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milky_26
8 hours ago, ri Alban said:

Tag :D Good distraction and fun too. 

Jeremy Renner is great in it. I also like the fact it is loosely based on a true story

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Winter's Bone   Tough drama set in really small town USA (Ozark Mountains).   Really impressed at the performances in this - a few Oscar nominations at the time.   7.5/10

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Selfless

 

I found this film an easy to follow and decent watch. Some good acting in there. It's on netflix

 

6.5/10

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SpongeBob Square pants : Sponge on the run

 

Pretty bad but Matt Berry saved it, hilarious man

 

5.5/10

 

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On 07/01/2021 at 18:24, Pans Jambo said:

Its that bad I'm actually scared to admit I watched it to the end...Absolutely HOWLING movie.

 

Of course I would say that the only reason I did actually watch all of it is because Gal Gadot is pure perfection...she IS a wonder woman :clumshot:


Same reason I stayed with it to the end. She’s incredible but the movie was terrible. 

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Dead Man’s Shoes is on Film 4 at 11.05pm tonight. If you’ve never seen then treat yourself. Incredible film with Paddy Considine giving a performance of a lifetime. 

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ri Alban
1 hour ago, Tazio said:

Dead Man’s Shoes is on Film 4 at 11.05pm tonight. If you’ve never seen then treat yourself. Incredible film with Paddy Considine giving a performance of a lifetime. 

Don't, it's murder. 

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Songbird - thriller, drama Love story about a covid pandemic where only a handful of people are immune, not a film I would recommend, it does have a great cast but pretty poor story line 

 

Songbird (2020)

In 2024 a pandemic ravages the world and its cities. Centering on a handful of people as they navigate the obstacles currently hindering society: disease, martial law, quarantine, and vigilantes.

5/10 from me 

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Tenuous to the thread but I’m watching a documentary about the history of comic book movies. 
And just discovered that hilariously Dougray Scott was cast as Wolverine in the original X-Men film but had to drop out as he was signed up to another film and couldn’t get out of it. Then they offered it to Russell Crowe but he wasn’t available so suggested his mate Hugh even though he was mainly a stage actor in musicals. And the rest was history. 
Nae luck Dougray. 

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Wasp Network

 

Had this one on in the background on Netflix. Seems a well acted good film

 

6/10

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On 28/12/2020 at 00:27, 1971fozzy said:

Tenet . Genuinely no idea what the fek that was all about. Looked good and sounded good but completely at a loss with the plot ???  


I went and seen that at the cinema. 
 

Thought it was terrible. People who make these kind of films mustn’t be right 

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On 28/12/2020 at 00:27, 1971fozzy said:

Tenet . Genuinely no idea what the fek that was all about. Looked good and sounded good but completely at a loss with the plot ???  


I went and seen that at the cinema. 
 

Thought it was terrible. People who make these kind of films mustn’t be right 

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Watched Terminator 1 and 2 for the first times yesterday 😂😳

 

Both excellent and Arnie was cool as fk 😎😂 Heard not to bother with the rest though... 

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alwaysthereinspirit
2 hours ago, Simo said:

Watched Terminator 1 and 2 for the first times yesterday 😂😳

 

Both excellent and Arnie was cool as fk 😎😂 Heard not to bother with the rest though... 

never watched Terminator 1 but love the second movie. 

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41 minutes ago, alwaysthereinspirit said:

never watched Terminator 1 but love the second movie. 

If you watch them back to back it’s a classic case of the first one doing well so they throw a big budget at the second. 

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1 hour ago, Tazio said:

If you watch them back to back it’s a classic case of the first one doing well so they throw a big budget at the second. 

I’ve seen bits of 1 and always thought it looked a bit meh. I should give it another go.

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Tommy Brown
On 09/01/2021 at 22:18, ri Alban said:

Don't, it's murder. 

FFS ri, your joking?

 

A great UK movie.

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Greenland (cinema HD)

On advice from my oldest son.

My advice, don't bother.

God damn disaster movie, and a very poor one. Gerald Butler in lead role.

My son has been ridiculed in no uncertain terms. 

 

Lost Girls (Netflix)

Earthy, true story drama in New Jersey.

Good watch, but disturbing.

 

 

I'm also still stunned @ri Alban

Slagging off Dead Man's Shoes.

:cornette:

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3 hours ago, Tommy Brown said:

FFS ri, your joking?

 

A great UK movie.

It's in my top 5 all time worst films ever. Get Carter is number one. 

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Tommy Brown
4 hours ago, ri Alban said:

It's in my top 5 all time worst films ever. Get Carter is number one. 

whats the other 3 for me to avoid? :lol:

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6 minutes ago, Tommy Brown said:

whats the other 3 for me to avoid? :lol:

A clockwork orange is number 2. FMs is number 4.

I have two that are banned from my head. (5)The lassie who plays Sarah Connor is in one. And an other with a memory lose theme, (3)Momento. All dross. 

 

 

I have others that should be in my top 5, but they're just rotten, these are contemptuous. 

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Harry Potter
7 hours ago, ri Alban said:

It's in my top 5 all time worst films ever. Get Carter is number one. 

Britt Ekland plays a good role.

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Tommy Brown
6 hours ago, Harry Potter said:

Britt Ekland plays a good role.

 

As good as her role in the Wicker Man:clumshot:

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Kill The Messenger

 

Seemed very good. Tenner putting in a good shift, he makes it look easy

 

7/10

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Ron Burgundy
20 hours ago, Tommy Brown said:

 

As good as her role in the Wicker Man:clumshot:

That was a body double, she was up the duff when filming.

