The Last Great Movie You've Seen - Part 1

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  1. gwynplaine

    gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    Same here, Blade Runner 2049.
     
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    Two greats in a row, Thor Ragnarok and Justice league.
     
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  4. gwynplaine

    gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    :up:
     
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    A Swedish movie called "Arn: The Knight Templar". Finally, a movie about the Crusades without all of the silly P.C. Propaganda from Hollywood.

    I thought Vincent Perez was a terrible actor (because of The Crow: City of Angels), so I was surprised when I later found out that he was the guy who played Arn's mentor.
     
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  6. DyeLorean

    DyeLorean will return

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    Midnight in Paris
     
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    Bleed for This
     
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    La Grande Illusion-some of the camerawork almost feels modern.
     
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    Good Time
     
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  12. Spider-Aziz

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    Thor: Ragnarok

    I also sat through the classic Indiana Jones trilogy -two of them are obviously great- and the newest one with Shia LaBeouf. I wish I could call all of them great, but 2 greats out of three well made movies is an achievement, and I do admire the presence of a decent fourth film when the director did not want to perform the task.
     
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    The Monster
     
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    The Shape of Water.
     
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    I saw Tim Burton's Big Eyes for the first time last night - thought it was excellent. A riveting true-life tale with outstanding performances by Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.
     
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    ZOOTOPIA
    I've seen other good movies after this one, but out of the recent batch of films I've seen I'd call this the last great one.
     
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    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
     
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    Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
     
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    Blade Runner 2049.
     
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    Bob Roberts
     
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    Great? That's a term that gets thrown around too easily these days.

    Could be anything from Jackie Brown to Empire Strikes Back. As much as I enjoyed Rogue One, Black Panther and Gaurdians 2, I wouldn't call any of them great.
     
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    Ready Player One.
    Eyegasm with incredible cinematography.
     
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    Dark Passage

    Caught this on TCM yesterday afternoon. I'm not typically one to watch old black & white classics, but this one immediately caught my attention.

    I really liked the creative way the film was presented in a first-person perspective, prior to Vincent's plastic surgery. I was also surpised by the trippy visual effects during the operation when Vincent was dreaming. For a 1947 film they're pretty good.

    If you haven't seen it, I highly reccommend it. Hope to see more from Bogart on TCM.
     
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    Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    How can I resist you?
     
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