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32 minutes ago, cressida said:

George and Mildred   7/10

Hello Cressida.

I know it ain't a film but watched some of the reruns of the TV series while baby sitting grandkids.

Timeless humour.

Yootha Joyce was looking rough (something 2 bottles of Gin a day will do) in the later ones.

RIP girl sad loss.

Roy Kinnear as Georges friendly builder mate never needed to utter a word for me - so funny.

Again another sad loss.

Keep safe out there. 

 

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Yootha's complexion looked amazing in the film,  funnily enough so did Brian Murphy's - underrated actors

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4 minutes ago, cressida said:

Yootha's complexion looked amazing in the film,  funnily enough so did Brian Murphy's - underrated actors

I think I was watching the later G&M circa 1979 (Year before she died) the strain of drinking was showing.

Definitely underrated actors.

Did you know they changed her maiden name?

In the early 'Man about House' Mildred would proudly announce her maiden name as - Nee; Tremble :lol:

Apparently Brian was at her bedside when she died, how about that for dedication.

RIP.

 

Keep safe.

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Gemini Man .  Will Smith film where all the action seems to be 100 miles an hour ,  5/10 

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'The Age of Stupid' with Pete Postlethwaite.  9/10

 

Highly recommended. Everyone should see it. In fact they should have their eyes pinned open clockwork orange style to make sure they don't miss a thing.

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Harriet, 10/10,  True story about a great brave woman.

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22 hours ago, PRESLEY said:

Harriet, 10/10,  True story about a great brave woman.

I watched this film last night after reading your post about the film, and I thought it was very good.  What a brave woman Harriet was.  

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Paranormal activity  8 : next of kin, 2021 -7/10 

 

Solid found footage horror, slightly different from  previous movies 

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Went to see Last Night in Soho.  Top horror/fantasy, with great music, too.  Never realised the film's title was a song by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Titch.

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3 hours ago, hauxwell said:

I watched this film last night after reading your post about the film, and I thought it was very good.  What a brave woman Harriet was.  

I think we just got a gist of what she went through being a film but she obviously would have endured  more horrific experiences than what we saw Many generations  owe their lives and freedom to her. 

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The Trip  7/10

 

Norwegian flick via Netflix , very enjoyable with humour thrown in along with blood splattering scenes.

 

Synopsis: A couple decide to take a break in the woods at their cabin, both harbouring thoughts to kill the other- but run into some unexpected guests. 

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Finch - 7/10

 

One man and his dog... and robot.

 

Tom Hanks stars as a robotics experts who survives an extinction event that kills most life on Earth and has only his dog and the robot he built as his companions.

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