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Saw John Wick Chapter 2 last night and freakin absolutely loved it. It takes everything that works from the 1st one and just expands the scale (& head shots!) & adds just the right amount of cool/interesting elements to the assassins world. It's an extremely fun/entertaining/slick/badass flick and I loved every second of it. Also, they use Montreal (my hometown) really well in a lot of the action sequences!
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ericodarko updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

Saw John Wick Chapter 2 last night and freakin absolutely loved it. It takes everything that works from the 1st one and just expands the scale (& head shots!) & adds just the right amount of cool/interesting elements to the assassins world. It's an extremely fun/entertaining/slick/badass flick and I loved every second of it. Also, they use Montreal (my hometown) really well in a lot of the action sequences!
dsloy
dsloy at 04:47 PM Feb 21

def agree! so many cool ideas and scenes!

timmyd
timmyd at 07:10 PM Feb 21

couldn't agree more.

sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 08:03 AM Feb 22

I know it's good.

ericodarko updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

I need you help,MFC: I've seen many clips from a few of his movies but I've never seen a Miyazaki movie in its entirety (I know. It's shameful for a giant animation fan to never have seen one). I REALLY want to get into his filmography but I have no idea where to start. Any suggestions?
YoshioKun13
YoshioKun13 at 03:53 AM Feb 21

Mononoke is a big, sprawling action epic sorta like LotR or a Braveheart in ancient Japan. Spirited Away is a more lighthearted fantasy akin to something like Alice In Wonderland. Between them I'd say Mononoke is the better one.

But I'd actually recommend going with one of Miyazaki's earlier films and perhaps most widely notable among anime fans MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO. It's much smaller scale but contains all of his trademark charm and whimsy, and despite Miyazaki's earlier efforts this is the first one that really put him on the map. Plus it's where the Studio Ghibli logo comes from.

ericodarko
ericodarko at 09:38 AM Feb 21

Thanks for all of these suggestions, guys!

dsloy
dsloy at 04:49 PM Feb 21

yea 100% mononoke, very adult and serious and violent

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ericodarko updated his STATUS: 11 days ago

Time for The Lego Batman Movie!
ericodarko updated his STATUS: 11 days ago

The J.J. Abrams commentary track on the Force Awakens Collector's Edition is just simply terrific. You can tell how much the SW movies mean toi him and how much care he put into this one
ericodarko updated his STATUS: 13 days ago

Watched the latest 30 for 30 doc from ESPN last night, ''That Was the XFL''. This was a really fun & interesting movie about just a disaster/clusterfuck/embarrassment of a football league created by Vince McMahon in 2000-2001. I remember being so excited for the first game and quickly (maybe 1 or 2 quarters in) realizing that this was just TERRIBLE football haha. Check it out
jimmydevito
jimmydevito at 05:01 PM Feb 09

I really dug it too...I remember a couple of really exciting games in between a lot of terrible football haha

ericodarko updated his STATUS: 22 days ago

Finally saw IP Man last night. What an awesome movie. Can't wait to watch IP Man 2 & 3!
grelber37
grelber37 at 07:09 PM Feb 01

The Grandmaster-2013 is another Ip Man biography that is rather good.

ericodarko
ericodarko at 08:05 PM Feb 01

@grelber yeah, The Grandmaster is a damn good movie!

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 12:43 PM Feb 02

I'm curious to check these films.

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ericodarko updated his STATUS: 26 days ago

Train to Busan was worth every penny of my blind buy. A non-stop thrill ride (sorry for that. I'll stay on track for the rest of this...sorry). It's one hell of an action/horror movie that manages to bring new & original ideas to the zombie genre. Strong acting (it's the second movie I saw with the lead actor - the other being The Suspect which I HIGHLY recommend you seek out), excellent set pieces with plenty of tension & directing. This is just an AWESOME movie. Check it out!
Weapon X
Weapon X at 02:09 PM Jan 28

Shit yeah!

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 11:24 AM Jan 30

Glad you loved it, man! Just awesome like you said!

timmyd
timmyd at 07:48 PM Jan 30

loved it as well.

ericodarko updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

The Good Place just finished its fantastic first season with a great finale. THe wait for season 2 will be VERY long. If you haven't watched this show, get on it. It's a very funny, unique & terrific show. Oh, it also has Ted Danson & Kristen Bell as the leads. So, not too shabby
ericodarko updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Went to blind buy Train to Busan last night and ended making an additional blind buy in the Ip Man Trilogy! Gonna be a damn fun weekend
timmyd
timmyd at 07:33 PM Jan 18

TRAIN TO BUSAN was fantastic.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 08:02 PM Jan 18

You won't regret "Train to Busan", I'm sure.

