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09-07-2018, 07:39   #2601
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Oceans 8, very good, funny, clever.

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Sicario 2 - solid 8 out of 10.
A 9 if you include the aircon during the hottest part of the day today..
Might see this next week, but I have to go alone, the other half didn't like the first one.
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09-07-2018, 10:34   #2602
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Super Troopers (2001)

A comedy about a group of inept Highway Patrol officers in danger of losing their jobs to the regular police.

6/10 - quite funny but I got the feeling I was missing some in-jokes or references because I'd not seen this group's (Broken Lizard) work before.
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09-07-2018, 14:18   #2603
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Geostorm. What ed Harris was doing in this guff I do not know. 2/10
A truly appalling movie
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09-07-2018, 14:27   #2604
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A truly appalling movie
It was. I've seen worst casts but if the title sounds like it's syfy channel b movie it will probably be written like a syfy channel b movie.
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09-07-2018, 14:30   #2605
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It was. I've seen worst casts but if the title sounds like it's syfy channel b movie it will probably be written like a syfy channel b movie.
Shame about Mr Harris being involved, he is such a cool actor, although Enemy at The Gates was a poor one in my opinion.
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09-07-2018, 18:06   #2606
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Geostorm. What ed Harris was doing in this guff I do not know. 2/10
Before he got the Westworld gig and everyone remembered why they loved him he was basically appearing in anything that'd cast him, like most middle-age actors.
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09-07-2018, 18:53   #2607
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Before he got the Westworld gig and everyone remembered why they loved him he was basically appearing in anything that'd cast him, like most middle-age actors.
He said he only does a lot of it for money. According to an interview - if that's the word - on Steve wrights show last year, he hates all the standing around that filming tv shows and film involves, he prefers stage work.
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10-07-2018, 21:14   #2608
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Ready Player One. 5/10

Though this a bit poor especially coming from Spielberg. Too much CGI with an average story and not much going on except rendered action sequences.
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Ant Man 7/10.

I'm not a massive Marvel fan due to the hype and the over zealous fanboys who defend their films regardless, but this wasn't too bad.
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11-07-2018, 14:33   #2610
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A Quiet Place 8/10. Pleasantly surprised and enjoyed it.

Didn't know what to expect with this and had no idea what it was about then about 5 minutes in realised it was a horror movie, which I normally hate. It has no dialog for the first 40 minutes but don't let that put you off.
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11-07-2018, 15:48   #2611
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Ant Man 7/10.

I'm not a massive Marvel fan due to the hype and the over zealous fanboys who defend their films regardless, but this wasn't too bad.
This one grew on me after watching it a couple of times.
I'm considering the Antman/Wasp movie at the cinema.

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Geostorm. What ed Harris was doing in this guff I do not know. 2/10
Agree - pile of (wheres that emoji gone) - 2/10
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11-07-2018, 17:59   #2612
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I was amused with an offering on Netflix last night i.e. War Dogs. Thought it was quite funny at times and just some far fetched film about a couple of high school drop out buddies in their early 20s who get into selling weapons They win $ 300million dollar contract from the Pentagon to supply ammunition for Afghanistan and get in too deep. Quite entertaining but fanciful, I thought. Turns out it was a true story LOL 7/10.
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11-07-2018, 18:49   #2613
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I last watched ET (1982) on VHS (Recorded from analogue TV (A locval channel in my area (channel 5))

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Ghost Stories 7.5/10


I really enjoyed this, a good old atmospheric British ghost story (or 3!)

Its creepy with little touches of humour, well acted and filmed in beautiful Yorkshire.
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Recently been watching films 1 through 6 of the Fast & Furious franchise for the first time. Silly but fun and gets sillier the higher the number goes. Overall score a 7/10.
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18-07-2018, 16:03   #2616
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After all these years of meaning to watch it, but never getting around to it I finally sat down and watched Das Boot. What a brilliant film, hard to believe how so much drama could happen in a sardine can of a ship. Great stuff 10/10 and then some.Can't believe that the guy who wrote the novel hated the film.
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The Incredibles 2 - please mums and dads it's not really a toddlers film. Its Avengers Civil War in cartoon,lots of story and dialogue.
8/10
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18-07-2018, 17:59   #2618
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Paid in full - great film !!!
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19-07-2018, 13:38   #2619
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Watched a dvd while holiday of a film I don't recall seeing in the cinema. Coen Brothers, 'Burn After Reading'.with John Malkovic, George Clooney, Frances McDermid & Brad Pitt.

Black comedy, quite funny.
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Watched a dvd while holiday of a film I don't recall seeing in the cinema. Coen Brothers, 'Burn After Reading'.with John Malkovic, George Clooney, Frances McDermid & Brad Pitt.

Black comedy, quite funny.
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