Asking Advice Which 2015 Movies You Really Loved - Country Doesn't Matter

I quote you.
You don't have to watch the three that were released before the new one. They kind of suck anyway and only tell the back story of a main character in the first three released films in the late 70s and early 80s.
I would like to watch the movies either way, they were made for a reason and it wouldn't be fun not watching the full thing, even if I do get bored :)
 

phoenix2015

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I quote you.

I would like to watch the movies either way, they were made for a reason and it wouldn't be fun not watching the full thing, even if I do get bored :)
Good point. The three prequels do add to the story, but they aren't 100% necessary for understanding what is going on in the The Force Awakens. Either way, I hope you get a chance to watch them one day!
 
Good point. The three prequels do add to the story, but they aren't 100% necessary for understanding what is going on in the The Force Awakens. Either way, I hope you get a chance to watch them one day!
Oh I hear you and I understand you clearly, I just want to go all in, if I want to become a Star Trek fan, if I don't do it that way, I think I'm a fraud, I don't know if it makes sense.
 

ipol12

Yellow Belt
Yes I remember Pitch Perfect 2, it was also hilarious. I watched it a bit late, due to my friends giving it bad reviews, but it only strengthen my resolve that, if I want to try something, I shouldn't be deterred by others negative comment towards it, it doesn't mean I won't still like the product or service.
I don't mind other people's feedbacks. I had enjoyed Pitch Perfect 2, though I must admit that the first one is better. I heard negative comments about Amazing Spiderman 2 and the previous Transformers movie with Mark Wahlberg. I still did watch it and I must admit I had enjoyed it.
 

Manish Mishra

Content Writer
How about Australian movie Wolf Creek, The loved Ones; German movie Funny Games; Norwegian Cold Play-series.
I think no one can even stand with the French horror/thriller cinema.
If you guys haven't watch movies like, "Martyrs", "Haute tention" and "Inside" you are living on other side of wall.
 
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rayone

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As an Indian I can suggest no movie because I did not see any released last year. The latest I saw was a comedy "Tanu weds Manu" and I enjoyed it for its humor value. I have plans for watching its second part soon as soon as I get some time for that.
 

coolyfrost

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I think that the new Star Wars was the movie I liked the most in 2015. It was extremely nostalgic and it had a good balance between drama and playfulness. I would also like to mention The Martian as it was a visually stunning movie as well with a quite well balanced comedic touch to it.
 
As an Indian I can suggest no movie because I did not see any released last year. The latest I saw was a comedy "Tanu weds Manu" and I enjoyed it for its humor value. I have plans for watching its second part soon as soon as I get some time for that.
The indian movie I want to watch is called Shandaar I think, I haven't found any good version online to watch yet, with good English subtitle, I guess I still have to wait a while.
 

ipol12

Yellow Belt
As an Indian I can suggest no movie because I did not see any released last year. The latest I saw was a comedy "Tanu weds Manu" and I enjoyed it for its humor value. I have plans for watching its second part soon as soon as I get some time for that.
Not familiar about many recent Indian movies, but the most notable Bollywood film is "Three Idiots" and "Krish". I can't remember the film with the protagonist of "Three Idiots" is the main star.
 

rayone

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Not familiar about many recent Indian movies, but the most notable Bollywood film is "Three Idiots" and "Krish". I can't remember the film with the protagonist of "Three Idiots" is the main star.
I am not sure so I am taking the leberty and asking a simple question, do you have any production of movies in your country with regional languages. I have never heard any member speaking about this subject so I was a bit curious!
 

ipol12

Yellow Belt
I am not sure so I am taking the leberty and asking a simple question, do you have any production of movies in your country with regional languages. I have never heard any member speaking about this subject so I was a bit curious!
Our country has various dialects and since it is a small country, there's no mainstream film which they speak a certain dialect which is not vastly used. But there are some independent films in other dialects. But most mainstream films were in Tagalog.
 
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