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Finding Dory was a solid flick, but ultimately pretty forgettable and pales in comparison to the fantastic original. They sure did make Little Dory look cute though, and I'm pleasantly surprised to say that I didn't actually find Dory straight up annoying in this movie like I thought she was going to be as the main character. Still a pretty unnecessary movie that reminded me of a much larger budgeted version of those DTV animated Disney sequels we used to always get (though even a number of those that I've seen were more memorable/distinct/worthwhile than this). Still, a solid and enjoyable flick for sure, but nowhere near the first and ultimately really skippable.
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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 18 hours ago

Finding Dory was a solid flick, but ultimately pretty forgettable and pales in comparison to the fantastic original. They sure did make Little Dory look cute though, and I'm pleasantly surprised to say that I didn't actually find Dory straight up annoying in this movie like I thought she was going to be as the main character. Still a pretty unnecessary movie that reminded me of a much larger budgeted version of those DTV animated Disney sequels we used to always get (though even a number of those that I've seen were more memorable/distinct/worthwhile than this). Still, a solid and enjoyable flick for sure, but nowhere near the first and ultimately really skippable.
Cochise updated his STATUS: about 18 hours ago

I have a lot of faith in the new The Mummy movie because of Cruise, so I'm really looking forward to Sunday. But it just sucks that the 'teaser trailer' like most are nowadays is just a super quick version of the actual full length trailer which we'll see Sunday it seems... rather than, you know, an actual teaser trailer. One that doesn't tease by flashing before your eyes really quick, but builds and teases properly... man do I miss those
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 11:48 AM Dec 02

I have no confidence in "Mission Impossible 6: Tom Cruise vs The Enchantress from Suicide Squad"

Cochise
Cochise at 11:53 AM Dec 02

^ hahaha it/she looks way better than Enchantress already, and we've only seen one 3 second shot of her.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 19 hours ago

Watched the extended edition of Suicide Squad. The added scenes were welcome additions, but they didn't make the movie great. I still enjoy it, but it still suffers from some poor writing (especially dialog) and hit and miss performances. Luckily Will Smith still makes it worth watching, but I still don't think this Harley is all she's cracked up to be. It's a crazy, fun and cool character, but I don't think in this movie she is as good as the mainstream seems to say. A bunch of her lines fell flat. The Enchantress is also a pretty weak villain thanks to no backstory or real unique motivation. This second time around I have to say I liked the Joker less. And no, it's not the look, I like the look actually. It's the performance. It's just so forgettable, a mishmash of Jokers past with nothing really uniquely definable about it. They could have easily done something like that by making this Joker a much more aggressively violent type, they hint at it but then shy away from it.
Cochise
Cochise at 11:02 AM Dec 02

...well, except for that awkward slow laugh I guess, but although that will likely become iconic (I see it catching on already with a lot of imitations of it) I don't really think it's that cool or effective... ah.. ah... ah.. ahh...

Weapon X
Weapon X at 02:43 PM Dec 02

The movie grew on me significantly with the second viewing, especially Joker. The whole thing's still a tonal and structural mess though.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

Fantastic Beasts was really, really good! Definitely glad I saw it in the theatre in 3D. Worth it. Very much looking forward to seeing a new epic story unfold in the coming installments! The movie wasn't perfect, with it seeming like two unrelated stories spliced together (the dark spirit thing and then the completely separate search for missing creatures) but it still manages to meld together well enough! Hope to see those two things intertwine better in the next go around, cause I would love to see more of Newt's weird beasts!!
Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

I thought The Shallows was going to be decent but wow was it terrible. So cringe worthy and laughable throughout, and not even in a good way. I expected it to be decent at worst but I was surprised by how bad this one was. Very disappointed
grelber37
grelber37 at 02:10 PM Nov 29

The Shallows was okay, IMO. However, I sure am glad to find someone else who is not entirely into The Shallows. There was better horror and suspense this year.

timmyd
timmyd at 07:35 PM Nov 29

Dug the hell out of it.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

looking forward to seeing Fantastic Beasts but can't help but think how 'right' it would've felt if Guillermo Del Toro had spearheaded/directed the project
zombie_bro
zombie_bro at 08:52 PM Nov 20

It's a good movie and I think they did right by choosing David Yates since he did the last few Harry Potters. I think that alone made it feel a lot like those films.

