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Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Mowgli, Mar 26, 2014.
i'll watch this tonight and report back
****ing told you.
"No Steve I'm not going to watch this your taste is shit".
Spose you had to get one right x
90% of the time it is tbf
This was an exception. Good watch.
Fighting With My Family. Not really a fan of wrestling but I quite enjoyed this.
Mrs dragged me to see it. It was ok, kids will like it. Not something I'd go see willingly. 5/10.
Of course not. But put a man in tight pants in it and you’ll go and see it twice.
Atonement (2007). Really enjoyed this, very sad too. 8/10
Cold Pursuit (2019)
Liam Neeson in an average at best revenge film. 5.8/10.
If that was an extended bonus episode of Breaking Bad released not long after the Finale then i'd have said it was excellent. Unfortunately it's not and it's a feature length film released years later. For that reason it was a bit of a let down. It very much had a feel of a long Breaking Bad episode but nowhere near enough happened for it to be a film in even though it was 2 hours long. The franchise (as it's become) needs to be left well alone now imo. I won't be entertaining any more from it anyway.
Decent bonus episode. No more, no less. 7/10
Terminator: Dark Fate.
Terrible. Derivative Terminator sequel (few fresh ideas, if any) and a direct insult to the ending/legacy of T2. Pointless and insulting entry. My opinion.
It's time to accept "The Terminator" as a standalone mid'80s classic, with Arnold at his legendary best, plus an early '90s high-concept sequel that only got made because Arnold said "what if we make a sequel with the T-800 as the hero, not the baddie?" and Cameron said "hmmm, ok".
Yeah only seen the original and T2, and kind of glad I have as by the sounds of things none of the rest are worth watching. Same with Predator 1 and 2, and the Alien saga.
Genisys was dire, I'll not bother with this new one. A lot of people dont like Salvation but thought it was excellent.
I've never been a Beatles fan but I enjoyed this, Himesh Patel is superb as the struggling singer songwriter who wakes up one day to find the Beatles never happened. Kudos to Ed Sheeran too, he can act!
The King's Choice
A Norwegian film about Norway being invaded by the Nazis during the war and whether the king should accept their terms and have his country subjugated or decline and risk the lives of his countrymen battling it out.
Pretty good. Gave a good sense of the noose tightening over the monarchs neck as he and his family are moved all over the country for safety with a few near misses and the decision he'll have to make.
Probably the worst film I’ve ever seen.
Oh I really liked it mate x
I didn't understand the ending, perhaps i'm just thick
Any suggestions girls ?