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I don't think you could've made it about an American family, though - it's established as a Chinese cultural practice and the core conflict rests on the one American-born member of the family not wanting to go along with the plan (plus they say it couldn't work in America anyway).

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Hors Satan (2011)



Typically artistic take on the human condition by Bruno Dumont. It's not for everyone but I love his realism (neo-neo?). It's slow and ponderous. The acting is patchy and the story slight but the picture itself wins through. Such an almost bloody-mindedness to portray his vision it's hard not to applaud it.




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In Theater? Terminator 5280, Dark Fate. 6.9999/10


Streamed? Django: Unchained. 8.9/10



Jurassic Park III (2001)

Uh, this is pure B-movie done with A-movie budget. Unfortunately, it's also a bad B-movie. Dinos are still fine and I was hoping they'd eat everyone.

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The Hole in The Ground (2019)


Predictable horror that left so many questions unanswered.






Children Of The Corn (1984)


Hasn't aged particularly well, some of the voices were hard to listen to.


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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

Excellent threequel with great action scenes, nice twists to the story and an awesome comeback for martial arts film legend Mark Dacascos as the assassin Zero, who goes both in fanboy and hunter modes to Wick.



The Divide

Hollywood veteran Perry King stars and makes his feature film directorial debut as an aging rancher who must confront his past and attempt to bond with both his new ranchhand and estranged daughter-in-law. Nice homage of sorts to the frontier cinema of John Ford along with great performances by King and Bryan Kaplan (as the ranchhand).



Alex & Eve

Australia's answer to the hit 2003 indie film My Big Fat Greek Wedding revolves around the budding romance between a Greek Orthodox schoolteacher and a Lebanese Muslim lawyer. The stars of the film, Richard Bracantisano and Andrea Demetriades show great chemistry together and on top of that, the reactions from both Alex's father and Eve's mother is as hilarious as Gus in MBFGW. I would love to see both Tony Nikalakopoulos and Michael Constantine in a buddy movie together as aging Greek dad/buddies. I would pay to see that!
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Jurassic Park III (2001)

Uh, this is pure B-movie done with A-movie budget. Unfortunately, it's also a bad B-movie. Dinos are still fine and I was hoping they'd eat everyone.

...or at least the writers.



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Phenomenal.

Funny, I was just thinking about this movie last week actually. Which do you think is better, Shawshank, or The Green Mile?



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.

The Cow (Dariush Mehrjui, 1969)
6/10
All the Freckles in the World (Yibran Asuad, 2019)
6/10
The Hypnotist (Anna Biller, 2001)
6/10
The Secret Life of Pets 2 (Chris Renaud, 2019)
+ 6/10

The pets have plenty of fun, witty adventures.
Les misérables AKA The Pitiful (Ladj Ly, 2017)
+ 6/10
Flatliners (Niels Arden Oplev, 2017)
5/10
Before Dawn (Irving Pichel, 1933)
6/10
Who's Singin' Over There? (Slobodan Sijan, 1980)
6.5/10

Absurdist humor combines with the horrors of WWII in Serbia.
Millie (John Francis Dillon, 1931)
5.5/10
Walking on Water (Andrey Paounov, 2018)
6.5/10
Attack from Space (Koreyoshi Akasaka, Akira Mitsuwa & Teruo Ishii, 1965)
4/10 Camp Rating

Annabelle Comes Home (Gary Dauberman, 2019)
6/10

...and, what you might expect, happens...
Personal Maid's Secret (Arthur Greville Collins, 1935)
5.5/10
The Firebird (William Dieterle, 1934)
+ 5/10
Brides Are Like That (William McGann, 1936)
5.5/10
The Snake Pit (Anatole Litvak, 1948)
6.5/10

To get out of the mental hospital, Olivia de Havilland has to undergo a lot.
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (Kevin Smith, 2019)
+ 6/10
I Am Somebody (Madeline Anderson, 1970)
6.5/10
Everything's Rosie (Clyde Bruckman, 1931)
5.5/10
Before Stonewall (Greta Schiller, 1984)
- 7/10

Landmark film for numerous historical and civil rights reasons, especially gay awareness.
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Good movie that ultimately ran out of steam. Jackman very good as Gary Hart. Witty screenplay.
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Knives Out
I would actually give it 4 and a half popcorns but i'm not sure how to do a half popcorn.
Great movie that kept me entertained throughout,brilliant script and performances by everyone involved, hopefully it can get a few oscar noms too



Knives Out
I would actually give it 4 and a half popcorns but i'm not sure how to do a half popcorn.
Great movie that kept me entertained throughout,brilliant script and performances by everyone involved, hopefully it can get a few oscar noms too
[ rating]4.5[ /rating] minus the empty spaces after the opening brackets.




The Sonata (2018)

Above-average B-horror that loans quite heavily from The Ninth Gate. Freya Tingley looks really good and does a decent job at acting too. I like this type of films but The Sonata didn't fully achieve its potential. Definitely worth a watch though.




Phenomenal.

Funny, I was just thinking about this movie last week actually. Which do you think is better, Shawshank, or The Green Mile?

too hard to select one but still shawchank is best choice