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Raya and the Last Dragon has just dropped out of pay per view on D+, so watched with my daughter yesterday.

Thoroughly enjoyable.

Entirely predictable, but the art is gorgeous, the characters fun and there are some pretty cool fight scenes. Alan Tudyk voices an armadillo/insect/bear/motorcycle/thing that I want almost as much as a porg

Tempted to find out a bit more about it as it seems to be an amalgamation of a range of south Asian archetypes. the dragons to me as an uninformed westerner look "chinese" but thats probably just showing up my ignorance.

Please excuse any spelling errors. I use a tablet frequently and software keyboards are a pain!

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 Easy E wrote:
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The Mask of Zorro (1998)

Zorro (Anthony Hopkins) got old! He's choosing a successor to don the black mask and fight evil military types and peasant-exploiting bigwigs.

Never seen this film before, but I had a very good time with it last night. Zorro is a superhero I can get behind. Banderas is the perfect choice for the character too, Catherine Zeta-Jones' character is equally nice to look at and to see act and do stuff. Good female lead. Anthony Hopkins does things, the bad guys do things, it's all fine. I really, really enjoyed the fencing and action scenes in general. Those looked great.

Watch It.
It's perfectly alright.


One detail I really love in this movie, is that the main villain is NOT afraid to do his own dirty work when he needs to.

He can twirl a sword with the best of them.


Quite true! There's two villains actually, but both are good at the buckling of the swash!

   
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 Sigur wrote:
 Easy E wrote:
 Sigur wrote:

The Mask of Zorro (1998)

Zorro (Anthony Hopkins) got old! He's choosing a successor to don the black mask and fight evil military types and peasant-exploiting bigwigs.

Never seen this film before, but I had a very good time with it last night. Zorro is a superhero I can get behind. Banderas is the perfect choice for the character too, Catherine Zeta-Jones' character is equally nice to look at and to see act and do stuff. Good female lead. Anthony Hopkins does things, the bad guys do things, it's all fine. I really, really enjoyed the fencing and action scenes in general. Those looked great.

Watch It.
It's perfectly alright.


One detail I really love in this movie, is that the main villain is NOT afraid to do his own dirty work when he needs to.

He can twirl a sword with the best of them.


Quite true! There's two villains actually, but both are good at the buckling of the swash!


Yeah, but I think Captain Love was just a glorified henchmen. Don Pedro was the mastermind who could fence real good!

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Monstrum

A Korean period creature feature. It's not bad. It's got a lot of things typical of East Asian period cinema. Court intrigues, and such. Themes of loyal service and piety. Also a decent monster mystery and some good action scenes. Save one scene that uses the worst shaky came ever and is almost unwatchable for it, which is a shame for how good the action is. The only thing that's really bad about it is the title, which doesn't make much sense and the fact the characters use it frequently just feels weird cause I'm pretty sure Monstrum is not a Korean word or folk legend/myth. But that's a minor thing.

Solid B movie, decent monster flick. Similar quality to the Kingdom TV series if you're familiar with it.

   
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Shadows and Bone

Great steampunk magic series that chickened out in the last episode leaving nothing resolved.

Hope it gets a season 2, it would be a crime to leave it where it is.

Suffers a bit since the gang of thieves are much more interesting than any of the main characters.


No, this series just stank of YA Fiction through the whole thing. I felt it was weak sauce, and the band of Thieves were ridiculous caricatures. I would not be surprised in the slightest if the whole thing turned out to be an RPG Campaign that they wrote down as they went. It felt like someone had played too much Blades in the Dark to me as I watched it.


Can we agree it's better than Steampunk X-Men at least?

 
   
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Here's my valuable contribution to the thread:

.) Last night I watched the last 10 minutes of The Burbs. I love The Burbs.
.) Watched the first 10 minutes of Filthy McNasty. So far I don't love it, but I'll keep you posted.

   
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Shadows and Bone

Great steampunk magic series that chickened out in the last episode leaving nothing resolved.

Hope it gets a season 2, it would be a crime to leave it where it is.

