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Triangle - Excellent Aussie horror movie on a creepy abandoned cruise ship. Would highly recommend to those who liked Timecrimes or Primer.
Set It Off - Great soundtrack, totally forgot John C. McGinley's in this one.
haha, I've never seen that before.
The Clonus Horror - This has an undeservedly low rating on IMDb, I thought this was pretty cool low budget 1979 scifi movie with Roddenberry and Cronenberg tones to it, Maybe this gets written off due to Peter Graves and Dick Sargent? Not sure, but I liked it.
Shin Godzilla - Did not disappoint! I haven't seen any of the Evangelion stuff, but maybe I'll check it out now on the strength of this. Loved all the fan service stuff, loved the monster, forgave some CGI that was cheesy in spots, but that's to be expected. I guess the actor who played the American liaison or whatever learned English just for this movie. Also loved all of the musical cues brought back from all eras of Godzilla, I was all smiles. Made a great double feature with...
Kong: Skull Island - Was expecting the worst, but ended up liking this one, Kong ended up winning me over. Neat monster on monster action and John C. Reilly kind of saves it. Note: there are giant logical holes to be found on a frequent basis, just turn off the brain for this one. Excited for what may come with a possible Legendary Pictures shared monster universe.
Make Nazis scared again
Bam Bam Bigelow missed a big opportunity by not taking after Sgt Slaughter and turning megaheel post 9/11 as TaliBam.
I just heard Michael Rapaport bring up a good point, The Get Down is the Eddie and the Cruisers of hip hop.
Glad you liked it, I'm a big g-fan and I've been waiting on Netflix to send the disc for a couple weeks, I don't think they order as many discs as they used to for new releases. I kinda loved the American one a couple years ago, I just wish I could see the new one in a fancy theater so the roar rattles my skeleton.