Forum

Poll

Favourite Spyro the Dragon boss?
View Results
First | Previous | Page 38 of 38
1 2 3 ... 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Last movie you watched.
TheToyNerd Gold Sparx Gems: 2137
#1851 Posted: 13:45:10 14/01/2019
Believe the hype, my dude! Support creators doing innovative things in film animation
Felines Diamond Sparx Gems: 8263
#1852 Posted: 17:20:20 14/01/2019
I was skeptical about it since the hype is similar to The Lego Movie, which I'm sorry to say I didn't like very much. But perhaps this one will be different.
---
Real friends will be there... when you need them the most.
IsisStormDragon Platinum Sparx Gems: 7127
#1853 Posted: 23:47:00 20/01/2019
Aquaman.

That was fun.
TheToyNerd Gold Sparx Gems: 2137
#1854 Posted: 00:23:30 27/01/2019
The LEGO Movie 2: Second Part

Caught an early screening today. You all know me... the first LEGO Movie is my favorite film of all time. This film had a lot of expectations to fill. Safe to say, though... I thought it was really fun. I felt this film felt really expansive and ambitious. The animation, once again, is stellar. The story is really cool and way better than the original, I feel. The only thing that really puts it below the original is the comedy. It's funny, sure, but unlike the OG, I feel like the comedy got in the way too much for me to really enjoy it. They were cramming in jokes a mile a minute and not all of them really worked. It's a shame too, because there's a lot of creative elements here, but some of the comedy will probably date the film and make it hard to really recommend it to someone who already didn't care for the original.
All in all, a good film with some great animation and a touching story.

7/10
Carmelita Fox Diamond Sparx Gems: 9285
#1855 Posted: 20:05:15 10/02/2019
lego movie 2. not bad at all!
WAMBurt1984 Green Sparx Gems: 192
#1856 Posted: 20:45:44 10/02/2019
Watch Lego Movie 2 and Alita Battle Angel. Love Unikitty and fall in love with Alita.
---
Big Spyro & Sparx fan
ZapNorris Platinum Sparx Gems: 5055
#1857 Posted: 02:07:02 11/02/2019
Lego Movie 2

disappointed they went the "anti-masculine" route.
---
Why does nobody want change?
(the video in the link changes often. check it)
Vespi Blue Sparx Gems: 857
#1858 Posted: 03:41:45 11/02/2019
Batman Ninja

It was just crazy enough for me to love it. I really liked most of the designs as well, especially Catwoman's.
ThunderEgg Green Sparx Gems: 273
#1859 Posted: 17:26:39 11/02/2019
Quote: Vespi
Batman Ninja

It was just crazy enough for me to love it. I really liked most of the designs as well, especially Catwoman's.



That's a funny coincidence! Me and a friend have been talking about seeing Batman Ninja. Interesting to see it pop up again outside of that context.
---
I AM ETERNAL!
Vespi Blue Sparx Gems: 857
#1860 Posted: 21:15:42 11/02/2019
Quote: ThunderEgg
Quote: Vespi
Batman Ninja

It was just crazy enough for me to love it. I really liked most of the designs as well, especially Catwoman's.



That's a funny coincidence! Me and a friend have been talking about seeing Batman Ninja. Interesting to see it pop up again outside of that context.


It was honestly excellent. It's a really awesome blend of superhero and anime/super sentai tropes that just... kinda works really well? It's not exactly an innovative film, but the voice acting is pretty good and its a fantastic movie to just turn off your brain and have a bunch of dumb fun watching.
Sesshomaru75 Platinum Sparx Gems: 5468
#1861 Posted: 00:04:40 13/02/2019
Incredibles 2. Really enjoyed myself while watching it. Much like Finding Dory, this sequel is about on par with the original for me personally.
---
The weather will never stop my drip
TheToyNerd Gold Sparx Gems: 2137
#1862 Posted: 00:16:57 13/02/2019
Quote: Sesshomaru75
Incredibles 2. Really enjoyed myself while watching it. Much like Finding Dory, this sequel is about on par with the original for me personally.



On Parr???

———

I saw two movies tonight. Anastasia and Isle of Dogs.

Anastasia was stupid and weird. I have no idea who decided to make Rasputin an evil zombie wizard, but I want to congratulate you on ruining/saving this dull ass movie. 4/10

Isle of Dogs is a completely different beast. I loved it so much! So visually striking and compelling. Everything is so reserved and chill. It was honestly hypnotic. It kinda dragged near the latter half. I don’t know entirely what it was, but I was almost bored by it at a point. Almost. Still really good though! 8.5/10
Sesshomaru75 Platinum Sparx Gems: 5468
#1863 Posted: 00:20:20 13/02/2019
god damn it
---
The weather will never stop my drip
Beemo Gold Sparx Gems: 2396
#1864 Posted: 05:14:13 13/02/2019
The last movie that I watched was the infamous "Producer's Cut" of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, which is the sixth installment in the movies' franchise. This particular version actually was the "original" cut of the film, until the studio decided to do reshoots after negative test audience feedback. This version, known as the "Theatrical Cut," was released instead, and is considered by many to be a terrible Halloween film.

