Rate the last film you watched out of 100 Page 2629

  • Page

    of 2751 First / Last

  • Deckard1 13 May 2014 20:35:16 27,703 posts
    Seen 11 minutes ago
    Registered 5 years ago
    Not in isolation no

    Hush you ponce

  • jablonski 13 May 2014 20:43:09 3,765 posts
    Seen 8 minutes ago
    Registered 4 years ago
    So what was I supposed to say, he "ripped off" too many other films?

    Well that would give a negative slant to it wouldn't it, which is why I used the positive term "homage".

    Do you see?
  • MrFlay 13 May 2014 20:50:41 655 posts
    Seen 19 hours ago
    Registered 6 years ago
    Snowpiercer - 7/10

    I really wanted to like this more as I'm a huge fan of Bong Joon-ho and Korean cinema in general. The performances are generally quite good especially Chris Evans and John Hurt. The problems start with Tilda Swinton's cartoonish character and some very odd sounding dialogue. I watched the French cut so the full Korean version might be more satisfying but I found the ending weirdly rushed in some ways. Without spoiling it too much, it really is an anti-climax. I wanted to see the front of train passengers get some well-deserved comeuppance. I enjoyed much of the film but some of the dialogue is really, really terrible. There is a confessional monologue at the end of the film that is supposed to be awful in a certain way but is instead undermined by the complete awfulness of the dialogue. However it is a sci-fi film that is actually about something other than robots, lasers and explosions so you should watch it if you like science fiction with ideas.
  • jablonski 13 May 2014 20:53:20 3,765 posts
    Seen 8 minutes ago
    Registered 4 years ago
    The French cut is the full cut I thought?

    I hope so
  • MrFlay 13 May 2014 21:03:27 655 posts
    Seen 19 hours ago
    Registered 6 years ago
    I thought the Korean version was a little bit longer but I don't know why I thought that. I think you're right. The "international cut" is the Weinstein cut.
  • kalel 14 May 2014 12:22:43 86,962 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 11 years ago
    Searching for Sugar Man director Malik Bendjelloul has died at the age of 36 :(
  • sirtacos 14 May 2014 14:24:13 7,273 posts
    Seen 18 hours ago
    Registered 7 years ago
    The Sphere

    Surprisingly, it's quite good. Think 'Event Horizon' meets 'The Abyss'.
    The film has its fair share of faults, but I enjoyed the hell out of it anyway.

    7/10
  • Deckard1 14 May 2014 14:31:26 27,703 posts
    Seen 11 minutes ago
    Registered 5 years ago
    Not enough to get its name right though

    Hush you ponce

  • sirtacos 14 May 2014 14:56:25 7,273 posts
    Seen 18 hours ago
    Registered 7 years ago
    Hey, you're right. It's "Sphere". Better title. Deserves 8/10
  • CosmicFuzz 14 May 2014 15:00:41 23,865 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    Sphere has a pretty strong opening half, but it all goes to shit towards the end.

    Episode 5 of our gaming podcast Open Source is a Gamescom Special. Check it out here!

  • mrpon 14 May 2014 15:03:24 28,756 posts
    Seen 3 minutes ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    I thought it was pretty rounded film to be honest. Okay it throws you a curveball in the third act, but it comes full circle in the end.

    Give yourself £5 or ½ gig, you're worth it.

  • Deckard1 14 May 2014 15:05:41 27,703 posts
    Seen 11 minutes ago
    Registered 5 years ago
    Based on a pretty decent book by Michael Crichton.

    Hush you ponce

  • CosmicFuzz 14 May 2014 15:06:09 23,865 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    Nah, they really ballsed up the third act.

    Episode 5 of our gaming podcast Open Source is a Gamescom Special. Check it out here!

  • CosmicFuzz 14 May 2014 15:06:32 23,865 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    Deckard1 wrote:
    Based on a pretty decent book by Michael Crichton.
    I don't get that one.

    Episode 5 of our gaming podcast Open Source is a Gamescom Special. Check it out here!

  • Deckard1 14 May 2014 15:09:26 27,703 posts
    Seen 11 minutes ago
    Registered 5 years ago
    It's based on a pretty decent book by Michael Crichton. Sphere is. Michael Crichton wrote Sphere.

    Duh

    Edited by Deckard1 at 15:14:24 14-05-2014

    Hush you ponce

  • CosmicFuzz 14 May 2014 15:10:13 23,865 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    Deckard1 wrote:
    It's based on a pretty decent film by Michael Crichton. Sphere is. Michael Crichton wrote Sphere.
    Nope, still not seeing it.

    Episode 5 of our gaming podcast Open Source is a Gamescom Special. Check it out here!

  • Blakester 14 May 2014 15:12:39 3,597 posts
    Seen 1 hour ago
    Registered 10 years ago
    Sphere is a great book and I think the film captured the atmosphere really well.

    Anything set underwater is always going to be a winner for me though...

    When you can't see the angles on the wall you're in trouble.

  • Deckard1 14 May 2014 15:14:05 27,703 posts
    Seen 11 minutes ago
    Registered 5 years ago
    There's a book?

