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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:01 pm
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Interesting. Sorry, I forgot what "what" was.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:59 am
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The Ghan. Just saved myself the cost of an expensive train ticket through (and to) nowhere.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:16 am
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David wrote:
mandy wrote:
I couldn't work out if it was meant to be a lovely coming of age love story, or an inappropriate relationship.


If it helps, in the book their ages are 17 and 24


That definitely changes my perspective. Odd they chose a 31 year old actor to play Oliver.

Watched The Shape Of Water last night. Strange movie that I expected to forward though most of but actually found myself invested all the way through. Wasn't bad. 7/10

Also watched The Disaster Artist. This one was brilliant! That Tommy Wiseau sure is a weird unit and James Franco nailed it. 9/10

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:47 pm
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Was Star Wars always this dumb? I know one can’t go into it expecting it to be intellectually engaging, and one has to suspend disbelief a bit, but it really strained plausibility at times. Adam Driver’s character was at least interesting. But I was mostly pretty bored, to be honest.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:17 pm
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I watched "Darkest Hour", if you are into Politics and WWII History you will enjoy this as I did.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:55 pm
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I watched "Darkest Hour", if you are into Politics and WWII History you will enjoy this as I did.


If you like that kind of thing watch bridge of spies, with Tom Hanks.

This one sounds like hubbies thing, ta, I’m angling for extra holiday stuff, always good to have some nice bait! Cheers!

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:02 pm
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David wrote:
Was Star Wars always this dumb? I know one can’t go into it expecting it to be intellectually engaging, and one has to suspend disbelief a bit, but it really strained plausibility at times. Adam Driver’s character was at least interesting. But I was mostly pretty bored, to be honest.


Were you troubled or confused by the (in)famous 10 seconds of artistic silence? Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:33 pm
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Laughing No, more by Mark Hamill’s beard!
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Luke grows a beard? No more spoilers, please! A friend once tried to tell me some alleged plot twist involving Luke & Darth Vader, but I covered my ears and told her to shut up.
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Hahaha. I have clearly said too much!
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think positive wrote:
Culprit wrote:
I watched "Darkest Hour", if you are into Politics and WWII History you will enjoy this as I did.


If you like that kind of thing watch bridge of spies, with Tom Hanks.

This one sounds like hubbies thing, ta, I’m angling for extra holiday stuff, always good to have some nice bait! Cheers!
Bridge of Spies is a great Movie Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:46 am
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Thor: Ragnarok, what can I say? Plenty of one liners and action. 5/10
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David wrote:
Was Star Wars always this dumb? I know one can’t go into it expecting it to be intellectually engaging, and one has to suspend disbelief a bit, but it really strained plausibility at times. Adam Driver’s character was at least interesting. But I was mostly pretty bored, to be honest.


Have you seen the others or just the latest one? Because it's the worst one by a long shot.

Original Trilogy (IV - VI) > Force Awakens > Prequels (I - III) > > > Last Jedi

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I watched "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri".
Great movie and one of the best I have seen in a long time. Not what I expected.


Was hoping for the movie to go on for another 15 minutes, so we could get some closure; as it was left somewhat open ended.

I could really relate to the frustration of the victims's mother, with the perceived lack of progress by local police in the solving of her daughters murder.
Many poignant scenes involving lack of communication between all parties, jumping to conclusions, and second-guessing each other, none of which end well for the characters.

Woody and Rockwell were simply magnificent as the police officers, and are BOTH AA nominated for best supporting actor; when was the last time that happened?!

Frances surely will win AA best actress? I might riot if she doesn't....

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Wokko wrote:
David wrote:
Was Star Wars always this dumb? I know one can’t go into it expecting it to be intellectually engaging, and one has to suspend disbelief a bit, but it really strained plausibility at times. Adam Driver’s character was at least interesting. But I was mostly pretty bored, to be honest.


Have you seen the others or just the latest one? Because it's the worst one by a long shot.

Original Trilogy (IV - VI) > Force Awakens > Prequels (I - III) > > > Last Jedi


I’ve seen all of them except for The Force Awakens. The prequels were pretty average. I never loved the original trilogy, but I always kind of thought they were at least fun (especially the first two). Wondering though if they’d leave me as cold as The Last Jedi if I watched them again now – I can’t say that I necessarily thought the new one was actually any worse than, say, A New Hope – that is, I can’t recall anything specifically good about the film that the new one failed at.

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