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  • riceNpea 10 Jan 2018 15:43:44 937 posts
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    @Derblington hahaha It was clear to me, sublimal to those who not aware of the film's inspiration. Im not doimg a good job of being clear, soz

    Edited by riceNpea at 15:44:31 10-01-2018
  • Tonka 10 Jan 2018 20:23:17 26,890 posts
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    Battleship tho. Now THAT'S subliminal!
  • retro74 10 Jan 2018 21:55:42 2,175 posts
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    Ragnor wrote:
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

    6/10
    That's a well written review but I'd try and cut down on some of the detail next time 😃
  • RichDC 11 Jan 2018 08:50:43 7,616 posts
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    Power Rangers

    Takes a while to get going but when it finally does (for about the last 30 minutes) is actually very fun and knowing, clearly aimed at those who grew up with the original series and doesn't shit over the memories like Transformers does.

    Go Go Power Rangers /10
  • ModoX 11 Jan 2018 08:57:51 3,018 posts
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    Hmm, do I actually need to try and watch Power Rangers? I loved it as a kid but...
  • GarlVinland 11 Jan 2018 09:20:29 2,425 posts
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    Slither - 7/10

    A couple of notches down in the horror comedy canon from Evil Dead and Tucker and Dale. Still pretty decent. Nathan Fillion is always good value.

    History of Violence - 9/10

    Sublime. Viggo Mortenson is so damn good in this.
  • Dougs 11 Jan 2018 09:47:14 84,253 posts
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    Ah man, I'd forgotten about History of Violence. That was ace.
  • anephric 11 Jan 2018 09:50:39 2,779 posts
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    I know it's based on a graphic novel, but I could never get past how cartoonish A History of Violence gets in the second act.
  • FilthyAnimal 11 Jan 2018 09:59:06 196 posts
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    The English Patient 5/10

    Typical pseudo-arthouse wankery.

    Despite having read the book many, many years ago and hearing great things about the film (among which how it won nine Oscars), I'd never seen it until yesterday. I was roundly disappointed by the way the film focused on the hollow romance to the detriment of the other vastly more interesting characters. The overacting of the otherwise dependable Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche was also grating.

    Mind you, it's a shame how Naveen Andrews doesn't seem to get much recognition for his much more nuanced supporting performance.

    Edited by FilthyAnimal at 09:59:31 11-01-2018
  • GarlVinland 11 Jan 2018 10:02:09 2,425 posts
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    Love the way Viggo subtly modulates his performance as the film goes on. Exceptional performance. William Hurt seems to have wandered in from another movie but he's tons of fun.
  • Chug666 11 Jan 2018 10:45:04 357 posts
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    Finally got round to watching Mindhorn, and I'm glad I did. Felt like the sort of film some people would hate, but I'm immature so wallowed in the stupidity, which was made more enjoyable by pizza, beer and similarly immature friends to watch it with.

    8/10
  • thelzdking 11 Jan 2018 12:12:05 6,621 posts
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    FilthyAnimal wrote:
    The English Patient 5/10

    Typical pseudo-arthouse wankery.

    Despite having read the book many, many years ago and hearing great things about the film (among which how it won nine Oscars), I'd never seen it until yesterday. I was roundly disappointed by the way the film focused on the hollow romance to the detriment of the other vastly more interesting characters. The overacting of the otherwise dependable Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche was also grating.

    Mind you, it's a shame how Naveen Andrews doesn't seem to get much recognition for his much more nuanced supporting performance.
    You should have gone to see Sack Lunch instead.
  • Tomo 11 Jan 2018 22:16:18 15,679 posts
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    Julia's Eyes - 2/10

    Should've learnt my lesson with The Orphanage when it comes to Del Toro slapping his names on films. Absolute guff. Watched most of it at 1.5x speed just to get it over with. Amazed at the RottenTomatoes rating...
  • nickthegun 11 Jan 2018 22:20:38 72,328 posts
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    Chug666 wrote:
    Finally got round to watching Mindhorn, and I'm glad I did. Felt like the sort of film some people would hate, but I'm immature so wallowed in the stupidity, which was made more enjoyable by pizza, beer and similarly immature friends to watch it with.

    8/10
    I *really* wanted to like it a lot more than I did. I just thought big chunks of it were pretty boring and it wasn’t as funny as it should have been. I think it could have made a good hour long tv special or something.
  • Dougs 12 Jan 2018 07:25:17 84,253 posts
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    I liked it. I liked the quirky Britishness of it. But it definitely had its flat points and was a bit hit and miss. Seen far worse though.

