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Classic or new, obscure or mainstream, loved or loathed - a group for bronies to discuss movies.

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  1. I almost love how disjointed "The Snowman" turned out. !movies

    about 8 months ago from web
    • Anyway "Downton Abbey" the !movie was pretty good, I could see myself watching the show sometime.

      about a year ago from web
      • "Shin Godzilla" is gorram fantastic and you can't convince me otherwise !movies

        about a year ago from web
        • I recommend "See You Yesterday" on Netflix. Well made and heartwrenching. !movies

          Wednesday, 22-May-19 18:58:30 UTC from web
          • Holy crap, Detective Pikachu WAS good! Really good! So much fun, but also pretty weighty. Grand visuals. But I don't think I saw a Ninetales, so... C-. (totally just kidding the letter grade) !movies

            Thursday, 16-May-19 03:52:01 UTC from web
            • So, now that the Endgame # moratorium has passed, is Reddit screaming at its own ass over black Capt America? !movies

              Thursday, 09-May-19 00:49:16 UTC from web
            • I just remembered For Honor. The video game where you could live out your fantasy of being a knight and play with a sword. Alternatively a Viking or ?Samurai? if you were one of 'those' people.

              I would really like a game like that on the Nintendo Switch, but focused on couch-play instead of whatever For Honor's main aim was.

              Wednesday, 17-Apr-19 23:04:15 UTC from web
            • Kind of want to see a "Langoliers" remake. Or, re-adaptation. Cool story, iffy miniseries. Could stand a do-over. !movies

              Wednesday, 17-Apr-19 23:02:34 UTC from web
            • Haha I totally see why Captain Marvel Fluffle Puffed off useless, xenophobic, MRA cucks so badly, but I rather enjoyed it. !movies

              Tuesday, 09-Apr-19 04:48:28 UTC from web
            • "Shin Godzilla" is my new favorite !movie because it is all about a group of renegade low- and mid-level bureaucrats bucking the system to actually get something done in the face of obvious impending disaster that the officials refuse to move on.

              Saturday, 09-Mar-19 06:06:11 UTC from web
              • Saw "Glass" yesterday. And, as my friend pointed out, it didn't really stick once I left the theater. I don't know why; it was actually really good. Terse atmosphere, well-acted, solid, steady pacing. Good story, well-told. Maybe it wrapped itself up a little too well. Maybe it was just too somber to want to stick around and play. !movies

                Tuesday, 22-Jan-19 15:04:23 UTC from web
                • "Creed II" was worthy. !movies

                  Saturday, 01-Dec-18 00:03:56 UTC from web
                  • "Well, I've got about 15 minutes worth of story, three to seven friends and all of their camera phones, no desire to develop characters, and zero budget. Guess I'll make a 100 minute found footage horror film, and this wookiee jackass in California will still waste his life watching it and griping on the internet!" is probably in no way what the people behind "The Houses October Built" were actually thinking. !movies

                    Friday, 31-Jul-15 04:08:17 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                    • Just saw "The Collection." It was about 10% act 1, 90% act 3. Torture porn horror without the torture porn. In my head-canon, it ties into "The Poughkeepsie Tapes." Solid B-grade, if that's what you're into. !movies

                      Wednesday, 05-Dec-12 08:24:29 UTC from web
                    • So the new Spiderman movie was good. I like the new Peter Parker better, I appreciated that they acknowledged that he had parents at one point and he wasn't somehow born to his aunt and uncle, and to be honest I don't hold a preference over organic or prosthetic web shooters. But it wasn't *great*. Batman has nothing to fear for summer super-hero dominance. !movies

                      Thursday, 12-Jul-12 16:44:45 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                      • Just got back from seeing "The Cabin in the Woods." Kind of hard to talk about without spoiling anything, but if you like a good, different kind of horror movie, I recommend it. Definitely R-rated, due to blood, drugs, sex, the whole 9, but nothing was gratuitous, and it handled itself well. Dialogue was up to Joss Whedon's standards, great banter and the like. If you're into horror, see this. !movies

                        Tuesday, 24-Apr-12 05:13:20 UTC from web
                      • The problem with classics is that they've almost certainly been spoiled by the time I get around to them. And I can't really complain. I mean, "Rocky" came out in 1976 - Pretty sure that 36 years later, the spoiler phase has ended. But I still can't experience an old film (or book, or whatever) as it was meant to be. # !movies

                        Sunday, 08-Apr-12 18:19:20 UTC from web
                      • !movies The Adventures of Tintin was totally awesome!

                        Friday, 16-Mar-12 23:37:44 UTC from web
                        • !movies Time to watch The Adventures of Tintin!

                          Friday, 16-Mar-12 21:31:47 UTC from web
                          • !movies - From the gringos who brought you "Anchorman." Will Ferrell in "Casa de mi Padre." The funniest movie you'll ever read.

                            Thursday, 26-Jan-12 23:00:15 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                            • !movies The "jump-punch" is officially my new "Matrix-fight." I am sick to death of seeing it happen and Hollywood needs to stop it.

