1. alexander1970

    alexander1970 Paranoid and totally Insane.
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    For the upcoming 3rd Part:

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    Deep Blue Sea (1999)

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    Deep Blue Sea II (2018)

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    Shark Movies with CGI Sharks.The first Part was the "Pioneer" on this Technique (and also used Model Sharks) and they did it "ok".The second Part is.....................lets wait for Part III.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_Blue_Sea_(1999_film)
     
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    been on a suphero binge 10/10 music story and its the superman movie that got me into superman while i repect the old ones they are pretty cheese let's be honest.
    [​IMG] best marvel movie hands down.
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    hated this movie till i saw the ultimate editon 10/10
     
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    Justice my Foot. Stephen Chow should have an Emmy by now or whatever awards go to movies
     
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    Things To Come (1936)
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    Starts of great with a prophetic first act that would make you think it were made after WWII... starts to waver as it rebuilds the world in a less than prophetic vision of a future utopia. Great score - the main theme is fantastic and was surely influential to the vast majority of soundtrack composers of the 20th century.
     
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    Logan's Run (1976)

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    Still highly enjoyable, despite it being from that pre-Star Wars era of sci-fi that hasn't aged particularly well visually (although the sets and real world locations stand up pretty well), and being sanitised dramatically from the source novel... one day we'll get a decent "adult" version of this as a movie.
    A definite forerunner to the likes of more modern franchises such as Maze Runner and Hunger Games.
     
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    I love the Robot in the "Ice Passage"..... laughing.gif
    also Peter Ustinov in a very "funny" Role.
     
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    Life clock is a lie! Carousel is a lie!
     
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    Totally unexpected plot with charismatic characters
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    Piece of shit.
    Not as bad as Batman vs Superman though.
     
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    Agree. Quite shocking that Shazam and Aquaman have been the best we've had from the DCCU.​
     
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    Cough cough... Batman The Dark Knight... cough... cough...
     
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    As much as I love all his non-Batman films, Nolans Batman trilogy (imo) is massively over rated... and I was a DC comics guy throughout my teens and twenties (the heyday of the Vertigo imprint)... if I had to pick my 5 favourite DC movies I'd go with the first two Christopher Reeves Superman films, the two Tim Burton Batman films, and Wes Cravens Swamp Thing.
     
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    A pretty good Yakuza movie.
     
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    A Silent Voice
     
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    woman eats non-food items
     
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    The Blackcoats Daughter was in my collection for some time and I was pleasantly surprised at how good it was for a plot that has been beaten into the ground by Hollywood. Eyes Wide Shut is more of a critics film with a slow burn to give you plenty of time to drool over the cinematography and Kubrick's subliminal messaging.
     
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    I've seen Midsommar. Well, it's a beautiful film, but I expected it to be scary, cause it's a horror film. It turned out to be quite boring, but camera work was the best.
     
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