Last Film You Saw

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

  1. Machiavelli

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    X Factor.
     
  2. Machiavelli

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    I’m going to finish watching the last half an hour. I obviously know what happens at the end. ;)
     
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    Just googled him. I thought he might be an actor. Looks like a twat.
     
  4. Machiavelli

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    I clocked his familiar face and looked up the cast online, saw his name and that pretty much ruined an already poor (so far) film.
    Fuck all has happened and it’s nearly fin.
     
  5. 80s Shorts

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    Guardians OTG 2. What a crock of shite. 1st one I enjoyed. 2nd one is awful.
     
  6. Machiavelli

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    Tom Hardy in a face mask as well. This is the second time Nolan has done this (Hardy played the masked villain Bane in Nolan’s last Batman film), Hardy is the quietest speaking actor ever and the director puts a mask on him making it really difficult to catch what he’s saying.
     
  7. Vic

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    Oddly this gem isn't showing anywhere in the north west. It's lovely stuff - funniest film of the year. Lost in Paris: Wes Anderson meets Jacques Tati.
     
  8. mac

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    Just watched Bullit. With Steve McQueen. Top film.
     
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    Dunkirk. What a film. Even watching it back for the second time it completely holds you in suspense. Zimmer with another brilliant score.
     
  10. Machiavelli

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    Jeez. I thought it was complete shite, literally nothing happened. The worst war film I’ve ever watched. No real cinematic scenes and hardly any dialogue, it didn’t even look good.
    4/10.
     

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