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    Daredevil: Director's Cut (Mark Steven Johnson, 2004) - 9/10

    I never saw the much criticised theatrical version, so no comparison. However that one was, this version is great.
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    Star Wars - The Force Awakens - 6/10

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    Independence Day: Resurgence: 5/10

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    What we do in the Shadows. 8/10

    A mockumentary of 4 modern day vampires sharing a flat. Surprisingly funny.

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    Get a Job: 6/10

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    Thor (Kenneth Branagh, 2011) - 8/10

    Let down a bit by the earthbound sequences. I do prefer my superheroes to have some sense of loss or regret driving them on; viz Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, Daredevil. Thor is cool but doesn't have that so much.

    Dredd (Pete Travis, 2012) - 8/10

    Infinitely better than the dreddful Stallone film. The plot is rather too linear to make it a great movie though.
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    Superman And The Mole Men (Lee Sholem, 1951) - 5/10
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    Superman (Richard Donner, 1978) - 9/10
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    Conjuring 2, 10/10
    Quote Originally Posted by Crime City Mark View Post
    Hahaha,

    I have a story about that. I probably shouldn't share it. Kinda lame, actually. Forget I said anything.

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    Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1966) - 8/10

    A fictionalised biopic of the 15th century Icon painter, the film is not so much a continuous narrative as a series of tableaux (all details in the link) in the painter's life, his loss of faith and regaining of it, all set against the turmoil and brutality of medieval Russia.
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    Cleopatra (1912): 6/10
    Star Trek Beyond: 7/10
    Atlantis (1913): 7/10
    The Student of Prague (1913): 8/10
    The Avenging Conscience: 7/10

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    Monty Python & the Holy Grail (Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones, 1974) - 8/10

    The Plank (Eric Sykes, 1967) - 7/10

    "The Mutual Comedies" (Charlie Chaplin, 1916-1917) - 7/10 (a collection of the 12 shorts Chaplin made for Mutual. The earliest ones are basic slapstick fare, but it's during this period the great man really found his signature style)

    Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths (Sam Liu/Lauren Montgomery, 2010) - 8/10 (Animated movie from the DC Universe series)

    Mirror (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1975) - 9/10
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    The Butcher Boy (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, 1917) - 7/10

    The first appearance on-screen of Buster Keaton
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    Gamera vs. Guiron (1969) - 5/10

    Fifth in the monster turtle series. Frequently in the 'so bad it's good' stakes this one. Two annoying children get abducted to a planet on the other side of the sun, where they fall into the hands of a pair of seemingly nice ladies who secretly plan to consume their brains and then travel to earth, where presumably they will do the same thing to the rest of the human race!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sister morphine View Post
    "The Mutual Comedies" (Charlie Chaplin, 1916-1917) - 7/10 (a collection of the 12 shorts Chaplin made for Mutual. The earliest ones are basic slapstick fare, but it's during this period the great man really found his signature style
    Check out his Keystone comedies. I've spent the last few days watching those too. A lot of good ones in there, but on this thread I've only been rating the feature length films I've been watching. I do have my ratings for those shorts saved somewhere else though.

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