Rate the last movie you watched out of 10

Moved this from the TV series thread where I posted it by mistake

Living.
Based in 1950s London, a souless bowler hatted and suitless automaton gets a terminal diagnosis which brings about an awakening.
Over emotional and even maudilin, I still found the simple story enjoyable. Bill Nightly plays the main character to perfection.
7/10
 
Sting

If you're not a fan of all things arachnid, you might want to give this one a miss. Charlotte is a 12-year-old girl living with her mother, brother and stepfather in South Brooklyn, during a winter storm a small meteorite crashes into the house and out pops this spider looking creature.

Charlotte finds it and places it in a glass jar and begins to feed it, within a few hours 'Sting', as she calls the creature, grows very quickly and begins to develop a taste for some bigger prey. It wasn't bad as low budget horror/monster movies go, so a decent
3/5

Every equation needs balancing.

Spaceman.... Has a nice, comforting spider.

Anush.
 
Moved this from the TV series thread where I posted it by mistake

Living.
Based in 1950s London, a souless bowler hatted and suitless automaton gets a terminal diagnosis which brings about an awakening.
Over emotional and even maudilin, I still found the simple story enjoyable. Bill Nightly plays the main character to perfection.
7/10

i’d have watched it for that alone.
 
Refuge



A slightly above average 'demonic possession' movie starts with Rick Petroni off to fight the baddies in Afghanistan, when his squad encounter some locals and want to check out a nearby cave for any rebels Rick volunteers to search it, against the protests of the locals saying nobody ever goes in there.

Cue, Rick entering said cave and encountering an entity who possesses him, he gets sent home with reported PTSD and then the fun begins, wasn't too bad as possession movies go, let's go
3/5
 
Back to Black 7.5/10.

Not usually a fan of music biopics but this has good performances, plenty of music and a story.

They seemed to keep true to actual events and also had fine attention to detail - I assume they used CGI to take out the tooth that Amy Winehouse lost.

The angle they took was interesting, focusing on the relationship with Blake Fielder. I had thought from watching the documentary that he was shallow and vain but they painted a more sympathetic portrait of him.
 
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