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I knew you would write some reply. I was thinking about you during watching the movie and I was sure you would gonna kill me
Sorry Cynema
It's got nothing to do with you finding it to be "overrated" (I'd take that to heart, in another thread.)

It's the fact that you labeled it as a "romantic comedy."
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Mars Attacks! - 7/10


Love the cast, love the idea. Tim Burton is a genius.



I never could get the hang of Thursdays.
Darkest Hour (2017)

Good-ish but not really good. I liked it more than I expected up until the point he goes to the underground and then it just drowns itself in cheese. Oldman's performance is good, the sort of larger than life, grandstanding, speeches and shouting at people type role.




The Shape of Water (2017)

Incredible film. Looks simply amazing. The lighting, the production design, the colours - all stunning. The story is absorbing, the characters are vivid and it has nearly everything I could ever want from a film. My only criticism would be that the relationship between Elisa and the creature could have been developed a bit more to be really convincing - I expected a bit more communication between them.




Black Panther(2018)
Amazing movie. Actors have performed their roles very well, In the movie as they trust and respect their king and the crown it is amazing. Soon they all might be a part of the Avengers with amazing skill and talent.



The Fighter (David O. Russell, 2010)

Kept me interested to the final bell
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Kobiela on the beach (dir. A. Kondratiuk, 1963)



Short documentary polish movie with Czech sense of humour




No Way Out (1987, Roger Donaldson)


Flawed but enjoyable. The ending goes off the rails in a grotesquely unhinged way - it's ludicrous but yet perfect at the same time in its mocking depiction of the insanity of Cold War paranoia.



The Fighter (David O. Russell, 2010)

Kept me interested to the final bell
Kind of unusual for a David O. Russell - or do I have the wrong impression of his thing?
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Kind of unusual for a David O. Russell - or do I have the wrong impression of his thing?
Tbh I'm not really the right person to ask having only seen Silver Linings and American Hustle from him prior to this. Is it different in feel to both of those - yes.