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Guyzer0414

Member
Believe it or not, by pure coincidence since we're talking about anthropomorphic characters, "Sherlock Holmes and the Great Escape." It was really good and heartfelt even.
 

BadRoy

Snake awakens
Now that it's up for completely legal streaming I watched Sing 2. I don't like musicals so it was just fine. The animation is so good at times it made me wish there was more action. Aside from the performance parts everything might as well be live action, you know?
Suki is best girl, but I admit Porsha was probably the most enjoyable character.
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ansfert

New Member
Into the Spiderverse. It's charming, in both story and espeically animation. Upon rewatch, I still find myself rewinding scenes just to admire all the little details.
 

Phischermen

Programmer & Tree Climber!
I just watched Sing 2. I really liked it! Porsha's performance was my favorite part, because I'm a basic bitch furry! It was also neat to see Bono's fursona.
 

JuniperW

Birb Fanatic
My brother wanted to go and see the new Spider-Man film yesterday, so I tagged along because superhero movies are always fun even if I'm an extremely casual fan. I liked it more than most of the other MCU stuff. First cinema trip (and proper outing) of 2022.
 

Casey Fluffbat

E. Fuscus from the discount section
Ghostbusters: Afterlife and the night before Dune. T'was a movie weekend no doubt.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife was pleasant surprisingly. While I'm usually not keen on movies playing nostalgia cards and bringing all the recognizable elements from the original films, this was a well constructed movie that didn't rush those elements and really had you engaged with the story of the new characters rather than hitting you with throwbacks in the first half of the movie. Not to mention the production was fantastic.

Dune I liked a lot, although people who know more about Dune than me had their complaints about the ending, it was a really refreshing, different kind of movie. The scale of the movie always felt very real and a very grounded sense of the world being built up, at not one point I was confused. The tone of the movie was what I liked a lot. Nothing exaggerated or corny or meant to strike cultural familiarity with a new audience, really played all of it's own cards (well maybe with exception of a few well known actors but that doesn't matter).
 
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NickyMage

Deer bleats
I believe the last one I fully watched was LOTR Return of the King: Extended Edition
 

Hoodwinks

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My other half made me sit and watch all of the LOTR movies just before New Year o_O
 

Curt Goynes

Member
Ghostbusters: Afterlife and the night before Dune. T'was a movie weekend no doubt.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife was pleasant surprisingly. While I'm usually not keen on movies playing nostalgia cards and bringing all the recognizable elements from the original films, this was a well constructed movie that didn't rush those elements and really had you engaged with the story of the new characters rather than hitting you with throwbacks in the first half of the movie. Not to mention the production was fantastic.

Dune I liked a lot, although people who know more about Dune than me had their complaints about the ending, it was a really refreshing, different kind of movie. The scale of the movie always felt very real and a very grounded sense of the world being built up, at not one point I was confused. The tone of the movie was what I liked a lot. Nothing exaggerated or corny or meant to strike cultural familiarity with a new audience, really played all of it's own cards (well maybe with exception of a few well known actors but that doesn't matter). I even converted the film via Online Video Converter to further download it to my Iphone and rewatch at lunchtime.
That has been my tradition for the last 5 years in a row. I used to rewatch Home Alone every single year but decided to watch the best film ever :)
 
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Hoodwinks

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Hot Fuzz :cool:

It was for the greater good.
 

Baron Tredegar

Ukraine Strong!
Blade from 1998.
 

Hoodwinks

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Deadpool 2 :cool:
 

Miles Marsalis

The Last DJ.
My mom wanted to see The 355 on demand on her birthday, so we put that on. The casting was great and the premise was initially interesting, but the writing feel apart halfway through the film.

I liked the film, but I was expecting more, to be honest.
 

lonipover

Member
i watched "manchester by the sea" on amazon prime over the weekend. i saw the 'police station scene' on youtube and that alone made me want to see the whole thing. man that movie tugs at my heartstrings.
 
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