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Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Mowgli, Mar 26, 2014.
Nah don't read reviews and categories. It's not a scary film.
American Werewolf In London
Brilliant film from the 1980's.
Been a while since I watched that one. Good choice.
Jenny Agutter was hot back then The scene in the pub where nobody would talk to strangers was like being here in Somerset
Ha ha i can imagine the same in some remote village in mid Wales when someone tries to order in English.
Noticed Rik Mayall in the pub scene.
Its a good film, and the old school transformation effects still hold up today. And oh yeah Jenny was hot, though I always thought it was Lesley Anne Down (who I REALLY liked!!) as the nurse. Must be thinking of another film.
Terrible movie but so so entertaining. Steve Buscemi was born to play a nonce.
An average thriller with a good cast of Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman and Tommy Lee Jones. 6.8/10.
Terrible? I love Con Air.
So do I but even I can admit it isn’t winning any awards.
That's because it came out in 1997.
It would win an award for being in the top 3 Cage films along with Gone in 60 seconds and The Weatherman (don’t judge I love that film).
**** off. (You know what I meant)
The Rock, Snake Eyes, Matchstick Men, Raising Arizona and Vampire's Kiss are much better. I also love the Wicker Man remake. It is awful, but completely worth watching for Nic Cage being so over the top!
Face/off is class too if only for the terrible premise.
I like The Rock but not as much as the 3 I named. I can take or leave both Snake Eyes and Matchstick Men. Never seen Raising Arizona though? That an older one of his?
Yeah. Coen brothers movie from the 80s.
Adaptation is the best Cage film. Like, for an actual good film. Not one that's loved because of how crap it is.