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8 hours ago, блядь said:

 

They've all been shite and nonsense since T2. Also Arnie's best character in these was the Terminator in T1. 


I’ve a bit of time on Thursday, I was thinking about going to go to see this. If what happens in the first few minutes is true (and I assume it is), then I’m not going to bother. 

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Hadn't watched a film in ages, plumped for downloading Godzilla - King of the monsters out of curiosity.

A stinking pile of shite, I'm being generous and giving it 1/10.

Utter wankery.

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44 minutes ago, scudger99 said:

Hadn't watched a film in ages, plumped for downloading Godzilla - King of the monsters out of curiosity.

A stinking pile of shite, I'm being generous and giving it 1/10.

Utter wankery.

Sounds right up my street, this. Think I’ll watch it before I go to bed.

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7 hours ago, scudger99 said:

Hadn't watched a film in ages, plumped for downloading Godzilla - King of the monsters out of curiosity.

A stinking pile of shite, I'm being generous and giving it 1/10.

Utter wankery.

After so many films about Godzilla, I think it's high time there was a film about Godzukey. 

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13 hours ago, scudger99 said:

Hadn't watched a film in ages, plumped for downloading Godzilla - King of the monsters out of curiosity.

A stinking pile of shite, I'm being generous and giving it 1/10.

Utter wankery.

 

Not watched it myself, not my thing. Our youngest lad loved it though, he's only 12 mind. He said the Monsters were great but the film could have done without the Human element which spoilt things. 

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Insidious 2. 3/10

 

I really liked the first one and didn't even realise they had done and second and third until it came up on Netflix. The 3rd has a different cast so i will avoid that but the 2nd has Rose Byrne still in it so gave it a go. Wish I hadn't bothered. Its not the worst film I have ever seen and it has got a few jumpy bits but its not a scratch on the first one. 

 

Trying to think how many films had a sequel that was better than the original. Terminator 2? Obviously people will look at the Rocky films too as not everyone prefers the first one. 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Insidious 2. 3/10

 

I really liked the first one and didn't even realise they had done and second and third until it came up on Netflix. The 3rd has a different cast so i will avoid that but the 2nd has Rose Byrne still in it so gave it a go. Wish I hadn't bothered. Its not the worst film I have ever seen and it has got a few jumpy bits but its not a scratch on the first one. 

 

Trying to think how many films had a sequel that was better than the original. Terminator 2? Obviously people will look at the Rocky films too as not everyone prefers the first one. 

Home Alone

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On 22/10/2019 at 21:09, Carvalho Diablo said:

Meh, didn't do it for me this one. Enjoyable in a farcical way but the acting was poor and the incidental music and songs throughout were a bit cringey my western tastes.

 

6/10

Crikey , I thought it was at least a 9/10 , really surprised me 

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The King - Wasn't epecting much and it was really rather brilliant. Good acting, script and directing.

 

7/10.

 

History\Crusader Kings\Kingdom Come fans will give it a good 9\10.

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On 13/10/2019 at 18:59, Anubis said:

Anna. 7/10. Luc Besson revisits La Femme Nikita/The Assassin, but this time uses a Russian protagonist, plays with the timeline, and adds a few well-worn twists. Entertaining enough with some good action set-pieces, but nothing we haven’t seen before.

 

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark - 5/10. Horror stories for kids set in 1968 which tries to intertwine its supernatural monsters with the real monsters of the time such as Nixon, Vietnam and the treatment of mental patients. Unsuccessfully. In truth, most of the monsters aren’t that scary, even for kids, except The Jangly Man, who will no doubt have sent some little cherubs away with recurring nightmares. Points for not guaranteeing the safety of its protagonists. Points off for weak script and performances.

I just wached the Scary Stories movie. I have no idea what certificate it was but I'd be surprised if it was aimed at kids and was a 12A. It really scared me at points, although I have to admit my ability to watch horror movies of any kind has been seriously lowered over the last few years.

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The Laundromat. 4/10. Not very good really. I understand what Sodobergh was trying to do by using people’s stories to illustrate what’s behind the Panama Papers. Unfortunately it just doesn’t work.

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Watched IT part one the other day. Thought it was very well done, removing nostalgia from the picture it's a big improvement over the original in many respects. Although Curry's performance meant they could just use make-up to escalate things for the actual attacks, which is the one thing I thought fell flat in the new one.  Skarsgard was spot on in the main, but the sped-up waddle towards the screen approach just seemed a bit silly. Pretty much everything else was spot on. Great atmosphere, really triggered an interest in the whole King mythos again. Mad that I've never actually read one of his full novels. 8/10

 

Dark Tower - a why not Netflix click on this follwoing It. It's average, doesn't seem to ever think it's going to set up anything bigger than the single film so at least it tells a satisfying story. Some good performances, but little to say and never really gives the world any real weight. 6/10

 

Troll Hunter - seen it loads, the best 'found footage' film for me (although I've never seen Rec, which people were raving about back in the day). 9/10. Love it.

 

 

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It Part 1 was good. Though I still prefer Curry as Pennywise. A much scarier clown.

 

It Part 2 was ok but no more. A tad disjointed and too much CGI. They clearly had a bigger budget and just threw stuff at the screen. The final confrontation was CGI cack.

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