what was the last movie you watched?

Disney Cruise this week. Watched Captain Marvel twice, really enjoyed it. Wreck it Ralph 2, was fun but not remotely as charming as the original.

Skipped the opportunity to watch Dumbo last night since it was the last night of the cruise and I wanted to see my favorite crew one last time, etc. etc. not watch a movie until 1am. Only thing I hate about those cruises is the FOMO once you set on an activity since most everything is an hour or less.

If my girlfriend lets me I intend to watch the Crue movie really soon. And maybe catch up on a few other from the Blu-Ray collection.
 

Warhawk

The cake is a lie.
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Hadn't thought about that, but thanks for the recommendation. I'll check it out. Likely have over 300+ movies myself, would be nice to have a database/list!
Just finished scanning in all my movies with this app. I'm at 293 movies, but I know we have at least a couple loaned out. The app is handy, but when it takes like 5 or so button presses to scan in a movie I think the process could be simplified a bit. Like, an "add this movie and scan another" option would eliminate like 3 clicks. A minor, but somewhat time consuming quibble when you are scanning in 300± movies. :)

105 of those are Blu-ray, so I do have a large number of DVDs left over from when I started collecting. The Blu-ray players do a pretty good job of playing those at an upscaled resolution except the non-anamorphic transfers (like the 2 disk DVDs of the original Star Wars movies - I prefer the theatrical versions and those non-remastered versions just are hard to watch quality-wise).
 
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Just watched Us. Loved it. I had an idea what was happening because I thought there was tons of clues all throughout the movie so I'm looking forward to seeing the ones I may have missed on a re-watch. So much neat stuff.
 

VF21

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Just finished watching Venom. I wasn't all that excited at the beginning, but by the end I found it was the perfect movie to top off a day like today. Loved the cameo at the end. ;)
 

Capt. Factorial

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Finally got around to watching Solo: A Star Wars Story - with the new Disney streaming service coming up and Star Wars stuff disappearing off of Netflix I figured it was now or never.

I don't get it. And by "I don't get it" I mean "I don't get why seemingly all of the reaction to Solo was negative". There were two reasons why I didn't hurry to the theater (or the Blu-Ray/Netflix market) to watch Solo. The first was that I thought that with The Last Jedi Rian Johnson did such irreparable harm to the Star Wars universe that I couldn't stomach going back to Star Wars for quite a while, and the second was that the reviews I saw were uniformly "meh" to negative. But seriously, what movie were the "meh"/negative reviewers watching? As a Han Solo origin story, how was Solo any worse than the universally acclaimed Death Star plans origin story Rogue One? Both were great! And if anything, the end of Rogue One irritated me a bit (
useless tidal wave death
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creepily bad Carrie Fisher CGI thing
) while the end of Solo didn't sit badly with me at all.

It wasn't a perfect movie by any means, but from the reviews I was expecting some major missteps and frankly there just weren't any.
 

Warhawk

The cake is a lie.
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Finally got around to watching Solo: A Star Wars Story - with the new Disney streaming service coming up and Star Wars stuff disappearing off of Netflix I figured it was now or never.
Like you, I enjoyed it a lot more than most folks seemed to. It was a Han Solo origins story, I want to see what they covered in the film (meeting Chewie, the Kessel Run, getting the Falcon, etc.). Some folks complained that they wanted something else - for goodness sake, why? How much do you think they can cram into a 2 hour movie and still cover the basics?
 

Warhawk

The cake is a lie.
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Saw Shazam a while back. More entertaining than I was expecting, but still a bit geared to the younger set. We did like it though, overall.

Saw Hellboy this morning. Just don't. We didn't laugh once. Not once. They tried cracking jokes, but they just didn't work at all. It had a lot of action (and a lot more gore than was really required). But it felt like it had no "soul" as a movie. The originals are much better movies.
 
Finally got around to watching Solo: A Star Wars Story - with the new Disney streaming service coming up and Star Wars stuff disappearing off of Netflix I figured it was now or never.

I don't get it. And by "I don't get it" I mean "I don't get why seemingly all of the reaction to Solo was negative". There were two reasons why I didn't hurry to the theater (or the Blu-Ray/Netflix market) to watch Solo. The first was that I thought that with The Last Jedi Rian Johnson did such irreparable harm to the Star Wars universe that I couldn't stomach going back to Star Wars for quite a while, and the second was that the reviews I saw were uniformly "meh" to negative. But seriously, what movie were the "meh"/negative reviewers watching? As a Han Solo origin story, how was Solo any worse than the universally acclaimed Death Star plans origin story Rogue One? Both were great! And if anything, the end of Rogue One irritated me a bit (
useless tidal wave death
---
creepily bad Carrie Fisher CGI thing
) while the end of Solo didn't sit badly with me at all.

It wasn't a perfect movie by any means, but from the reviews I was expecting some major missteps and frankly there just weren't any.
I loved it