What was the last movie/show you watched?

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I watched Bohemian Rhapsody on Saturday night, and enjoyed it.
 
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I just wrapped up "The Founder" last night which is the film that follows how Ray Kroc revolutionized McDonalds. I had been curious to check it out for a while, but after listening to the Business Wars podcast that covered McDonalds vs Burger King, I was more intrigued to watch it. Michael Keaton as he usual is really great in the role and I also really liked Nick Offerman's performance in this. Given the material that it's covering it was definitely a solid watch. I did go down a Ray Kroc rabbit hole after watching it as it definitely gave me an opinion on the man.
 
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Horror fans should give Haunting of Hill House (Netflix) a try. It is freaking scary (some cheap scares but not many), incredibly touching (family relations), while also infinitely sad (can’t say much cos spoilers). All at the same time. I’m so emotionally confused!
 
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Finished season 3 of True Detective over the weekend.

Powerful and heartbreaking. Mahershala Ali is a mesmerizing actor. He did such a fantastic job conveying three different stages of his life, especially as an old man with dementia. Ended on a more upbeat note than I expected.

Binged season 4 of Bosch on Amazon Prime over the last two days.

I've read most of the books by Connelly and have never felt the series lives up to them. It's worth watching, but not something that I finish and then think, 'Damn, that was good.' This season, especially, felt like some Game of Thrones seasons - too much packed into too few episodes, so none of the pieces get the attention they deserve.

Guess I'll start Preacher next. I like urban fantasy stuff and have heard good things about this one.
 
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I'm pretty set on the Hieronymus Bosch of the novels. Titus isn't what I pictured, but he does a fair job. Not even sure I watched the second season yet, impression I got from the first was "yeah, that was the book, somehow they made it many episodes that didn't move the story". It's not a great adaptation - what I've seen. I've recently been reading the Longmire books - in reverse here having seen the show first. The book's always better - in that case I don't think it hurt so much. Craig writes scenery beautifully: his characters are rough sketches.

Haven't started True Detective S3 yet - wanted to wait till the end so the DVR wouldn't run dry at a crucial moment. Am I really the one only who loved S2? *crickets* But then I put "Rogue One" third in line for Star Wars movies. I'm a sucker for a forlorn hope story.
 
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I'm pretty set on the Hieronymus Bosch of the novels. Titus isn't what I pictured, but he does a fair job. Not even sure I watched the second season yet, impression I got from the first was "yeah, that was the book, somehow they made it many episodes that didn't move the story". It's not a great adaptation - what I've seen. I've recently been reading the Longmire books - in reverse here having seen the show first. The book's always better - in that case I don't think it hurt so much. Craig writes scenery beautifully: his characters are rough sketches.

Haven't started True Detective S3 yet - wanted to wait till the end so the DVR wouldn't run dry at a crucial moment. Am I really the one only who loved S2? *crickets* But then I put "Rogue One" third in line for Star Wars movies. I'm a sucker for a forlorn hope story.
Yeah, Titus Welliver is not Harry Bosch. I was really surprised that Connelly signed off on that.

No, you aren't the only one - season 2 of True Detective was good. I think it mostly just suffered in comparison to the first season.
 
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I watched Pimp (2018 not the one that came out in 2010) last night, it was ok, not sure I would go out of my way to watch it again but I enjoyed it.

"An urban love story set on the hard streets of the Bronx. A struggling female Pimp, named Wednesday, grows up learning the game from her dad. Once he's gone she's left to look out for her prostitute mother and girlfriend Nikki." - the IMDB summery
 
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Finished season 3 of True Detective over the weekend.

Powerful and heartbreaking. Mahershala Ali is a mesmerizing actor. He did such a fantastic job conveying three different stages of his life, especially as an old man with dementia. Ended on a more upbeat note than I expected.

Binged season 4 of Bosch on Amazon Prime over the last two days.

I've read most of the books by Connelly and have never felt the series lives up to them. It's worth watching, but not something that I finish and then think, 'Damn, that was good.' This season, especially, felt like some Game of Thrones seasons - too much packed into too few episodes, so none of the pieces get the attention they deserve.

Guess I'll start Preacher next. I like urban fantasy stuff and have heard good things about this one.
Maharshala Ali is amazing, but the real surprise was Stephen Dorph. He actually portrayed a full scale troubled human, without coming out of his skin.
 
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My boyfriend and I just watched Green Book last night, and loved it! I'd definitely recommend it! He's interested in watching every movie that was a 2019 Best Picture Oscar nominee, and so far we've seen Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star Is Born, Roma (We didn't care much for Roma), we've both already seen Black Panther before we were together, and I'd already seen BlacKkKlansman by myself (He hasn't seen it yet).
 
