Last Film You Saw

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  1. jimharri

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    Not sure the scientific accuracy (or lack of) is vital here. It's not a documentary, it's a Hollywood film, a bit of harmless escapism.

    Not having a pop at you, by the way!
     
  2. RightTurnClyde

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    Good film, really enjoyed Hereditary. Midsommar on the other hand, thought it was shite.
     
  3. Banshee

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    Cadillac Records...the "story" of Chess Records. Although I hear it's factually a mess there is some fabulous music throughout.
     

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  4. Mayor West

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    Fair enough, I like midsommar more than hereditary.
     
  5. Mancity1980

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    I think it sells science, lines like “let’s science the shit out of this” suggest that. When you do that you should get the science right. There are many examples of bad and good science in films, but I agree that entertainment and escapism are more important.
     
  6. Dr Jacoby

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    If you like Stephen King, you’ll love In the Mouth of Madness.

    Prince of Darkness was a bit too nerdy for my liking but it does have some creepy scenes.

    Halloween is my favourite Carpenter film, with The Thing and The Fog making up my top three.
     
  7. chesterbells

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    Pantani on Sky Documentaries.
    Complex tale, with unwelcome cameo from Lance Armstrong.
     
  8. jimharri

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    Why can't all DJs look like Stevie Wayne?

     
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  9. Zin 'messiah' Zimmer

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    Listened to Neil Degrasse Tyson the other night, whether he was blowing his own trumpet because he was a consultant, I’m not sure, however, he provided the science for Ted (yes the Seth Mcfarlane film) and believes it to be the most accurate physics synopsis on film!
     
  10. Mancity1980

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    Is this what he was on about?
    Neil deGrasse Tyson
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    Just saw Ted.
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    cared enough to get the night sky over Boston correct. The rest of the movie must also be real.
     

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