    Hush you ponce

  • CosmicFuzz 14 May 2014 15:14:42 23,865 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    FFS Deck we were doing sphere puns you moron

    Episode 5 of our gaming podcast Open Source is a Gamescom Special. Check it out here!

  • Deckard1 14 May 2014 15:16:40 27,703 posts
    Seen 11 minutes ago
    Registered 5 years ago
    Ha I didn't even notice.To be fair though NONE OF THEM BOWLED ME OVER

    Hush you ponce

  • DFawkes 14 May 2014 15:17:36 22,789 posts
    Seen 9 minutes ago
    Registered 9 years ago
    Should've said it was a pretty descent book. Someone would've said you've misspelt decent, then you'd go NO IT'S DESCENT BECAUSE UNDERWATER HAHAHA!

    The book is good though.

    I'd kick the living daylights out of the producers of Tipping Point - Ghandi

  • CosmicFuzz 14 May 2014 15:19:22 23,865 posts
    Seen 3 hours ago
    Registered 8 years ago
    :D

    I've not read the book myself. The only Crichton I've read is Jurassic Park and The Lost World, and neither of them I really enjoyed that much!

    Episode 5 of our gaming podcast Open Source is a Gamescom Special. Check it out here!

  • Youthist 14 May 2014 15:26:56 10,010 posts
    Seen 5 days ago
    Registered 9 years ago
    I am trying to find someone that saw The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Was great vs. what I thought it was going to be like. And best Stiller performance in years.

    Think of how stupid the average person is, and realise half of them are stupider than that

  • Fozzie_bear 14 May 2014 15:32:35 15,500 posts
    Seen 1 day ago
    Registered 12 years ago
    I rather liked Walter Mitty. Went in with very low expectations, but it was all just completely lovely.

    Support the Mowgli Dirty Protest!

  • gooner77 14 May 2014 15:58:21 752 posts
    Seen 5 hours ago
    Registered 7 years ago
    The Worlds End 6/10

    Decent enough with a couple of funny lines Not a patch on SoTD or Hot Fuzz though
  • Tom_Servo 14 May 2014 23:05:45 17,544 posts
    Seen 4 hours ago
    Registered 4 years ago
    Computer Chess - 4.0/10

    It's the 1980s and some teams from various institutions gather in a hotel to have a computer chess competition. It has the style of a mockumentary, and is filmed using a 1960s video camera in black-and-white for that authentic lo-fi feel, but branches off into a few different areas like surrealism.

    Being a Bujalski film, there's a lot of improvised dialogue full of "um"s and "like"s. It's not my favourite style in the world, but it's not ruinous for me. The standard of acting is generally quite good although there's definitely a few "amateur dramatics" moments.

    There's a couple of problems though: despite being billed as a comedy, it's not funny. At all.

    The second issue is that it's basically pointless and occasionally pretentious. It goes off in loads of different directions and leaves loads of intriguing questions unanswered and forgotten.

    Bleh. Didn't enjoy it.
  • jablonski 14 May 2014 23:24:23 3,765 posts
    Seen 8 minutes ago
    Registered 4 years ago
    Youthist wrote:
    I am trying to find someone that saw The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Was great vs. what I thought it was going to be like. And best Stiller performance in years.
    Missed opportunity.

    More or less ignored the whole point of the original Walter Mitty idea after 10 mins
  • DiddlerDo 14 May 2014 23:24:50 1,459 posts
    Seen 30 minutes ago
    Registered 5 months ago
    Fozzie_bear wrote:
    I rather liked Walter Mitty. Went in with very low expectations, but it was all just completely lovely.
    This, it was just a nice film which I could totally relate to. Imagine it was judged harsher than necessary due to stiller.
  • Bauul 14 May 2014 23:42:51 141 posts
    Seen 2 hours ago
    Registered 2 years ago
    gooner77 wrote:
    The Worlds End 6/10

    Decent enough with a couple of funny lines Not a patch on SoTD or Hot Fuzz though
    Totally agree, I was rather disappointed by it. Too many Scott Pilgrim style fight scenes (which Wright did much better in Scott Pilgrim), and the story wasn't really paced properly at all, it was 20 minutes of character introductions and then just an extended chase sequence. Bit of a shame really.
  • Great_Googly_Moogly 15 May 2014 00:08:30 713 posts
    Seen 6 seconds ago
    Registered 5 months ago
    Mud

    Cracking. Matthew Magohany can act!

    Two boys come across a boat in a tree on an island, as they explore it, they come across a charismatic man who is on the run from something. The boys natural curiousities lead to an eventful relationship between them.

    Really impressed by this, a weird mixture of a coming of age tale mixed with that southern state darkness that Denis johnson and cormac McCarthy excel at. The script is terrific. The motives and natural curiousities of the children fitted the foil for a darker underbelly of adult life that is delicatley explored. The film never felt forced, and the various themes and story threads are neatly tied together. It a lot of fun, but at the same time just around the corner you are aware of an oncomming darkness.

    The two boys i felt, put in really good performances you won't be annoyed by them

    Impressed. 9/10

    P.S special mention goes to the director of photography, nailed 'americana'

    PSN: Cloudsheaven
    NNID: Notnits_85
    www.joelstinton.wordpress.com

  • Page

    of 2751 First / Last

Log in or register to reply