Suffers a bit since the gang of thieves are much more interesting than any of the main characters.


No, this series just stank of YA Fiction through the whole thing. I felt it was weak sauce, and the band of Thieves were ridiculous caricatures. I would not be surprised in the slightest if the whole thing turned out to be an RPG Campaign that they wrote down as they went. It felt like someone had played too much Blades in the Dark to me as I watched it.


Can we agree it's better than Steampunk X-Men at least?


No, because this is the internet.....




..... <whispers>and because I have not seen Steampunk X-men. Therefore, I will take your word for it.

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I just saw the trailer for Reminiscence. That looks very interesting.

   
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Filthy McNasty (2002)

A horror comedy. Two bookworm-ish girls wish they were popular at school. A mysterious Goth kid turns up and offers them a deal to summon an ancient demon who will turn them into knock-outs. However, this comes at a price beyond the wildest imagination of the girls...

In school I had a friend who was very much into filmmaking. He introduced me to horror films and all sorts of comedy horror films. All the Peter Jackson stuff, the Subspecies series, the Evil Dead, and so on. For his final exam arts project we made a little horror film at his home. (the only of our film projects which actually were put to tape). Incidently that must have been around the time Filthy McNasty was made; possibly a few months earlier. The guy I was friends with then (haven't seen him in ages) is Phil too. Oh, and the Filthy McNasty film looks and sounds like the film we made then. So right from the start there was this odd flashback familiarity with that film, and that DIY charm. Some of the ideas in this film also seem a lot like what we may have liked at the time.

That feeling didn't last long though. I admire people who make a film and get it released, all on a shoestring budget, a shoestring for equipment, and a shoestring worth of skill, but a lot of enthusiasm and drive. However, especially over the latter half of the film the dude who made this one (who's somewhat notorious for making these films) just seems like he stopped trying. Or maybe I just got a bit bored. However, it kept me watching, just so I'd see what else is going to happen. And a lot of random stuff did happen.

The film just goes for 45 minutes, so in that regard it's pretty easy to sit through, but it feels a bit long overall simply due to how directionless it feels at times.

I looked up some of the actors. The main bookwormish-turned-pretty lady (Debbie Rochon, the other one's a bit lifeless compared to her) is featured in a ton of films actually. A ton. The other girl's got one, and that's being on Filthy McNasty (and being the make-up lady for Filthy McNasty). Anyway, I think everybody seems like they have a good time making this film, so that's nice.

What I like about this film was the sound quality, which was (mostly) better than what the camera and lighting quality led me to guess it would be like. The language in that film is absurd, but then everything is.
I think it's an interesting 'underground counter-culture' thing. Either way, got me more interested than a boring, predictable film, even though it's kinda 'meh'.

Take it or Leave it. By the way, Filthy McNasty is a franchise and there's 4 films. Just in case you were wondering.

   
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If you’re interested in low budget high passion horror, one of my coworkers write and directed a film called The Quiet Room. (Not to be confused with the Quiet Place.) It was available on Shudder last time I looked. It’s only about 30 minutes, and I recommend it.

Not sure how much I should talk about the subject matter on Dakka. It starts with an attempted suicide and gets pretty bleak in parts, and the actress who plays Hattie has a name I can’t type on Dakka.

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 Mad Doc Grotsnik wrote:
Not cinema, but TV movies.

Been hewing my way through the Sharpe movies.

Bloody ‘ell, ‘Arper!



Splendidly silly Boys Own adventure nonsense indeed, although falls down when theres a 'big' battle, 30 extras a side just doesnt cut it, then again I was spoiled as a spoutling by the utter madness of Waterloo

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@Mad Doc Grotsnik: Very enjoyable, those films! Got'em all on DVD.

@Bobtheinquisitor: Well, I don't especially seek them out, I have to say. Not sure I'm into the idea of a bleak horror film either (I've gone off those a bit), but let's see. Thanks for the suggestion anyway!


Yesterday I also watched Kiki's Delivery Service (1989).

