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  1. TCIB

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    Jumanji: The next level

    It is ok and they did what they could to help it being a clone of the first. The characters do a decent job of copying the mannerisms of the players. That said it got pretty tedious towards the end imo to the point it was a chore to watch the last half hour. Kids will love it but adults may have had their fill after an hour or so into it.
     
  2. squirtyflower

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    Is it as good as Apollo 11?
     
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    Mind Benders. This afternoon on TV. I only saw half an hour of it but it looked good. Dirk Bogarde film.
     
  4. willipp

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    The Prodigy. Im not a big fan of horrors like that but it did creep me out and contemplating putting both my kids up for adoption just in case. 6/10
     
  5. TCIB

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    Sonic

    Kids will enjoy it and why does Jim Carrey not age? Fucker looks like he just finished filming The Mask then went right onto this.

    Birds of Prey

    Felt tedious tbh. Paused it to go get food and never felt the urge to start watching again.
     
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    Dolittle.

    Not bad actually and quite funny in places. 7/10
     
  7. squirtyflower

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    The Kindergarten Teacher
    How someone can contravene so may safe guarding issues without anyone saying a dicky bird is beyond me
     
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    Farmageddon Shaun the Sheep, another great AArdman film
     
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    The Brian Cox one was funded by the Scottish Government (SNP) and, completely coincidently, ended up with the SNP supporting Cox portraying a British hero in the worst possible light.
     
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    Hostiles and Mark Felt.
    Watched them both today on Netflix. Both excellent films, in my opinion.
     

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