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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/2/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for accepting the friend request. You have a lot of great films on your list!

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jayrmoore

jayrmoore on 6/11/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks! We have some good ones in common!

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/15/2015 Reply  · 

What are your thoughts on Warrior and Whiplash? Both are pretty great films in my opinion.

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jayrmoore

jayrmoore on 6/27/2015 Reply  · 

I just watched Warrior last week twice. I loved it, gave it a 9/10 on IMDB and it's in my top 50 on here already. It's awesome. And than Whiplash was amazing too, I loved it.

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Nononsense

Nononsense on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Good top 10 man. It seems you really love a good high-octane action flick.

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jayrmoore

jayrmoore on 6/27/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks man, yeah I'm a sucker for good action and good horror. And by good horror I mean it's probably really cheesy lol.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/12/2015 Reply  · 

What did you think of Bullitt? Any thoughts on Steve McQueen in general?

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jayrmoore

jayrmoore on 8/19/2015 Reply  · 

I loved Bullitt. Wish I had seen it earlier. I now see some influence in movies like the Lethal Weapons which is cool. It's fun to see older movies and see how some of your favorites have used that movie as a building block. I was blown away my Prisoners when I saw it the other night. Such a good movie. Have you seen that?

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jayrmoore

jayrmoore on 8/19/2015 Reply  · 

As for Steve MsQeen, I think the Great Escape is the only other movie I've seen him in which Is an amazing movie. Do you have any recommendations?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/28/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, I know what you mean. I think its really cool watching films that have influences on later films as well.

I think the only two McQueen films I've seen are Bullitt and The Great Escape as well but I loved both. I like his screen presence though maybe I'll have to check out some more of his work someday.

Yes I have. Prisoners is incredible! Everything about that film is done to perfection. It's so gripping and intense! I've seen it numerous times but it never fails to thrill me everytime. Another film of Denis Villeneuve's that I love is Enemy. Have you seen that one? Very bizarre...but still fantastic with an excellent dual performance by Jake Gyllenhaal. I'm looking forward to seeing his new film Sicario as well. Have you heard of that one?

Also, sorry to bother but if you don't mind could you post your comments on my page? It just makes it easier for me to see comments quicker is all :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/31/2015 Reply  · 

What are the other films you looking forward to seeing this year? There sure are a lot of good ones coming up. I'm pretty excited.

I thought The Gift was a pretty solid film, I was impressed. The trailers looked very bland and generic to me but the film was a lot better than I was expecting. I really like Joel Edgerton's work and I thought he did a great job in this film once again. Not too shabby for his first time directing too. I thought it was pretty suspenseful it had me on the edge of my seat a few times. What did you think of the film?

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Wade92 on 9/11/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, Spotlight seems interesting. It has a very good cast so I'm curious to see it. Black Mass looks awesome. Another film with a really good cast and it looks like it could be a comeback of sorts for Johnny Depp.

I really like Tom Hardy as well. Legend seems really cool. I can't wait to check it out. I never got around to seeing The Drop but maybe I'll give it a watch sometime.

That sounds really cool! Have you ever been to any film festivals before?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 9/17/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet, I'll definitely have to watch The Drop sometime. I've seen Locke as well. Really fascinating film! I love how the film just starts and you really have no idea what's going on or where he's going. That was great storytelling how the phone calls slowly gave you more clues to what was going on.

Yeah, A Time to Kill was excellent! I had never heard of it before, I just came across it randomly and saw it was going to be on tv one night. I liked a lot of the cast so I gave it a watch and I'm sure glad I did! Very investing film. I'm for sure picking that up on Blu-ray at some point. Have you seen any other films based on John Grisham books?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 10/6/2015 Reply  · 

Cool, I'll have to check those out sometime.

Hey man, how is The Martian? Have you read the book? I haven't read the book but I plan on seeing the film in the next couple weeks.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 10/13/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet, I can't wait to check it out when I get the chance.

I see you recently saw The Intern, what did you think? I just saw it a couple weeks ago as well.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 10/17/2015 Reply  · 

I agree the chemistry between De Niro and Hathaway was fantastic. I wasn't sure how well they would play off each other but I was impressed. I can see what you're saying about the ending. It was typical and convenient but I didn't mind it.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 11/25/2015 Reply  · 

How was The Night Before? I definitely want to check that one out soon.

What are some of your favorite Christmas movies?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 1/31/2016 Reply  · 

Yeah man, I did see the The Night Before. I really enjoyed it as well. I was actually surprised how funny it was. Michael Shannon as Mr. Green was my favorite. He was hilarious!

I saw Inside Out not too long ago as well. Man, what great film. Definitely the best Pixar film since Toy Story 3 in my opinion. I agree, the story was very strong. You could just feel the creativity flowing through the film. I thought it was very original how they visually represented how how the mind works and how memories are stored.

I never did see Frozen but I sure hear the songs everywhere haha

My favorite Disney films (not including Pixar) would be:

1. The Lion King
2. 101 Dalmations
3. Aladdin
4. Beauty and the Beast
5. Mulan

Pixar films would be:

1. Toy Story
2. The Incredibles
3. Toy Story 3
4. Inside Out
5. A Bug's Life

What did you think of The Imitation Game?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 2/24/2016 Reply  · 

How was the The Witch? I've heard it's a pretty legitimate scary film.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/5/2016 Reply  · 

I've heard that film is a tad slow for pacing. I might check it out someday but I don't really see myself going out to the theater for this one.

Sweet, you made quite a haul there! I haven't seen Legend or Room yet. How are they? Are they worth checking out? The others films you mentioned are all fantastic :)

Yeah man, Triple 9 was disappointing for me as well. I was looking forward to it from the trailers but it ended up being quite a bland and generic film in my opinion. It felt like the cast was just going through the motions for the most part and it didn't feel very cohesive. Casey Affleck was definitely the highlight of the film for me. It's shame since I really liked Lawless by the same director but this one just didn't quite deliver.

