Rate The Last Movie You Saw


X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

Movie> Oldboy(2013)
Rate> 4.5star

If you watch Bronson and this back to back, you probably wouldn't in a million years think the main characters were done by the same actor. That just shows how amazing Tom Hardy is.

8.5/10. Maybe 9/10 if I'm feeling really generous.

Badlands (1973) -

Terrence Malick's solid debut. If this is anything to go off then I'm looking forward to checking out the rest of his filmography

Originally Posted by Iroquois
To be fair, you have to have a fairly high IQ to understand MovieForums.com.

Why this movie is at 18% on Rotten Tomatoes I will never know. Then again high RT scores and good movies are not one and the same.

F**k the critics I like this movie. Is it on par with say First Blood? No. But who cares? It is Stallone in aviators with a 1911 and a Jatimatic wasting blatantly evil Hollywood action movie meat fodder. Not the richest on story or plot, and full of already done action movie tropes, but heavy on the action and one of my favorite action movie one liners.

"You're a disease. And I'm the cure."

Criminally underrated action flick.


ATC, I'm glad you watched and enjoyed that movie. It's in my Top 10 of all-time and I've been trying to get people that I know to watch it for years. I've watched it over and over, not only to see how things you'd think weren't important are (even small little scenes) but to see the awesome acting, especially Stacy Keach and Scott Wilson. Love this movie.
Hi DBG-- what year was Above the Clouds? There are quite a few with that title. Thanks.


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Magic Mike XXL -

What's better than this...guys being dudes.
I really just want you all angry and confused the whole time.

You can't win an argument just by being right!
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945)

I think that's the first 'horror' movie I ever saw. Scared the absolute caca out of me (I was about 4 or 5. god knows why my parents let me watch it)

Finished The Witch. I guess I just didnt get it. I still have no idea what it was about other than the mother went insane and the father had a speech impediment.

Hi DBG-- what year was Above the Clouds? There are quite a few with that title. Thanks.

Doc, AboveTheClouds is a person. I was jazzed that they watched and reviewed the movie The Ninth Configuration. You might check a few pages back and see their comment.
"Miss Jean Louise, Mr. Arthur Radley."

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What's your definition of classic danish films, matt? Most of the Danish films I've seen in recent times are with Mads Mikkelsen or Danish film mkers but moviemeditation has given me a list of more to see. I just think danish cinema right now is fantastic, and my eldest brother watches nothing but. He's so addicted he subscribed to a danish film channel.
Dreyer is my favorite..."Ordet" and "Day of Wrath" are my favorites of his.

movies can be okay...

- I'm probably among the minority with thinking that Bergman's performance was better than Ullmann's, nonetheless, they were both fantastic, just like the film itself.
"A film has to be a dialogue, not a monologue ó a dialogue to provoke in the viewer his own thoughts, his own feelings. And if a film is a dialogue, then itís a good film; if itís not a dialogue, itís a bad film."
- Michael "Gloomy Old Fart" Haneke