    Got Dunkirk arriving today. Looking forward to that.
  • Addy_B 12 Jan 2018 08:23:50 2,463 posts
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    Jigsaw

    Yet another entry in the saw franchise.
    5 people unwittingly find themselves in a new deadly game but Jigsaw died 10 years ago....or did he?

    Now these films are always a guilty pleasure of mine. Total bobbins but I liked the setup, and they have always been Halloween fodder for the wife and myself, and I guess we are sickos for anticipating how people are going to meet their end.

    As much of a fan I am of the series, they flogged that dead horse for far too long and this is yet another cash in. Main issue I have is that it's boring. The main game itself is dull, the traps are uninspiring and I couldn't really give a shit about it. I only wanted to know what the twist would be, and when that was revealed my mind was already elsewhere.

    Being a horrible film buff I've seen a LOT worse. It's probably as good as I expected.

    5/10

    Edited by Addy_B at 08:25:03 12-01-2018
  • Decks Best Forumite, 2016 12 Jan 2018 22:39:05 11,914 posts
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    King Kong: The New One

    It was alright I guess. It was loud and lots of stuff happened. Lots of noises and colours. None of the munsters had any real character, King Kong included. John C. Reilly was pretty good. And I enjoyed Brie Larson vest a lot. I've drank some rum so when all the stuff happened I was like "yeah stuffs really happening now" but then some other stuff happened and then it finished. Also King Kongs arse looks weird when he's walking away. Like it hasn't been animated properly. So yeah.

    NO SCORE.
  • LittleSparra 12 Jan 2018 23:29:57 7,363 posts
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    Arrival.

    Was good.
  • damagedinc 12 Jan 2018 23:30:19 2,634 posts
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    3 billboards outside ebbing misasori

    Utterly brilliant, dark, funny, emotional and raw sometimes life isn't wrapped up in a little bow, sometimes people arnt just good or bad and instead, something inbetween.

    Great story, sharp dialogue and a very entertaining evenings viewing 

    3 billboards + 87 more out of 100
  • Dougs 12 Jan 2018 23:41:46 84,253 posts
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    Get Out. 7.5/10, enjoyed that muchly. A decent take on the genre and more than a little unsettling. Good stuff.
  • Zomoniac 12 Jan 2018 23:43:30 9,512 posts
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    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    What user damagedinc said. Very dark, very funny and very good.

    92
  • Negan 12 Jan 2018 23:55:25 454 posts
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    @Decks

    What rum were you drinking?

    Helps determine the review.
  • Decks Best Forumite, 2016 13 Jan 2018 00:03:47 11,914 posts
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    It was Sailor Jerry spiced rum. I'm new to rum drinking so I'm not sure if that's frowned upon by rum drinkers. But it was very nice.
  • Negan 13 Jan 2018 00:41:13 454 posts
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    Sailor Jerry's is always a good choice. If you like that see if you can get your hands on some cloven hoof. Really tasty

    Taking into account the rum you were drinking, I am guessing you thought the film was really a 6/10
  • Negan 13 Jan 2018 00:45:26 454 posts
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    Bit of a side track, but if you want good rum go to Cuba. It's the nectar of the God's.

    Some homeless child makes it from the sweat of his younger sister who works in a cigar factory 20hrs a day.

    Its the secret ingredient.
  • spindle9988 13 Jan 2018 02:37:50 4,650 posts
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    Rum 3/10

    Only go to it if there is nothing left.
  • Mola_Ram 13 Jan 2018 09:07:50 16,880 posts
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    Silence

    Pretty funny that a director like Scorcese could make a movie called "Silence", given that most of his modern movies are about people yelling at each other. But I digress...

    This one is about Jesuit missionaries in 17th century Japan. It's slow, spiritual and striking in its beauty. Stars Adam Driver (who looks like he's starving), Liam Neeson, and the dreamy Asano Tadanobu.

    9.2/10
  • RelaxedMikki 13 Jan 2018 09:22:29 2,349 posts
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    @Decks

    Get some of the aged (brown coloured) Havana Club.

    It's distilled in Cuba by socialists using sugar cane and good karma. I love it.
  • Decks Best Forumite, 2016 13 Jan 2018 09:34:22 11,914 posts
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    £140 a bottle?!
  • Decks Best Forumite, 2016 13 Jan 2018 09:35:23 11,914 posts
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    Oh you can get it cheaper.
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