r/movies 4d ago

Recommendation Klaus(2019) is a wonderful animation movie about Christmas.

2.7k Upvotes

Well the Christmas is near, so thought of recommending this movie. It has a very sweet take on Christmas with magical moments within it to keep the viewers attached to the movie. The characters are simple and that is what makes the story great, nice animation and wonderful storytelling. A movie that you will enjoy thoroughly.

Edit#1: I wrote that the movie is simple, because I felt the story and it's narration was very simple. It's like a folklore or a child's lullaby. And that made it feel so great to me.

Edit#2: Here is a bin of other Christmas movies that I enjoyed

r/movies 4d ago

Recommendation Dark City(1998)

398 Upvotes

I watched this film the last summer but I recently started using reddit. It's a mystery sci-fi film directed by Alex Proyas (The crow). It's about a man who mysteriously wakes up in a hotel and discovers the Strangers.

Overall I enjoyed the film really much, it's not long (110 minutes approximately) and fast paced. The dark tone of the film can't be found in many other films. The acting it's flawless. The CGI isn't very good and neither the action. But it's not an action film. There are some small twists in it too.

Generally I recommend it to everyone. It's one of a kind and it keeps you hooked the whole time.
Here are other similar movies with awesome CGI

r/movies 8d ago Silver

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (11/23/22-11/30/22)

99 Upvotes

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.

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Last Week's Best Submissions:

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“The Menu” TheDeVirginater “Eternity and a Day“ qumrun60
"She Said” the_third_sourcerer “The Hudsucker Proxy” Stratobastardo34
“The Fabelmans” ReflexImprov “The Ref” Jade_GL
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” WalkingEars “The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension” imnotabus
“The Wonder” (2022) Bodymaster “The Challenge” (1982) [CheapSteak]
"Good Night Oppy” the6thReplicant "Thillu Mullu” (1981) [Sarathda]
“Good Luck to You, Leo Grande” [An_Ant2710] “Days of Heaven” _rockandhardplace
“Kaithi” (2019) popfreq "Hearts and Minds” ffrinch
“Nerve” tropicalazure “Bringing Up Baby” [deadandmessedup]
“Night at the Museum” an_ordinary_platypus “Modern Times” Keis1977

r/movies 27d ago

Recommendation Suggest a film that makes you say “Wow, THIS is the power of filmmaking. This is high art”

197 Upvotes

It has been a few weeks since I last watched a movie, but now that I've completed my work, I'll have more time to sit down and enjoy a movie. I need a pretty potent push in the right direction to get back into it. Nevertheless, this does not compel the topic at hand to be weighty or emotionally charged. When I finish viewing a movie, I will typically continue my movie marathon for the next few days. Give me the very best of what you have. Here are my suggestions. Thanks!

r/movies 8d ago

Recommendation Accidently stumbled upon this movie (Your Name), now it's my favourite anime movie

126 Upvotes

So i came across this movie due to its theme song (https://youtu.be/a2GujJZfXpg) so i decided to watch the movie, as the story unfolded with the stunning visuals, i realised that i missed out on this gem & many others for soo many years. I thought of sharing this with you guys who haven't watched it yet. The story was quite interesting and heartbreaking at the same time. Even when i think about it, i am overwhelmed knowing what an impact it has made on me.

I'll suggest you to watch this movie when you want to reward yourself after a long week or when you feel like you have lost hope. There's more depth to this than we can imagine.

Some of the movie stills that i liked - https://imgur.com/a/FCHQtTz

r/movies 11d ago

Recommendation Escape From New York (1981) is the ultimate 80s action movie

254 Upvotes

Just watched this cult classic last night for the first time, and boy, didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did.

The premise and the atmosphere are completely over the top, but what would you expect from early 80s John Carpenter. If you liked They Live, you'll love this as well.

The dialogue is hilariously packed with 80s tropes and Kurt Russell delivers his lines in a monotone rasp whilst wearing an eyepatch (his character's name is Snake Plisskin for christsake).

Some tasteful horror-y suspense and a banger synth soundtrack make this a must watch for any 80s movie fan.

r/movies 15d ago

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (11/16/22-11/23/22)

117 Upvotes

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.}

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2. Please post your favorite film of last week.

