They are all decent filmsHalloween suggestions
The Mist - stephen king, great acting, great story, amazing acting, the movie will fuck with your brain
Life - great sci fi horror, no goofy characters, tense, suspensful, not a single idiot astronaut in it who would smell alien eggs or would avoid quarantine protocols
Annihilation - same as above
Just dont watch any of the trailers due to spoilers.
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Lol Green Inferno is trash and idiotic but i have enjoyed it a lotThey are all decent films
I would recommend Martyrs (2007) for horror. That was a crazy ride. Also good ones:
The New York Ripper (1982)
The Green Inferno (2013)
Yeah it is kinda trash but I love trash horror done well. Eli Roth is fantastic at that niche: Knock Knock, Cabin Fever, Hostel... all very good trash.Lol Green Inferno is trash and idiotic but i have enjoyed it a lot
That made me remind of Green Room. Its rather kind of a thriller but still creepy to me.
Yes this is sad. Of course he makes a lot of money from the shit comedies, but they leave him with bad reputation. And he has proved that he can make extra ordinary performances, if the set-up helps him.Adam Sandler is a good actor, he just plays in a lot of shit comedies, his performance in Punch Drunk Love is great, as is the performance of the late Philip Seymore Hoffman. I have yet to check out Uncut Gems, looking forward to it.
Im watching that version with my brother now. Actually it is...episodic? The theatrical cut didnt have episodes right?! Anyway full 3hours long this way, it should have been on Netflix rather. The movie flopped heavilyat the box office although its a great movie.I liked Dr Sleep quite a bit, it follows the book to the letter until about two thirds in, then there is a WTF moment, kind of letting those who read the book know that all bets are off at this point. The ending is very different to the book, but it does walk the line of being a sequel to the original Shining and an adaptation of the book quite well. The book is certainly not one of King's best but I would still recommend it to anyone who has only seen the movie.
edit: Didn't even know there was a director's cut, I will have to check that out.
P.S. Rebecca Ferguson though...
Rewatched a couple of Bond films, Quantum and Spectre. Not Casino, cause I have seen it many times and I still consider it the best of the DC ones, and not Skyfall because I still say it's overrated. It's not bad, but hardly the shiny beacon that many claim.
Quantum is an odd movie, it's kind of like an old Bond film with Bourne editing. Many of the action scenes are dead impressive but ruined by fast cuts. Dialogue is daft but that makes sense as it was made during a writers strike. The airplane chase near the end almost makes up for the whole movie as it just looks real. The maneuvers of the airplanes might be made up, I don't know, but it looks incredible. I don't mind Quantum, honestly. Third place in the DC run, for me, after Casino and Skyfall.
Then, there is bloody Spectre. If Quantum is odd, Spectre is almost farcical. I don't mind the relaxed way this movie is shot, it is pretty much on the other side of the spectrum(!) to Quantum of Solace. There are impressive scenes and the fist fight between bond and not green Drax is outstanding. The problem is, this movie makes absolutely no sense. It's a Bond movie after all but the dumb scale has literally been broken here due to the amount of sillyness.
This is where QoS comes back in. It was a good end to the Casino Royale storyline, and even with one of the main villains escaping capture, Skyfall was pretty much a new thing altogether. But Spectre just had to go and try to tie the whole thing together. And tie Bond to Blofeld. In the most far-fetched bullshit garbage storyline imaginable. Actually, I might be wrong about that, maybe it is a neat twist, but the thing was, both in the cinema and now I was tearing hair over this tangled mess I was witnessing, so I probably missed the sheer brilliance of it all.
Nah I am pretty sure it's just daft. Goes on for way too long as well, Blofeld barely escapes with his life from his hideout but goes straight back to London to hang up pictures of every character of the last 3 bond films just to f*ck with Bond. Like that will somehow be worse than literally drilling holes into his skull. Ties his lady friend up at M's office with a bomb, and procedes to watch from a helicopter. Bond is smart and knows there is a safety net at the bottom floor so he just jumps with her down a hole. This makes sense in a way, these things are set up for safety. But they would have been set up at higher floors as well.
I'm going on for way to long about this. Most Bond movies are pretty dumb after all. But they are usually entertaining enough to make you look past it. Spectre, dead last for me on the Daniel Craig list. The fact that they seem to be still hanging on to the same plot threads in No Time to Die is... not great.