things are looking amazing for the ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ having it earned a 100% Tomatometer score. 🍅
10 days everyone. get ya broomsticks up and ready
This past weekend was a lot of fun, I finally got to see a film I've low-key been excited about watching for quite some time, #BadTimesattheElRoyale
. Unlike some of the other ensemble films that have come out this year and mostly disappointed, this film was really good! It's extremely well cast and is in some ways very reminiscent of one of me and my boy @wuzgood
(😂😂😂) favorite movies of all time, #PulpFiction
. The film is very stylistic in a Tarantino esque way from its flashbacks, outlandish characters and nonlinear storytelling. One of the things I really liked about Bad Times was the cinematography, especially in the night time and exterior scenes. This film was also shot on anamorphic glass and that created some really interesting ways for them to block their shots and foreshadow certain elements of the story if you were paying close enough attention. Overall, I give @elroyalemovie
an 8.5/10. This film was the exact opposite of a "Bad Time" and was actually quite fun and easily boasts @chrishemsworth
best performance outside of playing #THOR
I definitely recommend you guys check it out and see for yourself. For those of you that did, what did you guys think about #BadTimesattheElRoyale
? Let me know your thoughts below in the comments. #film #filmreview #moviereview #LetsShoot #setlife #mustseemovies #Variety #HollywoodReporter #RottenTomatoes #movies #anamorphic
I just want to say that I also rate #caos
100% and I haven’t even seen it! In @writerras
we trust. Amen.
For viewers who were yet to enter the universe in the 1960s First Man gives insight into the trials, politics and perils preceding one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. Yet another epic round of the quiet game for Ryan Gosling as first man to walk the moon, Neil Armstrong. It’s seems that when the casting for strong silent type is needed Gosling is Hollywood’s first man (pun intended). The film makes effort to churn out emotional content via Neil’s home life and family tragedy. But emotion from silent movie actor Gosling is mute. There’s been some spectacular space exploration films in recent years. First Man is not among them. Viewers are better off watching Sandra Bullock in Gravity (2013) or Matt Damon in The Martian (2015). Watching this film will make you feel like you’ve been launched into the deep dark abyss of space in all the wrong ways. 5/10 #firstman #ryangosling #moviereview #rottentomatoes
Day 15: #Goosebumps2HauntedHalloween
(2018). Goosebumps will always hold a special place in my heart - growing up I was obsessed with the books, the tv show, I even had a Goosebumps fan club with my friend David Braga, and we'd go to Zainy Brainy every time a new book came out and a lady would read it to a group of us -- we even went to see R.L. Stine give a talk one time and got his autograph. I enjoyed the first movie pretty well, but I did not feel the love on this second go around. Almost everything in this movie feels phoned in, from the performances, to the CGI, to the script, and there seemed to be very little fan service going on outside of Slappy the dummy, voiced this time not by Jack Black but by Mick Wingert (who has doubled for JB on projects like Kung Fu Panda spinoffs for the last 10 years and does a great job sounding like him, but the difference is noticeable). Most of the references to the books are naming titles briefly, or seeing characters in the background with no impact on the story whatsoever. So what we're left with feels like a rushed, straight to video sequel with some mildly funny cameos and tertiary characters (Wendi McLendon-Covey, Chris Parnell, Ken Jeong, and R.L. Stine himself says a line) and odd pacing (we go from an action scene where the kids barely escape into a house getting chased by 20 monsters to suddenly calmly planning the next move in the basement and having a costume making montage). Jack Black does finally show up in the last 20 minutes of the movie, but it feels like a far cry from what came before. Interestingly enough, the lead girl is played by Madison Iseman, who you might recognize as Bethany from Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, who becomes Jack Black when she enters the game (a surprisingly fun watch especially for Jack Black acting like a milennial teen, check it out if you haven't). Goosebumps 2 is a fun enough, light scare movie good for kids, but the hardcore Goosebumps fanboy I used to be demands more. Watched at the #regencyvannuysplant16
. 39% on #rottentomatoes
NIKO JUST WATCHED:
The Thin Red Line (1998)
With 2011's The Tree of Life being my favorite film, I just had to check this one out by Terrance Malick. Overall, a beautiful film. It's also extremely slow, and at some points, just flat-out boring. Jim Caviezel, known for playing Jesus in The Passion of the Christ, is the main character here, and does an amazing job. It has one of the largest big-name casts in a film, most of their names can be found on the poster. Even if they only show up for a few moments (George Clooney's in the last 4 minutes), they all do their best. Sean Penn is also one of the standouts. I think that any scene with the villagers or most of the war scenes are the best scenes. I feel like a good half out could've been cut. Beautiful cinematography and songs that will put you tears can be found in the film as well. Definitely worth watching, and one of my favorite war films. I'll have to re-watch it because I missed out on a lot of it (I checked my phone more than a few times), and I'll be happy to revisit it. Watch it. Not for everyone, but it's great nonetheless. Pick up the Criterion of it.
