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RedKnight last won the day on August 31 2014

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  1. RedKnight

    Rate the last film you watched...

    Ready Player One - Adaptation of the book of the same name and I had the same level of frustration with the film that I did with the book but for different reasons. I think it was just too meta to have Spielberg direct this when the book is very often in thrall to his movies and given how much of the film was CGI I'm not sure how much he even directed. Everything felt to weightless, rushed, under-explained, goofy and clichéd. Spotting some of the pop culture characters and references was fun but I felt it traded way too heavily on nostalgia, just like the book. At least the author (screenwriter here too) had the good grace to drop the whole "The puzzle was a scene from Film X, luckily I'd just watched Film X 200 times a week ago" shtick that ruins the book so badly. Also, Mark Rylance doesn't have to be in everything you do, Steven. 4 out of 10.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Beast - British film set on Jersey that's difficult to categorize (though Wikipedia says it's a psychological thriller) about a troubled girl who starts a relationship with a man who may, or may not, be a killer. It's a subtle film for large portions but it does become more obvious as it reaches its conclusion. Strong central performance from Jessie Buckley who straddles the line between emotionally repressed good girl and angry bad girl well. 8 out of 10
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Hostiles - Christian Bale escorts Wes Studi's dying Cheyenne chief back to his ancestral lands whilst avoiding Comanche attacks and other perils along the way. Beautifully shot, slightly clichéd and well acted by Bale and Studi. Not groundbreaking but well told and worth your time. 7.5 out of 10
  4. RedKnight

    Sky, Virgin Broadband etc

    £94 for all HD channels, phone and internet with Sky.
  5. RedKnight

    The Ailment thread

    I've never had such a bad run of illness as I have for the last 5 months. So desperate that I've been down the health shop for herbal remedies.
  6. RedKnight

    The Ailment thread

    Hot honey and lemon is better than cough medicine which is, as you say, fucking useless. Come down with I think my 5th cold in as many months yesterday and it's battered me today. Think I've had a grand total of 3 well weeks in the 5 months. Starting to really get me down.
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    Adidas Trainers

    Well Adidas do own Reebok.
  8. RedKnight

    The Best A Man Can Be

    Clearly Hades has been rejected by numerous women and now feels the need to espouse such nonsense about them and become a huge misogynist.
  9. RedKnight

    The UKs Roughest Cities

    Haha yeah Stoke isn't a particular nice place either and the people are not the type of people that I would get on with due to the politics of the area. Again, that's lack of investment and education.
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    The Best A Man Can Be

    It's upset a lot of people who often call other people 'snowflakes' so that's quite fun.
  11. RedKnight

    The UKs Roughest Cities

    There are some pretty grotty places in the UK but these days I just feel that ragging on them is a bit Tory. Ebbw Vale, for example as I'm very familiar with the area, really is a rundown area with little to no investment, no jobs and it's grim; but that's the legacy of the loss of heavy industry and neglect by central government. There are no jobs there and it shows.
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    The UKs Roughest Cities

    Sounds like local bias to me. Aren't you from Leicester?
  13. RedKnight

    Rate the last film you watched...

    Stan and Ollie - Biopic of Laurel and Hardy's tour of Britain after their film careers had faded. Brilliant performances by Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly and the movie was infused with a sense of sadness alongside seeing some of the great comedy routines. Nothing fancy but a good story well told. 8 out of 10.
  14. Sex Education is a British comedy on Netflix about a couple of kids that set-up a sex therapy business at school. It's okay, quite funny and charming, but despite being set in modern day England it seems to have an '80s American vibe running through it and it can be quite jarring, especially in the school set scenes where it seems more like a US high school than a British school.
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    Board Games

    It's mad because another lad in my school had it and he had the Demon card too. The King is the 2nd best after the Demon, the Dragon can be had on magical power.