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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 8:33 am
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We watched "Lady Bird" last night, enjoyable movie and we enjoyed it. 7/10
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Believe it or not "In the heat of the night". The only channel in english in the boonies near the Thai-Cambodia border. A bunch of interbred loonies running around with guns. Seems nothing has changed in 50 years and still won;t.
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"My Teacher's Wife" starring Tia Carrere.

I cant see it listed anywhere in 1995s Oscar nominations, must be some kind of mistake.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:14 am
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I started to watch Annihilation last night, gave it ten minutes and then flicked it. I will add There is a good reason why Netflix movies should not win awards as they are just shit.
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The new tomb raider. Not bad. Totally different to the Angelina ones, which I love. The actress in it is awesome. Her dad is the dude from the series, The Affair, which I accidentally started watching one night, very strange show, bu5 the first 2 seasons weren’t bad before it went south
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:25 am
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12 Strong. True Story and very pro US. Good viewing with some great action sequences.
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Culprit wrote:
"The Shape of Water". It reminds me of beauty and the beast and the movie starts off with a woman masturbating to an egg timer and from the point I was wondering what was going on. The movie is well done and reminds me of the old 60's horror movies. Interesting Movie with some great acting. 6.5 out of 10.

"The Post", Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep are outstanding. This is a great movie about the first amendment and President Nixon trying to shutdown revelations about the Vietnam War and keeping the people in the dark. We really enjoyed it. 8 out of 10.


Hubby picked the Post tonight. $£$%^%%$ tie me to it and shoot me! Hubby enjoyed it too, for once I fell asleep, not him. I was bored shitless! But then I got up at 5am 2 days running, instead of about 6.30-7, ugh.

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I'm trying to watch a few more classic Hollywood films, so I checked out the 1951 Vincente Minnelli musical An American in Paris. I liked aspects of it, but thought the central romance between Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron was pretty underwhelming (whereas the film's only genuinely interesting character, played by Nina Foch, effectively gets sidelined). The film's lengthy climactic musical dream sequence, set against artificial Parisian backdrops, is kind of cool and probably what it's most famous for – and there are a few interesting (almost surrealistic) flourishes like that throughout the film – but ultimately everything just feels a bit all over the place, and the net effect is a film that isn't quite as charming as it's seemingly intended to be.
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David wrote:
I'm trying to watch a few more classic Hollywood films, so I checked out the 1951 Vincente Minnelli musical An American in Paris. I liked aspects of it, but thought the central romance between Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron was pretty underwhelming (whereas the film's only genuinely interesting character, played by Nina Foch, effectively gets sidelined). The film's lengthy climactic musical dream sequence, set against artificial Parisian backdrops, is kind of cool and probably what it's most famous for – and there are a few interesting (almost surrealistic) flourishes like that throughout the film – but ultimately everything just feels a bit all over the place, and the net effect is a film that isn't quite as charming as it's seemingly intended to be.
interesting, what else have you watched?

My favourite oldie is rear window, and the old westerns, true grit, etc, the old one!

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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 11:39 pm
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Not a lot so far! I saw The Palm Beach Story and the early Katharine Hepburn film Christopher Strong last year and thought they were ok. Some I’m keen to check out are Sunset Boulevard and Hitchcock’s Rope.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 6:52 am
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Have you seen rear window?
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 9:35 am
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Yes, but many years ago! It's probably my favourite Hitchcock film.
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David wrote:
Yes, but many years ago! It's probably my favourite Hitchcock film.

Shocked we like the same something in a criteria the best!!

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If you are a gamer, "Ready Player One", excellent movie. 9/10 If your not a gamer then don't bother.

Swinging Safari if you want a movie that takes the piss out of mid 70's Australia. 5/10

Black Panther, rated really well but all it is about is a Black Superhero so Blacks don't feel left out I guess. 5/10
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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 10:05 pm
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Black Panther, rated really well but all it is about is a Black Superhero so Blacks don't feel left out I guess. 5/10


Black Panther was always a bit-player in the Marvel comics universe, but even back in the 70s it was a good gesture by Marvel to introduce a Black Superhero as to not alienate market-share comicbook fans.

The fact that Disney have spent big $$$ on his own feature was a huge gamble but I hope it found it's target audience. It's worth a look if you are a fan of the Marvel movies, if not, you'd be like WTF is going on here...

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