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John Findlay
2 hours ago, Ron Burgundy said:

That was a body double, she was up the duff when filming.

Is Rod Stewart the dad?

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3 hours ago, Ron Burgundy said:

That was a body double, she was up the duff when filming.

A Glaswegian go-go dancer I seem to remember reading somewhere. 

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Tommy Brown
2 minutes ago, Tazio said:

A Glaswegian go-go dancer I seem to remember reading somewhere. 

 

Feeling really old now, just read Britt is 78 years old now

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John Findlay
5 minutes ago, Tommy Brown said:

 

probably Peter Sellars

 

edit:  tedious, I know...

Nikolaj Adler

Britt Ekland's son
Born: June 1973 (age 47 years)

Christ she was getting around. Saw her in Leith Walk with Rod Stewart in 1972.

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Tommy Brown
1 minute ago, John Findlay said:

Christ she was getting around. Saw her in Leith Walk with Rod Stewart in 1972.

suure it was not later John

 

Partners: Lou Adler (1972–1974), Rod Stewart (1975–1977)

 

If 1972 you were 10, if 1975 you were 13 and probably done something you shouldn't have when you got home.:stitch:

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John Findlay
2 minutes ago, Tommy Brown said:

suure it was not later John

 

Partners: Lou Adler (1972–1974), Rod Stewart (1975–1977)

 

If 1972 you were 10, if 1975 you were 13 and probably done something you shouldn't have when you got home.:stitch:

Trust me it was Rod and Brit in 72. He had taken her to a Hibs v Celtic game which Celtic won 4-2. I had been at the game with my pal George Reilly from Pirniehall primary School. He recognised Rod, I didnt.

Six weeks later saw their picture in the Sunday Post. I was nine lol. Born April 63.

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1 minute ago, John Findlay said:

Trust me it was Rod and Brit in 72. He had taken her to a Hibs v Celtic game which Celtic won 4-2. I had been at the game with my pal George Reilly from Pirniehall primary School. He recognised Rod, I didnt.

Six weeks later saw their picture in the Sunday Post. I was nine lol. Born April 63.

:levein_interesting:

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To be fair to John it could have been any of Rod’s many girlfriends over the years. He definitely has a type. 

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John Findlay
12 minutes ago, Tazio said:

To be fair to John it could have been any of Rod’s many girlfriends over the years. He definitely has a type. 

Oh he likes his blondes. I didnt know who either were at the time. George ran into a newsagents and was saying to the woman behind the counter, I've just spoken with Rod Stewart. I was at the door thinking. Who is Rod Stewart. 

Six weeks later so a picture of them together in the Sunday Post.

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On 10/01/2021 at 00:51, Tazio said:

Tenuous to the thread but I’m watching a documentary about the history of comic book movies. 
And just discovered that hilariously Dougray Scott was cast as Wolverine in the original X-Men film but had to drop out as he was signed up to another film and couldn’t get out of it. Then they offered it to Russell Crowe but he wasn’t available so suggested his mate Hugh even though he was mainly a stage actor in musicals. And the rest was history. 
Nae luck Dougray. 

Think Dougray was still filming mission impossible 2 with Tom Cruise and couldn't film x men.

 

Missed out on a career changer and saw his team get pumped off the big team 🤣🤣🤣

 

(Did get married to Claire Forlani though 😎)

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Blindfire 7/10   Was boring for a bit.   Then it unravels.   Not bad, not great, it's different which gives it a pass.   

 

It's about a us cop who gets into trouble...  I'll leave it there. 

 

The Iron Mask:

 

Started off well with the introduction, a short detailed story of the films purpose.   Was feeling excited at that point, then got disappointing.   Jackie Chan, Arnold Swarzenegger have parts in it.   That kept it appealing but not great either.   Not my kind of film, others might like it. 

 

6/10

 

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The Irishman.

 

The length of film at 3 hour 30 mins had put me off this, as I wanted give it a straight run through, but it never felt long to me at all.

 

Great movie and great performances by everyone.

 

8.5/10

 

 

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Quite enjoying the Small Axe series of films on BBC. Well, first and 3rd ones. 2nd one was about 50 mins of people dancing. I like a bit heavy dub and toasting but was bored by the end. 

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On 13/01/2021 at 13:22, Lovecraft said:

The Irishman.

 

The length of film at 3 hour 30 mins had put me off this, as I wanted give it a straight run through, but it never felt long to me at all.

 

Great movie and great performances by everyone.

 

8.5/10

 

 

I thought the last hour or so was a bit slow - but I still enjoyed it. 

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For something different I'd recommend Behind the Candlebra. Great performances from Michael Douglas and Matt Damon. Liberace wasn't my thing but fascinating insight into showbiz and what it can do to people.

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For something different I'd recommend Behind the Candlebra. Great performances from Michael Douglas and Matt Damon. Liberace wasn't my thing but fascinating insight into showbiz and what it can do to people.

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For something different I'd recommend Behind the Candlebra. Great performances from Michael Douglas and Matt Damon. Liberace wasn't my thing but fascinating insight into showbiz and what it can do to people.

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Assassin's Creed

 

It's a better film than given credit for in my opinion. Fassbender and Cotillard are decent, but it does feel a slog watching it and it misses something, what I think it misses is humour to be honest. It's on netflix

 

6/10

 

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