In this film, Michael's motivation to kill is finally "explained." When Michael was a child, he had a "curse" put on him. This curse is known as "Thorn," and its origins dates back to the ancient Celtic Druid times. This "curse" works by making its victim gain superhuman strength, and invulnerability, and in order for the hex to be lifted, everyone involved in your bloodline must be eradicated. Afterwards, the "curse" would be passed onto another poor sap. There's a bit more to it than that, but for the sake of not making this too long, I'll end explanations at that.

A lot of fans hate this idea, and find it a lot more scarier that Michael has no "reasoning" towards his malevolent ways; he is just "pure evil" personified. I actually think this was a pretty interesting idea. It probably could have been executed better, though?

The atmosphere is great, and the acting is good. The mask used for the film has mixed reception, but I really love it. I find it looks really demented and evil. It's an improvement from the mask used in the fifth film, that's for sure. Michael's portrayals by George P. Wilbur and Allen Michael Lerner are really good, wicked, and brutal. The kills are okay, but I think the Theatrical Cut made them a bit better by adding some more gore to a few of them.

A lot of people tend to find the Theatrical Cut a confusing mess of a movie. I happen to agree with them. I prefer the Producer's Cut. This is how the film should have been released back in 1995.
robbiepayne97 Yellow Sparx Gems: 1379
#1865 Posted: 14:31:55 13/02/2019
How to Train Your Dragon (2010)
---
furry for 8 years and counting! <3
I'm a fox. Rainbow Starfox the Fox ^.^
Felines Diamond Sparx Gems: 8263
#1866 Posted: 14:55:04 13/02/2019
Quote: robbiepayne97
How to Train Your Dragon (2010)


Want to watch that and the second as I wait for the third and most likely last one.
---
Real friends will be there... when you need them the most.
Bifrost Platinum Sparx Gems: 6214
#1867 Posted: 15:02:09 03/03/2019
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, the Andy Serkis one.

HOLY ****. This movie is brutal. A sight for sore eyes after the Disney one where everything was a bit too goofy; also chaotic neutral Kaa is way better.
---
I do art!
IF YOU HAVE TO ASK, IT'S TOO LATE
Chompy-King257 Gold Sparx Gems: 2511
#1868 Posted: 02:58:55 07/03/2019
LEGO Movie 2. It was good, but not the best. I certainly enjoyed it, but I also felt like it just didn’t have the same heart or humor to it as the first two.

If I had to rank the movies so far in order, I’d have to say it’s:
1. LEGO Batman Movie
2. LEGO Movie
3. LEGO Movie 2
4. LEGO Ninjago
---
i belong to the skyrim
IsisStormDragon Platinum Sparx Gems: 7127
#1869 Posted: 04:40:35 09/03/2019
The first two Jurassic Park movies. Haven't watched the movies in awhile, so rewatching them.
Vespi Blue Sparx Gems: 857
#1870 Posted: 20:30:56 18/03/2019
Venom

I don't think I've liked a superhero movie less, and as the self proclaimed queen of Marvel, I'm surprised. Batman v Superman had more depth and personality than this complete waste of two hours. There was one good action scene, and the symbiote itself was very well written, but everything else was a complete mess. The acting was all over the place, the writing was awful, the CGI felt cheap, the only positive things I can say I already covered.
Also Kleatus Cassidy looked like Ronald McDonald, I hated it.
Carmelita Fox Diamond Sparx Gems: 9285
#1871 Posted: 03:09:16 10/04/2019
Shin Godzilla

What a wonderful movie! I was impressed by the movie's ability to take the most boring part of a typical Godzilla movie (the humans) and actually make it quite interesting. It reminded me a lot of Doctor Strangelove at points. I don't think people who just wanna see big monster fights will like this movie as much, but this movie's version of Goji is still a spectacle to behold and is actually quite disturbing.
semp123 Yellow Sparx Gems: 1835
#1872 Posted: 07:46:04 13/04/2019
Takeshi Kitano's Hana-bi/Fireworks

Been itching to see this for a while, and it didn't disappoint. Only seen one Kitano movie before this (+ some of Takeshi's Castle), so I'm looking forward to checking out what else he's worked on. Seems like his films have got a knack for mixing brutality with more lighthearted elements in a way that still feels sincere.
Edited 1 time - Last edited at 07:48:26 13/04/2019 by semp123
First | Previous | Page 38 of 38
1 2 3 ... 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Please login or register a forum account to post a message.

Username Password Remember Me