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    Donít look upÖ I thought it was a decent watch but a little bit too long.

    Watch to the very very very end of the credits


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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    I thought the whole film was just bizarre.
    I was the same didnít know what I was watching wasnít funny wasnít a good story justÖrubbish

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    Watched The Terminal on Netflix today, really good film. Tom Hanks is excellent in it and Iíd forgotten how good he was in a comedy role.
    I enjoyed the terminal too (watched it a couple of times years ago) Saying that, I donít think Iíve ever not liked a Tom Hanks film.

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    Watched the latest Bond movie on Boxing Day, really donít get the hype and great reviews it gets, wasnít overly impressed at all.
    Spectre was on tv last night. Quite enjoyed it given Iíve not expressed much love for Ďnew bondsí and Daniel Craig as the main man (it might be almost entirely quantum of solace to blame for that!).

    Still.. give me Roger Moore running about Thailand any day before this modern carry on.

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    Watched Vanilla Sky last night and thought it was brilliant right up until the end, left me a little disappointed. Tom Cruise is excellent in it.

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    Watching World War Z on film4 great film one of the best zombie films.

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    Get Carter

    Watched this again last night such a grim but superb movie not your usual glamorous gangster movie.

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    The Gentleman.
    Matthew McConaughey is excellent. Hugh Grant in a very different role. Watched it tonight. Liked a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I am Groot View Post
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    The Gentleman.
    Matthew McConaughey is excellent. Hugh Grant in a very different role. Watched it tonight. Liked a lot.
    Seen a trailer at the cinema for another Guy Ritchie movie, "Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre", and Hugh Grant is in it also and from the trailer I thought he was playing the exact same character (Fletcher), turns out it's not, completely different part so either Grant has became one dimensional in his character portrayal or Ritchie has got lazy with his casting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy_gonzales View Post
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    Seen a trailer at the cinema for another Guy Ritchie movie, "Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre", and Hugh Grant is in it also and from the trailer I thought he was playing the exact same character (Fletcher), turns out it's not, completely different part so either Grant has became one dimensional in his character portrayal or Ritchie has got lazy with his casting.
    To be fair Grant has gone from a one dimensional character actor to two. Doubled his portfolio.

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    Donít Look Up.
    Very important satire.

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    Get Carter

    Watched this again last night such a grim but superb movie not your usual glamorous gangster movie.
    Love it. Bleak.

    Haven't watched it in years but watch the scene between Caine and Ian Hendry - pissholes in the snow - on YouTube every now and again.

    "I see you've still got your sense of humour Jack".

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyDave View Post
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    Donít look upÖ I thought it was a decent watch but a little bit too long.

    Watch to the very very very end of the credits
    Aw ffs . I hate when that happens.
    I didnt 😩

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    Quote Originally Posted by I am Groot View Post
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    The Gentleman.
    Matthew McConaughey is excellent. Hugh Grant in a very different role. Watched it tonight. Liked a lot.
    Loved it. Charlie Hunnam also excellent.

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    Only The Animals.

    Quirky French whodunnit on Netflix.

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    Get Carter

    Watched this again last night such a grim but superb movie not your usual glamorous gangster movie.
    Good film - and one of those that is constantly on tv if you have sky!

    Watched the Joker for the first time this week. I thought it was decent and Mrs Russell thought it was awfy good!

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    Went to see Uncharted. Iím a big fan of the games and was sceptical going in based on most computer game adaptations. Thought it was really good though and well done. Works as a film in its own right and also enough nods to the game for the fans. Tom Holland & Mark Wallberg were good together.

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    Suspicion (1941)
    Watched it for, I think, the first time recently (always a chance I'd seen it before on a wet afternoon when I was taking a sickie from school back in the day). Classic Hitchcock psychological meddlings, great performances from an unlikable Cary Grant and a wonderful Joan Fontaine, with a touch of humour from Nigel Bruce (Watson to Basil Rathbone's Holmes), steadily increasing tension and paranoia until a cop-out ending. Brilliant, until the last 5 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G15 Hibs View Post
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    Suspicion (1941)
    Watched it for, I think, the first time recently (always a chance I'd seen it before on a wet afternoon when I was taking a sickie from school back in the day). Classic Hitchcock psychological meddlings, great performances from an unlikable Cary Grant and a wonderful Joan Fontaine, with a touch of humour from Nigel Bruce (Watson to Basil Rathbone's Holmes), steadily increasing tension and paranoia until a cop-out ending. Brilliant, until the last 5 minutes.
    One of the greats, and the best Film Noir. Probably in my top 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    One of the greats, and the best Film Noir. Probably in my top 10.
    My favourite Film Noir is probably Out of the Past (a.k.a. Build My Gallows High). Anything with Mitchum, really. I need to watch it again, haven't seen it in years.

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    Jackass Forever.


    Great nostalgic fun took me back to my 20s donít know how they can take the pain at their age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by G15 Hibs View Post
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    My favourite Film Noir is probably Out of the Past (a.k.a. Build My Gallows High). Anything with Mitchum, really. I need to watch it again, haven't seen it in years.
    I actually have that as part of a 7 dvd film noir box set, and Iím now unlikely to watch it as I donít own a DVD player anymore! Iíd imagine itís on a platform somewhere, Iíll give it a bash.

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    Whoops Apocalypse. Topical.

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    I found ĎUncut gemsí featuring Adam sandier a really good watch having heard pretty much unanimous positive reviews.

    Very different to happy Gilmore and Billy Maddison 😁

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    Cyrano. Was dragged along by my partner and ten minutes in I expected to hate it but really enjoyed it.


    Do you think your security can keep you in purity, you will not shake us off above or below. Scottish friction, Scottish fiction

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    The Batman - very long , very dark ,very voice-overy. Reminded me of the Crow more than Nolan's Dark Knight films.

    Felt a bit repetitive and a bit too much style over substance. Imagine comic book fans would love it more than your typical movie goer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    I found ĎUncut gemsí featuring Adam sandier a really good watch having heard pretty much unanimous positive reviews.

    Very different to happy Gilmore and Billy Maddison 😁
    I quite enjoyed Uncut Gems. Must be one of the most chaotic movies Iíve ever seen though.

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    Watched the M Night Shyamalan film ďOldĒ a couple of days ago. A truly terrible film.

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    Watched “The Lucky Ones” on Prime last night, story of 3 US soldiers trying to get home on leave from Afghanistan. Doesn’t get the best of reviews but I found it a good watch and funny at times.
    Shades of Trains, Planes and Automobiles, has Tim Robbins in it, never realised what a big dude he is, the guy looks like a giant in this film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfiembra View Post
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    Watched ďThe Lucky OnesĒ on Prime last night, story of 3 US soldiers trying to get home on leave from Afghanistan. Doesnít get the best of reviews but I found it a good watch and funny at times.
    Shades of Trains, Planes and Automobiles, has Tim Robbins in it, never realised what a big dude he is, the guy looks like a giant in this film.
    6 foot 5 apparently. I'd throw him in in place of Andy McNeil.

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