Discussion in 'Television, Film, & Books' started by King K, Mar 15, 2015.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Dope, it was a pretty good movie, 4/5
Straight outta Compton - really good and would definitely recommend. One of my favourite movies I've ever seen honestly.
The last movie I watched was Downfall. Yeah...
That one never gets old.
Just watched Mr. Holmes. It's a pretty good look at a classic character in an unfamiliar light (post-retirement, in a fragile state of mind). Highly recommended, particularly for fans of Sir Ian McKellen, it's a fantastic performance from him.
Watched Creed last night (the 2015 version) and it was an awesome movie. I highly recommend it if you haven't seen it yet.
Well I (finally) saw Godzilla (2014) just a few minutes ago. It was pretty good, though I'm going to see Captain America Civil War tonight @ 7:30 EST.
Captain America:Civil War
Literally finally just watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens, now everyone in the world has officially seen it.
Captain America: Civil War. What an incredible film!
Finally watched Captain America: Civil War. It's definitely the best Marvel movie I've seen to date, but it wasn't quite as good as I expected. I wish they had gone a bit bolder and had some characters die or at least temporarily disbanded the Avengers. I'd still give it a solid 8/10 though. One of the better movies I've seen in 2016.
Good fight scenes
Every scene with Black Panther in it
Don't like how they made Spider-Man a fool, that doesn't seem to use his spidey sense and isn't good at trash talking anyone during the airport scene
The "Villain" was lame
The end of the movie fight was disappointing (been there, done that)
Spoiler: end of the movie
Bucky killing Mr. and Mrs. Stark seemed very randomly throw in
Captain America Civil War. I liked it
I do watch an average of 3-4 movies a week.
But the last one I had the opportunity to watch in the theatre was either The Man From UNCLE (much more better than what I expected, I had really a great time and the soundtrack is fantastic) or The Brand New Testament that was weird, sometimes to much over the top, but brilliant and quiet iconoclasticaly funny in a sense.
Man, Mel Gibson was such a good actor before he turned out to be such a grade A douchebag.
I watched Now You See Me the other day. Still a bit confused from it, but it was an ok movie. Glad I saw it on Netflix and not at the cinemas
Hush: It was a really good movie, but I don't recommend watching it if you get scared easily.
it's a dumb action movie but it's still good. the plot is a little stupid but if you're a pet owner you might understand the feeling that John Wick has. It has some comedic moments in is as well and just overall is a fun movie to watch
Star Trek Beyond was a really great movie. I highly recommend it
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