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Old 08-31-2020, 09:56 PM   #8626
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

"Though we may come from different countries and speak in different tongues, our hearts beat as one. In light of the recent events, the bonds of friendship made this year will be more important than ever."

Super Fuzz [aka Supersnooper] (1980)

"Well, what do you expect? If a man is in the middle of an atomic blast, the least he can do is drop dead!"

[Rifftrax:] Attack from Space (1965/2016)

"He's getting lumpier by the second."

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Terrifier this was a nice little slasher gem i came across on netflix
I've seen that. It's not my favorite, but it's creepy. If you didn't know, it's a spin-off/sequel to the horror anthology All Hallows Eve.
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The original karate kid. Been loving cobra kai more than i thought i would. Both seasons on netflix. 3rd season next year. Before that original clash of the titans
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Mountain (2017)

"To those who are enthralled by mountains, their wonder is beyond all dispute. To those who are not, their allure is a kind of madness."

Sort-of documentary or art film that philosophically (and a little historically) examines mountain climbing with video of mountains and climbers.

Snatch (2000)

"You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity."

Watched again yesterday for its 20th anniversary. Always loved how Guy Ritchie's early films wrapped all the story lines like a crazy Seinfeld episode.

Siege at Firebase Gloria (1989)

"The people were friendly: we liked them, and they liked us. DiNardo knew enough Vietnamese to be a big hit. So it really hurt us to see their heads on stakes. This rotten war was getting to us."

Pretty weak Vietnam flick (as that opening dialogue probably reveals), but it had good bits.
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Not a film but the lucifer series on netflix. Just waiting on the other 8 episodes for season 5 its haulted do to real world issues
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Coffy (1973)

"This is the end of your rotten life, you motherf***in' dope pusher!"

Introduced a friend to this favorite.

Gamera vs. Guiron (1969)

"I'll tell you what. Remember, the next time, if you are naughty again... I'll shave your heads!"

My first choice in my just-arrived Arrow set.

The Creeps [aka Deformed Monsters] (1997)

"What is this movie?"

My full-moon werewolf pick for this month, which is ironic since it was literally a Full Moon production. Horror comedy about a mad scientist who is using old books to bring to life the archetypes of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, the werewolf, and the mummy. When he's interrupted, he gets shorter versions of all 4 and seeks revenge against the librarian and part-time detective who did so. Alright.
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The Creeps [aka Deformed Monsters] (1997)

"What is this movie?"

My full-moon werewolf pick for this month, which is ironic since it was literally a Full Moon production. Horror comedy about a mad scientist who is using old books to bring to life the archetypes of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, the werewolf, and the mummy. When he's interrupted, he gets shorter versions of all 4 and seeks revenge against the librarian and part-time detective who did so. Alright.
Ill probably pirate this._.. Something about it caught my attention
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[Rifftrax:] Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004/2008)

"Come on.
-We've got a lot of quirky crap to get through."

[Rifftrax:] Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002/2008)

"Oh the pantsings."

[Rifftrax:] Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001/2004)

"It’s never a good sign when you leave the stall crying."


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It was fun (though not hilarious) and if you know what you're getting with Full Moon pictures, it's not a bad one.
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It was fun (though not hilarious) and if you know what you're getting with Full Moon pictures, it's not a bad one.
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Earth to Echo (2014)

"You know what, I lied, actually. We're gonna ride our bikes out into the desert, at night, alone. Without supervision.
-Okay, see you then, sweetie."

Jim Thorpe--All-American (1951)

"When he could stand it no longer, he began to run. And once again, he found relief in the sheer physical joy of running."

Meh.

Seconds (1966)

"I couldn't help it, Charlie. I had to find out where I went wrong. The years I've spent trying to get all the things I was told were important - that I was supposed to want! Things! Not people or meaning. Just things. And California was the same."

