What movie did you watch last night? (2 Viewers)

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True. As I say, I enjoyed it for what it was, but am curious as to why others really, really disliked it.
I gave it a 5 on IMDB . It was nice looking and it certainly had its moments but there was just too much fucky with it... I can't be arsed dissecting it but I don't know why, I was expecting a bit more spookyness
 

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We all went to see Bohemian Rhapsody last night. Everyone enjoyed it and I didn't want to be the grump about it. It was ok. Some of the live scenes are great, the band inter-action scenes are cringy (in a typical music film way - bad direction), Freddie's ark is all over the place. The Live Aid scene is great but there's a bit of history rewriting going on there. It was ok. I wouldn't watch it again.
 

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Gaslight ,1944 version.. amazing!
Cold Skin ,netflix creature feature. Very good
The Road,rewatched with daughter. Superb and very sad
Turned off Prince Of Darkness after half an hour
 

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All I remember about Prince of Darkness was hobo Alice Cooper, possibly undead? Pushing the forks of a bike through someone's chest.
 

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Went to see Suspiria (new version) at Horrorthon; thought it was a load of pants.
Also watched The Fury the other night; pretty crackin' De Palma movie which I don't think i ever saw before.
 

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I really like this one. Very stylish and of its time
I remember loving it many years ago, and I got all amped up to see it again. I did like a lot about it - it IS super stylish - but yer man the Jackal I couldn't get with at all this time around. He was more like a secondary school teacher than a cool international assassin of the 70's. As soon as I realised, I was like "aww FUCK it". I still have to watch the last bit...I went to bed in a huff instead of watching it. Maybe that will change things. On paper, and in my memory, it's exactly the kind of movie I'm in the mood for these days.
 

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Mr. Turner. Mike Leigh's film about Turner. Good, watchable, not really what I wanted from a Leigh film.

20 minutes of some absolute shite whose name I can't remember. The hobbit fella from the office was the lead, he was a musician with a shite girlfriend (gwenith paltrow) and it was something about dreaming. The cast is impressive but it was unwatchable garbage.
 

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