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Postby Tankred » Sat Oct 12, 2019 4:15 am

Joker
One of the few films worth going to the cinema for in 2019, great performances by Joaquin Phoenix and De Niro, this felt consciously made in the mold of his Scorsese films in particular. Definitely worth a watch.

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Postby FreakyFilmFan4ever » Mon Oct 14, 2019 4:57 am

Joker

This film is beautifully shot, flawlessly performed, and shoddily written. Prime Oscar Bain film as far as the industry goes. (I mean, its better than Crash, so...)

If you've been living under a rock for the past few decades, Superhero movies are now Serious Business, and are considered contenders of Best Picture Oscars at the Academy Awards. This isn't bad in and of itself, but it does tend to have fans of the medium pointlessly bicker over whether or not Kevin Feige should have been nominated for Best Picture over Black Panther or Avengers 3. (Like, it would have been the exact same white dude winning the exact same trophy either way if any of the two movies had actually won. But I guess this is a line I have to draw in the sand because I decided to care about movies.)

Joker focuses on a man suffering from (what I can only assume is) schizophrenia named Arthur Fleck, who looses his job as a clown for bringing a gun to a gig. After the city cut his funding for his therapy and meds, his condition worsens until he starts hallucinating various events that are supposed to shock the audience once they're revealed to be hallucinations. There's a lot to enjoy in Joker. The cinematography and Joaquin Phoenix' performance work smoothly in tangent in order to bring the character to life. There are moments where these two facets really bring to home the pain that Joaquin Phoenix feels as he discovers new things about himself and others.

It's just too bad that the film has some touches of My First Serious Movie Syndrome by "comedy" director Todd Philips. (If The Hangover 3 counts as a comedy, rather than a pointed critique of its own existence.) It focuses so much on trying to be a Serious Oscar Bait Film that half of the time it forgets that it's a movie about the Joker. There is no point in this movie where the Joker is anything more than some crazy dude off his meds wearing clown make-up. Some of this has to do with it being an origin movie of sorts, sure, but even by the end of the film nothing is established that makes him the Joker of any Batman universe. This doesn't seem to phase many viewers or critics watching the movie. Mike from RedLetterMedia even went so far as to say that he enjoyed watching this Arthur Fleck character slowly become the "criminal mastermind" of Gotham, when Arthur didn't have a single master plan in the whole movie. In fact, Cesar Romero's Joker character in the Adam West Batman TV show had more complex schemes than the clown in this Joker movie. Also, keep in mind that Arthur Fleck looks to be about 30 years old in this movie, while Bruce Wayne look to be about 6 or 7 years old. What kind of Batman universe does this film have the potential of birthing, one where a 30-somethings Batman beats a 60-somethings mentally handicapped senior citizen wearing clown make-up who escaped the psych ward?

This is all emblematic of the overall weakness of this film. Anytime the movie highlights the Batman lore present in its narrative, it inhibits it's overall tonal cohesion. The movie flips from wanting you to sympathize with a man suffering from schizophrenia to suddenly realizing "Wait, he's the Joker, he's building up to be a villain in this universe. He can't be too sympathetic," and then proceeds to have him commit some murders that don't fully feel cathartic or justified in any sense. The most justifiable and cathartic murder scene in the film is the first one in the film, where Arthur Dent Fleck defends himself from 3 violent rich bullies on a train. He shoots them dead and leaves none of the 3 alive to tell the tale. To risk sounding like the creepy guy, it felt good because the film established that these guys were drunk and violent, and had already starting beating up Arthur Fleck before Fleck pulled out the gun and killed them. It was all done in self defense, and many audience members can sympathize with that. It's just too bad that none of the other deaths felt cathartic or justified in any way. Arthur's former co-worker ribbed him a bit too much at his clown gig? Well, then when he tries to make Arthur feel better about losing his clone job by visiting him with some wine, he gets to violently die a horrible murder death because Arthur is too much of a snowflake schizophrenic (that's not how schizophrenia works) much of a snowflake to take a joke in a fucking clown job.

