recommend a movie you really liked
hardmode: don't be a contrarian
Pretty much same team from Adam's Apple. Great film
The only movie in the past decade to make me cry. ;_;
Saw this movie yesterday, and was surprised by how good it was. Pretty corny but also lots of fun.
apparently it was the inspiration for Majora's Mask
Wish they still made movies like this.
I'd agree. I mostly liked it for the clever editing.
I think it's one of those movies that affect you alot when you're still a teenager, kind of like Fight Club but if you see it as an older person its just kinda whatever.
How I Live Now. Actually the best YA movie to come out in a long time. The first half is a special snowflake girl getting btfo by some farmboys, then shit hits the fan. Made me nostalgic for my teens and then turns into a full blown grim realities of war epic. Think Threads: the teenage years
I don't know.
I watch fight club the other week after not watching it for about five years and I was impressed.
It really is a spectacular movie.
I think the reason it garners so much hate from this place is that autists somehow believe that if the general populace like a film or a bunch of teenagers like a film then it is automatically bad.
Which is insane.
The cinematography and acting and story was brilliant in Fight Club and it might be Fincher's second best film.
I DONT CARE THAT LITERALLY EVERYONE HATED IT
I DONT CARE IF IT'S OBJECTIVELLY UTTER SHIT
ITS GENUINELY MY ALLTIME FAVOURITE MOVIE
if you for whatever reason have yet to see this, do yourself a service and watch it asap.
About one of this guy's escape attempts from Macquarie Harbour Penal Station in Van Dieman's Land (now known as Tasmania) in the early 1800s.
It kind of feels like between a Tarkovsky film and, say, The Revenant, for a current comparison.
this movie was so fucking good
I only saw it last week but it left an impression. Probably some of the best (or at least most enjoyable) visual storytelling I've seen.