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I re-watched Blade Runner, Director's Cut the other day. After watching Star Trek: The Motion(less) Picture. And then a Scooby-Doo movie. I'm going to line up some movies for the weekend, probably going to start with The Crow (which I've never seen). After that, I'm not sure.

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On 10/4/2020 at 6:09 PM, ManvsMini said:

Watched two movies yesterday. First was Baywatch, with the Rock. Yeah, it's a horrid plot of a movie, but I honestly don't think they made it to be serious. It was a good way to kill time, had some funny moments, Alexandra Daddario's eyes (yes, her eyes, they are amazing), and of course the Rock. But I still don't care for Zac Efron.

 

Then I watched a movie on Netflix called The Babysitter. Complete B-movie, I don't even know if it qualifies as a horror movie, but I didn't hate it. Lead actress looks a lot like Margot Robbie, but is apparently Hugo Weaving's niece.

 

I loved the Babysitter, there's a sequel to it that dropped a couple of weeks ago, it's currently in my watchlist. Along with.....quite a few films, to be honest <_<

 

We watched Bad Boys 4 Life(not terrible, but I saw a major plot point coming from a mile away), Terminator:Dark Fate( really enjoyed it) and Underwater(loved it, despite it starting 2 actors that I normally can't stand)

 

Spoiler for Underwater

 

 

We spend most of the film joking that it would be awesome if the monsters would be Deep Ones ::D: The end reveal was awesome!

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On 9/23/2020 at 7:43 AM, Kuroneko said:

We watch the greatest buccaneer movie on Saturday in honour of International Talk Like a Pirate Day :lol:

 

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Link to best pirate song ever. How can you not love a singing Tim Curry?

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YvUbbYX9BMs

 

 "Upstage lads, this is my only number" :lol:::D::B):

Oddly enough, guess what we are watching tonight....

 

Brigid curled up with us.

 

The Auld Grump

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Watched a couple movies last night.

First there was Birds of Prey, Margot Robbie is starting to sell me on "modern" Harley Quinn, it's just a pity the movie itself is pretty lousy, tries far too hard to be quirky.

Then the new horror version of Fantasy Island, it was an interesting take on the premise, but falls apart if you think about it even slightly. It also wasn't much of a horror movie, or I've gotten a lot braver lately! :lol: 

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We watched Killing Gunther on Netflix last night.  Hubby and I would say it is not worth watching, skip that one.  Arnold is only in it for the very last part, and the main character is very unlikable.  The movie was a real mess, and the humor didn't really land most of the time. 

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On 10/4/2020 at 1:09 PM, ManvsMini said:

Watched two movies yesterday. First was Baywatch, with the Rock. Yeah, it's a horrid plot of a movie, but I honestly don't think they made it to be serious. It was a good way to kill time, had some funny moments, Alexandra Daddario's eyes (yes, her eyes, they are amazing), and of course the Rock. But I still don't care for Zac Efron.

 

Then I watched a movie on Netflix called The Babysitter. Complete B-movie, I don't even know if it qualifies as a horror movie, but I didn't hate it. Lead actress looks a lot like Margot Robbie, but is apparently Hugo Weaving's niece.

I really enjoyed Baywatch. It was dumb, and silly, but that's what it was supposed to be. The cast clearly were enjoying themselves, and the plot was a great tongue in cheek spoof on the show itself. I loved it enough to buy it used from Redbox.

 

The Babysitter is an entertaining movie. Definitely a B-movie, but fun. I recommend Little Evil on Netflix, too. It's a horror comedy, very ridiculous and goofy. My wife loved it, and she's not a fan of horror movies.

On 10/5/2020 at 3:29 PM, Kuroneko said:

We watched Bad Boys 4 Life(not terrible, but I saw a major plot point coming from a mile away), Terminator:Dark Fate( really enjoyed it) and Underwater(loved it, despite it starting 2 actors that I normally can't stand)

 

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We spend most of the film joking that it would be awesome if the monsters would be Deep Ones ::D: The end reveal was awesome!

I enjoyed T:DF and  Underwater as well. Wasn't entirely sure about Underwater going in, but I was impressed. The ending was really surprising. Very cool. 

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Found two gems on Prime today: Firewalker and Cutthroat Island. Some Chuck Norris and Louis Gossett Jr., how can you not like Firewalker? And yes, I know Cutthroat Island is regarded as one of, if not the biggest box-office bomb, but childhood memories are screaming at me that I enjoyed it. So it's found itself on the watchlist.

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We've been getting ready for Christmas by watching some seasonal fare. 

 

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I watch Scrooged every year and I'm always surprised by how dark it is. Utter classic!

 

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A more recent film, Krampus is just a great, dark little rollercoaster into horror. It has some absolutely fantastic creature effects and looks amazing. 

 

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Another foray into the scarier side of Christmas, Rare Exports is my second favorite festive movie. It's a Finnish dark comedy about a young boy dealing with unusual happenings in their village. I heartily recommend it to all forumites. 

 

Here's the trailer

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9RQlikX4vvw

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