Last Film You Saw

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by FantasyIreland, 23 Mar 2014.

  1. EL APACHE TEVEZ

    EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    Finally got round to seeing it,thought it was fucking brilliant.
     
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  2. taleofbluehalves

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    Remember starting a very old Christopher Plummer 7-10. Good ending.
     
  3. BimboBob

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    Anyone here like the Human League?
    There's the spoiler...
     
  4. City_Sean

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    Captain America The First Avenger - Love this film. 9/10.
     
  5. greasedupdeafguy

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    Upstream color - 7.5/10

    By the guy who did primer and like that film no one will know what the fuck is going on until you watch it two or three more times. Beautifully filmed and very different
     
  6. pizzaman

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    Baby driver, enjoyed it. Great soundtrack, 8/10
     
  7. BOMBER7967

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    War for the Planet of the Apes - Brilliant and completed this part of the story in real style....with good links to the 70's films, 9/10 (I would have given it 10/10 but I thought the ending was a bit "biblical", Ceasar leading the apes to the promised land).
     
  8. citizenyank76

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    Spirited Away - Brilliant and unique.

    The Raid 2: Redeption - The first one is a classic. This was basically a snuff flick. Turned it off.
     
  9. Bigga

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    I heard a lot of bad reviews of this and, actually, I laughed at quite a lot of it! Maybe it was the goofiness of it and some really obvious pathways to jokes but it was enjoyable for me. Better than the first in many ways.

    What irked me, a little, was some of the really human based conversations and jokes and then the team not getting certain references. Seemed to clash a bit. Then, after thinking about it, I actually realised that's how the comics worked. And if I was alright with it in that world, why not when it's transposed into the film world?

    I accepted it, after that!

    I can't wait for 'Adam Warlock' to enter the fray!
     
  10. jimharri

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    Even though some of the reviews haven't been brilliant, and the opening box office takings were poor, "The Dark Tower" looks like it might be worth investing a few shillings in a trip to the local cinema to see, having watched a trailer for it just now;
     

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