What did you think of Take Shelter? Michael Shannon is such an underrated actor and I think that's among his best films. Love that eerie music in the film too. Any interpretations on the ending?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/1/2016 Reply  · 

I feel the same way about the ending. I was really happy it wrapped up that way. I really wanted the character to be right no matter how much people doubted him. I really like Jessica Chastain as well. I hope good work keeps coming her way.

Any thoughts on Sicario? That was one of my favorite films of 2015.

How about Batman v Superman? Looks like you quite enjoyed it. Glad to find someone who really enjoyed it as well among all the negativity the film is getting.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/5/2016 Reply  · 

Awesome! I just can't get enough of Sicario. I love the cast, the acting and man that cinematography is stunning! Roger Deakins never fails to impress when he is behind the camera. I heard a rumor that Sicario is getting a sequel with all three core cast members returning. Not quite sure how I feel about that yet but if everyone is coming back I'd definitely pay to see it.

Right on, Emily Blunt is fantastic! I've loved her in everything I've seen her in thus far. She was on point in Sicario and was a lot of fun to watch. Her performance felt very real. I'm actually quite interested in the new Huntsman film as well. I thought the first one was just alright but seeing both Blunt and Chastain involved in this one really sold me.

I was pretty much the same way about Batman v Superman. The first time I liked it but I still had very mixed feelings about it. The film felt crammed and rushed but with a second viewing I thought the film flowed very well knowing exactly where the story was going. I absolutely loved the film the second time from the first frame to the last. Like most people, Batman was the highlight for me. I can't wait to see Affleck back at it again in future installments. Cavill gave another underrated performance as well. I really like him in the role of Superman but I feel kind of bad he has to take a backseat in his franchise to the Justice League haha What was your favorite scene in the film?

The Interview, hmm...believe it or not I actually didn't mind it. It wasn't perfect or in any way the funniest film I had ever scene but I still enjoyed checking it out. I do think it was a film where the controversy and attention it got far exceed the quality of the film haha In all honesty I liked The Interview more than This Is the End. Now don't get me wrong, I was digging This Is The End for most of the way but I thought the film really fell off the rails towards the end. Once the "Exorcism of Jonah Hill" kicked in it kind of fell apart for me. Overall, a strong film but I didn't care for that third act. What do you think of Seth Rogen films in general?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/16/2016 Reply  · 

I really enjoyed the dream sequences but I can see how a lot of people don't have have such warm feelings towards them. To be fair, I am fairly well versed in the comic books having read them since I was about 10 years old so I understand more of the hints and references than an average moviegoer would. I really like how it feels very disorienting right now. You're not sure what it truly represents but that's what keeps you thinking and theorizing.

Wonder Woman's big introduction was an awesome moment. I can't wait to see more of Gal Gadot in the role. My favorite scene might be Batman's big assault on all those guys that are holding Martha hostage. I also really like that scene between Batman and Lex at the very end in the cell. Not many people seem to talk about that one as much.

I'm not sure if I would consider Seth Rogen a great actor but I really like watching him in movies haha. Steve Jobs and The Night Before would probably be my two favorites one the ones he's been involved in. Technically Donnie Darko would be my favorite but he has a pretty small role in that one.

That's really cool that you're getting into some of those classics! There's been a few films like that where I didn't fully appreciate them until I was older. Was there a particular episode of Star Wars when you realized you were really getting into it or was it pretty much from the start?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/24/2016 Reply  · 

Haha yes, I did check out San Andreas. It wasn't spectacular but it was just a fun one to kick back and watch. Dwayne Johnson is always badass and entertaining so that helped drive the film for me. It never really appealed to me in theaters but I have a coworker that has been lending me some movies to watch and this was one of them. Not sure I'd really watch it again but I'm glad she had me check it out.

That would be so cool to see those original cuts of Star Wars again. I haven't seen those since I was a really young kid. Some of the changes I actually don't mind but a vast majority of them it's like, "George, what were you thinking?". Most of the changes seem to detract from the film rather than enhance it.

I don't mind the prequels but I can perfectly see the flaws in them. I think George should have handled them a lot differently. For structure itself it's kind of a mess. I wish Episode I would have started with Anakin as a young man being trained by Obi-Wan then have Episode II end with the cliffhanger of Anakin falling to the dark side. Episode III could be the rise of Vader and the ultimate confrontation between Anakin and Obi-Wan that results in Anakin becoming "more machine than man".

Have you heard the theory that George initially envisioned Jar Jar as the secret villain of the prequels but reworked his whole plan after the backlash? There's some pretty interesting videos on youtube arguing the point.

Sorry to keep asking Star Wars questions haha but have you ever heard of Machete Order? It's pretty much the only way I watch the films now. You watch them 4, 5 , 2, 3, 6, 7 and Episode 1 is treated like it's own side film like Rogue One will be. I like narrative flow of this order since A New Hope is the best introduction of the Star Wars universe and this order maintains all the twists. I also like how Empire ends with the cliffhanger and then Episodes 2 and 3 serve as a flashback showing how Anakin fell to the dark side and how he is indeed Luke's father. This order also makes Return of the Jedi a much more compelling film in that it becomes just as much Vader's story as it is Luke's. I don't know....I just think it's really cool haha

I loved the trailer for Rogue One and I can't wait to check it out this winter. When they first announced it I was kind of interested but the trailer really sold me on how cool it could be.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 5/13/2016 Reply  · 

I've heard that rumor about Vader as well. That could be really cool! Have they officially confirmed that Vader will be in it? I'm not sure if they have. It would be really cool if they kept it entirely under wraps and the audience doesn't even know until he's on screen.

