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Re: Films

Post by Dean » Sat Aug 18, 2018 1:19 am

Watched a few lately...

Rampage, Skyscraper and Jumanji all star The Rock. All very similar, jumanji has a few laughs though.

Tag... comedy... meh... had a few chuckles. Wouldn’t recommend.

Deadpool 2. Super hero nonsense, not as good as the first one but worth a watch

Upgrade... won’t go into details but very very good... well worth a watch

Re: Films

Post by Nucks » Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:58 am

Inferno, another in Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon wild goose chase series.

It was ok, I love seeing the museums and historical places, this one filmed mainly in Florence, Venice, and Istanbul.

Main premise is Langdon must find the hiding place of a deadly virus that if released could wipe out half the earth’s population. The clues reference Dante, hence the title.

What I found to be somewhat funny and of course convenient, was whenever Langdon and his mate had to blend in and hide, there were swarms of people (as you might expect in popular tourist places), but when they needed quiet and privacy to discover and interpret clues, it was suddenly abandoned. :gigglesnshit:

6/10. It follows the old formula of the previous films (Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons), so nothing new there, but it’s fast-paced and very watchable.

Re: Films

Post by Punk » Wed Jul 18, 2018 8:49 am

Incredibles 2

WOW, FUCKING WOW.

Re: Films

Post by McAz » Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:28 pm

Stooo wrote:I'm not much of a gamer but I do like to play Uncharted from time to time.

This looks brilliant!


I've played 3 Uncharted games (only finished one though) - if the film is as good as the games we're in for a treat.

Re: Films

Post by Stooo » Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:19 pm

I'm not much of a gamer but I do like to play Uncharted from time to time.

This looks brilliant!

Re: Films

Post by Ray of Sunshine » Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:46 pm

Can't believe it's been 14 years since The Incredibles came out.

Re: Films

Post by Rockstar » Sun Jul 08, 2018 3:37 am

saw Only the Brave on Amazon Prime...What a class act..I didn't know anything about it or the true events it was showcasing..The end was heart wrenching so much that I cried a couple of tears...Highly recommend for the visuals and gripping characters.

Re: Films

Post by Dimples » Fri May 25, 2018 2:49 pm

Helena wrote:Is Frankly around on here? Im nearly sure it was her who recommended "Spirloos" to me.

I watched it a few weeks ago and thought it was excellent. Feeling of dread throughout. :wubbers:

We are watching old classics every week - last one was "the Woman in the Window" - Edward G Robinson.

Watched "Mildred Pierce" - Joan Crawford before that, she won an Oscar for it......both were excellent.

My daughter wont watch a black and white film which I think is a shame - some of them hold up better than the stuff released today.


Yes they do... and furthermore, you can usually make out all of the dialogue too. :thumbsup:

Re: Films

Post by Helena » Fri May 25, 2018 2:21 pm

Is Frankly around on here? Im nearly sure it was her who recommended "Spirloos" to me.

I watched it a few weeks ago and thought it was excellent. Feeling of dread throughout. :wubbers:

We are watching old classics every week - last one was "the Woman in the Window" - Edward G Robinson.

Watched "Mildred Pierce" - Joan Crawford before that, she won an Oscar for it......both were excellent.

My daughter wont watch a black and white film which I think is a shame - some of them hold up better than the stuff released today.

Re: Films

Post by Keyser » Mon May 21, 2018 11:56 pm

This was so beautiful - it just was.

Re: Films

Post by mavis cruet » Mon May 21, 2018 2:33 pm

ANON.. Netflix Film . Worth a watch 6.5/10

This film could have been excellent it had so many avenues/realities to go down.The concept is brilliant!. Better male lead than Clive Owen would not have gone amiss either. I would hate to live in a world like the one depicted in the film.

Re: Films

Post by Keyser » Mon May 21, 2018 4:05 am

A beautiful film and so far ahead of it's time - sadly no one gave/does give a a fuck and it is much too late to save things now.

Re: Films

Post by Keyser » Thu May 17, 2018 10:00 pm

It's such a shame Spacey turned out to be a perv.

I challenge anyone to match the number of classic films he starred in such a short space of time.

The Usual Suspects, Se7en, LA Confidential, American Beauty, K-Pax etc, etc.

Re: Films

Post by mavis cruet » Wed May 16, 2018 1:46 pm

Watched Deep blue Sea 2 the other day, so bad it was funny :smilin:

also watched black Panther, don't get all the fussy really. give it a 6/10

Oh, and then yesterday watched Zombiology, not sure what to make of it really, or even how to describe it! Strange but good, chinese with subtitles, bit of anime and a little lesson. Give it 7/10 it was 'fun'.

Re: Films

Post by Nucks » Tue May 15, 2018 6:27 pm

Keyser wrote:
Nucks wrote:Jeepers Creepers 3 on Netflix. :gigglesnshit: More stupid than scary. And of course set up for s sequel. :hand: 4/10 would be generous.


The original was good - but like so many horrors the sequels were a case of swiftly diminishing returns (Halloween, Nightmare On Elm Street, Saw etc etc).


JC2 was actually a pretty good sequel, genuinely ‘creepy’.

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