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Post by Kenny Wed Sep 18, 2013 1:53 pm

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Post by Guest Mon Mar 03, 2014 4:26 pm

Finding Nemo.....my little girl loves it. Me? After six viewings this weekend, I'm less keen.

Now, "Finding Emo", the story of a suicidal, depressed teenager whose sole objective is to get laid by writing bleak poetry is a laff riot

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Post by Stella Mon Mar 03, 2014 4:35 pm

Finding Nemo is one of my favourite 'kids films'

Attempted to get them to watch The Goonies this weekend, but they got scared. May have to give it a go on my own.
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Post by Steffan Mon Mar 03, 2014 4:38 pm

I watched the first half hour of 'Inception' last night before falling asleep. Is it worth me watching the rest as I found it really far fetched (and I like that kinda thing normally but this was way too much) or shall I not bother?

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Post by TRUSSMAN66 Mon Mar 03, 2014 4:52 pm

When Rob was a kid I used to put Toy story on three or four times a day.......Not for him but for me !!..........I love that film "Infinity .........." ....He used to give me that "You b*****d" look he gives me now he's all grown up.......

Junior mark 2... is in for the same treatment but he's getting the special feature section as well.

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Post by Guest Mon Mar 03, 2014 5:13 pm

Steffan wrote:I watched the first half hour of 'Inception' last night before falling asleep. Is it worth me watching the rest as I found it really far fetched (and I like that kinda thing normally but this was way too much) or shall I not bother?
Don't bother...think Matrix Revolutions, add a few w@nkery smart ar$e points and you're there. Tried to be a clever film but failed to hook me and seemed to rely on the fact it was a Christopher Nolan film

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Post by Dolphin Ziggler Mon Mar 03, 2014 5:34 pm

Steffan wrote:I watched the first half hour of 'Inception' last night before falling asleep. Is it worth me watching the rest as I found it really far fetched (and I like that kinda thing normally but this was way too much) or shall I not bother?

I love it, so I'd say yes.

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Post by compelling and rich Mon Mar 03, 2014 5:50 pm

Steffan wrote:I watched the first half hour of 'Inception' last night before falling asleep. Is it worth me watching the rest as I found it really far fetched (and I like that kinda thing normally but this was way too much) or shall I not bother?

one of the most over rated films off all time, alright at best but people seem to rave about the "unbelievable concept", matrix was better

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Post by Mad for Chelsea Mon Mar 03, 2014 11:10 pm

I thought Inception was a cracking movie myself, maybe not quite as good as Matrix (certainly not as revolutionary), but still an excellent film which I've enjoyed watching on a few occasions. I would say though that if you struggled to get into it in half an hour, maybe it isn't your thing.

Ultimately, movies are all about personal taste, I myself have quite enjoyed watching some totally ridiculous films which were no doubt rubbished by the critics (recently Percy Jackson - Sea of Monters sprinds to mind, Bounty Killer as well), for me if it keeps me enertained and I can spend an enjoyable hour and a half/two hours watching it then it works.

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Post by Shot 21 LCFC Tue Mar 04, 2014 11:01 am

I finally watched Django Unchained last night. My first mistake was not looking at how long it was and putting it on at 1000pm. As for the film itself I quite enjoyed it. It kept you entertained, amused and invested in his quest to save his wife. I must say that most of the cast delivered in this. Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio were excellent but Samuel L Jackson stole the show, he was brilliant! Also look out for small roles from Jonah Hill and Quentin Tarantino himself.

I was well on my way to giving this film 8/10, but then at the shootout in the house near the end, I hear a 2 Pac song playing, and that knocks it up to 9/10.

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Post by rIck_dAgless Tue Mar 04, 2014 12:39 pm

The Lego movie - Genuinely funny in parts and enjoyed it, best matrix spin off i have seen Smile 8.5/10

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:17 pm

A History of Violence. I really enjoyed it. I thought Mortensen was very good in his role, really convincing. Some shocking scenes, particularly the 'palm of the hand to the nose' scene but Mortensen managed to keep that family man face going the whole time and didn't turn into a caricature baddy which would have been easier to do.

