What was the last movie you watched?

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  1. fireandwind

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    He apologized it after he developed true feelings for her, then surprisingly she said she wanted it;) oh well, there we go again. Who can refuse a good looking captain of army?:p

    I will definitely check it out " The Lover". Thanks for recommendation.
     
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    Thank you Rafa, I will check them out.
     
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  3. Zara

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    Last night I watched a Spanish movie called The Invisible Guardian. It's on Netflix if you want to check it out.
     
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    "Logan Lucky"

    in theatres, Soderberg's breezy comedy about battling back when you're down, mildly amusing, some social commentary in the mix
     
  5. Zara

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    I watched Arrival last night. Very disappointing. I am glad I didn't go to the theatre to watch this movie when it came out.
     
  6. OTMPut

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    Mr and Mrs Adelman

    Beautiful movie.
     
  7. Sentinel

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    To Each His Own (1946) - Olivia de Havilland, Mary Anderson

    Murder in Three Acts (1986) - Peter Ustinov, Tony Curtis.

    Currently watching
    Beat the Devil (1953) - Humphrey Bogart, Gina Lollobrigida, Jennifer Jones, Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet
     
  8. Rafaisdabest

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    Never Been Kissed - Drew Barrymore

    Hadn't seen this movie for years...
    90's Romantic comedy
     
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    Going to see American Made tonight.
     
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    It was decent. Kind of felt like a poor man's Blow. Tom Cruise was pretty amusing. Meh.
     
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    Interesting and funny characters. Enjoyed the movie.
     
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    Watched Room (2015) and Hell or High Water (2016). Solid movies. Can understand why Brie Larson got an academy for her role, very impressive. Rather claustrophobic film about a mother raising her five-year-old son, trapped in a windowless room, and them facing the prospect of entering the outside world. Hell or High Water is a straight-up western crime thriller about two brothers committing a series of robberies to save their family ranch, and of the two Texas rangers who are chasing them. Some social commentary in it as well, and nicely shot.
     
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    Terminator Genysis

    I love all these movies except Salvation that was a let down for me!!
     
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    Elle.

    Another French movie. About a woman who gets raped and her quest to find out who raped her.
     
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    "The Glass Castle"

    in theatres, Woody Harreleson as the embodiment of id versus ego, flawed but worthwhile film
     
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    Ok cool. :D
    Have you seen the other two yet?!
    I can't believe you haven't seen Calamity Jane (Doris Day) this is a classic!! Poison Pen is just a movie I came across on tv, seen it a couple of times!! :)
     
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    Watching The Last Word (2017) - Shirley Maclaine. Should finish it tonight. Keep remember Shirley in her heyday ! :(
     
  18. Sentinel

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    I am quite new to movies. Never used to watch them till 3 years back or so. I think somewhere in 2012 or so, I started watching. So i have a lot of catching up to do :)
     
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    The Den. Enyoyed this indie horror, some unsettling moments. Made on a said budget of $500k the few plot holes can be forgiven.
     
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    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/what_happened_to_Monday

    Saw this movie over the weekend and could earn the Best movie of the year in the Oscars.

    I have NO idea how they were able to get ALL Star cast on this 2nd budget movie Sci fi. but may have something to do with Earth day and global crisis that we are facing that politicians refuse to talk about. but anyway this movie is ALL star cast and ALL star Oscar quality movie.
    Ha Noomi Rapace from Aliens Covnenant and Prometheus............ that alone would make it worth it but look at the rest of the cast.................. WOW

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    Noomi Rapace

    as Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday

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    Willem Dafoe

    as Terrence Settman

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    Glenn Close

    as Nicolette Cayman

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    Robert Wagner


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    Marwan Kenzari

    as Adrian Knowles
     
  21. Rafaisdabest

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    Desire :p
     
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    how to be single. fantastic movie
     
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    The Carer (2016) - Brian Cox.

    An old man dying of Parkinson's. Retired theatre actor. And his relationship with a care-giver.
    Interesting.
     
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    I watched a couple of indie survival flicks and they were both great - Curve and Backcountry. The latter is however based on a true story. So gripping...there were times I forgot to breathe.
     
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    Small Time Crooks (2000) - woody allen. so-so crime comedy.
     
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    "It"

    in theatres, fright night with unfulfilled hints of profundity, recalls Ben Franklin's advice "we must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly, we shall all hang separately."
     
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    Leaving Las Vegas

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    was it better than "It comes at night " ?? this movie also got a good review for some reason.
     
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    I started watching "The Score" last night but damn if I didn't fall asleep.:eek:

    RDN was good, Marlon Brando made Sewretch look thin and Edward Norton was very good. Angela Bassett was HOT!
     
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    haven't seen it
     
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    Just saw "Hell Or High Water," ironically enough while waiting out this friend named Irma and too bored to watch the final.

    Jeff Bridges is very good as an aging Texas Ranger and Chris Pine does a fine job looking the part of a West Texas rancher down on his luck and desperate enough to hook up with his convict brother to pull off some bank robberies. Ben Foster plays the brother with a screw loose and a death wish.
     
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    Saw that three years ago, can remember a bit of it. Ed Norton pretending to be ... autistic or spastic or something.

    HOHW was fun. Might see it again in a few years.

    Started Appointment with Death (1988) - Ustinov, Lauren Bacall, Carrie Fisher, John Gielgud. This is the last movie in which Ustinov portrays Hercule Poirot.
     
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    "Key Largo" is a good hurricane movie.
     
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    Wasn't this summer the Crappiest summer for great blockbuster movies ?? The worst summer ever. I thought Alien Covenant was going to be good but it turned out that it had Characters with no intelligence.
     
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    "IT"

    why did they have to kill Georgie, such a cute little kid?!?

    and so early and gruesomely :mad:o_O

    anyway, good horror flic, very funny at times as well; which I love in a scary movie...
     
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    sounds similar in concept to "Passengers", which I thought was a fantastic love story!

    of course everyone else I've talked to thought it was corney :(
     
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    Passengers were the Best movie of the century. as was the Lover
     
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    Watching The Constant Nymph (1943) - Charles Boyer, Joan Fontaine, Dame May Whitty, Charles Coburn, Peter Lorre.
     
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    Saw "it" couple days ago. Pretty bad
     
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    "Mother"

    in theatres, love and narcissism prove to be a dangerous combination. Phantasmagoric.
     
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    "mother!" - Pretty good, nothing special.
     

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