I did go see Civil War this week. I'm usually underwhelmed by the MCU but I thought this one was definitely their best film right there with the original Iron Man. I expected to hate Spider-Man (even though I like the actor) but he was by far my favorite part of the film. Spider-Man: Homecoming will actually be the first MCU film that I'm looking forward to. And I'm not an all out hater of the MCU, they make some solid movies but overall I think they could be doing a lot more with the characters and the talent they have playing them.

It looks like you really enjoyed the film, what are your thoughts? What was your favorite scene?

And how about Zodiac?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/5/2016 Reply  · 

I absolutely love Zodiac. I actually watched it again not too long ago. The characters and the story are so investing that the film flies by just like you said.

I completely agree with you, I'm getting really tired of their being no stakes in these films. I want something impactful to happen so bad but it never seems to happen. I was someone that likes Batman v Superman better than Civil War and like you said that film took some serious risks. It was a divisive film but I loved it from start to finish and big part of that is that I can get on board with the characters and be invested in the story that they are telling with just enough ambiguous moments to make you want to examine closer. MCU paints everything out too clear and they are afraid to do anything to make a character interesting. Civil War was definitely a fun time at the theaters but it is far from perfect.

The Nice Guys was fantastic! Definitely one of my favorites of the year so far. I loved Shane Black's "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang" and this one was pretty similar in tone. Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe are among some of my favorite actors and they blended together perfectly. Without a doubt a first day Blu-ray pick up for me.

Yeah, Begin Again was surprisingly good. I wasn't expecting a whole lot but yet was very surprised. I watched it since I like both Ruffalo and Knightly and they both were really good. Definitely a film I would sit down and watch again sometime.

What did you think of X-Men Apocalypse? How did it compare to the previous X-Men films for you?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/16/2016 Reply  · 

Really sorry about the late reply, things have been crazy at work with me putting in a lot of hours. I haven't had much spare time for flickchart unfortunately but now I'm back!

I'm not really a horror fan. It's not that I'm scared of them they just don't interest me much overall and they don't have as much re-watch value which is very important to me. However, there are some horror films I really like. Hitchcock's Psycho and Kubrick's The Shining are my two favorites. I can't get enough of those two. I did like the first Conjuring quite a bit, definitely one of the best modern horror films in my opinion. The second one was good as well but I didn't think it reached the heights of the original and felt a little bit too much like a movie at times.

I saw The Neon Demon recently which was fantastic as well. Jaws and Carrie (the original) are few others I really like as well.

One random horror film I've always liked is The Strangers haha Just the idea of people trying to get in your house and playing mind games is creepy haha

I'm kind of a tough sell on modern comedies as well. I love older comedy films that have really clever humor but new films rely too much on shock value and weed jokes like you said. I'm having a tough time thinking of a comedy sequel that was even close to as good as the original.

Yeah, I did enjoy the new X-Men film quite a bit. But same as you I don't think it quite hit the overall quality of First Class and Days of Future Past. The villains were a very weak point for me which was disappointing because I really like Oscar Issac's work. I just felt it was a letdown in that aspect. I really like the new mutants like Scott Summers, Jean Grey, Storm and Kurt Wagner. I prefer them to the original actors even! I liked it a lot but I was a little surprised with how many negative reviews it got.

I'm looking forward to the next one that should be set in the 90s! But quick question. How is this timeline supposed to work age wise? The original X-Men film was set in 2000 and is that way year it is in the movie as well? As these films are jumping one decade at a time the next film after the 90s one should be original film based on the current track. But the ages of all the cast is all out of whack with that timeline so is the original X-Men film really set further in the future?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/23/2016 Reply  · 

Exactly, the role felt a little to interchangable with no unique stamp on it. I don't know if that comes down to the writing or what.

I checked out Mike and Dave a little over a week ago and yeah that was a fun time. I don't know why but the line that made me laugh the most was when they are jumping the 4 wheelers and Aubrey Plaza's character says "it would turn me on if you do it" and Eric yells, "it would turn me on if you didn't" haha I don't know just got me laughing since it was a little unexpected.

The Jump Street films, especially the first one, are hilarious. Man, I wish more modern comedies were like those!

What did you think of the two modern Star Trek films? I'm assuming you're gearing up to see Star Trek Beyond?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/26/2016 Reply  · 

I've never been a huge Trekkie. There was a time when I watched The Next Generation for a while when I was fairly young but not for too long. I've seen some of the early films but I must say I much prefer these rebooted films. No where near as good as Star Wars in my opinion but still a fun ride haha

That's cool that you liked Into Darkness more. I feel the same way even though most fans tend to diss that second one for some reason. Maybe it's because I'm not a huge Trek fan or anything but I think that it's a much better film. I want to re-watch both before I go see Beyond.

I haven't seen the feature film of Lights Out yet but the short that inspired it was kind of creepy. Definitely an interesting concept. The full length film intrigues me so I might have to check it out.

How are the Planet of the Apes films? I've only the seen the original, Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/2/2016 Reply  · 

Nothing wrong with buying a lot of movies. Don't feel bad, I figure that I bought 35 films in the past couple weeks haha I usually don't get that much in such a short time span but I came across a lot of great deals, which I usually search for. If that's what makes you happy and you can afford it no problem with that at all.

Those are some great films! I like 2001, Chinatown, Streetcar and Apocalypse Now especially. A couple of those I haven't seen yet.

I really need to get over to the theater and see Jason Bourne too. I'm currently re-watching the original trilogy to brush up on that world. That's disappointing that it's not as strong as the first three but it doesn't surprise me either.

How was Play Misty For Me? I'm a huge Eastwood fan but I still need to check that one out.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/4/2016 Reply  · 

Sweet, I'll have to check out that Eastwood film sometime.

2001 is definitely an abstract film. I didn't quite know what to make of it the first time I saw it haha Kubrick really let his imagination run wild on that one. The special effects are still pretty incredible for how long ago it was made.