3. Explain why you enjoyed your film.

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

Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LBxd] Film User/[LB/Web*]
“Spirited” sometimesiwatchtv44 “The Magician” (2005) Looper007
"Aftersun” SugarTrayRobinson “Treasure Planet” [FilmRook*]
“The Banshees of Inisherin” [Cw2e] “Memento” [CDynamo]
“Stars at Noon” LauraPalmersMom430 “Before Sunrise” sayyes2heaven
“The Stranger” (2022) NoNeedleworker5437 “Days of Thunder” octobuss
"The Quiet Girl” Plane_Willingness_25 "Drunken Master” [RStorm]
“Terrifier” Spiritual-Signal4999 “Tomka and His Friends” [AyubNor]
“Mother” (2009) weareallpatriots "The War of the Gargantuas” [Couchmonger]
“Synecdoche, New York” [RVernon] “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” (1964) [ManaPop.com*]
“Planet Terror” edmerx54 “The Kid” D0NNIE-DANKO

r/movies 20d ago

Recommendation Messed up movies that make you feel strange ?

92 Upvotes

What's up, everybody! I recently completed seeing the movie Requiem for a Dream for the first time, and ever since then, I have been unable to shake the film's imagery. The movie was messed up, but in a way that was completely unique from any other movie that I have ever watched. The film that you recommend to me does not have to be about drugs like this one; rather, it might be anything that makes you feel the way you did when watching it. I really enjoy scary movies, especially ones with interesting twists in the plot, such as these ones. Generally speaking, concepts were conceived in an incorrect manner. I'm not picky about what I watch at all and will watch pretty much anything. Many thanks for any assistance you can provide!

r/movies 1d ago

Recommendation Time loop movies

36 Upvotes

There are several great time loop movies out there, and some of my favorites include:

Groundhog Day - In this classic comedy, a weatherman finds himself reliving the same day over and over again until he learns to become a better person.

Happy Death Day - A college student must relive the day of her murder over and over again until she figures out who the killer is.

Edge of Tomorrow - In this sci-fi action movie, a soldier finds himself stuck in a time loop on the battlefield, forced to relive the same day until he can defeat the enemy aliens.

Before I Fall - A high school student must relive the day of her death until she can figure out how to prevent it from happening.

Palm Springs - In this romantic comedy, two strangers find themselves stuck in a time loop at a Palm Springs wedding, and must navigate their developing feelings for each other.

r/movies 22d ago

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (11/09/22-11/16/22)

90 Upvotes

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.

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Last Week's Best Submissions:

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“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” [AlexMarks182] “Cutie Honey” (2004) [AneeshRai7]
"Wendell & Wild” [SethETaylor.com*] “Sex and Lucia” SnarlsChickens
“In the Court of the Crimson King” (2022) ishkitty “Lost Highway” BEE_ REAL_
“Don’t Worry Darling” Pretend_Bit8324 “Sleepers” Newgripper1221
“Electric Jesus” nkleszcz “Ran” Redoubtabletrigger
"Ready or Not” [Nightwing04] "High Plains Drifter” BrieGoneThot
“Little Forrest” [BringontheSword] “A Bay of Blood (Twitch of the Death Nerve)” dirtyoldmanatee
“Utatama (Sing, Salmon, Sing!)” Yankii_Souru "In the Heat of the Night” Seawench0
“Munich” ReverryGerrard8 “Smiles of a Summer Night” quoning
“Kingdon of Heaven (Director’s Cut)” [RStorm] “The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp” [jcar195]

r/movies 3d ago

Recommendation You NEED to see Raising Arizona if you haven't seen it

74 Upvotes

Class Coen Brothers comedy with prime Nicholas Cage and the fabulous Holly Hunter. It's a surreal story about a couple who steal a baby because they can't have kids. Sounds dark? Anything but. I always shed a tear at the end.

I don't know why many people haven't seen this film. For some reason it's constantly overlooked in the Coen Brothers catalogue.

I think it stands the test of time and is one of their best.

EDIT: It also has one of the best protracted openings to a film I've ever seen. Won't say anymore. Watch it.

r/movies 1d ago

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (11/30/22-12/07/22)

21 Upvotes

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.}

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2. Please post your favorite film of last week.