An early John Frankenheimer film about a banker looking for a change who comes across a shadowy organization that offers to fake his death and give him a new look (Rock Hudson) and life.
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An early John Frankenheimer film about a banker looking for a change who comes across a shadowy organization that offers to fake his death and give him a new look (Rock Hudson) and life.
A very good movie. Highly recommended.

The fact that it was filmed in B&W as late as 1966 is noteworthy. I assume that was done for artistic reasons.

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Cuties [Mignonnes] (2020)

"What are you doing?"

I'm sure Tazz will be disappointed I Netflixed this, but while I'm okay with saying something isn't my taste, I don't like to condemn something without actually seeing (reading/hearing, whatever) it. I can see both sides. The story is pretty interesting--a Senegalese Muslim girl (11) in Paris rebels against her conservative family by falling in with a pre-teen dance troupe. They clearly idolize and imitate sexualized dancing. This is ultimately rejected, but it's hard to deny the male gaze in the way the dance scenes are shot. I can't imagine the movie could actually get legally penalized since there's no nudity or overt sexual act performed by underage girls. That said, if I had a preteen daughter I wouldn't want her playing one of these parts. Thirteen, (from what I hear) Kids, and certainly Klip push more boundaries in that realm.

Memphis Belle (1990)

"Yeah Luke, why go back to the daily grind of being a lifeguard? Take it easy!"

Turned 30. I find this war pic underrated.

D.O.A. (1988)

"I don't think I like what you're inferring, Mr. Cornell.
-Implying. When I say it, that's implying. How you take it, that's inferring."

Movies where the main character is doomed from the start and movies where the character is framed really bother me, but the mystery here really grabbed me.

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A very good movie. Highly recommended.
It's not very fast moving, but it's a real think piece. Reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode if they examined the concept for feature length. Even that ending (which I saw coming) would make a good TZ conclusion.

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I meant to tell you it’s on Tubi. So, if you’re willing to watch with commercials (but otherwise uncut), you can do so legally.
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The Strange Case of Doctor Rx (1942)

"If I hadn't lost my badge, I'd turn it in."

Another of the suggestion column films I'd seen a while back and am now finally viewing. Someone in the city is assassinating mobsters and leaving mysterious calling cards, and only Jerry Church (Patrick Knowles) can solve the case. But someone is getting the drop on him every step of the way.

Not great but I found it somewhat enjoyable, though it really doesn't live up to its horror billing (more of a talk-heavy mystery). Lionel Atwill plays a minor role that is used as a red herring throughout, and despite being perhaps the most famous name in the listing, Shemp Howard (I shit you not) is also a minor character (but he was fairly amusing, and in real life he refused to drive after crashing his car into a barbershop). Overall could have used some revision but isn't outright terrible.
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Morocco (1930)

"Every time a man has helped me, there has been a price."

The oh-so-beautiful Marlene Dietrich's Hollywood debut as a down and out night club act in the titular country when she received the attentions of a French aristocrat and a cynical French Legionnaire (Gary Cooper). Famous for the (pre-code) scene where, dressed in a man's tails and coat, she jokingly kisses a female fan. Not great, but interesting.

Beyond the Mat (1999)

"I could never get over the fact that guys could beat the crap out of each other in the ring, and be friendly outside of it."

Excellent look at pro-wrestling in the Attitude era.

Almost Famous (2000)

"Always have fun, and if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store and visit your friends."

Turned 20. Love this flick and the whole world it looks at.
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The Black Doll (1938)

"Never mind the initials, what do you know about the murder?"

A crooked mine owner receives a black doll with a knife in it and is shortly after murdered, prompting his daughter to ask her private eye boyfriend to investigate. At the same time a bumbling sheriff attempts to also find the killer.

