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#13416743 Aug 29, 2017 at 04:02 PM
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I've heard good things about Empire of Corpses and have it on my watch list, bit of a sucker for thing related to Frankenstein 😝


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#13417081 Aug 29, 2017 at 09:36 PM
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It has a great lore on Frankenstein and other necromancy going on. The Steampunk connection to it is really interesting take on it too though
To avoid spoiler on it. I'll just say the part near ending is kinda confusing though.
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#13418558 Aug 30, 2017 at 08:15 PM
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#13393693 DamodarThade wrote:

Not usually a fan of remakes but the new version of Death Wish looks decent although it reminds me more of The Punisher and the recent Equalizer movie than the original Death Wish.



No one could do better than Charles Bronson. I'm pretty sure that Death Wish was the first R rated movie that I watched as a kid.
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#13418930 Aug 31, 2017 at 03:23 AM · Edited 2 months ago
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Agreed, Bronson did an excellent job and his movie was brutal and gripping. Bruce's movie looks like a decent action flick but there might be more to it given Eli Roth is directing.

Glad you enjoyed EoC Kierwiny, hopefully I can get around to watching it soon it does sound really intriguing.


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#13424089 Sep 04, 2017 at 02:59 AM · Edited 1 month ago
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#13297341 Kierwiny wrote:

I just watched Shin Gojira. I must say this is so far the best Godzilla Movies I've seen.
The one before this is good too.
This one is made by them Japanese so I needed some Subtitles to help me for that.
There's a major difference between the two aside from the ethnicity of course.
I don't go into spoilers but there's a major difference of Godzilla screen time, Godzilla powers, Godzilla behavior, Godzilla body build and Godzilla Face.
As far as I'm concerned it's still Godzilla to me with different take in each side of making the movie. East and West I guess.



Just watched this at the weekend, and quite enjoyed it although I felt they could have trimmed it down by maybe 20 minutes. I understand they where trying to show how inefficient the government was due to red tape, bureaucracy and treaties etc but boy was it painful to watch after a while 😅

Some spoilers below

Godzilla was amazing though I think it is the most powerful version I have saw. it will be very interesting to see what kind of monsters they have face off against Godzilla in the future. Do you think the missing scientist from the beginning is Godzilla?


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#13438142 Sep 13, 2017 at 12:06 PM · Edited 1 month ago
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Saw Kong Skull Island last night and thought it was rather boring and reminded me of the WB Godzilla in plot and I looked it up and they where both written by the same person and both movies move along to the same general plot. People discover monsters are real, people die, military try to use powerful weapons to destroy Kong/Godzilla, realise other monsters pose greater threat then let Kong/Godzilla fight other monsters and ends with Kong/Godzilla walking away in happy ending.

That being said the movie did have great effects and the Skull Island natives and their part of the island was well done much like it was in Peter Jacksons movie but not nearly as grand looking in scale. The dialogue was rather generic and bland for the most part and attempts at humour where awful and cringe worthy which was very weird since I usually like John C Riley and John Goodman but nothing was funny for me. Jurassic World came to mind for me as well when thinking of the male/female leads their didn't seem to much going on with them and their interactions again seemed awkward and was difficult to watch at times.

I thought Toby Kebbell was great both as Kong and Cpt Chapman, seems he might be following on from Andy Serkis as a mo-cap genius 😋 Glad I waited to rent instead of going to the cinema it was a good looking movie but not much going on in term of writing or performance wise which was a waste of a usually very talented cast.


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#13442403 Sep 16, 2017 at 11:07 AM · Edited 1 month ago
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I've known about the movie named Snowpiercer for a while,but I've watched it for the first time tonight.It's a Korean movie,that uses many western actors.

The movie is about how the world's climate became too cold for living things to survive after scientists tried to counter global warming by altering the world's climate.The survivors live on a train,which needs to keep running to keep it's perpetual motion engine going,which powers the train,so they can have energy and heat.Anyways,the social elites have the better living conditions,and use the less-important people as slaves,and have them live in brutal conditions.So,some of the people living in the brutal conditions try a revolt,and try to fight for control of the train.

There's a lot of action and story-driven sequences,and it's a long movie. The movie is interesting and original,but it has that Korean satirical style that I've seen in other Korean movies,and I would have preferred a more serious tone at times.It was enjoyable nonetheless.



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#13448107 Sep 20, 2017 at 10:59 AM
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I saw a movie called Shot Caller last night and it was great, a movie I had not heard much about but the cast is amazing Nikolaj Coster-Waldau,Jon Bernthal,Lake Bell and Jeffrey Donovan. The movie is a slow burner but well paced and suspenseful prison/crime drama thriller, being what it is there is a fair amount of adult content but never goes over the top with language or violence.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=QQxjyRr9k2E


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#13476240 Oct 10, 2017 at 12:23 AM · Edited 13 days ago
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Just out today - Watch the new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and see it in theaters December 15, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0CbN8sfihY

What Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley say new 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' trailer might reveal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It_olylT42I

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#13486748 Oct 17, 2017 at 12:00 PM
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I watched the Assassins Creed movie recently and I thought it was pretty good. The fight scenes were very good and the story was unique. I like the way they pulled off the simulator aspect of the story.


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