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What was the last 'good' movie you watched?

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love & mercy. didn't know what to expect going in. very well done.
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carmaster wrote:
Aug 18th, 2017 5:52 pm
Baywatch. I enjoyed it.
dazz wrote:
Aug 19th, 2017 10:39 am
Baywatch. A nice overall comedy. 6.7/10
I can't believe I'm posting this but, yeah, I quite liked Baywatch as well. Stupid (intentionally) as it was, I think it scored lower than it deserved on IMDB and RT.
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^ +3 for Baywatch....

Another vote here....watched it last night and it is a raunchy comedy with some eye candy (wowzers, actress that plays CJ is hawwwtt....well, turns out she is a SI swimsuit model...that explains it)....

Had a few good laughs...enjoyed it for what it is

6.7/10
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Oct 24, 2004
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Sleight



Can't believe no one has talked about this!
This is a SOLID movie made for $250K (you won't believe how that's possible watching it) that is intensely dramatic, well-thought out and just plain entertaining.
Highly recommended hidden gem.
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Aug 18th, 2017 7:47 pm
I can't remember the last time I saw a Steven Soderbergh film...that I enjoyed not since Ocean's.

Interestingly enough LUCKY LOGAN matches it.

Again is it harsh but Channing Tatum suits this character. He was really good I was surprised.

I never really paid attention who's in it just watched it because it was Soderbergh but the cast overall was great. Never heard of Riley Keough until now but she's hot...good lol Hilary Swank was a surprised.

The pay off, ending was great and have to admit there was a scene that made the audience's eyes teared up. :)

Really great especially the last few releases was disappointing.
Just saw the trailer and man, I gotta see this one, it looks hilarious.
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ji2o0k wrote:
Aug 25th, 2017 6:43 am
^ +3 for Baywatch....

Another vote here....watched it last night and it is a raunchy comedy with some eye candy (wowzers, actress that plays CJ is hawwwtt....well, turns out she is a SI swimsuit model...that explains it)....

Had a few good laughs...enjoyed it for what it is

6.7/10
Just watched it. Exactly what I expected. Stupid and fun way to waste couple hours sat night haha.
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Boy Missing (2016)
Secuestro (original title)

A great Spanish thriller. I have seen a few Spanish films and I am impressed with the quality.
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Since summer and no tv shows on watched a bunch of movies I know am behind, trying to catch up.

Captain america civil war - not bad good fx
Central Intelligence - funny ish comedy, rock and hart is in it
Ghostbusters - star cast, good fx
Jason Bourne - action i liked it
Now You See Me 2 - meh
Star Trek Beyond - space stuff I like, good.
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OliviaAlgoz wrote:
Nov 21st, 2016 9:40 pm
The Lobster, absurdist comedy-drama directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, is the best that I watched in 2016. Excellent actors, Colin Farrell as a newly-single man trying to find someone so he can remain human, and Rachel Weisz as a woman with whom he attempts to form a relationship. I recommend to watch all those who have not watched yet.


+1

Didn't like the director's other film 'Dogtooth' but I did very much enjoy this.
It's a weird one but keeps you glued to the screen the whole time.
For those who weren't able to get TIFF tickets this year, but are in a festival-artsy type of mood - give this a watch.
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newt_101 wrote:
Sep 4th, 2017 10:33 pm


+1

Didn't like the director's other film 'Dogtooth' but I did very much enjoy this.
It's a weird one but keeps you glued to the screen the whole time.
For those who weren't able to get TIFF tickets this year, but are in a festival-artsy type of mood - give this a watch.

Found this 2 year old movie to be extremely dumb and pointless.
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Seven Sisters (aka What Happened to Monday) - one of the best action thrillers of the year

The Wall - loved it. Didn't think I'd watch it,but it kept me interested 100%

Jimmy Vestvood: Amerikan Hero -- fuuunny!!
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It Comes At Night

Enjoyed this movie....a different take on the virus apocalypse....focusing more on the people and the families and how things break down at the first sign of trouble.

Kept me interested for the most part - some parts are slow but overall enjoyed it..

7/10

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