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A Happening of Monumental Proportions
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Love, Simon
Peppermint

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The Adventure
Notes: I haven't seen this one yet...
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Incredibles 2

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johanlefourbe added 1 item to My Queue list
Bad Boys

2 weeks, 5 days ago

A classic

“I really had no idea what to expect from this movie but since it was included in the '1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die' list, I was quite eager to check it out. Well, eventually, I really liked it and I thought it was much more enjoyable than 'Lola Montès', another classic from Max Ophüls w” read more

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Madame De...
 Madame De...  7/10
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The Magnificent Seven (2016)

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Breathless
Notes: The first time I watched it, I must have been 15 or 16 years old, I thought it was just awesome and it became right away one of my favorite movies of all time. Basically, it is just a boy, a girl, a car and a gun, that's it, but because it is so simple, it became a really pure movie experience. However, even though those elements were quite simple, Godard did something quite revolutionary at the time which was stripping down many of the conventional narrative stereotypes (a core aspect of the French New Wave) making the whole thing even more spellbinding. Eventually, I re-watched it years later and I did lower my rating a little bit since there were a few dull moments but I absolutely remains one of my favorite French movies. Unfortunately, later on in his career, Godard will start to make really obscure movies and, in the process, more or less deliberately started to alineate his audience but this was his first directing feature and it became instantly a timeless masterpiece. Anyway, it is a great classic and I loved the damned thing.
2 weeks, 5 days ago
Jem and the Holograms                                  (2015)
Notes: Well, it turned out completely misguided. First of all, who was actually the targeted audience for this movie? I actually watched the cartoon when I was a kid back in the 90's but it was hardly one of the most popular cartoons back then. Furthermore, they obviously aimed the whole thing towards the young girls but they obviously had never heard of this old TV show. To make it more modern, they added a social media angle which was just so annoying as you would get some YouTube videos popping randomly with absolutely no link with what was going on. Furthermore, the way the characters used social media themselves made the whole thing looked like a very fake reality-TV show. Finally, what was the point with this robot? Seriously, I thought it would add something to their performance but it didn't have any impact after all. At least, some of the songs were not bad but it was obviously not enough to make this movie mildly entertaining.
2 weeks, 6 days ago
johanlefourbe added 1 item to My Queue list
A Quiet Place (2018)

2 weeks, 6 days ago

A bad movie

“Obviously, I wasn't expecting much from this flick but since it was available on Netflix, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, it turned out to be indeed pretty lame and completely misguided. First of all, who was actually the targeted audience for this movie? I mean, I actually watched the” read more

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Gareth Jones
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Anon
Notes: Eventually, even though it was a decent watch, to be honest, it was only a slight improvement on 'Good Kill', 'The Host' and 'In Time'. Basically, while the concept was fairly interesting and extremely relevant today, it was nothing really groundbreaking and it seemed that it missed something to become really fascinating. Above all, a bigger issue was the fact that the whole thing was in fact rather boring. I mean, Amanda Seyfried, who was quite charming as usual, had a nice mysterious character but the main character played by Clive Owen was just not complex enough and a total bore to watch. Seriously, they had to go for the old gimmick of the divorced detective grieving for his dead child?!? That was just some really lazy writing, just like the fact that, in this mix of science-fiction with a film noire, this detective had to have sex with this femme fatale at some point. At least, the 3rd act wasn't completely lame but it still turned out to be pretty weak after all.
2 weeks, 6 days ago
Incredibles 2
Notes: If there was one Pixar production that could work with a sequel, it was definitely 'The Incredibles' and, indeed, Brad Bird really nailed it. Indeed, it was really a strong sequel, it looked great and the humor was just spot-on. The only thing preventing this movie from becoming really amazing was the fact that the story was just way too similar to its predecessor's and, as a result, it turned to be too predictable. I'm rather surprised that it took so long for Brad Bird to come up with this movie because, allegedly, he was looking for a great story all these years when, in fact, he pretty much recycled the plot of the first movie. Anyway, even if it wasn't really amazing, it was still easily one of the best sequels delivered by Pixar so far.
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Ghost in the Shell
War for the Planet of the Apes (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital)

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The Orphanage

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Spartacus
Notes: I always think it is rather amusing when people tell me that 'Gladiator' is totally awesome. Do they know that the Peplum is actually one of the oldest genres in cinema and that 'Gladiator' is merely a reboot? Anyway, this movie was probably the least personal project for Stanley Kubrick as he was hired at the last minute by Kirk Douglas. Indeed, the whole thing was supposed to be directed by Anthony Mann but he was fired by Douglas who then hired Stanley Kubrick but they didn’t get along either and Douglas swore he would never work again with Kubrick. This movie was also the first and last time Kubrick made what you could call a 'standard' big budget studio feature without full control. Even so, I thought it was a really awesome flick with some spectacular scenes and it is definitely my favorite peplum. It is obviously the movie which stands out the most from Kubrick’s filmography as his touch is not so omnipresent and I think it is his most accessible flick but it is not necessarily a bad thing.
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johanlefourbe added 2 items to My Queue list
Brain on Fire
Tesis

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A Single Shot

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johanlefourbe added 1 item to My Queue list
The Wages of Fear

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Red Sparrow                                  (2018)

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