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Pan's Labyrinth ( laberinto del fauno, El )

Last post on 04/10/14 at 10:18 PM CT by mpol

Pan's Labyrinth is a very well-done film, but it's definitely not a kids' movie, nor is it for the faint of heart.  I wouldn't take kids to see Pan's Labyrinth.  It's too intense for kids, as many other movies are.


Last post on 04/10/14 at 03:29 AM CT by Sabrina

I actually thought the movie was hilarious. It was not the best movie I have ever seen, but watching the movie did make my night. Maybe this is because I also enjoy watching family guy, so the humor and jokes are familiar for me. 


Last post on 04/10/14 at 03:25 AM CT by Sabrina

I must say normally I am not a big fan of that all movies have to be 3d lately. But with Gravity it was different. The effects where amazing and Sandra Bullock her acting completely sucked me into the movie. I cannot wait to see it again. 

Muscle Shoals

Last post on 03/23/14 at 10:59 PM CT by Juan

This is a great documentary the music it's superb, memories flow like magic.

300: Rise of an Empire

Last post on 03/13/14 at 08:23 AM CT by smeagol

big fan of Eva , one thing in common the critics seem to be agreed on is that she is fantastic in this movie. looking forward to seeing it,no matter how it does she should get some good roles from 300.

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

Last post on 02/17/14 at 11:24 AM CT by Goombs

I had high expectations going this movie. I grew up with Jackass on MTV and must admit I still have an immature side which enjoys fart jokes and scat humor. This flick had a few moments of pretty funny gags that seemingly come out of no where (i.e. the element of surprise). The golf fish, the folding bed and the explosive diarrhea are the funniest parts of the movie the rest was just filler. Knoxville should leave the inter-spliced reality- scripited type movies to Sacha Baron …

The Town (2010)

Last post on 02/17/14 at 09:57 AM CT by mpol

I feel that The Town had the potential for being a very good, or even a great movie right up there with West Side Story, but it fell woefully short of that potential, due to a mediocre cast, an immature script, an ending that fell flat, and the persistence of stereotypes, as well as many over-the-top shoot-out scenes.  I also dislike the message that The Town conveys to me personally;  that people don't have to be held accountable for what they do, and that anything goes.

The Human Race

Last post on 02/11/14 at 09:17 PM CT by Chris Kavan

I mainly have this on my radar because the premise reminds me a lot of the Stephen King novel "The Long Walk". Hopefully it's more of a homage than a ripoff - I'll keep my eye out for this one.


Last post on 02/06/14 at 10:32 AM CT by Owen McKenna

I watched this movie years ago. Forgot all about it. I remember it being funny. Ill have to watch it again.

The Revenant (2009)

Last post on 01/29/14 at 04:55 AM CT by smeagol

i saw this after reading this in the forum. yeah good film very different to most others. well worth watching.

Wall, The ( Wand, Die )

Last post on 01/21/14 at 09:28 PM CT by Juan

This film is Kafka no matter how you look at it well rendered very low budget and yet very creative visually as well the use of sound or none to isolate or switch mind and real or whatever is time and space within the mind the film can be tiring and slow but so is the mind when reasons. 

Grandmaster, The ( Yi dai zong shi )

Last post on 01/21/14 at 09:12 PM CT by Juan

This is a very well made film with a different take at martial arts films , the photography is top notch the acting is excellent great director the atmosphere is highly stylized perhaps too much and still is an action film pack with fast actions and cutting .  

Knights of Badassdom

Last post on 01/05/14 at 03:30 AM CT by Azerafel

That's good news - I feel like I've been waiting for this movie for the better part of half my life.  I would be stoked for a 2014 release.  And I'm with you on hoping for the best; it's sounded so awesome from the moment I heard of it that if it turns out decidedly less so it would be a major disappointment.

50 to 1

Last post on 12/13/13 at 11:34 AM CT by Ellen

Am hoping that this indie film gets some wide distribution.  I  love movies about underdogs.  The cast looks to be excellent with one of my favorite actors, Christian Kane appearing in it.


Last post on 11/19/13 at 08:10 PM CT by Su Zany

This is a pre-discussion.I haven't seen this movie - but it's not because I don't want to. In fact, I spent several hours tracking all of the possible places it was playing. I live in Wisconsin. The closest theater I found was Omaha, Nebraska. Why do I want to see this movie? Because it is one of the few movies where my husband and I meet. We've enjoyed Fahrenheit 9/11, Life Is Beautiful and GasLand together. He likes slapstick, humour, animation. We both like science fiction but never the …

Saving Mr. Banks

Last post on 11/01/13 at 03:32 PM CT by Taz

If you are planning on seeing this movie I highly recommend watching The Sherman Brothers first. It is a great documentary and the the Sherman brothers will play a role in this movie.

So This is Christmas

Last post on 10/12/13 at 04:43 AM CT by Su Zany

I've seen A, B, C and even some D-list movies. But this one is a definite F. Can they even call them actors and directors if neither happened? Seriously, don't waste your time.

The Conjuring

Last post on 10/02/13 at 01:33 PM CT by Tjommi

Thank you guys for your thoughs about this movie, as I was wondering wether to watch it or not. Now I know that I want to watch it.

Warm Bodies

Last post on 10/02/13 at 06:21 AM CT by LeeAnn M.

I love how we have different opinions about zombies and talk about the variations of zombies: fast, slow, lovable, uncaring, undead, able to revert back to prezombie human. I love all the new movies that open up this discussion! I'm not usually the fan of this kind of cinema, but Zombieland, Warm Bodies, and World War Z have all been very different from each other, but still very entertaining for me.

The Purge (2013)

Last post on 09/30/13 at 07:48 AM CT by CptSpaulding

This Thriller, (not a horror movie)I loved it.And nicely done, excellent plot, excellent actors.Personally, I found it very realistic, not so much for the "want to help others," but for realism and cynicism of the neighbors.The hatred envy, accumulated during the year, caused by is protagonist, who do not realize that sometimes silence in silence and better.Realistic, wonderful,My vote: 10 +

Prisoners (2013)

Last post on 09/23/13 at 07:28 PM CT by Chris Kavan

I wasn't too thrilled by the trailers - but it looks like this is one I will have to check out as reviews have been positive. I probably won't catch it in theaters, but it has a spot reserved on my "to watch" list now.

The World's End

Last post on 09/17/13 at 07:34 PM CT by Chris Kavan

Silly - yes - but I though it was excellent and right in line with the previous Pegg/Wright/Frost films - if not the best in the series. I was worried it was going to go too far off the rails, but I couldn't have been happier with the results. As of right now, it's my favorite film of the year.

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Last post on 09/16/13 at 11:38 AM CT by smeagol

i,ll have to see this one by the sound of it.

This is the End

Last post on 09/16/13 at 11:37 AM CT by smeagol

worst film of 2013 , bad acting. unfunny silly and stupid and thats being kind. it made the worlds end look good n that sucked as well  lol

Last of the Dogmen

Last post on 08/31/13 at 07:22 AM CT by bamoviegirl

I think Last of the Dogmen is a great movie. Love Barbar Hershey. I am a Babara Hershey fan. It's also a family movie. Love everything about Last of the Dogmen.if you haven't seen it then you need to. I have it

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