What movie have you watched lately

They're both very well made, with excellent acting, but I couldn't keep watching them. Breaking Bad just depressed the hell out of me, and as for Better Call Saul, while I've known and been forced to deal with my fair share of shady lawyers, it's way over the top. :)

Definitely entertaining, though, both of them.

Oh, I stopped watching Rings of Power after the second episode. It's just complete drek, imo. It would take forever to list what I think is wrong with it, so I'll just talk about how Galadriel's character is written vs. the male characters. It's the typical "woke" trope: the commanding, confident, take charge woman who can somehow do the physical things women can't do, versus all the inept, weak, vacillating male characters, when they're not outright evil.

I honestly feel sorry for young men who are fed this ego destroying crap.

Oh, I left aside that this character has absolutely NOTHING to do with the character of Galadriel from the source material.

When these Hollywood writers stray from the source material they ruin it. The same thing happened with the last few episodes of GOT, which I loved. Once they went beyond what Martin had written, it blew up.

Yes, Jimmy aka Saul is over the top but he is entertaining. As far as Breaking Bad comes Walt's transformation is scary and freaky. The way he came up to execute Gus and that scene, i cannot forget for a while.

As for Rings of Power, i agree, it's terribly slow and without any context. It completely lacks the Peter Jackson's trilogy magic. I left watching at 3/4-rd episode because it got totally bored. But, Better Call Saul had these funny moments i cannot forget, especially Chuck and Howard getting pissed off by Saul's eccentrism lol.
 
I watched this sci-fi horror. I recommend, it's quite enjoyable as a movie.


Then the TV Show antology, Black Mirror, not all episodes, but just a few, Smithereen episode is one of the best i have seen

 
I watched this sci-fi horror. I recommend, it's quite enjoyable as a movie.


Then the TV Show antology, Black Mirror, not all episodes, but just a few, Smithereen episode is one of the best i have seen


Hawk, where can I see the first one?
 
Hawk, where can I see the first one?

Netflix...

I highly recommend the Smithereen episode from Black Mirrors as well, one of the best thing to come from cinema. It's a self-sustaining story, so you don't need to watch other episodes to follow up.
 
Can't believe i didn't watch before The Big Lebowski. Atleast i cannot remember it fully watching it.


His Dudeness itself: The Dude, El Duderino, best intro ever


The Dude shamelessly writing a 0.67 cents cheque with a sip of milk on his beard is hilariously genius.
 
Black Cat White Cat. Very Entertaining film by Emir Kusturica.

Gypsies, Bulgarian crooks and a Serbian beauty who is to be married off.
 
RIP Gina Lollobrigida, una delle belle “maggiorata” del cinema.

Yes, I saw it too; just put a few pictures in the "beauty ideal" section.

There used to be so many beautiful actresses, and actors. Now it's all different.

Perhaps the movie I remember best is Solomon and Sheba with Yul Brynner, one of the sexiest men alive imo which I saw on television years after its release date. Whenever I read about how the Hebrews hated the fertility cults of the Canaanites, I remember it. :)

 
Anyone started watching The Last of Us?


The opening of the TV Show is interesting and scary.


Fungus pandemics looks like something surreal yet so based on realism. It's absolutely terrifying. We already had decent amount of zombie movies/shows but this one i must say is the most creative and scariest one.
 
Anyone started watching The Last of Us?


The opening of the TV Show is interesting and scary.


Fungus pandemics looks like something surreal yet so based on realism. It's absolutely terrifying. We already had decent amount of zombie movies/shows but this one i must say is the most creative and scariest one.

I liked the first two episodes, although I didn't find the creatures particularly scary. Maybe because I found them sort of "pretty"? I didn't much like the third episode. It was like a Hallmark Movie about a gay couple.

The scariest "zombie" type movie/series I've ever seen was "Train to Busan". I think it was the speed of the transformation and their speed of movement as well as the non-stop action. TWD was scary too, but not as bad as that.

The movies that frighten me the most, however, are those which deal with the devil; movies about exorcisms, for example. I suppose it's all the Catholic education. The ones that scar me the most are the ones which deal with the abuse and desecration of children. I couldn't get True Detective with Matthew McConnaughey out of my mind for weeks, and I've had to deal with child abuse cases in court. It was just so VILE. Yet, having started it, I had to see how it ended.
 
I liked the first two episodes, although I didn't find the creatures particularly scary. Maybe because I found them sort of "pretty"? I didn't much like the third episode. It was like a Hallmark Movie about a gay couple.

The scariest "zombie" type movie/series I've ever seen was "Train to Busan". I think it was the speed of the transformation and their speed of movement as well as the non-stop action. TWD was scary too, but not as bad as that.

The movies that frighten me the most, however, are those which deal with the devil; movies about exorcisms, for example. I suppose it's all the Catholic education. The ones that scar me the most are the ones which deal with the abuse and desecration of children. I couldn't get True Detective with Matthew McConnaughey out of my mind for weeks, and I've had to deal with child abuse cases in court. It was just so VILE. Yet, having started it, I had to see how it ended.

I agree, 3rd episode was dissapointing. It was completely unneccessary filling up with thwt story. But considering modern TV propaganda i am not surprised.

And, i have to say the fungi infection looks way more scarier than any other zombie movie. I disagree iwht you here.

As for True Detective season 1, that was a masterpiece.
 
The last film I watched was a beautiful romantic and erotic drama. I can't call it a porn movie because that's not what it is at all. This movie had two characters playing beautiful love and unrestrained and passionate sex. It was great. After watching it, I also wanted to try to feel those emotions and so I turned to escort euro girls yerevan. It was wonderful and unforgettable. I'm glad I got to do it. I plan to follow the work of this director in the future. I wish I could remember the name of this film, but if I find it or remember it, I'll be sure to share it with you.
 
I liked the first two episodes, although I didn't find the creatures particularly scary. Maybe because I found them sort of "pretty"? I didn't much like the third episode. It was like a Hallmark Movie about a gay couple.

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Watched this movie from 1977, unique movie.

 
Waiting in cinema to watch Oppenheimer. Let's see if the hype was true.
 
Waiting in cinema to watch Oppenheimer. Let's see if the hype was true.

I like Nolan, but this movie is over-hyped and overrated. The marketing was completely dishonest. Boring 3 hours, though cinematographically and acting are quite good, the substance of the actual movie is not good.
 
I figured, so I gave it a pass.

From what I can tell, it's a post-modern, neo-Marxist movie about a Marxist fellow traveler if not card carrying Communist who, if he didn't directly pass nuclear secrets to the Soviets, associated with those who did.

Lillian Hellman was a silly writer in comparison.

What a week-end for movies: Marxist apologia and the most WOKE view of male-female relationships possible.

I would suggest that everyone go see Sound of Freedom instead.
 

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