Underrated movies, I saw an old post like this and a awesome time travel movie came up and I can't remember it
i don't think primer was under rated, just not well known and sometimes misunderstood.
i'll post a few little known films that are great.
back to the future?
Well idk about underrated but I love a good psycho thriller/horror and Session 9 did it for me. Plus David Caruso saying "Fuck you!" was amazing.
As much as I liked this one personally, it did seem kind of basic. Pretty poor character development and felt a bit rushed.
>Back to the Future
Do you live under a rock?
I found this on a movie streaming site. Downloaded it because Henry Rollins.
Loved it. Bought it.
Only hear about it when I or some other anon posts about it.
It's like no one else has heard about it.
Coherence is a pretty damn good flick. especially since its a micro budget movie
will plug for this cause trips and there seems to be interest.
I liked it
>music gave me chills
Same. I listen to the soundtrack often. It just oozes in sadness, affection, and loss. Shit hit me mayne, no homo.
The only other movie to make me cry was the scene in "Choke" when he "broke up with his mom"
I could just feel it in my heart man. Good stuff, great writing, acting, direction. I'm a grown ass man, capable of movie tears, ya. If it's done right
Choke is an OK movie. Worth the watch imo if you like Sam Rockwell. Written by fight club author (on mobile not typing out his name) but it isn't anything like it.
if you haven't seen this check it out.
Don't know if they are underrated or not, but still good movies you guys might enjoy.
I'll check it thanks man.
This. Don't watch the trailer it's 90s af. The movie however is pretty great stylish, good acting, unique story. Well timed humor, nothing is over done really, it keeps you engaged without going over the top.
>Also the soundtrack is pretty dope. Spaghetti western shit sometimes
Also Benicio is great and it's the only thing I ever liked Ryan phipinoes in.
great movie, i still lol when they shot the kids in their hands and feets.
Such a great opening.
>shut that cunts mouth before I fuck start her head
>no one brings up sex with dead people
CAN'T YOU PEOPLE SEE THERE ARE GUNS HERE GTFO
Hmm maybe it's time for a re watch. ..
This movie is total shit. Waste of time. Those who like it have bad taste. The three moments I laughed while watching this film were not worth the agony of watching this trash.
you could have contributed to the thread by posting something but you chose to be a dunce.
pat yourself on the back kid.
Unironically one of my favorite movies. All memes aside Watanabe gives an outstanding performance and I love the idea of a broken, disillusioned man finding peace and a purpose to live. If you can look past the memes of a white samurai it really is a beautiful film filled with funny, dramatic and heartbreaking moments.
It was surprisingly good.
This movie was a pleasant surprise.
Yeah. I know about Magnolia. I'll watch when I can get around to it. I'm looking forward to Cruise doing well in this film.
This is a great Thai martial arts film.
Dead Hooker in a Trunk was another nice film by the twins.
This was an interesting movie. Need to see it again.
i would wife katharine isabelle in a second!
>hot as balls
>only does horror
>most likely mentally unstable
>most likely a maniac in the wrapper
my kinda girl.
ginger snaps was good as well.
Found this during a Canadian film binge.
A cute little Finnish film.
This film was wonderful but very psychologically draining.
Korean film on a train with Zombies. What's not to love?
i guess i cant argue with those trips
>Can't you busy tell me?
Yes. I like seeing him in non-Japanese films.
Here's a French-Japanese action-comedy-thriller. Jean Reno is so much fun in this film.
muh nigga, Session 9 blew me away when I saw it. Never heard of it, never expected it to be good but god damn it got me.
Also, Tucker and Dale VS. Evil is on netflix and an underrated comedy.
I still to this day don't understand this film, but it was engaging and visually interesting for having minimal deviation from the hotel room. I just didn't get it.
>it's on youtube
This is another one of Takashi Miike unheralded weird little films. He's better know for Ichi and Audition.
Agree with all.
My last. A very subtle but excellent film that you have to watch twice.
This reminded me of another fantasy movie I've been looking for forever. All I can remember is it was one of those mashup fantasy movies with elements from all the popular stories, and the rich family was siphoning magic away from the magic well causing the lands magic to dry up. Also there was a werewolf guy that are chickens and the moon was a lady or something. Does anyone have any idea what the hell I saw?
I replied to this one with an excellent Korean film. It's kinda like a rom-com but it's good.
Not even being an edgelord, as I do shit like cry at the end of Iron Giant.
But I fucking laughed so hard when I realized what they were gonna do with the end.
10/10 it was one of the best endings ever, I started laughing when he started loading it when realization hit me. I look over when I am laughing and I see why wife weeping like her dog got shot or something.
btw I love endings that has the hero get fucked (fallen, etc).
Should have been a real blockbuster, but it bombed at the box office.
>I started laughing when he started loading it when realization hit me. I look over when I am laughing and I see why wife weeping like her dog got shot or something.
Same happened here except I just smiled so I wouldn't ruin the moment for my wife. She would've been pissed.
If you're a fan of the film, check this out: