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. London Fields (2018) [Crime/Mystery/Thriller] Rated R London Fields is a ridiculously over the top film that showcases how gorgeous Amber Heard is. With her impeccable and bold fashion choices plus deadly beauty, Nicola Six is definitely an interesting character, compelling, and even fascinating until everything is revealed that made her... ...a little less interesting. The plot is intriguing but the third act's editing is so messy and when it finally lost its mystery, everything became so chaotic and just disappointing. Jim Sturgess performance is the exact definition of overacting that it became so annoying. Nevertheless, it's admirable that the actors are so committed to giving a great performance despite the ridiculous plot. I've watched the Director's Cut and I still have issues with its editing, and so it's no surprise people call the theatrical release version trash. Imagine if the director’s cut did not exist, maybe this is another one-star review or I may not have finished the film at all! .

Poster for Inception I made yesterday when I was bored lol, hope y'all like it.

Mel Ferrer was born today 102 years ago. Most well known for being the first husband to Audrey Hepburn, they started together in the 1957 TV film Mayerling about the real life Mayerling incident in which the Crown Prince of Austria and his lover in a murder-suicide in 1889.

REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐🌠 A Star is Born (2018) Love Story Musical. There had been a handful of remakes and reinterpretation of A Star is born and i saw a couple before this so it was not a surprise storywise but what is so special about this is the amazing performances of both Gaga and Bradley, they both have such an electric chemistry together, amazing songs and strong direction by debutant Bradley Cooper. The movie goes at fast pace even the emotional heavy scenes feel fast, A Star is born take a breath at the last minutes and gives an excellent heart tearing ending performance and fades black with it.

Inside No:9 | Netflix 2014 | UK | imdb:8.4 | pp:7.8 | per 30 min | 5. Season Anthology series which mixes dark humor with genres like crime, horror or drama. The show invites viewers into some very different No.9s, where the ordinary and mundane rub shoulders with the extraordinary and macabre.

A story which justifies the hype it created before even releasing. There's alot to the other than just big names. The contribution of Zoya Akhtar's whole team is brilliant and is visible throughout. The film has a gripping narrative. It has a lot of parallel stories which are quite clear due to Zoya's brilliant directing. Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt have delivered great performances which were expected. Siddhant Chaturvedi is also a delight to watch. The authenticity of the film if commendable.

A story which justifies the hype it created before even releasing. There's alot to the other than just big names. The contribution of Zoya Akhtar's whole team is brilliant and is visible throughout. The film has a gripping narrative. It has a lot of parallel stories which are quite clear due to Zoya's brilliant directing. Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt have delivered great performances which were expected. Siddhant Chaturvedi is also a delight to watch. The authenticity of the film if commendable.

🎬 광대들: 풍문조작단(Jesters: The Game Changers, 2019) 💡 12세 관람가 ⠀ 성 : 신박한 부분은 재밌었지만, 곳곳에 미흡한 부분들은 거슬린다. 🌝🌝 지 : 연기 잘하는 배우들과 꽤 괜찮은 컨셉 🌝🌝🌝 ⠀

Vertigo (1958) directed by Alfred Hitchcock. A retired detective agrees to help find out where his friends wife goes all day and what has caused her recently strange behaviour.

TRAIN TO BUSAN (2016) tells the fictional zombie-ridden tale about the excruciating ride aboard the ill-fated locomotive that left behind a trail of zombified mortals and mystified survivors in its unfortunate wake. This motion picture hurtles along with the fast-paced motion of the cursed train and thus never allows you to bat an eyelid even while the macabre proceedings are unfolding before the viewer. When a dazed young woman enters the departing train bound for Busan with a sharp bite would in her leg, the quaint atmosphere in the train suddenly starts descending into a never-ending tailspin. She bites a train attendant, who also turns into a zombie; and thus begins a geometric progression of zombie multiplication throughout the length and breadth of the train and, thus, the movie. Meanwhile, a workaholic father decides to mend his fractured relationship with his daughter and separated wife when he accedes to his daughter's birthday request of taking her to meet her mother in Busan. How this father-daughter pair, accompanied by varied passengers, try to survive the bloodcurdling events forms the rest of the heart-wrenching plot. A simple story coupled with great storytelling form the two major ingredients of this 2016 Korean mega-blockbuster. The lucid plot only allows the adroit director Yeon-Sang ho to entirely focus on extracting the best performances and pacing the movie swiftly. This well-executed thriller reinforces the might of the indomitable human spirit in times of catastrophe with aplomb.

