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Angus Ogg

Outlaw King

 

i really enjoyed this film I thought it was fantastic in fact, the only disappointing thing is the film isn’t long enough as there is so much more to the story. They could’ve made a series

 

I’m still giving it 10/10

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benny

Outlaw King.7/10

Beautifully shot spoiled by the ending of Loudoun Hill.

The actor who played the kings son Edward was poor as well.

I was not impressed with the acting of Bruce's wife as well.

Still seen a lot worse.

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Tommy Brown

 

 

Watching it on C5 just now.....London Has Fallen

 

Unbelievably bad......Can we change the tread title to Last movie that you switched off?

 

It's that bad, I have decided to record the rest :lol:

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MadJock

Outlaw King - 7/10 enjoyed it but what happened at the end of Loudoun hill totally spoiled it for me, worth watching though.

 

Papillon 2017 remake - 8/10 for me, for a remake it was pretty good, old enough to remember the original which was epic but would recommend this

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Madjambo21

Really enjoyed outlaw king 9/10

The nun not so much. Really poor horror 3/10

Overlord 7/10 horror set in ww2 I think. Bit daft but worth a watching. 

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Samuel Camazzola

David Brent: Life on the Road

9/10

Beautifully written and underplayed by the genius that is Ricky Gervais. 

 

David Brent takes leave from his sales job and cashes in a couple of pensions to persue his dream of becoming a rock star. Features Andy Burrows (drummer from Razorlight) who also co-wrote the soundtrack which is very clever and funny. Check out the video to Lady Gypsy on YouTube! 😄 

 

It has the right balance of laughs, cringe and humility. 

 

A special mention to Doc Brown (not from Back to the Future) who is very good again. 

 

For those who've yet to see this, it's on BBC this weekend. 

 

 

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rudi must stay

Take the Ball, Pass the ball

 

Graham Hunter documentary on Barca. Absolutely gold, from the first second to the last. So interesting

 

10/10

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Thommo414

Goon: Last of the Enforcers 4 or 5/10

 

First Goon movie was great, one of my favourite sports films but this was just a poorly executed sequel that, like many others, lives in the land of mediocrity. 

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CavySlaveJambo

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. 

8/10

Some good scenes, but needs to be seen more than once to really get what is going on. but continuity errors connecting to Harry Potter, 

Also plenty of Easter eggs for Harry Potter fans, 

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Dawnrazor

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. 

10/10.

Superb Cohen Brothers film, 6 short films with a fantastic cast, I'll definitely be watching this again. 

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ri Alban

Outlaw King 9/10 Magic

 

The Predator 1/10 Dross

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benny
On 16/11/2018 at 21:25, Dawnrazor said:

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. 

10/10.

Superb Cohen Brothers film, 6 short films with a fantastic cast, I'll definitely be watching this again. 

Brilliant.

Just watched it on Netflix.

My favourite film of the year so far.

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Dawnrazor
27 minutes ago, benny said:

Brilliant.

Just watched it on Netflix.

My favourite film of the year so far.

 

The Liam Neeson one nearly had me in tears!!! 

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benny
25 minutes ago, Dawnrazor said:

The Liam Neeson one nearly had me in tears!!! 

Tim Blake Nelson as Buster Scruggs was lol from start to end.

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Carl Fredrickson

Finally got round to watching Three Bollboards. Really enjoyed it. 9/10

 

Also watched Darkest Hour. Gary Oldman does a very good Churchill. Another 9/10

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Carl Fredrickson

To avoid getting in a bad routine this winter of getting home from work and not going back out, I have purchased a years Odeon limitless membership. Plan to go at least once a week on the way home from work so I should be able to contribute a bit more to this thread.

 

Tonight was the first time I used the card and I went to see the new Fantastic Beasts movie. My son is going to see it with his mum this week so I want to be able to chat about the movie when he is here at the weekend. 

 

I am not a great HP fan and the first FB movie bored me to the point I havent seen it all the way through. The new one is a decent movie and the effects are impressive. Johnny Depp wasnt at his best though that may be due to the story. I think my son and other HP/FB fans will love it and no doubt it will make huge amounts at the box office. 

 

Not my cup of tea 6/10

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Ron Burgundy
On ‎16‎/‎11‎/‎2018 at 21:25, Dawnrazor said:

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. 

