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AndyNic
13 minutes ago, Dagger Is Back said:

It's on Prime

 

Cheers, I'll check it out 👍🏼

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Dagger Is Back
17 minutes ago, AndyNic said:

 

Cheers, I'll check it out 👍🏼

 

Actually just noticed it's on Sky Movies Premier from this Friday

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Dirkdiggler77
On 14/09/2020 at 18:29, rudi must stay said:

 

Just ordered it

 

Not a horror fan but remember Mark Kermode rating this and Tobey Jones at that time. There's another good films where Jones plays Hitchcock filming the film the birds  

Let us know what you think because the film message board i went on is pure crickets

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rudi must stay
19 minutes ago, Dirkdiggler77 said:

Let us know what you think because the film message board i went on is pure crickets

 

I didn't think much of it. Odd and slow 

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Jamhammer

Battle of the sexes. Tennis/biopic re match between Billie Jean King & Bobby Riggs.

Quite interesting & good cast

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Tommy Brown

As posted above.

The Gentlemen, an typical enjoyable romp from Guy Richie.

A few lol moments.

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1971fozzy

Spider-Man - into the spider verse.

visually very good indeed and some great humour. Really enjoyed it

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Tommy Brown

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) on C4 now. Put it on record.

 

Have seen the original, is it worth watching this one?

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Dawnrazor
31 minutes ago, Tommy Brown said:

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) on C4 now. Put it on record.

 

Have seen the original, is it worth watching this one?

Aye, I thought it was very good.

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Tommy Brown
Posted (edited)
4 minutes ago, Dawnrazor said:

Aye, I thought it was very good.

 

Aye, but had you seen the original?

 

Just yes or no answer to not give anything away.:thumbsup:

 

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Dawnrazor
4 minutes ago, Tommy Brown said:

 

Aye, but had you seen the original?

 

Just yes or no answer to not give anything away.:thumbsup:

 

Yes👍

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Tommy Brown
54 minutes ago, Dawnrazor said:

Yes👍

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Ron Burgundy

The gentlemen, thought it was great.

 

Yardie, chronic, should have had sub-titles as I could hardly understand a word of it.

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Vlad Magic

Watched “Beats” last night.

 

Indy film based on the early 90’s illegal rave scene in Scotland.

 

Its filmed almost entirely in black and white for reasons I couldn’t work out? There was no real reason to do this other than to make the one scene filmed in colour stand out. 
 

As a nostalgic trip back to your teens (if you are of a certain vintage) it’s really enjoyable. The 2 lead actors have genuine chemistry as best pals on a massive night out. Some very funny moments. 
 

The soundtrack is brilliant. One of the best. Opens with a bit of UltraSonic and goes through some of the best early 90’s techno.

 

Would be best watched with you and your old raving mates as a trip down memory lane. 
 

7 out of 10

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Vlad Magic

Also watched “Jack Reacher” couple of nights back.

 

Its pish.

 

I have read a couple of the books. Now I know books don’t necessarily translate into good films but FFS whoever cast Tom Cruise as Reacher needs firing.

 

Reacher is 6ft 5 220-250 pounds and described as Bigfoot in one of his books?

 

Cruise is a dwarf.

 

The film itself is based on one of the books I haven’t read yet. One of the most enjoyable things about Lee Child’s books is they are fantasy. You don’t take them seriously. Complete over the top, mindless fiction. 
 

The film failed completely to replicate this. It simply took itself too seriously.

 

5 out of 10

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Heartsmad1874

Just watched The Planet of the Apes for the first time. Outstanding film, defo gonna check out the rest of the movies.

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Tazio

Just rewatched The Searchers in BBC iPlayer. 
Still one of the best westerns ever made. Rare to see Wayne playing an unpleasant character. 

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ri Alban

Survivor should have been continued by the BBC. Quite liked that show. 

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John Findlay
On 08/10/2020 at 00:10, Tazio said:

Just rewatched The Searchers in BBC iPlayer. 
Still one of the best westerns ever made. Rare to see Wayne playing an unpleasant character. 

This,was the role he should have got his oscar for imho.

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Dawnrazor

Good Boys.

What a ****in laugh😅😅

8.5/10.

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Jamhammer
On 07/10/2020 at 19:00, Heartsmad1874 said:

Just watched The Planet of the Apes for the first time. Outstanding film, defo gonna check out the rest of the movies.

I love them. Big fan of the originals but these are great 

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rudi must stay

Mile 22

 

This is a very original and exciting film and for that I'll give it a favourable score

 

6/10

 

 

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Harry Potter

Watching MA, 2018,  very good,  On demand , sky cinema. 8/10.