Spent this Fall like morning, hanging with The New Kids. I dig these retro VHS slipcovers and for $9, and didn't see the harm in a blind buy. Right off the bat, I immediately noticed that this is one of the better transfers from Mill Creek's retro line. Word is that this is a recent HD scan from Sony and it shows! With no bonus content, the feature gets all of the BD-25 disc space to itself. That said, the soundtrack just may be the star of the show. The cheesy, indie rock will bring some giggles, but the full blown training montages will have many in stitches. I caught myself with more than a few silly grins. Seeing a young Eric Stoltz, Lori Loughlin, and James Spader is worth the price alone, but the Tom Atkins appearance should persuade the hesitant.

Maheshinte Prathikaaram (2016)⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ Direction:⁣ @dileeshpothan ⁣⁣⁣ Production:⁣ @aashiqabu ⁣⁣⁣ Cinematography:⁣ @shyju.khalid ⁣⁣⁣ Music:⁣ @bijibal ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣screenplay: @syampushkaran ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ *ing⁣ @fahadhfaasil @soubinshahir @anusree_luv @aparna.balamurali @lijomol.jose @dileeshpothan ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣

THE 1999 REWATCH - 41. EdTV (1999; written by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel; directed by Ron Howard) . 🌮🌮🌮 1/2 (3 1/2 tacos) . MEMORIES: I saw EdTV in theaters. I know I did. I remember seeing it at the AMC Grapevine Mills. For some reason, though, I’m not sure if this was one I saw with friends or family. Whatever the case may be, I know I enjoyed this movie, but it slipped through the cracks over the years. . REVIEW: While it is easy to see why that is, I do think EdTV turned out to be far more relevant and prescient than anyone would have expected. The film is a dissection of reality TV culture before reality TV culture actually existed. It’s so bizarre to see how this film called life’s shot. This is kind of a hidden gem among the films of 1999. It was brushed off as a Truman Show rip off, but it is driving in a different lane on the same highway. EdTV approaches things clearly from a comedic standpoint. Truman Show has its funny moments, but that film is definitely more of a drama. Matthew McConaughey was still at an early point in his career and his charm had yet to be well-known enough to sell tickets. He also teamed up with Woody Harrelson for the first time, and those two are a lot of fun on screen. EdTV is a better movie than people give it credit for a wealth of reasons. It is a great satire that uses humor to make a pretty profound statement on celebrity. It feels like the window has passed for this film to find its audience later in life, but I do hope that EdTV arrives on a streaming service at some point and earns a surprise resurgence in popularity. Or... any kind of popularity, for that matter. . QUOTE: “I’m gonna go take a piss. Wish me luck.” .


#MovieReview: last night I got the chance to revisit #DarkCastle's #HouseOnHauntedHill! Format: #Bluray 💿 Synopsis: An amusement park mogul offers a group of diverse people $1,000,000 to spend the night in a haunted house with a horrifying past. Film: 7/10. Mainstream horror was a bit average in the 90's. For every Scream, there were some dire efforts. As a result, when Dark Castle came into existence I was very happy. I followed them from day one. The earliest efforts are the best, and I've always had a soft spot for this film. It's good fun, with a few scares and some gore here and there. The production design is excellent, and helps set the tone. Characters get just enough development for you to like them, or, in this case - to hate most of them and look forward to their demise. Rush is entertaining, clearly enjoying hamming it up. My favourite part of the film remains #JeffreyCombs as Vannacutt. It's a small part, but the short segment where Price witnesses him on the CCTV has always stuck with me. The walk looks awesome. The film is really only let down by a finale that sadly devolves into a CGI-fest. Have you seen this film? 👀 💭 Post your thoughts below! Video: 8/10. A pretty solid transfer. It's supposedly a new master, and it does look quite nice. Levels are generally good, as is the detail on show. Some shots have a little softness, but that's mostly where CGI is involved. That can range from looking excellent to quite poor, but it's source related. All in all, I'm happy with the end result. Audio: 8.5/10. A hugely enjoyable, showy track. It may lack a little finesse, but it makes up for it with plenty of energy. Consistent surround usage, good bass, clear dialogue, and some well mixed soundtrack cuts make this plenty of fun to listen to. #MoofieMeter: 7/10. Cast: #GeoffreyRush, #FamkeJanssen, #TayeDiggs, #PeterGallagher, #ChrisKattan, #AliLarter Director: #WilliamMalone Studio: #ShoutFactory, #ScreamFactory @shoutfactory Genre: #horror, #mystery, #thriller Year: #1999 #HomeTheater #HomeCinema #movie #film #MovieCollection #BlurayCollection #PhysicalMedia #MovieManiac #MovieBuff #Cinephile 269th of 2019
Movie Name: Unforgiven . "Insightful, genre-recreating, Unforgiven tops and redefines western movies. While most light shines on Clint Eastwood’s direction and performance as lead actor, the film as amazing supporting characters who don’t hurt but rise movie’s firmness. No thrill comes cheap in Clint Eastwood’s final western movie, Unforgiven.” . SharpRatings: 10 -