Kiki's a witch, and has to go out, look for a town to live in and live on her own for one year, because that's how witches work. One of the things I love about Miyazaki's films is that we're put into these amazing worlds very quickly, efficiently, and without all the exposition that annoys us about other films.

I'm sure people went on and on about how this is about growing up, childhood vs. adulthood, being a girl, etc. And all of that this film handles gracefully, greatly, excellently. Of course. It's also very clever about how men are depicted in this film in that they basically aren't, except for that boy who likes Kiki. Which probably is a rather fitting view of the world for a 13 year old girl? I don't know, but from watching the film it makes sense. The friends Kiki makes along the way also represent positive role female models at various stages of life.

As with most of Miyazaki's films, flying plays a big role, and the broomstick flight is depicted very cleverly I thought.

To cut it short - another must-see. Watch It, it'll enrich your life.

   
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State of the Union (2019)

Caught that one last night on TV, because that's where interesting things happen. Originally a series of 10 10-minute episodes, it was stuck together to become a feature-length film for foreign broadcasting (I assume, because it was presented to me as a film). The way it works is that it's all the episodes stuck together with title cards in between. So to me it was presented as a film, which is why we can discuss it here.

The plot is about a couple (Rosamunde Pike and Chris O'Doud) whose marriage is in trouble. Each week they meet at a pub before their marriage counseling session and talk/argue. It's a very unique sort of tension between two people who are endlessly familiar with each other and also endlessly bored/fed up with each other, yet have a seemingly endless fondness for each other as well, be it genuine or customary. It's interesting to follow them as their biographies and common past unfold and yet at times it's testing as their constant arguments go in witful circles. I'm sure that it would just be like that too if we listened in on couples of a certain social standing.

I think this works better in its original format of a series of 10 minute episodes rather than a big chunk of the same scene playing out over and over. Still, it's entertaining to watch to learn about these people, and it's acted very, very well. Both these people carry the whole thing pretty effortlessly. Their dynamic is pretty interesting too in terms of power and perceived power.


Watch It if you happen across it. It's well acted, dialoge-driven grown-up stuff. Not sure where one would watch it except it comes on on TV, but I'm sure UK peeps especially got that series available.

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We wanted to see a recent Sci fi movie, and Prospect came up as highly rated in a Google search. It stars Pedro Pascale as a Joss Whedon space cowboy type in a supporting role—and if that doesn’t sell you on the movie, don’t see it.

The film is about a father and daughter on a ticking clock space prospecting job who run into bandits Pascale and [name not found]. It’s a fairly stylish movie that progresses characters through some drama and various weird situations (Why is there suddenly a roided up pink man?), and could have been fairly entertaining except for a few minor flaws, such as:

The pacing. It is very deliberate.

The score. It’s beyond awful. And it makes deliberate pacing even more tedious.

The cinematography. What the hell is even happening?

The audio mixing. We had to put on subtitles to understand more than half of what Oascale was saying.

Adventure story done as a serious drama. Pascale was the only one having fun. Character arcs would have made more sense in a cheesier film.

The effects were good. The story, if you can get past the pacing, was good, in that we wanted to know what happened next. The setting felt well realized, and really could have been part of a better movie.
Watch it if this still sounds enjoyable to you.

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Virus {1999.} (Not the 1980 japanese movie)

I caught this kinda classic and it's not bad. Jamie lee Curtis and donald sutherland basically battle a borg invasion from outer space that comes to earth as a virus from a weird space stormwave that destroys the Miir space station and then downloads to a russian (spy) trawler. (HELL YEAH! XXXX RUSSIANS!)


Somehow a software entity takes over the ship's computers and somehow makes machines kill people and use them to make ubergross borg out of the corpses. (Don't question the plot here.)

Along comes a small salvage tug looking for a score and the captain, donald sutherland, ends up becoming a more voluntary version of Locutus from STTNG. The movie is clearly a takeoff of "Best of both worlds".

All done with practical effects, no cgi, and really not too bad for the time. Sadly no topless scenes with JLC, so don't get your hopes up.

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I think Trading Places got that well covered.


