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Post by Kenny on Sun 09 Dec 2012, 1:42 pm

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I took the kids to the cinema yesterday to watch Rise of the Guardians , it's good but not great .......but the kids loved it so if your stuck for something to do then it's a good way to keep them entertained for a hour and half or so .

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Post by Galted on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 6:57 am

finished off my xmas film festival with The Audition & Drive

Audition was surprisingly good, a lot more to the film than the oddly entertaining torture scene. Was quite bizarre and ambiguous, I guess your opinion on the film depends on your take on what happened.

Drive was rubbish - dull predictable plot, poor performances apart from Carey Mulligan, annoying soundtrack that I guess is supposed to make it retro and cool, tries way too hard to be stylish and ends up being sh1t.

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Post by mystiroakey on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 8:56 am

loved drive.. cant get enough of them trying to be arty flicks(that pull it off anyway!!)-loved the soundtrack and all- very atmospheric, loved the acting the script and the concept..

you talking about the japanese horror audtion?




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Post by Galted on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 9:04 am

that be the one - 1999 version

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Post by mystiroakey on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 9:04 am

heard good things,,, mist see.

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Post by mystiroakey on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 12:21 pm

saw flight yesterday.

Enjoyed it alot..

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i have a funny feeling that if he wasnt drunk he would have killed everyone, being drunk gave him the boost to try something crazy!

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Post by westisbest on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 12:54 pm

Watched Total Recall last night.

quite enjoyed it. Have watched the original, but dont remember it to much.

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Post by Liam on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 7:35 pm

Dark Knight

my favorite film of all time and my favorite piece of acting ever by Heath Ledger as the joker. For me, its the perfect film and a 10/10

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Post by Bull on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 7:45 pm

Liam wrote:Dark Knight

my favorite film of all time and my favorite piece of acting ever by Heath Ledger as the joker. For me, its the perfect film and a 10/10

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Post by Galted on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 8:20 pm

aaarrgghh - dark knight!
good introduction to bluray but I just can't grasp how it can be a personal favourite!

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Post by Knowsit17 on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 8:37 pm

Watched Titanic for the first in a while last night.

Don't know what everyone else thinks but I've always felt it captures the tragic element magnificently. Can't help succumbing to the chilling "This is most likely close to how it really was" as I'm watching the masses run about panicked and screaming but hopelessly trapped all the same. Tough to watch without having your guts wrenched imo.

Reflects the true brilliance of James Cameron and the composing genius of James Horner.

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Post by Liam on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 9:04 pm

Galted wrote:aaarrgghh - dark knight!
good introduction to bluray but I just can't grasp how it can be a personal favourite!

I just love everything about it from the music, acting, action sequences it has everything you want in a movie, for me anyway.

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Post by Ent on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 9:05 pm

Knowsit17 wrote:Watched Titanic for the first in a while last night.

Don't know what everyone else thinks but I've always felt it captures the tragic element magnificently. Can't help succumbing to the chilling "This is most likely close to how it really was" as I'm watching the masses run about panicked and screaming but hopelessly trapped all the same. Tough to watch without having your guts wrenched imo.

Reflects the true brilliance of James Cameron and the composing genius of James Horner.

Not sure about the panic as you can never really capture that imo but the parents putting the children to bed and the older married couple holding hands as the waters rising always got me. As did Kate Winslet's wabs... Whistle

Last watched, nightmare before christmas - amazing, amazing film.

next up: hobbit and Jack Reacher

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Post by Ent on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 9:07 pm

Liam wrote:
Galted wrote:aaarrgghh - dark knight!
good introduction to bluray but I just can't grasp how it can be a personal favourite!

I just love everything about it from the music, acting, action sequences it has everything you want in a movie, for me anyway.

Maybe controversial but Bales performance is very poor and lets it down for me. Even more controversial I think Ledgers death leads a tremendous amount to it's legacy.

DKR>BB>= TDK for me.

I must stress still an amazing film and Ledger is unbelievably good, even the small moments/mannerisms e.g. the nurses walk are tremendous.

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Post by Bull on Sat 29 Dec 2012, 12:10 am

how was Bale's performance poor? dont give the whole;e voice crap because you see there's actually logic behind it.

the reason his voice changes is so people cant identify who he is with him basically being a celebrity another thing is lets go back to the old spiderman film and where marry jane says who are you to spiderman who replies and then they kiss how can she not figure out who it is? he sounds actually the same as peter! she must be extremely thick then!

but yeah that may not be the reason but hate it when people use that either way its my fav film and bale was pretty good in it.