How is Trainspotting? I've thought about watching it before but I was wondering if it's worth the time or not.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/8/2016 Reply  · 

Interesting, I might have to check it out at some point if it's on Netfilx.

What did you think of The Professional? Not sure when exactly but I would like to see that one soon, I believe that's on Netflix as well..

Haha yeah, I had not yet seen Training Day. I finally checked it out because David Ayer wrote it and I really like his films End of Watch and Fury and was gearing up to see Suicide Squad. I really liked both lead actors and they played well off each other. I think my favorite part was when Denzel ditches Ethan Hawke at that house. Great amount of tension in that scene! I definitely thought this was Ethan Hawke's best performance alongside Boyhood.

I really liked Suicide Squad. I don't get the near universal hate it seems to be getting. People like to complain way too much. It's not a perfect film but come on people.

I'm really digging these new DC films of Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad. All three were great adaptations of the comics even though I'm very much in the minority on that subject. I myself think they are far better than anything Marvel Studios has done but that gets me in a lot of trouble whenever I say that haha I just like the darker themes and how they are much truer to the source material, more so than most people realize.

I didn't know what to make of that post-credit scene. I didn't feel like it was exactly necessary but oh well. It was cool to see that Amanda Waller and Bruce Wayne are both hip to each other's game. I really hope Amanda Waller continues to have an impact on future films.

I don't mind that they are launching into Justice League not too far out of the gate. I feel it makes the universe feel more cohesive. I wasn't a huge fan of how Marvel Studios handled it. All the stand alone films feel like they are spinning their tires so much when everyone is just waiting for Avengers. Yes, it does make you familiar with the characters but at this point we have way too many origin films. DC seems to be cutting to the chase more which I really like. Just like the comic books, they started right in with Justice League with all the characters established and their solo adventures spiraled from there. DC just feels way more natural and world feels much more lived in. That's just me haha

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Wade92

Wade92 on 9/3/2016 Reply  · 

Sweet, I'll for sure check that one out at some point. Not many actors have as much range as Gary Oldman. It seems like you can never know what to expect when you see his name featured in a film's opening credits haha He has such a diverse filmography and nails it everytime.

What did you think of Boyhood? Do you think it was an effective film or a gimmick?

Nope, haven't seen Sausage Party but I have yet to hear a positive thing about it from people haha I might stay away from that one

I felt the same way when I saw Misery! Just a film that didn't really interest me for whatever reason but I didn't know a whole lot about it. Just knew Kathy Bates played a crazy lady and there was an infamous ankle breaking scene. Finally sat down and watched it and I loved every minute of it. Haha I would probably say the same that Godfather and Misery are my favorite roles of Caan's as well.

What are your favorite Stephen King adaptations and do you have any favorite Rob Reiner films?

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JC13

JC13 on 9/24/2016 Reply  · 

Letterboxd isn't just for lists, you can log the films you watch, so you can go back and look at when you watched a certain movie. You can also write reviews and rate movies. It's also fun to see what other people are watching.

Yeah I'm having a big Horror marathon. I thought Friday 9 and 10 sucked Ha Ha. I didn't like the plot of 9 and Jason X was just really bad, but I had a good laugh watching it.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 9/25/2016 Reply  · 

Cool, here's how I would rank the Stephen King films I've seen so far:

1. The Shawshank Redemption 2. The Shining 3. The Green Mile 4.Misery 5. Carrie 6.1408 7. Stand By Me 8. Cujo

As for Rob Reiner: 1. A Few Good Men 2. When Harry Met Sally 3. The Princess Bride 4. Misery 5. Stand By Me 6. This is Spinal Tap I love A Few Good Men as well. I love courtroom dramas and this is among the best.

I wouldn't put James Cameron among my top favorite directors but man he makes some great films! The first two Terminator films are badass (and I see you really enjoy them as well!) Titanic is one of my favorites of his, I know it was a change of form for him and while the love story is a bit rocky at times I love the deep emotion that film has. True Lies is one of my favorites of his as well. I love when Schwarzenegger throws comedy into the mix. That film NEEDS to be released on blu ray in a hurry! The only film of his that I've seen that I didn't care for was Avatar, otherwise I really like his work. What do you think of him?

Dang, you've been checking out some great films! Mind if I get some of your thoughts on Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Don't Breathe, Death Proof, The Conversation and Citizen Kane? You don't have to answer all if you don't want to haha

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Wade92 on 9/29/2016 Reply  · 

Movie Fights are awesome! I'd love to be on that show sometime and debate films. Yeah your friend has you beat on that one. Cameron has great films but Spielberg has so many films that are great. Valid arguments for both sides though, I feel like Cameron dives a lot deeper in his films in terms of emotion and themes. Spielberg has many excellent films but his style tends to feel generic and he can play it too safe from time to time.

That's cool that you have a good friend that really likes movies same as you. None of my friends are into movies much. I mean they like watching movies but they're not as into it as I am where we can have discussions at length about a wide variety of films and directors.

Yeah, Kiss Kiss and The Guys had such awesome scripts. I love the humor they have.

Thanks for you thoughts on those films! I pretty much agree with everything you said haha

Since you mentioned classic films, what are some of your favorites?

I just saw The Magnificent Seven last night. It wasn't really a film I was looking forward to but I was impressed. It's a story that has been told time and time again and while I didn't think this one brought anything new to the table, it was still an entertaining watch. I liked it a lot more than the original but not quite as much as the true original, Seven Samurai. I'm not a huge Pratt fan but he did alright I thought, or at least better than I was expecting. I'm sure it's exciting for him but sometimes it shows on his face in films that he's having a little too much fun acting if you know what I mean. Moneyball is still my favorite performance of his haha

Tombstone and Unforgiven are both pretty badass! My favorite westerns would be The Good, The Bad & The Ugly as well as the 2007 version of 3:10 to Yuma.

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PiccoloKing

PiccoloKing on 10/5/2016 Reply  · 

And I love your top 10 as well Jay.

