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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Like them also. Tombstone is my favourite of the modern westerns. val Kilmers performance was epic.
    I love Tombstone, but I think my favourite modern western is probably 3:10 To Yuma


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    Caught Jean-FranÁois Richet's "Plane" over the weekend. Well decent action flick worth 1 hour 40 minutes of anyones time. Butler and Colter are good in the leads, the story pulls you along and the action keeps you entertained, violent but not too graphic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Like them also. Tombstone is my favourite of the modern westerns. val Kilmers performance was epic.
    Val Kilmer in that film is my favourite acting performance in any film, tremendous

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    Like them also. Tombstone is my favourite of the modern westerns. val Kilmers performance was epic.
    Agreed - so cool.

    As is Russell Crowe as Ben Wade in the 3:10 mentioned above, albeit I donít rate the film as highly as tombstone.

    Actually watched the original 3:10 to Yuma with Gary Cooper last year (or year before.. the corona years all merge for me)

    On another note the Magnificent Seven modern remake is my least favourite of the Ďnewerí westerns.

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    Saw Cocaine Bear at the weekend.

    Have to admit I was disappointed - it just wasn't as funny as it could have been. Maybe needed like a Seth Rogen type as the cast just didn't quite deliver IMO. Apart from Isaiah Whitlock and Ray Liotta who were brilliant as ever.

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    Watched the Magnificent Seven last night, it was superb.

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    Watched the Magnificent Seven last night, it was superb.
    I bet that one is your favourite . .
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    Been reading abit of this film that was shot in the south west of Donegal , one I'd watch as Liam Neeson would be one of my favourite actors.
    https://www.donegaldaily.com/2023/09...orld-premiere/

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    Not a review but thought it was the most appropriate thread, been looking to watch The Basketball Diaries from the 90ís but canít find it on any of the regular streaming sites. Does anyone know where I might be able to watch this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stairway 2 7 View Post
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    Maltese falcon is great.

    Top 3 noir would be The Third Man, 12 Angry Men and Sunset Boulevard

    All amazing films
    Maltese Falcon. Superb. Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre are classic crooks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyser Sauzee View Post
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    Not a review but thought it was the most appropriate thread, been looking to watch The Basketball Diaries from the 90’s but can’t find it on any of the regular streaming sites. Does anyone know where I might be able to watch this?
    https://fsharetv.io/watch/the-basket...de-1-tt0112461

    Can't see on usual services but a Stream here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stairway 2 7 View Post
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    https://fsharetv.io/watch/the-basket...de-1-tt0112461

    Can't see on usual services but a Stream here
    Superb mate cheers

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    https://fsharetv.io/watch/the-basket...de-1-tt0112461

    Can't see on usual services but a Stream here
    Used this to watch life of Brian last night - nice one S27 👍

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    Watched "Dragged Across Concrete" yesterday on Amazon Prime. Thought it was quite good, albeit long (2h:38m) and a bit gory in parts. Dare I say it seemed like a Shakespearian tragedy? It's fair to say user reviews are divided. It seems to be a film you either love or hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Used this to watch life of Brian last night - nice one S27 👍
    Was it any good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Was it any good?
    It was good enough for Jehova.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
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    It was good enough for Jehova.

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    Was it any good?
    Well, at first.

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    It was good enough for Jehova.
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    Wild Rose.

    Not bad.

    Not bad at all.

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    Went to see Killers Of The Flower Moon last night. Really enjoyed it, though at about 3 1/2 hours was about 45 mins too long and it dragged on a bit. Not sure Iíd watch it again but would definitely recommend.

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    Went to see SUMOTHERHOOD for something to do yesterday - Its the worst film I've ever seen. Pure crap, don't waste your time or money on this..
    I thought it was part of the Hood movies but no it's just absolute rubbish..

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    Quote Originally Posted by c31 View Post
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    Went to see SUMOTHERHOOD for something to do yesterday - Its the worst film I've ever seen. Pure crap, don't waste your time or money on this..
    I thought it was part of the Hood movies but no it's just absolute rubbish..
    Just looked it up. Ed Sheeran and Jeremy Corbyn are in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Went to see Killers Of The Flower Moon last night. Really enjoyed it, though at about 3 1/2 hours was about 45 mins too long and it dragged on a bit. Not sure Iíd watch it again but would definitely recommend.
    Thanks for that, going this week and was looking forward to it 😀.
    Having said that I wasnít keen on watching Oppenheimer but the wife wanted to go and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubbsy90+2 View Post
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    Just looked it up. Ed Sheeran and Jeremy Corbyn are in it
    Yeah Ed Sheeran ****s in a garden and Jeremy Corbyn is just his weird self for about 1 minute screen time each.

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    Went to see Killers Of The Flower Moon last night. Really enjoyed it, though at about 3 1/2 hours was about 45 mins too long and it dragged on a bit. Not sure Iíd watch it again but would definitely recommend.
    The lineup certainly promises quality!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubbsy90+2 View Post
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    Just looked it up. Ed Sheeran and Jeremy Corbyn are in it
    In that case c31 got all he deserved going to see it 😂

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    Watched The French Connection, thought I had seen it before but donít think Iíd seen it all the way through. Really good.

    Although, what was the point of the gunshot off screen at the very end? I know itís a true story so the characters had pre-determined outcomes, which they advised in the end credits of what happened next. Does that not render the fade to black gun shot pointless? Either leave it in and donít say what happened next for everyone, leaving it ambiguous. Or donít have the gun shot as the what happened next text removes all ambiguity.

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    Watched five nights at Freddy's. Not good at all. When I started watching it it felt familiar and cottoned it reminded me of Willy's wonderland which is a couple of years old. Turns out it's based on five nights at Freddy's

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    Watched The French Connection, thought I had seen it before but donít think Iíd seen it all the way through. Really good.

    Although, what was the point of the gunshot off screen at the very end? I know itís a true story so the characters had pre-determined outcomes, which they advised in the end credits of what happened next. Does that not render the fade to black gun shot pointless? Either leave it in and donít say what happened next for everyone, leaving it ambiguous. Or donít have the gun shot as the what happened next text removes all ambiguity.
    Watched it not that long ago as well. Great film .

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