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  1. Free Ian Brown

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    Is it supposed to be believable?
     
  2. waspish

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    I know where you coming from regarding believable, all I know and read is people who have seen at the Cinema rated it highly maybe being in a cinema with lots of other people makes it more believable.
     
  3. davek1808

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    Fuck that I'd of been fucking livid if I'd paid to watch that.
     
  4. worsleyweb

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    I am not really into Aliens eating kids if they make a noise and making me jump. Especially on a Sunday night at 10.30. I was fuming! Wasted 1 hour 31 of my life!
     
  5. 80s Shorts

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    Witness for the Prosecution (1957).

    Just watched this on Kodi. Courtroom Drama with Marlene Dietrich based on the Agatha Christie play. Very enjoyable 8/10.
     
  6. Bigga

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    I started to watch it and it began to bother why it was so focused on the patsy. It was bugging where I'd seen this premise before.

    Then, it hit me.

    It was the cops and robbers version of "The Usual Suspects". I could see most of it coming.

    Average.

    Very.
     
  7. quiet_riot

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    Bigga: the film and TV version of a hipster!
     
  8. FantasyIreland

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  9. Bigga

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    Anyhoo...

    "You Were Never Really Here"
    ...

    Now, I do like a bit of Joaquin Phoenix, I think he's gotten better and better over time and very much see him as the antithesis of Daniel Day-Lewis; an actor that is intense rather than acting intensely. Both methods are riveting, yet Phoenix is more natural for me.

    Interesting/ questionable subject matter in this piece. Nice filmography, juxtopostion and symbolism and you feel the antagonist's plight throughout.

    Interesting film.
     
  10. Bigga

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    Ooohh...

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