Mostly serious but it has a lot of humor from Edgar Kennedy, who plays the buffoon sheriff. Donald Woods as the protag is solid, and I liked Matatesta as the butler. The rainy night shots were pretty good as well. Fairly decent B-grade detective flick I pulled off the suggestion list from YouTube but the transfer quality can be tricky at times (the cell will slide below the screen so you see the bottom of the previous cell at the screen's top, and some other mistakes). Worth a watch all the same.
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Judgment Night (1993)

"All aboard!
-That's a conductor, not a bus driver.
Hey, why don't you sit down and shut up.
-Now that's a bus driver."

Heard about this from a Youtube show and dug it. A group of friends (including Estevez and Gooding Jr.) who detour through the Chicago slums witness a murder and then have to run for their lives from Denis Leary's gang.

Let Me In (2010)

"Are you a vampire?
-I need blood to live.
But how old are you, really?
-Twelve; but, I've been twelve for a very long time."

Watched for the 10th anniversary.

Goodfellas (1990)

"I didn't want to get blood on your floor."

Watched this Wednesday night with the folks for its 30th anniversary.
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El Topo (The Mole) (1970)

"You are seven years old. You are a man. Bury your first toy and a picture of your mother."

A gunslinger and his son come across a massacred village and attack the bandit gang that committed the atrocity, and the father abandons his son to the priests for raising while he leaves with a woman to hunt down legendary gunfighters. After completing his quest he is betrayed and must rediscover his purpose in life with the help of outcasts.

I asked for this as a birthday gift because I really liked Jodorowsky's Dune (documentary) and I wanted to see more of his work. I was initially a little hesitant to show this to my dad but when I mentioned it, he told me he'd seen it fifty years ago when it came out and that it was indeed a real head trip.

I can only begin to describe the crazy shit that goes on here, but it's indeed quite creative and is well done, nothing half-assed (though much of it is perplexing because of his interpretive and symbolic Jodo likes to make things). It's not as utterly insane as The Holy Mountain but it's still pushing the envelope pretty damn hard. (Also a little long at 124 minutes, but the pacing is very good so it doesn't feel like it's dragging).

Recommend checking this out but be prepared for some unusual content.
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Ahh, you non-movie watchers (or worse you non-poster watchers) are killing me again. In order to not have a post of like 15 movies I had to evenly distribute recent watches in all my old posts on the page. Plus I guess Iíll bump this in case it inspires anyone else to let me free like 5 more.

Se7en (1995)

"I just don't think I can continue to live in a place that embraces and nurtures apathy as if it was virtue."

Watched for its 25th anniversary this week. It had been a while. Love this flick (dark as it is).

Birdman of Alcatraz (1962)

"You best go find out who you are. Come on. Now what's wrong with you, you old buzzard? Come on. Don't be afraid. Out there you can kick up the dust. You can dance to fiddle music. Watch the alfalfa bloom. If you like, you can... see gold teeth. Taste sweet whisky and red-eyed gravy. The air breathes easy, nights move faster, and you tell time by the clock. Now you don't wanna be a jailbird all your life, do ya? You're a highballin' sparrow."

Excellent flick even if they apparently made the man much nicer than the real person.

The Unforgiven (1960)

"Ben, what did those Indians want?
-They offered to buy you for those five horses.
Well, did you sell me?
-Nope; held out for more horses."

A family of ranchers (led by elder brother Burt Lancaster) is haunted by the past when an old enemy resurfaces and claims their adopted sister (Audrey Hepburn) is a Kiowa foundling sparking a feud with that tribe that the local former friend ranchers are not willing to risk their lives for. Good stuff (dir. by John Huston). I love Hepburn (literally my favorite actress) but have to admit she was probably not the best choice since they keep trying to say how her skin is darker yet she's clearly the most pale member of her family.

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I liked it, but would definitely have to be in a certain mood to re-watch it.
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There goes that Space Cop boy again, complaining about watching too many movies...

Watched The Black Raven (1943) with my dad on Saturday, starring George Zucco.

