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all things movie/film/KINO/flick etc.! Chewy {Element Of Fortitude}!MUSIC.FbVYCountry code: blank.gif, country type: ponyflag, valid: 41988040[View All]

I have officially committed to watching just one film a day in addition to my regular reading. It will be a challenge, but I think I can do it. Once I genuinely commit to something, I can usually do it. It just takes willpower.

Right now it's The Tale Of Zaitochi (the original).

>pic related


EDIT: well the one film a day thing sure as hell didn't work out lol
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so my roommates and i are doing a double bill right now. we watched manos: the hands of fate, and the pregnant pauses in that movie could fill a maternity ward.

like, it's not...a lot has already been said about it, but i'm impressed at how dull and not scary it was. like, the movie was made on a bet that the director could make a horror movie, and i hope he lost that bet. like, the husband is horrifying with how much of a bad dad and husband he is; and i guess like...the bad cinematography is also pretty horrifying? the doberman and the poodle were my favorite parts, though i mean torgo is sorta funny and it's entirely obvious he's fucked up(apparently he was high on acid the whole time). him being a total creeper was...i guess part of the horror? anyway, it's a shitty movie but great when you've got friends and alcohol.

the second movie we watched was livid and it's a much better movie. it's in the style of new french extremity, while not having the garish excess of movies like inside and haute tension. it's very quiet and claustrophobic, it has some interesting ideas, and...well i can't quite tell how good the writing is because the copy of the movie we have is a bootleg. like, i was translating the movie for my roommates and was doing a better job than the subs. these subs had german words out of nowhere in it btws, so obvs i was a better translator.

it's a cool movie, but it's not fantastic, i'd rate it a 6/10. it's fun to discuss afterward, which is half of the fun to be had with it.
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>>42050811 but the original Westworld was good...

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>>41988040
Hey chewy i saw a good one last night you should check out, Hacksaw Ridge about a real guy who dragged 75 wounded soldiers off a battlefield. Good movie.

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>>42052950
It was awesome.

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>>42052950
>>42052955

Certainly very influential film.

The Yul Brenner Gunslinger is as famous as the Maria Maschinenmensch, Robby and Gort. The Terminator was directly based on him.

It's quite irritating how many dumbasses are unaware of it and automatically think you mean the HBO series.
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Chewy<Muzique Memelord>!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42058690

so uh

me and Mac watched this: Samurai Sword Princess Gore Movie

it's like a super cheesy action anime infused with horror comedy elements and with the violence/gore ratcheted up to 11

it is sooo disgusting but disgusting in ways that are so comical and campy and cartoonish that you can't help but laugh at it.

if you're not squeamish and can handle really dark stuff, I would recommend it. It was a fun and at times shocking watch, something that really could only come from Japan.

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>>42058690
I can't check the link at the moment, but from the sound of things you two might enjoy The Ultimate Teacher. It's a madcap anime from... I want to say the late '80s? Neppy and I had a great time with it.

Chewy<Muzique Memelord>!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42058700

>>42058694

I am looking to get into more 20th-century anime, I will look into it. ty

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>>42058700
Have you seen Arcade Gamer Fubuki?

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So, the remake of das Boot is finished filming and expected to premier before the end of this year. Clocking in at close to 8 hours. (The uncut original is 5).

People should see the original if they haven't already. And avoid reading any wiki pages or synopses, so the unexpected kick-in-the-gut ending has full effect.

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my roommates kinda sprung touch of evil on me. it's...good but...at the same time it just shows how sheltered orson wells was when he made that movie. like...everything is amped up to 11, and it's just...ultra noire for it's own sake. it's being remarkably edgy for a 1958 film and it feels like it's being edgy just because.

it's weird, because i'm usually a noire person. i adore detective stories, but this movie was just a little bit too ugly and cynical for me.
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Chewy<Muzique Memelord>!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42060114

No one replied to my thread about it a few days ago, so I'll post it here:

WARNING: HUGE SPOILERS FOR THE MOVIE 'SEARCHING'

I just got back from the theater seeing 'Searching', was curious if anyone else here knows of the film? Doesn't seem like there's a ton of hype about it, although it did get very positive reviews, and I can say with good reason, now that I've seen it.

