Friday, October 2, 2020

September Movies Watched

Here is the shallow dive post into the movies I watched in September.

Love, Guaranteed - Netflix original romantic comedy with Rachel Leigh Cook and Damon Wayons Jr. that is beyond predictable and the wife and I loved every minute of it!

I'm Thinking of Ending Things - Netflix original that is complete garbage! How this had 83% on Rotten Tomato's I will never know.

Freaks: You're One of Us - Netflix original where people find out they have superpowers and when they stop taking the pills that are suppressing them.

Unknown Origins - Netflix original from Spain.  In this story a serial killer is killing people based on comic book origins.  The story is good, I enjoyed the movie, the dialog is bit quirky and odd at times, of course that could just be the subtitle translation as this movie is in Spanish. 

Red Dragon - prequel to Silence of the Lambs with Anthony Hopkins back as Hannibal Lector and Edward Norton playing Will Graham.  

The Social Dilemma - Netflix original docu-drama about Social Media and the dangerous human impact of social media.  

The Babysitter: Killer Queen - Netflix original sequel to 2017 The Babysitter, I thought that this movie was pretty fantastic.  If you liked the first you'll really like this one too.

Four Rooms - Released in 1995, it's an anthology of stories centered around the Bell Hop of an old hotel on his first night, New Years Eve, and the interesting guests staying at the hotel.  Each segment was written and directed by a different director with Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez each tackling a story.  

Message From The King - Netflix original with Chadwick Boseman, typical revenge flick, I enjoyed it

Bill & Ted Face The Music - I don't think is for the casual fan or for someone that didn't like the first films.  It's not bad it's just not great either. 

The Devil All The Time - Film is very slow, complex intertwining stories, and some decent violence.  I enjoyed the movie quite a bit, but it's not for everyone. 

The Take - Netflix original French thriller about a pick pocket who steals the wrong purse and gets mixed up with the CIA.  Decent flick. 

The Three Amigos - The 1986 John Landis classic with Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Chevy Chase.  I picked this VHS up for 25 cents at a yard sale, my 14 year old son loved it. 

Until Next Time!

1 comment:

  1. I too enjoyed Babysitter Killer Queen. I think I have my review scheduled to come out in a few days.

    I really dug Bill and Ted. I watched it this past weekend and it's wholesome, simpleness really appealed to me.

    It's been far too long since I've watched The Three Amigos and Four Rooms.

    One of my favorite movies that I watched this month was Console Wars, the documentary about Sega vs. Nintendo on CBS All Access. It might go down as my favorite video game doc.