General Discussion: Last film you saw?


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JeffreyDahmer
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29 posts since 29/12/11

9 Jan 2012 01:50
Just started on the original Wicker Man - looks good so far… Never saw this nor the Nicholas Cage remake but heard good things about the original…
Byte
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2904 posts since 16/6/10

9 Jan 2012 08:47
Netflix in the UK finally launched Cool

http://www.engadget.com/2012/01/09/netflix-officially-announces-uk-ireland-launch/
india
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5661 posts since 31/10/05

9 Jan 2012 09:14
bruk, i saw cell 211. was pretty good.

i watched a film called 'the hunters' the other day. so shit. worth watching to see how bad it is then reading the imdb reviews.

watched a few yesterday. that 'lonely place to die' i didnt really like. thought it was going to be up in the mountains all the time but they just kept changing it??

film that i thought it would be like that (from the trailers) called 'king of the mountain' is better.
D4N
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3070 posts since 27/9/06

9 Jan 2012 11:31

Been waiting ages for this Cool
YLAup
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5110 posts since 5/9/11

9 Jan 2012 14:13
D4N wrote:
Been waiting ages for this Cool

Free month trial for all new UK users Cool . One for the Bargain/coupon/pikey class thread.


YLAup
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5110 posts since 5/9/11

10 Jan 2012 00:08
Hunger - This straight 17 minute dialogue scene is Eek Cool
Gone baby gone on Netflix - Awesome film, depressing subject matter.
gawkrodger
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7488 posts since 4/11/08

10 Jan 2012 00:13
Hunger is excellent
rural
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17518 posts since 26/9/06

10 Jan 2012 00:14
Gawk in liking Anti British establishment film subject matter! Jawdropping!
bruk
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3522 posts since 2/11/06

10 Jan 2012 00:16
india wrote: bruk, i saw cell 211. was pretty good.

just watched this, definitely worth a look but nowhere near as good as a Prophet
Ciaran
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883 posts since 18/4/10

10 Jan 2012 00:18
YLAup wrote: Hunger - This straight 17 minute dialogue scene is Eek Cool

Really lookin forward to Shame. Fassebender is such a boss and rate McQueen so highly, amazing director
yellowpages
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2115 posts since 11/6/10

10 Jan 2012 00:34
Going to a preview of Shame tomorrow night which is followed by a live satellite Q&A with the writer & director after the film. If there's a Cineworld near you, they might be doing the same thing.
takinglives
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565 posts since 13/10/05

10 Jan 2012 00:39
In a similar vein to Hunger, 50 Dead Men Walking was on iplayer the other day, some dodgy Belfast accents but worth watching for Jim Sturgess' performance
Ciaran
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883 posts since 18/4/10

10 Jan 2012 01:06
^no offense but I thought 50 dead men walking was pure shite, story is just no good at all
Ciaran
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883 posts since 18/4/10

10 Jan 2012 01:16
yellowpages wrote: Going to a preview of Shame tomorrow night which is followed by a live satellite Q&A with the writer & director after the film. If there's a Cineworld near you, they might be doing the same thing.
Thats Cool Na no cineworld in Bristol..gutted. Let me know how it was though man
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

10 Jan 2012 06:31
Warrior. Rocky style film. Really decent! Cool
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

10 Jan 2012 11:20
looking forward to this, the future of cinema is looking good.
http://www.odeon.co.uk/thelounge/
carl lewis
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23623 posts since 14/10/04

10 Jan 2012 11:38
Locks they need to do something losing bare customers to cineworld
MuayThaiPimp
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7925 posts since 10/8/11

10 Jan 2012 11:47
I thought 50 dead men was shit as well, hunger was really good though, add me to that list as well rural Smiling
watched Snowtown last night, fucking hell, wasn't expecting that, amazing, proper dark though, watched chopper as well, eric bana is a boss in it, gonna check out cell 211, haven't heard of it, but a prophet was a classic
NumBerS
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3334 posts since 5/3/04

10 Jan 2012 12:47
Noble Locks wrote: looking forward to this, the future of cinema is looking good.
http://www.odeon.co.uk/thelounge/

theres something like this here in Cheltenham with cineworld

http://www.thescreeningrooms.co.uk/gallery

Nice experience, steep.

Sayword
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5082 posts since 1/4/07

10 Jan 2012 15:11
we have plenty of those, only awesome thing is the over priced beer and alcohol