Movie Talk (New Films, Old Films... doesn't matter) (5 Viewers)

IlCapitano

Senior Member
Dec 16, 2012
1,628
Corona forced me to catch up with some movies these days. Watched the Bourne series (except the 4th one, couldn't force myself to watch w/o Damon) and really liked it.

Gone in 60 seconds - meh. Nice idea, entertaining for the most part but nothing special in the end.

Knives Out - loved it.Great idea, great execution, funny at times, unpredictable, good acting...

Uncut Gems - maybe it was all the hype but really average in the end. Too much yelling, too much chaos the entire time and pointless in the end.
 

Osman

Koul Khara!
Aug 30, 2002
51,127
Someone give me a list of good new movies to see, imma be home for 8 days straight from work and defenitely not used to having this much free time lol.
 

Osman

Koul Khara!
Aug 30, 2002
51,127
Only 8 days. Sweden isn't in apocalypse mode?
Not yet, schools mainly still open too. But depends on where you work (I have friends whos work told them stay home for 6 weeks). Our big ass company for now, has us working 30-40% of our hours, like 2 times a week, but still get paid like full pay as usual. They waiting for goverment notice/decree, plus its the goverment who are covering these companies to pay us to stay home for 8 days (then work weekend, then home week again etc). Just making sure as few of us as possible working same days etc.


It can change with a single days notice, but I counted up, and in coming full month, I think I work like 8 days total lol.

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Alright, will check out. I been meaning to go through Daniel Radcliffe's weird choice of movies actually. He seems like a total risk taker lol.
 

Raphaël

Senior Member
Apr 17, 2013
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Someone give me a list of good new movies to see, imma be home for 8 days straight from work and defenitely not used to having this much free time lol.
The Traitor directed by Marco Bellocchio, about the life of Tommaso Buscetta, one of the first repentant who denounces the actions of the cosa nostra in the 80s.. One of the best mafia movies since Casino.
 

Dostoevsky

Tzu
Administrator
May 27, 2007
81,663
Someone give me a list of good new movies to see, imma be home for 8 days straight from work and defenitely not used to having this much free time lol.
1917
The Lighthouse
Mandariinid (a bit older)
Annihilation
Official Secrets (not that great but a decen watch)
Rurôni Kenshin: Kyôto taika-hen
Leave No Trace
Koe no katachi
 

Völler

Always spot on
May 6, 2012
22,704
Someone give me a list of good new movies to see, imma be home for 8 days straight from work and defenitely not used to having this much free time lol.
Three Identical Strangers
Les Miserables (2019)
Birds of Passage
Free Solo
Hereditary
The Lighthouse
Midsommar
American Factory
I Lost My Body
Capernaum
Burning
Den skyldige
Cold War
Never Look Away
Leave No Trace
 

campionesidd

Senior Member
Mar 16, 2013
8,322
Someone give me a list of good new movies to see, imma be home for 8 days straight from work and defenitely not used to having this much free time lol.
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3
Avengers Age of Ultron
Thor the Dark World
Captain Marvel
Ant-Man
Spiderman Far from Home

Brilliant, innovative movies that offer a fresh take you've never seen before.


Just kidding.

Some movies I've seen recently that I recommend:

1917
The Gentlemen
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Green Book
Knives Out
 

JuveJay

起死回生
Moderator
Mar 6, 2007
59,999
Uncut Gems - maybe it was all the hype but really average in the end. Too much yelling, too much chaos the entire time and pointless in the end.
I actually don't mind Sandler's shtick, but this was too much. He shouted for the entire movie, it was stressful to watch. The story was generally sound, but he was playing a loud, NY Jew, it's not even acting for him.
 

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