Definitely give Dark City another watch. Spellbinding cinema.

As for Edge of Tomorrow, I loved the film, just like I've loved most of Cruise's action films in recent years. He and Emily had so much chemistry in this one, and I loved how it tackled themes of eternal recurrence. Made me want to read 'All You Need Is Kill'. I wouldn't put it in the same bracket as Minority Report, which to me is one of the all-time great sci-fi films, but it's still terrific.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 10/28/2016 Reply  · 

That is a very impressive collection! I'm a little jealous haha I still need to see a lot of those old classic horror films. I've seen the first two Frankenstein films and really enjoyed them, especially the first one.

Gotta love those classics! I've been watching a lot of older films as well as my recently added shows. Films were just so well crafted back in those days. I love a good story and that's what they had to work with back then. They didn't have all the technology we have now to rely on, just good characters and good storytelling.

What do you think of Hitchcock's work? Personally, I love his films.

What did you think of A Beautiful Mind? Did you know the twist going in?

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Wade92 on 11/4/2016 Reply  · 

Jack Reacher 2 wasn't bad but it wasn't great either. I really liked the first Jack Reacher and I appreciated how it did things differently but Jack Reacher 2 felt very formulaic. Cobie Smulders was really cool but to honest it didn't even feel like a real sequel to what was established in the first film. Not trying to knock the film too bad because it was by no means terrible, just kind of a predictable film.

Nice, my favorite Hitchcock films are Dial M for Murder, Rear Window and Psycho. Man, Hitchcock could direct a film. Definitely one of my favorites.

I agree, Jimmy Stewart is amazing. Easily one of my favorite actors. What do you think are his best films?

Cool, I love A Beautiful Mind. I first saw it back in my high school Psychology class and it absolutely blew me away. I had never seen a film like it before and James Horner's haunting score is breathtaking.

I really like Looper, a really cool concept and I thought it was all well acted. That was the film that made me really take notice of Emily Blunt. She's just a very naturally beautiful and talented actress. Sicario would by my favorite film of hers. Chastain is a great actress as well!

What did you think of Doctor Strange? I'm not a huge fan of the MCU but I've liked Cumberbatch in everything I've seen him in thus far.

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Wade92 on 11/16/2016 Reply  · 

Yeah, I loved Hacksaw Ridge! Definitely among the better war films that I've seen, might even crack my top ten for war films. Really strong performances all around and just a really raw film. It's getting a lot of flack for it's violence, and there is no denying that the film is brutal, but that's the whole point. War isn't pretty to look at and it shouldn't be and I thought they nailed it.

Wow, three time! I wasn't really a fan of the film to be honest. Just felt like all of the other MCU films which isn't a positive for me. Once again, I liked the cast and source material, the movie just didn't have enough substance for my liking. I have to admit it did have some cool moments though, it was just was too reminiscent of Batman Begins and Inception I thought.

How was Manchester By the Sea? I'm interested in seeing that one as well. How did you get to a pre-screening?

Awesome, my favorite Stewart films are Anatomy of a Murder, Rear Window, The Spirit of St. Louis, It's a Wonderful Life & Mr. Smith goes to Washington. I still need to see Harvey and a few others!

That's pretty cool! I hope you like Dial M for Murder. Very dialogue heavy but yet the film moves along at a rapid pace. Hitchcock can create unbelievable tension in his films.

Any films you're looking forward to seeing for the short time left in 2016?

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Wade92 on 12/8/2016 Reply  · 

Awesome, I hope I get the chance to check that one out.

I know what you mean about watching films on tv. It's just a whole different experience when those commercials keep interrupting.

Nice, Rogue One is one I'm looking forward to as well. I'm not nearly as excited as I was for Force Awakens but I'm still looking forward to it. La La Land is probably the big one I'm excited for as well as Man Down and The Founder but I'll have to see if those come to my local theater.

Glad you liked Dial M for Murder! I love watching classic films, the stories were really well crafted back then.

What did you think of Hacksaw Ridge? Do you like war films in general?

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Wade92 on 12/22/2016 Reply  · 

Saving Private Ryan is one of my favorite war films as well. I also really like Fury, Inglourious Basterds, Jarhead and Heartbreak Ridge (not to be confused with Hacksaw Ridge haha).

I did really enjoy Hacksaw Ridge as well. It had good performances and I like how brutal the film was. War isn't supposed to be pretty to look at and they didn't dress it up at all.

Sweet, I'm looking forward to checking out Rogue One soon. Probably shortly after Christmas. How does it compare to the other Star Wars films for you?

Yeah, just saw it for the first time and man I was missing out all this time haha I had seen the first two about a year ago and I just watched all four not that long ago. I even bought the blu ray set afterwards I liked them so much! I agree they mesh very well together. It didn't feel like they were doing it just for the sake of having a sequel but the stories were always a natural progression for the characters. And that froggy story at the end of 4, I don't know why but it really got to me haha

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Wade92 on 1/15/2017 Reply  · 

I had a good Christmas though a bit rushed. We've been fighting some nasty blizzards in my part of the country so we had to get home early to make sure we didn't get stranded but it was still a lot of fun. New Years was awesome as well and hung out with some really good friends. How about you?

Fences was awesome! It's a very serious, heavy drama but man it was so well executed. It was pretty unexpected and it's definitely in my top ten for 2016.

I loved Nocturnal Animals as well! Such a dark and twisted film, loved it from start to finish. Well maybe not the start, that opening sequence was out there haha I was expecting something at the end as well! Oh well, still loved it. I'm really glad Aaron Taylor-Johnson won a Golden Globe. He was brilliant.

Never got around to seeing Passengers unfortunately. I was thinking about seeing it since I was digging the premise but never got a chance.

I enjoyed Allied. I would recommend it if you're thinking about checking it out, it had a really interesting story and kept me guessing.