I know these sound like harsh criticism of the movie, but honestly I think that Todd Philips could have avoided them simply by trusting his editor a little more. There's enough there in the kept footage of the film itself to cobble together a rather compelling narrative around Arthur Fleck. (God, I keep wanting to write "Arthur Dent" when writing about this Batman character.) It just feels like it's not in the optimal progression in order to best tell its story. There are what feel like 3 endings to this movie, very much like Return of the King, and the sooner we would have cut to black and roll credits, the more direct the film could have been in its message. The movie could have also used the last therapy scene inside Arkham Asylum at the end of the film at the beginning of the film, framing the entire movie as a flashback while also using the line "You wouldn't understand the joke" as the film's opening ideological thesis. Because without this at the beginning, the movie doesn't have one until the very end at the climactic talk-show (featuring Robert De Niro), and often times the result is the viewer wondering why the movie is so weirdly focused on this man in a pseudo, sorta sympathetic fashion. But, because this is a movie in the Batman lore, we need to keep it at the end so that way when she's inevitably murdered, we can have an ill-suited whacky, Looney-Tunes styled scene where a nurse runs back and forth down the halls trying to catch the Joker in slow-motion while old white dude Oscar Bait music plays in the background. This way the audience can all be like "Oh, that Joker, just running 'roun', being a clown. ;) "

In short, the movie isn't THAT bad. But the fact that it's a Joker movie makes it more tone deaf, and the film would have benefitted by simply being about a mentally ill dude who's slowly going crazy instead of being about the Joker specifically. I do want more character study films in wide releases, like this movie tries to be most of the time, I just want them actually written like character studies instead of like Oscar-tier DCEU fan service. But, if you're interested in watching a mad man in clown make-up becoming violent, you have a lot of pretty cinematography and flawless performances to look forward to.

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Postby Gus Hanson » Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:59 pm

Toy Story 4

The biggest emotional roller coaster Pixar has ever given me in the form of this movie! Starting with the fact that this is probably the first Toy Story where there really wasn't any villain. Gabby Gabby was always promoted as being the big bad but she was really hurting inside first with the fact that her voice box is broken as well that the one thing she wants that Woody already has (besides the voice box) is a child's love isn't exactly reciprocated right away but eventually the situation thanks to everyone's favorite cowboy is remedied and a happy ending for the doll is given.

As for Bo, I will admit her independence streak that came with accepting the lost toy lifestyle rattled my nerves a little especially when she was a tad rude to Woody. Ultimately, the power of their bond really brought some stellar performances of her more mature voice and characterization. And as for the ending, I do admit that I cried a bit when Buzz told Woody that Bonnie will be ok and for Woody to go back to Bo and live the lost toy lifestyle as he put it, "his inner voice was telling him to do". If this is truly the last Toy Story made, I will be satisfied with the fact that the journey I have taken across the years with the cowboy, the space ranger, and pals is given a fitting sendoff. TO INFINITY AND BEYOND!!!
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Postby Kazuki_Fuse » Thu Oct 24, 2019 11:15 pm

The Lighthouse- 8/10
A great follow up to The VVitch. Less horror, but still that sense of isolation and building dread that Eggers knows how to build so gracefully. I don't want to say anymore except go see it if the trailer intrigues you at all.
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Postby movieartman » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:29 am

Superstition / The Witch (1982)
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- Solid Supernatural slasher.
- Consistent brutal gory kills that verge on the outlandish but never get silly.
- Film isn't afraid to get mean spirited.
- The Witch villain is solid, her clawed silhouette makes for great visuals.
- Lead male is good & likable enough.
- Cops are actually competent and seem to actually care (they are perpetually vigilantly watching the house and new family and manage to find a hidden room)

