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Dolemite Is My Name - 6/10.

 

The best bit about the film is Wesley Snipes, he’s hilarious. Apart from him, it’s kind of mildly amusing in places. 

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I thought Snowpiercer was crap as well. Remember seeing it bigged up in Empire & Total Film a few times. Saw it advertised on Netflix, checked it IMDB & was really looking forward to it.

 

Don't think I lasted 30 mins.

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Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot- well acted, but some of the characters got on my tits- 5/10

Trial by Fire- decent, could have been better- 6/10

The Nightingale- grim but gripping- 7.5/10

Dolemite is my Name- mildly amusing, good to see Eddie Murphy swearing again- 6/10

Official Secrets- solid- 7.5/10

 

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Let the Missus choose tonight as she wanted a bit of lighthearted comedy. 

 

The Intern. 7/10. Quite enjoyed this, some funny moments and both De Niro and Hatthaway nailed their parts. 

 

Focus. 7/10. Decent enough with solid acting and a decent story line with a few twists. That Adrian Martinez supplied a few very dry humour moments and you get to see Margot Robbie's tits, although very briefly. 

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5 hours ago, Pistonbroke said:

Let the Missus choose tonight as she wanted a bit of lighthearted comedy. 

 

The Intern. 7/10. Quite enjoyed this, some funny moments and both De Niro and Hatthaway nailed their parts. 

 

Focus. 7/10. Decent enough with solid acting and a decent story line with a few twists. That Adrian Martinez supplied a few very dry humour moments and you get to see Margot Robbie's tits, although very briefly. 

Sounds like a horror film to me.

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Avengement, Netflix. Brit B version of John Wick type movie but mainly with fists and the glitzy props. Simple story of revenge, man gets angry, real angry...and violence is pretty much guaranteed throughout. Seen worse revenge action films, seen better. 6.5/10. 

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2 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Avengement, Netflix. Brit B version of John Wick type movie but mainly with fists and the glitzy props. Simple story of revenge, man gets angry, real angry...and violence is pretty much guaranteed throughout. Seen worse revenge action films, seen better. 6.5/10. 

Is that the one in the pub?

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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. 

 

Loved the nostalgia of the 80 settings and the music, just found the main story rather boring, could of been ace but ended up being average. 

 

6 psychos out of 10. 

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4 hours ago, Pistonbroke said:

Avengement, Netflix. Brit B version of John Wick type movie but mainly with fists and the glitzy props. Simple story of revenge, man gets angry, real angry...and violence is pretty much guaranteed throughout. Seen worse revenge action films, seen better. 6.5/10. 

Stellar cast there. Craig Fairbrass? Fucking hell. Haven't seen Nick Moran in anything for a while either. 

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8 hours ago, General Dryness said:

Stellar cast there. Craig Fairbrass? Fucking hell. Haven't seen Nick Moran in anything for a while either. 

 

That Turgoose who played Shaun in 'This is England' is also in it. As is Terrence Maynard, who was in Coronation Street no less. 

 

My quote  Brit B version of John Wick type movie but mainly with fists and the glitzy props. Should have had the word 'Without' before glitzy props. 

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13 hours ago, Pistonbroke said:

Avengement, Netflix. Brit B version of John Wick type movie but mainly with fists and the glitzy props. Simple story of revenge, man gets angry, real angry...and violence is pretty much guaranteed throughout. Seen worse revenge action films, seen better. 6.5/10. 

It's decent in a shouty, geezer British action film type of way

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3 minutes ago, Special K said:

It's decent in a shouty, geezer British action film type of way

 

Yeh, definitely Low Budget so you have to take it for what it is. I was half expecting our very own 'Simon' to turn up in it. 

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3 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

Yeh, definitely Low Budget so you have to take it for what it is. I was half expecting our very own 'Simon' to turn up in it. 

Who is this 'Simon'? I've seen him mentioned here and there and he's obviously a figure of fun, and I assume he left the site a while ago?

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1 minute ago, Mudface said:

Who is this 'Simon'? I've seen him mentioned here and there and he's obviously a figure of fun, and I assume he left the site a while ago?

 

Si was ace, ridiculed and loved at the same time. He left a few years ago as he became to big for the forum, what with him being an inventor/actor/Michelin star chef. You need to read some of the threads he started mate, absolute corkers. 

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2 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

Si was ace, ridiculed and loved at the same time. He left a few years ago as he became to big for the forum, what with him being an inventor/actor/Michelin star chef. You need to read some of the threads he started mate, absolute corkers. 

Cheers- I think I found one in the Hall of Fame board- 

 

I'll be on the train a fair bit today, so that'll be something to keep me occupied... Any other recommendations? I'm not sure I can search by his user name.

 

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3 minutes ago, Mudface said:

Cheers- I think I found one in the Hall of Fame board- 

 

I'll be on the train a fair bit today, so that'll be something to keep me occupied... Any other recommendations? I'm not sure I can search by his user name.

 

 

There were loads mate. Not sure if they were lost in the transition to this new forum. Hopefully someone can find a few for you to peruse. 

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17 hours ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Watching a Brian de Palma film tonight called Blow Out with John Travolta. Never heard of it but it's critically acclaimed. 

Well? 

 

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1 minute ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Halfway through, it's really good but it's similar to another movie. I will post again after the second half is watched. 

If its 32 hours long you can ram it up your arse mate. 

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