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What was the last 'good' movie you watched?

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Denis Villeneuve(Arrival, Prisoners) knows how to make a thrilling movie. If you are a fan of Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro or just want to watch a serious, suspenseful movie. Try this one.

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AoKatana wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 6:38 pm
Sicario
Denis Villeneuve(Arrival, Prisoners) knows how to make a thrilling movie. If you are a fan of Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro or just want to watch a serious, suspenseful movie. Try this one.

Sicario was probably the best movie I've seen from 2015.
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I liked White House Down so much I watched it again since I last saw it on netflix. This was way better than Olympus Has Fallen feat Gerald Butler

Although London Has Fallen made up for Olympus Has Fallen.

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Rob76 wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 9:11 pm
Sicario was probably the best movie I've seen from 2015.
yeah, I'm completely late to the party on this one. Sicario's Director is now on my radar.
Just watched Return of the King again.
saw Fellowship of the Ring extended on the christmas holidays. good re-watch after a decade+ passed by.
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AoKatana wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2017 12:40 am
yeah, I'm completely late to the party on this one. Sicario's Director is now on my radar.
Incendies is his best work so far
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Was gonna wait to see Kristen Stewart's movie "Personal Shopper" on discount Tuesday at Cineplex, but it seems the only place playing the movie is the TIFF Bell Lightbox in the GTA. Admittedly, I really hate this theatre because they overcharge you for movies that are already on DVD, blu-ray etc. Today I made an exception to see "Personal Shopper" on opening day and paid $14 at the box office to see this new release. Not so bad, since it was a new release and not an old film that I'm paying anywhere from $14 to $17 depending on the movie's format. Like who would want to pay astronomical prices to see old movies already on your home video collection.

"Personal Shopper" I actually really enjoyed this movie. However, it's not for everyone. It's got a rating of 77 at Metacritic right now.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4714782/?ref_=nv_sr_1

If Cineplex chooses to show this movie at a later date, I'll gladly go see it again on Cheap Tuesday. This movie was really up my alley and warrants another big screen viewing before watching on home video for me. Also, I'm a little bias because I'm a Kristen Stewart fan. LOL
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Get Out.....
Must watch...
Good suspense and thriller.....
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Mr_Fanta wrote:
Mar 24th, 2017 7:29 pm
Was gonna wait to see Kristen Stewart's movie "Personal Shopper" on discount Tuesday at Cineplex, but it seems the only place playing the movie is the TIFF Bell Lightbox in the GTA. Admittedly, I really hate this theatre because they overcharge you for movies that are already on DVD, blu-ray etc. Today I made an exception to see "Personal Shopper" on opening day and paid $14 at the box office to see this new release. Not so bad, since it was a new release and not an old film that I'm paying anywhere from $14 to $17 depending on the movie's format. Like who would want to pay astronomical prices to see old movies already on your home video collection.

"Personal Shopper" I actually really enjoyed this movie. However, it's not for everyone. It's got a rating of 77 at Metacritic right now.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4714782/?ref_=nv_sr_1

If Cineplex chooses to show this movie at a later date, I'll gladly go see it again on Cheap Tuesday. This movie was really up my alley and warrants another big screen viewing before watching on home video for me. Also, I'm a little bias because I'm a Kristen Stewart fan. LOL
Tx Mr Fanta for putting this on my radar. Ya, big fan of KStew also.

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