#Masterpiece. . When it comes to #ClintEastwood’s career I believe his western movies might be top of everybody’s favorite list, yet #Unforgiven is considered to be his work till date. His final movie in the genre Unforgiven is not only swan song for Eastwood’s western movies but also Hollywood’s. Unforgiven changed the way we saw movies, especially Western while there are many classics Unforgiven proved you don’t need mindless cowboy action but films can be dramatic and moving at the same time. Clint Eastwood might give his best work as actor and director both but somehow academy didn’t say that since he never won Best Actor Oscar for it proving Eastwood might never win it now since this was his best and probably last chance. Unforgiven follows a gunslinger, William Munny (Eastwood) who is recruited to take revenge against law enforcers of a town where the prostitute was beaten and scarred. The westerns was a different time, a time where heroes didn’t wear a cape, nor they did it for the fans. Heroes, gunslingers, and outlaws were doing it for one thing that made the Western move, money. Unforgiven portrays same William Munny is a killer, plain and simple, he is a legend forgotten. He has human feelings but basically, he is unrepentant. He retired after the death of his wife, but as many changes, it wasn't permanent. He is a classic anti-hero. Eastwood is not alone, he is surrounded by the amazing supporting cast, #GeneHackman, #MorganFreeman, and #Rubinek. Who all are so powerful with their characters material. Clint Eastwood masterfully deconstructs the American western with this stirring epic. Formerly a star of such westerns, Eastwood confronts the genre's hallmarks and asks us to consider moral ambiguity in relation to violence. -CONTINUED IN COMMENTS
Today is a very special Sunday. The first instant noodle was marketed on this day in 1958. So I had to nail my film choice. Thank you Peter O'Toole. I may have found my new Sunday shirt. We've had a couple of dates and I think she might just be the one. And my Ramen game had to be on point. Of course start with Nissin (happy anniversary) Top Ramen for the base. Todays accoutrements. Egg. Mushroom. Chili Paste. Garlic. Meatballs. Today is turning out pretty fucking proper.

BlacKkKlansman (2018) review: [8.5/10] This movie was heavy! Let's start off with that. The politics were very heavy and massively huge. It really brought all the racism that happened back in the old days. But boy was this movie entertaining. It was really intense. And smart. It really got 90% of the KKK correctly. And all the mass and crazy stuff that went back in that era. The idea was really smart. It really brought the essence of it. The actings were nice. Starting from John David Washington's acting, and Adam Driver. Don't forget Topher Grace! Man, I haven't seen Topher Grace since like Spider-Man 3. It's been a long time. The camera angles used in this movie was also nice. The storywriting is mindblowing actually. It mixed the fun and the intensity of the whole thing. And turned into one big movie. Overall, The movie rocked. Camera angles. Storywriting. Actings. Abd just the whole basic plot. It was intense but entertaining. It did put a lot of politics in it. (Especially at the very end) The very end had a real event that happened in like 2017. And the whole American rasism politic stuff. With David Duke and other members. Let's just wish the best for the people who got killed there. - Fun Fact: According to the editor of the movie, There were no deleted scenes at all, Which is a very rare thing in the movie industry. -

Do you care for sunsets/sunrise? I don’t. I’m more of a sky person, in general. I like the clouds, their speed. I like them gray and white. The sun has always just been there, in the background. I’m indifferent to it’s presence in my line of sight.

the 'Go To Sleep.' sweater

Never Fear. Ida Lupino. 1949. I’ve hardly heard an Arcade Fire song for a decade, but The Body is a Cage from their sophomore album Neon Bible was the first thing that came to mind when I decided to watch Ida Lupino’s semi-autobiographical polio portrait Never Fear. “I'm standing on a stage Of fear and self-doubt It's a hollow play But they'll clap anyway My body is a cage that keeps me From dancing with the one I love” The multihyphanate talent herself was suddenly struck down by the crippling disease in 1934. She lost a Paramount contract as a result and wondered if she would ever be productive again. "I realized that my life and my courage and my hopes did not lie in my body. If that body was paralyzed, my brain could still work industriously...If I weren't able to act, I would be able to write. Even if I weren't able to use a pencil or typewriter, I could dictate." Hers are some of the most truly inspirational sentiments I’ve ever read. I’ve always favored the mind over the body and find the loss of mental capacity far more terrifying than any physical affliction. I’ve only been briefly bedridden on account of a ruptured appendix at age twenty-two. This led to the temporary derailing of my legal education, but more lastingly, it left me with an appreciation for life’s fragility.

