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Night At The Movies

Some stuff ive watched recently, its been awhile since i watched this many movies, mostly due to lack of time, so now im catching up
In Today Already Walks Tomorrow

The Raid, whatever, the best action movie made in the last 20 years
2This Will Destroy You
Young Mountain

City of Life and Death, drama movie revolving the crimes of the japanese empire
during the Nanking occupation. Its a huge punch in the stomach and its gonna
hurt for awhile, the movie itself is executed brilliantly and shows the struggles of
both sides.
Vena Sera

Blade Runner, im into cyberpunk anime, its something that i cant explain but
most of the sci fi stuff that comes from japan leaves me wondering about many
aspects of life. this movie started it all, and im amazed at how well this has aged,
the film looks amazing, the story is excellent and it has the philosophical bs that is
present in most cyber punk of today. if you like sci fi, this is for you
4Jimmy Eat World

13 Assassins, a chanbara about 13 samurai who must stop a evil warlord. The
movie is gory and very action oriented but still has allot of messages, the way of
the samuray bs and does a damn good job of represent the feudal ages
5American Football
American Football

Merantau, this was Iko Uwais first movie and it was also directed by Gareth Evans,
they both went and produced 'The Raid'. The movie has that sophisticated feel and
shows both the amazing Silat skill by Iko and Gareths cool filmography shots. Not
much when it comes to story but helluva fun in the action department
The Satellite Years

The Raid 2, Rama vs Ryuichi is hands down my favourite fighting scene ever in a
movie even tho i prefer the original over this but this is almost as good
Out Of Sync

The Blair Witch Project, a fellow sputniker reminded me of this movie and i gave it
a rewatch after almost 15 years. And its still creepy and mystifying as hell, a great
found footage film
8Explosions in the Sky
All of a Sudden, I Miss Everyone

Poltergeist, some told me this is a must watch if youre a fan of horror movies. tbh
im not, but i didnt find the movie to be scary or anything although the ideas and
the story and actually pretty good, overall i really liked this one
9God is an astronaut
Age of the Fifth Sun

2001: A Space Odyssey, a rewatch, not much to be said about this film just watch
it and find your own answers
I Was Here For a Moment, Then I Was Gone

The Man From Nowhere (Ajeossi), a great action flick taking place in japan. wont
spoil most of the story but the action scenes are brutal and theres actually allot of
effort both in story and acting
War All the Time

Paranormal Activity, some scary moments but imho its a snooze fest most of the
time.. not to mention this is the stupidest couple in movie history, why wont they
just shut the door?
12Poison the Well
The Opposite of December

Paranormal Activity 3, forget the first movie, this is the real deal

Man Of Tai Chi, directed by Keanu Reeves with ALLOT of fighting scenes, and good
fighting scenes tbh. The acting is laughable but the plot is interesting enough
14Boards of Canada
The Campfire Headphase

Ong Bak, action movie based on Muay Thai. had mixed opinions about this one, in
some cases the movie is really good but in others it just exaggerates allot
Alternate Endings

Event Horizon, i could go as far as saying the movie was really decent until the
second half, where it all took a ride on the bullshit train. i was surprised to see this
was directed by paul anderson tho.. its by far his best movie ahahahahhahaa
We Were Exploding Anyway

Inception, massive points for originality, the movie has a good balance between
action and story but theres always someone explaining things when there
should've been stuff that explained things to us. i fucking hate that shit, having
someone constantly explaining the audience just wtf is going on, in most movies
they even treat the audience like fucking idiots.. have something else do the
explanations. as for the rest, its really good
17Sigur Ros

Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning, never though that this franchise would have
a movie this good. its not only balanced in terms of plot and action, the actors
themselves did a fine good job of keeping things in their place and the
filmography is perfect for this. this movie is even better than 'Regeneration' the
prequel to this, which was already a really good action flick and way better than
the original 'Universal Soldier'
Young Team

Godzilla (2014), not bad for a Kaiju movie but i wanted more Godzilla action. also,
i was a bit disappointed that the big G didnt go apeshit and destroyed everything
in his way
19DJ Krush

Master And Commander, yea, yea, its good but it feels forced in many parts, like
most Hollywood movies taking place in the past. on a side note, Russell Crowe is
just as awesome as he always is
No Wings To Speak Of

gonna watch Babel tomorrow!
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