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Re: What's the last film you watched? (2)

#22181  Postby LucidFlight » Aug 03, 2018 12:23 pm

Incredibles 2 was... pretty good! I even wasted money on ridiculously-priced popcorn and snacks at a cinema to see it. Not a huge fan of Jack-Jack, but he was tolerable. I did love the scene with him and the racoon, though. Violet's facial expressions are great, I have to say. Possibly my favourite character of the bunch. Enjoyable fun. Visually captivating.

7½/10

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Extinction on Netflix was not entirely terrible. I did manage to sit through the whole thing. My god the kids are annoying as hell, though. Eh, not a bad story and... a twist! I'm not familiar with Michael Peña, but I did quite enjoy him in this flick.

5½/10
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Re: What's the last film you watched? (2)

#22182  Postby Animavore » Aug 03, 2018 12:32 pm

When I saw Extinction and a 5 I was sharpening my knife. Then I read about kids and Michael Pena and I realised it was Annhilation I was thinking of.
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Re: What's the last film you watched? (2)

#22183  Postby LucidFlight » Aug 03, 2018 12:46 pm

Ooh, put that knife away. Hey, I thought I posted about Annihilation before. A search reveals that I have not. Anyway, I grew to enjoy its creepiness and acid-trip visuals. I even watched it a second time. Underrated film, for sure.

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Re: What's the last film you watched? (2)

#22184  Postby Spinozasgalt » Aug 04, 2018 6:30 am

Mine parents, I found this:

It's found footage, but it's old style found footage. The reviews I read were positive.
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Re: What's the last film you watched? (2)

#22185  Postby Ironclad » Aug 04, 2018 9:17 pm

LucidFlight wrote:Ooh, put that knife away. Hey, I thought I posted about Annihilation before. A search reveals that I have not. Anyway, I grew to enjoy its creepiness and acid-trip visuals. I even watched it a second time. Underrated film, for sure.

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We watched that last month and really enjoyed it, the characters were well played though Jane Foster was a little too skinny to handle such a big rifle, methinks.

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Re: What's the last film you watched? (2)

#22186  Postby UncertainSloth » Aug 04, 2018 11:28 pm

Spinozasgalt wrote:Mine parents, I found this:

It's found footage, but it's old style found footage. The reviews I read were positive.


oh, now that looks interesting! cheers, m'dear!
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#22187  Postby Macdoc » Aug 10, 2018 7:59 am

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well I hope maybe one of my clients made some money on this. SIgh.

Good cast, dreadful pacing.
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