Last movie you saw

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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Benvolio » Mon Oct 22, 2018 23:12

Just happened to glance at this thread as it was recently revived... as it happens The Thin Man is the most recent movie I watched, as my Dad recently bought it for me on DVD. Felt compelled to pass comment.
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After the Thin Man.

One in the Thin Man series, with Nick and Nora Charles the husband/wife detective team hahahaha!

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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by elecdude33 » Mon Nov 12, 2018 21:20

Over the weekend I went to see Halloween (2018) with a friend.

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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Flyingmouse » Fri Nov 16, 2018 16:21

I don't remember what the last movie was that I watched (not much of a movie watcher), but the main one I remember from recent months was The Greatest Showman (2017). It's an okay movie overall, but the title theme "The Greatest Show" is possibly the best movie song I've heard
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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Quillax » Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:23

I saw Young Frankenstein yesterday. Yeah, it's kinda old, but I thought it was rather good, and it made me laugh several times! :lol

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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Benvolio » Wed Aug 21, 2019 10:22

"Once Upon A Time In Hollywood".

I havent seen such effective use of a flamethrower since "Thwarting Mort".

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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Nisaba » Wed Aug 21, 2019 13:47

Benvolio wrote:
Wed Aug 21, 2019 10:22
"Once Upon A Time In Hollywood".

I havent seen such effective use of a flamethrower since "Thwarting Mort".
oh hell yeah!
it looked like he was about to caramelized the fucl crazy custard hippie, like crème brûlée in an oversized ramekin.
Tarantino at its finest.
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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by KeenRush » Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:36

Anyone order fried sauerkraut? :mortlol Great movie. Probably going to see it again just because it's so rare these days to see a well-made, long movie.
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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Nisaba » Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:34

to prepare myself for this very film I was watching "Once Upon A Time In America" by Sergio Leone once again. slow cuts, long shots, an eye for detail, emotion, pace and side stories... on the structural level a clear pioneer and obvious inspiration source for Tarantino, it seems. but of course there are hundreds and hundreds of other cross references to pop-culture and stuff one could spot. so it's definitely worth seeing it again.

next up: Scarface; wanna see Al Pachino mowing down his assassins with a grenade launcher-equipped M16A1
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Re: Last movie you saw

Post by Benvolio » Sat Aug 24, 2019 7:34

KeenRush wrote:
Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:36
well-made, long movie.
I trust you have been to see the "final cut" of 'Apocalypse Now' on the big screen.

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