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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Rampage was some theatre fun but nothing more. 6.5/10. Looking forward to Avengers. 2018 has already produced some amazing movies. And the year has many more to offer. Might be my favourite year of cinema ever!


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    Oh I forgot about Rampage. Gonna to try to go this week sometime. Agreed about upcoming movies this year. The trailers they played when I saw Quietly Now were awesome. That new one with Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin looked awesome!
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    Will Infinity War be better than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? I sure hope so after a decade of hype. I might actually see this one the theatres a few weeks after it's been released if the reviews are good. I would pay money to see Iron Man die. I hate that guy.
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    I've been reading the Infinity Gauntlet for almost three months and I'm still not even halfway through. I just can't get into it. I'm hoping the movie is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattrick View Post
    Will Infinity War be better than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? I sure hope so after a decade of hype. I might actually see this one the theatres a few weeks after it's been released if the reviews are good. I would pay money to see Iron Man die. I hate that guy.
    Civil War was better... Blank Panther was better... Spiderman Homecoming was better.. shall I go on?
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    Grim, tense and feels like a 1970's movie that takes place in New York City. 5/6 beers on the RFSRS

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    I keep reading wildly polarizing reviews on that film, Jerome.
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    I'm just nodding my head the whole time thinking "ok, stop now, please."

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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mattrick View Post
    Will Infinity War be better than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? I sure hope so after a decade of hype. I might actually see this one the theatres a few weeks after it's been released if the reviews are good. I would pay money to see Iron Man die. I hate that guy.
    Civil War was better... Blank Panther was better... Spiderman Homecoming was better.. shall I go on?
    Better than what? Winter Soldier? You're trippin.
    In time, you will know what it's like to lose. To feel so desperately that you're right. Yet to fail all the same.
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    I'm just nodding my head the whole time thinking "ok, stop now, please."

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandito View Post
    I keep reading wildly polarizing reviews on that film, Jerome.
    I suggest you see it and judge for yourself. Not as easy film to find in my area. I had to go to San Francisco (40+ miles away) to see it. Of course going into The City is fun in and of itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fernandito View Post
    I keep reading wildly polarizing reviews on that film, Jerome.
    I suggest you see it and judge for yourself. Not as easy film to find in my area. I had to go to San Francisco (40+ miles away) to see it. Of course going into The City is fun in and of itself.
    The movie is totally gripping and brutally powerful. I liked it a lot too RF.
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    Will Infinity War be better than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? I sure hope so after a decade of hype. I might actually see this one the theatres a few weeks after it's been released if the reviews are good. I would pay money to see Iron Man die. I hate that guy.
    Civil War was better... Blank Panther was better... Spiderman Homecoming was better.. shall I go on?
    Better than what? Winter Soldier? You're trippin.
    Yeah, The Winter Soldier is awesome. Not even sure how many times I've watched it... At least 5. It's the only that goes beyond being a part of the MCU and is just a really good movie. If all the MCU was as good, I'd be a huge fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mattrick View Post
    Will Infinity War be better than Captain America: The Winter Soldier? I sure hope so after a decade of hype. I might actually see this one the theatres a few weeks after it's been released if the reviews are good. I would pay money to see Iron Man die. I hate that guy.
    Civil War was better... Blank Panther was better... Spiderman Homecoming was better.. shall I go on?
    No way Civil War was better than Winter Soldier in my opinion.

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    I do not watch many movies in the theater but watched A Quiet Place this weekend. Thumbs up! It really reminded me of an M. Night movie. Good use of music and great tension without a bunch of extraneous devices.

    There were a few items that bothered me in regards to plot progression but overall no serious violations for me.
    Move along. Nothing to see here.

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    Rampage! Predictable, juvenile, over-the-top the whole way. Loved every goofy disposable minute. 7.5/10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    I do not watch many movies in the theater but watched A Quiet Place this weekend. Thumbs up! It really reminded me of an M. Night movie. Good use of music and great tension without a bunch of extraneous devices.

