What was the last movie you watched? IV

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World War Z

I'll be honest, I was one of the ones that thought this was going to be a complete disaster. This was pretty good, a pleasant surprise. Very intense thriller. A fun entertaining flick that draws you into the action immediately and from that point on is non stop. There were some good action sequences. Well done, good plot and I found myself completely engaged in the movie from beginning to end, actually caring about these characters. I did see it in 3D and the 3D added nothing. Skip the 3D.

Grade: B

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eromero wrote:Image

World War Z

I'll be honest, I was one of the ones that thought this was going to be a complete disaster. This was pretty good, a pleasant surprise. Very intense thriller. A fun entertaining flick that draws you into the action immediately and from that point on is non stop. There were some good action sequences. Well done, good plot and I found myself completely engaged in the movie from beginning to end, actually caring about these characters. I did see it in 3D and the 3D added nothing. Skip the 3D.

Grade: B
Thoughts on James Badge Dale?

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How long is Matthew Fox's role?£

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I went on a batman bender this week. No regrets :D

Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero (1998)
So this was the easiest piece of detective work yo. However, it illustrates that he really is a good guy. One of the happiest and most satisfying endings I've seen this week.

Batman & Superman: The World's Finest (1996)
Bruce Wayne shines in this movie *swoons*.
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I absolutely love it when Batman has to go undercover as Bruce Wayne ;)

Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker (2000)
Soo many Batfamily feels :( Damn you Joker!

Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010)
Sooo many Batfamily feels X10 :cry: Damn you Joker again!! Always be one of my favourite batman films yo.

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So I don't know where else to say this but, I'm kind of disappointed that Nolan never extended the Batfamily :( I know we got a wiff of it via John Blake, but come on... Batman as an active mentor is the best thing errrrrrrrrr. I'm just saying some Dick would have been nice yo. :batman:

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BroskiSabor wrote:
Micool wrote:World War Z C+
How do you score so many pre-screeners?
Gofobo
AdvanceScreenings.com

I also happened to meet this old person who gets tickets to every single pre-screening here where I live so she has all my info to get me tickets when she gets them. She's retired and has nothing better to do most days than catch free early screenings. Once you go to a lot of them, you start seeing the same people and exchange numbers. I usually help out people if they need passes. Where do you live? If in the US, PM me your zipcode and I'll make a Gofobo account for NF people and just try and score tix for people on here

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Gone Baby Gone

This is easily Ben Affleck's best film, forget Argo

8.8/10

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eromero wrote:Image

World War Z

I'll be honest, I was one of the ones that thought this was going to be a complete disaster. This was pretty good, a pleasant surprise. Very intense thriller. A fun entertaining flick that draws you into the action immediately and from that point on is non stop. There were some good action sequences. Well done, good plot and I found myself completely engaged in the movie from beginning to end, actually caring about these characters. I did see it in 3D and the 3D added nothing. Skip the 3D.

Grade: B
Does it make justice to the book?

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From what I've read, it's nothing like the book at all.

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Micool wrote:
BroskiSabor wrote:
Micool wrote:World War Z C+
How do you score so many pre-screeners?
Gofobo
AdvanceScreenings.com

I also happened to meet this old person who gets tickets to every single pre-screening here where I live so she has all my info to get me tickets when she gets them. She's retired and has nothing better to do most days than catch free early screenings. Once you go to a lot of them, you start seeing the same people and exchange numbers. I usually help out people if they need passes. Where do you live? If in the US, PM me your zipcode and I'll make a Gofobo account for NF people and just try and score tix for people on here
I've used Gofobo a few times, but it's because I got tickets through school. School's out now, though.

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the_red_ninja wrote:I went on a batman bender this week. No regrets :D

Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero (1998)
So this was the easiest piece of detective work yo. However, it illustrates that he really is a good guy. One of the happiest and most satisfying endings I've seen this week.

Batman & Superman: The World's Finest (1996)
Bruce Wayne shines in this movie *swoons*.
Image
I absolutely love it when Batman has to go undercover as Bruce Wayne ;)

Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker (2000)
Soo many Batfamily feels :( Damn you Joker!

Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010)
Sooo many Batfamily feels X10 :cry: Damn you Joker again!! Always be one of my favourite batman films yo.

****

So I don't know where else to say this but, I'm kind of disappointed that Nolan never extended the Batfamily :( I know we got a wiff of it via John Blake, but come on... Batman as an active mentor is the best thing errrrrrrrrr. I'm just saying some Dick would have been nice yo. :batman:
Agreed they're all great Batman movies. Hopefully in the reboot they will explore more of the Batfamily,

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