I like the fact the end left you to use your own imagination as well. Did the family get over it or not? They didn't spoon feed you the answer.

8.5/10.

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Post by Strongback Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:27 pm

Watching him struggle with his violent past is the best part of the movie followed quickly by how actually very good he is at inflicting pain.

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Post by Guest Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:28 pm

I was put of that by the less than flattering reviews but given the huge amount of respect I have for Tina, I might give it a whirl. If it's rubbish I shall flood his inbox with abusive messages...and his real letterbox with liquid dog muck!

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:34 pm

DAVE667 wrote:I was put of that by the less than flattering reviews but given the huge amount of respect I have for Tina, I might give it a whirl. If it's rubbish I shall flood his inbox with abusive messages...and his real letterbox with liquid dog muck!

You're so sweet, Dave.

Please don't keep flooding my inbox with those pictures though. I've told you before I am not interested. Hamster or no hamster.

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Post by TRUSSMAN66 Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:46 pm

Debbie Does Dallas...........Uncut version

Watched this again the other day..Just to compare the cultural and sociological changes back then to the present day........Certainly embodies a decade of change in cultural and moral practices and principles......Offers much for the modern day student in cultural enrichment coupled with the changes in social awareness..

Certainly for any budding philosophy student like myself a must watch...........

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Post by Galted Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:50 pm

TRUSSMAN66 wrote:Debbie Does Dallas...........Uncut version

Watched this again the other day..Just to compare the cultural and sociological changes back then to the present day........Certainly embodies a decade of change in cultural and moral practices and principles......Offers much for the modern day student in cultural enrichment coupled with the changes in social awareness..

Certainly for any budding philosophy student like myself a must watch...........

I've seen DDD before, mainly wAnked though.
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Post by Guest Tue Mar 04, 2014 2:59 pm

TRUSSMAN66 wrote:Debbie Does Dallas...........Uncut version

Watched this again the other day..Just to compare the cultural and sociological changes back then to the present day........Certainly embodies a decade of change in cultural and moral practices and principles......Offers much for the modern day student in cultural enrichment coupled with the changes in social awareness..

Certainly for any budding philosophy student like myself a must watch...........
Does that mean you just marveled at how muffs have changed over the years?

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Post by TRUSSMAN66 Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:02 pm

DAVE667 wrote:
TRUSSMAN66 wrote:Debbie Does Dallas...........Uncut version

Watched this again the other day..Just to compare the cultural and sociological changes back then to the present day........Certainly embodies a decade of change in cultural and moral practices and principles......Offers much for the modern day student in cultural enrichment coupled with the changes in social awareness..

Certainly for any budding philosophy student like myself a must watch...........
Does that mean you just marveled at how muffs have changed over the years?

If you want to break my post down into one line.....Then I suppose....Yes !!

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Post by Guest Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:17 pm

TRUSSMAN66 wrote:
DAVE667 wrote:
TRUSSMAN66 wrote:Debbie Does Dallas...........Uncut version

Watched this again the other day..Just to compare the cultural and sociological changes back then to the present day........Certainly embodies a decade of change in cultural and moral practices and principles......Offers much for the modern day student in cultural enrichment coupled with the changes in social awareness..

Certainly for any budding philosophy student like myself a must watch...........
Does that mean you just marveled at how muffs have changed over the years?

If you want to break my post down into one line.....Then I suppose....Yes !!
Just wish all your posting could be reduced to one line...in fact, I just wish it could be reduced to one post if I'm being honest...actually if I'm being honest, I wish you go and stay gone.

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Post by TRUSSMAN66 Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:47 pm

I've learned so much from you about Boxing since I've been on here....

