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« Reply #10710 on: October 16, 2017, 10:16:41 AM »

Deep Cover (1992) - "Deep Cover on the incognito tip dmm dmm dmmmmmm..." yeah one of those had never seen its and it wasn't bad I tell ya. Larry Fishborne who I guess came off as a guy who might be a cop and or gangsta in 1992 but now seems like a middle school biology teacher goes "deep cover" to get some big drugs guys but then gets in too deep uh oh. the plot is like...the law and politics are corrupt so who are the bad guys really? so why not just make a ton of money because nothign means anything sort of thing

I really liked his straight talking boss and Jeff glodblum is funny if not hugely believable as his partner on the crimes side.

3.75/ 5

does not feature any Death Row cameos actually who was performing in that one nightclub? it's not a rap movie in other words
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« Reply #10711 on: October 17, 2017, 08:58:16 AM »

THE ORNITHOLOGIST (2016): An ornithologist crashes his kayak while bird watching in remote Portugal, then has a series of increasingly surreal adventures (including sex with a mute man named "Jesus") that (reportedly) mirror the life of St. Anthony. Languid pace, amazing scenery, but the segments are only sporadically engaging; perhaps if you had a St. Anthony concordance it would resonate more? 2.5/5.
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« Reply #10712 on: October 17, 2017, 03:40:26 PM »

Christmas evil (1980) A young boy catches santa doing a lot more than kissing Mommy under the mistletoe one christmas and it drives him a bit mad, 30 years later he decides to take to the streets as the fat man himself stealing from the bad and giving to the good...with murderous consiquences.

I absolutely loved this film. stone cold classic and totally underrated. it got the tone just right and the cine was lovely definately rewatching this over the festive season :)
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« Reply #10713 on: October 18, 2017, 08:47:08 AM »

LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD (1961): In a strange, dreamlike hotel, a man tries to convince a woman they met and had an affair the previous year, but she claims not to remember him. One of cinema's purest mysteries: if there were a single clue that explained what really happened last year, the entire structure would collapse. 5/5.
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« Reply #10714 on: October 18, 2017, 10:38:06 AM »

Hackers - This was fun and man did Angelina Jolie look great. I don't know how accurate it all was but it seemed like it to me. The black guy seemed a little old to be there but I liked the trans type weirdo guy and all the hacking around. 4.5 /5
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« Reply #10715 on: October 18, 2017, 04:58:57 PM »

Split (1989) - ...a 3 way cross between video art, experimental cinema and Science fiction this film follows a Man named starker as he hides in a reality that is monitored by shady "Men in black" types who are led by a part man, part machine hybrid. Starker escapes there scanners by disguising himself and forming no emotional attachments. Basically its a more eccentric "Neu wave" proto version of The Matrix but a lot less moody and a lot more colourful. Striking cinematogrpahy, great direction and a positively Lynchian vibe about it. its not one to just "Pop on" but its a gorgeous little film :)
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« Reply #10716 on: October 19, 2017, 10:34:58 AM »

"The Babysitter" (Netflix original, 2017)
12 year old Cole might be a bit of a scaredy-cat, but he still doesn't think his parents need to hire a babysitter for him... until his blonde, leggy teenage dream girl from down the street shows up at the door. 
Unfortunately, in addition to her awesome babysitting skills, "Bee" also happens to be a member of a Satanic cult who needs some of Cole's innocent blood to complete a ritual. Hilarity ensues. 
This bizarre blend of horror comedy and coming of age story (yes, really) has a lot of laughs, but it doesn't skimp on the gore, either. A pleasant surprise. 
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« Reply #10717 on: October 19, 2017, 04:34:37 PM »

Hackers - This was fun and man did Angelina Jolie look great. I don't know how accurate it all was but it seemed like it to me. The black guy seemed a little old to be there but I liked the trans type weirdo guy and all the hacking around. 4.5 /5


The movie is incredible in so many ways but the way they try to make hacking 'cinematic' is particularly hilarious. It's on my list of 'movies with teens where there is some sort of lair for lost teens with games and wacky objects everywhere'. Other notables include the original Teenage Mutant turtles and the Foot clan lair and where the two leads lived in Double Dragon.