                              Saturday, 21-Jan-12 02:43:06 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                              • !movies Oh, yeah. Saw "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo." Thought it was good, I'd give it a B-. Can't really review it well here because it is VERY R-rated. David Fincher and Trent Reznor can create some seriously claustrophobic cinema together. Thought it started to fall apart in around Act 3. (Might help if I wasn't two glasses of wine into the night) # # time! Gurer jnf encr. Gurer jnf oehgny ivbyrapr - abg yvxr pbzvp bire gur gbc fynfure syvpx ivbyrapr, abg yvxr CT-13 *ONAT!* lbh snyy qbja ivbyrapr, erny tehrfbzr ivbyrapr. Qvq V zragvba gur encr? Gurer jnf encr. Bu, Tbq, gurer jnf encr... But anyway, I totally called the twist (and, no, I haven't read the book(s)). But yes, there was a definite and brutal reason the original title translates to "Men Who Hate Women." B- (Really wanted it to be better)

                                Friday, 30-Dec-11 07:53:39 UTC from web
                                • !movies - "The Descendants." Pretty melancholy for a comedy, especially one set in Hawaii. Guess that's what a comedy/drama is, though, regardless of setting. It's basically the story of an already-fractured family dealing with the type of blows that could drive them apart forever. George Clooney really carried the majority of the film, but that's probably because he had the most screen time. Shailene Woodley did a fantastic job as his eldest daughter, and Matthew Lillard had a surprising role as someone who couldn't be described as "wacky," "loveable," or "energetic." Back to Clooney, I think that the most impactful moments were the silences and pauses, especially just before a line or an action; it gives you time to wonder what's going on inside and really come to empathize with him. Probably not a movie I, personally, would buy; I'm still giving it an A-.

                                  Saturday, 24-Dec-11 09:17:03 UTC from web
                                  • !movies "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows." If you liked the first one, you were probably, like me, pleasantly surprised by how well Robert Downey, Jr. played the detective. He keeps it up very well in this one. The chemistry and dynamic between Downey and Jude Law is nonstop, rapid-fire, and alternately hilarious and touching (no homo). Jared Harris made a great Moriarty, brilliant and subtly insane. The plot was not too convoluted; like a proper Holmes story, hard to predict but not hard to follow. In the first "Sherlock Holmes," there was a mechanic in fight scenes which is also used here (and improved, and played with, and all around brilliantly used). The cinematography did a great job of conveying the subjective perceptions of the different characters. Finally, if you're familiar with the original writings, you'll probably be pleasantly surprised at a certain twist which I won't give away (unless you have Holmsian perception). I dug it, B+. Would see again.

                                    Thursday, 22-Dec-11 20:15:46 UTC from web
                                  • !movies # Poster says "The Untold Story." What, exactly, is untold and to whom?

                                    Wednesday, 14-Dec-11 00:46:58 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                                    • !movies - "J. Edgar" - I'm no historian, so I can't say whether or not this was faithful or accurate or anything. I will, however, say that it was amazing. The story of an entire nation's fears and conflicts represented by a few men and women (and at many times only one man) was inspiring and horrifying to watch. "J. Edgar" was as much a story of one man's life as it was a story of a nation's development over several generations, of the struggle to remain free while also being under protection, and of the cost that some men choose to bear for the good of all. Beautifully filmed, marvelously acted by all parties involved, every inch a technical and artistic masterpiece. A+ with no reservations.

                                      Tuesday, 29-Nov-11 06:40:21 UTC from web
                                    • !movies - "The Perfect Weapon" - Turns out, this hard-to-find Kenpo film is uploaded to YouTube in its entirety. Who knew?

                                      Monday, 28-Nov-11 08:35:59 UTC from web
                                      • !movies - "The Muppets" - I'm not gonna lie, RDN. This is the most fun I've ever had in a dark room with my family. <.< But seriously. I loved everything about this movie. The Muppets themselves were in amazing form, the humans were completely worthy of their place alongside such greats, and the celebrity cameos were perfectly placed highlights of giddiness. The story itself is pretty straightforward and uncomplicated, and really serves to give us a good dose of Muppet mayhem. It was heartwarming, nostalgic, hilarious, and had a couple of pony-worthy Aesops handled in a beautifully not-heavyhanded manner. And it had a Toy Story short beforehand! :D There's no reason not to see this movie. Total A.

                                        Friday, 25-Nov-11 06:41:46 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                                      • !movies - "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas." They're the new Cheech & Chong. You know what you're in for, c'mon. Really. I had a blast, I'll give it an A-. I also love stoner comedies and was, at the time, chemically altered. Your mileage may vary.

                                        Wednesday, 16-Nov-11 06:21:01 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                                      • !movies - "Jumper" - Started halfway through, so I can't really review it. But I just want to say the protagonists are Slasher Movie Stupid. Like, whoa. Like, drinking a skull & crossbones bottle thinking it's "pirate juice" stupid. I mean, how do they dress themselves level stupid. A team of the first-to-dies in slasher flicks could take these guys out (and Jumpers are superhumans). They make Forrest Gump look like Marilyn Vos Savant. So. Flipping. Stupid.

                                        Monday, 14-Nov-11 00:58:27 UTC from MuSTArDroid