Wouldn't be right to leave half cocked......Counting on you to teach me how to be a full - man sausage... Cool 

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Post by Stella Tue Mar 04, 2014 4:02 pm

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:A History of Violence.  I really enjoyed it.  I thought Mortensen was very good in his role, really convincing.  Some shocking scenes, particularly the 'palm of the hand to the nose' scene but Mortensen managed to keep that family man face going the whole time and didn't turn into a caricature baddy which would have been easier to do.

I like the fact the end left you to use your own imagination as well.  Did the family get over it or not?  They didn't spoon feed you the answer.

8.5/10.  

Excellent film, Tino  thumbsup 
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Post by Guest Tue Mar 04, 2014 4:15 pm

TRUSSMAN66 wrote:I've learned so much from you about Boxing since I've been on here....

Wouldn't be right to leave half cocked......Counting on you to teach me how to be a full - man sausage... Cool 
If memory serves (I was drifting off into post-coital bliss) your wife told me that you achieved that particular phase of your personal development some years ago. In fact, when she thinks about it, which isn't too often due to the waves of nausea, she believes you were actually born a d!ck

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Post by TRUSSMAN66 Tue Mar 04, 2014 4:31 pm

Actually got around to watching Spiderman 3 the other night.........Must admit I think the story got lost in the action.......and I wish I hadn't of bothered !!

Too many subplots and too many villains..........Plus never liked Maguire as Parker......

Harry Osbourne character was all over the place.....Sandman was wasted in more ways than one..

and Parker's Uncle was killed by a different guy in the original !! If that's not taking the pee out of the audience I don't know what is !!

Just a bit better than batman and robin..

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Post by Guest Tue Mar 04, 2014 4:36 pm

TRUSSMAN66 wrote:Actually got around to watching Spiderman 3 the other night.........Must admit I think the story got lost in the action.......and I wish I hadn't of bothered !!

Too many subplots and too many villains..........Plus never liked Maguire as Parker......

Harry Osbourne character was all over the place.....Sandman was wasted in more ways than one..

and Parker's Uncle was killed by a different guy in the original !! If that's not taking the pee out of the audience I don't know what is !!

Just a bit better than batman and robin..
You should try watching Shrek the Third and the scene in the tavern where Charming rounds up his cronies...the Rumplestitskin character looks nowt like the one in Shrek Forever After.

Talk all you like about Spiderman but THAT is hands down the biggest p!ss take in movie history.

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Post by hampo17 Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:04 am

Watched Thor 2 last night, throughly enjoyable movie that visually is fantastic. The story was good, but could have been better and the fact Portmans character just stumbled in to the place where the thing the Dark Elves wanted the most just happened to be was a little to convienent for me.

A solid 7.5/10 though, another good ended that leaves it open for another film.

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Post by Ent Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:20 pm

Thor 2 is a bit of a mess of a film, the fight scene at the end is pretty dreadful in that it attempts to be funny in places.

Watched olympus has fallen the other day, decent brainless action film. However;

I'm willing to let a lot go in these films, but how did a bomber type aircraft get over DC before any type of action is taken and why on earth would anyone build a system that would let you blow up all your nuclear weaponry in the silos and destroy your country.

Answers on a post card.

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Post by Guest Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:10 pm

Non-Stop

Liam Neeson plays the same character he seems to play ever since Taken, but this isn't as bad as some of the rubbish he's done since (namely Taken 2 and Unknown)

Granted I may have found it more entertaining as I was expecting literally nothing from it but so long as you leave your brain at the door its a decent enough watch, with a quite satisfying albeit totally unrealistic killing of the bad guy at the end of the movie

6/10

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Post by Galted Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:07 am

Dallas Buyer's Club
Wasn't bad, Matthew McConaughey seems to be a reasonably talented actor rather than a creepy on-screen presence these days. Not really sure what the point of Eve and Rayon was though, both were fairly flimsy, predictable and inconsequential. Ending was a bit forced but, all in all, worth a watch.

