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Tarantino keeps on doing movies just as an excuse to masturbate to feet. I wager a lot of female actors will out him as a feet rapist when he's an old bastard.
2 years 1 month ago
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Disney came back to its roots and made a nazi propaganda film full of rats.
2 years 1 month ago
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Lmaoing at people that pretend this movie is deep or thoughtful. With obvious shots of Scarjo picking up an ant of the womans body or her letting men chase her into darkness until they disappear, you can tell the director is an idiot or has been sniffing his own farts for far too long.

Why would you even put the ant shot making it seem like shes way more advanced than humans that we are just ants to her THEN driving a van the rest of the movie, literally relying on ant technology.

This movie is just dumb. If you want to make a movie about prostitution don't use a fucking alien.
2 years 2 months ago
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WHAT

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2 years 3 months ago
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The family should have died when the fumigation smoke entered their home like the pests they are.
2 years 4 months ago
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NOOO NOT THE LE WOOFER DOGGO MLEM NOOOOOOOOO NOT THE LE LONGBOI BARKER SNOOTER PUPPERINO PUPPER NOOOOOOOO UR DOIN ME A HECKIN FRIGHTEN BY HURTING THE BLEPPER DOGGER BORKER CHONKER FLOOFER I AM BAMBOOZLED
NOOOOOO NOT THE WOOFER DOGGO NOOOOOOOOO NOT THE HECKIN POOR GOODBOI PUPPERINO BORKER LONGBOI CLOUDY BOI NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NOT THE BAMBOOZLED MLEM BLEP BORKING FLUFFER DOGGERINO NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO YOUR DOIN ME A FRIGHTEN I'M SO ANGRY RIGHT NOW

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2 years 5 months ago
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Only an excellent horror movie would be able to jam in hilarious pieces and still be terrifying. Although the movie was almost 3 hours long, it didn't feel long at all. Perfect pacing, perfect atmosphere and a great monster that plays with the protagonists in funny and horrendous ways.

In my opinion, this is far better than the first one. I laughed my ass off and a shat on it too, a thing that I would've never thought possible before.
2 years 8 months ago
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If you ask any questions about the plot, you're racist. Now, give Mr Pelee another well deserved oscar for being black... I mean being an excellent film director even though this is just his second movie.
2 years 10 months ago
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Funny how all the people saying this movie was good have no avatars.
3 years 2 months ago
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Besides having a run time of over 2 hours the movie makes no effort to present their characters back stories. I found that I cared little to nothing for the protagonists nor the village itself.

Again, another netflix movie that crams in too much stuff and doesn't go deep into none of its themes, leaving only a shallow puddle of disappointment, long and boring disappointment.
3 years 4 months ago
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None of this would have happened if Sandra Bullock had an abortion.
3 years 4 months ago
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Give me that infinity stone or I will kill your partner, the movie.
3 years 4 months ago
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Who would have thought Dante had such a hobby for building houses.
3 years 5 months ago
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Had some forced moments but it was a great movie overall. Shame they didn't mention the song "Made in Heaven" since it has a nice story to end the movie with Freddie's death. Would have loved to see Freddie singing Made in Heaven in one take giving it all before dying.
3 years 6 months ago
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The movie is just as stupid as the director.
3 years 7 months ago
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The best part was when Mr Bean defeated Elon Musk by throwing an Ipad really hard to his neck.
3 years 7 months ago
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Movie is ok but it throws too many hints throughout the story to guess what's the big twist coming, making it too predictable to be a mistery movie. Maybe if it was a bit shorter and had less clues jammed down your throat it could be much better

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3 years 11 months ago
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This movie is not an adaptation from the novel, it's a travesty to it. The action happens in the digital age, with internet and social media and the internet, like that's going to work with the fireman theme of the novel. Now the firemen burn hard drives. In the digital age there are no books and it's VERY EASY to hide books in digital format so firemen would be beaten easily in this universe, it's just stupid.

The message of the movie changes from "society wants to have mindless distraction and books are dangerous because they're too complex and bring suffering" to "books are bad because I say so".

There are IA's in houses which serve no purpose at all. Drugs that erase memory which just serve for the MC to forget about his past with books. And firemen periscope their raids to the city like that's not gonna alert people to hide their books.

All of this nonsense is non-existant in the book. All added for no purpose. It stinks of a repurposed script which got a comb over to have Farenheit 451 over it's shiny bald head.
4 years ago
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BAZINGA
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4 years ago
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That shot of lolita reading on the grass while that crazy sprinkler had her all wet was the funniest scene I had ever seen on a romantic movie.
4 years ago
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WE
4 years ago
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Funny movie but it suffers a lot from being a masked documentary. The "plot" is boring because of this.
4 years ago
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Nathan is what a 13 year ld would think a company CEO would be. Hated the character.

In the end, this movie fails at the premise it sets out to achieve, which is interesting dialogue. Dialogue with an AI capable of competent speech and thought is something that has tons of potential because you're not dealing with a human being and you can play with that, a lot. Kaleb could have asked much more interesting questions that could result in a better development of the two characters.

He could have asked why she loved him or what she feels. He could have straight up undressed himself and see the reaction of AVA, or he could have literally asked Nathan to get inside AVA's room and have sex with her.

The movie, for some odd reason, goes on an existential tangent for 10 minutes where Caleb thinks he might be a robot himself. This comes out of the blue, there's not a good justification for it and it comes off as bad filler.

The escape sequence doesn't make much sense either. Seems like the writer got stuck in a roadblock and used Kioko as a deus ex machina (pun not intended). Kioko doesn't understand english and yet she understands AVA and helps her kill Nathan. It's also weird how Nathan, being th genius that he is, doesn't have a panic button or just a back door access to his robots to shut them off with a command word or button, more so when he's had experiences with rebellios AI's before.

TL DR: It's a decent movie with annoying characters and missed opportunity with the character's dialogue.
4 years 2 months ago
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This is the dumbest sci-fi I've ever watched. The science is just bullshit, you'd thik they take their science seriously with a full team of women scientists as the protagonists but, considering one of them is a psichologist you can already tell this film doesn't give a shit (what's a psychologist doing in this situation? it offers nothing to the research team).

As a thriller is also shit because it doesn't stick to one mistery. They dwell in other topics like cancer, psychological damage, cheating... and the supposed phenomena that they want to investigate is revealed just as they go inside the bubble.

Just straight up dumb.

PS: Someone tell the director to stop masturbating with the color orange.
4 years 2 months ago
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It’s very hard to make a 3 hour movie engaging the whole time, and BR2049 of course is no exception, just like the original. Scenes are dragged out with silences that end in simple uninteresting dialogue: the example I remember is HF offering more punches or a drink to Ryan and he picks up his gun in what it feels like a whole minute and just replies “i’ll take the drink”. Everyone knows what he’s about to say but you’re forced to stay in the scene because slow pacing.

Maybe I don’t like noir but yeah, this movie felt slightly above average.

Shotouts to Harrison Ford looking to the sides awkwardly while Ryan chokes the replicant girl to death, that was legitimately funny.
4 years 2 months ago

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