Arrival was pretty cool. I'm a huge fan of the director's other films (Prisoners, Enemy & Sicario) and while this was my least favorite of his films that I've seen, it was still a damn interesting film. I'd watch again without hesitation.

I have seen both trailers! Hmm...I would have to guess that you're more excited for Alien? Alien: Covenant looks pretty interesting. I'm looking forward to checking it out. The Fate of the Fast and Furious...I don't know. I don't know how much more those films can try to up the ante. They have just about any vehicle possible in those films. And they are going to run out of title choices at some point haha!

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Wade92 on 1/15/2017 Reply  · 

What did you think of La La Land? I've seen it twice already!

I really need to check out Patriots Day as well

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Wade92 on 2/3/2017 Reply  · 

I'm in the Minnesota/North Dakota area. I say that because I'm right on the border so I jump back and forth all the time haha It's crazy mild here now though. Almost too mild, a large portion of the snow has melted. I like to have snow until around March or early April.

I really need to sit down and watch the Alien films again. It's probably been about 4 years since I last saw them so I'm about due. I've always liked the first one just a little more. Aliens is equally awesome but there was just something about that first film's atmosphere. It had kind of a horror vibe going for it.

Neat, I haven't see Lion yet. I'm sure I'll check it out when I get the chance though! Split was pretty cool. The twist had already been spoiled for me going in but it was still a great time. I'm curious to see where Shyamalan will take the story next, apparently he's already cooking up some ideas.

That's a really interesting question. It would be pretty awesome if Power Rangers was just badass and took everyone by complete surprise. I want it to be good as well since I watched the show for a while growing up but the trailers haven't won me over quite yet.

The one I'm most excited about is Star Wars but that probably already has a good chance of being the best film of the year. I'm pretty excited for Dunkirk as well since Nolan is one of my favorite directors but I think I'll have to go Justice League as well. Like you said, they definitely need a a home run with the blows they've been taking. Hopefully it proves all of their naysayers wrong.

What are the films you are most excited to see this year?

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Wade92 on 2/24/2017 Reply  · 

I can't seem to get enough of La La Land. Everything about it is just awesome haha and I just can't get "City of Stars" and "Start a Fire" out of my head.

Sweet! My most anticipated are: The Last Jedi, Dunkirk, Justice League, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Blade Runner 2049, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Wonder Woman, Beauty and the Beast, John Wick Chapter 2 and Logan.

Transformers were films I could never get in to. I've only seen the first three but I wasn't crazy about any of them.

The new Pirates I'm very hesitant about. I liked the three films directed by Gore Verbinski but I thought the fourth installment was only so so. I've haven't been really impressed with what I've seen so far with this new one either.

Looks like you are really digging John Wick Chapter 2, was that film badass or what? That was such a fun film to watch in theaters.

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Wade92 on 3/10/2017 Reply  · 

Same! I really enjoyed both Logan and John Wick Chapter 2 as well. Kinda tough to say which one I like more but I see Logan as the film I'll probably re-watch more.

Interesting, I liked Moonlight quite a bit. Not sure if it deserved Best Picture over some of the others but it was still really good. I bought the film as well and I can see re-watching it every once and a while. I agree, Ali should have been in it way more! I really liked his character but when I realized he wasn't going to be in it anymore I was like, "he won for that? That was barely anything".

Manchester by the Sea was very good as well but I think I liked Moonlight just a bit more. I just love films that follow characters over a long span of time.

Awesome! Do you buy your tickets in advance often?

Have you seen many of the Kong films?

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Wade92 on 4/7/2017 Reply  · 

Hey no worries at all, my friend! Looks like I've got a bit of a delay here myself haha

That's awesome! Glad you're digging Power Rangers. That would be cool if they keep going. Always sucks when sequel potential gets cut short. The Lone Ranger and The Amazing Spider-Man jump to mind for me.

I haven't seen much trailers for Life but I've been hearing word about the semi-poor marketing. I really think modern day trailers need some work. Especially for big budget films. It's like people are going to see it so why show so much?

I wasn't much of a fan of Godzilla either. The disappointment in that film has been the main reason why I haven't seen Kong.

I haven't seen a whole lot of the DC Animated films, just a couple here and there. I have really been wanting to check some out though. I've been noticing they have some on Netflix. Any particular installments you would recommend?

What did you think of the Justice League trailer? Does it make you more exited, less excited or the same for the film?

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Wade92 on 4/18/2017 Reply  · 

Yes, indeed. Marketing for films has gotten waaay out of of hand! I'm so tired of the teasers for teasers of teasers.

Awesome, I'll have to check out some of those animated films at some point. They've peaked my interest for sure.

For sure, that sucks that he stepped down as director but at least he's staying in the role, for now at least. I respect him for not trying to force it if he doesn't think he could at least match what Burton and Nolan accomplished but it would have still been awesome to see him direct a Batman film.

How was Fate of the Furious? They have quite a word play going with those titles haha

I have seen the trailer it looks fantastic! Can't wait to see it

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Wade92 on 5/1/2017 Reply  · 

I think it's a little bit of both in terms of the Fast and Furious films. I know people that go for the big action and I also know people that are invested with the character storylines. I'm only a very casual viewer of these films. I've seen only a couple in full and most in bits and pieces. For me personally, it's more about character but that's what I'm like for most all films. I really should sit down and watch this series from front to back at some point.

Cool! I'm particularly interested in Gifted. I might check that one out in the next couple weeks. Mainly because I like the director. I've really liked all three of his feature films and he did some cool music video work back in the day, especially with Green Day.

Looking forward to checking it out, the only work of Chris Evans that I've enjoyed is Captain America, otherwise there's not too much to write home about from my experience. I haven't seen the two that you mentioned though!

What did you think of The Crazies? I saw that one a couple years ago and enjoyed it quite a bit. Have you seen the remake? Looks like you're on a bit of a horror kick lately! How have you been enjoying them?

