Last Film You Saw

Lovebitesandeveryfing

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That film is quite simply stunning.

Haven't seen the film (I shall now make it my business to watch it) but try anything by J.G. Ballard (including this one). One of the unsung national treasures of English fiction these last seventy years or so. Neglected, I suspect, because he was pigeonholed as science fiction. Whereas he's way, way beyond that. Although you could start with “Thirteen to Centaurus” — it'll take about twenty minutes to read, at the outside — which I suppose could loosely be classed as science fiction.
 

Boo or Boo-urns

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To Live and Die in LA

It’s worth watching for the car chase scenes alone.
William Friedkin managing another car chase worthy of his iconic car chase in The French Connection (1974)
 

City_Sean

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Snyders Justice League. Long and lacking any real narrative or even good effects. DC are so far behind Marvel in terms of how to tell a story and also how to present one. Gal Gadot is terrible.

4/10.
 

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Snyders Justice League. Long and lacking any real narrative or even good effects. DC are so far behind Marvel in terms of how to tell a story and also how to present one. Gal Gadot is terrible.

4/10.
Very harsh that.

Clearly not your cup of tea.....but ive not heard anyone else rate it so low.
 

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