It was one of my favorite films at Fantasia last summer.

ericodarko updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Eddie the Eagle was a delightfully charming, fun movie. Just a good ol feel good flick
Glinda
Glinda at 02:05 PM Jan 05

So much fun. I love Eddie's parents! Those t-shirts towards the end, lol.

I remember very distinctly when Eddie was at the Olympics and it was fun to watch him. Back in the days when everybody watched every second of the games.

ericodarko
ericodarko at 04:20 PM Jan 05

@Glinda I was only 3 in '88 but I remember my dad telling about him growing up since I was obsessed with skiing growing up (been on skis since I was 2 and a half!)

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 10:15 PM Jan 05

Glad you liked it!

I wanted to check it out when it came out in the beginning of last year but I missed it. I think I saw it on Netflix so I'll catch up on it soon while it's still winter.

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ericodarko updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

La La Land is pure, old-fashioned Hollywood movie magic. Just like he did in 2014, Damien Chazelle has directed my favorite/best movie of the year!
Glinda
Glinda at 02:25 PM Dec 31

I completely agree, I loved it! I found this last night. Very interesting:

ericodarko
ericodarko at 08:04 PM Jan 04

Nice! Thanks for posting it

ericodarko updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Just go see Manchester By the Sea right now. It is such a terrific movie. Casey Affleck and the rest of the cast (we just need more Kyle Chandler is everything) give stellar performances. Some truly devastating moments, some truly funny moments & some truly touching moments. I just loved every second of this movie
unbinkable
unbinkable at 11:45 AM Dec 30

Saw it last night. It was incredible.

Glinda
Glinda at 02:34 PM Dec 31

Planning to soon.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 09:26 PM Jan 01

I took the full week off so I'll try to catch up on a few films I haven't had time to check.

ericodarko updated his STATUS: 2 months ago

Money Monster was a pretty decent thriller. Solid Netflix/cable viewing
ericodarko updated his STATUS: 2 months ago

Saw Assassin's Creed last night and very solid meh. The action scenes in the Templar era were cool but the rest (present day) is just so damn boring/dull/overly serious. And talk about an anti-climactic ending. Wait for Netflix/cable.
Glinda
Glinda at 11:13 AM Dec 24

Sorry it was a disappointment. I think I'm skipping this one.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 03:35 PM Dec 24

That's about what I was sensing on this whole thing.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 03:44 PM Dec 24

I never played the games but I was ready to give this one a shot. More and more, I think I will wait.

ericodarko created a LIST: 2 months ago

MFC Christmas Quiz

1. Christmas is for: Absolutely everyone. It's a time to be with family & friends and be merry & happy. A time to just be nice to one another
2. Your Favorite Christmas TV Special: Anything that plays during Ciné-Cadeaux on Télé-Québec. Astérix, Lucky Luke, Guerre des Tuques, etc.
3. A Favorite Christmas Comedy: Bad Santa
4. A Favorite Christmas Horror Flick: Krampus
5. A Favorite Christmas Action Flick: Die Hard (I mean, come on. This is pretty obvious)
6. Favorite Christmas Family Flick: Elf
7. Favorite Flick when you're not feeling the Christmas Spirit: Indy trilogy. I usually watch one or more of them every Christmas vacation
8. Christmas Classic: It's a Wonderful Life
9. Romantic Comedy: Love Actually
10. Your Favorite Christmas Tune: The Christmas Song (the Nt King Cole classic version)
11. A Favorite Christmas Memory: Opening a gift and realizing that it was a freakin NES!
12. Favorite Christmas Gift You've Received: see previous answer!
13. A Favorite Gift You've Given: That's a tough one. I can't really think of a specific one.
14. Your Christmas Tradition Now: Every Christmas Eve, my girlfriend & I go see a movie then come home and watch It's a Wonderful Life by the Christmas tree & open one gift each. Also, every year, we host a huge Christmas dinner for all our friends a week or two before xmas
15. Favorite Christmas Foods: Can't go wrong with a classic french-canadian Réveillon feast of turkey, stuffing, tourtière (meat pie), ragoût de boulettes (a meatball stew made from ham hocks), peas, mashed potatoes & my mom's sugar pecan pie (seriously, people get PISSED when she doesn't make one haha)!

Based on a list by jeo4

grelber37
grelber37 at 01:42 AM Dec 23

Krampus-2015 is new. But, I suspect that its popularity will, well, snowball. The movie has a good underlying message delivered in clever counterprogramming.

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 05:33 AM Dec 23

Don't know some of those foods but they sound good.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 03:29 PM Dec 24

Can't go wrong with Ciné-Cadeaux!

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