Lighthouse / Dead of Night (1999)
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- Solid moody slasher set on a foggy lighthouse island (great setting).
- 2 overlong tense sequences with characters hiding and fate keeps making it more and more likely for them to be found, one in a restroom and one in a small boat with severed heads.
- The killer Leo Rook is decent, no mask or notable scarring but his skinny yet menacing silhouette is a regular sight in the film.
- James Purefoy is a solid tragic lead male figure, not nearly as great as he would be later in Solomon Kane but still good.
- Some striking angles and shots like this...
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Postby 天使 | Nyo | 天使 » Tue Nov 05, 2019 2:30 pm

Joker

I saw it with my Dad a couple of weeks ago, we walked out of that theater AMAZED! :smirk:

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Postby SawItAtAge10 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:27 pm

Terminator Dark Fate

It was awesome. Linda was excellent as Sarah once again and was fierce as ever. The Rev9 was terrifying in the same way that Arnold was in Terminator (1984) and the T-1000 in Terminator 2. The new story, I felt, was perfectly justified. And it was a very intense thrill ride that was excellent and entertaining to watch.
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Postby Gendo'sPapa » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:25 pm

Martin Scorsese's THE IRISHMAN is perfect!

If it's playing near you in a theater try to catch it on a big screen before the film premieres on Netflix on November 27th. It's an experience worth the theatrical viewing!

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Postby Princess Asuka » Tue Dec 17, 2019 6:39 pm

Frozen 2.

It was good. I enjoyed Olaf's song about growing up. Also, I love Elsa's new forest guardian look. Also, yay for Queen Anna and for Anna and Kristoff finally getting engaged!
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Postby FreakyFilmFan4ever » Wed Dec 25, 2019 4:10 am

Cats

The film I saw was unfinished when I saw it two days after the wide release. Clearly unfinished. Like, no amount of time allotted to fur rendering was ever going to make this film conventionally watchable anyway, but the fact that it was still an unfinished film that made it to theaters was jaw-dropingly, astoundingly embarrassing. There have been photos circulating on the net of actors' hands somehow slipping through the cracks and not getting replaced with cat "hands," but the technical issues run far deeper than that. The walk cycles of the Oliver Twist accented little girl mice do not match the speed at which they run across the screen, resulting in the mice looking like they're simply sliding across the screen. their reactions to the environment around them are often delayed. The integration between the feet of the cats and the floor of whatever CGI set they were on never looked right, and the fact that some of them were also wearing CGI shoes made the issue even more noticeable. Human faces plastered onto either the cats, the mice, or even the dancing cockroaches at times seemed like a rushed effect, some of them never seem to blend well no matter how hard my body tried to get used to the design aesthetics.

It has been reported that this film will receive what I can only describe as being a "Day 1 Patch Update," with more finely-tuned special effects. Even if you are lucky (?) enough to see that version of the film, the movie itself is still plotless garbage. The whole story hinges on cats presenting themselves to an older cat to be chosen to live a new life..... I think? This set-up functions solely for each cat to introduce itself through song until a cat is actually chosen, and nothing more. The movie is every bit as horny as you heard it was, with naked fur bodies printing around and touching each other in every scene. I've asked myself before exactly what we as humans did to deserve being punished through the movie Cats. After watching it, I am entirely convinced that the movie is being used by God to punish us for the mere existence of Cats.

That all being said, watching this film is a strange experience that is worth repeating, especially if you and a bunch of your friends are properly intoxicated together. This movie has wonderfully shocking moments that I will not spoil, outside of the fact that Idris Elba punctuating the word "Meow!" as he twirls away into a cloud of golden dust, m'ladying his hat as he does, is only the beginning of this film's craziness. The movie is full of absolutely absurd moments that are so bonkers that I can't even keep them all straight in my head, and I usually have a better scene-by-scene memory than what I can muster for this film. It's not that the movie is forgettable, it's that the movie is constantly one-upping its own craziness.

