Last night I watched a movie I haven't seen since I was 5 years old.
Puss in Boots: An anime (dubbed in English) from the 1960s.
I didn't like it that much when I was younger, but I remember seeing that and a few other anime fairy tale films (the one that sticks out to me is Jack & The Beanstalk)
How does it hold up today? Well, the movie was terrible. Like super bad, but apparently it was a huge hit in Japan and got sequels! Puss in Boots from the movie became the mascot for Toei animation too. Weird.
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Zodiac, So every time i revisite this i find it better than the last. Easily the best thing Fincher has ever done (and probably the only that is not average). The idea about an obsession that doesn't have and explanation and consume everything without understanding is great and surpass one of the current problems in cinema. The fantasy of explaining every fucking thing.
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Yes it was. Eddie Redmayne... The last movie I saw in the cinema was Les Miserables, but before that I saw Skyfall 3 times in the theater in Japan when I didn't even expect to see it once, let alone pay so much to see it again and again. Anne Hathaway OWNED the role of Fatine, and made me cry. Also, Amanda Seyfried has a sweet singing voice. Javier Bardem in Skyfall was very entertaining.
The last movie at home was Se7en. Watched it for the first time and was intrigued by it, especially Kevin Spacey. I could buy him as a legitimate serial killer, and he was compelling even though he spoke so softly and moved so non-threateningly. I also watched the first Saw, which I hadn't seen in years. I didn't notice before how annoying Leigh Whannell's voice was. I liked him better in Insidious.