6/10 but, if you're massively into moustaches, it could rate 9.
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Post by Guest Thu Mar 06, 2014 11:30 am

I was a tad bemused as to how MM won best actor for Dallas Buyers Club as I thought it was a documentary about the rise of "Movember"

Ignorance is definitely bliss

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Post by Guest Sun Mar 09, 2014 11:37 pm

the new 300 movie

its kinda like buying a game and then they insist on bringing DLC out at a later date. While this runs alongside the 300 it doesnt really add a great deal to the story and is merely cashing in on a cult following for its predecessor

some of the worst acting ive ever seen in a movie, continuously slowing down time during the fight scenes it becomes boring and while it may good to look at, its like the hot girl who turns to be dull self obsessed b1tch, definitely style over substance

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Post by hampo17 Mon Mar 10, 2014 8:42 am

Man Of Steel.

I can see what they tried to do, create the back story to try and give the new franchise some legs like Marvel did with Iron Man, Captain America etc, and it worked to some extent.

The fight scenes where messy, and so obviously CGI it was a shame, hopefully the sequel will be good. I don't mind the casting of Lex Luthor personally, I'm certainly willing to give Eisenberg a shot to see what he can do with the role.

6/10

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Post by Guest Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:09 am

DAVE667 wrote:I was put of that by the less than flattering reviews but given the huge amount of respect I have for Tina, I might give it a whirl. If it's rubbish I shall flood his inbox with abusive messages...and his real letterbox with liquid dog muck!
Watched "A History of Violence" and shall, within the next few days, be going to Tina's house to pour liquid dog muck through his letter box, in his petrol tank and, should the chance arise, in his mouth. What a sh!t film. Boooooring in the extreme, felt like there was about half an hour of important/relevant plot that was left on the cutting room floor and to make matters worse, the female lead decides she's quite happy to show of her pubic region but has the most disappointing breasts I've even seen on screen (sorry make that 2nd most...I've seen Keira Knightley's in "The Jacket" well, at least I think I have)



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Post by TopHat24/7 Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:50 am

Finally got round to watching Captain Phillips this weekend.

Really enjoyed the film, but am not sure quite what everyone was raving about. Think the American-Somali lad has been a little over-rated also. Hanks excellent though.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:17 am

DAVE667 wrote:
DAVE667 wrote:I was put of that by the less than flattering reviews but given the huge amount of respect I have for Tina, I might give it a whirl. If it's rubbish I shall flood his inbox with abusive messages...and his real letterbox with liquid dog muck!
Watched "A History of Violence" and shall, within the next few days, be going to Tina's house to pour liquid dog muck through his letter box, in his petrol tank and, should the chance arise, in his mouth. What a sh!t film. Boooooring in the extreme, felt like there was about half an hour of important/relevant plot that was left on the cutting room floor and to make matters worse, the female lead decides she's quite happy to show of her pubic region but has the most disappointing breasts I've even seen on screen (sorry make that 2nd most...I've seen Keira Knightley's in "The Jacket" well, at least I think I have)

So did you like it or not?

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Post by Rowley Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:43 am

I am with you Tina, it was excellent. I liked its pace, gives the violence and carnage more impact when it comes.

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Post by Shot 21 LCFC Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:45 am

hampo171 wrote:Man Of Steel.

I can see what they tried to do, create the back story to try and give the new franchise some legs like Marvel did with Iron Man, Captain America etc, and it worked to some extent.

The fight scenes where messy, and so obviously CGI it was a shame, hopefully the sequel will be good. I don't mind the casting of Lex Luthor personally, I'm certainly willing to give Eisenberg a shot to see what he can do with the role.

6/10

I watched this for the first time last night. Quite enjoyed it.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:47 am

Rowley wrote:I am with you Tina, it was excellent. I liked its pace, gives the violence and carnage more impact when it comes.