    There were a few items that bothered me in regards to plot progression but overall no serious violations for me.
    You hit the nail on the head. A Quiet Place is one of those films that is elevated by seeing it in a theater.

    This weekend, I had a small space of time between an early morning job and meeting friends later in the afternoon. I was looking for 2 hours to kill in a movie theater and chose Isle of Dogs.

    Anybody who knows me knows I have a love/hate relationship with Wes Anderson films. I have to say that I enjoyed the film. It is certainly unique and truly has a Wes Anderson vibe. I'm not going to lie, but I fell asleep for a brief amount of time during the third act. Not because I was bored, but because of the recliners, sometimes it just happens and I was up particularly early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorZaius View Post
    Rampage! Predictable, juvenile, over-the-top the whole way. Loved every goofy disposable minute. 7.5/10.
    Thatís the kind of movie I like to see at the theater. I can just go to the bathroom if I feel like it instead of testing the limits of my bladder and trying to predict the best time to go. Itís great.
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    I also saw A Quiet Place this weekend. I enjoyed it a lot (and it ticked all the technical boxes fantastically). Story-wise, I feel like I'd seen it before. Maybe because I read Bird Box not too long ago. Maybe because I've seen so many creatures-hunting-single-family movies.

    Something that bothered me about the (kind of abrupt) ending:
    Spoiler:
    I loved how Emily Blunt's character was getting ready to kick ass instead of cowering, but isn't each shotgun blast going to attract more creatures?


    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    This weekend, I had a small space of time between an early morning job and meeting friends later in the afternoon. I was looking for 2 hours to kill in a movie theater and chose Isle of Dogs.

    Anybody who knows me knows I have a love/hate relationship with Wes Anderson films. I have to say that I enjoyed the film. It is certainly unique and truly has a Wes Anderson vibe.
    I think the only Wes Anderson I've seen is The Grand Budapest Hotel. Just based on that, I didn't really care for his brand of cutesy-quirkiness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    I also saw A Quiet Place this weekend. I enjoyed it a lot (and it ticked all the technical boxes fantastically). Story-wise, I feel like I'd seen it before. Maybe because I read Bird Box not too long ago. Maybe because I've seen so many creatures-hunting-single-family movies.

    Something that bothered me about the (kind of abrupt) ending:
    Spoiler:
    I loved how Emily Blunt's character was getting ready to kick ass instead of cowering, but isn't each shotgun blast going to attract more creatures?
    My theory:
    Spoiler:
    People haven't really talked about the ending too much. I know a lot of people seemed to be under the impression that the family is about to get destroyed by these creatures. I took it differently. All the noise brings a hoard of creatures flocking to the farm. The daughter blasts the high frequency sounds from the speakers. This essentially freezes the creatures making them vulnerable. My theory is that after the credits roll Emily Blunt went all She-Bitch on those things and destroyed them.

    Yes, the shotgun blasts could draw more creatures, but they will be immobilized by the high frequency.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    I'm not going to lie, but I fell asleep for a brief amount of time during the third act. Not because I was bored, but because of the recliners, sometimes it just happens and I was up particularly early.
    What?! I won't lie, I do have that worry since they switched over to recliners recently at my theater. I can't go to a really late show. Whenever we watch movies at night and I get comfy on the sofa I instantly fall asleep and miss most of the movie even if it's early in the evening

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    I also saw A Quiet Place this weekend. I enjoyed it a lot (and it ticked all the technical boxes fantastically). Story-wise, I feel like I'd seen it before. Maybe because I read Bird Box not too long ago. Maybe because I've seen so many creatures-hunting-single-family movies.

    Something that bothered me about the (kind of abrupt) ending:
    Spoiler:
    I loved how Emily Blunt's character was getting ready to kick ass instead of cowering, but isn't each shotgun blast going to attract more creatures?


    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    This weekend, I had a small space of time between an early morning job and meeting friends later in the afternoon. I was looking for 2 hours to kill in a movie theater and chose Isle of Dogs.