#thethinredline #seanpenn #terrancemalick #thetreeoflife #daysofheaven #war #warfilm #johntravolta #johncusack #johncreilly #drama #1998 #action #movie #movies #Jesus #film #films #cinematography #music #classical #pacific #wwii #pacificocean #thriller #GeorgeClooney #adrienbrody #rottentomatoes #imdb #criterioncollection
Child’s Play (1988), Dir. Tom Holland - 7/10 🎬
Esas 🌟 no son al azar😜 Medimos el rating de las películas utilizando portales conocidos como #IMDB
y a veces, con nuestro propio criterio😎. Dinos con ⭐ cuál es la cantidad mínima de estrellas que prefieres para decidir ver una película 👀🍿🎬 #RatingPopcornDo #PopcornDo #App
Nightcrawler is directed by Dan Gilroy and stars Billy Paxton, Riz Ahmed, Rene Russo, and Jake Gyllenhaal. This is the story of Louis Bloom, a man who lives off of scavenging and petty theft but once he finds out he can make a career just by filming shocking and graphic crimes for the news he starts going out of his way and doing anything he has to do to get the perfect shot, even if it’s illegal. I’ll get the most important part out of the way... WOW! Jake Gyllenhaal is amazing. This guy is a freaking actor!! And this movie is probably one of his best performances without a doubt. The way he acts with others and the way you can tell he’s literally insane! The way his character seems like such a nice guy, and how he talks to everyone and treats them but really he’s crazy, almost a psychopath, and he’ll do anything to get what he wants. He’ll cross the line and we see just how far he’ll go for some footage. Everything starts normal, just a guy trying to make a living off of this but once he gets more into it and once he wants to get paid he goes to a crazy amount just to be able to get a good video. He does things like make another news video company that’s competing against him crash on purpose, drag dead bodies into shots so the footage can look nicer, and craziest of all, that ending!!! Of course I won’t spoil it but DAYUM! It gets to the point where he starts causing people’s deaths just to record it and little by little we get to see how crazy this guy is and how he never gets caught. The acting is amazing, the camera work and shots are great, especially that chase scene at the end. All in all, this movie is great and a fun watch seeing this guy go insane. #nightcrawler #jakegyllenhaal #rizahmed #movies #film #moviereview #filmjunkie #cinema #amc #rottentomatoes
Next up for movie night, we checked out “First Man”. This is the background story of Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon. Ryan Gosling stars as Neil, and although his performance was great, we felt the movie overall was a bit slow. The narrative focuses on Neil’s family life, and showcases the sacrifices it took to achieve this incredible accomplishment. So if you are looking for a movie that focuses on his time in space, you may be a bit disappointed. Due to the lack of scenes in space, and the slow pace, we recommend skipping this film in IMAX and waiting until it’s available to view at home. We give this pick 7.2/10✅
Apostle is too good to just be on streaming. The latest release from director Gareth Evans - known mostly for the two brilliant The Raid films - Apostle follows a man’s journey to infiltrate a religious cult that has her sister captive and turns into a gloriously bloody and dark period horror.
Cults are scary, man. Whether it’s The Wicker Man or even Evans’ own previous work in V/H/S 2, cults are sinister, mysterious, and effortlessly creepy.
Good horror comes out of mystery, and Apostle delivers. It subverts a slow burn through Evans’ economic storytelling, instead giving us drip-fed intrigue that never lulls and always propels.
Apostle is fantastically cast. And if anyone can surpass the lead played by the great Dan Stevens, it’s Michael Sheen, who plays the leader of the cult that’s a glorious villain. It’s known that the best villains are the hero in their story, and this is exactly that. Sheen needs to provide for his flock, even if that means torture and sacrifice. But it’s not a sin for this community, it’s necessary for the growth of the land they live on. Which is what makes it all the more sinister.
The economics for this film illustrates how well a film can tell a story and how most films seem to fail. Exposition is never a chore here, and if we need a dialogue dump, we are transported the way the words try to, and that’s brilliant, because films are not plays. It’s the more visual medium.
A medium where Evans shines. Even though there’s not constant action through Apostle, the energy and movement of his previous movies lives in this film’s DNA. Every shot is calculated. The camera twists and turns exactly when it needs to. It chooses shots for meaning, not for cool. We are distorted and thrown into the POV of characters where it really matters. Everything informs everything in the construction of this film and that’s why it works so well.
Apostle fills you with intrigue and gives you enough movie logic for you to buy what’s happening. As it goes on, you continue to accept the paths these characters take and their motivations and the events that unfold. But then again, the film posits the question. Should you?
Should you believe?
: 36% in Circulation Lost, 23% Held by Speculators, #US
Tax Authority Monitoring
Two research firms released compelling data on the state of #BitcoinCore
(BTC). Chainalysis revealed 36% of BTC in circulation is lost, likely lost, or unmined. The percentage of BTC held by speculators is 22%, while investors accounted for a steady 30%. The United States government, and especially its Internal Revenue Service (IRS), reportedly account for 20% of spending ($5.7 million out a collective total of $28.8 million) for monitoring on-chain transactions through firms like Chainalysis, according to researchers at Diar.