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Wade92 on 5/17/2017 Reply  · 

I was interested in The Visit but never ended up seeing it. Maybe someday though especially with all the good things I hear about it. I'm glad M. Night is back to form. He's a guy that's very passionate about what he does so it's great to see people digging his work once again.

Sweet, I really enjoy the remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well! Scared the crap out of me when it first came out but now it's just a fun one to watch haha I watched it at a sleepover when I was around 12 years old and it scarred me for some time. I still associate the song, Song to the Siren with that movie from the trailer. Just really haunting haha

I saw Gifted the other week and I thought it was pretty good. Didn't like it as much as Marc Webb's other films but still enjoyed myself. Evans was awesome as you said!

I did see Guardians as well and I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't have very high hopes for it but I actually thought it was better than the original by miles. I was a lot more connected with what was going on, probably because this was more story driven. What did you think?

Yes, indeed! FINALLY checked out Die Hard 3 haha

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Wade92 on 6/12/2017 Reply  · 

I'm hoping Thor will be decent. They've always been among my least favorite films of the MCU so I hope this one is a little better. I think I'll enjoy Spider-Man quite a bit, or at least I hope. Still crazy disappointed we won't get an Amazing Spider-Man 3 but I'm trying to embrace the new iteration.

That's awesome! What did you like most about Wonder Woman?

I did see A Cure for Wellness in theaters earlier in the year. I really enjoyed it. I like DeHaan as an actor and I thought he was great and I've always seen Gore Verbinski as an underrated director. Pretty twisted film but it was awesome haha

What did you think of the Mummy? Still trying to decide if I want to see that one

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Wade92 on 6/21/2017 Reply  · 

Not a fan of It Comes at Night huh? It seems to be a highly polarizing film. I had no plans to see but I was having a really bad day so I went to a late night movie to my mind off things. I had no idea what the film was about only that it had Joel Edgerton in it. I didn't mind it but I can totally see why people don't like it. I watched the trailers afterwards and it's crazy misleading. I do wish the film gave at least some answers but I thought the cast did a good job with the material.

I really like Tom Cruise as well but I'm not sure if I can force myself to see that one. Might have sit this one out and save the money.

Totally, I'm getting really tired of the shared universes getting pushed on us and how they market them. Everything has to have some sort of brand recognition now.

Glad you like Wonder Woman! I had a pretty good time with it as well. I'll probably see it one more time before it leaves theaters. Do you think it's hope of the DCEU in terms of audience reception?

I'll have to look into Megan Leavey, not real familiar with that one, I've only seen the poster. Trying to think of the last film that made me cry, it might be the new Beauty and the Beast the second time I saw it. Strange how I was fine the first time but the second got to me haha

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Wade92 on 6/30/2017 Reply  · 

Baywatch was...interesting. I liked the cast but the movie itself was very generic. Trying too hard to be the next Jump Street or something. I'm not sure I really even laughed now that I think about it.

Indeed, I think Justice League needs to be a home run to really win people over. Seems like I hear a lot of people are digging Wonder Woman because it's the exact opposite of the other films so they definitely have their work cut out for them at DC.

I hear ya on that one! Too many good potential franchises getting the boot while crappy ones keep making money.

I really need to see Baby Driver as well! Hopefully the hype is real haha

What did you think of Clerks? Have you seen many Kevin Smith films?

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Wade92 on 7/13/2017 Reply  · 

The Big Sick has definitely interested me! I like Ray Romano and Holly Hunter so I'll probably check it out. I think it starts screening at my theater this weekend. What are some of your favorite films of the year so far?

Yeah, Clerks is pretty awesome. Chemistry is definitely what makes the film for me as well. The only other film of Kevin Smith's that I've seen is Chasing Amy. Some love it, some hate it but I really enjoy it.

I cannot wait to see the new Spider-Man! I love Keaton so I'm looking forward to seeing him in another comic book film.

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PiccoloKing on 8/8/2017 Reply  · 

Hello Jay. Wanted to ask your opinion of Scream's sequels. I can see you love the first one but what's your assessment of the ones after it? Were they less thrilling, not as well-made? Would appreciate your thoughts.

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PiccoloKing on 8/15/2017 Reply  · 

Thanks for your response. Subjectively speaking, there's entertainment value in every Scream movie.

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Wade92 on 8/28/2017 Reply  · 

No worries, my man! Summer has been quite busy for me as well. Hope you've enjoyed the summer months.

I thought Spider-Man was awesome! I was really impressed what they did with the character and I thought Holland rocked it once again as Spider-Man. Hopefully he stays in the role for a while. I really liked Michael Keaton as The Vulture as well. The only part of the film I thought was weaker was the school aspects but it didn't detract from the film.

Here is my favorites so far for 2017 in a pretty rough order:

DUNKIRK
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
BABY DRIVER
BIG SICK
ALL EYEZ ON ME
LOGAN
WONDER WOMAN
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2
JOHN WICK CHAPTER 2

Films that me pissed off in the theater and wanting to punch myself in the face for paying for a ticket haha

KING ARTHUR

and two films I never want to see again:
ALIEN: COVENANT
GHOST IN THE SHELL

Anything you're looking forward to seeing for the rest of the year?


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Wade92 on 9/10/2017 Reply  · 

From what I understand, Disney has a huge slate of live action adaptations on the way. Not sure how I feel about that. It's just way to much of rehash if you ask me. They should focus on something new that will go on to be cherished years down the road instead of repeating itself.

I can't wait for The Last Jedi. I hope it's just as entertaining as The Force Awakens.

Have you seen the Insidious films? Would you recommend them? I hear a lot of buzz about them

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SweetAileen on 9/19/2017 Reply  · 

How do I type?

