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Author Topic: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD  (Read 51123 times)

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4000 on: October 04, 2017, 08:53:02 pm »
The Book of Henry was tonally sloppy grief porn that weirdly evoked a lot of Deadly Friend memories. 3/10
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4001 on: October 04, 2017, 09:10:03 pm »
The Book of Henry was tonally sloppy grief porn that weirdly evoked a lot of Deadly Friend memories. 3/10
In a strange way, I feel this film gets too much hate. I mean, it's definitely bad, but it's at least an interesting bad film, which we could honestly use more of these days.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4002 on: October 04, 2017, 09:11:46 pm »
The Book of Henry was tonally sloppy grief porn that weirdly evoked a lot of Deadly Friend memories. 3/10
In a strange way, I feel this film gets too much hate. I mean, it's definitely bad, but it's at least an interesting bad film, which we could honestly use more of these days.
It is very ambitious I'll give it that.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4003 on: October 05, 2017, 12:01:32 am »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4004 on: October 05, 2017, 12:16:43 am »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4005 on: October 05, 2017, 01:17:16 am »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4006 on: October 05, 2017, 01:19:19 am »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.

You have a very odd obsession with race.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4007 on: October 05, 2017, 09:46:59 am »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.

You have a very odd obsession with race.

I used to go to tennis camp every summer back in middle school.  Guess that makes me white.  Never realized tennis was an exclusively white sport, especially when two of its biggest stars were a pair of black siblings.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4008 on: October 05, 2017, 07:38:38 pm »
Species II: 2/10
Tourist Trap: 7/10
Birdemic: Shock and Terror (rewatch): 10/10
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4009 on: October 05, 2017, 07:47:48 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.

You have a very odd obsession with race.

I used to go to tennis camp every summer back in middle school.  Guess that makes me white.  Never realized tennis was an exclusively white sport, especially when two of its biggest stars were a pair of black siblings.

Perhaps Danny agrees with Bobby Riggs. Tennis is a sport exclusively for white men.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4010 on: October 05, 2017, 09:23:25 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.
You desperately need to go outside and rethink your life.

Desperately.
Everything is terrible.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4011 on: October 05, 2017, 09:34:07 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.
You desperately need to go outside and rethink your life.

Desperately.
This is coming from the dude who tweeted like 20 replies to a fan-post asking for words that describe Jessica Chastain.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4012 on: October 05, 2017, 09:37:04 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.
You desperately need to go outside and rethink your life.

Desperately.
This is coming from the dude who tweeted like 20 replies to a fan-post asking for words that describe Jessica Chastain.
Thereís a big difference between 20 replies and 3 replies. Fuck off.
Everything is terrible.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4013 on: October 05, 2017, 09:41:26 pm »
Thereís a big difference between 20 replies and 3 replies. Fuck off.
They really don't make 'em like John no more.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4014 on: October 05, 2017, 09:42:32 pm »
Thereís a big difference between 20 replies and 3 replies. Fuck off.
They really don't make 'em like John no more.
Aw shucks.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4015 on: October 05, 2017, 09:53:49 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.
You desperately need to go outside and rethink your life.

Desperately.
This is coming from the dude who tweeted like 20 replies to a fan-post asking for words that describe Jessica Chastain.
Thereís a big difference between 20 replies and 3 replies. Fuck off.
CORRECTION: Itís 4 replies.

Youíre still way off, Danny boy. If youíre gonna continue to use this shit against me, at least bother getting the fucking facts straight.
Everything is terrible.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4016 on: October 05, 2017, 09:56:13 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.
You desperately need to go outside and rethink your life.

Desperately.
This is coming from the dude who tweeted like 20 replies to a fan-post asking for words that describe Jessica Chastain.
Thereís a big difference between 20 replies and 3 replies. Fuck off.
CORRECTION: Itís 4 replies.

Youíre still way off, Danny boy. If youíre gonna continue to use this shit against me, at least bother getting the fucking facts straight.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4017 on: October 05, 2017, 09:57:58 pm »
Battle of the Sexes was pretty good.
Huh. I figured you probably wouldn't enjoy this - it seems like it could be this year's Hidden Figures. I presume the performances kept it afloat?

The two are pretty dissimilar, honestly. This actually had good performances and well-written dialogue. Emma Stone is wonderful and her character is interesting and layered. There were some rough patches (everything spoken by Sarah Silverman, for instance), but it won me over in the end.

I also like tennis and play it fairly regularly, so that might be part of it. And I love Steve Carell. He brings a real vulnerability and sympathy to this role. He's really not that much of a villain; you get the sense that everything he says is to mess with his opponents and be a troll. The real villains are the guys in suits running the whole affair. Pretty well-done. I never got the sense that it was a liberal wankfest like Hidden Figures was.
Just when you thought Diego couldn't get any whiter.
You desperately need to go outside and rethink your life.

Desperately.
This is coming from the dude who tweeted like 20 replies to a fan-post asking for words that describe Jessica Chastain.
Thereís a big difference between 20 replies and 3 replies. Fuck off.
CORRECTION: Itís 4 replies.

Youíre still way off, Danny boy. If youíre gonna continue to use this shit against me, at least bother getting the fucking facts straight.
It was hyperbole, my guy. Let me get these jokes off.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4018 on: October 06, 2017, 09:10:37 pm »
Free Fire 7/10

Hit me with that disagree button, Moody.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE WATCHING THREAD
« Reply #4019 on: October 06, 2017, 09:38:37 pm »
Free Fire 7/10

Hit me with that disagree button, Moody.

u n moody r like broders
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