Cochise
Cochise at 03:36 PM Nov 24

^ true, I guess they do want to keep the same look and feel to draw back in that massive audience and try and match those box office receipts again. But I do think a fresh take, although different, say with GDT at the helm could be even more interesting. Still, I'm definitely gonna check this one out!

Cochise updated his STATUS: 17 days ago

Holy crap, I never realized how freaking long basically every Harry Potter movie is... not one of them clocks in under or even really around the 2 hour mark. Pretty crazy, especially for a kids series. For a minute when I looked up these run times I thought 'these must be extended editions or something' but as far as I can tell that's not the case?
Zacharia
Zacharia at 11:54 PM Nov 15

Think the last movie comes the closest with 2 hours 10 min. But yeah they are kind of long, the first two have extended editions also.

grelber37
grelber37 at 06:46 AM Nov 16

Perhaps, the Harry Potter movies must be good if they hold attention spans for that long. I liked the Potter movies. They resemble the Star Wars chapters. Each grand tale takes awhile, but they leave one wanting more.

oscarxp25
oscarxp25 at 06:54 AM Nov 16

Azkaban was a pretty short one

Cochise updated his STATUS: 21 days ago

for anyone who's seen Arrival already, is it creepy/scary at all? I know it's not a horror movie or anything with big action or scares or anything but if someone was scared of aliens would it creep them out kind of thing/work on that kind of level in addition?
OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 04:53 PM Nov 12

It's not scary but I'd say there are creepy moments to it, the aliens have a sinister look to them, and one scene with them in particular might catch you off-guard, but it doesn't last and you ease into them as the film goes on.

Glinda
Glinda at 04:55 PM Nov 12

Sitting here trying to think of how to write it and thankfully I refreshed and OKC did it better than I could have. I just want to say I agree with him.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

apparently Jake Johnson's Lowery will not return in Jurassic World 2. Damn, that sucks. He was my favourite character in that movie.
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What a f*cking trailer

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timmyd
timmyd at 07:19 PM Oct 20

I got chills watching this . can't wait.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Seriously, enough already. Screw Rogue One. Screw Young Han Solo. Screw a Boba Fett solo movie. Just give us what we want, give us what definitely holds the most potential of any future Star Wars movie... one, or two, even three, Obi Wan Kenobi movies between Episode III and IV showing the adventures he has (as played by Ewan McGregor). Just. Freaking. Do. It. Disney!
XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 02:51 AM Oct 13

I would much rather see a Boba Fett solo, Han meeting Chewy and the first adventures, or a Sith story, like Darth Sidious, the Sith Wars, maybe the beginnings of the Sith Order.

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 08:18 AM Oct 13

Hahaha dude by what "we want" you mean what "you want" right?

All of those sound infinitely better than a movie of Obi-Wan putzing around tattooine and watching over Luke. Nobody wants to see that more than something like Rogue One or even a boba fett or a bounty hunters story. Disney is moving as far away from the abominations of the prequels as they can and with great success and fanfare. As good as mcgregor was it still evokes prequel memories and idk how much they wanna roll with that.

Maybe an old west gunslinger movie with a washed up Obi-Wan? Idk. There's no way in hell there's a trilogy potential though. Maybe a spinoff but even then I'm not sure how much is there for a film - not a book.

Cochise
Cochise at 03:07 PM Oct 13

^ Well I say that as I see a lot of people around the internet sharing similar sentiments, being much more interested and in favour of an Obi Wan movie or movies than anything else currently on the slate or rumoured. Of course there's people on the other side of the fence such as you two though, not saying there isn't.

