r/movies 1d ago Helpful

WITBFYWLW What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (09/28/22-10/05/22)


The way this works is that you post a review of the best film you watched this week. It can be any new or old release that you want to talk about.

{REMINDER: The Threads Are Posted Now On Wednesday Mornings. If Not Pinned, They Will Still Be Available in the Sub.}

Here are some rules:

1. Check to see if your favorite film of last week has been posted already.

2. Please post your favorite film of last week.

3. Explain why you enjoyed your film.

4. ALWAYS use SPOILER TAGS: [Instructions]

5. Best Submissions can display their [Letterboxd Accts] the following week.

Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LB/YT*] Film User/[LBxd]
“Blonde” ohpifflesir “Following” smks17
"Athena” (2022) OneAndOnlyGod2 “Life is Beautiful” [Nightwing04]
“The Greatest Beer Run Ever” ZETS13 “Jacob’s Ladder” (1990) [Zwischenzug]
“Top Gun: Maverick” [ibi07] “They Live” justa_flesh_wound
“Happening” [AryaTwirl] “Knightriders” Throwaway_Codex
"After Yang” skymasterson2016 "Autumn Sonata” MartinScorsese
“Sputnik” qumrun60 "Rocky” Dorkmaster79
“The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil” DKANG0316 "Elevator to the Gallows” [jonafun999]
“Tears of the Sun" TheBigIdiotSalami “A Face in the Crowd” yaboytim
“Dog Soldiers” [Grid Lazertron*] “Leave Her to Heaven” weareallpatriots

r/movies 11h ago

Official Discussion Official Discussion Megathread (Amsterdam / Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile)



Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

Streaming releases (Hellraiser, etc.) come out on Friday so the threads will be up Friday evening.

r/movies 17h ago Bravo Grande! Silver Wholesome Bravo! GOAT Helpful

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r/movies 19h ago

Review Death of Stalin is such an unbelievable movie


First off everyone speaking in wildly English accents is hilarious they don't even try to pretend to be Russian, you can absolutely sense the fear and horror of Stalin by the people at the music hall, Stalin's like miles away and they all think he's gonna shoot them within seconds. When they get the second conductor and he preforms so they can get another recording in his pajamas was a true story! Happened about 9 years earlier but a true story and just shows how not a single person in the entire union has said no to Stalin in like 2 decades. Georgy Zhukov having enough charisma and stamina to impregnate an entire seaboard is totally accurate and hilarious I absolutely adore it. Beria being a complete monster but also kinda funny even as he was being executed was wild, Malenkov being incompetent instead of Beria's strongest ally was an artistic choice and i guess just an idea to not have too many villains and ngl I enjoyed it far more than if he teamed up with Beria like he did in real life. The speeches they all gave at Stalins funeral and then Khrushchev not speaking was eerie and smart as hell, they all are trying to buy the support of the public while he's already consolidated power. Getting the doctors is hilarious because they are just so casual and incompetent and then competent and ruthless in the next scene. Then when they examine Stalin's brain and body and they are still complementing a dead man to show their loyalty is just so fun. Not even mentioning Stalins son and Svetlana who is absolutely perfect, as is Vasily who steals every scene he is in. Absolutely perfect film 10/10.

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Trailer Violent Night. A refreshing take on Christmas

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News ‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’ Casts ‘Jessica Jones’ Actor Eka Darville

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Article Anya Taylor Joy, Jenna Ortega, and Mia Goth: The New Hollywood It Girls

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r/movies 11h ago

Official Discussion Official Discussion - Amsterdam [SPOILERS]



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In the 1930s, three friends witness a murder, are framed for it, and uncover one of the most outrageous plots in American history.


David O. Russell


David O. Russell


  • Christian Bale as Burt Berendsen
  • Margot Robbie as Valerie Voze
  • John David Washington as Harold Woodman
  • Alessandro Nivola as Detective Hiltz
  • Andrea Riseborough as Beatrice Vandenheuvel
  • Anya Taylor-Joy as Libby Voze
  • Chris Rock as Milton King

Rotten Tomatoes: 32

Metacritic: 48

VOD: Theaters

r/movies 20h ago

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News John Mctiernan returns to film


After 20 years out of the public spotlight, the director of famous classics such as Predator, Die-Hard, as well as many other films is returning to direct a new film. John is set to direct a film called "Taut Ceci Foxtrot" which will star Uma Thurman, and Laurence Fishburne in the lead roles. The narrative of the film centers around a group of rebels who set out to kill the Oligarchs and military faction that terrorized a war-torn planet in the remote Tau-Ceti solar system.

The film is set to start production in Paris this fall, and has had a social media image of Samurai esque individuals riding horses through a foggy darkened swampland. Due to Covid, he was having trouble to get funding for his project comeback, but now is able to get the film done and worked on with restrictions lifted.

How do you feel about the iconic directors return to the world of Hollywood? Are you excited Yay or nay?


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r/movies 57m ago

Discussion Which movies had the biggest divide between critics reviews and audience reception?


Basically if a movie is critically acclaimed by critics however it was either received negatively by the audience or even a much more divisive response. Same goes for the opposite side where a movie is negatively reviewed critics yet was pretty popular with the audience.

One example of this could be Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi. When the movie launched in 2017, it recieved critical acclaim in its reviews however soon after its release the reception from the audience was pretty divided, with people either really liking the movie or really disliking the movie.

r/movies 2h ago

Recommendation Looking for Recommendations: The Darkest Hour


Recently watched the Darkest Hour and really liked it. I would love some recommendations from the community for history based movies, preferably with no or very less war/combat scenes.

Imitation Games would fall in this category but have watched it.
Can be from the post world war II era as well but linked to some event in history