10/10.

Superb Cohen Brothers film, 6 short films with a fantastic cast, I'll definitely be watching this again. 

Watched it last night.

I can't decide if I liked it or not.

Although the first story with Buster I definitely liked a lot.

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Mauricio Pinilla

Really enjoyed Overlord. Group of American soldiers go to fight nazis and discover they're creating supersoldiers of the undead. Sounds cheesy as hell but somehow it works. 7/10. 

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Carl Fredrickson

Robin Hood. Load of drivel. Dont waste your time 2/10 (and that was only because Marion had a nice pair of norks)

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rudi must stay

Allied

 

Not the film I expected and that was a disappointment, but I think Marion Cotillard is wonderful as usual and it is worth watching. Just not as good as it could have been in my opinion

 

7/10

 

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MadJock

Went to the flicks a couple of times in the last week.

 

Overlord 8/10  Really enjoyed this,  was a little cheesy but that added to the enjoyment.

 

Robin Hood 1.5/10 easily the worst Robin hood film ever, None of the characters seemed suited to the roles they play, some were way to PC, all seemed cardboard, for someone who had spent at least 4 years crusading in the middle east Robin looked like he had just left school (maybe I getting old). Most had the odd funny line or one liner that all of them failed to make funny. The steam punk modern take added nothing to the movie, well it added to the confusion of when this movie was actually meant to be taking place. Could go on but its really wasted enough of my time already 

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Ray Gin

I, Tonya

8/10

Margot Robbie is excellent as disgraced 90s Olympic figure skater, Tonya Harding.

 

22 July

7.5/10

Dramatisation of the right-wing terrorist attack at a youth camp in Norway in 2011.

Edited by Ray Gin

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rudi must stay

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom

 

It was ok. Felt some parts of it were lazy and unoriginal though. It did however have some great dramatic scenes as you expect in Jurassic Park. It's quite a jumpy film I must admit and the new dinosaur is pretty scary

 

Spoiler

The ending is utterly mad and unexpected. I liked it though

 

7/10

Edited by rudi must stay

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Carl Fredrickson

Nativity Rocks

 

Same script as the previous 3 and so very predictable. Kids loved it but not I. 4/10

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Pans Jambo
On 16/11/2018 at 21:25, Dawnrazor said:

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. 

10/10.

Superb Cohen Brothers film, 6 short films with a fantastic cast, I'll definitely be watching this again. 

Thought that was brilliant. 

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Pans Jambo

Hangman.  3/10. 

 

Al Pacino. Utter shite. Pacino obviously taking on films purely for the money or to keep himself busy. He’s lost it. 

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Jambos_1874

The Sixth Sense: 8/10

 

I hadn't seen it for a long time but it definitely hadn't lost its fear factor; I was terrified for a good part of the film!!

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rudi must stay
On 27/11/2018 at 21:55, Pans Jambo said:

Hangman.  3/10. 

 

Al Pacino. Utter shite. Pacino obviously taking on films purely for the money or to keep himself busy. He’s lost it. 

 

Sad to see but obviously not getting the parts. Hopefully turns it around like De Niro did, two amazing actors

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Carl Fredrickson

Ralph Wrecks The Internet. Enjoyed this more than I probably should have. Very funny but also a decent story. 7/10

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Mikey1874

The Girl in the Spider's Web 9/10

 

I haven't really seen the original films (Stieg Larsson stories) and I don't read books. And I see the reviews are generally lukewarm.

 

But I enjoyed it. It moves along quickly with some very clever scenes. Main actor is good though support is a bit formulaic (bit of the Tomb Raider). Maybe because I'm not a fan of the originals. 

 

Not in cinemas much longer but shouldn't be long before it's on tv. 

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rudi must stay

Make Us Dream

 

A fantastic football documentary. Gerrard was some player, couldn't recommend it any more

 

10/10

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Madjambo21

HAPPYTIME MURDERS

Bit like who framed Roger rabbit but definitely not for kids.

Had a few laughs in it.

If you like Ted and Sausage party this is a film for you. 

7/10

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Carl Fredrickson

Creed 2

 

Decent boxing film but very predictable. 6/10

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Bigsmak

Green Book.. shown several months early for an unlimited screening at Cineworld. 

