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David Libra

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 7:57 pm
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Was Star Wars always this dumb? I know one canít 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 Driverís 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


Iíve 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 theyíd leave me as cold as The Last Jedi if I watched them again now Ė I canít say that I necessarily thought the new one was actually any worse than, say, A New Hope Ė that is, I canít recall anything specifically good about the film that the new one failed at.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:32 pm
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Sometimes a just fun movie is all you need, itís nice to just zone out!
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David Libra

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 10:53 pm
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Thatís what I was hoping for! But I just found this one a bit too silly, and it kind of bored me in the end. I like to hope that there are still blockbuster movies I can enjoy (I liked some of the Harry Potter movies, for instance), but I think I need something a little more engaging than Star Wars
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TBH I canít remeber which is which, Iíve not seen the last one yet, as the one before didnít thrill me, I prefer the older ones. Killing Harrison Ford didnít thrill me!
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 4:00 am
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"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.
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Wokko Pisces

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Watching 'Fire Walk with Me', the Twin Peaks prequel before jumping into season 3. It's really quite good, not sure what pissed off audiences so much about it in the 90s except the lack of wrapping up loose ends from the TV show.
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I got through "Murder on the Orient Express" and not even with a plethora of quality actors could save this movie. Fell asleep at my first attempt. I am going to download the 70's version to try to erase the latest from my mind. Don't bother unless you wish to sleep. Razz
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Watched Thor Ragnarok the other night. Really enjoyed it, that Kiwi / Aussie sense of humour really comes through.

Loved the rock bloke with the high pitched Kiwi accent. Laughing

last night watched The Green Hornet. At moments I wanted to reach into the TV and strangle Seth Rogan with his own guts for what he'd done to the character, and other times i quite enjoyed it. Confused

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stui magpie wrote:
Watched Thor Ragnarok the other night. Really enjoyed it, that Kiwi / Aussie sense of humour really comes through.

Loved the rock bloke with the high pitched Kiwi accent. Laughing

last night watched The Green Hornet. At moments I wanted to reach into the TV and strangle Seth Rogan with his own guts for what he'd done to the character, and other times i quite enjoyed it. Confused

The best part at the cinema was watching the animated 3D hornets come out of the screen at the audience in the closing credits.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:14 am
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Watched the "Cloverfield Paradox", do yourself a favor and don't. You will never get that time back. .5/10

Last night sat down and watched "Only the Brave", a very good movie about US Firefighters called Hot Shots. True Story which culminates in the Yarnell Hill Fire in 2013. 8/10
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Watched the "Cloverfield Paradox", do yourself a favor and don't. You will never get that time back. .5/10

Last night sat down and watched "Only the Brave", a very good movie about US Firefighters called Hot Shots. True Story which culminates in the Yarnell Hill Fire in 2013. 8/10
only the brave is done so well
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"Darkest Hour" based on Winston Churchill and which is set in 1940.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:29 pm
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Saw Darkest Hour at the Rivoli.
Great performance by Gary Oldman in the lead. 8/10

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Blade Runner 2049, was just as slow as the original Blade Runner. It was OK and once Harrison Ford came into it the movie picked up and then it finished. Could have cut an hour out of it. It's watchable if you have nothing better to do.
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"Molly's Game" was excellent; Jessica Chastain is really floating my boat lately.
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