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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty03/10/15, 02:22 am

Saw it last night and it is good. I really liked it, even had it funny moments/ quips like some of the reviews I read said
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty08/10/15, 06:16 pm

Glad to hear people are liking the Martian, definitely want to give that a watch.

Saw Mad Max: Fury Road last night. Basically a two hour, mental car chase but man that is a good ass movie.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty11/10/15, 06:57 pm

Currently making plans to go see Monty Python and the Holy Grail in the cinema. I love when old films get a re-release on the big screen.

Now all I need to do is see Highlander on the big screen and my life will be complete.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty11/10/15, 07:00 pm

Mm, that is fun. I've caught Jurassic Park and the Original Terminator like that. The Star Wars special editions almost count but I'd love to see the proper cinema cuts on a big screen.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty11/10/15, 09:16 pm

Watched The Interview recently, and it was better than I thought it would be! Worth a watch, particularly if you enjoyed Team America
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty15/10/15, 12:35 pm

I don't know if anyone's a fan of Back to the Future, but next Wednesday is the date that Doc Brown and Marty came to the future in Back to the Future II.

I absolutely adore those movies, and I'm loving all the reunion videos popping up on the Internet.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty15/10/15, 04:53 pm

Yay, I love BttF! Every year people seemed to be mistakenly believing it was the date, so will be nice to finally put that behind us. I think I'll have to give them a watch when we get to that date.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty15/10/15, 07:44 pm

It's a brilliant trilogy. I caught the first film at the cinema when it was rereleased in 2010 and had a fab time. And, like Drunka, I will be delighted not to have to shake my head at pictures of faked dates on the Interwebsnet that people believe because they fail to realise the lovely symmetry of the 30-year jumps when they travel in time: 1985 to 1955 to 1985 to 2015.

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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty15/10/15, 08:05 pm

Speaking of the symmetry; isn't it odd to think that the first film is now as old as the "past" in that movie was. I feel like our culture is still dominated by the pop culture of the 80s, more so than the 80s was the 50s.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty15/10/15, 10:13 pm

I'd chalk that up to 80s music being fucking phenomenal.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty16/10/15, 08:04 pm

JayMoyles wrote:
I'd chalk that up to 80s music being fucking phenomenal.

Yup!

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Also this will be why Rocket League us getting the DeLorean next week then.

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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty22/10/15, 06:47 am

Last night Jo and I saw Suffragette. It was powerful stuff and I recommend it. Thumbs Up! The performances were top - although Meryl Streep, whose face is on the poster and that, is only in it for ten minutes, tops.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty22/10/15, 09:21 am

Went to see The Lobster last night. It's pretty good! It manages to make some pretty horrible things pretty funny, and it's got Olivia Colman and Ben Wishaw in it and they're both excellent. It goes in a pretty odd direction though. Worth the half price Orange Wednesday ticket.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty02/11/15, 07:50 pm

I just finished watching Terminator: Genisys. It was, as far as these things go, a passable modern action film. Things exploded, it moved quickly, the leads were pretty and there was oodles of CGI. It had an amusing bit where, in a moment all-too-rare in cinema, a cop called his partner out for inappropriately brandishing his gun. Arnold Schwarzenegger, God bless him, got to do his Arnie thing. That’s all well and good, but this wasn’t just another glossy Hollywood throwaway film, this was a Terminator film.

Terminator 2 is the best action movie ever made because it was slow, methodical, tense and the action all followed logically from a plot, and all looks amazing to this day. Computer effects were used sparingly, only when animatronics and live action stunts absolutely could not do what needed to be done. When Arnie rolls an 18-wheeler lorry in T2, you can see a real truck being smashed on screen. In Genisys, he has a punch up with his own Playstation 2 character model.

More importantly, Terminators 1 and 2 looked gritty and real. Kyle Reese was skinny and dirty. He had a wild-eyed, jumpy look and was obviously a very broken man, suffering from post-traumatic stress and lacking the social skills of someone who didn’t grow up in nuclear rubble hiding from robots. In Terminator, Kyle smiles precisely once in the films entire runtime. In Genisys, Kyle Reese is a wise-cracking pretty boy from the word go.

The original Terminator was a masterpiece in tension, prophetic storytelling and effortless cool. Terminator 2 is my favourite film of all time, as smart as it is dumb. Terminator 3 was a fun send-off for Schwarzenegger before he left for politics. Terminator Salvation was just a crap film. Terminator Genisys is a crap Terminator film.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty07/11/15, 01:18 pm

Sky Channel 304 has transformed into Sky Christmas, so we're currently watching The Muppets Christmas Carol... which I have never seen. Loving it.
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A Christmas classic. See it, enjoy it, love it.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty08/11/15, 10:29 am

Watched a few films recently

Mad Max Fury Road, It was good but better then Road Warrior jog on people

Jurassic World, This was majorly hyped to me by work mates and some saying it's the best film of the year the answer is No. It is a good summer blockbuster but that;s about it

Terminator: Genisys, Got to love Hybrids everyone seems to be doing it at the moment but agree with Drunka, its as passable film and was enjoyable.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty16/11/15, 10:43 am

Triple Combo

I watched last night fro the first time ever Lost in Translation, I was looking for Zero's fav Amélie but it's not on Netflix and LiT came up and so did Blue is the Warmest Colour which I watch when I've got 3hrs spare.

Anyway LiT was excellent also I don't know if it was me but I found it a little odd watching a film from 12 years ago set what of be present day with there flip phones & fax machines, it just seemed rather odd also the sort of chase scene, I could only think of hit the lever at one point.

Ohh and Scarlett Johansson Love

Then I watched Kung Fury which was a kickstarter made film, well it's only 30mins long that I watched before bed. It's based in the 80's stupidly over the top in ever way possible, Drunka would love it.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty16/11/15, 01:37 pm

The "over the top"ness of it was what made it good and what I think was the point of the short film.

But yeah Lost in Translation is brilliant
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masofdas wrote:
Drunka would love it.  
I did indeed!
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty25/11/15, 07:33 am

Saw Spectre last night. Shot in an achingly beautiful way, every ounce of the £245 million budget is right there on screen. Shame it's not quite as good as Skyfall. Aww!

Still, Monica Bellucci. Love
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty29/11/15, 08:01 pm

DoPo alert! DoPo alert!

Yesterday Jo and I were at the Kino seeing Mockingjay Part 2. The ending was a little drawn-out but it was a good ride nonetheless. I'll be a little sad to see the series go: Jo and I saw the first film for our second date. Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty10/12/15, 09:49 pm

Turtles 2 Trailer. Looks like a fun film full of characters and nonsense from the cartoon and comics. You got Shredder, you got Bebop and Rocksteady, you got Baxter Stockman, and if a sky full of spaceships doesn't mean Krang I don't know what does. Also, the look of the turtles in the new films never bothered me.

Christ, why are people so negative?
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PostSubject: Re: Movies   Movies - Page 37 Empty10/12/15, 10:46 pm

It's difficult to know what people are expecting from a Turtles film; something that eclipses Shakespeare, perhaps? Meh

In other news, I saw The Good Dinosaur a bit ago. I cried - the fourth time this ruddy year at a Pixar film. Embarrassed Whilst it's not Pixar's usual levels of quality, it looks amazing and has the feels.


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