Discussion in 'The STAGE48 Lobby' started by CDevil, Jul 6, 2007.
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) - 8/10
Burning (2018) - 8/10
Roma (2018) - 8/10
The Ballads of Buster Scruggs (2018) - 6/10
Anthology tales of the old west but with coen's brother touch and twist on it. Not their best works to date, quiet whimsical. things started interesting by the third and next stories after
Spider-man Into the Spider-verse.
5 of 5 stars.
It all comes together -- animation, story, characters. I think it was a fun watch. Marvel totally killed it this year starts with Black Panther through Avengers Infinity War and Ant-Man and the Wasp ending with this.
10/10,my favorite action movie of all time
The Sisters Brothers (2018) - 7/10
They Shall not Grow Old (2018) - 8/10
"Only" nineteen, because it took some liberties with the truth.
But overall, and especially the final sequence desserve 20/20
I wish Rami Maleck can catch the Oscar for his amazing performance.
Kramer vs. Kramer - 7/10
What a Wonderful Family! 3: My Wife, My Life (2018) - 8 /10
Yoji Yamada brought back Hirata's family with their lovably comical, everyday "turnmoil" for third consecutive time. now centering the story for their first son and daughter-and-law relationship, touching subjects like housewife existential crisis with her mundane everyday responsibility and slight jab for patriarch ego, lack appreciation, respect regard the hard work to keep a house running intact in day to day basis.
Tho' feel bit weak, repetitive gesture compared to the previous installments with the themes that actually arent new, it's still work, worthy reminder and never turning me bore at all
Easy Rider (1969) - 8/10
O Brother Where Art Thou (2000) - 5/10
Saw this couple of times back then whether on tv or somewhere i cant reckon but never when A to Z. It's not bad but the plot kinda, clumsily mess and miss for my consideration and the old George clooney baloney's onscreen presence was straight -10 already lol. like some aspect of the stories like spoof of the old delta blues singer (robert johnson+skip james mix? ) tho' the character part is so thinly written :/. and to make fun of southern state at depression era
Aquaman. In a way it's a different kind of superheroe movie, like a Disney film. Thrilling, but also beautiful (very beautiful) and funny. I really enjoyed it 10/10
same for me,it was a great experience but too long
Mortal engines. It isn't a bad film, and the post-apocalyptic atmosphere is great, but I often felt like I was playing one of those linear platform games where it's all about going through one stage after the other. Besides, I'm afraid it suffers from Jackson's syndrome, that is, changes on the plot that doesn't help at all... 7/10
Barton Fink (1991) - 8/10
Blue Velvet (1986) - 5/10
Part interesting but also part boring. There could be pervert, violence stuff that's hidden deep beneath, for what seems to be quiet, peaceful world. Its just better amuse thyself with thy own dream.
wow, what a solid cast. will watch
pretty recommended, especially start from the first movie. You gonna love this family
An Elephant Sitting Still (2018) - 8/10
Truly pessimistic portrayal of life, so bleak so depressive, haunting one. its reputation also stamped harder by the fact that what seems to be depressed, sensitive young director, Hu Bo, committed suicide after the movie wrapped up the production. some had tell that there conflict happened with the producer, regard the final cut i believe and thing apparently just became the trigger. so mesmerised with the character speculative quote in the movie, "what else can i do"