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What movie did you just finish watching? (NO SPOILERS PLEASE)

Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Mowgli, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. Mowgli

    Mowgli Registered User

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    Man Of Fire (2004)
    A brilliant thriller starring Denzel Washington,Christopher Walken and Dakota Fanning. 8.8/10.
     
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    StretfordEnd Fools can be kings
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    Man on Fire, good film as you say, I haven't seen it for a while.
     
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    Really enjoyed Men - british horror fillm.
     
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    Oops :fail:
     
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    The Northman.
    A bit "trippy" but I was engaged enough to stick with it. Would have been a bit underwhelmed if I'd seen it at the cinema. There were some nice scenery shots, but overall, it was a watchable but slightly disappointing experience at best. 5/10.
     
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    The Woman King

    Harking back to how historical epics used to be made ,Viola Davis offers a dutiful performance but the rising star that is Thuso Mbedu and Lashana Lynch's bond in this completely grab your attention and ensure you're invested in their characters.

    Thoroughly enjoyed it.

     
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    Saw Black Adam. Went with zero expectations and was passable at best.

    Also watched Kantara, which was goosebump inducing and rare to see Indic/local traditions being celebrated.
     
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    Panja In a land down under

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    Futile?
     
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    MrLeeLemon 50+1

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    Dogtooth (2009) - 9/10

    Really, really brilliant film. Beautifully shot despite basically being shot in just two locations. A great and interesting premise that is very well acted, very slow moving but it makes total sense. One of those European art films that just hits the notes right in terms of weirdness, everything feels very thought through even though it probably wasn't in many cases - which is cool.

    Made by the guy who went onto to create The Lobster, Killing of a Sacred Deer, and The Favourite.
     
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    Beneath Hill 60 (2010)
    A fine film based on the true story of The 1st Australian Tunnel Company who dug under German trenches to detonate massive bombs in 1916 on The Western Front. 8/10.
     

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