Guns Akimbo (2019) - 4.5 Dick Shots - really enjoyed this! With Daniel Radcliffe and Samara Weaving. Super impressed with her atm, this is the 6th movie I've seen her in and they've all been really good. You could describe this movie as Scott Pilgrim meets The Running Man. It's actually better going in to it not knowing much about the plot, but definitely give it a watch, it's really fun.
I thought I was the only one who has seen it. You're right it is a pretty dark movie, and unless you're into weird dark shit I would recommend it lol.^ I agree, I thought that was a pretty good one too.
It's a pretty dark movie, though, so unless you're into weird dark shit, I wouldn't recommend it necessarily. With that being said, for a low-budget horror film, it was definitely above-average...I was impressed particularly by the performances in it, as I remember (haven't seen it in a while)...the "mom and dad" villains were great, as was the actress who played the film's protagonist
Directed by Steven Sheil. With Perry Benson, Dido Miles, Olga Fedori, Ainsley Howard. Lena, a young Polish immigrant working as a cleaner at an airport is invited to the family home of a co-worker, which turns sinister quickly as the family intend to 'adopt' her.www.imdb.com
Agreed, terrible film. The Kirsten Dunst / Pacey from Dawson's Creek episode of The Outer Limits was much better (there is some similarity in terms of story). It's called Music Of The Spheres if you're interested.This is the only Lars von Trier film I've ever seen.
To be quite frank, it was terrible. It was a boring ass film. It dragged. I really came to hate Kirsten Dunst's character. It wasn't even sci-fi. The ending played at the beginning. The characters were self absorbed, loathsome. And to be honest, it didn't even really leave an impression on me; my wife had to remind me what I had watched a mere few hours later.
Probably did watch it, I binged through the 90s reboot last year when it was all on Prime.The Outer Limits was much better (there is some similarity in terms of story). It's called Music Of The Spheres if you're interested
I hear that. I just disagree. To me there was nothing about them that was really even a true departure from the films that were previously released. All of it was par for the course for a Star Wars movie. They probably could've had a better story but imo it's of a similar quality to any other Star Wars.It's not episode 8 that caught flack from me... it's episodes 7, 8, and 9 lol.
They were utter shite and as a devout Star Wars fan I just pretend they didn't happen. They can't even reboot/remake them because most of the actors have already declared they wouldn't return to Star Wars. Most embarrassing reboot ever...
deficiT said:They probably could've had a better story but imo it's of a similar quality to any other Star Wars.
Dude it's a space opera. I don't see what's so hard to understand about the plot lol... it's a crew of characters getting into adventures and battling evil. It's really not that serious. Star Wars is light hearted and meant to be enjoyed, it's not Oscar worthy filmmaking.No. The films didn't even work together to form a coherent overall narrative arc across the trilogy. The plots of the films were either derivative or incomprehensible. The emperor is alive now? Seriously?
The sequel trilogy sucked. If you think they were about the same quality as the original, you fail to see the quality of the original films.