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Review the most recent film you've seen
#81


Fully lives up to its reputation of not being very good or funny.
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#82
(11-04-2021, 03:57 PM)Tiuri Wrote:

Fully lives up to its reputation of not being very good or funny.

Holy airbrushing Batman! I would never have known that was Melissa McCarthy, if not for her name being listed.
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#83
I gave this a go - 5 mins I turned it off! Shame as I love Melissa McCarthy.
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#84
Here's the first of a couple of recently-watched films that I've enjoyed recently.


A very fresh and fast Australian coming-of-age film that's also a disturbing psychological thriller quite explicitly calls itself a "homosexual film". Interestingly, apart from a teacher's voice, this is an all-male cast.
This is the story of a gay schoolboy who spends most of his time on dating apps, using the name Sequin (wearing a sequin top for his encounters). Refreshingly, the boy's father is totally supportive of his son's sexuality and he's not the only gay boy at school, if only he'd get his head out of his phone!
Things get out of hand for Sequin after he attends an anonymous sex party and falls for a beautiful stranger that he longs to find again, but ends up being stalked by an obsessive.
This film's biggest asset is Conor Leach as "Sequin" who really sparkles on screen. Hopefully he's got a big career ahead of him.
Streamed it over the weekend, but the film will be avaliable on Peccadillo dvd and blu-ray next month.



Don't be put off by the trailer music, this is a very heady, crazy story of passionate, utterly obsessive love or perhaps lust in long term hyperdrive.
A separated Parisian wife and mother becomes the mistress to a handsome young Russian businessman, her obsession drives her to the brink of insanity. Yeah, it is crazy love, but I could appreciate how your feelings might get out of control.
Controversial Ukranian ballet dancer, Sergei Polunin plays the lover and gets all his kit off for this. So if you've ever wanted to see him naked a lot, then you'll get to see every last jiggly bit. (Fortunately his Putin tattoo was cleanly removed for the film!)
Can't say I like his politics nor his stupidly crass statements, but it wasn't difficult to appreciate how someone's lust could get out of control over Sergei's body! He reminds me of someone, which probably added something for me.
Another film I streamed, however I've not heard of a disc release as yet. Still it'd be one to see in HD! Drool
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#85
Just to finish things off, here's another two I've seen recently (that I don't think have been mentioned in this thread)...




The fascinating story of a young gay man living in deeply homophobic Georgia.
Merab is a very talented, hard-working dancer studying to be a professtional, hiding his true sexuality, until he meets a new student. This isn't entirely a love story, this is a journey of self-discovery in a country where its not safe to be yourself.  Article here.
Filmed covertly in Georgia, it feels boldly defiant and certainly generated hatred and violence when it premiered in its homeland. Levan Gelbakhiani is terrific as Merab, he really holds the screen and keeps you with his every emotion throughout.
I saw this on an imported R1 blu-ray, though its also available on R2 dvd and on streaming.

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A very powerful modern love story between two men who meet anonymously at a gay club and the electrifying hours after their first encounter. The film kicks off with a long stunningly explicit encounter in a sex club where the lovers meet and hook up. After this very full-on real sex coupling, the men start to really get to know each other and we witness them as they walk and talk through Paris at night wondering if they'll make it. Their encounter becomes a lot more significant, almost mythic as time passes and I fell in love with them. I found it engaging and at times, importantly educational. Terrific and very nakedly honest performances from both Geoffrey Couët and François Nambot.
Released in 2016, so older than the others I've mentioned, I watched this on blu-ray, but its also available on dvd and on streaming services.
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#86
As I've never actually sat through it, as a Bank Holiday treat I watched....




Quite impressed really.
Always heard bad things about it and, at 4 hours, it did drag a bit (but only really at the end) but overall an excellent movie.

The worst thing about it was Richard Burton. Now I'm a Burton fan.. but I'm pretty sure he must have been pissed (over) acting through this. Thats very much what it seemed like.
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#87


This felt like a good cast wasted on a mediocre, unoriginal storyline
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(04-05-2021, 01:52 PM)Tiuri Wrote: This felt like a good cast wasted on a mediocre, unoriginal storyline

totally agree with you.


Another Round



it's a great movie with an amazing cast. anyone who is having or have gone through mid-life crisis can relate to.

Rumor has it Hollywood / Leonardo DiCaprio is remaking it? Can't wait to see how they ruin a perfectly great movie.
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