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2 weeks, 6 days ago
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
Notes: I haven't seen this one yet...
2 weeks, 6 days ago
The Girl on the Train

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johanlefourbe posted a review of The Raven

An average movie

“I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, even though the concept of focusing on the last days of Edgar Allen Poe was pretty neat, unfortunately, pretty much everything else didn’t really work though. In” read more

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@doudouce55, it's just that it is rather weird to start your analysis with 'The make-up ... was terribly awful and badly done'. It gives the feeling that, for a spy thriller like this one, the make-up
3 weeks ago
The Godfather: Part II
Notes: The only flaw with this movie is that, in spite of its greatness, it will always remain a sequel, probably the best sequel ever made but still a sequel nonetheless. Anyway, the fact remains that it is a great flick, probably as good as the first one. The masterstroke was to continue the story with most of the same characters but it still stands on its own though. To do so, Coppola chose a different structure which was quite spellbinding. Indeed, not only you follow Michael Corleone in his rise (or fall, it depends how you see it) as the new godfather but you follow also Vito Corleone going from Sicily to New York with literally nothing and slowly climbing his way up in the mob hierarchy. To make things even more amazing, to portray a young Vito Corleone, Coppola picked up a then still unknown Robert de Niro so he had two acting giants at the top of their games to play 2 generations of Corleones. Honestly, it doesn't get much better than that.
3 weeks ago
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3 weeks ago
Johan Falk: GSI - Gruppen för särskilda insatser
Seasons : currently watching... Notes : Since my wife and I are some big fans of Joel Kinnaman, I thought we might as well check out this Swedish TV-show/movies. Eventually, even though it was nothing really original or groundbreaking, I thought it was still ery well made and quite entertaining. And, of course, I was once again really impressed by Kinnaman. Indeed, even though he doesn't even play the main character, he completely steals the show here. Even though this item is considered either as a movie or a TV-movie by IMDd and Listal, it is actually considered as a TV-show by Netflix so that's how it ended up in this list. This entry will be for all the 'Johan Falk' movies.
3 weeks ago
Mighty Aphrodite

3 weeks ago
johanlefourbe added 2 items to My Queue list
Donnie Darko
A Fish Called Wanda

3 weeks ago

An average movie

“I already saw this movie but since it was a while back and since I had it on DVD, I thought I might as well check it out again. According to IMDb, it is apparently Tony Scott’s 3rd best movie only behind ‘True Romance’ and ‘Man on Fire’ and I have to admit that it is indeed a really entert” read more

3 weeks ago
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Johan Falk: GSI - Gruppen för särskilda insatser

have watched

7/10

Enemy Of The State

6/10


3 weeks ago
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3 weeks, 1 day ago
The Son of Bigfoot
Notes: When my daughter told me that she wanted to watch this movie, I have to admit that I didn't know at all what she was talking about which is usually not really a good omen. So, I looked it up and, honestly, I thought I looked really lame but we still ended up watching it in the movie theater together. Well, I have to admit it, it was not as awful as I expected it to be. I mean, it was still pretty weak but, at least, it was watchable. Furthermore, the animation, while not being anything groundbreaking, was decent enough and even the 3D effects were not bad at all which was a nice surprise coming from a Belgian-French production like this one. Unfortunately, I still had a hard time to care about the story. I mean, once again, it wasn't the worst story ever but it was still really generic and terribly boring.
3 weeks, 1 day ago
Café au lait

3 weeks, 1 day ago
johanlefourbe added 5 items to My Queue list
Jane Got a Gun
Florence Foster Jenkins
I
With Blood on My Hands: Pusher II
Pusher

3 weeks, 1 day ago
The Conversation
Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this movie and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. It is apparently Francis Ford Coppola's personal favorite of his movies. Eventually, the only reason this movie didn’t get the love it deserved was probably the fact that Coppola was really on fire in the 70’s and all his movies turned out to be some huge masterpieces. Anyway, the whole thing was a raw and realistic feature, so much more spellbinding than the modern thrillers that we get nowadays. Indeed, for example, many years later, Tony Scott came up with ‘Enemy of State’ which also focusing on some conspiracy theory, also starring Gene Hackman in a similar part, but even though it was fairly entertaining, most of it was seriously far-fetched and borderline ridiculous. In this movie, every thing was actually likely to happen (for example, they used in this movie the very same surveillance and wire-tapping equipment that members of the Nixon Administration used to spy on political opponents prior to the Watergate scandal) which made the whole thing much more fascinating to behold.
3 weeks, 1 day ago
johanlefourbe added 1 item to The evolution of... list
Tom Holland
::::: The Evolution of Tom Holland ~ Sanyo Mute
3 weeks, 1 day ago
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Tom Holland
Boyd Holbrook

3 weeks, 1 day ago
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johanlefourbe added 4 items to their collection
Tom Holland

7/10

Ben Schnetzer

6/10

Boyd Holbrook

6/10

Spencer Treat Clark

6/10


3 weeks, 1 day ago
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johanlefourbe added 3 items to The evolution of... list
Ben Schnetzer
Boyd Holbrook
Spencer Treat Clark

3 weeks, 1 day ago
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Notes: Before watching this movie, I was hoping that it would be at least just as visually impressive as 'The Fifth Element' turned out to be 20 years ago. Well, eventually, I wasn't disappointed as this movie was easily the most amazing movie visually speaking that I have seen since 'Avatar'. Indeed, Luc Besson managed here to create a fascinating world with so many different species and, on top of that, there were 2 or 3 scenes in the movie that were just dazzling to behold. Eventually, it is one of the very few movies you should watch in 3D and obviously in the movie theater. Still, was it really a great movie after all? Not really, I'm afraid. Unfortunately, even though the concept was pretty generic (everyone is looking for some kind of MacGuffin), Besson still managed to end up with an incredibly messy story and most of the scenes followed each other very awkwardly. In fact, the beginning was promising and the first mission was really neat but as soon as they gathered the converter, the whole thing started to fall apart narratively. Anyway, in spite of its flaws, even though the story didn't really work, the whole thing was just visually mind-blowing.
3 weeks, 1 day ago

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