    Anybody who knows me knows I have a love/hate relationship with Wes Anderson films. I have to say that I enjoyed the film. It is certainly unique and truly has a Wes Anderson vibe.
    I think the only Wes Anderson I've seen is The Grand Budapest Hotel. Just based on that, I didn't really care for his brand of cutesy-quirkiness.
    I recommend checking out Fantastic Mr. Fox.

    As for A Quiet Place
    Spoiler:
    I just took it that they now know how to kill the creatures so if they lure them in they can kill them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    I also saw A Quiet Place this weekend. I enjoyed it a lot (and it ticked all the technical boxes fantastically). Story-wise, I feel like I'd seen it before. Maybe because I read Bird Box not too long ago. Maybe because I've seen so many creatures-hunting-single-family movies.

    Something that bothered me about the (kind of abrupt) ending:
    Spoiler:
    I loved how Emily Blunt's character was getting ready to kick ass instead of cowering, but isn't each shotgun blast going to attract more creatures?
    My theory:
    Spoiler:
    People haven't really talked about the ending too much. I know a lot of people seemed to be under the impression that the family is about to get destroyed by these creatures. I took it differently. All the noise brings a hoard of creatures flocking to the farm. The daughter blasts the high frequency sounds from the speakers. This essentially freezes the creatures making them vulnerable. My theory is that after the credits roll Emily Blunt went all She-Bitch on those things and destroyed them.

    Yes, the shotgun blasts could draw more creatures, but they will be immobilized by the high frequency.
    Not sure why my response is showing up in your quote, but I agree.
    Spoiler:
    I thought they just went and killed all the creatures that made it to them. Whether that was all the creatures on the planet, or just the ones in the area, I don't know. But I definitely didn't get the feeling that the family was going to be destroyed because they now held the power in how to kill them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    What?! I won't lie, I do have that worry since they switched over to recliners recently at my theater. I can't go to a really late show. Whenever we watch movies at night and I get comfy on the sofa I instantly fall asleep and miss most of the movie even if it's early in the evening
    Full disclosure. I initiated super comfy mode, which consists of me putting the recliner next to me up, balling up my jacket and putting it on the arm rest, then laying down on my side. Curtains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    My theory:
    Spoiler:
    People haven't really talked about the ending too much. I know a lot of people seemed to be under the impression that the family is about to get destroyed by these creatures. I took it differently. All the noise brings a hoard of creatures flocking to the farm. The daughter blasts the high frequency sounds from the speakers. This essentially freezes the creatures making them vulnerable. My theory is that after the credits roll Emily Blunt went all She-Bitch on those things and destroyed them.

    Yes, the shotgun blasts could draw more creatures, but they will be immobilized by the high frequency.
    I also figured they were going to destroy them since the daughter found their weakness. What I was thinking was that it would be too many creatures at once for them to handle...then I forgot that the frequency would freeze them anyway so it really wouldn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    Full disclosure. I initiated super comfy mode, which consists of me putting the recliner next to me up, balling up my jacket and putting it on the arm rest, then laying down on my side. Curtains.
    So you basically created a prototype of my idea to put couches in movie theaters?

    I would definitely fall asleep if I did that. Just reclining is already risky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    What?! I won't lie, I do have that worry since they switched over to recliners recently at my theater. I can't go to a really late show. Whenever we watch movies at night and I get comfy on the sofa I instantly fall asleep and miss most of the movie even if it's early in the evening
    Full disclosure. I initiated super comfy mode, which consists of me putting the recliner next to me up, balling up my jacket and putting it on the arm rest, then laying down on my side. Curtains.
    Well how could you not fall asleep. I would have been out before the movie even started

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    Worst "comedy" I've seen in a long time. I came close to walking out. The movie is just a bunch of set pieces strung together. maybe I should have smoked a little bark before viewing it.

    1/6 Beers on the RFSRS ( zero joints on the 420 scale).

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