Weird how I can't remember hearing anything about that film! it sounds a bit like Event Horizon, but a bit less Warhams 40k. Interesting.

   
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 Sigur wrote:
I think Trading Places got that well covered.


Weird how I can't remember hearing anything about that film! it sounds a bit like Event Horizon, but a bit less Warhams 40k. Interesting.


Ehhh, not really event horizon. The alien borg malware wasn't inflicting pain for the sake of it, it was trying to essentially trying to reproduce itself all over earth. Again, think of the borg without tv gore restrictions and a bigger budget.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120458/

And one movie showing off JLCs attributes wasn't enough. Plus i can't stand the sight or sound of eddie murphy.

A quick look at what you can see in virus as far as fx go.



Can you even imagine them putting this in an ep of STTNG?

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 Sigur wrote:
I think Trading Places got that well covered.


Weird how I can't remember hearing anything about that film! it sounds a bit like Event Horizon, but a bit less Warhams 40k. Interesting.


I will always remember it for being the first movie after Titanic that made sure everyone knew James Cameron was involved. James Cameron: Virus!

Kind of backfired.

   
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it is kinda a cult movie now, and even critic respect it's practical effects. So it wasn't a waste of film.

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Okay, that does look cool. Reason I forwent that film probably is the boring title.

   
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Raya and the Last Dragon has just dropped out of pay per view on D+, so watched with my daughter yesterday.

Thoroughly enjoyable.

Entirely predictable, but the art is gorgeous, the characters fun and there are some pretty cool fight scenes. Alan Tudyk voices an armadillo/insect/bear/motorcycle/thing that I want almost as much as a porg

Tempted to find out a bit more about it as it seems to be an amalgamation of a range of south Asian archetypes. the dragons to me as an uninformed westerner look "chinese" but thats probably just showing up my ignorance.


Watched Raya tonight. I liked it a lot more than I expected to and it kept my attention far more than I thought it would.
Its rare that I fully pay attention to films, they're more background to another activity, like painting. I fully expected to work on some termagants while I watched it, but... never did.

The baby was a bit creepy though.
More honest emotion in it than I expected, too.

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Voss wrote:
 Flinty wrote:
Raya and the Last Dragon has just dropped out of pay per view on D+, so watched with my daughter yesterday.

Thoroughly enjoyable.

Entirely predictable, but the art is gorgeous, the characters fun and there are some pretty cool fight scenes. Alan Tudyk voices an armadillo/insect/bear/motorcycle/thing that I want almost as much as a porg

Tempted to find out a bit more about it as it seems to be an amalgamation of a range of south Asian archetypes. the dragons to me as an uninformed westerner look "chinese" but thats probably just showing up my ignorance.


Watched Raya tonight. I liked it a lot more than I expected to and it kept my attention far more than I thought it would.
Its rare that I fully pay attention to films, they're more background to another activity, like painting. I fully expected to work on some termagants while I watched it, but... never did.

The baby was a bit creepy though.
More honest emotion in it than I expected, too.


I thought it was pretty good up until the ending.

The film joins a now lengthening line of popular media where someone (namari) is an absolutely horrible person who feths everything up, and is then forgiven despite having done nothing to really earn that forgiveness. I feel like it started with Zuko in Avatar, but Zuko had three seasons of heavy character development to earn his redemption. Characters like Catra in the latest She-Ra interation and Namari in Raya on the other hand, however sympathetic, are basically forgiven after realizing how they fethed up and the story then glosses over entirely that hurting people hurts people and an 'I'm sorry' is weak consolation when the thing you fethed up was the world and the person you screwed over was everyone.

Spoiler:
I got to the end of the film and the "you're just as bad as me line" and I laughed, because feth no Raya ain't, her mistakes were nowhere near as stupid as Namari's and acting like Raya's errors in judgement were just as responsible for everything as Namari's idiocy is a serious moral cop out. The really fethed up part, is that movie plays off Raya's sin as being willing to believe Namari will make the right choice when Namari constantly makes the worst choice, so the moral is...That Raya never should have trusted Namari? The ending of this movie is a completely mixed signal that completely undercuts the supposed point of the film. The only good thing Namari does in the entire film is save herself after she doomed the world. That's not trust, that's desperation and Raya and her friends were the ones to actually make a sarifice.

