What movies have you seen recently?

Zer0beaT

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Avatar: The Way of the Water (IMAX 3D) - Great

This movie MUST be seen in 3D. It’s the most amazing 3D movie ever made. Nothing comes remotely close. It is literal 3D perfection. The movie itself it’s good and bordering on great. It could have had an hour cut, but I wouldn’t want it to as the world was amazing to experience in 3D.

This is coming from someone who absolutely hated the first one.

This is shocking coming from you.

Guess I'll go see this, maybe tomorrow.

You promise it doesn't suck? haha.
 

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery - It was OK. I liked the first one much more.
 

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Skinamarink - Awful

It’s s***. It’s f***ing terrible. Worst movie I ever saw. Only good thing is that it was made for $10k and was able to garner a theatrical release. I see people comparing it to The Blair Witch Project, it’s not. It’s not even close. Like it or hate it, it was an important, groundbreaking movie on many fronts. This ain’t. It’s experimental, bordering on pretentious, s***.
 

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Skinamarink - Awful

It’s s***. It’s f***ing terrible. Worst movie I ever saw. Only good thing is that it was made for $10k and was able to garner a theatrical release. I see people comparing it to The Blair Witch Project, it’s not. It’s not even close. Like it or hate it, it was an important, groundbreaking movie on many fronts. This ain’t. It’s experimental, bordering on pretentious, s***.
 

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Watched M3gen at Cinema. Normally I am not into horror, & I suffered from fear of dolls/Mannequins.
https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/pediophobia

But its PG16 so I thought its okayish. I did have to sleep with lights on for a night, but its okay.

Its pretty good, but though provoking, not just about AI, but parenting.

As a horror show, its pretty predictable, which is okay, not everthing need to have a twist, but the message of parenting is pretty though provoking to me.
 
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Watched M3gen at Cinema. Normally I am not into horror, & I suffered from fear of dolls/Mannequins.
https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/pediophobia

But its PG16 so I thought its okayish. I did have to sleep with lights on for a night, but its okay.

Its pretty good, but though provoking, not just about AI, but parenting.

As a horror show, its pretty predictable, which is okay, not everthing need to have a twist, but the message of parenting is pretty though provoking to me.
What message? lol. The hey!! Don't worry about parenting your kids, it'll all turn out fine? or was it hey!! This kid had traditional parenting and look at the A' hole he is? lol.

Or do you mean attachment theory? which ultimately doesn't mean much.

You can't even say the AI aspect is thought provoking, because it isn't even the issue in this movie.


Wanna see a better version of this movie? Go watch Terminator 2.
 

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Bullet Train, couldn't even bother to finish it. Bad.

I loved it because I heard it sucked before I watched it.

I heard Banshees of Inisherin was amazing and I love the actors and the writer/director and it was the first movie I went to see in the theatre since the pandemic started.....and I didn't like it the first time for some reason (was expecting In Bruges type thing?). Then I watched it again when it came out on BluRay and totally got it.

Weird eh?

My parents are both Irish immigrants and man I went on about that movie when I came home, you can't swear in my house, but somehow "feckin" is ok I found out while telling them about the movie, even though feckin is just Irish for f***ing. Also interesting in the movie is how they move from feckin to f***ing as things get more out of hand, and the virgin mary at the cross-roads. I think it's a very deep movie, and pretty dark really.

Also, the island Inisherin is a fictional place, yet my father told me it's pronounced Inish Erin.
 
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Avatar 2: Pretty good but not as good as I'd hoped

Just seemed a bit too similar to the first one. Then again, Cameron is responsible for the Terminator franchise lmao.
 

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Avatar 2: Pretty good but not as good as I'd hoped

Just seemed a bit too similar to the first one. Then again, Cameron is responsible for the Terminator franchise lmao.
His responsible for 3 of them. Terminator, Terminator 2 (Arguably the best Sci-fi movie ever) and Dark Fate. The latter one isn't great to be sure.