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    Quote Originally Posted by allasorte View Post
    The Vanishing of Sidney Hall

    From the beginning I felt the way it was shot and the story line was interesting enough to keep me entertained. I don't want to give away much about the film. I will say it was well acted, had great characters and story line, and was one of the better dramas I have seen in some time. It really hit home with me. The feelings I had watching this film made me excited, content, shocked, and depressed. Everything flows into place as the journey of Sidney unfolds as his tale is told through the present and past. I loved it. 9/10
    Agreed! I saw it a couple weeks ago and was completely immersed in it. One of the better movies I've seen this year, so I was shocked to find out it was completely trashed by critics.
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    The Vanishing of Sidney Hall

    From the beginning I felt the way it was shot and the story line was interesting enough to keep me entertained. I don't want to give away much about the film. I will say it was well acted, had great characters and story line, and was one of the better dramas I have seen in some time. It really hit home with me. The feelings I had watching this film made me excited, content, shocked, and depressed. Everything flows into place as the journey of Sidney unfolds as his tale is told through the present and past. I loved it. 9/10
    Agreed! I saw it a couple weeks ago and was completely immersed in it. One of the better movies I've seen this year, so I was shocked to find out it was completely trashed by critics.
    It surprised the hell out of me. I just saw it on Amazon and went for it. Really glad I did and I'm recommending it to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Tully-Sweet mysterious story about an over-worked mother who is saved by a "night nanny". Other than a questionable ending, the movie was near perfect. Mackenzie Davis is delightful as the NN.
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    I didn't want to bring this up in my initial review because of spoilers, but anyone who sees this film should read this in regards to the ending.
    Spoiler:
    What Marlo goes through, as it is revealed Tully doesn't exist, is a pretty rare condition called postpartum psychosis. It only occurs in 1 in 1000 pregnancies. I first stumbled across this condition doing research for one of the books I wrote in which one of the main characters, Karen, goes through a bout of postpartum psychosis, mostly due to the stress of the complications with the baby and a traumatic delivery. It's often fairly benign in the sense they aren't really a danger to anyone, not even themselves, as Marlo demonstrated in the film, but delusions, hallucinations, mania, depression (all of which Marlo clearly experiences during the film) are common symptoms. Most women who go through it usually need to be hospitalized during it's duration.

    What I really, really liked about Tully the more I see it, is how clever it actually is. The film is advertised to be a film about motherhood, which it is, but it's actually a film about mental health, not particularly postpartum psychosis. It shows how you can be in denial that everything is okay, with yourself and with your partner. It shows how when you put all your energy into caring for your children that you can stop taking care of yourself. How it's so easy not to see mental illness. Marlo is clearly extremely mentally ill in this film, hallucinating people and having conversations with them, and yet her husband or children didn't notice anything. They actually only notice the positives, that she's has energy like she hasn't in years, that she seems happy, that she's learning to cook and they're eating better...but that was just the mania side of her mental illness. I think it's quite an important movie in that respect, although I do feel it will be seen by most as a cheap twist ending instead of for what it actually is.

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    Life of the Party-


    Formulaic, and a good Melissa McCarthy vehicle. Perhaps a bit too sweet (probably to achieve the PG-13 rating). Hard to say if it's truly funny as I viewed it in a crowd of ~100 people; most of whom were female. People began laughing and never stopped. The laughter was infections-thus I was laughing too.

    McCarthy does has some acting chops as exhibited by the lengthy scene(s) where she has to give an oral presentation. Maya Rudolph is something to be seen.
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    *Infectious laughter may have influenced this rating.

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    Hoping to see it next week, RF. Glad to hear it was funny (even if due to infectious laughter). I think Spy is the funniest of her comedies, for me.
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    Breaking In (Payback is a Mother). Not an original idea in the whole movie. Pieced together from stolen lines, plot devices, and ideas of other movies.
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    12 Strong - I was pleasantly surprised!!! Goingt in I thought it might be a formulaic capitalization of the 9/11 tragedy. Well acted, fast paced and interesting story. Great FX and a pretty good story. I'd give it 5 of 6 beers on the old RF movie rating scale!!!