Even though I heard it was a great book, I would hope they would go for something different for the Obi Wan solo movie(s) than just following that 'Kenobi' book. It does sounds like a cool story for sure, but I'd want something bigger. Obi Wan having to leave the planet and go on an epic adventure, trying to find and rescue any remaining Jedi, getting into a battle against Darth Vader at his peak, getting a love interest etc., all things that would really add to the mythos of the SW universe, and give more depth to one of the most iconic characters of all time (something which I don't think other characters, like Boba Fett or Han Solo, need. As cool as they are). Obi Wan is also a much more crucial character to the series and its main threads. The possibilities for a new story arc are endless and filled with potential. I mean if we're being technical (going by the actor's age) there is a 15 year span until McGregor reaches the age that Ben Kenobi was supposed to be in A New Hope, but of course that could easily be stretched out even further giving McGregor's appearance. Hell have the first movie set soon after Ep III with him going on that adventure/search for surviving Jedi, finding a love interest, defeating a Jedi hunting villain and ending having a child. The next film could take place 5 years later and have the loss of his wife and child (by a new villain, or even Vader himself) and him going back out into space seeking revenge and featuring that battle between him and Vader in Vader's prime. Then the final film, if it's a trilogy, could take place 10 years after and have him as old man Kenobi, like that old west type thing you're talking about, defending a young Luke on Tattooine after a gang or something has caught wind of who he is. There's a huge amount of potential and room to play with.

Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 month ago

Deepwater Horizon



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Directed by: J.C. Chandor
Written by: Matthew Carnahan
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Kate Hudson, John Malkovich, Dylan O'Brien, Gina Rodriguez
Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Adventure, Biography, Drama
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It was well acted and well made with an impressive cast, but it just feels a bit too safe. It is nice that BP is clearly shown to be the villains here, but I think it could've been a better movie if it was a bit more ambitious, perhaps dealing with the after effects of the spill. Instead the movie is a much more contained and personal tale about one of the workers on the rig and most of the movie is basically a (somewhat) real time recreation of the disaster, and that's about it. But, it is well done. It was surprisingly funny early on but thankfully and rightfully serious later on. My only real complaint is that the action was often hard to follow, and I'm not really sure how they could have improved that aspect, it's just the type of action they were doing was a bit hard to follow. All in all it's a well made movie and certainly looks good, but I found it to be disappointing in the end, though that is probably due to some high expectations on my part (I thought Berg's The Kingdom was a great, great film and thought Lone Survivor was absolutely fantastic... this doesn't really come close to either unfortunately, but it is still entertaining). Recommended.

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Glinda
Glinda at 07:54 PM Oct 05

Thanks for this review. I read a general comparison of this to Sully, and why Sully did well and this isn't doing so well, so it lowered my expectations a bit but I still want to see it. I appreciate your review so I know more of what to expect.

Planning to see it the weekend.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Very much looking forward to seeing the Extended Cut of Suicide Squad! Honestly hope it's basically all Joker footage, maybe a little more introducing/explaining the origin of Enchantress too. A bit disappointed it's only 13 minutes or so of additional footage though (also it would've been cooler if instead we could have got a 'Director's Cut' rather than just an extended cut -- I thought I heard Ayer had a cut basically done but the studio went with the cut that the trailer studio made or something instead and that's what we have. Would've been more interesting to see his cut rather than an Extended Cut with 13 minutes extra but hey, I'll take it!)
Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Wow I had no idea Shane Black (who is working on the new Predator movie) was actually one of the stars of the original Predator movie with Arnie on the left there I believe, a bit small
grelber37
grelber37 at 05:14 PM Oct 04

Wow! I did not know that either. Thanks for posting about Black's Predator part.

cerealkiller182
cerealkiller182 at 06:00 PM Oct 04

Yea and worked on the screenplay while they were shooting

BATeMAN
BATeMAN at 07:01 PM Oct 04

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Really cool (and fitting) that Sony is going the extra mile with Inferno and making a unique and intriguing interactive viral marketing campaign to go with it. I'm interested! Go to https://www.robert-langdon.com/ to sign up to start solving the mystery yourself apparently. Movie looks/sounds surprisingly good I think, even if the trailers have been just-OK. I dug the first two flicks and I mean hey, it's Tom fricken Hanks guys.
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