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  1. mars

    Rate the last film you watched...

    John Wick 3 Not as good as one and two, though the first 20 mins are amazing. The fights at the end became repetitive and the desert bit was just dumb. 7/10
  2. Most of those already mentioned. Robinson Crusoe and White Horses intros definitely nostalgia overload. Also (if not already mentioned) Paddington Marine Boy UFO Pipkins Pogles Wood Banana Splits Animal Magic Tomorrow People Any Looney Tunes cartoon Shaun the Sheep
  3. Firefly Buffy the Vampire Slayer Stargate The Expanse I Claudius Father Ted Fringe Black Adder The Bridge Elizabeth 1 (Helen Mirren TV drama)
  4. mars

    Drums, drumming and songs with drums

    Some krautrock motorik.
  5. mars

    Top 10 films you haven't seen

    Platoon Gladiator Raging Bull Exorcist Deer Hunter Taxi Driver 8 1⁄2 If I'll probably get round to watching some of these (not Gladiator though - tried three times now and I just lose interest about half way through).
  6. mars

    Danny Baker's..

    Look who's talking.
  7. In no particular order: The Seventh Seal Spirited Away Once upon a time in the West The Matrix The Third Man Zatoichi Forbidden Planet The Maltese Falcon North by Northwest Miller's Crossing
  8. mars

    Danny Baker's..

    Isn't Baker being sacked for his lack of judgement? The BBC cannot be certain that this was an honest mistake so I can understand why they did what they did. Whatever reason Baker gives, he failed to see how inappropriate the image was. And isn't it a positive that lots of people were offended? Suggests to me that today more people have a better awareness of what might offend others. Does that make me a snowflake?
  9. I left the cinema thinking it was a 9 out of 10 - a great film. Have just watched Kevin Smith's review/recap of it and I'd now say it is a 10. Smith makes the point that we are unlikely to ever see such a cinematic event again, the culmination of 21 other films. His review also made me realise how much fan service there was in Endgame - granted that if you haven't followed all the films then there isn't that amazing payoff. The part where the massive battleship guns stop firing at ground targets and start aiming at something incoming on the horizon, and then Captain Marvel flies in and trashes Thanos's ship - wow, loved it.
  10. Some foreign films: Run, Lola, Run The Hairdresser's Husband Ashes of Time Redux Kikujiro
  11. mars

    Rate the last film you watched...

    Agree - great to see something original.
  12. mars

    Donald Trump

    He might be a psychopath. The twenty traits on the Hare Psychopathy checklist are: pathological lying glib and superficial charm grandiose sense of self need for stimulation cunning and manipulative lack of remorse or guilt shallow emotional response callousness and lack of empathy parasitic lifestyle poor behavioral controls sexual promiscuity early behavior problems lack of realistic long-term goals impulsivity irresponsibility failure to accept responsibility many short-term marital relationships juvenile delinquency revocation of conditional release