What was the last movie you watched?

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Just watched "The Good, the bad and the uggly" old classic western movie from the 60s. Actually my first real classic clint eastwood movie I've seen, I loved it. I'm suprised of the quality despite it's age, pretty good for its time. Watched it in a remastered 4k version that that was a pretty great experience. But haha 3 hours long, gotta say I was pretty tired afterwards.

Other than that, also rewatched V For Vendetta, great movie!
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Rewatched Arrival. It was neat to watch it again knowing what's actually going on and notice all the bits of foreshadowing that flew under my radar the first time around.

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Les Parpluies de Cherbourg (1964) Jacques Demy - 7/10
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

I rather liked Demy's The Young Girls of Rochefort and this is similarly visually pleasing, though I found the cinematography a bit more stagy. It's a kind of an opera in the sense that every line is sung and they aren't structured like songs. Overall it's pretty good, but I guess I preferred the traditional musical numbers of Rochefort. Absolutely stellar opening credits sequence though, one of the best I've seen in some time.