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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Rise of Skywalker. I loved it. Bittersweet moment though. I have been on that journey since I was five years old on opening night in 1977, and I canít believe itís finally finished ( well bar a myriad of spinoffs).
    Same here... I was five years old in Ď77 and Star Wars pretty much dominated my childhood and early teens... until I discovered footie, beer and women (natch).

    Iíd pretty much written off the saga as I thought the last two were unmitigated pap.

    Really enjoyed this one though! Go figure.


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    1917. Awesome. There's a family connection too I discovered at the end of the movie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by leedswolf View Post
    1917. Awesome. There's a family connection too I discovered at the end of the movie!
    Yeah, loved this. Tense as fuck. Really immersive cinema. Definitely one to be seen on a big screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leedswolf View Post
    1917. Awesome. There's a family connection too I discovered at the end of the movie!
    Need to go and see this - busy this week but if it's still at Frome next week will make the journey (cheap parking & only £4 a ticket is a bonus)
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    Dolemite Is My Name on Netflix. Really enjoyed this. I like Eddie Murphy when he's on form. Wesley Snipes is hilarious in it too.

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    1917 is an outstanding piece of cinema. Loved it.
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    Saw Just Mercy last night - cracking film about racism in American south, with some top quality acting.

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    Anyone seen Once upon a time in Hollywood? Iím a massive Tarantino fan, this was a bit odd but great ending lol


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    Saw Richard Jewell last night, which is a cracking film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablowolf View Post
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    Saw Richard Jewell last night, which is a cracking film.
    Yeah it's very good. Sam Rockwell is one of my favourite actors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilston_wolf View Post
    Anyone seen Once upon a time in Hollywood? I’m a massive Tarantino fan, this was a bit odd but great ending lol


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    Watched it the other night - very disappointing.

    It is pretty aimless and plotless and without the usual sharp Tarantino dialogue; although Brad Pitt is very good.

    All IMHO.

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    Watched it the other night - very disappointing.

    It is pretty aimless and plotless and without the usual sharp Tarantino dialogue; although Brad Pitt is very good.

    All IMHO.
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    John Wick 3. What a load of bollocks.
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    Uncut Gems on Netflix.

    Unbelievably irritating film. Sandler's performance was decent enough (though calls for an Oscar are just silly), but the film had already lost me 30 mins in. I managed to stick with it and the last 1/4 was good, but over an hour and a half of incredibly annoying people shouting over each other in every scene was the main thing I took away from it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    John Wick 3. What a load of bollocks.
    If you'd seen the first two, then what were you expecting?
    It's mindless action fun. I enjoyed it, but then I enjoyed the first two...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyDee View Post
    If you'd seen the first two, then what were you expecting?
    It's mindless action fun. I enjoyed it, but then I enjoyed the first two...
    I didnít expect to see Keanu Reaves triple piking over a shark.
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    Richard Jewell is very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bear View Post
    Uncut Gems on Netflix.

    Unbelievably irritating film. Sandler's performance was decent enough (though calls for an Oscar are just silly), but the film had already lost me 30 mins in. I managed to stick with it and the last 1/4 was good, but over an hour and a half of incredibly annoying people shouting over each other in every scene was the main thing I took away from it.
    Yeah, it's an odd one. Everyone in it is really annoying and the soundtrack is really grating. It's like everything has been set up to be as irritating as possible. But it did keep me watching to the end.

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    Not technically a Film, but this is good


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    Quote Originally Posted by SLA View Post
    Yeah, it's an odd one. Everyone in it is really annoying and the soundtrack is really grating. It's like everything has been set up to be as irritating as possible. But it did keep me watching to the end.
    Loved the soundtrack personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by playtheace View Post
    Loved the soundtrack personally.
    As music, yes. With loads of New Yorkers yelling continually over it, it got on my wick. But that was the idea so all good.

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    1917. Brilliant, but a very difficult watch.
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    Not a new film, but we watched Hidden Figures last night, about the black female mathematicians working on the US space program in the '60s. Highly enjoyable.

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    Uncut Gems, heard loads about how good it is - after watching the first hour the second half better be fucking amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    Uncut Gems, heard loads about how good it is - after watching the first hour the second half better be fucking amazing.
    It's incredibly marmite, I think.
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    I stuck through it but didn't particularly like it, though the last act was decent enough. The best bit of the film was his girlfriend's arse!
    Oh my god! Whitney's dead? How's Michael Jackson taking it?

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    Saw Birds of Prey earlier for some reason and really wish that I had not. Easily one of the worst films I have ever seen.

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    At least you could have a perve over Margot Robbie.

    I could've told you the film was going to be shite as soon as Ewan McGregor was cast.

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    Is it like Birds of a Feather ?
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