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dwsw-casimpala-j2m · 31 minutes ago
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Bride of Chucky film review 🔪
❗️Post will contain a review on the Bride of Chucky, a video will be included (cussing) ❗️
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I just started watching the Chucky movies (Child’s Play franchise) not in order since Netflix is missing the first movie :( .
When I was a kid I was always scared of Chucky cause one night I walked into my parents room when they were watching the part where Chucky was melting and let’s just say I ran out of there crying 😂.
Tonight I watched the Bride of Chucky and so far it’s one of my favorite films, Tiffany is a horror icon, she’s a queen! 🖤
⬇️ Credit to @sixx.skull on TikTok ⬇️
My thoughts during the movie :
• I love Tiffany, I don’t know why but I kept thinking of her as a sweetheart. I - she’s just the best!
• Chucky is one funny dude, I laughed a lot during the movie.
• From my point of view, it was just a romantic slasher comedy horror film, Jesse and Jade made the movie really interesting for me and Chucky and Tiff were the ones that just made the movie iconic.
Overall it is now one of my favorite movies and will probably be rewatching again.
My next post will be a review on the Seed of Chucky.
Any chucky fans, what are your thoughts on the franchise?
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crazydiscostu · 49 minutes ago
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Snakes On A Plane (2006. Film Review)
Snakes On A Plane (2006. Film Review)
Every so often a film comes along that makes the audience question their own tastes. A film that makes movie-goers stop and analyse themselves. A film that makes cinema fans question their own mental health. Snakes On A Plane is one of those films. An FBI agent takes on a plane full of deadly venomous snakes, deliberately released to kill a witness being flown from Honolulu to Los Angeles to…
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rye-views · 4 hours ago
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Wish Dragon (2021) dir. Chris Appelhans. 7.4/10
I would recommend this movie to my friends. I would rewatch this movie.
This reminded me of Love Hina and obviously, Aladdin. I lowkey wish we didn't make it so similar to Aladdin, but it was good.
Din is so cute.
There were moments when characters sounded so American even though we were in Asia.
I vibe with shrimp chips.
When Din is on that door and Long sank, I was like..Titanic.
Lying is always wrong.
Li Na reminded me of the Incredibles's Violet.
I like Din's Nomoney suit more than his rich one.
I would love to touch Long. He seems so fluffy. I want to hold hands with him.
The dogs were so cute. Seems like something you can get from a claw machine.
That dumpling with the man's face was cute.
Memorable Quotes: "Go to school. Stop planning things."
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deprotagonisten · 4 hours ago
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Lourdes
Recensie Lourdes ★★★1/2 - vanaf 24-6 in de bioscoop en op @PiclNL Een intiem en respecterend portret over hoopvolle gelovigen. #Lourdes @POMcinema @FilmIncSocial
De documentaire Lourdes gaat over het Franse bedevaartsoord waar iedereen wel eens van heeft gehoord. Filmmakers Thierry Demaizière en Alban Teurlai volgen enkele pelgrims in hun tocht naar het stadje. Wat wij van Lourdes vinden, lees je in onze recensie. (more…)
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iwatchthereforeiam · 5 hours ago
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‘Acasă, My Home’ (2020) Review: Displacing a family of 11 to build a park Link: https://letterboxd.com/adeeshaey/film/acasa-my-home/
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moviechef69 · 6 hours ago
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Tooth Fairy
Its about this person that tell story about a tooth fairy that rip out there teeth but when her friend try to leave she fi d that the storie is not just a fairy tale. Movie need work its was to slow to boring to even be called scary.
My Rating 2/5
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realmrjakester · 7 hours ago
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'American Hustle' Review- What A Cast
‘American Hustle’ Review- What A Cast
‘American Hustle‘ is a 2013 dark comedy directed by David O. Russell. It is a dramatic retelling of an actual FBI sting operation, but it deviates so much from history it might as well be an original story. I am unfamiliar with the actual case, so I will only be focusing on the movie. In 1978, con artists Irving Rosenfeld (Christian Bale) and Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams) are having an affair as…
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emeto-film-critic · 7 hours ago
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Alita: Battle Angel
SAFE/Caution - A•
Approx. 6:25 •A• Alita bites an orange with a peel and you hear her spit/cough it out into the Dr.'s hand.
*** Gore (blue blood for cyborgs) can be seen and heard thoughout movie. ***
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polarbeing · 7 hours ago
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I just saw Luca the new Disney - Pixar movie and I loved it 🧜‍♂️🌈
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It is a movie with a great main message, being yourself and the fear and rejection that it may entail... but you just have to shut up your Bruno and live, you'll be in a full new world to discover!!!