It had a unique twist on the whole found footage format in the sense of, rather than a continuous camera "recording", the film's story was told through the feed of computer screens (a lot of it involving facetime videos), as well as news footage later in the film, and hidden cameras in one particularly clever scene.

it just felt like a really unique viewing experience that elevated it above being just another mystery/thriller movie, and on top of that, I like the angle it took with the protagonist being a single father who doesn't have a love interest, there was no shoehorned romance and I feel like single fathers (being portrayed in a positive light) are somewhat underrated these days.

The acting was totally solid, I found it convincing, it didn't feel over-acted or cheesy. when the film first started I was thinking "this is just gonna keep trying to be a heartstring tugger, huh" but once it got past the beginning the storytelling just got really brilliant honestly.

There were definitely a lot of things that weren't realistic, and a couple holes you could poke in how the plot developed, but overall it was really well-constructed with constant suspense and twists and fakeouts with how it would all end, until you get to the ending that I didn't see coming at all where BIGGEST SPOILERS OF THE ENTIRE FILM HERE BTW the MC's daughter is finally found, and she survives, and there's basically a happy ending.

there's a lot to unpack in this film in regards to parenting, loss, how the internet allows people to live different lives, etc.

one more thing, I was worried it would be boring because it was a crime film that was rated PG-13 but it was actually able to have a compelling narrative with only a tiny amount of violence or explicit content which I find commendable, it made you feel through the emotions of the characters and the mystery of the story rather than graphic violence, profanity, drugs etc.


taken from https://www.ponychan.net/oat/res/42059659.html which I posted on the 9th

Chewy<Muzique Memelord>!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42060317

I'm probably going to see The Predator on wednesday and before that I want to watch Mandy.

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Saw Heat yesterday and god...what a movie. It's easy to see the sort of influence and impact it had on other media, especially with the heists themselves and the way they are set-up. Just a real damn good film. After this and Manhunter, I am definitely watching the rest of Michael Mann's filmography.

I'll probably watch Taxi Driver tommorow for my next movie...or Possession...or Memories of Murder...or maybe a western. Too many choices.
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>>42060337
>Memories of Murder

I want to watch that, it seems well-respected as part of the Korean revenge/crime/mystery etc. canon, and I LOVE that shit.

I just watched Mandy and it was pretty good. The entire first half was like this super slow-paced setup for the second half to be all-out extreme violence revenge from Nicholas Cage and it was great. The lighting/color palette, vocal distortions, frequent slow-motion shots, were all used for considerable psychedelic effect. The revenge kills/fights were very satisfying, exactly the kind of brutal animalistic shit I love in revenge films.

Nicholas Cage gets shit on by a lot of people but honestly I think he is really a great actor who just gets put in a lot of shit films. A film like this really brings out his potential as a "serious" actor. His facial expressions and shouts of rage were just perfect, in fact I think he probably shouted wordlessly in pain or anger more than he actually spoke in the film. SPOILERS: The scene after he escapes being bound and gagged by barb wire after witnessing his wife being burned alive in front of him, and he goes into his bathroom in his underwear and takes a bottle of alcohol and drinks it and inbetween drinking he just screams, and then he starts pouring it on his wounds and screams more until he finally nearly collapses and just sits down and breathes heavily, that was just really fucking great acting.
Then there's the finale where he just stares menacingly at the final villain who is terrified of him and saying he can offer him salvation and as the lights flicker on and off Cage moves closer until the villain is in tears and going as far as to say that he will give Cage a blowjob if he spares him and then Cage just crushes his face inwards with his bare hands after saying "I am your god now" it was just like DAMN.


also a few people are recommending that I see The Nun instead of The Predator. Both of them got shit on hard by critics but The Predator at least sounds much more appealing to me.
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>>42060392
I wanna know more about the scene during the time he was tied up in barbwire.

How does one escape bondage in barbwire anyway? I grew up in an area with that shit, it's wicked.

Chewy<Muzique Memelord>!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42060401

>>42060399

he basically just forcefully pulled his bleeding hands out

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Surprising. I'm not seeing much outrage from Fox and Brietbart and the like over Fahrenheit 11/9.

In fact, it's getting better-than-expected reviews all around.

a lost pony!piNKiEPie.Country code: ponies-derpy.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42061363

>>42060401
Sounds pretty epic.

