Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by fram773, May 7, 2014.
Mercy Black...meh. Formulaic at best.
The characterizations of Hamer and Gault turned them into a couple of doddering old men to make a formulaic buddy movie. I should have skipped it, I rarely like movies "based" on a true story.
monty python's meaning of live..2014..
Whatever film you might expect from the title, this isn't that. Well, it is, but it isn't. It's mainly a melancholy character study that only hints at being such...the rest is distraction. Sort of. Worth seeing at least once; you'll either dig it or you won't.
Also, there's a good amount of shaving and barbershop stuff in this well-shot film that you all would find interesting.
All in all it was good.
This will sound very mean; though he's not a complete idiot, he does a fair impression at times.
That said, so have I
“The Mule”- it’s a good one
“ Glass” -interesting and off beat
True Grit 2010
When I first heard about this movie came out, I thought "Great another crappy remake of a classic".
I must say this stands on its own as a great modern classic!
He's German. English is not his first language.
It's not the language that I speak of, but the way he abuses the things he's restoring.
How so? They're already junk.
I'm just fussy.
Avengers Endgame. Better than I expected, and better than Infinity War. Wrapped up the whole saga very well. Also hit some satisfying emotional notes with closure all around.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Still great 30 years later!
"Frankenstein"- the 1931 classic on Svengoolie
Saw the new Tolkien movie last night, it was a little choppy but overall enjoyable enough. I thought Nicholas Hoult did a good job in the lead.
Binged season 2 of The Orville. It's not Star Trek, but I found it entertaining. Some of the characters are still two dimensional but as the series progresses it's taking on depth. Occasionally serious subjects but they try to bring the funny without getting to cringe. MacFarlane seems to be enjoying himself. Lots of Star Trek tie ins from episode directors to cast members.
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