BTC Investors and Speculators Have Held Their Positions Over the Summer
Chainalysis recently updated their year-long study of the bitcoin core (BTC) money supply, Spring to Spring, 2017 to 2018. Initial findings of that previous period “revealed long-term investors sold approximately $24 billion of bitcoin to new speculators between December 2017 and April 2018, with half of this activity occurring in December alone. This unprecedented injection of liquidity served as a fundamental driver behind the price decline during the same period,” Chainalysis maintained. Obviously, when those who once held a financial product sell, the price falls and can do so dramatically.
The latest findings, however, include data through August, and conclude “that bitcoin investors and speculators have held their positions over the summer.” Chainalysis combined their existing knowledge of on-chain activity with their previous money supply work. Interestingly, they appear to be mirroring tactics and methodology employed by the Federal Reserve, the US central bank. “The Federal Reserve,” researchers noted, “for example, tracks various measures of U.S. dollar money supply and their relationships with important economic variables, including GDP growth and inflation.” The nascent crypto-economy is often considered obscure, difficult to monitor in any effective manner. This is largely due to the heavy mathematical nature of cryptographic currencies.
#bitcoinluxury #luxurylifestyle #money #business #chineseinvestors #millionaire #investors #rottentomatoes #tesla #instago
The predator is one of the second best hit on the box office September 2018,the predator made 43 rotten tomatoes,rotten tomatoes are the critics,I enjoyed it,its okay for me but the first time when you watch it u really enjoy it but then when u watch it again u see that some effect's are crappy and some scenes doesn't make sense,the predator has a lot funny scene but some of them are offensive and the jokes are really strong. Do I recommend it to u,yes if u enjoy aliens movie,if u are a fan of the predator movie or u really enjoy science fiction movie. #predator
r#movies #rottentomatoes #comics #aliens #thepredatormovie #thepredator2018 #siencefictionmovie
⚠️This post is unrelated to IMDb Favored List ⚠️
<101 Dalmatians> (1996)
📽 IMDb: 5.7 / Rotten Tomatoes: 37%
📽 Director: Stephen Herek
📽 Stars: Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Joely Richardson
📽 Genre: Family, Comedy, Adventure
An evil high-fashion designer plots to steal Dalmatian puppies in order to make an extravagant fur coat, but instead creates an extravagant mess.
In this film there were 230 puppies and 20 adult Dalmatians used!
The producers would dab steak juice or rub hot dogs onto the actors’ faces to make the puppies lick them on cue.
Glenn (Cruella) was so scary that the dog playing Purdita couldn’t film because she kept shaking and tried to escape several times.
The doggies are such a great actors. The chemistry between the dogs and the actors are so lovely.
#movie #moviestagram #film #moviereview #imdb #rottentomatoes #101dalmatians #stephenherek #glennclose #jeffdaniels #cruella #dalmatian #family #comedy #adventure #영화 #영화리뷰 #101달마시안 #달마시안
Fatal Attraction (1987), Dir. Adrian Lyne - 6.5/10
"Это очень забавная история" (2010) режиссёров Анны Боден и Райана Флека (они же режиссёры будущего "Капитана Марвел") по одноимённому роману Неда Виззини с @keirgilchristofficial
, и нозящей звездой "Мальчишника в Вегасе" Заком Галифианакисом очень забавный фильм.
16-летней Крэйг переживает депрессию и пытается найти помощь в клинике для душевнобольных. Там он случайно попадает в отделение для взрослых, а один из пациентов, Бобби, вскоре становится наставником Крэйга и одновременно - его протеже. Юноша также проникается симпатией к одной из пациенток - своей ровеснице Ноэлль. Всего за пять дней Крэйгу предстоит очень многое узнать о жизни, дружбе, любви и о тех трудностях, с которым сопряжена пора взросления.
Фильм по сути ни о чем и обо всем. Тут забавные диалоги, забавные ситуации, забавная игра актёров🤔, видимо как корабль назовёшь, так он и поплывет. Ещё здесь приятный саундтрек. Местами смеешься над иронией, местами задумываешься над ней же. Минус же этого фильма, что через неделю забудешь вообще о чем он, но будешь помнить что над чем-то угорал.
Личная оценка: 7,0/10;
1) Metacritic: 63/100 на основании 33 кинокритиков;
: 58% свежести со средней оценкой 6/10 на основании 130 рецензентов;
: 7,1/10 (122 390);
: 7,392/10 (46 407); #itskindofafunnystory
#ryanfleck #nedvizzini #keirglichrist #emmaroberts #zachgalifianakis #violadavis #zoekravitz #metacritic #rottentomatoes #imdb #кинопоиск #comedy #drama #romance #комедия #драма #мелодрама #repost #репост #review #рецензия #usa #cinemaindustry #movie #film #cinema #кино #фильм
The Exorcist (1973), Dir. William Friedkin - 8/10 🎬
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