    Michael Shannon certainly seems to be getting around these days. He was pretty good in this flicl I thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
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    So we watched Killing of a Sacred Deer last night. I remember hearing a lot of negative reviews of it in this thread, but I really enjoyed it. It reminded me a lot of a David Lynch film. Also some of the music in it was very reminiscent of The Shining. It was a bit out there though, so I can see where some might not enjoy it. My only complaint about it was why did they choose to go with such static, non-emotional acting?
    This has been at the top of my queue for awhile now, but it keeps getting pushed down by other things. I've heard negative things, too, so it's good to hear you enjoyed it.
    I'd definitely give it a shot. It's a very interesting film, and it's filled with many creative shots and music. I think you'll at least enjoy it from that perspective, but hopefully the whole film as well.
    Finally watched it over the weekend. Should've been called "Sociopaths: The Movie."

    I did enjoy it (and agree about the shots and music), but I just didn't feel anything for the characters. The way it was acted and how the dialogue was conveyed made it seem like we almost weren't supposed to. I mean, the mother saying that they co
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    uld just have more children?
    What the hell?
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    Love that title Yeah it was definitely an odd movie. The acting was bizarre, and still not sure why they took that approach. I don't think I really felt emotionally attached to any of the characters either, but like you said it was kind of hard to with the weird acting. Glad you enjoyed it though. I definitely think it's worth a watch.

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    Have you seen The Lobster? I'm wondering if the direction of the acting is the same in that one.
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    I have, and it is similar. Although this one felt even more mechanical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattrick View Post
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    Tully-Sweet mysterious story about an over-worked mother who is saved by a "night nanny". Other than a questionable ending, the movie was near perfect. Mackenzie Davis is delightful as the NN.
    5/6 beers on the RFSRS.
    I didn't want to bring this up in my initial review because of spoilers, but anyone who sees this film should read this in regards to the ending.
    Spoiler:
    What Marlo goes through, as it is revealed Tully doesn't exist, is a pretty rare condition called postpartum psychosis. It only occurs in 1 in 1000 pregnancies. I first stumbled across this condition doing research for one of the books I wrote in which one of the main characters, Karen, goes through a bout of postpartum psychosis, mostly due to the stress of the complications with the baby and a traumatic delivery. It's often fairly benign in the sense they aren't really a danger to anyone, not even themselves, as Marlo demonstrated in the film, but delusions, hallucinations, mania, depression (all of which Marlo clearly experiences during the film) are common symptoms. Most women who go through it usually need to be hospitalized during it's duration.

    What I really, really liked about Tully the more I see it, is how clever it actually is. The film is advertised to be a film about motherhood, which it is, but it's actually a film about mental health, not particularly postpartum psychosis. It shows how you can be in denial that everything is okay, with yourself and with your partner. It shows how when you put all your energy into caring for your children that you can stop taking care of yourself. How it's so easy not to see mental illness. Marlo is clearly extremely mentally ill in this film, hallucinating people and having conversations with them, and yet her husband or children didn't notice anything. They actually only notice the positives, that she's has energy like she hasn't in years, that she seems happy, that she's learning to cook and they're eating better...but that was just the mania side of her mental illness. I think it's quite an important movie in that respect, although I do feel it will be seen by most as a cheap twist ending instead of for what it actually is.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postpartum_psychosis
    Very interesting. I would add that not only does the film show how when you put all your energy into caring for your children, that you can stop taking care of yourself, but that the relationship between husband and wife can also suffer. We've seen it time and time again that when a mom and dad put so much energy into their children, they forget to foster their own personal relationship that will help their marriage flourish. It's understandable, but equally sad. I'm not married, but I can imagine this being a difficult thing to balance. In fact, I've seen it first hand with my own parents.

