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Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Mowgli, Mar 26, 2014.
The Boy  - 5.5/10
Deadpool  - 8/10
The Mist  - 7/10
Dark Places  - 4/10
Bridge of spies 7.5/10
Captain Phillips 9/10
Tom hanks can act
I was glad I didn't know the story behind Captain Phillips, Threw up a few surprises. Great film.
Bridge Of Spies ... 7/10
The Lady - 8/10
I knew what the outcome was but didn't know the details, I agree made it a great watch
Tried way too hard to be funny & just ended up being annoying as f*ck. Some half decent action scenes save it from being a 3/10
10 Cloverfield Lane.
A young woman driving alone gets involved in a car accident and wakes up in a bunker that Howard, played brilliantly by John Goodman, has built in preparation for a nuclear attack that he now says has happened and it's not safe to go outside. It's a sort of follow up to Cloverfield from years ago without actually having much to do with that movie.
I've been away for a while so uh...
Very good take on survivor's guilt, with Hutton, Sutherland, Tyler-Moore and Hirsch all putting in strong performances. Not quite good enough to beat Raging Bull for an Oscar IMO but I can see why the Academy went for it.
Thought it was crap when I saw it at the cinema and it's still crap.
Cheap, but not totally horrific sequel to the original Fortress. Lacked a budget and a director of Stuart Gordon's quality, but still a decent sci-fi prison break film.
Zootropolis - 8/10
Solid Disney affair, well written, paced and voiced.
It's sad to think this is Paul Walker's final film as it is a complete and utter mess. Jumping! Drugs! Guns! Three plots! No logical conclusions! Did I mention jumping?
He was in alot of shit films, mostly shit films tbh.
Ant Man 6/10
It wasn't the worst.
That's a fair enough point, one of the few non F&F films of his I liked was Joy Ride.
why isn't F&F 7 his final film? or do u mean completed film? that reminds me
Fast & furious 7 - 6.5/10
saw this a week ago. it is what it is- never gonna be a classic but still full of crazy action scenes, OTT stunts, fast cars, uneccessary ass shots and hilariously bad quips. still a decent laugh though.
more importantly the last 5 minutes was a nice touch to paul walker. liked the little montage and the message at the end. they did a good job with the screen trickery because I barely noticed him looking any different right to the end.
Brick Mansions was the last film he filmed to completion.
Really enjoyable film shot in one single continous take across an early morning in Berlin. Victoria, a runaway Spainish girl meets four German guys outside a nightclub and it follows them and their escapades over two hours between roughly 4AM and 7AM that morning. Really well done. Spanish directors seem to have different views to American/British directors when it comes to how films are shot and it works excellently in this.
Is it in English or Spanish? Sounds like my kind of film.
It's in mostly in German/English. I can't recall Victoria speaking much, if any Spanish.
The Boy - 4/10 - God this was bad the scene when the old couple put the rocks in their pockets and walk into the sea was tragic the only saving grace was Lauren Cohan.
Finally saw it in my mates last night and it was pretty much what I expected it to be. It made me chuckle a couple of times, but was moreorless a flat-line otherwise. The action was fine, but when you have moreorless invincible heroes, battles have no stakes whatsoever.
There was a moment when I pre-empted a gag when Deadpool visits the X-Men mansion, Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead answer the door, I turned to a mate and said 'Are these the only two X-Men they could get permission to use or something?' a second before Deadpool said pretty much the same thing
I guess I was on the same page as the writers there, but a lot of the gags felt forced. I really do not get why this movie was touted as being one of the most hysterical movies in recent years.