movie partner wants me to watch Murder on the Orient Express now but I doubt it'll be any good either, even tho its also agatha inspired. Where the f are the real murder mystery movies
Missing was maybe the closest ive gotten out of that in a TV series but even then, they drop the ball so fucking hard with such a bullshit ending and explanation
said it before and ill say it again (because the author is now doing SIlent Hill F) but Umineko was the best agatha-inspired work I've ever consumed and probably will stay that
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Murder on the orient i remember being good, glass onion was bad enough that I just haven't gone back to finish. No idea who the killer is as I only got to the point where someone died then fell asleep. Guess this mystery will remain unsolved
Your movie partner will probably like 7 Women and a Murder. I personally found it just watchable
Yeah, I'd rather watch this movie as well
have you guys watched 'The Pale Blue Eye'? I really enjoyed that one
I think I rejected it because it has a character named "Edgar Allen Poe" which usually indicates fanfiction-tier writing
You should watch it, Christian Bale and the kid playing Poe are both fantastic, it's a fun little movie
It's an adaptation of a crime novel, it's not meant to be a non-fiction story about Poe
i wish i could browse electronic music on youtube without every thumbnail containing a half naked anime girl
Watched the latest Jurassic Park movie.
They get worse every time.
But I still enjoyed it.
i watched the menu it was pretty good
this was meant to be posted in the music thread my bad
it looks predictable/boring to me, is there more to it than what you see in trailers?
I dont watch trailers
was there more to it than just a crazy guy cooking a fucked up meal* for shocked guests?