Tonight's movie Once Upon a Deadpool (2018).
Disappointed. I subscribed to STARZ because they are running a special $5/mo for the first three months (as opposed to $9/mo). They have a decent selection of movies to watch, but after the opening credits of a movie, no matter what the original aspect ratio of the film is, STARZ zooms in so that the aspect ratio is 16:9 to fill a widescreen TV. Meh.
Tonight's movie was Alpha (2018) and it was a really great movie. I really liked how they created a fictional language for the film and had all the characters speaking the language -- the film is all subtitled. The visuals and cinematography in the film are breathtaking.
An awesome tool:
Godzilla: King of The Monsters (2019) was unnecessarily complicated, unbelievably dark and a plain bore. There's an unnecessary Bond villain for no good reason. All the monster reveals and battles are so dark and cut so quick that there wasn't much to see -- and what could be seen was done so close up that the action didn't make sense. There is some bizarre humor in the film -- I always say that films should have some levity, but the humor in this film just doesn't fit.
Tonight's movie is Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019).
Tonight's movie is Cold Pursuit (2019). It is a free rental from redbox using a T-Mobile Tuesday credit. I'm hoping for Snowy Taken.
I thought I hadn't seen any Blumhouse produced movies before, but I was surprised to see that I had and I was also surprised to see that Blumhouse has produced some non-horror genre films.
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