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What was the last 'good' movie you watched?

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Train to Busan - entertaining. Noted that Asian zombies move much faster than the American zombies lol
Shot Caller - another good one.
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dazz wrote:
Sep 4th, 2017 11:50 pm
Seven Sisters (aka What Happened to Monday) - one of the best action thrillers of the year
Jimmy Vestvood: Amerikan Hero -- fuuunny!!
+2 thx for the recommendation...watched it last night with the wifey....good action scifi thriller.....kept us entertained...

Nice mix of action and whodunit....story was good!
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I saw It last night. Very good movie with some great scares. I particularly liked the Stand By Me vibe of the Losers Club, having the kids ride around and exploring around on their bikes. Do kids these days even ride around on bikes in groups like that anymore? Seems like they just hole up playing video games now.
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Logan

I liked this movie too much and was hooked from beginning to end.
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Good, better, best. Never let it rest. 'Til your good is better and your better is best.
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I've been on a horror movie binge this weekend. I saw It on Friday, Friday the 13th Part 2 on Saturday (cheesy but fun), and The Ritual at TIFF today.
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If you're into horror and gore, you NEED to see Herman Yau's The Sleep Curse. This movie is so gory that the Japanese actor retired from acting due to the aftermath of his character. You'll see what I mean.
Very well balanced switching from present-day to World War II.
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ji2o0k wrote:
Sep 5th, 2017 5:56 pm
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
Kept me entertained as well, until the almost very end. Then I was like WTF, thats it??!?!?!
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Talamasca wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 12:08 pm
I saw It last night. Very good movie with some great scares. I particularly liked the Stand By Me vibe of the Losers Club, having the kids ride around and exploring around on their bikes. Do kids these days even ride around on bikes in groups like that anymore? Seems like they just hole up playing video games now.
Would you let your kid(s) out on bike on a street with today's idiot drivers and always late for something very important? I am an adult bike rider and the shit I see, from both cyclists and drivers, is just insane.
If I had kids the last thing I would want them do is ride their bikes on a street with friends.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 11:13 am
Would you let your kid(s) out on bike on a street with today's idiot drivers and always late for something very important? I am an adult bike rider and the shit I see, from both cyclists and drivers, is just insane.
If I had kids the last thing I would want them do is ride their bikes on a street with friends.
that's sad. I bike on Toronto streets with my kids (ages 5,8). They're on sidewalks unless there is a bike lane. They also attended Gearheads cycling camp this summer and are very adept/skilled.

Denying kids the pleasure of riding with friends seems pretty extreme. Diabetes/obesity kill far more people than cycling crashes.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 11:11 am
Kept me entertained as well, until the almost very end. Then I was like WTF, thats it??!?!?!
Lol...the ending was "abrupt" to say the least....

I liked the ending....goes to show what paranoia can do and how things go to hell quickly....
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47 meters down - A thrillingly, claustrophobic shark movie about two sisters trapped underwater in shark infested water. Mandy Moore plays one of the sisters. I enjoyed this almost on par with The Shallows, maybe even slightly more. Once you get through a bit of a sluggish beginning (I skimmed through the beginning to save some time), the pacing of 47 was faster and more action packed and had one of the better endings for a shark movie, imo.

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