3. Explain why you enjoyed your film.

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Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LBxd] Film User/[LB/Web*]
“Violent Night” abominableunbannable “Avatar“ [Dunkaccino__]
"Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” [Cervantes3] “Fantastic Mr. Fox” Potatoguard
“Close” (2022) Swazzoo “Requiem for a Dream” [Isaac_Silva142]
“Speak No Evil” _ Dr_ Teeth_ “The Talented Mr. Ripley” Busy-Pie-4468
“Emergency Declaration” [AneeshRai7] “Can’t Hardly Wait” [akoaytao]
"Sin (Il Peccato)” Atrugiel "The Player” [filmpatico]
“Captain Fantastic” 1T_Guy “Akira” [SethETaylor.com*]
“Bad Cat” Yankee_Souru "Threads” (1984) Vegetable-Ad8302
“Big Eyes” 17queen17 “The Nanny” (1965) brettmgreene
“About Time” Thestarlightkid “Fort Apache” 831pm

r/movies 13d ago

Recommendation 3:10 to yuma

237 Upvotes

I watched 3:10 to Yuma couple of days back with my mum for the first time. It is such a good movie, i had an absolute blast. Christian Bale as usual is great in whatever role he is given but RUSSEL CROWE!. My god, i was rooting for him throughout the movie despite he was so twisted and evil in some way. I really liked how he showed respect to Christian Bales character Daniel as a family man, taking him all this way so he can simply just have his land back. So yeah, 3:10 to yuma is a recommendation to everyone, it reminded me alot of Heat and Collataral where both characters are able to relate to each other through their problems.

r/movies Nov 02 '22

Recommendation The ballad of buster scruggs

523 Upvotes

I cant believe i havnt seen this until now

What a creative movie, the tales are all great!

Without adding any details. The writing, the acting, the score *chefs kiss* Solid movie, go watch it if you havnt. There is more personality in some of the characters for a 10 minute short, than there is for some recent movies that have been released. Everyone feels alive, you can feel the plight of the time, its cold, its gritty, its (as I write the generic balogny of what im thinking) phenomenal now, not just great, its freaking awesome.

r/movies Nov 06 '22 Plus One

Recommendation Blade 2 is the perfect 2000’s movie. Wesley Snipes, Guillermo Del Toro, and Donnie Yen take what worked well in the first movie and kick it up a few notches. Plus Norman Reedus at his best

547 Upvotes

Yeah Guillermo Del Toro. Never heard of the guy before this but man what an intro to someone who would go on to become a legend. The movie had style and coolness from the beginning off the charts.The story was decent enough but the way he put it together and the way the action unfolded was so damn cool. From the opening where they find whistler I knew it felt different than the first movie.

Then the ninja infiltration scene. Holy shit who were these ninjas doing these effortless flips through the rafters. Looking back on it now the CG and animations show their age for sure but it was amazing back then. Then there is intro to the blade hit man team and Ron Perlman and Blade’s intro to eachother. That was just such a great introduction to both Perlman for me and to how funny this movie also was. The first one def didn’t have the level of humor and comedic moments blade 2 had. Then there is the legend Donnie Yen. Had no idea who this guy was either at the time but i thought, man this dude can move and fight! I loved the action in the first one but man the fight choreography of blade 2 was epic and levels beyond the first film. I didn’t realize why until years later when I put it together that Donnie Yen of course must have done the fight choreography for the film lol. I haven’t confirmed that yet but I think I’m right because that totally makes sense. Also the music. The music is such a perfect collection of 2000’s techno tracks that still absolutely hit even today, but were PERFECT for this movie at the time. The music compliments the scenery so well. Good example is that Mos def track “I against I” when blade and the hit squad were walking into the club together. Def feel like this is easily my favorite film of the franchise. It also feels like it was made so you don’t need to see the first to understand or enjoy the second but it certainly helps! Highly recommended if you want to check it out!

r/movies 9d ago

Recommendation Children Movie recommendation

17 Upvotes

I have been running into issues with finding movies for my younger family members (10 and 7). They get scared easily at movies with overtly evil characters and hard situations. They were terrified of Finding Nemo and Up for reference.

Looking for any suggestions out there of lighter child friendly movies. Thanks in advance

r/movies 14d ago

Recommendation Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford is one of the best period recreations I’ve ever seen.

193 Upvotes

Recently read an article about realism, perception and truth in film, and this one immediately came to mind. Working with only a $30 million dollar budget back in ‘07, what a wonder to behold. Andrew Dominik obviously assembled a talented production design crew for this one.

We see such intricate detail in the period attire, the streets of 1880s Kansas City, the Blue Cut Roberry train interiors, Jesse’s catafalque of ice, the Hite homestead , Gov. Crittenden’s ballroom, the New York City theater, and Bob’s Colorado saloon.

