General Discussion: Last film you saw?


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adidaskev
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1001 posts since 30/11/11

15 Feb 2015 15:05
Whiplash was quality. Shame my cinemas didn't have decent times and had to resort to streaming as would've been ever better on the big screen.

discobobulated
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1183 posts since 21/4/10

15 Feb 2015 15:46
Sharknado 2 is pretty good. Maybe not as good as the first one.
bertoni
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1506 posts since 29/9/11

15 Feb 2015 16:23
Jawdropping!
discobobulated
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1183 posts since 21/4/10

15 Feb 2015 16:58
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72RqpItxd8M

This looks promising.
Gizmo
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4406 posts since 20/10/09

15 Feb 2015 17:49
Laughing out loud Kung Führer
trailofdavid
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6334 posts since 14/8/09

18 Feb 2015 22:29
Selma. Fantasic, powerful cinema. David Oyelowo was great.

Plenty decent clobber for the RnR crew too
Mr.X.
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3181 posts since 23/6/13

posted 22 Feb 2015 21:17, edited 22 Feb 2015 21:17
Only Lovers Left. Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton are posh talking vampires. He's an influencial musician that's become suicidal and lives in Detroit and she reads classic books in Tangier. Hiddleston is deadpan throughout and there are some funny moments usually involving Ian, his rock n roll errand boy.

It was alright but a bit on the slow side.

Kung fu jungle (killer) - fast paced. Lots of great action scenes. Basic plot, nothing compared to some of the Korean films I've seen lately but still far more enjoyable than anything Hollywood makes. Disabled killer with special shoes that's an expert in martial arts is Laughing out loud .
carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

22 Feb 2015 21:34
About time

We are excited to announce the opening of the first-ever 4DX cinema in the UK at Cineworld Milton Keynes. Providing a revolutionary cinematic experience which stimulates all five senses, the new 4DX auditorium will include high-tech motion seats and special effects including wind, fog, lightning, bubbles, water, rain and scents, in both 2D and 3D formats. These effects work in perfect synchronicity with the action on screen – creating the most unmissable and exhilarating cinematic experience yet.

4DX is widely considered to be the biggest innovation in cinematic technology to date. Developed in South Korea by the CJ conglomerate, a leader in the Asian entertainment industry, this amazing, new experience was warmly adopted by the big Hollywood Studios.

With that support, more than 200 movies, including top blockbusters, have been screened in 4DX auditoriums, and a large number of movies will be released in a 4DX version in the UK. Operating in 150 auditoriums in 30 countries, 4DX recently received ‘Cinema Innovation of the Year’ award by I3DS (International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society) and has been highly praised by famous film directors such as Alfonso Cuaron of ‘Gravity’ fame, who showed interest in making future projects in 4DX.
Bennelli
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3461 posts since 25/5/11

22 Feb 2015 22:06
It might tickle all five senses, but my six sense tells me that's gonna be a load of pap.

Imagine watching Pirates Of The Caribbean 7, would be full of drinks flying about and lilly-livered twats puking their guts up.
http://youtu.be/Cp9sEMEeTtc

Watched this the other day

Yeah I know it's an anime but I'm a big fan of the director and his art style - good popcorn movie
carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

23 Feb 2015 07:49
True at Benn
carlos
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974 posts since 20/1/08

23 Feb 2015 11:45
How To Be a Man
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2479384/
trailofdavid
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6334 posts since 14/8/09

1 Mar 2015 12:42
Donnie Brasco. Why the fuck did Depp stopping taking roles like this and just do kooky garbage all the time
RickRude
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4116 posts since 13/1/12

1 Mar 2015 14:31
Black Sea - Law was ok but film moved very fast, casting was shocking. 5/10
carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

1 Mar 2015 15:49
Focus best I seen from Will Smith in a good while
jimmoleum
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1304 posts since 15/5/12

3 Mar 2015 10:41
Essential Killing - Strange action flick with zero dialogue. Bit of a Vincent Gallo fan or i probably would have turned this off after 30 mins. Directed by the geezer who did Deep End, which is a very good film. 4/10

L.A. Without A Map - Utter shite. Cant stand David Tennant, and it throws me that he looks like he should be a short arse but is actually over 6 ft. Gallos` acting is quite bad also. 1/10

Eraserhead - Always thought id seen this before but hadnt. Very amateur attempt at an 'art' film. Got to be the most over rated Director ever, never enjoy his films. 2/10

About Time - Nice little chick flick. I like the Gleeson boy, hes very good. Think he is going to show as a really great actor, big year for him. 7/10
illmurray
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587 posts since 18/4/12

4 Mar 2015 14:37
Watched Aguirre, The Wrath of God couple days ago and it is a really quality film. One of the most deranged lead performances ever. The film transmits the moods of mania and despair really well. Heard some great stories about Herzog too.
Mr.X.
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3181 posts since 23/6/13

7 Mar 2015 21:20
LA CONFIDENTIAL. I've been meaning to see it sincenit came out. I thought it was great. Basinger is such a slut… Wayne's world, this, 8 mile.
jimmoleum
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1304 posts since 15/5/12

7 Mar 2015 21:42
Been meaning to see it for 18 years? Must be good to get that monkey off your back.
Mr.X.
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3181 posts since 23/6/13

7 Mar 2015 22:24
One of those films where you remember the cover but something makes you go nah maybe another time.
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

7 Mar 2015 23:27
Pulled out In the Heat of Summer (1996) from my pile of unwatched Laserdiscs last night.

Four Hong Kong undercover cops hunt a rogue soldier. Good all round crime/action/drama from the best era of Hong Kong cinema imo.