General Discussion: Last film you saw?


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carl lewis
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30 Jan 2019 18:25
caol87 wrote: Bo Raps, liked it a-lot

Think you can beat the drop?
MLI
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4486 posts since 6/10/09

31 Jan 2019 07:54
God Bless ODA 574
MLI
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4486 posts since 6/10/09

31 Jan 2019 08:11
Just watched Sicario. This is one of the only decent films made in the last decade. Good shit.
caol87
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2049 posts since 28/6/14

31 Jan 2019 12:02
carl lewis wrote:
caol87 wrote: Bo Raps, liked it a-lot

Think you can beat the drop?

You talking about Fulham? if so, then its going to be a tough ask, i think if we'd lost the other night against Brighton then we'd have been down there and then i reckon, needed that win to stand any chance of avoiding the drop, we'll see though, will be an interesting last few months of the season
Mr.X.
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2866 posts since 23/6/13

31 Jan 2019 13:50
A Star is Born.

Having seen BoRap at the Cinema before Xmas I’m really glad I wasn’t cajoled into seeing this instead.

Bradley Copper looks like a young Jeff Lebowski, pretty cool until he opens his mouth. Ironically his mate is played by Sam Elliot. Gaga is a narcissist, Copper is a Nick Nolte level mumbler. A Bad Romance. Avoid.
toin
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1718 posts since 1/4/13

31 Jan 2019 14:26
Roma yesterday, pretty good but not worth the hype imo.
TCB
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posted 31 Jan 2019 14:31, edited 31 Jan 2019 14:31
Been banging on about this for a while but Cold War is the best foreign film I've seen in ages. That and Shoplifters.
padawan
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4085 posts since 27/6/03

31 Jan 2019 14:35
Thought the same bout ASIB twas all a bit MEH!
Spiderverse however was amazing - Visuals really next level - held together with a good plot - loads of easter eggs etc - agree with Kermode saying it felt like the next jump forward in animation ala Roger Rabbit!
MLI
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4486 posts since 6/10/09

1 Feb 2019 07:12
padawan wrote: the next jump forward in animation ala Roger Rabbit!

Roger Rabbit was nothing that hadn't been done before in like the '40s in stuff like Song of the South..
Oasisunit
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5169 posts since 8/5/03

1 Feb 2019 21:59
Beautiful boy - Beautiful film…. In particular Timothée Chalamet deserves all the awards for this one
MLI
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4486 posts since 6/10/09

3 Feb 2019 07:16
Sicario 2 was cool but Josh Brolin is fucking short. Looks like a fucking midget is running CIA black ops, dumb..
MoB
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36707 posts since 31/8/04

3 Feb 2019 09:12
About 5 years ago channel 5 did a documentary about freddie mercury, it was part talking heads/part scripted/part footage. It was an ridiculous, some of the wigs used were insane and the acting was so so bad. As bad as it was it was better than BoRap.



https://vimeo.com/192388830
Oasisunit
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5 Feb 2019 06:27
^need to check that out old mob… Thought Bohemian Rhapsody was great tho not even a Queen fan but had goosebumps at the end (saw in cinema)
illwill
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3717 posts since 17/5/04

5 Feb 2019 09:55
Liam Neeson is megafucked Laughing out loud

What the fuck was he thinking?
TROYBOY
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563 posts since 28/2/12

5 Feb 2019 10:13
the journalist must have thought "fuck me, im getting a promotion with this story!!"
illwill
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posted 5 Feb 2019 11:48, edited 5 Feb 2019 11:48
That feeling in your nutsack when you get dealt pocket aces.
TROYBOY
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563 posts since 28/2/12

5 Feb 2019 12:04
…….And youve been raised pre-flop
illwill
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5 Feb 2019 12:22
Laughing out loud
Mr.X.
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posted 5 Feb 2019 15:58, edited 5 Feb 2019 15:58
Glass - The sequel to Unbreakable/Split
Tough going with all McAvoy's schizophrenia. The end was great, Samuel L Jackson on form.

The Favourite
Emma Stone's character is not my favourite but Rachel Weisz's character was and she's clearly aged in a good way. Was it Mob who had a strong dislike for her?

The Green Book
An Italian/American gets a job as a driver for a prominent black pianist called Don Shirely. They go on tour throughout America during the 60s. Lots of black humour… the camaraderie between Mortensen and Ali is very watchable.

Can you Ever Firgive Me?
Richard E. Grant did his best to revive Withnail, so wouldn’t give him an Oscar.
Download this illegally and watch it on a Tv through a USB…
caol87
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posted 5 Feb 2019 16:48, edited 5 Feb 2019 16:48
Oasisunit wrote: ^need to check that out old mob… Thought Bohemian Rhapsody was great tho not even a Queen fan but had goosebumps at the end (saw in cinema)

Yeah, never really been a big Queen fan myself also before seeing Bo Rhap, but was intrigued to see it, thought it was great, Rami Malek did a great job of Freddie Mercury

I'm from Ealing and thats where he met and formed Queen at Ealing College, small world, nice to see some early scenes showing all that. My old man used to see him around these parts alot back in the day in the local pubs and visited his and Roger Taylor's stall at Kensington market