The Last Movie You Watched? ver.2.0

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No Time to Die. Solid. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes cute, sometimes almost brilliant, overall… solid.

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A very tense experience from auteur director Nicholas Ray…

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Finally took the plunge despite the shady quality of the Prime stream and the shoddy (albeit entertaining and extra sleazy) German dub… behold…

IL BOSS :heavy_check_mark:

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CC AND COMPANY :heavy_check_mark: I just had to… even though it is a criminally shitty quality version that is out there. I hope at some point it will get a restoration. It has lotta heart and a great soundtrack.

’The Fury’ 1978, Directed by Brian DePalma.

Telekinesis, intrigue, and a fantastic score from John Williams, which is occasionally reminiscent of Bernard Hermann…One of my favourite DePalma films.

Followed by…a classic Universal horror, this year celebrating it’s 90th anniversary.

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I had no idea. This is one of the last “classic” monster films I haven’t seen so seems like a good year to watch it.

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the other night I finally saw the original The Hills Have Eyes :slight_smile:

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Did you like?

Yeah wasnt bad. But it’s no secret that it’s no masterpiece, it’s influence notwithstanding

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