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Endgame.

 

7.5? Yeah, about that. 8? Kind of where I'd place the whole MCU thing as a whole. As a plot its the equivalent to a kid trying to undo a knot in their shoelaces. They do a fine job of unravelling it and bring it back together in a nice bow. Enjoyable. Weird how it spends an hour with an odd vicarious nostalgia thing in the middle act though but I suppose it made the thing with Thanos's daughter fit in seamlessly in the long run. Set up a good climax.

 

Wait it's still going? Is it going to pull a Return of the King on me? Are we going to the grey havens? 

 

These are good, fun films. Not sure how great they will be in the long-run. Will people watch a full franchise to understand who everyone is or will it become a niche curiosity for people who already know?

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A Star is Born. Surprised I liked this one, very good acting and music. 7.5/10

 

MIB International. Not as good as the others but worth a watch. 6/10

 

Spiderman, Far from home. Not their best effort in this franchise 6.5/10

 

Paradise Hills. What a load of cack. 3/10. 

A Letter for the King. Enjoyed watching this with the family. 7/10

 

The kid who would be King. Decent family film but more for kids. 6/10

 

The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir. Pick of the bunch for me, charming film with a great story and acting. 9/10

 

 

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Colour Out Of Space

 

This is fucking nuts. It's cosmic horror, based on a short story by HP Lovecraft and has a meteorite, alpacas and a wildly over the top Nicholas Cage in it. Mental film with a very 80s feel to it. 

 

It gets an indescribable colour out of 10.

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11 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

Colour Out Of Space

 

This is fucking nuts. It's cosmic horror, based on a short story by HP Lovecraft and has a meteorite, alpacas and a wildly over the top Nicholas Cage in it. Mental film with a very 80s feel to it. 

 

It gets an indescribable colour out of 10.

I'll look out for this, I assume you've seen Mandy also with Nicholas Cage? 

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2 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

I'll look out for this, I assume you've seen Mandy also with Nicholas Cage? 

I hadn't seen him in anything for ages. Mandy sounds mad as fuck as well. 

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Just now, cloggypop said:

I hadn't seen him in anything for ages. Mandy sounds mad as fuck as well. 

Well worth a watch, it is crazy but great fun. I've just seen there is a 2012 adaptation of The Colour Out Of Space...https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B07FXZS9H8/ref=atv_dp_b08_det_c_Iw3Dma_1_8

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3 hours ago, cloggypop said:

Colour Out Of Space

 

This is fucking nuts. It's cosmic horror, based on a short story by HP Lovecraft and has a meteorite, alpacas and a wildly over the top Nicholas Cage in it. Mental film with a very 80s feel to it. 

 

It gets an indescribable colour out of 10.

You only need to say Nicholas Cage is in it. He's always wildly over the top.

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Knives Out - 3/10. Boring and shit. I’m bewildered by positive reviews of this. Is it supposed to be a spoof/pastiche? I don’t think it knows itself. Self-indulgent shite. 

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The wife loves the Agatah Christie films , and had that Evil UnderThe Sun on the other day. Now I don't  mind Marple so much but don't really like the Poirot character but this 'reveal' took the fucking biscuit. It was some bollocks about lying on the beach pretending to be dead , winding somebody's watch on 5 minutes , false tan all over somebody , the bloke being a Latin teacher and a pipe that was never smoked. I was fucking made up when the perpetrator chinned Poirot.

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3 hours ago, Paul said:

Knives Out - 3/10. Boring and shit. I’m bewildered by positive reviews of this. Is it supposed to be a spoof/pastiche? I don’t think it knows itself. Self-indulgent shite. 

I enjoyed it to a point (pun not intended) but couldn't get over the fact that it was written and directed by Rian 'I'm cleverer than you' Johnson. I think this was proved by how it all turned out.

 

Plus,  Daniel Craig looked like shit

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50 minutes ago, sir roger said:

The wife loves the Agatah Christie films , and had that Evil UnderThe Sun on the other day. Now I don't  mind Marple so much but don't really like the Poirot character but this 'reveal' took the fucking biscuit. It was some bollocks about lying on the beach pretending to be dead , winding somebody's watch on 5 minutes , false tan all over somebody , the bloke being a Latin teacher and a pipe that was never smoked. I was fucking made up when the perpetrator chinned Poirot.

Poirot is boss.

 

1. Suchet 

2. Finney

3. Ustinov 

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On 29/03/2020 at 09:14, Bobby Hundreds said:

Dr sleep. If youre comparing it to the shining and the shining being a 10 then I'd give this a 5 but as a film in it's own right with out the weight of the original book or Kubricks genuis for entertainment purposes I'd give it a 7 I enjoyed it. The woman who plays Rose the hat is gorgeous too. Decent film not a classic by any stretch.

Rebecca Ferguson. Stunning. 

 

 

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I vaguely remember a Rowan Atkinson sketch where he is French and noting all the things he hates about the English,  and ranting about Agatha Christie adding clues at the end and how we thought it hilarious that a Belgian guy keeps getting called French.

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