The movie wants to be about unity and trust, but Fang spends the entire movie showing itself as completely untrustworthy and it's the constant attempts to trust them that cause all the problems in the film. Had people simply not trusted one another, the gem never would have been shattered in the first place. It's not like the plot couldn't have worked, but as written it doesn't.


I'm also going to say I raised my eyebrow at the combination of plot elements that Dragons do water magic, the evil monsters hate water, and the Dragons lost a battle against them...Like, why didn't that one Dragon just make it rain? How was that not an instant win, except that the plot required all the Dragons to be gone even if their powers make losing a plot contrivance?

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 LordofHats wrote:
Voss wrote:
 Flinty wrote:
Raya and the Last Dragon has just dropped out of pay per view on D+, so watched with my daughter yesterday.

Thoroughly enjoyable.

Entirely predictable, but the art is gorgeous, the characters fun and there are some pretty cool fight scenes. Alan Tudyk voices an armadillo/insect/bear/motorcycle/thing that I want almost as much as a porg

Tempted to find out a bit more about it as it seems to be an amalgamation of a range of south Asian archetypes. the dragons to me as an uninformed westerner look "chinese" but thats probably just showing up my ignorance.


Watched Raya tonight. I liked it a lot more than I expected to and it kept my attention far more than I thought it would.
Its rare that I fully pay attention to films, they're more background to another activity, like painting. I fully expected to work on some termagants while I watched it, but... never did.

The baby was a bit creepy though.
More honest emotion in it than I expected, too.


I thought it was pretty good up until the ending.

The film joins a now lengthening line of popular media where someone (namari) is an absolutely horrible person who feths everything up, and is then forgiven despite having done nothing to really earn that forgiveness.


News flash: That started in return of the jedi.

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Relic

Low budget Australian horror. Mother and Daughter return to their family home after the Grandmother is noticed to have gone missing. Grandmother returns, but something has changed.. The house doesn't seem very happy about the situation either.

As is often the case with horror, and first time directors, the film is overrated. But that doesn't mean it isn't good so much as it is often near impossible for these sorts of films to live up to the hype surrounding them.

Essentially a metaphor for the way a person loses themself and a family loses a loved one when they're taken by Alzheimer's, it's a film that relies on creeping dread, claustrophobia and disorientation than jump scares and gore, and is all the better for it.

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 BobtheInquisitor wrote:
We wanted to see a recent Sci fi movie, and Prospect came up as highly rated in a Google search. It stars Pedro Pascale as a Joss Whedon space cowboy type in a supporting role—and if that doesn’t sell you on the movie, don’t see it.

Thanks for the short review! I've had this one in the Netflix queue for a while, will definitely turn on subtitles so we don't miss anything.
   
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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

If I wanted Smith-o-centric self nostalgia along with some THC addled bobbins about aging and parenthood I'd have clearly suffered some awful brain injury, I wasn't expecting much but this was fup awful, seems not all Vegans have superpowers

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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

If I wanted Smith-o-centric self nostalgia along with some THC addled bobbins about aging and parenthood I'd have clearly suffered some awful brain injury, I wasn't expecting much but this was fup awful, seems not all Vegans have superpowers

yea, it was.....not great
i view it as him going "feth, heart attack almost got me, lets see if i can do at least one more movie will all my friends"
   
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I suspect that actually it's broadly just as good as everything after Mallrats, it's just that 20 years or so on, movies spouting stoner jokes relentlessly for an hour and a half just aren't quite the height of cultured auteur cinema they were to our much younger selves.

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 Azreal13 wrote:
I suspect that actually it's broadly just as good as everything after Mallrats, it's just that 20 years or so on, movies spouting stoner jokes relentlessly for an hour and a half just aren't quite the height of cultured auteur cinema they were to our much younger selves.

damn it, i was trying to avoid the "we got old" angle
   
 
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