Plot is that a storm is raging and an escaped convict tries to get revenge on his old partner (Zucco, now an inn proprietor). A gangster, an eloping couple, a corrupt politician, a pencilneck also show up and then someone kills the politician. Hijinks and deductions ensue especially as the local sheriff is a total asshole who can't put two and two together unless he twists the facts to suit his idiot ideas (though this allows Zucco to repeatedly humiliate him and garner viewer sympathy).

This is probably at least the third film I've seen where Zucco dies (he gets shot in The Mummy's Hand, I believe, and then dies of old age in the film right after that).

Film is a weird combo of crime, drama, suspense/horror, and comedy (the helper Andy is a bungling oaf who jumps and screams at everything and it gets old quick, but I did like him interacting with the pencilneck).
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A bunch more anniversaries (obviously 80, 50, and 25) over the past few weeks such as . . .

The Mummy's Hand (1940)

"Hey Steve, can a dame go crazy from being sawed in half too many times?"

The first of the Mummy sequels, the first to introduce the Tanna leaves as the reagent, and the basis for the rest of the series.

Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)

"I can't imagine anything that would infuriate the Americans more. II fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve."

As A Night to Remember does to Cameron's Titanic, this movie just blows Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor out of the water (no pun intended).

Empire Records (1995)

"We mustn't dwell. No, not today. We can't; not on Rex Manning day."

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Honestly I just haven't found the time in all of two damn months (or not been distracted enough to remember) to watch Dark Was the Night. I don't want to force my dad to sit through it since it's modern horror and that means finding extra time on my own clock.
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The Joker (2019)

"Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?"

I get why this was divisive and won't be putting it on when I want a fun diversion, but I thought it was good. The riot stuff seemed even more relevant watching it now for the first time.

Boy and the World (2013)

No-dialogue cartoon (there's fake language at points) about a boy's journey after his father leaves for work.

Showgirls (1995)

"She's no butterfly. Tony, she's all pelvic thrust."

Another 'classic' that turned a quarter of a century.
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Robert Stroud, the Birdman of Alcatraz, actually murdered two people. The first was a customer of a prostitute he was pimping, and the second was a prison guard. He also committed several assaults against fellow inmates.

A movie that made him look as good as this one did wouldn't get made today.
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Hotel Transylvania (2012)

"Hey, kids, reel it in! You're only supposed to make mom and dad miserable!"

My full moon werewolf pick because this series is perfect for Halloween season.
By the way, this month will have a very rare blue moon on Halloween (extra rare because it's across the time zones). Won't happen again until 2039.

Also the beginning of my Halloween-season watching. This month, I will probably watch only horror/monster movies unless there's an important anniversary for another kind of movie.

Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)

"You're the nicest boy I know and I have 300 brothers!"

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018)

"It is our children! Run!"

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A movie that made him look as good as this one did wouldn't get made today.
Yeah. They mention the first murder and show the second in the movie but kind of present them as him going too far, but essentially being provoked.

The movie also presents his continual time in solitude as being the warden holding a grudge but apparently the official reason was that he was deemed to be extremely violent and "an aggressive homosexual," which in the parlance of the day seems to mean a prison rapist.

Interestingly, though, in the scene where the guard who is nice to him talks about his ingratitude, I thought "that sounds like a psychopath" and according to Wikipedia the real Stroud was diagnosed as a psychopath (with an IQ of either 112 or 116, both of which are on the high-but-not-genius level). People who knew him for more than a few minutes seemed to say he was not a nice person that happened to be very smart about birds, medicine, and history.
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I'm going to have to make sure I take a picture of it.
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Doctor Sleep (2019)

"We're all dying. The world's just one big hospice with fresh air."

Watched the director's cut with the family.

The Devil's Advocate (1997)

"Who, in their right mind Kevin, could possibly deny the twentieth century was entirely mine."

Hack the Movie's review put me in the mood to re-watch this one (which was in my DVD collection anyway).

The Gingerdead Man (2005)

"It sure ain't the Pillsbury f***ing doughboy."
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