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What was the last film you saw?


  • Charolette_MagdaCharolette_Magda Posts: 16 Member
    The last film I watched was Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, which, as always, is a great movie. 10/10 would recommend it.
  • GirlFromIpanemaGirlFromIpanema Posts: 817 Member
    An Affair to Remember :cry:
    Slowly getting through my Cary Grant film list!
  • PastelMermaidPastelMermaid Posts: 1,294 Member
    mortal kombat - boyfriends choice for our anniversary
    .... still dont know how i feel about the whole thing - i like my horror movies but that was... something else (for something NOT in the horror category)

    "wahoo" - aquaman
  • NormalNormal Posts: 3 New Member
    cool hand luke
  • DemonLooksDemonLooks Posts: 5 New Member
    the leopard 1963

    i would highly highly recommend it aswel
    its a bit lenghty but im sure u simmers are down for the ride
    dont wanna talk more about it because i believe movies are suppoused to be watched blind in every aspect
  • SamDennySamDenny Posts: 559 Member
    The Secret Obsession.
  • MMA_Rebel10MMA_Rebel10 Posts: 52 Member
    RoboCop 2
  • TheStarrSimmerTheStarrSimmer Posts: 197 Member
  • WolfGirlWolfGirl Posts: 36 Member
    The movie WW84
    Stranger at the Door
  • jpsulsuldagdagjpsulsuldagdag Posts: 326 Member
    1BR. Crazy and tense film.
  • TheStarrSimmerTheStarrSimmer Posts: 197 Member
    edited May 2021
    "Rebound" {With Martin Lawrence}

    The One I Wrote For You
  • TheStarrSimmerTheStarrSimmer Posts: 197 Member
    Volcano with Tommy Lee Jones
  • rubyskywalkerrubyskywalker Posts: 1,174 Member
    edited June 2021
    Zombies 2 (a Disney Channel Original movie).... for about the seventh time? I have a liking for the Werewolves. And it's a great movie series, third and final one is in the works this year. Disney did a great job coming up with a movie about equality and not hiding your true self because you're beautiful no matter what. I highly recommend watching both movies, which are on Disney+
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  • SimSpockSimSpock Posts: 213 Member
    An Irish horror movie called "Caveat".

    Really well done with almost no budget. Three actors, only one of whom is seen most of the time, and the location consists of a couple of rooms, a hallway, and a basement of a house. Almost no blood and/or gore; just a good psychological / supernatural (?? - or are they just crazy?) thriller.

    @Normal : I haven't seen it in a lot of years, but Cool Hand Luke might be the best movie that I've ever watched. Sixth Sense gives it a running.
  • nerdfashionnerdfashion Posts: 5,936 Member
    edited June 2021
    Cruella, one of my favorite of Disney's recent live-action renditions of their classics! It was really dark for a Disney movie, y'all should go see it if theatres are open in your area.

  • February11February11 Posts: 11,848 Member
    The Sister Brothers - strange.

  • MyriadSimsMyriadSims Posts: 1,197 Member
    The Conjuring 1

    Before that earlier today I saw the Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It
  • AstroAstro Posts: 6,537 Member
    A Quiet Place Part 2. It was the perfect, not to long not to short, intense, heartwarming, scary, everything. Loved it.
  • NushnushganayNushnushganay Posts: 9,418 Member
    Terminator, the original. Still excellent use of suspense throughout, but I think I had better avoid anything like that for a while. Too much adrenaline response.
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  • WhatCobblersWhatCobblers Posts: 2,204 Member
    Ferngully: The Last Rainforest. It came on TV the other day. Nostalgia!
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  • MRSMLOGMRSMLOG Posts: 21,181 Member
    The Water Boy
  • NushnushganayNushnushganay Posts: 9,418 Member
    Am halfway watching Sweeney Todd right now as a matter of fact. Terrifically predictable, but gory and horrifying nonetheless. At least parts of it are funny but overall, yech.
    Racism is EVERYONE's fight #BLM #StopAsianHate
    Let's make Liberty and Justice For All a reality.

  • SimSpockSimSpock Posts: 213 Member
    The U.K. 2020 version of "Sacrifice", set in Norway. Didn't make any sense when I watched it. After thinking about it, it still doesn't make any sense.
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