Watch it drunk at a party.
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Postby Blockio » Wed Dec 25, 2019 7:18 pm

that sounds so hilariously bad, I will definitely watch that with some friends once it comes out on DVD
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Postby silvermoonlight » Thu Dec 26, 2019 6:22 pm

View Original PostFreakyFilmFan4ever wrote:Cats

That all being said, watching this film is a strange experience that is worth repeating, especially if you and a bunch of your friends are properly intoxicated together. This movie has wonderfully shocking moments that I will not spoil, outside of the fact that Idris Elba punctuating the word "Meow!" as he twirls away into a cloud of golden dust, m'ladying his hat as he does, is only the beginning of this film's craziness. The movie is full of absolutely absurd moments that are so bonkers that I can't even keep them all straight in my head, and I usually have a better scene-by-scene memory than what I can muster for this film. It's not that the movie is forgettable, it's that the movie is constantly one-upping its own craziness.

Watch it drunk at a party.


Awesome review I also like that this is a movie that as you say you have to drunk or stoned to watch. :revelry:
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Postby C.A.P. » Sun Dec 29, 2019 10:49 pm

Been watching the Illumination movies that I've never seen before to get an idea on why or how these movies get a billion dollars.

I don't think I'll ever figure it out.
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Postby kuribo-04 » Mon Dec 30, 2019 12:58 am

∆ Reminder they'll make the Mario film..

I watched Marriage Story and holy shit, I loved it. It's not only the film though. I also happen to love Adam Driver. And his performance is godly. So is Scarlet Johanson's. They got me to cry.
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Postby C.A.P. » Mon Dec 30, 2019 3:38 am

View Original Postkuribo-04 wrote:I watched Marriage Story and holy shit, I loved it. It's not only the film though. I also happen to love Adam Driver. And his performance is godly. So is Scarlet Johanson's. They got me to cry.


Ah yes, this was another one. Fantastic stuff, some of the best acting I've ever seen from Scarlet. My friends online were right to praise this one like crazy.
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Postby kuribo-04 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 8:10 pm

∆ Yep. :)

Watched Knives Out. This and Last Jedi are Rian Johnson's best films so far.
Loved Ana de Armas in Blade Runner 2049 and she's great here as well. And the whole cast is really.
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Postby Blockio » Sun Jan 05, 2020 7:56 pm

I had some friends over the past few days and among other things, we watched Iron Sky: The returning race.
Weirdest movie I've seen all year, although that isn't really saying much at this point in time.
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"Mars, the red planet." overly long tracking shot all the way to Mars, revealing a giant city built in the shape of hammer and sickle
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Postby Gus Hanson » Mon Jan 06, 2020 5:24 pm

Ring (1998)

The film had a very atmospheric feel throughout with the tape and the mythos of it's origin. It also makes a statement about a mother too busy to tend to her son especially due to being exposed to the curse and being forced to work overtime with her ex-husband. And if I am going to talk about the film, I do have to mention the Sadako eye scare near the end, it scared me legitimately so much that even I screamed as the victim did at the same time.
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Postby fnikhall » Thu Jan 09, 2020 11:49 pm

View Original Postkuribo-04 wrote:∆ Reminder they'll make the Mario film..

I watched Marriage Story and holy shit, I loved it. It's not only the film though. I also happen to love Adam Driver. And his performance is godly. So is Scarlet Johanson's. They got me to cry.


I actually watched this the other day and didn't really enjoy it that much. I appreciated the writing and the acting a lot but as far as cinematography and music wise, I wasn't a fan. I think the cinematography worked for the "real" world look and feel they were going for but I'm just not as much of a fan of it or the green color palette (though I think green has been used to great effect in other films). I also didn't like the music much as it felt out of place. I guess I liked the music itself but thought its placement was awkward in the film. I don't know. I thought it was really well written and directed and acted though. I also thought Adam Driver was fantastic. I just don't think I liked it as much as everyone else I know who's seen it haha.
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Postby kuribo-04 » Fri Jan 10, 2020 12:31 am

That's completely fine.

The cinematography didn't bring much attention to itself, but I think that fit what the film went for. I really appreciated though how many long shots staying on characters there were.

It's hard to explain how I felt about the music. It was idiosyncratic, but not in a way that felt at all out of place to me. Maybe underlying how weird and sad their situation was.
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