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1 hour ago, nikki-red said:

Was this the one with Helen Hunt? Theres another one from this year with the same title that looks awful!

I watched the HH one last night, its a decent film with just enough twists and turns to make it interesting. Helen Hunt looks a bit strange tho!

Id agree with your 6.5/10.

Yes it's the one with Helen Hunt.

 

I didn't recognize her when first saw her in the movie- she does look different.

 

I'm of the view she's gone under the knife and not exactly done a good job. Shame as she was very pretty naturally, especially remember her in As Good as it Gets.

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Rise of Skywalker - 7/10

 

There's so much I want to say about this, where it's good and where it's bad, but won't because I'd have to spoiler-tag whole paragraphs. I'll just leave one comment, entirely joke-free and only slightly spoilerish, that

Spoiler

the most emotional and moving acting in the whole movie came from the Wookie. Give that walking carpet an Oscar.

 

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On 02/12/2019 at 14:40, Mr Fisk said:

The Irishman    8/10

 

Surely to please the Mafia movie fans or followers of Scorcese and De Niro- I fit in both categories.

Enjoyable romp of 3 hrs which dwells in to the Hoffa links more than anything else.

I was a bit dissapointed with this tbh, very long and i found the political aspect of it a lot less interesting and boring compared to the full on gangsterism of the likes of goodfellas, and casino tbh

 

other recent films i was a tad dissapointed with

Rambo last blood(6/10)

Once upon a time in hollywood (7/10)

 

 

zombieland 2

Banana splits the movie were exactly as you imagine, rubbish but meant to be lol (7/10 each)

 

The Jokers still the best film ive seen for a long time (9/10)

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Shaun The Sheep - just right for a New Years Day morning 8/10

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Saw the latest Jumanji offering,some decent visuals,but the polts very thin,like some of the jokes 6

Rise of skywalker another x mas another starwars movie,very watchable and yet predictable too 6

Battle of midway quite enjoyed this slow starter that got better quickly 8

Terminator returns for sarah conner and arnie,cant say it will live long in my memory but had its moments 7

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Bumblebee. I would imagine the preproduction meeting went like this.

 

Exec1 - "How can we make more money out of transformers?

Exec2 - "Just make another one?"

Exec1 - "No, the viewing public won't fall for that again. We need to do something different. How do Marvel get away with it?"

TOGETHER : "GIVE IT AN 80S SOUNDTRACK!!

 

I fell asleep, despite the soundtrack and a cast who did their best given what they had to work with. Im sure the finale involved wisecracks (the explosions stirred me from my slumber a bit) overall though, it was crap. 3/10

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Watched some of the more recent BIG movies,as i've just rejoined sky movies.

 

Bumblebee - 3/10

Captain Marvel - watched it a few times and it gets better, would have been 8 except for Jude Law being in it - 7/10

Marry Poppins - 1/10

Glass - disappointing - 6.5/10

Avengers-End Game - 9/10

Cold Pursuit on Prime - 6/10

Shazam - 1/10

 

Edited by willman

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Bohemian Rhapsody - now im not a Queen fan and don't care one jot about the accuracy of the film. But this made me choke big time.

(I've since watched some stuff on TV on Freddie and i have to say how won over i was by him.) 9/10

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1917    8/10

I don't usually watch war films , think last one may have been Inglorious Basterds, not even sure if that is classed as a war film..

 

Anyway this was very absorbing and definitely has you glued from the beginning- great cinematography and the two young actors did a grand job.

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Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
Like Abrams direction (esp the Star Trek reboot) and here he keeps the focus on the the strong Rey character, but at 2 hours 22 it is too long.
Talking of sequels, Ridley Scott is doing Gladiator 2 rather than another Alien, most annoying.

7/10

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4 hours ago, ChrisIB said:

Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
Like Abrams direction (esp the Star Trek reboot) and here he keeps the focus on the the strong Rey character, but at 2 hours 22 it is too long.
Talking of sequels, Ridley Scott is doing Gladiator 2 rather than another Alien, most annoying.

7/10

No way, cannot do a Gladiator 2 without Russell Crowe!

 

First one should be only one- was an epic.

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watching Apostasy, it really good film and set in the North of England 

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4729896/fullcredits

 

well acted 10/10 it's uneasy subject matter, but it's well researched exposing the Dogma of JW

 

worth a watch, directed by Daniel  Kokotajlo it's as gritty and northern as any Ken loach film, 

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