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Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Mowgli, Mar 26, 2014.
Yeah that’s the sort of film that even with rave reviews I’d avoid. Ridiculous storyline.
I liked it.
That says it all. Will be avoiding like the plague.
Don’t get me wrong it’s mental but I have an imagination unlike some others.
Background 'noise' whilst working from home, made a change to the usual never ending 'food porn' or 'house porn' background noise
Daffuq? sounds absolutely bizarre
A daft Sci - Fi film starring Guy Pearce. 6/10.
Bizzare can sometimes be fun and interesting - sadly this is neither
That sounds interesting - is it on Pay-Per-View?
After his wife and injured daughter disappear from the emergency room, a man becomes convinced the hospital is hiding something.
Sam Worthington is pretty good in this and the ending was unexpected but also kind of made sense. Reminded me a bit of that Jodie Foster movie on a plane (Flightplan was it?)
Decent mystery flick
Sky channel 140 .... Hours of James Martin
El Camino. Was just like an average episode of Breaking Bad, very underwhelming.
A great cast of Tom Hardy,Gary Oldman and Shia LaBeouf in a film based on a true story about 3 brotheres who set up a moonshine business during prohibition, a violent film well worth a watch. 8/10.
Mission Impossible - Fallout
Excellent film, the best of the series so far. Tom Cruise has done a lot of crap but he's absolutely nailed it as Ethan Hunt in these MI movies. An excellent cast that seem to work together well and they've signed for another two after this.
Love this film.
Enjoyed this too. And I said exactly the same about Flightplan.
Captain Kidd (1945)
Ropey swashbuckler about the pirate. Laughton was always brilliant and the greed in his eyes when thinking of all that treasure was mesmerising. Big gay Randolph Scott is the guy who foils his plans however and was completely miscast as an English noble with a thick American accent.
Some amazing images. Decent documentary and worth a watch if you're into that sort of thing. Its currently on Prime.
Seen Voyager docs before and Carl Sagan was always great to listen to. One of those brilliant scientists who were equally great orators like Richard Feyman or Jacob Bronowski. Don't do Amazon, but any doc that promotes the wonder of space and the universe is fine by me.
Its on youtube as well mate
He actually killed them halfway through the movie like everyone had suspected and it was all in his head. So he rescued that other kid because his brain told him it was them. His wife and daughter were never in the hospital at all.