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Post by Knowsit17 on Sat 29 Dec 2012, 2:50 am

Ent wrote:
Knowsit17 wrote:Watched Titanic for the first in a while last night.

Don't know what everyone else thinks but I've always felt it captures the tragic element magnificently. Can't help succumbing to the chilling "This is most likely close to how it really was" as I'm watching the masses run about panicked and screaming but hopelessly trapped all the same. Tough to watch without having your guts wrenched imo.

Reflects the true brilliance of James Cameron and the composing genius of James Horner.

Not sure about the panic as you can never really capture that imo but the parents putting the children to bed and the older married couple holding hands as the waters rising always got me. As did Kate Winslet's wabs... Whistle

True enough, maybe you can't simply replicate the fundamental feeling of panic on that fateful night. I meant as I see it all acted out, people yelling and trying to reach the stern, doing all in their efforts to avoid the rising water level while abandoned and virtually trapped/hopeless in avoiding the inevitable, I can't help but feel that the reality couldn't have been that much different. There will have been those brave souls who came to accept it but there will have also undoubtedly been hundreds who thronged and buffeted one another, truly panicked and doomed. In other words I feel the scenes of the film could hardly have been much different from the reality that night and that is deeply sobering whenever I see and think of it. I feel I do it an injustice in trying to describe it myself but hopefully you'll catch my drift, over 1,500 people helpless to the situation. Is there a worse way to go?

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Post by Ent on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 12:53 am

TheBrahmaBull wrote:how was Bale's performance poor? dont give the whole;e voice crap because you see there's actually logic behind it.

the reason his voice changes is so people cant identify who he is with him basically being a celebrity another thing is lets go back to the old spiderman film and where marry jane says who are you to spiderman who replies and then they kiss how can she not figure out who it is? he sounds actually the same as peter! she must be extremely thick then!

but yeah that may not be the reason but hate it when people use that either way its my fav film and bale was pretty good in it.

I don't think he is that good in it, compared to the other 2 films and to his other works.

The voice thing is also tremendously irritating/poor as batman and wayne had different voices in the other 2 films without interrupting you suspending your belief.

Saw the hobbit tonight, it's amazing, go see it everyone! Probably better than the LOTR films.

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Post by Skydriver on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 7:36 pm

Jack Reacher - never read any of the books, so went in with no preconceptions. Good film - has a slightly hard edge to it and interesting enough characters/situations/set pieces. Cruise has done a decent job of inhabiting another action hero and possibly carrying another such franchise yet distinguishing from Ethan Hunt/Mission Impossible. Not sure why Rosamund Pike was given a bit of stick in some reviews, I thought she did pretty well.

Unfortunate timing of release though, what with the latest mass random shooting in the US.

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Post by superflyweight on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:19 pm

Watched The Raid. Incredible stuff and certainly the best action film I have seen in some time. Watch the original Indonesian film before Hollywood dillutes it.

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Post by teassoc on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:49 pm

Skydriver wrote:Jack Reacher - never read any of the books, so went in with no preconceptions. Good film - has a slightly hard edge to it and interesting enough characters/situations/set pieces. Cruise has done a decent job of inhabiting another action hero and possibly carrying another such franchise yet distinguishing from Ethan Hunt/Mission Impossible. Not sure why Rosamund Pike was given a bit of stick in some reviews, I thought she did pretty well.

Unfortunate timing of release though, what with the latest mass random shooting in the US.

If you'd read the books you might not of enjoyed it as much. Lee Child happy though - probably because of the money and cinema fame.

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Post by Galted on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 4:47 pm

Just watched Searching for Sugarman, documentary on Rodriguez, American singer unknown in his home country but huge in SA & (I think) relatively famous in Australia. Absolutely brilliant, moved me to tears a couple of times - worth watching even if you're not a fan, will almost certainly turn you into one.

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Post by Blade on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:17 pm

Watched Young guns last night one of the best most recent cowboy films ever made.

Acting, awesome, Action scenes awesome just one awesome film.

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Post by Mad for Chelsea on Wed 02 Jan 2013, 10:31 pm

watched a bunch of films over the holidays, in no particular order:

the Raid: echo what superflyweight said about it, really good action film which doesn't try to be too clever or anything, not too long either, just gets on with it. Great watch!

