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    Peppermint. Man, that was epic seeing Jennifer Garner hunt down every crook and more who "hurt" her family.

    And as always, there's those who say the movie was RaCiSt. lol I remember they said the same about the last Rambo film, too.
     
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    I found Gore interesting to watch last year.
    I might think of something else, but you probably ain't gonna like it :unsure:

    On a more serious note... well... considering the covid events, even if you go to the Cinema you won't probably find other than SONIC...

    Then, you have the "streaming" option, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon.

    Amazon is filled with B-rated movies.
    Netflix is filled with cringe worthy tish that teenagers thinks is good and original.
    I don't own Hulu (but owned some hula-hoops once)
    And I presume there's Disney +, and being the MARVEL / HILARY DUFF / ANNELIESE VAN DER POOL fanboy I've been since 2000's I'd suggest you to get Disney Plus snd watch some Lizzie McGuire, That's So Raven or Ironman.

    If I might recommend you something, I'd say:
    Any movie with TIN-TAN
    The Adams Family
    Tim Burton
    Quentin
    Richard Linklater
    Guillermo del Toro
    90s Comedies
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    Something gory / sexuous :unsure:


    SURPRISINGLY ENOUGH, it seems that I'm unable to find a certain B-movie casting one of my favourite Pin-Up models; Danielle Riley :(
     
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    Saw this two weeks ago on Amazon Prime and I just remember that fact. So post![​IMG]
    Two characters are destined to save the world a'la Groundhog Day style, featuring Full Metal Bitch and Generic USA Army G.I. Joe.

    OH MY GOD!
    What a nice film! The continuity and the special effects are NOT SUPERB, but NOT BAD EITHER.
    It got me hooked and I loved every single minute of this.

    Specially the part where Blunt's character is introduced to the audience.
    A Hard to Die Full Metal Bitch that's a rude and yet innocent looking tomboy. I don't know why, but I've been admiring blondes for some time now (and before that I loved Redhead girls for many, many years) and it's actually why I've always liked Blunt since I met her in The Devil wears Prada (she was redhaired at the time) and that's a bonus for my appreciation of this movie.
    I don't know why it took me so long to watch this movie as I saw commercials and advertisements on paid TV, specially on the TNT channel.

    It's got to be an instant personal favourite.
    Although... a little bit of gore would've been nice... but who am I to ask for such desires when I have Blunt killing machines on the screen for 1 hour?

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    Fair enough. I'd suggest you to watch the whole Interstella 5555 movie featuring Daft Punk's music.
    If you feel like having a little bit of variation in short films featuring whole albums.
    That said... I bet you already know about The Wall movie featuring Pink Floyd's music.
     
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    Knuckle. Really great Irish traveler documentary following two families over the span of 10+ years.
     
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    Love and Monsters.
    At this point in time, I believe this movie might be better than the upcoming Monster Hunter movie.
    I hope I'm wrong though as I love that franchise.
     
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    The Call of the Wild (2020)
    I liked the book, and this movie is really ok.
    Harrison Ford, cool effects and landscapes, good action and northen lights.
     
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    The wife made me sit through How to lose a guy in 10 days for the first (and only) time. To sum it up - shite.
     
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    Yeah, you're not me for I like chik-flick movies (◍•ᴗ•◍)
     
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    To be fair the wife doesn’t normally let me watch them because I spout bile at the TV and “spoil” the ending - even though she’s seen it dozens of times. If only the same applied to the god knows how many series of sex and the city, I know way too much about that program.
     
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    Ok, I'm not that bad.
    Just happen to like cheesy movies because most of the times features girls like Isla Fisher, Amanda Peet, Rachel Weisz and others alike.
    It's the eye candy what's appealing to me.
    Except Just Friends which is actually funny.
     
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    Fair enough, it’s a bloody good reason :D Is just friends that Sandra bullock thing? If so, and I’m swearing you to secrecy on this, I did actually chuckle more than once at that one, which really annoyed me :D
     
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    Amy Smart (◍•ᴗ•◍)❤
    But Ryan Reynolds is such a hottie! ( ˘ ³˘)♥
     
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    Oh yeah, the one where he was chunky at school, the wife’s made me sit through that more than once. On the bright side she knows when I’ve had enough and let’s me pick one of my “shite” films to break up the tedium. Which would be fine is she didn’t like all of my shite films - except the horrors. Fair dos though, she has had to sit through a fair bit of Doom Patrol, which she hates.
     
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    Force her to watch Borat, American Pie, Jackass, Innocence Interrupted, American History X or American Beauty.
    Laugh frenetically at the most embarrassing parts, and she'll eventually stop forcing you into it, because she'll learn that after one of her movies you'll force hee into one of your movies.
     
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    Rush (2013)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1979320/

    Slightly dramatised rivalry between two formula 1 drivers in the 70s.
    It would be the late 80s before I started paying any kind of attention to formula one and was otherwise completely unaware of this whole series of events, indeed by this point they were variously commentators and more management roles.
    I normally don't care at all about sports films and sports rival films even less than that.

    However I thoroughly enjoyed this one as a background film. Some wonderful images/editing/camera work, pretty decent characters, interesting mix of languages (so used am I to having everybody magically speak English all the time) and otherwise good stuff.
     
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    2015's Knock, Knock with Keanu Reeves. Garbage. Just like the rest of Eli Roth's movies. I think I'll watch the Midsommar Director's Cut to clear that other nonsense from my mind.
     
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    Paul Blart: Mall Cop one of the few Thanksgiving-y movies.
     
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    Resident Evil: Vendetta (2017)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5776208/

    One of the 3d animated resident evil films. I did not mind the one in the airport but the other I could leave.
    Here the models and textures were not the worst, though sub game (give or take guns which were actually not bad at all, almost makes me wonder if this was not one of those "the guns/cars are the real character" type anime thing) and uncanny valley different from the games. The animations were mediocre in most cases and good but exceptionally cheesy if not (if you enjoyed gun kata from Equilibrium then you might find something more here), some of the virtual set building was not great either (the chase scene at the end...). Basically think test render or storyboard that someone put some effort into, or you probably saw better CGI from mid range houses in the mid 2000s. The story was at very best middling but largely predictable even if you have not played a resident evil game. Made more sense than anything I saw in 6 though and more or less managed to stick the landing and keep things going throughout.
    Despite all that I had a good time. Watched it at 1x speed which is a rarity these days, and was late at night too. Almost would suggest it as an intro to the RE universe (it adds nothing to it really) but takes place somewhere between 4,5 and 6 so might be missing out.
    Similarly I would almost be inclined to suggest it in general. Might even be my favourite resident evil film (I did actually like the live action efforts if only for the pure cheese) but that is not exactly a high bar.
     
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