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Saw Captain Marvel yesterday it was fun. Wasn't overly impressed but I think there are definitely worse movies in the MCU. I didn't like the casting of Brie Larson for the role before seeing it and post seeing it she didn't change my opinion with her performance.
 

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I saw Shazam yesterday! It was so delightful. Funny, fun, but also so many heartwarming moments. It narrowly edged out Aquaman (which I also loved) as my second favourite DC movie. I’d been anticipating it forever so I’m so happy it lived up to my hype.

Also watched Us this weekend, it was creepy as fuck and super enjoyable even though I don’t think I ~got it~.
 
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I saw Shazam yesterday! It was so delightful. Funny, fun, but also so many heartwarming moments. It narrowly edged out Aquaman (which I also loved) as my second favourite DC movie. I’d been anticipating it forever so I’m so happy it lived up to my hype.
How was it? I don't remember much of the comic story. But, don't recall the comic being a teenager superhero version of "Big". Maybe I'm wrong? Is that why they have the transfer from old to new so it's kind of a reboot?
 

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How was it? I don't remember much of the comic story. But, don't recall the comic being a teenager superhero version of "Big". Maybe I'm wrong? Is that why they have the transfer from old to new so it's kind of a reboot?
Yeah currently the comic Shazam is a lot like Big. So it’s a lot of childlike wish fulfillment which I found very cute. Teenage boys being teenage boys with superpowers, haha. But they still had some serious themes and it didn’t feel too lighthearted in the moments when it should be heavy.
 
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Yeah currently the comic Shazam is a lot like Big. So it’s a lot of childlike wish fulfillment which I found very cute. Teenage boys being teenage boys with superpowers, haha. But they still had some serious themes and it didn’t feel too lighthearted in the moments when it should be heavy.
I had to look it up, I guess the comic has more or less always been about Billy Barton being Shazam. I don't remember it, though I do somewhat remember the cartoon from years ago. Difficult to believe this characater has been around since the 1940's.
 
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Watched "Stan and Ollie" - Laurel and Hardy at the end of their careers.

I'd never thought much of John C. Reilly as an actor. He gave a heartwarming, if not always in the scene, performance in a tribute to comedy legends who faded into obscurity. Steve Coogan was brilliant and tragic. Shirley Henderson and Nina Arianda as the the wives wanting to admit to having nothing in common were delightful. Their scenes were the best timed comedy, but they graciously gave back the spotlight rather than stealing it.
 
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Watched "Stan and Ollie" - Laurel and Hardy at the end of their careers.

I'd never thought much of John C. Reilly as an actor. He gave a heartwarming, if not always in the scene, performance in a tribute to comedy legends who faded into obscurity. Steve Coogan was brilliant and tragic. Shirley Henderson and Nina Arianda as the the wives wanting to admit to having nothing in common were delightful. Their scenes were the best timed comedy, but they graciously gave back the spotlight rather than stealing it.
I've heard really good things about it. Will have to catch it one of these days.
 

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Captain Marvel. The soundtrack is full of 90's songs. It made me chuckle a bit because some of them have been posted in the 90's thread here on the forum. Guess someone has been lurking around here ... and, if so, should credit the forum.
 
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Last movie watched at home (last Saturday): The Devil's Advocate with Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino.

Last movie watched in a theater (last Saturday): Us. It was good...not fantastic.
 

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The last movie I went to see was Captain Marvel a couple of weeks ago and I LOVED it! Samuel L. Jackson is amazing as a younger Nick Fury.

Can't wait to see Avengers Endgame :D
 
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The Devil's Advocate with Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino.
Awesome movie. But how could you forget to mention Charlize Theron? First time I saw the movie, I just couldn't help but to stare at her with my mouth open all the time.
 
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Awesome movie. But how could you forget to mention Charlize Theron? First time I saw the movie, I just couldn't help but to stare at her with my mouth open all the time.
Forgot to add that she was very well know, at least here, way before her Hollywood debut. Mainly because of her fashion model job and mostly because she totally rocked a commercial. Looks like the 90's had the best commercials, too.

 
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The last movie I went to see was Captain Marvel a couple of weeks ago and I LOVED it! Samuel L. Jackson is amazing as a younger Nick Fury.

Can't wait to see Avengers Endgame :D
Loved Captain Marvel, I'm planning to go see it again tonight or tomorrow. Seeing Shazam! on Thursday April 4th.

Notifications set to get tickets for Endgame, Detective Pikachu, and John Wick 3. :)
 
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