Johny English - reborn: a bit silly really, though that's obviously what it's aiming at (Mr Bean being James Bond). Some amusing moments, some less so, overall too long in that there's some repetitiveness there.

Restless: not stricly a film (BBC drama), thought it was very good myself, the spy world was quite well protrayed, particularly the constant paranoia.

The Dark Knight Rises: not as good as the Dark Knight, but nonetheless a very enjoyable film. Thought Bane was excellent, didn't like Marion Cotillard's Tania Al Ghul. Some great scenes.

Jack Reacher: thought it was very good actually, though you were never quite sure if the moments of humour were intended or not. Didn't take itself too seriously. Tom Cruise maybe not as imposing as Reacher is supposed to be, but nonetheless carries it off pretty well.

You Don't Mess with the Zohan: very silly, never threatening seriousness, which I liked. The first hour is much better than the second, where you feel they ran out of ideas slightly.

Catch me if You Can: really good. The chemistry between the two main characters was excellently portrayed, and some brilliant scenes. Loved it.

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Post by Guest on Thu 03 Jan 2013, 8:30 am

Ted-Feckin' hiliarious!!

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Post by Stella on Thu 03 Jan 2013, 9:01 am

Watched Hugo

The best Scorcese film since Goodfellas.

Also, Stupid, Crazy, Love..........for the second time. Excellent film, which is funny and touching.

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Post by dummy_half on Thu 03 Jan 2013, 10:58 am

The Hobbit - watched in 2D (the cinema didin't have a 3D screening at a time we could get to). Thought it was mostly good but that there were times where the CGI wasn't much cop, perhaps because it was created mainly for 3D. Also, a few of the sequences (the sliding through the gnome mine and the falling on to the eagles in particular) were too much designed for the 3D imagery to be effective in 2D.

Also, if Gandalf could summon the eagles at will, why the **** did he not do so at Bag End and just fly the dwarfs to the Lonely Mountain, so avoiding all the trouble with orcs, gnomes, rock giants etc Wink

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Post by djlovesyou on Thu 03 Jan 2013, 11:10 am

Stella wrote:

Also, Stupid, Crazy, Love..........for the second time. Excellent film, which is funny and touching.

I watched that last night. Was quite a nice watch really.

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Post by Stella on Thu 03 Jan 2013, 11:17 am

djlovesyou wrote:
Stella wrote:

Also, Stupid, Crazy, Love..........for the second time. Excellent film, which is funny and touching.

I watched that last night. Was quite a nice watch really.

Yes, took me by surprise.

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Post by Guest on Thu 03 Jan 2013, 11:38 am

dummy_half wrote:Also, if Gandalf could summon the eagles at will, why the **** did he not do so at Bag End and just fly the dwarfs to the Lonely Mountain, so avoiding all the trouble with orcs, gnomes, rock giants etc Wink
Maybe there are no friendly butterflies in The Shire? I'd think the eagles could take Smaug out anyway, it'd be a short film then Laugh

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Post by Skydriver on Fri 04 Jan 2013, 9:54 am

Attack the Block (watched back recording off C4 or Film 4).

As the reviews at the time were saying, Hoodies v Aliens set in/around a block of flats in a not-particualrly-nice part of South London. Should be ASBOs all around for what ensues.

A B movie idea with a variation, but well-crafted. Genre mash-up and Britishness made me also think of Shaun of the Dead.

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Post by mystiroakey on Fri 04 Jan 2013, 10:14 am

I really enjoyed attack the block... 7/10

Saw Words yesterday - great film, Different and thought provoking. 7/10

Killing me softly as well. Goodish film and I enjoyed it. Directed in a Guy Ritchie type way but not in his complicated style. A very simple film that trys to be political. but probally fails overall. 6/10


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Post by Galted on Fri 04 Jan 2013, 8:50 pm

Run Fat Boy Run - astonishingly bad

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Post by Stella on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 12:38 pm

I watched The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel at the weekend. Simplistic, but a very good film, if a little to short considering the amount of characters in the film.

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Post by kingjohn7 on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 1:30 pm

Galted wrote:Run Fat Boy Run - astonishingly bad

Well put. I did fancy the landlords daughter though.

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Post by Galted on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 1:44 pm

kingjohn7 wrote:I did fancy the landlords daughter though.

Yep, reckon I could run a marathon if she were running just in front of me.

