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super_etecoon said:
kljesta64 said:
8/10 mindfu** for sure. I got to be honest.. i didnt know what was happening and sometimes thats enough to have a great time. saw something similar taking place in the desert in some abandoned motel but i cant remember the title but its as good as primer.

poltergeist (1982)

Could it have been this

yes thats it :D how did you find it ? saw it only once maybe i'll rewatch it. thanks a ton!



Tsubasa Ozora

Keiner kann ihn bremsen, keiner macht ihm was vor. Immer der richtige Schuss, immer zur richtigen Zeit. Superfussball, Fairer Fussball. Er ist unser Torschützenkönig und Held.

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kljesta64 said:
super_etecoon said:

Could it have been this

yes thats it :D how did you find it ? saw it only once maybe i'll rewatch it. thanks a ton!

Just lucky! I used some of your keywords and maybe some of the plot concept of Primer (don't want to give anything away here) and it was the first title on the list.  I haven't seen it, but I'll definitely keep my eye out for it.

And with that I'll end this distraction from the game...and pass on your movie to the next available poster.  I have memories of watching Poltergeist as a child, but never actually made it through the whole thing and wouldn't feel comfortable giving it a rating.

Poltergeist (1982)



Can't rate, haven't seen enough of it.

The Thing (1982).



3/10 I was never really a fan of The Thing, in fact I'd say it's one of John Carpenters worst films, or at least of the ones I've seen anyway... I'd like to say something like "Not even Kurt Russell saved it", but I'm not really a fan of him either, lol.

The Fly (1958)



7/10 rembember it being silly but what else to expect from a sci fi movie made in the 50s

TMNT The Movie (1990)



Tsubasa Ozora

Keiner kann ihn bremsen, keiner macht ihm was vor. Immer der richtige Schuss, immer zur richtigen Zeit. Superfussball, Fairer Fussball. Er ist unser Torschützenkönig und Held.

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7/10 Not nearly as good as the cartoons were or the videogame was, but it was fun. Its legacy is definitely tainted by the sequels.

Remo Williams (1985) Not even sure anyone's ever seen this movie.



Cant rate, never even heard of it.


The Big Lebowski



9/10 Easily one of my favourite comedy films, and it's super quotable, but that's just like, my opinion, man...

Watchmen



4/10

It's a case of a 'maximalist' movie adaptation: detailed visual composition & cinematic tricks while disregarding ways of actually adapting this narrative to not feel so bloated. I was one of those who hadn't read the graphic novel yet so I just remember coming out a bit lost & disappointed. I remember friends saying it's practically a 1-to-1 slide of the comic. My stance had always been the same: the story struck me as a writer stuck up his own ass. Not a bad description of Alan Moore in general.

Christopher Nolan's The Prestige.



10/10...yeah, almost anything Nolan will get that rating out of me. But Prestige is just a superb gem. Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, David Bowie, Andy Serkis, and of course Michael Caine. It's just a great story that's told with almost a whimsical feel that gives you a gut punch at the end. I don't know where it fits in my list of Nolan movies, but it's certainly in the top 5.

There Will Be Blood (2007)