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What was the last film you saw?

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  • KoteykaKoteyka Posts: 232 Member
    Toy Story 4. Wouldn't recommend it though as it diminishes everything important about the third movie. Watch the original trilogy instead :)
  • EmschmemEmschmem Posts: 84 Member
    Spiderman: into the multiverse! Beautiful artistry I cry 😭💯
  • KoteykaKoteyka Posts: 232 Member
    edited July 3
    @Emschmem off topic but I have one question: is there going to be a lot of heartbreaking moments? Because I'm not sure I can handle another rubble scene :'(
  • EmschmemEmschmem Posts: 84 Member
    @Koteyka I'm talking about the cartoon, not the new live-action if that's what you're referring to! (My guess based on the "rubble scene", which I def cried during 😭). I def haven't seen Spiderman: Far from Home (the new one!!) but I'm in the same boat as you!
  • KoteykaKoteyka Posts: 232 Member
    @Emschmem oh, my bad! :# I thought you were talking about the new movie since judging by the trailers it's also going to be about multiverses and stuff. I actually had no idea there is a new cartoon, under what rock was I living the past couple of months? :p Well, at least now I know how to spend my time this evening! :D
  • Mr_SlimstaMr_Slimsta Posts: 31 Member
    I last watched "War Dogs", seen it before but it's such an amazing film. Plan on also watching Interstellar for the 10th time, another great film.
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  • CheetahAlyssaCheetahAlyssa Posts: 316 Member
    Just watched Spider-man Far From Home last night, it was honestly one of my favorite Marvel movies of all time.
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  • adduapinaadduapina Posts: 425 Member
    edited July 22
    Just watched Spider-man Far From Home last night, it was honestly one of my favorite Marvel movies of all time.

    Haha I watched Black Panther last night and I thought it might be one of my favorite Marvel movies of all time :smiley:
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  • Olive_tehFuglyOlive_tehFugly Posts: 1,744 Member
    My last movie was the live-action Aladdin, with Will Smith playing the genie. I loved his spin on it; him and the guy playing Aladdin were my favorites.
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  • MRSMLOGMRSMLOG Posts: 17,433 Member
    Beauty and the Beast (live-action)
  • simlish1simlish1 Posts: 2,664 Member
    Lion King (live action) my favourite film as a kid and still is now, even though im 30 haha! Loved it :D
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  • BulmaBunnyBulmaBunny Posts: 15 Member
    Toy Story 4 !!!
  • February11February11 Posts: 8,438 Member
    Jack Wick
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  • amber_ilumireamber_ilumire Posts: 515 Member
    Guardians of the Galaxy
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  • MrsMorse1MrsMorse1 Posts: 19 Member
    Inglorious Basterds
  • zokliozoklio Posts: 38 Member
    Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw. Watched it only because the movie that I want to watch isn't available yet at the cinema. I guess it's entertaining enough because of the comedy.
  • nerdfashionnerdfashion Posts: 3,545 Member
    Avengers Infinity War, since End Game is STILL in theaters :angry:
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  • Deshong04Deshong04 Posts: 4,113 Member
    Avengers: Endgame

    Wow. Great movie, loved it. Had me at the edge of my seat. And now I'm still waiting for Avatar 2, 3 and 4. :D
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  • February11February11 Posts: 8,438 Member
    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood - better than I expected. Really good.
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  • TamsenSkier10TamsenSkier10 Posts: 30 Member
    Big Miracle
  • petewentospetewentos Posts: 88 Member
    I do this thing where I watch classic horror films in the dead of night and I just happened to finish watching The Texas Chain Saw Massacre at about 3:00 a.m. two days ago :sweat_smile:
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  • February11February11 Posts: 8,438 Member
    petewentos wrote: »
    I do this thing where I watch classic horror films in the dead of night and I just happened to finish watching The Texas Chain Saw Massacre at about 3:00 a.m. two days ago :sweat_smile:

    :o I've never seen it, I've been told all about it. Sounds awful. Brave you!
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  • LunaSimmerLunaSimmer Posts: 16 Member
    Spiderman into the spiderverse (which is amazing and I definitely reccomend it if you haven't seen it)
  • SimburianSimburian Posts: 4,624 Member
    'Total Recall' with Arnold Schwarzenegger last night on TV. Somehow the story fascinates me but it is very violent. I read the original story as well and believe this sort of stuff will be exactly what takes place in the near future if we don't put a stop to shady dealings now.

    Apparently one's eyes don't pop in Martian conditions. They got their science wrong there! :)
  • IdontrcallIdontrcall Posts: 18,888 Member
    February11 wrote: »
    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood - better than I expected. Really good.

    Me, too. I really liked it a lot.
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