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Dirkdiggler77
On 29/09/2020 at 16:54, rudi must stay said:

 

I didn't think much of it. Odd and slow 

 

That's what most people say- but it really looks like it's building to something-  i was disappointed as well but i had a gut feeling maybe it's genius that went over everyone's head

 

 

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1971fozzy

Watchmen . The Ultimate cut (whatever that is) 3.5 hours ffs but glorious. Love that film

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Marvin

Just watched Lemmy on Netflix. Excellent docu-film about the Motorhead front man. Never realised how down to Earth he really is. Recommended. 

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Tazio
1 minute ago, Marvin said:

Just watched Lemmy on Netflix. Excellent docu-film about the Motorhead front man. Never realised how down to Earth he really is. Recommended. 

It’s a good documentary. He really does come across as a total eccentric. I doubt there’s another rock star anywhere who’s lived in an apartment like that. Especially in LA. I’ve not seen in it years, might be time for a rewatch. 

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benny

True Romance on Netflix.

First time for over 10 years.

Still great.

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ri Alban

Watched the matrix. The 4 th is due out next year. 

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rudi must stay

Yardie

 

What's it about? Don't know but I enjoyed it throughly. Plenty of energy in this film

 

7/10

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ri Alban
4 minutes ago, rudi must stay said:

Yardie

 

What's it about? Don't know but I enjoyed it throughly. Plenty of energy in this film

 

7/10

Idris? 

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rudi must stay
23 minutes ago, ri Alban said:

Idris? 

 

Ye it's on iPlayer 

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ri Alban
Just now, rudi must stay said:

 

Ye it's on iPlayer 

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Greedy Jambo

The Phenomenon 

Even the most sceptical of people will find it hard to argue with some of the shit on that. 

We're not alone... maybe. 

 

http://vumoo.to/movies/the-phenomenon-2020

 

 

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rudi must stay
On 04/10/2020 at 17:41, 1971fozzy said:

Spider-Man - into the spider verse.

visually very good indeed and some great humour. Really enjoyed it

 

Top review 

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rudi must stay

Finding The Way Back

 

Upbeat sports film. Not on any video streaming but worth a pop at £10 I'd say. My review a strong 9

 

9/10

 

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Ron Burgundy

The Captain on Amazon.

True story about a German deserter near the end of the war who ends up impersonating a captain and turns into an absolute psychopath.

 

Pretty good.

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rudi must stay

Close

 

A decent thriller. Lots of action and twists, passed the time. On Netflix 

 

7/10

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rudi must stay

Point Blank

 

Again a film that passed the time . On Netflix

 

6/10

 

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Jibbers

Finally saw Samsara on DVD, yes I still buy them. It's totally stunning. If you've seen Baraka you'll know what to expect as it has similar themes and imagery. If you've seen neither, see both but be warned, these aren't movies with a plot, actors and a storyline. They are more like artistic documentaries. The cinematography is amazing. Really deserves to be seen on the big screen but if you have a big tv and a soundbar that will be a decent approximation.

For a flavour go to YouTube and watch Shpongle's Around the World in Tea Daze (OTT remix) which uses footage from both films.

I was left awestruck at the world we live in and dismayed at the world we've created.

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Muppetboy

Hubie halloween on Netflix. Typical Adam sandler, 6/10

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rudi must stay

Hard Kill

 

Dreadful acting and a bad guy known as The Pardoner. Really bad and that's 20 minutes in, honestly don't bother

 

1/10 

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Carl Fredrickson

The Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix. Really enjoyed this, based on a true story 8/10

 

Underwater  on Now TV. Heap of crap. 1/10

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John Findlay

Three billboards outside Ebbing Missouri.

 

Watched this last night after recording it a few days ago on Film 4.

I enjoyed it. Frances McDormand is a class actress. In the same vein as No country for old men, for me.

 

9/10.

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Greedy Jambo

 

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Harry Potter

Rebecca on Netflix 2020, 7/10.

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rudi must stay

Summerland

 

A quite charming and likeable wee film.  I was surprised, good acting too

 

8/10

 

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Ron Burgundy

Rambo : Last Blood

 

Enjoyed it more than I thought I would or probably should have.

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rudi must stay

One Night In Bangkok

 

Seen worse. I'd give it

 

5.5/10

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Greedy Jambo

Uncut Gems, started off as an 8/10 but quickly ended up a 5/10

 

10/10 for julia fox's arse though. 

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