What movie is that again exactly?

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https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-45666350

Some people will never be satisfied.

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Live action Saint Oniisan coming in a couple weeks.

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Just watched Tokyo Gore Police with Mac, as the start of our watching extreme Japanese horror films for October/Halloween.

It might be the most fucked up/graphic/over-the-top etc. film I have ever seen!! How do people come up with this shit?? Lol.

Link to watch/download free/legally here: https://archive.org/details/TokyoGorePolice

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>>42062677
Have you ever watched Riki-O: The story of Ricky?

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>>42062679
not sure but I have heard of it

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>>42062679
OH FUCK YEAH BOI, HE FLEXES OUT OF CONCRETE AND TAKES RAZOR BLADES IN HIS MOUTH

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>>42062683
If you'd seen it, you'd know. Trust me.

That's the kind of movie you can't unsee.

a lost pony !piNKiEPie.Country code: ponies-derpy.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42062732

>>42062679

has he read the Story of O?

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>>42062677
chewy, you haven't watched martyrs or necromantic yet, have you?

also you need to see ichi the killer, that's a classic of gore cinema.

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>>42062814
I saw Martyrs and Ichi The Killer years ago

I'm more interested in over the top fun stuff than genuinely disturbing stuff btw

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>>42062834
Definitely check out Riki-O if you want over the top.

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>>42062889
alright

today we watched The Inspector Wears Skirts which we thought was gonna be an action movie but turned out to be 2% action and 98% awkward high-school drama except in the context of a special forces training camp instead of an actual school. In the 80s. With rollerblading and disco.

And every Japanese character had a western name and basically wore American clothes for some reason. So yeah it wasn't what we expected, but it was still pretty fun.

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>>42062892
forgot name

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>>42062892
To give you an example of how ridiculous the movie gets, at one point the main character's arm gets cut open and his tendon is severed, so he digs it out with his teeth, ties his tendons back together and continues fighting.

And that's one of the more passive scenes in the movie.

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>>42062940
like the scene where the main lead fights a guy in front of a cross and after the fight the guy pretends to kill himself by stabbing himself in the gut but as riki-oh goes up to check on him, he then pulls out his guts and tries to strangle him with them.

Chewy[No.1CoDfanOnPchan]!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42064302

We watched The Machine Girl.

The Machine Girl English Dubbed

another over-the-top campy japanese horror/action/comedy etc.

>bad dub alert
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Hollywood might be totally creatively bankrupt (FUCK YOU DISNEY REMAKES), but it's nice other countries are still holding onto artistic integrity.

https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2018/10/laika-movie-review-weirdly-charming-stop-motion-ode-to-the-first-space-dog/

Chewy[No.1CoDfanOnPchan]!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42064952

decided to axe the other thread and just post about it here:

I saw Bad Times At The El Royale at the theater tonight.

I didn't really have much expectations because I went into it barely knowing anything about it, but I was hugely impressed.

the critics who have compared it to Tarantino's style aren't wrong honestly.

it started off with the viewer not knowing anything about anyone and things not really making sense, but then the tension/suspense slowly builds and builds and the mysteries unravel and intertwine and then you just have one of the most intense endings ever--I would say shocking, almost.
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Chewy!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42067544

We watched a Thailand slasher flick called Macabre, aka Rumah Dara over Halloween weekend, had forgotten about this thread. Rumah dara full movie NSFW thumbnail/extremely NSFW film.

it's pretty grisly however if you've seen your fair share of horror movies then it's not that bad.

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I saw 'Widows' at the theater today. Pretty good movie.

It managed to do female (and minority) empowerment without feeling completely forced or unrealistic.

It wasn't a movie where badass hotties take on swaths of thugs with machine guns and knives or whatever, it was a movie that felt like it had a very human aspect to it, a blend of portraying vulnerability and desperation in the main characters but also motivation and courage. Most women (might be) physically weaker than most men, but I'll say this much, even the toughest men are still weak to a woman confidently pointing a gun.

The acting was top notch, especially Liam Neeson who is always great (even though he only played a small supporting role for once), and Viola Davis as Veronica Rowlings (whose intense, almost cold seriousness I found particularly compelling). Elizabeth Debicki as Alice Gunner also did a good job portraying a somewhat ditzy woman who still had guts and brains when it really mattered.

