The last movie you watched... and score out of ten - Part 2

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Guilt Trip 7.5/10 I love love love Barbara Streisand but am NOT a fan of Seth Rogan so I was a bit conflicted on whether I liked it enough to give it a solid number. There were laughs to be had.
 

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Once Upon A Time In The West.

I scored it 5/5 on Netflix. Brilliant western. Sergio Leone is a flippin' genius...
 

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"The Purge" 5,5 out of 10.

Start as an intelligent social allegory but ends up sinking in violence and cliches.
 

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The Frighteners
This is a trip down memory lane. I saw this the summer my oldest brother was married. We escaped the Vegas heat and went to a casino that had a theater in it. It's still funny 17 years later :D
8/10
 

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It was bad.
You're being kind. . although I did watch some that were worse. . like Sand Sharks and "Super Shark". . my niece called me and was laughing so hard about them. . I decided to take a quick glimpse. . OMG SyFy can really scrape the bottom.. It was really strange seeing JJ from "Good Times" and Jon Schneider, from the original "Dukes of Hazzard". . wow!

I did however watch an interesting film, "Broken", not everyone's cup of tea. . I'm a fan of Tim Roth and enjoy Cilian Murphy's performances most of the time. . It's a look at how three different families lives intertwine. .and what you think you know, and reality are not always the same thing. .
 

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watched "Bullet to the Head" with sylvester Stallone last night. wasted a perfectly good saturday night. terrible movie.
 

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Saw The Conjuring...Definitely in the top 5 best horror movies made in the past 15 years. I give it an 8
 

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This is the End is surprising in some important ways, and hysterically funny. In terms of what it claims to be? Almost perfect, even though it's gross & disgusting at times. But considering what it's supposed to be? perfectly appropriate. 9.5 out of 10
 

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Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror

If you're looking for a good movie! : -5/10

If you're looking for something comically terrible: 10/10 A++

Similarly to Sharknado, this movie makes the bold move of practically declaring how truly bad it is right from the get-go. "Gay Bed and Breakfast" sounds like a bad comedy drama. And "Bed and Breakfast of Terror" sounds like a bad horror. But combine them? Doubleplusbad.

You might be particularly drawn to this movie IF:

~ You enjoy outrageously creepy characters.
~ You enjoy both homosexuality and terror.
~ You enjoy the idea of a strange, slug-like zombie creature being born from a bathroom gangbang involving 100 republican delegates

Best of all, it's on Netflix!
 

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Having now seen Pacific Rim I can say I call it the date movie of the year.

Unless your date is not into Kaiju and Giant fighting robots.

In which case find a better date.
 

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Having now seen Pacific Rim I can say I call it the date movie of the year.

Unless your date is not into Kaiju and Giant fighting robots.

In which case find a better date.
The movie's a blast and if your date doesn't want to see it then you're quite right in suggesting finding a better one.

I do have some gripes- I feel like the movie's lacking with regard to its characters (who fall into archetypal roles) and more dramatic elements, but for visuals and action it's great, and it's just really fucking fun.
 

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That is a good way to describe it, and I agree its just a fun movie. One of the best IMAX movies I've seen lately.
 

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A Very Long Engagement by Jean Pierre Jeunet. 11/10.

He is the director of Amelie, for perspective. The movie stars most of the same cast, including the beautiful Audrey Tatou, Dominique Pinon and Marion Cotillard. Very well done and completely moving.

 

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Man of Steel (2013) ... One of those movies that has a really good beginning and middle but the ending just took forever to actually ... well, end. It's practically a 30 minute fist fight and it's like, "c'mon now, let's get this over with already!!!" And for as much as I'm not typically a fan of Kevin Costner, I really liked his role as Jonathan Kent (Clark's adoptive father). If anything, I wish there was more of him in the film. Even with the longer-than-John Holmes ending, it's still infinitely a better movie than the Superman Returns (2006) film, so I'll give it a 7 out of 10.
 
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