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27-03-2017, 12:09   #1661
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you dont like the original ghostbusters????
i know youre an owl and stuff but...............GET OUT!!!

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thats the remake? love the original, never really given the remake a chance but maybe i should LOL
No mate I've watched it once in the 80's and hated it, watched again about 10yrs ago and still couldn't warm to it. I'd give it another go but don't hold out much hope.
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27-03-2017, 19:22   #1662
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The Age of Shadows - 7.5/10 (-0.5 for being slightly too long)

Spy thriller from Kim Jee-woon set in 1920s Japan-occupied Korea about a group of Korean resistance fighters trying to import explosives from Shanghai whilst the Japanese Police try to destroy their resistance cell.

Maybe not the most original film ever (especially if you've seen a lot of WW2 Resistance movies) but lavishly staged, solidly entertaining and the whole train sequence is great.

Can't for the life of me think why something like this gets minimal screenings at weird times whilst garbage like CHiPS gets multiple screenings... Same thing happened with Train to Busan and that was better than most recent Hollywood blockbusters.
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Arrival 9/10


Very well done first contact sci-fi with some thinking required.
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Kon-Tiki - 7/10 - True story of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahls attempts to prove his theories, very well made.
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Alien 2& 4 , 10/10
Warning up for alien covenant. That's how they did SF
back in the day, no pseudo science fiction, just Ripley, aliens, flamethrowers, hand grenades,lost of guns= pure fun
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The great wall,4/10,nothing to write home about.
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Alien 2& 4 , 10/10
Warning up for alien covenant. That's how they did SF
back in the day, no pseudo science fiction, just Ripley, aliens, flamethrowers, hand grenades,lost of guns= pure fun
Is 4 the one with the French director? It's the one I've only seen once and not for years.
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