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« Reply #10718 on: October 20, 2017, 10:43:23 AM »

the roller blading is such a rip off of pocket ninjas thats why I took off .5
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« Reply #10719 on: October 21, 2017, 04:38:26 PM »

"Never Hike Alone" (2017)

While video-blogging his hike through the Catskill Mountains, a backpacker stumbles across the ruins of Camp Crystal Lake -- and soon learns that its most famous resident isn't an urban legend after all.
This Friday the 13th "fan film" (available for free on YouTube) is a way-cool salute to the classic horror film series and a pretty damn decent suspense thriller in its own right. A lot of "fan films" are cheap crap but this one is worth watching --
it obviously had some decent financial backing and was made by people with filmmaking skills. Well done, folks.
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« Reply #10720 on: October 23, 2017, 07:15:31 PM »

The Baby Sitter:

Netflix horror comedy about a baby sitter who invites people around for a quick game of spin the bottle after her ward goes to sleep. As per normal it ends in human sacrifice and an awake kid who saw the whole thing and must try and get away.

Low budget with pretty decent cinematography and gore. The charming leads make the nonsense on the good side of silly fun though there is plenty of stupid laced within (though that's the point I suppose). Solid 3/5 film depending on the milage you get out of the lead kid and he's awfully hollywood child actor face and haircut (he's like a 12 year old Josh Hartnett.)

 

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« Reply #10721 on: October 24, 2017, 10:46:39 AM »

Sin Nombre - excellent foreign film that took me a week to watch because I'm a moron now.

A guy and a girl meet as they attempt to make their way from Ecuador or something over the border to America. Most of it takes place in and around the train they ride on top of. Complicating this would-be pleasant journey is the fact that it's illegal and the guy's involvement with MS 13, who seem really annoying. The main villain has a giant MS tattooed on his face and they just go around being horrible, having dramatic gang codes, and robbing people trying to get to America.

It's a lot more substantial than, say, Undocumented but could have used a little comic relief or something, it's relentlessly heavy. It does do a very good job showing what it's like trying to get to America though and the acting and everything is excellent.

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« Reply #10722 on: October 25, 2017, 01:42:42 AM »

Hackers - This was fun and man did Angelina Jolie look great. I don't know how accurate it all was but it seemed like it to me. The black guy seemed a little old to be there but I liked the trans type weirdo guy and all the hacking around. 4.5 /5

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« Reply #10723 on: October 25, 2017, 09:04:42 AM »

SPIDER MAN: HOMECOMING (2017): 15-year old superhero Spidey battles a cadre of arms dealers, and more importantly, tries to work up the nerve to ask a senior girl to the homecoming dance. Almost a comedy, this isn't one of the Marvel series' best movies, but it is refreshing to see them decide not to treat comic books so damn seriously. Plus, it turns out Birdman was a bad guy all along. 3.5/5.

DMT: THE SPIRIT MOLECULE (2010): High-speculation, low-skepticism documentary about the poorly understood but extremely potent natural hallucinogen DMT, which is so powerful that many people who take it find it to be a spiritual experience of hidden realities. Third-eye opening revelation, or another case of far-too-serious hippies taking all the fun out of getting high? I lean towards the latter. 2/5.
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« Reply #10724 on: October 26, 2017, 08:45:09 AM »

PHENOMENA (1985): A teenage girl with a psychic bond to insects (!) teams up with a forensic entomologist (!) to hunt down a serial killer. The film looks good, but less than a decade after SUSPIRIA, Dario Argento was already starting to slip into self-parody; this one has a truly laughable premise, but there's enough tinsel (a crazy ending and a lovable chimp) to make it watchable. 3/5.
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