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Thread: Official Rate the last movie you watched thread

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    wonder woman 84....should have left after the first 30 minutes

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    Forbidden Empire (available for free on Amazon Prime)

    Gorgeously shot with pretty good special effects, edited at breakneck speed, and entertaining. I’d place it in the genre of Van Helsing, Brothers Grimm, and Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow. It’s an odd one though. Perhaps something was lost in the translation (it’s partially dubbed).

    It really does look lush with great cinematography. It seems to never stop moving and feels like it’s in an incredible hurry.

    I couldn’t take my eyes off of it though and could never make up my mind if it was great or a total mess.

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    Good Burger (1997)

    Have no idea why the movie critics lambasted this movie at the time.

    It's good clean fun ment for 12-ish year olds.

    Were they hoping for Oscar performances ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRP View Post
    Continuing my Kurosawa/Mifune kick, watched the Hidden Fortress this afternoon...

    … It felt and looked a little different from the two earlier offerings I watched, and felt more akin to Seven Samurai and Yojimbo which were the only Kursosawa films I remember having seen before I started this block of films. It featured strong characters, an engaging story and stunning visual work.

    -M
    Just watched Yojimbo (really just damn good!) and Hidden Fortress is up next… my years of youthful appreciation of Kurosawa is really turning to love the older I get. Modern filmmakers should look at these and feel both ashamed and reinvigorated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    Class Action Park (2020) 8/10… This should be made into a comedy starring John C Reilly, it has everything.
    Agreed!, but unfortunately Johnny Knoxville (Action Point, 2018) beat Reilly to it… got suckered into watching this, pretty terrible (I was hoping the animals would maul the cast for more laughs) aside from the momentary homage to Action Park. 3/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Good Burger (1997)

    Have no idea why the movie critics lambasted this movie at the time.

    It's good clean fun ment for 12-ish year olds.

    Were they hoping for Oscar performances ?
    A burger joint in St. Louis, Hi-Pointe Drive-In bought the actual Good Burger car and they are working on restoring it.

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    Zombieland 2

    Was WAAAYYY better than I had expected

    I would put it in the rare category of sequels as good as their originals along with Godfather 2 and Superman 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Good Burger (1997)

    Have no idea why the movie critics lambasted this movie at the time.

    It's good clean fun ment for 12-ish year olds.

    Were they hoping for Oscar performances ?
    I love Good Burger! It’s a light-hearted fun comedy. Love the two leads, Ed, the bumbling child-like employee and Dexter, the slacker who is there working to pay for car repairs.

    Yes, good clean fun, a movie for all ages.

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    Got through 1 hour of Tarantino's --- "Once upon a time..." and had to take a break...

    I dunno if I like it or not … doesn't seem Tarantino-ish so far.

    Missing the LONG stretched out witty dialogs (not counting the Pacino scene)

    Guy who played Steve McQueen was SPOT-ON in the Playboy Club scene

    Will continue watching just cause it's Tarantino
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    oh it's worth it Mike. the end was great

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