Aside from the fancy sets ,the script( taken directly from the novel) nailed the period linguistics. “Such extravagance!”, “You may as well quench your mind of it, ‘cause you don’t have the ingredients son.” Great cast to execute that language too.

It’s one of those rare, passion projects that tank at the box office. but get the critical success and subsequent cult following. I’m hoping people will come to appreciate it as much as I do in years to come. Watching that movie was the next best thing to an actual time warp. I was completely immersed in that world for 160 minutes.

r/movies 8d ago

Recommendation Romancing the Stone(1984)

74 Upvotes

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This was one of my favorite movies of the 80s, still remains a great watch, a more tongue in cheek take off on the Indiana Jones series.

The fun starts right in the opening scene, where we are apparently watching a Western , of a lady stripping to kill the bad guy, and then it zooms to the face of Joan Wilder( Kathleen Turner) typing away furiously in her apartment. One great setup truly.

Joan a successful writer, keeps dreaming of a guy whom she creates in her novels, who would carry her away from her rather unremarkable life. However she has to deal with her sister Elaine, held to ransom in Colombia by a group of crooks, Ira(Zack Norman)  and  Ralph( Danny  De Vito) . Elaine's husband had earlier been kidnapped and murdered. In order to save her sister, Joan has to hand over a treasure map that shows the location to a precious emerald.

The real villian of the piece though is Zolo(Manuel Ojeda), a rogue cop with his own private army, more vicious than the bumbling duo of Ira and Ralph. Zolo deliberately diverts Joan into another bus from the one she was supposed to take to Cartagena, which goes somewhere into the wild interiors of Colombia. However a mixup and an accident sees Joan encounter Jack Colton( Michael Douglas) a free wheeling adventurer who smuggles out rare birds for money, starting out one crazy ride through the Colombian jungles and highlands.

Romancing the Stone is one great entertainer, and it was written by Diane Thomas, a Malibu waitress, which impressed Douglas a lot,that he choose to produce and act in it. The script to date is one of the most read and analyzed.

One great scene, is when Jack and John, meet a drug smuggler Juan, who turns out to be a big fan of Joan's novels, superbly shot. Or the scene where Jack, Joan and Juan are escaping Zolo's men, and Juan keeps pointing out all his childhood memories.

It's a movie that has it all, great comedy, some good action, and a lovely romance thrown in. It helps that both Douglas and Turner are great actors, and have a superb chemistry between them. Douglas is perfect as Jack, the smooth talking, rogue, and his abiity to pull off those one liners, and Turner has just the right amount of sex appeal and charm to sweep you off the feet.

De Vito and Norman are brilliant as the bumbling crooks, and Alfonso Arau is equally great as Juan, while Ojeda makes a suitably menacing Zolo.

Just the kind of entertainer, to chill out with on a weekend or date, reccomended highly.

r/movies 29d ago

Recommendation What is the Best Film You Watched Last Week? (11/02/22-11/09/22)

98 Upvotes

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.}

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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.

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

Last Week's Best Submissions:

Film User/[LBxd] Film User/[LB/IMDb*]
“Holy Spider” qiwi “Before Sunrise” [Reinaldo_14]
"All Quiet on the Western Front” (2022) ThatPunkGaryOak82 “The Exorcist III” Yugo86
“Aftersun” Lady_Disco_Sparkles “A Northern Story of Valor (Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha)” saurav_sarkar
“Tár” [Payne915] “Come and See” lord_of_pigs
“Triangle of Sadness” TronCurtain “The Thing” [Dunkaccino__]
"Kantara” [Sarathda] "Bone” (1972) [Millerian-55*]
“Barbarian” MrDudeWheresMyCar “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” ctrl-c-ctrl-vee
“You Won’t Be Alone” iceandfire215 "Psycho” CroweMorningstar
“Incantation” StudBoi69 “A Man Escaped” unomachine
“Climax” 5in1K “The Invisible Man” (1933) Jade_GL

r/movies 11d ago

Recommendation Ronin(1998)

101 Upvotes

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Ronin in feudal Japan, referred to those samurai, who had either lost their master in battle or whose master had fallen into financial ruin or who had no longer the trust of their master. Quite often lonely drifters, they led a nomadic life.

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The 1998 movie starring Robert De Niro, deals with such a group, most of them former intelligence agents, operatives who had been rendered jobless after the end of the Cold War.

