Post the name of the latest movie you've seen and your rating out of 10.
Sunshine Boys (t0073766) - 7/10 - loved Burns, hated Matthau.
Justice League (2017), basically a free ticket with the MoviePass debit card. I can say it was watchable (AKA not boring) but obviously flawed and disappointing. 6/10.
Doesn't deserve the full on Razzie treatment it will likely get like Batman V Superman.
I will however nominate Superman's Upper Lip for a Worst Supporting Actor Razzie. And see if we can revive the Worst Special Effects award this upcoming Razzie season.
Ezra Miller was the main reason this was watchable at all. And if DC and Warner Brothers need to have this DCEU survive to get around to a second Justice League movie? They need to hit a home run on the solo Flash film. Ben Affleck really phoned in his time as Batman (and I won't protest his probable Razzie nom, I just won't be actively pushing for it).
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That opening scene on the Rochefort-Martrou Transporter Bridge was glorious, really felt like something new. I think von Trier was inspired by it when he made Dancer in the Dark. Wish the rest of it measured up.
Many catnip scenes that touch upon the key memeable scenes of The Room but ultimately, something is lost in translation from the memoir it's based on.
My major complaint? Greg Sestero seemed more of an actual supportive friend than the movie depicted him.
The first third dragged a bit as well. And Sestero narration of the audiobook was a far more convincing Tommy Wisseau than James Franco during the nonRoom related scenes. Still? I love that James Franco could very well win a Golden Globe, a really bizzaro-world surrogate for the actual Tommy Wisseau winning a major acting award.
What I found troubling was the decision to include Greek right-wingers into the narrative, considering that Greece has been subject to widespread hatred in Germany in recent years, and that one of the actual NSU victims was Greek.
To possible see if I want to see the feature length adaptation of Birdboy: The Forgotten Children (2015), which is getting a limited release this weekend.
The feature film is getting decent reviews on Rottentomatoes.
The short which the animated film is partly based on: Birdboy (2011) (Short) , 7/10. Can be found on Youtube.
It looks quite dark and imaginative and hopefully it will make far more sense than the bloody short which was more surrealist stylings and not really a story.