Movie Recommendations
#1
I've been trying to watch a movie every night since I finished my most recent school term. Here are the ones I've watched so far:
* = Entertaining, but standard, ** = Great movie, highly recommend, *** = Great movie but also very deep, makes you think 
It's Kind of a Funny Story ***
Django Unchained **
The Perks of Being a Wallflower ***
Good Will Hunting ***
The King's Speech ***
The Waterboy *
White House Down *
Notting Hill **

Here are some of the other movies remaining on my to-watch list:
Pulp Fiction
Coach Carter
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Coco
The Matrix
The Shawshank Redemption
The Croods
Scarface
The Princess Bride
A Bronx Tale
No Country for Old Men
Logan
Love Actually
The Devil's Advocate

Any movies you recommend I add to my list? Any thoughts on the movies I already watched?
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DIadDB5tfTs
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(08-16-2018, 10:24 PM)Thea Wrote:  https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DIadDB5tfTs

I am wayyy behind on Pokemon movies. The last two I remember watching is the one with Deoxys + Rayquaza and the one with Jirachi. I recorded them when they were on TV onto cassette tapes.
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#4
The lion king.

For real though, as long as you're not set only on actual movies, I would recommend watching some playthroughs from telltale games series'. They're almost entirely storyline driven, and different choices affect the outcome of the storyline - so not actually that much in terms of gameplay.

Would also recommend detroit become human.
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(08-16-2018, 10:45 PM)Kibei Wrote:  The lion king.

For real though, as long as you're not set only on actual movies, I would recommend watching some playthroughs from telltale games series'. They're almost entirely storyline driven, and different choices affect the outcome of the storyline - so not actually that much in terms of gameplay.

Would also recommend detroit become human.

The Lion King is unironically one of my favourite movies. I don't think I'd be into watching playthroughs, but I know it's popular among a lot of people.
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What genre of movies do you like? Comedy, Adventure, Thriller, Horror, Drama etc?

Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Baby Driver
Dale and Tucker vs Evil

And a few NZ movies
Boy
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
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Shutter Island
Inception
Hateful Eight
Elysium
Forrest Gump
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(08-17-2018, 12:09 AM)emorox Wrote:  What genre of movies do you like? Comedy, Adventure, Thriller, Horror, Drama etc?

Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Baby Driver
Dale and Tucker vs Evil

And a few NZ movies
Boy
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
What we do in the shadows

I'm into pretty much every genre, except maybe horror. A mix of comedy and drama might be my favourite though.
I've seen Baby Driver, but not the others. I'll look into them.

(08-17-2018, 01:31 AM)Misterpokemon Wrote:  Shutter Island
Inception
Hateful Eight
Elysium
Forrest Gump

I've seen Shutter Island, Inception, and Forrest Gump. I wasn't as hyped about Inception as most people were. Looking into the others.
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(08-16-2018, 10:49 PM)Zarquad Wrote:  
(08-16-2018, 10:45 PM)Kibei Wrote:  The lion king.

For real though, as long as you're not set only on actual movies, I would recommend watching some playthroughs from telltale games series'. They're almost entirely storyline driven, and different choices affect the outcome of the storyline - so not actually that much in terms of gameplay.

Would also recommend detroit become human.

The Lion King is unironically one of my favourite movies. I don't think I'd be into watching playthroughs, but I know it's popular among a lot of people.

Can’t know till you try it. :p

Interstellar is good. Passengers isn’t too bad either.
Would recommend more, but the vast majority of movies i’ve seen are the ‘clichè’ ones - though, ironically, I’ve still yet to watch Star Wars. The first 30-45mins of the first movie is so unbelievably boring.
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#10
Interstellar is on my list, heard good things about Passengers. I'm actually not much of a fan of Star Wars, I feel like the only people who like it are the ones that grew up with it. I'm guessing it looked more impressive in its time.
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