Indeed. Dave is a bit more intense about these things though.

Too much time in the mosh pits at GOO GOO DOLLS concerts.

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Post by Galted Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:49 am

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Rowley wrote:I am with you Tina, it was excellent. I liked its pace, gives the violence and carnage more impact when it comes.

Indeed.  Dave is a bit more intense about these things though.  

Too much time in the mosh pits at GOO GOO DOLLS concerts.

Too much time under the crawl space of his house or looking for remote spots on the moors.
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Post by seanmichaels Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:22 am

Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

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Post by Galted Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:32 am

seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.
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Post by Rowley Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:33 am

Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.

How can you be so sure Galted, he might have watched the half where Tom Hanks reveals he is a teacher before he dies.

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Post by seanmichaels Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:36 am

Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.

How can you be so sure Galted, he might have watched the half where Tom Hanks reveals he is a teacher before he dies.

It was the first half. My favourite bit is where the guy on the beach picks up his arm.

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Post by Galted Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:43 am

Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.

How can you be so sure Galted, he might have watched the half where Tom Hanks reveals he is a teacher before he dies.

 Laugh 

Or the string of coincidences after they allow the German prisoner free after he says "f*ck Hitler".
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Post by Galted Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:46 am

seanmichaels wrote:
Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.

How can you be so sure Galted, he might have watched the half where Tom Hanks reveals he is a teacher before he dies.

It was the first half. My favourite bit is where the guy on the beach picks up his arm.

The first half hour was pretty powerful stuff but the film falls to pieces once the beach is secured.

Michaels... earn this. Earn it.
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Post by Guest Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:47 am

Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.

How can you be so sure Galted, he might have watched the half where Tom Hanks reveals he is a teacher before he dies.

 Laugh 

Or the string of coincidences after they allow the German prisoner free after he says "f*ck Hitler".
Or the scene that feels like it's two hours long where you're waiting for Upham to climb the stairs and blow that Nazi's brains out before he stabs his mate to death (Get a MOVE on lad...oh, too late but yeah, you shoot the bloke who wanted to surrender earlier)

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Post by seanmichaels Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:57 am

Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:
Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:
seanmichaels wrote:Watched half of Saving Private Ryan. Good film.

You obviously watched the first half then.

How can you be so sure Galted, he might have watched the half where Tom Hanks reveals he is a teacher before he dies.

It was the first half. My favourite bit is where the guy on the beach picks up his arm.

The first half hour was pretty powerful stuff but the film falls to pieces once the beach is secured.

Michaels... earn this. Earn it.

I like the P51 tankbuster bit at the end as well. Beautiful planes although not tankbusters. Should have been a Thunderbolt in reality

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Post by Shot 21 LCFC Tue Mar 11, 2014 10:14 am

I watched This Means War last night. Pretty decent film.

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Post by Stella Tue Mar 11, 2014 12:29 pm

Watched The Firm with Tom Cruise this morning. Seen it a few times, but it's still pretty good. Posters on IMDB were suggesting a couple of characters were miscast, notably Tripplehorn and Hackman's. haven't read the book, so don't know.
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Post by XR Tue Mar 11, 2014 12:58 pm

Watched 'Parker' on the weekend, your standard Jason Statham film where you can't work out if he'd english or american. It was a decent film, mind, which actually had a (somewhat) storyline.

I give this movie 6.5 dubious Jason Statham accents out of 10.

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Post by Shot 21 LCFC Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:37 pm

gcBlues wrote:Watched 'Parker' on the weekend, your standard Jason Statham film where you can't work out if he'd english or american. It was a decent film, mind, which actually had a (somewhat) storyline.

I give this movie 6.5 dubious Jason Statham accents out of 10.

 Laugh  I thought I was the only one!! I genuinely spend most of the films trying to work it out. Im like "yeah hes American, no wait a minute hes English, no American..." etc etc. The only films I dont have that problem with are Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrells, Snatch and Mean Machine.

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