Almost all of the characters came from different walks of life, and some of them had development that radically changed how I viewed them by the end of the film, some in subtle ways, one in a much more "Holy shit did they actually just do that??" kind of way.

There was some pretty poignant social/political commentary scenes but it wasn't stuffed into the movie so much that it felt heavy-handed, I would not call it a political movie, it merely had some scenes that really exemplified some fucked up aspects of, I'll just say, the way the world and people are socially.

There was action and violence but it wasn't really the focus of the movie, I would call it much more of a thriller/drama than an action movie. But to be fair there were some pretty brutal scenes, one that was almost slightly hard to watch (it essentially involved the villain torturing a handicapped person) but I think these scenes were not in excess, they did a really good job driving home just how twisted the main bad guys are.

If I have any complaints, its that there were some parts of the plot that probably could have been cut to make it a shorter, slicker film, I did get bored during the less interesting character arch scenes.

Also, I think that the way one of the characters, let's say...meets their fate, felt super anti-climactic, had me kinda thinking "What? That's it?" but this wasn't the kind of movie that ended with some gigantic shootout or something.

I rate it a 7.5/10.

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Finally saw Soylent Green. It's a neat movie, and knowing the spoiler really didn't change my enjoyment of the film.

Watching Charlton Heston's character just come to the crushing realization that Soylent Green is people Is kinda neat to watch. Seeing people riot over Soylent, seeing bow awfully crowded everything is, it's like the entire movie is all about just slowly peeling this horrid Band-Aid off until you hit the realization that Soylent Green is people.

The film even let's you infer what Soylent Green is in the factory, Charlton Heston 's final famous final line is more a kind of despairing shriek than any kind of revelation. The direction is really tight, the pacing is really solid and everything just kinda falls into place like horrid Jenga pieces. It's worth a watch, mostly if you wanna see some 70s high concept sci-fi.

It's pretty misogynistic, but part of that comes from things just being so abjectly shitty that some women are reduced to furniture. I still have to mention it since like...well it's just staring me in the face. It's not bad because of it, but if you wanna see actual objectification in cinema, this is it. It's very educational in that regard. Like...in general Soylent Green is a good movie if you wanna learn about film theory. Like, I've taken classes on film theory and Soylent Green is great for teaching the basics of film theory.

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>>42068749
>I saw 'Widows' at the theater today. Pretty good movie.
I thought that was "Windows" for a minute, lol.

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>>42069393
Soylent green is great and all, but if you've really hit rock bottom as a society, making Soylent green out of cockroaches or crickets would be WAAAAY easier and more effecient than dead bodies.

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>>42069696
Much of the worlds population already eats lots of insect protein. It's very high quality.

The thing is, Soylent is also a great means of disposing of dissidents. Its a win/win.

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>>42069696
>Soylent green is great and all, but if you've really hit rock bottom as a society, making Soylent green out of cockroaches or crickets would be WAAAAY easier and more effecient than dead bodies

The film wasn't about being realistic though. It was a piece of high concept 70s sci-fi, it's about metaphors and using those metaphors to talk about real world issues. Tactical realism doesn't apply to a lot of them.

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>>42069716
>not about tactical realism

If it was, the "Scoops" would have to be a bit more effective than skip-loaders. No one would actually be trapped in those things and that they are gives the whole thing a truly surreal darkness that realistic effects couldn't accomplish.

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Does anyone know any good websites to TOTALLY LEGALLY (😉) stream full movies for free besides Netflix, Hulu, Youtube or Putlocker?

I am unsuccessfully trying to find the 1997 horror film Jack Frost in english.

Chewy!!Twilight SparkleCountry code: ponies-twilight.png, country type: ponyflag, valid: 1  42073571

Bump!

I found this great film reviewer on youtube, just happened to show up in my recs.

This is him tearing apart the Netflix adaptation of Death Note, which I found to be very well-done and entertaining: Netflix's DEATH NOTE Is Appalling

The thing I like about his videos is that he isn't just screaming and being overly-dramatic or attempting super cringey jokes constantly like most "reviewers" often do.

He talks a in a very calm, but still enthusiastic, manner, and goes into a lot of depth/detail with his critiques (or praise).


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