Rate The Last Film You Watched

Jun 14, 2012
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Van Damme's acting is fucking comical I couldn't stop laughing whenever he tries to say something serious.
What always got me is when he's sad about the big American bloke getting hurt. Van Damme is calling him his brother and shit like that whilst only knowing him a couple days max.
 
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AntG

Scaredy Bat
Nov 16, 2012
3,856
3,026
Lancashire
Under Siege

Seagals best film as he plays a former Navy SEAL turned cook who has to stop his rogue commander and a group of mercenaries from stealing nuclear weapons from his ship. One of the better Die Hard clones.


Secretary

James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhaal star in this comedy drama about a woman released from a mental hospital who gets a job as a secretary for an eccentric lawyer and they develop a relationship based on sadomasochism.
 
May 25, 2013
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Under Siege

Seagals best film as he plays a former Navy SEAL turned cook who has to stop his rogue commander and a group of mercenaries from stealing nuclear weapons from his ship. One of the better Die Hard clones.


Secretary

James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhaal star in this comedy drama about a woman released from a mental hospital who gets a job as a secretary for an eccentric lawyer and they develop a relationship based on sadomasochism.
Love Secretary such an odd but also awesome film.
 
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DB Cooper

peel me a grape
May 17, 2013
23,136
10,162
Under Siege

Seagals best film as he plays a former Navy SEAL turned cook who has to stop his rogue commander and a group of mercenaries from stealing nuclear weapons from his ship. One of the better Die Hard clones.
Love that cake scene :good
 
Jul 6, 2019
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Just a typical McDonald's birthday dance-a-thon, complete with members of the prior year's Super Bowl winning team. Happened all the time back in the 80s.

The alien wearing the Teddy bear head as a mask is horrifying. Throw in Ronald McDonald giving off a killer clown/child rapist vibe, and you have the stuff of nightmares.
 
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kf3

Jul 17, 2012
7,415
4,136
South London
scarface.

some people here aint big fans. i don't get that.

pacino's performance alone deserves 9/10. a lot of the meat is in short scenes without the memorable/quotable lines. plus i forgot how hot the sister is, fro n all.
 
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BigBone

Sugalowda!
Jun 13, 2012
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3,084
Tycho Station
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scarface.

some people here aint big fans. i don't get that.

pacino's performance alone deserves 9/10. a lot of the meat is in short scenes without the memorable/quotable lines. plus i forgot how hot the sister is, fro n all.
Some people have a name you know, and it's @Penis Face Cat Funeral

I recommend the O.G. Scarface from '32 with the great Paul Muni, someone Brando idolized, so you know it's a great performance, and I'll argue the better movie.
 

kf3

Jul 17, 2012
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Some people have a name you know, and it's @Penis Face Cat Funeral

I recommend the O.G. Scarface from '32 with the great Paul Muni, someone Brando idolized, so you know it's a great performance, and I'll argue the better movie.
one of the ant guys too (no offence, i know the difference when i can see your avatars, but your names are the damn same)

i only watched it once but i thought the 32 film was pretty shit tbh, nothing against the people who made it but 32 was so long ago and film moved on so much since then.

i also think they are very very different films, the name is the same, but beyond that they are 2 gangster films where the guy does well then dies at the end, hundreds of them with different names. the themes and character of the pacino version are specific to that film.
 

BigBone

Sugalowda!
Jun 13, 2012
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one of the ant guys too (no offence, i know the difference when i can see your avatars, but your names are the damn same)

i only watched it once but i thought the 32 film was pretty shit tbh, nothing against the people who made it but 32 was so long ago and film moved on so much since then.

i also think they are very very different films, the name is the same, but beyond that they are 2 gangster films where the guy does well then dies at the end, hundreds of them with different names. the themes and character of the pacino version are specific to that film.
Yeah well '83 was long ago too and if u have fond memories of the year, u have less of them ahead than behind namsayin old man?