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wits-writing · 8 hours ago
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I sang the praises of the late great Jim Steinman’s contributions to Walter Hill’s cult classic Streets of Fire in Cinapse’s Two Cents column this week!
Remember to check out Cinapse’s other articles while you’re over there!
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joelwatchesmovies · 9 hours ago
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Rush Hour 3 (2007)
Rush Hour 3 (2007)
After an attempted assassination on Ambassador Han, Inspector Lee and Detective Carter are back in action as they head to Paris to protect a French woman with knowledge of the Triads’ secret leaders. (Letterboxd) So, Agent Carter is the actual worst (here’s a Triad for you: racist, sexist, and obnoxious!), and Agent Lee’s straight man doesn’t offer enough in the way of countering his shit this…
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mysharona1987 · 10 hours ago
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reflexcine · 10 hours ago
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Críticas | Sangre fácil (1984)
Digno debut de los hermanos Coen en la que ya aparece su conocida impronta, aún en construcción. Una interesante historia de enredos entre personajes de variada importancia con grandes momentos de suspenso, aunque con algunos desajustes narrativos.
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Sinopsis: Abby (Frances Mcdormand) y su amante (John Getz) son descubiertos por un investigador privado (M. Emmet Walsh) contratado por su esposo (Dan Hedaya), quien le encarga asesinarlos. Una serie de malentendidos y los intereses del contratado harán que el plan original no salga como se esperaba.
Lo que salta rápidamente a la luz en la película es la clara intención de su director, Joel Coen, por hacer que su marca no pase desapercibida. No precisamente por la temática, aunque la idea será una constante en su filmografía acompañado por su hermano, sino por el protagonismo que cobran los movimientos de cámara y las transiciones finales. Allí, si bien no es algo plenamente característico suyo, se manifiestan esas ganas de sobresalir y  aportar desde cualquier lugar, sin que eso afecte negativamente en la historia.
El tono oscuro y pesimista presentado desde los primeros minutos no aparece acompañado casi en ningún momento por escenas ni personajes siquiera cercanos a la comedia. Lejos de ser algo negativo, la falta de contrastes le permite mantener la atención (y tensión) en un relato cada vez más enredado. Lo interesante de esta ausencia es el completo lavado de una estructura acostumbrada a usarse en una comedia de confusiones, para ser adaptada a una historia de crímenes y persecución sin ningún tipo de situación graciosa. Con una atmósfera similar a Después de hora (After hours, 1985) de Martin Scorsese, estrenada apenas un año más tarde, el silencio y la frialdad de la noche se usan como el marco principal para desarrollar una serie de eventos desafortunados que decantan de manera lógica en un desenlace fatal. Ambas condensan una gran cantidad de sucesos presentados de manera minuciosa, aunque la diferencia reside en el peso de sus personajes. En la de Scorsese, todo se muestra desde la perspectiva de un único protagonista (interpretado por Griffin Dunne) al que se le presentan eventuales compañeros/as de escena, mientras que en esta película cada uno de ellos tiene su momento de centralidad, con aportes que son de vital importancia para que poco a poco todo se salga de control. Porque si hay algo que tiene Sangre fácil es imprevisibilidad. Engaños y sobreentendidos sorpresivos, aunque en algunos casos poco justificados, conducen el cuento hacia el lugar menos pensado, llevando a una secuencia final que bien podría ser sacada de una película de terror de la época. 
Por fuera de todo lo bueno que puede llegar a proponer, es cierto también que existen algunos desajustes narrativos que impiden su total disfrute. En una gran apuesta donde el embrollo se encuentra tan presente, y sumado al poco ruedo profesional y a la nula experiencia en largometrajes de los hermanos directores/guionistas, algunos detalles y acciones pasan al olvido para continuar el curso de la trama, mediante escenas con algunas (contadas) contradicciones.
Sangre fácil es una ópera prima en la que ya se demuestra el potencial futuro de sus creadores, y donde ya aparece de manera incipiente su sello característico, y que, aunque con pequeñas fallas, deja bien parados a los debutantes. 
Ficha técnica
Título original: Blood simple (1984)
Género: drama, crimen
Duración: 96 min.
Dirección: Joel Coen
Guión: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Reparto: John Getz, Frances McDormand, Dan Hedaya, Samm-Art Williams, M. Emmet Walsh, Deborah Newmann
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Luca: Life On A Vespa
Luca: Life On A Vespa
4.5/5 Written by Luke Barnes Luca delights me by signalling that after a few wilderness years Pixar are back on form. I very much enjoyed Soul, check out my review, but this film is just slightly better: both films, however, are leagues above everything Pixar has made over the last few years with the exception of Toy Story 4– so heading in a positive direction. All the conversations that have…
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