 

Had no idea what to expect but really enjoyed this true story, buddy/my fair lady  movie about a coloured musician and his driver as they tour the deep South in America in 1962.  Very funny and very emotional and doesn't shirk from the racist viewpoints and traditions of the time. 

 

Oscars? 

 

9/10

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Ray Gin
13 hours ago, Bigsmak said:

a coloured musician

 

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Madjambo21

WRECK IT RALPH 2 

7/10 not as good as the first but my son loved it

 

PEPPERMINT 

Revenge action film with Jennifer Gardner.

Gardner is good but the film brings nothing new to the genre.

Still enjoyed it though 6/10

 

 

Edited by Madjambo21

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Jamhammer
On 16/11/2018 at 21:25, Dawnrazor said:

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. 

10/10.

Superb Cohen Brothers film, 6 short films with a fantastic cast, I'll definitely be watching this again. 

I'm a massive Coen Brothers fan and this didn't dissapoint. Everything good about them. Funny/Sad/Beautiful/Ugly. One of their best IMO

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jack D and coke
On 16/10/2018 at 00:10, Madjambo21 said:

The Meg

 

Don't bother with this one. Poor effects story and acting. 

 

2/10

Ooooft so bad eh :lol: 

Just watched it, a steaming pile of horseshit! 

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Madjambo21
4 hours ago, jack D and coke said:

Ooooft so bad eh :lol: 

Just watched it, a steaming pile of horseshit! 

😂 not even that good unfortunately.

90 mins of my life I'll never get back I felt.

Must be how Hibs fans feel every weekend 

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Roxy Hearts

Saw Bohemian Rhapsody on Friday. Great film and some fine acting especially Rami Malek playing Freddie and the guys playing Brian May and John Deacon. 

 

Had to hold back the tears a couple of times and tapping my feet to the music. 

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luckyBatistuta

Aquaman

 

Just back from the cinema watching this and it’s straight in to my top 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

of the worst films I’ve ever seen

 

 

0/10

 

 

 

i’m off now to the ‘seethe thread’

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Dawnrazor
41 minutes ago, luckyBatistuta said:

Aquaman

 

Just back from the cinema watching this and it’s straight in to my top 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

of the worst films I’ve ever seen

 

 

0/10

 

 

 

i’m off now to the ‘seethe thread’

😂😂

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Muppetboy

Halloween,7.5/10. Really enjoyable remake and well worth a watch. 

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Pans Jambo

Before I go - 7/10

 

On Amazon Prime

About a guy who considers himself to be a bit of a loser & who's wife leaves him so he decides to do himself in but first needs to confront all the people who were horrible to him growing up before he commits suicide.

He goes back to his home town to confront his Brother, the school bully, the teacher who was rotten to him & the girl who was really nice to him.

Its a bit of a low budget comedy but well worth the watch. A few good laughs & some serious topics tackled at the same time. Quite enjoyed it.

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Carl Fredrickson

Spiderman. The new animated one. My son gives it 10/10. He really liked that for a large chunk of the movie it was very much like a comic rather than normal animation. The recliners at the Odeon are too comfy and I missed part of the first half of the movie. What I saw was decent.

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Placid Casual

Free Solo

 

Saw this documentary film about Alex Honnold at the Cameo last night.

 

I’ve little knowledge of climbing and I found this documentary jaw-dropping. Perfection or death. On the most imposing rock face of all. Would recommend.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/dec/13/free-solo-review-alex-honnold-el-capitan-yosemite

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Dawnrazor

A Monster Calls. 

A kids film but it had the wife in 😭 😭 

7/10.

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Samuel Camazzola
3 minutes ago, Dawnrazor said:

A Monster Calls. 

A kids film but it had the wife in 😭 😭 

7/10.

Is your missus, Felicity Jones? 😉

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Dawnrazor
3 minutes ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

Is your missus, Felicity Jones? 😉

I wish😂

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jambopilms
On 12/12/2018 at 20:28, luckyBatistuta said:

Aquaman

 

Just back from the cinema watching this and it’s straight in to my top 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

of the worst films I’ve ever seen

 

 

0/10

 

 

 

i’m off now to the ‘seethe thread’

Took my boy to this today of the back of this recommendation.

I agree, total nonsense. It's like Thor, mixed with the mummy, mixed with SpongeBob.

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