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Wade92 on 9/26/2017 Reply  · 

It sure is! Baseball is my favorite sport so I'm sad it will be winding down. My Minnesota Twins are making a good run at making the postseason so I'm pretty happy about that. It's always fun when hockey gets rolling though as well.

Cool, I've always heard the Insidious films are pretty terrifying.

I liked Annabelle: Creation quite a bit. I loved the look of the film and it was pretty interesting. I actually liked it a little more than IT which is surprising. I have never seen the first Annabelle film though.

I haven't seen any of the Undisputed films yet. What is your favorite film of Scott Adkins?

Did you like Man from U.N.C.L.E?

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Wade92 on 10/6/2017 Reply  · 

Well, the Twins ended things rather quickly haha Oh well, on to the Wild as they get rolling.

That sounds pretty awesome with the 31 movies. I really need to kick it in the pants and watch some more scary movies over the next few weeks before the month slips away on me.

Are you watching mostly films you have seen before or new watches? What kind of films do you have lined up?

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Wade92 on 12/2/2017 Reply  · 

That's awesome. Seems like a crazy fun thing to do during October. I've seen roughly half of those films or more.

It Follows is one I saw fairly recently and loved. Such a great modern horror film, I definitely need more films like that.

The Strangers is a pretty creepy film. Especially because I grew up in the country and relate with the fear of people being on your property in the middle of the night haha I hear we are finally getting a sequel to that one.

What are your thoughts on Justice League?

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Wade92 on 12/27/2017 Reply  · 

I had a really good Christmas. A lot of family and lot of food haha The Christmas season is one of my favorite times of year. How about yourself?

I was let down by Justice League. But I'm the kind of guy that likes Man of Steel and Batman v Superman so I didn't like the tone this one took. I'm curious how the future films will play out. I liked Wonder Woman, but Justice League just didn't do it for me.

I'm pretty excited for Infinity War as well! Looks like it'll be a blast to see on the big screen. I liked the new Thor, Spider-Man: Homecoming is still my favorite MCU film of the year, but I liked them all. I think this will make Thor more of a fan favorite. I really hope Hiddleston will stick around for a while. Definitely a highlight of the films.

I think The Last Jedi was decent but it could have/ should have been a lot better. It falls in the lower half of my Star Wars ranking. I understand why some choices were made but it just has too much friction with The Force Awakens. I kinda wish JJ would have in charge of this one as well.

What were your favorite/least favorite films of 2017?

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Wade92 on 1/6/2018 Reply  · 

My New Years was good. I snowmobiled most of the day in -20 degree weather and then got together with some friends in the evening. How about yours?

My favorites were:

1. Dunkirk
2. A Ghost Story
3. Beauty and the Beast
4. Blade Runner 2049
5. Wind River
6. The Big Sick
7. Spider-Man: Homecoming
8. Baby Driver
9. The Last Jedi
10. Wonder

I also really liked Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Logan.

Some of my least favorites this year are:

1. Alien: Covenant
2. Ghost in the Shell
3. Get Out
4. King Arthur

What did you think of When a Stranger Calls? That urban legend always creeped me out as a kid

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Wade92 on 1/21/2018 Reply  · 

Maybe I'll be the same way about Get Out upon further viewings but after the first one, I wasn't very impressed. Maybe it just had too much hype around it or something. That's pretty much the only reason why I checked it out.

What did you end up thinking of A Ghost Story? I just saw that one again a couple weeks ago.

Yeah, I really liked the remake of Beauty of the Beast. Might hold a bit of a special place because I loved the cartoon growing up. It was actually the first movie I owned on VHS. I just saw the remake of The Jungle Book and was quite impressed. Especially since I was never really a fan of the cartoon.

I saw the remake of the When a Stranger Calls and I too was surprised with the direction the original took. I really liked it though. Gotta love old horror films.

Unfortunately, I don't have an instagram page. Sorry, man

What about the original Amityville Horror? What a creepy story. I've heard the book is even more terrifying.

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Wade92 on Jan 31 Reply  · 

I liked Lights Out. Didn't dig it quite as much as I thought I would, but it was still a good watch. I liked the director's latest film, Annabelle: Creation, more, but this one had a really intriguing concept. Totally, man, Teresa Palmer stole the show for me. Definitely the character I was most interested in and she did a good job with the role. I liked her style in the film as well, kind of that edgy look. She's not too hard on the eyes either as they say haha but seriously, I'd be interested in seeing her in other films.

One element I wasn't so crazy about in Lights Out, and in a lot of other horror films, is the evil thing having to be from something that connects to the characters. There's always that big scene of backstory and it almost always takes me out of the film. Why can't it just be evil? A lot of times the unknown is a lot more scary and the reveals always seem to lower the fear factor.

Glad you checked out A Ghost Story. It's without a doubt a film that is more about atmosphere than anything. I can totally see why people get frustrated with the pacing. I just loved the simple and unique approach it took to the story telling. So many powerful moments throughout.

What did you think of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri? Very heavy film but I really liked it. What do you think of the Oscar nominations this year?

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Wade92 on Feb 16 Reply  · 

Yeah, man. The Conjuring is a pretty creepy ass film haha Definitely need some more modern horror films like that.

I've only seen the first four Paranormal Activity films but I don't remember a whole lot of details. Do you like that series overall?

Yeah, I really liked The Shape of Water. The trailers didn't interest me in the least so I was shocked how much I enjoyed it. I mainly went since I really like Michael Shannon's work.

I'm in the minority it seems but I was very mixed on Lady Bird. Well acted and everything but the film just didn't interest me all that much. One part I loved though was when the coach took over leading the drama class. That was hilarious.

Phantom Thread was extremely slow burning haha I liked it though. Terrible theater experience though. I saw it late one night by myself and I had the whole theater to myself until 10 minutes into the film. Three people came in and sat right behind me and complained the whole time how much they hated it. Had their feet up on the chairs and everything. Very frustrating.

What do you think of Paul Thomas Anderson's work?

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