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36 minutes ago, Em City said:

Spotlight - 10/10

 

Princess Mononoke - 8/10

I watched Spotlight again a week or two ago, and agree it is fantastic. Mark Ruffalo is one of my favourite actors.

 

Try Dark Waters if you haven't already mate.

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4 hours ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

I watched Spotlight again a week or two ago, and agree it is fantastic. Mark Ruffalo is one of my favourite actors.

 

Try Dark Waters if you haven't already mate.

Both very good.

 

He's found his niche role.

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6 minutes ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Thought he was brilliant in both Foxcatcher and Zodiac.

Again, great movies. I don't even mind him as the incredible hulk, though his talents lie better elsewhere.

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5 hours ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

I watched Spotlight again a week or two ago, and agree it is fantastic. Mark Ruffalo is one of my favourite actors.

 

Try Dark Waters if you haven't already mate.

 

I was very excited to see it after watching the trailer but then the Corona bollocks closed all the cinemas.

 

I will definitely watch it at some point.

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48 minutes ago, aws said:

Train to Busan - 9/10. Top notch zombie fest. 

A great movie. A kind of sequel is on its way too. Peninsula. Not a continuation of the film but set in the same story world.

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Ad Astra. I can't recall a shitter film I have ever sat through. Certainly not a shitter Sci-Fi film. I should have turned it off at the space monkeys. 

 

-10/10 just pointless. 

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Midsommer. The Avid Merrion bit at the end was ok but the whole movie was just shite. Should have known better after watching Hereditary by the same director.

 

This self isolation thing is going to be one tedious slog.

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At Eternity's Gate, Willem Dafoe plays Van Gogh in his last few years (Netflix).

 

This film was absolutely stunning to look at & Van Gogh's descent into madness was pretty convincing. It also made me want to paint in the same way The Color Of Money makes me want to play pool. 8/10.

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1 minute ago, Mook said:

At Eternity's Gate, Willem Dafoe plays Van Gogh in his last few years (Netflix).

 

This film was absolutely stunning to look at & Van Gogh's descent into madness was pretty convincing. It also made me want to paint in the same way The Color Of Money makes me want to play pool. 8/10.

That's a filum on my to watch list.

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The Man With The Iron Heart

 

6.5/10. Worth a watch, not a lot of dialogue.  A couple of lads go and try and kill a high ranking Nazi in Prague in 1942. 

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On 20/03/2020 at 22:04, Bjornebye said:

Ad Astra. I can't recall a shitter film I have ever sat through. Certainly not a shitter Sci-Fi film. I should have turned it off at the space monkeys. 

 

-10/10 just pointless. 

Yep, crap film.  The trailers deceive.

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Beetlejuice 

 

I’m 38 and hand on heart, this was the first time I’ve ever watched it. I don’t know if it’s one of these films you had to see when the film came out or 80’s nostalgia, but I didn’t enjoy it. Being honest, I thought it was dreadful. 
 

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Birds Of Prey 6/10.

 

The Margot Robbie Harley Quinn film. It ties itself in knots trying to be cleverer / kookyer than it actually is but it was an entertaining, if shallow, 90 minutes 

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37 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

Beetlejuice 

 

I’m 38 and hand on heart, this was the first time I’ve ever watched it. I don’t know if it’s one of these films you had to see when the film came out or 80’s nostalgia, but I didn’t enjoy it. Being honest, I thought it was dreadful. 
 

 

Ace at time but probably aged worse than Kirsty Alley

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2 hours ago, Scott_M said:

Birds Of Prey 6/10.

 

The Margot Robbie Harley Quinn film. It ties itself in knots trying to be cleverer / kookyer than it actually is but it was an entertaining, if shallow, 90 minutes 

It’s got Margot Robbie in and it’s shallow? That’s a 10/10 before we even start it 

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2 hours ago, Scott_M said:

Birds Of Prey 6/10.

 

The Margot Robbie Harley Quinn film. It ties itself in knots trying to be cleverer / kookyer than it actually is but it was an entertaining, if shallow, 90 minutes 

I'd give that 1/10. Utter shite.

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Platform has just been released on Netflix.

 

Spanish satire on the state of society.

 

A great film until the final act, which just seems they ran out of ideas.

 

Still well worth a watch 7.5/10

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Allied 5/10

 

World War II spy film with Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard. Not a bad storyline but it just didn't do it for me.

 

Personal Shopper 3/10

 

A girl trying to juggle her job while also trying to make contact with her recently deceased brother. A bit like sitting in a car with the engine running but not actually putting it into gear and going for a drive. 

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