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1 hour ago, dylanjosh said:

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Looks like audience loved it. Im glad. Hopefully we get a good sequel than irons out all the kinks. 

I have an itch to watch it again. When is it coming to blu ray. I know HBO max release is sometime in April. Dolby vision on oled will be hype af.

Sequel will have *****. Super hyped for it.

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1 hour ago, dylanjosh said:

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Looks like audience loved it. Im glad. Hopefully we get a good sequel than irons out all the kinks. 

Rare occurrence where both audience and critics are totally wrong. This is at best a 70% movie.

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7 minutes ago, Big Boss said:

Rare occurrence where both audience and critics are totally wrong. This is at best a 70% movie.

 

How can anyone be wrong about liking something. It is a personal thing

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28 minutes ago, Big Boss said:

Rare occurrence where both audience and critics are totally wrong. This is at best a 70% movie.

You didn't like Dune too. 

Go watch Govinda or something. 

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35 minutes ago, Mr. Comingle said:

You didn't like Dune too. 

Go watch Govinda or something. 

I turned off Dune after 10 minutes. Maybe if I sit through it, I might like it.

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1 hour ago, Sach4life said:

 

Govinda's old movies were dope. One can enjoy all kind of movies

They're good but pedestrian. Slapstick humour is the easiest form of humour which can be understood by simple minded folk. 

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1 hour ago, Sach4life said:

 

Govinda's old movies were dope. One can enjoy all kind of movies

Agreed. You need to have a good sense of humour and be a generally fun loving person to enjoy these movies though. Scrooge mcgrudges might find them bland.

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3 minutes ago, Big Boss said:

Agreed. You need to have a good sense of humour and be a generally fun loving person to enjoy these movies though. Scrooge mcgrudges might find them bland.

Yeah high level sense of humor needed to laugh at someone falling off a ladder or idk wiping butter off someone's face to put on his bread. 

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7 minutes ago, Mr. Comingle said:

Yeah high level sense of humor needed to laugh at someone falling off a ladder or idk wiping butter off someone's face to put on his bread. 

None of the old Govinda movie had that kind of crap. Even if they had, that was very minor part. The thing you are talking about is Priyadarshan speciality, where people go batshit insane and behave like idiots. Hungama ending, Welcome car chase and ending, Govinda Akshay Kumar movie ending over that clock tower, or that ridiculously stupid circus scene in phir Hera pheri. All these scenes are pathetic and cheap slapstick comedy. Charlie Chaplin did it better.

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The Batman was amazing. 

I just couldn't believe what I was watching the whole time. 😍😍

 

So much inspiration drawn from Fincher's work and some stuff straight out of Long halloween. 

Movie pretty much nailed everything the other bat movies ignored all this time, with emphasis on detective Bat. Worked perfectly with Pattinson's persona and his minimal dialogue. 

 

Matt Reeves really loves ave maria and he used it brilliantly. :lol:

 

 

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39 minutes ago, Mr. Comingle said:

They're good but pedestrian. Slapstick humour is the easiest form of humour which can be understood by simple minded folk. 

 

They are not supposed to be intelligent. They are slapstick and provide exactly what they are supposed to. They are made for masses. Not every movie has to be smart. Every movie has a place.

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24 minutes ago, Big Boss said:

Agreed. You need to have a good sense of humour and be a generally fun loving person to enjoy these movies though. Scrooge mcgrudges might find them bland.

 

Not sure about others but i can definitely enjoy a Khosla ka Ghosla and Govinda's old movies are the same time. They were hillarious

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22 minutes ago, Mr. Comingle said:

Yeah high level sense of humor needed to laugh at someone falling off a ladder or idk wiping butter off someone's face to put on his bread. 

 

I don't know what movies you are talking about here. I hate Sajid Khan's movies and there is a huge difference between them and something like Dulhe Raja, Haseena mann jayegi, Golmaal, etc.

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11 minutes ago, Big Boss said:

None of the old Govinda movie had that kind of crap. Even if they had, that was very minor part. The thing you are talking about is Priyadarshan speciality, where people go batshit insane and behave like idiots. Hungama ending, Welcome car chase and ending, Govinda Akshay Kumar movie ending over that clock tower, or that ridiculously stupid circus scene in phir Hera pheri. All these scenes are pathetic and cheap slapstick comedy. Charlie Chaplin did it better.

 

If you ignore the ending, i would say majority of Hungama, Welcome, etc. were funny

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4 hours ago, Big Boss said:

Rare occurrence where both audience and critics are totally wrong. This is at best a 70% movie.


 

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4 hours ago, Big Boss said:

Rare occurrence where both audience and critics are totally wrong. This is at best a 70% movie.


Average rating is 7.6 on RT so it's in line with that.

The movie isn't as smart as it thinks it is though. It tried to be very Fincher-lite but Zodiac/Se7en had interesting plot and mystery about the killer which this movie was lacking. 

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8 minutes ago, cyberpunk said:


Average rating is 7.6 on RT so it's in line with that.

The movie isn't as smart as it thinks it is though. It tried to be very Fincher-lite but Zodiac/Se7en had interesting plot and mystery about the killer which this movie was lacking. 

I don't think the movie tries to be smart. It's a pretty straightforward character driven story. The plot and mystery isn't as important as the characters driving it. 

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