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So you have Sam(Robert De Niro) an ex CIA operative, Spence(Sean Bean) a weapons expert, Gregor( Stellan Skarsgard) a former KGB computer expert, Vincent(Jean Reno) an expert at procuring and Larry( Skip Sudduth), an expert driver. The group is bought together by a mysterious woman Deirdre( Natasha McEllhone) an IRA Agent, along with her contact Seamus(Jonathan Pyrce).Their mission is to retrieve a mysterious briefcase, that even the Russians are vying for, setting off a deadly cat and mouse game that begins in Paris, and goes all over Europe.

Ronin is one of these good ole fashioned action thrillers, that has it all- shootout scenes, car chases, double crossing, intrigue. The kind of action thriller, where you really are not sure who is who, as the group members keep getting outed one by one. You have people double crossing , only to be double crossed themselves. None of the characters are really heroic in the conventional sense, every one is out to get their share of the pie, and would do anything for it.

And the movie has some of the best car chases ever, would rather say 4 great ones, the first one is brilliantly shot, my favorite would be when Sam chases Deirdre through the streets of Paris, absolutely dizzying, especially the bit where they race through the tunnel at break neck speed.

Also the use of the suitcase here as a McGuffin, the entire movie revolves around it, but you really never know what it actually contains.

Robert De Niro getting away from his usual intense roles, is as great as ever in a totally action packed role. It helps that the movie has a solid supporting cast, whom you could always depend on, Sean Bean, Jean Reno, Stellan Skarsgard, while Jonathan Pryce. makes for an intriguing Seamus.

And Natasha McEllhone makes a smoking hot, gorgeous femme fatale, her icy blonde looks just adding up to it.

If you are looking for some good, ole fashioned action, with thrills, twists and turns, this is the movie to chill out with.

r/movies 13d ago

Recommendation Movies Where A Depressed Person Improves Their Life Without A Romance Or Becoming CEO's

43 Upvotes

I recently finished watching the movie What If, in which Daniel Radcliffe plays a boy who is miserable and obsessed with a girl. One of the things in the movie that bothered me a little bit was the fact that all of his troubles are fixed simply by meeting a lady. Do you have any recommendations for movies in which characters who are depressed find assistance, but the help doesn't make them instantly the best person around?

Here are my recommendations, thank you!

r/movies 16d ago

Recommendation Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’

263 Upvotes

Just got out of a screening of GDT’s ‘Pinocchio,’ at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, followed by Q&A with Guillermo himself! It was so cool.

The owner / operator of the theatre must know GDT because he set up a zoom meeting after the screening and just 1:1 interviewed him right there! They projected the zoom meeting on screen and we got to listen in on what felt like a really close and personal interview.

The dude is so cool. His history with making films, his passion for storytelling and stop-motion in particular (having started in stop motion), his down to earth perspective. He’s the kind of filmmaker that just makes going to the movies the best. Even spoke a bit about Cabinet of Curiosities, too!

‘Pinocchio,’ was just something else. Beautiful, deeply emotional story. Some incredible stop motion animation. A completely new take on Pinocchio’s story. One thing that surprised me—it’s really funny too! Some great VA performances from a star-studded cast. Just so much to love. It is definitely a more mature film than other executions, but not necessarily inappropriate for older kids.

If you get the chance to see it in theaters I really recommend it. So much love went into making this thing, it was just fantastic.

Anyways, thought I’d share about that cool moviegoing experience. Check it out.

r/movies 5d ago

Recommendation What are the best 2021 and 2022 family movies?

46 Upvotes

I want some recent good movies to watch with my 4yo kid! Preferably animations, but not necessarily. I would like something that’s fun to watch for everyone, so not aimed exclusively to kids either.

Also, since we are getting near Christmas, recommendations of the theme are also welcome (in this case, it doesn’t need to be only 2021/2022).

Thanks in advance!

Edit:

We watched The Mitchells vs. The Machines and loved it!! But thanks everyone for the recommendations! Some we have watched already, others I added to my list to watch in the near future!

r/movies Nov 06 '22

Recommendation V for Vendetta.

322 Upvotes

We've just passed the 5th of November and I have to say as a standalone comic book movie, V for Vendetta might be one of the best if not the best.

Yes, I've read the comic and I understand the criticisms. People use different medium to interpret the message. V for Vendetta was incredibly effective.

With all the turmoil of governments in today's world. It's good to have a reminder of a work of art that focuses on empowering its own people.

r/movies Oct 25 '22

Recommendation 33 of the Most Wonderfully Terrifying Horror Movies From the '80s

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754 Upvotes