    Tully was a fantastic film and Theron NEEDS to be remembered come Oscar season.
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    This remake is saved by two ideas-swapping the spoiled rich roles from the original, and having a Mexican flair to it. ~20% of the movie is in Spanish with English subtitles. The male start is apparently a big star in Mexico. He's quite funny and a bit like a hispanic version of Mr. Bean. Of course it's predictable, and very maudlin at the end, but there are some laughs to be had.
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    at last have watched mother!

    oh good lord, what a wonderful, fantastic, delightful, witty, multifaceted, subtle, bittersweet, ingenious first half - pure genius!

    the second half, or maybe less - maybe the ratio of perfect/trite is rather 2:1 or even 3:1 - was a huge letdown (everything got sooooo flat, one-dimensional and sadly predictable), but the sheer ecstasy of the first (two thirds? three quarters?) was enough to get me through the banality of the rest. Will certainly re-watch it lots of times, but not the whole of it.

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    Still haven't watched mother!, hope to change that soon.

    Also.. Watching Deadpool 2 today!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean View Post
    at last have watched mother!

    oh good lord, what a wonderful, fantastic, delightful, witty, multifaceted, subtle, bittersweet, ingenious first half - pure genius!

    the second half, or maybe less - maybe the ratio of perfect/trite is rather 2:1 or even 3:1 - was a huge letdown (everything got sooooo flat, one-dimensional and sadly predictable), but the sheer ecstasy of the first (two thirds? three quarters?) was enough to get me through the banality of the rest. Will certainly re-watch it lots of times, but not the whole of it.
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    "Dark Crimes/True Crimes" is Jim Carrey's new movie. Jim I felt did one hell of an acting job. I loved the atmosphere and his character's relentless pursuit for the truth regardless of who he hurts. Movie felt a little slow at times, a tad predictable, but overall it was nice to see Jim in a completely different and refreshing role. 8/10
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    Deadpool 2:


    Everything that Avengers wasn't. Funny, with hundreds of inside industry, and pop culture references (too many to catch in one viewing), no fear of breaking the fourth wall. Long tedious battle scenes don't exist, they are constantly interrupted with something funny. The parachute scene is worth the price of admission alone.

    Several cool cameos, including one that will likely have you waiting for the credits to be sure who it was.


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    Still haven't watched mother!, hope to change that soon.
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    Deadpool 2 was so much fun! There are so many references and connections I really need to see it again.

    My favorite Easter Eggs/connections:

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    It took me a second, but when I saw them watching Barbra Streisand in Yentl, it dawned on me that Barbra Streisand is married to James Brolin, Josh Brolin's dad. Nice tidbit.

    Spoiler:
    The Goonies is one of my favorite films from my childhood. Even today, I revisit the film all the time. When I heard Deadpool address Cable as One Eyed Willy I almost had a nerdgasm. Goonies never say die!


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    Thanos. I know it's a cheap reference, but it's just oh so cool considering Avengers is still in theaters as we speak. Hearing Deadpool call Cable Thanos is about as cool as it gets.


    That's not even talking about the end credits scene which is just pure gold. Films like Deadpool make me realize why I love movies so much. Well done.
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    So many damn great nerd moments in Deadpool. I almost shat my pants when he says "Watch out, he's only 5'11, not like in the comics!"

    Or what about "So dark!! Are you sure you're not from the DC universe!?" LMAO
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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandito View Post
    So many damn great nerd moments in Deadpool. I almost shat my pants when he says "Watch out, he's only 5'11, not like in the comics!"

    Or what about "So dark!! Are you sure you're not from the DC universe!?" LMAO
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    Just viewed the new Avengers film. I give it an 11 on a scale of 1 to 10!!!!!

    DP2 on Friday. I hear great things!!!!
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    DP2 is just the worst way to talk about that film.
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