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Black Water: Abyss (2020)

And there I was, thinking this was about sharksÖ not the most sophisticated thing, but will do for now.



Huge fan of Miles Teller. Good movie.
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Rewatched A View To A Kill. God it's one of the sillier Bond movies plot wise. But then theres these really ****ed up parts that make the movie kinda all over the place. Its gross af watching 60 year old Roger Moore bang these young ladies.
Best Bond song ever though.



Volcano (1997)

Just came round after the latest migraine bout. Had to see what this was all about and the scene thatís like Danteís Peak. Call me masochistic.



Stowaway (2021)

An odd one. A rather peculiar counter-intuitive ending. What my father would call Ďannoyingly Hollywood-ishí.



⬆️ Strange that I have never heard of this movie. And Netflix (dvd) does not offer it either.



⬆️ Strange that I have never heard of this movie. And Netflix (dvd) does not offer it either.
I havenít heard of it either. Occasionally, I quite like to just stumble into things. Itís fine so far, though Iím questioning the logic behind the title which obviously reveals the basic premise.



I havenít heard of it either. Occasionally, I quite like to just stumble into things. Itís fine so far, though Iím questioning the logic behind the title which obviously reveals the basic premise.
I just read the wiki synopsis. Anna Kendricks is in a lot of crap movies, but it really seems halfway decent.



I just read the wiki synopsis. Anna Kendricks is in a lot of crap movies, but it really seems halfway decent.
I do this too. Saves time. Iím not a fan of space movies, generally, but it is, indeed, halfway decent. No masterpiece, to be sure, but alright. I think the only two space films Iíve ever actually enjoyed were Moon and Interstellar.



I do this too. Saves time. Iím not a fan of space movies, generally, but it is, indeed, halfway decent. No masterpiece, to be sure, but alright. I think the only two space films Iíve ever actually enjoyed were Moon and Interstellar.
Reading a wiki synopsis while watching a movie is always a bad sign for me. It generally means that the movie, at least in the beginning, is incomprehensible. Two recent movies that spring to mind with this problem are Syriana (3 x Wiki) & Bullhead (same). Oh, Happy End too, which I could not make heads or tails of at first. Luckily, I stuck with all 3 movies & they are all excellent.

I donít mind space movies, per se. I thought The Martian, for one, was rather good.

Did we talk about Under the Skin ever? I love this weird sci-fi movie & I do not like sci-fi.



Reading a wiki synopsis while watching a movie is always a bad sign for me. It generally means that the movie, at least in the beginning, is incomprehensible. Two recent movies that spring to mind with this problem are Syriana (3 x Wiki) & Bullhead (same). Oh, Happy End too, which I could not make heads or tails of at first. Luckily, I stuck with all 3 movies & they are all excellent.

I donít mind space movies, per se. I thought The Martian, for one, was rather good.

Did we talk about Under the Skin ever? I love this weird sci-fi movie & I do not like sci-fi.
I agree. I rarely go as far as to actually read while Iím watching - it would have to be something truly awful for me to do that.

I donít remember anything about Syriana, so understand the wiki there. Long overdue a second viewing. Both Happy End and Bullhead are great.

Havenít talked about Under the Skin, no. I really like it and itís one you canít make heads or tails of either, in a sense, at first. Donít think itís really sci-fi, tbh, unless we mean the really soft kind. At some point I tried to find more such Ďsoftí films and came across Spring (2015). Actually, now I think about it, Upstream Colour (2013) is also a bit like it. Have you seen either of them? Sorry if I forget.

Johansson really did well when it comes to her alienation, made me think of Leeloo with how perfectly out of place she was. Such a beautiful film, too, colour-wise. I donít mind soft sci-fi but I do have an aversion to films about vampiric females trapping men, so it was a welcome exception.

I donít know what to make of Glazer overall - Sexy Beast is a classic I enjoy, but I thought Birth was very meh. And where has he been since Under the Skin, anyway?



I agree. I rarely go as far as to actually read while Iím watching - it would have to be something truly awful for me to do that.

I donít remember anything about Syriana, so understand the wiki there. Long overdue a second viewing. Both Happy End and Bullhead are great.

Havenít talked about Under the Skin, no. I really like it and itís one you canít make heads or tails of either, in a sense, at first. Donít think itís really sci-fi, tbh, unless we mean the really soft kind. At some point I tried to find more such Ďsoftí films and came across Spring (2015). Actually, now I think about it, Upstream Colour (2013) is also a bit like it. Have you seen either of them? Sorry if I forget.

Johanssen really did well when it comes to her alienation, made me think of Leeloo with how perfectly out of place she was. Such a beautiful film, too, colour-wise. I donít mind soft sci-fi but I do have an aversion to films about vampiric females trapping men, so it was a welcome exception.

I donít know what to make of Glazer overall - Sexy Beast is a classic I enjoy, but I thought Birth was very meh. And where has he been since Under the Skin, anyway?
Syriana is a terrific movie. Glad I persevered. Spring & Upstream Colour - never heard of either. I do recall bailing out of Birth.

I loved Sexy Beast having been one of the multitude of Brits in love with Spain. Terrific movie.

A sci-fi (soft?) movie I really enjoyed is Equals. I think you would like it.

About to toddle off for the evening. Encore, ŗ vendredi. 😎 (BTW, itís only very recently I realized France doesnít capitalize the days of the week or months of the year. Same as Spanish. Years of French & I only now get this? )



Syriana is a terrific movie. Glad I persevered. Spring & Upstream Colour - never heard of either. I do recall bailing out of Birth.

I loved Sexy Beast having been one of the multitude of Brits in love with Spain. Terrific movie.

A sci-fi (soft?) movie I really enjoyed is Equals. I think you would like it.

About to toddle off for the evening. Encore, ŗ vendredi. 😎
Who doesnít love Spain. My first post-Covid destination for sure.

Thanks, Iíll check out Equals. Havenít heard of it.

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Volcano (1997)

Just came round after the latest migraine bout. Had to see what this was all about and the scene thatís like Danteís Peak. Call me masochistic.
loved that movie!!
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