no filters? It looked like a flash mob on drugs. This scene is so
impossible that in real life such an event would happen that
what happens is it makes it look like the film was made by
amateurs made in the street even though it had millions in it's
budget. You don't want your movies to look that way.
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