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24 minutes ago, mattyq said:

When Harry met Sally

Old classic. First time I've seen it in at least 20 years, still great

9/10

Meg Ryan was something else back then.

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27 minutes ago, mattyq said:

When Harry met Sally

Old classic. First time I've seen it in at least 20 years, still great

9/10

 

1 minute ago, Harry's Lad said:

Meg Ryan was something else back then.

Have you seen When a Man Loves a Woman with her and Andy Garcia? She's superb in that. 

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1 minute ago, Bjornebye said:

 

Have you seen When a Man Loves a Woman with her and Andy Garcia? She's superb in that. 

I have, but years ago. I'll have to watch it again sometime.

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13 hours ago, rb14 said:

Wish you were here - Amazon Prime

 

Watched this years ago and absolutely loved it. I'm going to watch it again tonight so it'll be interesting to see how it's aged, but back in the day, it would deffo have got a 9/10. Why do I post it here, before rewatching it? I just posted this on the Draft forum and didn't want you lot to miss one of international cinema's most wonderful scenes... 

 

 

 

Didn't watch it after all. Went out for a meal instead. Stepped out for a ciggy halfway through and saw a couple who were sat outside the restaurant with their dog. With their consent, I immediately said hello to the dog "Scooby". I kind of recognised the fella, but dismissed it as like "no way", but it actually was, definitely was, Ad*m L*llana. 

 

10/10 for the dog. 

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6 hours ago, rb14 said:

Didn't watch it after all. Went out for a meal instead. Stepped out for a ciggy halfway through and saw a couple who were sat outside the restaurant with their dog. With their consent, I immediately said hello to the dog "Scooby". I kind of recognised the fella, but dismissed it as like "no way", but it actually was, definitely was, Ad*m L*llana. 

 

10/10 for the dog. 

I read that initially as the dog was Ad*m L*llana. Today's going to be a long day.

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First Man (2018).

 

The story of Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 and the Gemini space programme.

 

Wasn't expecting this - for some reason I thought it'd got average reviews. Loved it. The first scene was exhilarating - found myself feeling quite spooked when he bounces off the atmosphere.

 

Hadn't realised he'd lost a little girl to cancer. Real heart string pulling. Several moments holding back the waterworks, especially with the bracelet at the end.

 

10 out of (Apollo) 11.

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4 hours ago, johnsusername said:

First Man (2018).

 

The story of Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 and the Gemini space programme.

 

Wasn't expecting this - for some reason I thought it'd got average reviews. Loved it. The first scene was exhilarating - found myself feeling quite spooked when he bounces off the atmosphere.

 

Hadn't realised he'd lost a little girl to cancer. Real heart string pulling. Several moments holding back the waterworks, especially with the bracelet at the end.

 

10 out of (Apollo) 11.

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It's a great film. Armstrong was a complex and very driven man and  Ryan Gosling nailed it.

 

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Army of The Dead


A mash up of some of the greatest action movies of all time but not as good as any of them. Still very enjoyable, brainless fun.


Corny and completely predictable and his spoilt brat daughter Kate needs her cunt booting the fuck in.


7.5/10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I give Army of the Dead a 7/10.

 

Looks good, some decent action, okay soundtrack, questionable script and acting, probably 20 minutes too long.

 

But for a Friday evening switch off and wind down film it was not bad.

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Broadly agree on Army of the Dead. Good fun with some great action sequences, but too long and not especially memorable. 6.5/10

 

I do like Dave Bautista though. He’s a far more subtle actor than he seems. Also agree on Dawn of the Dead: it’s easily Snyder’s best film. Zero fat, all action. 

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Army of the Dead  0/10

 

Utter shit on every level. Poorly acted, poorly scripted, the set pieces were awful and the CGI done on a Commodore 64. It looks like a movie created by a committee of chimps.

 

How is Zack Snyder still getting money to make films? He has 25 director credits and 300 was half way good (for visual only) and the rest are shit

 

 

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9 hours ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

Army of The Dead


A mash up of some of the greatest action movies of all time but not as good as any of them. Still very enjoyable, brainless fun.


Corny and completely predictable and his spoilt brat daughter Kate needs her cunt booting the fuck in.


7.5/10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's literally a remake of Aliens. Vasquez dying, Burke locking them in, nuking from orbit....Las Vegas (LV)

 

 

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