Marie Antoinette (2006) Dir. Sofia Coppola

Her (2013) Dir. Spike Jonze

I love how this scene plays out as a western duel. The cowboy-like silhouettes wait for the frail black-coated man in a deserted landscape. Paul Thomas Anderson absolutely nails this confrontation between Eli (Paul Dano) and Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis). By burying him in the oil-soaked ground, Daniel asserts his domination and menace over his adversary whom he accuses of not having healed his deaf son yet. The picturesque blue sky and clouds reversed as a reflection in the oil puddle is not only a beautiful image but a brilliant foreshadowing. Eli's going down, no matter his divine protection, he's going down. It would be impossible to finish this up without mentioning Day-Lewis' performance. He is so magnificently immersed in his character that he's no longer playing him. If I were Paul Dano, I would have been scared to death while shooting this scene. . . . THERE WILL BE BLOOD, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007.

There's no shame in admitting Kevin Smith's absurd walrus body horror comedy is a personal favorite of mine. Good or bad, the bottom line is simple: it exists and even if you think something is disastrous, its existence should be inspirational whatever way you take from it. The placement of the Blu-ray in the snapshot is the exact seat I sat in at the premiere five years ago when Cinefamily's Black Card members were guests of A24's for the premiere, meaning everyone in that row got a REAL good view up close of Mr. Tusk when revealed in his ghoulish glory. That weekend, my friend Brian on the East Coast relayed a story of a girl in his screening that repainted the carpets with the color and stink of vomit at the reveal. A macabre joy came from that news, to know visceral horror was alive and well in Kevin Smith's hands, of all people. In hindsight, it's also a bittersweet memory to reflect on as many of us were an elbow's length away from the late Michael Parks, full of vivacious life as he walked the Vista lobby and talked to all that entered his circle.

Jauja (2014) Dir. Lisandro Alonso Movie from:🇦🇷🇩🇰🇫🇷🇲🇽🇳🇱🇺🇸 Duration: 1h50min

Prison Break | Büyük Kaçış ✨ 2005-2008 2017- | USA | Imdb: 8.4 | pp:9 | 44m | 5 season Action, Crime, Drama Due to a political conspiracy, an innocent man is sent to death row and his only hope is his brother, who makes it his mission to deliberately get himself sent to the same prison in order to break the both of them out, from the inside. İdam cezasına çarptırılmış abisini hapisten kurtarmak için hapse giren bir mühendisin, ülkenin tüm güvenlik güçleri ve suçlularına karşı verdiği strateji savaşını anlatan dizi; 2008 yılında final yapsa da, efsane 2017 de geri döndü.

🎥 Happy 61st birthday to Tim Burton! 🎉🎂🎉 I’ll forever be a huge admirer of many of his films including “Edward Scissorhands” and “Beetlejuice”, but my absolute favorite film of his is still ”Ed Wood” which I also think features Johnny Depp’s best performance. 🎥🎥🎥🎥🎥 What’s your favorite Tim Burton film? Please let me know in the comments!

BOOM 💥 La Casa de Papel | Money Heist ✨ 2017- | Spain | IMDb:8.6 | pp:8 | 70 min | 3 season Action, Crime, Mystery Dizi; 8 hırsızın, ispanya kraliyet darphanesini ele geçirmeleri ve polisle aralarında geçen strateji oyunlarını ele alıyor. Ilk iki sezonda banka soygunu gerceklestirmiye çalışan ekip, 3. Sezonda yeni bir maceraya konuk oluyor. Eight thieves take hostages and lock themselves in the Royal Mint of Spain as a criminal mastermind manipulates the police to carry out his plan. A group of very peculiar robbers assault the Factory of Moneda and Timbre to carry out the most perfect robbery in the history of Spain and take home 2.4 billion euros. In third season new adventures wait to characters Enjoy to spanish ✌️😉

Director Guy Maddin's interpretation of the Alfred Hitchcock classic Vertigo, pieced together using footage from old films and television shows shot in and around the San Francisco area. From the acclaimed director of The Saddest Music In The World and My Winnipeg, this is one not to miss. See it now as part of our Previously Unreleased series: