Discussion in 'Arts and Entertainment' started by K, Oct 9, 2014.
Post up the last movie you watched and what you thought of it!
13 Assassins. It was alright, nice watch for sword slicing gore. Only thing I thought of during the movie was why I didn't watch it earlier. Other than that, I wouldn't really recommend unless you're bored.
Started watching but haven't finished Fifth Element. Perhaps later this week, or the next. Not sure how I feel about that quite yet.
Well, with Hallowe'en being so recent...and my penchant for horror flicks...
Saw it at the theatre, I jumped several times at the scarey parts, so it was good in that regard. Supposed to be based on a true story but I found that a little hard to believe. Not likely to win an Oscar but was great for scarey entertainment.
Hobbit, hated it!
What is the last movie you have watched. For me, I watched Angle and the Demons last night. Wonderful movie. I had read the book by Dan Brown before. The book was awesome too.
I'm not really much of a cinema goer to be honest but the last film I watched was 'legend' with Tom Hardy, the film about the kray twins and I have to say it's definitely worth watching.
Went with sister yesterday to see Emperor's New Groove, which was playing for a Disney movies special in a local cinema. (We're in Orlando, so Disney everything.)
Inside Out. It's one of the better animated films we have in recent memory. It's very relatable even to adults like me, and of course, enjoyable for kids, with its colorful cast of characters and unique storyline.
The last movie I watched was called Zethura. It was basically a remake of the movie Jumanji with Robin Williams. I was really into it, and it has some mind twists toward the end. It's supposed to be a family movie, but it has some improper language so that didn't make me very happy. Other than that it was pretty good.
Watching Arthur and Merlin at home
I have just recently watched kind of an old chick-flick entitled, "John Tucker Must Die." That movie is pretty hilarious. I had so much fun watching it.
I have just recently watched the chick-flick, "John Tucker Must Die." It is already sort of an old movie, but I have only been able to see it just last week. I had a lot of fun though. It was pretty hilarious.
Avengers Age of Ultron
The last movie I watched was the Academy-award winning film, The Hours. To say it was just pretty good is an understatement Nicole Kidman's role as the troubled writer Virginia Woolf haunted me, Philip Glass' original music kept me inside the story and Meryl Streep's performance is always a knockout. I loved the film so much that I downloaded Michael Cunningham's book which this film was based upon.
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