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Rams - Icelandic film about two brothers, sheep farmers, who haven't spoken to each other for 40 years. It's not for everyone and there's not a load of dialogue (I expected to fall asleep during it) but it was quite charming and engaging. 7 out of 10.

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Rams - Icelandic film about two brothers, sheep farmers, who haven't spoken to each other for 40 years. It's not for everyone and there's not a load of dialogue (I expected to fall asleep during it) but it was quite charming and engaging. 7 out of 10.

Where did you watch it RK ?

 

Saw a review a little while ago and really like the look of it.

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Hunt For The Wilderpeople - 8/10. I love Taika Waittiti. A gem of a film.

 

The Shallows - 6.5/10. Blake Lively is immense, and I thought this was a decent little flick.

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Suicide Squad, I'm almost cedrtain that I will die sooner after watching this because of the massive depressing mess it was,I mean I don't even know where to start. I didn't watch it all, there was no point, had no idea what the plot was, Harley Quinn and her one liners were as funny as a major stroke, The Joker was awful, I cringed every time they showed a mobile that he'd text, a psychotic lunatic sending texts 'b there soon xx' yeah ok. Will smith was ok, there was a spanish dude who died after 5 minutes but that was ok because nobody knew who he was or why he was there. i FUCKING HATE THIS FILM, HATE IT 0/10.

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The girl on the train. Bird's film and felt a bit ITV.

What a mess of a film and the resetting of the film to New York was just plain wrong. And Emily Blunt was wrong. I'll leave it at that

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The Witch - Film about a family of puritans who leave their plantation to set up their own farm near the woods in part of New England and are menaced by a witch. It's loosely a horror film but I didn't find it scary (and I'm rubbish with horror) but it was very atmospheric with the lighting and dialogue very evocative of the period in which it's set. I'm sure lots could be read into the subtext of the film, as paranoia and insanity grips the family, but it was interesting to watch and well made. 7 out of 10.

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople - 6.5/10

 

Enjoyable, southern hemisphere, family kind of film. Sam Neil and some previously unknowns in a tale of one boys adventure to find a family to want him. 

 

Good and funny parts, some quite plain, though an enjoyable film none the less. 

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Predator is on some freeview channel right now. Still 10/10, even if you can see Carl Weather's arm behind his back.

 

"If it bleeds, we can kill it."

 

Fucking eighties awesomeness!

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The Witch - Film about a family of puritans who leave their plantation to set up their own farm near the woods in part of New England and are menaced by a witch. It's loosely a horror film but I didn't find it scary (and I'm rubbish with horror) but it was very atmospheric with the lighting and dialogue very evocative of the period in which it's set. I'm sure lots could be read into the subtext of the film, as paranoia and insanity grips the family, but it was interesting to watch and well made. 7 out of 10.

 

I enoyed that, thought the goat was great.

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Magnificent Seven (2016). 5/10.

 

Would have been a watchable but thoroughly average western in its own right. But the weight of history the title attaches to it is an anchor that drags it down as it's destined for unfavourable comparison.

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Magnificent Seven (2016). 5/10.

 

Would have been a watchable but thoroughly average western in its own right. But the weight of history the title attaches to it is an anchor that drags it down as it's destined for unfavourable comparison.

Having not seen the original, I'd give it a 7/10. Very watchable with some good action scenes.

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Hunt for the Wilderpeople - 6.5/10

 

Enjoyable, southern hemisphere, family kind of film. Sam Neil and some previously unknowns in a tale of one boys adventure to find a family to want him. 

 

Good and funny parts, some quite plain, though an enjoyable film none the less. 

 

Agree with this, almost. I'd give it a 7/10. Quite funny in parts, charming and entertaining enough. A little flat at times and it probably suffered from being overhyped IMO.

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