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Post by dummy_half on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 3:48 pm

Galted wrote:Run Fat Boy Run - astonishingly bad

Yep - cringe-worthy film. I don't get all the love for Simon Pegg - a couple of OK films in the tradition of absurdist British comedy (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) and otherwise a bit meh...

Anyway, last film watched was The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo - 2.5 hours long with subtitles and yet thoroughly engrossing (and rather gross in places). 8/10, losing a mark because of the predictability of the ending.

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Post by Stella on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 3:53 pm

That was the original I take it, dummy_half?

I've seen the Daniel Craig version but hear the original is better.

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Post by dummy_half on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 4:25 pm

Stella

Yep - Swedish version. Very dark and moody.

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Post by Stella on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 4:26 pm

dummy_half wrote:Stella

Yep - Swedish version. Very dark and moody.

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Post by mystiroakey on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 4:32 pm

"Yep - cringe-worthy film. I don't get all the love for Simon Pegg - a couple of OK films in the tradition of absurdist British comedy (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) and otherwise a bit meh..."


spaced is what pegg is all about. High quality comedy series. His style is insanely clever and that style is the big thing in america in shows like Allways sunny and community..

Run fat boy run is your typical brit/hollywood b movie. not that bad. but certainly not something to get exited about pre realise- David swimmer(ross from friends)) directed it- so i was never ever going in thinking it would be good...

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Post by Morgannwg on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 8:31 pm

The Woman in Black, I thought it was good. None of your typical or outdated horror rubbish, but a well executed tale.

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Post by Ent on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 10:34 pm

The impossible,

Decent story but some of the cinematics and music let it down badly at key points.

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Post by gazzyD on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 11:04 pm

Morgannwg wrote:The Woman in Black, I thought it was good. None of your typical or outdated horror rubbish, but a well executed tale.

Aye, I enjoyed that. I didn't know what to expect going into it but it turned out to be a good watch

Currently watching Couples Retreat. Woeful movie but my word Malin Ackerman is too pretty. Absolutely stunning

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Post by westisbest on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 8:05 am

gazzyD wrote:
Morgannwg wrote:The Woman in Black, I thought it was good. None of your typical or outdated horror rubbish, but a well executed tale.

Aye, I enjoyed that. I didn't know what to expect going into it but it turned out to be a good watch

Currently watching Couples Retreat. Woeful movie but my word Malin Ackerman is too pretty. Absolutely stunning

Watched Couples Retreat aswell.

Very funny film.

Vaughen & Faverau were the 2 funniest.

Agree on Ackerman, very nice.

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Post by Smirnoffpriest on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 10:57 am

Extreme Measures - actually a decent conspiracy/suspense film with Hugh Grant, produced by Liz Hurley. He's a doctor who has a weird 'walk in' patient die on him in unusual circumstances and the more he looks in to it, the stranger it seems and the less interested anyone else it... Decent turn by Gene Hackman as well.

I too wonder about the fuss with Simon Pegg, I thought Hot Fuzz and Shaun were awesome films, but everything else is either very tired or lame, and I include Spaced in that, along with Paul, Run Fat Boy, and anything else I've seen him in since.

Found Woman in Black very boring and badly done - I don't like horrors though, but this one did put me off so much I phased out and missed the last 30mins as I was playing on my phone...

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Post by mystiroakey on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 11:01 am

Try watching spaced again..

Its clever stuff.. But then if you dont like it- you dont like it. But i do find it hard to believe anyone cant see the merits of the show...

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Post by Smirnoffpriest on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 11:12 am

I have tried watching it a few times - it always amazes me that it has such a cult following. I figure it's just the same as the Coen brothers films - people absolutely love them, I'll just never understand why.

But then there'll definately be a lot of stuff I like that not many other people like...

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Post by mystiroakey on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 11:16 am

I didnt get it first time around priest.. I only truely got the merits of it last year when i watched it for the third time around..

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Post by Smirnoffpriest on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 11:53 am

I know what you mean - but it's not for me, I just find it quite slow, boring and unfunny.

I have been getting a strong urge to watch some comedy from the 90s and early 00s though - and have been watching the Comic Book presents (fair enough from the 80s, and the recent Five go to Rehab) and Ab Fab - and plan to dig out some Monkey Dust, Stressed Eric and The Day Today as well...

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Post by mystiroakey on Tue 08 Jan 2013, 12:45 pm

Yeah some good stuff there- I am rewatching the sopranoes at the moment!

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