15 Jan 2012 16:22
you dont have to just watch films people talk about on here ??
just been to pictures to see 'the artist'. cool dog. good.
i read louise brooks autobiography thing last year and it talks about it all in that (about when 'talkies' started happening). it's interesting.
15 Jan 2012 23:53
Knuckle. Good! Recognised a few faces from the wedding programmes too.
16 Jan 2012 00:22
Moneyball. Really good, Pitt and Hill work well together.
16 Jan 2012 10:41
Saw it last night; very good film. It's quite raunchy and the scenes are pretty full on at times, first time I've seen a film that graphic in the cinema in the afternoon.
Also saw Mission Impossible 4 last week which was rubbish. Wasn't really expecting much though.
16 Jan 2012 11:02
Also watched Shame yesterday. It was Sunday afternoon and only about 10 people in the cinema. One person walked out before it got too graphic. My girlfriend nearly did too, although taking about it afterwards, she said she felt like she was watching porn in public, which isn't really the point. When it ended the few people that were in the cinema seemed glued to their seats. Nobody wanted to be the first to get up and leave. It's difficult watching but a good film if you can get past the shock and can deal with questioning your own notions of morality, especially with the scenes between Brandon and his sister
16 Jan 2012 11:12
Restrepo. Not sure whether I liked it or not. Pretty hard to watch.
16 Jan 2012 11:16
I don't think I've ever come close to walking out of a cinema - wanna see it now.
16 Jan 2012 11:16
Freinds with benefits and bad teacher for a saturday night with mates. i enjoyed them both, i like justin timberlake as an actor
war horse was ok, nice story and the horse was a fucking good actor
16 Jan 2012 12:01
Just make sure you don't go and see it with your mum
16 Jan 2012 13:26
pretty old film, but i really enjoyed 'naked' - well worth a watch if you havent seen it.
Loved the atmosphere, dialogue and david thewlis' styling was great too