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  1. SilverEars
    One Child Nation - (8/10)

    I think it's a bit over-rated at Rotten tomatoes, but it's an interesting documentary. I'm always up for interesting documentaries. This is more of a personal piece film by Chinese woman, and doesn't seem like a big production like National Geographic. National Geographic can churn out fake documentaries as well (I heard Shaolin Monk one was sensationalized), but this one has to pretty genuine. I think there could have been more stuff in the documentary to provide more information on the One Child law in China. This one child law always intrigued me, and somewhat satisfied my intrigue, but I think more can be learned. Although I rate it 8/10, the subject matter deserves 10/10.

    You know what they say, "The truth shell set you free."

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    Last edited: Nov 23, 2019
  2. SilverEars
    Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks - (9.5/10)

    It's a documentary. I'm quite biased with this ranking because I grew up during the times of Hong Kong Cinema golden days. Hong Kong Cinema ruled the world in those days, and they were not well recognized for a time until Hollywood ruined the directors. It goes into how Kung Fu cinema began, and how evolved over the years. I find it quite fascinating!

     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2019
  3. tdockweiler
    A Quiet Place - 9/10

    I generally hate scary movies and horror movies in general, but this was really very good.
    There is almost no graphic violence or gore in this movie, which is kind of a plus for me.

    PS I hated the marketing they did for this movie, even hate the box covers for it etc. Made me NOT watch to watch it.

    I've probably seen less than a dozen horror movies in my life. I'm OK with seeing more, but none really interest me.

    One I absolutely love is "The Walking Dead" of course. I like the end of the world/survival aspect of it though the most.
    I hope that show never ends. It's the first show that really got me into watching ANY TV shows regularly.
     
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  4. buddhashenglong
    Ford vs Ferrari
    8/10
    Very engaging race movie, two and a half hours but it doesn't feel like it. Some artistic liberty was taken and I don't think the Ferrari pit crew were quite the bunglers they were portrayed as, but overall excellent.
     
  5. tdockweiler
    The Irishman - 2/10

    I seriously don't understand what people see in this movie. Sitting through this movie was just painful.
    From start to finish it's just an incoherent mess. Easily the most boring movie i've seen all year. I barely made it past the last hour.
    Believe it or not this is coming from someone who thinks "Casino" is one of the greatest movies ever made.
    "Goodfellas" is nearly as good too.

    Seems that nearly everyone who has seen The Irishman has loved it.
     
  6. oqvist
    I am through half of it. Not sure I will go any further. Strange they play themselves as young. Had they hired fresh talent the movie would be done in regular length.
     
  7. tdockweiler
    Parasite - 7/10

    It's not bad, but just not for me. I really wasn't "wowed" by this at all and when I walked out my entire brain felt totally blank. Not much thinking going on and I don't think I felt much either while watching this. Maybe a tiny bit of suspense here and there.

    One section is somewhat shocking, but that's it. I didn't even feel bad for any of it's characters and I don't know why this was.
    If there is comedy in here, I missed it. Not one laugh from the other 3 people in the theater either.
    Reminded me of just recycled ideas taken from a much better film called "Shoplifters" from Japan.
    That one actually made you think.

    Oh and sadly this is probably the only second Asian film (not produced in the USA) shown here in my city since "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" or maybe "Hero".
    I guess ANY subtitled movie only gets played here every few years.
    There is a group called the "Kalamazoo Film Society" that helped gets this released here. Thanks to them they play better than usual movies here now.

    So anyway, kind of disappointed with this one. Everyone should skip this and see "Burning" (South Korean film from Lee Chang-Dong) instead.
    That movie was really disturbing to me, yet not because of anything actually shown onscreen. It's what your brain comes up with afterwards.
    It's one where I couldn't sleep afterwards. It almost could pass for a PG-13 movie! Maybe PG if they removed one scene.
    I didn't enjoy watching it much, but would be cool to study in a film school!
    With this movie you'll also be reading up on it afterwards and checking every review you can about things happening in the movie.
    It has an ambiguous ending that some people may hate.
     
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2019
  8. oqvist
    The Irishman 2/10

    A depressing movie. A bunch of old actors and director trying to relive their glorious pasts but they are to old to remember.

    Best scene was de Niro trying to sell himself as an enforcer while he could hardly move and had no speed. Why do the play themselves when young?

    Mule next believe more in that.
     
  9. Orcworm
    City of God (Cidade de Deus) 9/10 - You'll most likely need subtitles, but don't let that turn you away, it's definitely worth it.
     
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  10. wuwhere Contributor
    I Am Dragon, 2015 - 8.85
     
  11. wuwhere Contributor
    Angel Has Fallen, 2019 - 8.48
     
  12. Redcarmoose
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    Great acting, special effects and perfect pacing. 9 on a scale of 1-10.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2019
  13. Redcarmoose
    While this entire movie chain surrounds a demon named Valak; the prequel of 2018’s “The Nun” is very much bettered by the original of the series 2013’s.............The Conjuring. 10 out of a possible score of 1-10

    As more and more movies from The Conjuring Universe come; it’s hard to fathom they will beat the original. The genius here was taking the basic plot of The Exorcist and finding a true life story which The Conjuring is based on.........supposedly? :)

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    Last edited: Dec 7, 2019
  14. oqvist
    Sound City 10/10. amazing sound for the Kennerton Magnis :)
     
  15. TeSamwiseG
    Good Boys 7/10

    Light hearted movie that resembles Super Bad in most aspects. Quite funny and easily relatable. there are a couple of drone chasing scenes that sound fantastic with headphones.
     
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