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  • Deckard1 17 Jul 2012 15:07:50 28,264 posts
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    I killed a homeless guy once.
  • Deckard1 17 Jul 2012 15:19:49 28,264 posts
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    Probably the theme to Jaws
  • Tom_Servo 17 Jul 2012 16:16:24 17,990 posts
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    Here's a question that probably answers itself: should I watch Captain America or The Thin Red Line?

    Anyway, I watched The Lives of Others. Very good film. 8/10, I think.
  • kalel 17 Jul 2012 16:18:08 87,933 posts
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    Does sort of depend what you're looking for but The Thin Red Line is obviously infinitely better.
  • monkehhh 17 Jul 2012 18:25:52 3,360 posts
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    Thin Red Line is a wandering poem on the nature of war, Captain America is a reasonable superhero movie - bit different :)
  • Deleted user 17 July 2012 18:41:01
    Derblington wrote:
    blacksea wrote:
    How's it compare to Open Water. Open Water is ok, although it does feel a bit cheap. I think the sharks were real in that one.
    Haven't seen Open Water so can't say. The Reef was made on a budget but it impressed me massively on what it does; real Footage of a white shark imposed into the actors' space and it's very well done.
    I'm intrigued to see the white shark imposed. I'm going to have to watch it now!
  • Deckard1 17 Jul 2012 18:46:31 28,264 posts
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    The Reef is great imo, though I am a bit gay for sharks.
  • beastmaster 17 Jul 2012 19:11:51 11,451 posts
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    Total Recall (Paul Verhoven supervised Blu-Ray transfer) - 10/10

    I love this film and the brand new transfer is something to behold. Really quite incredible. If you love the film, get this. Then "Get your ass to Mars!".

    The Resident Evil films. I'm one of the reasons they keep making them.

  • LionheartDJH 17 Jul 2012 22:00:10 19,486 posts
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    Attack the Block - 7/10

    Much better than I expected it to be. Decent new spin on the alien invasion scenario and I liked how the characters develop throughout, especially how you hate them for the thugs they are at the start but end up rooting for them later on. The main guy was pretty good IMO and there were a few laughs.

    She dives for cheese pasties

  • SolidSCB 17 Jul 2012 22:09:43 6,774 posts
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    beastmaster wrote:
    Total Recall (Paul Verhoven supervised Blu-Ray transfer) - 10/10

    I love this film and the brand new transfer is something to behold. Really quite incredible. If you love the film, get this. Then "Get your ass to Mars!".
    Just seen the advert on TV and got all giddy. On reading this I'll definitely be picking this up to replace my vanilla SD version. Cheers.
  • Tom_Servo 17 Jul 2012 22:11:47 17,990 posts
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    Captain America: The First Avenger - 6/10

    The Marvel films are generally quite odd. Apart from the first Spider-Man film, I can't think of any I've seen that were really that great. Usually the best thing I can say about them is that they didn't totally suck.

    Captain America is much the same. I liked the style and setting of it and it had a couple of decent bits, but it was fairly by-the-numbers apart from that. There were also some scenes that didn't really make any sense, unless I missed something (so Cap got out of the exploding building how, exactly?).

    Also, I had to laugh at the only scene that tried to discuss what effect the experiment had on him was when he revealed he couldn't get drunk. I would've liked a bit more in that area, and it was a shame it was something totally skipped over. What about the sudden change from being a short weakling to being a massive muscle-bound guy? There was surely something halfway interesting to be said on that.

    edit: Oh yeah, and I thought it was really under-lit too. Had a real struggle seeing what was going on in some of the darker scenes. May well have been my telly, but I don't struggle seeing anything else on it.

    Edited by Tom_Servo at 22:25:33 17-07-2012
  • caligari 17 Jul 2012 22:23:52 17,061 posts
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    Whip It - 80% - Juno on skates. Really enjoyable - if a little confusing and predictable (confusingly predictable).

    Also needed far more Juliette Lewis!
  • Deleted user 17 July 2012 22:32:57
    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Captain America: The First Avenger - 6/10

    The Marvel films are generally quite odd. Apart from the first Spider-Man film, I can't think of any I've seen that were really that great. Usually the best thing I can say about them is that they didn't totally suck.
    Heh, you raise a very good point here. I love comic book films so get insanely excited for them but in general they really are all a bit mediocre. Still enjoy them but the hype is always more exciting than the finished product in the end. Guess they can't all be Batman.
  • craigy Staff 17 Jul 2012 22:38:21 7,692 posts
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    Step Up 2: The Streets -- 4/10

    Hilarious movie. So many white people acting their approximation of "street" (yo dawg, for real, mah crew, etc). Gains points for having Keema from The Wire in a supporting role, and for having a surprise cameo and dance off with Channing Tatum in the first act.
  • sirtacos 18 Jul 2012 05:51:17 7,287 posts
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    The Reef

    I wanted to yell "STOP TRYING TO STARE DOWN THE SHARK, JUST SWIM, you stupid cunts!".
    The actors are all unsympathetic twats who deserve to die. I'm exaggerating, kinda - I was behind them for a good portion of the film, but after a while I stopped caring and became a psychopath.

    The movie did manage to instil me with some appreciation of the horrors of being lost at sea. And the actors do a good job, once exposition is out of the way and the film settles into a nice pace of blood-curdling screams of terror.

    4/10

    Edited by sirtacos at 09:40:52 18-07-2012
  • Blakester 18 Jul 2012 09:10:31 3,630 posts
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    Martha Marcy May Marlene

    One of the most effective and affecting horror film I think I've ever seen.

    Haunting, beautiful and chilling to the bone. Highly recommended.

    85%

    When you can't see the angles on the wall you're in trouble.

  • Ignatius_Cheese Moderator 18 Jul 2012 09:22:12 10,856 posts
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    @craigy
    You got your 3DTV ready for Step Up 3D??

    Oh, and guess what I'm going to see tomorrow night? Oh yeah!
  • craigy Staff 18 Jul 2012 09:24:26 7,692 posts
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    @Ignatius_Cheese no joke, I'm super pumped for Step Up 4. It looks incredible!
  • Mr-Brett 18 Jul 2012 09:30:29 12,805 posts
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    How is all this stepping up sustainable? surely you eventually need to step down?

    Level 37 Social Justice Warrior

  • dr_swin 18 Jul 2012 09:32:48 4,893 posts
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    Blakester wrote:
    Martha Marcy May Marlene

    One of the most effective and affecting horror film I think I've ever seen.

    Haunting, beautiful and chilling to the bone. Highly recommended.

    85%
    It's no hindrance that Elizabeth Olsen is smoking hot as well.
  • Load_2.0 18 Jul 2012 09:33:54 19,359 posts
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    Mr-Brett wrote:
    How is all this stepping up sustainable? surely you eventually need to step down?
    That is saved for the prequels.
  • smoothpete 18 Jul 2012 09:44:51 31,536 posts
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    Homicide: Step Up To The Street
  • ElNuevo9 18 Jul 2012 10:17:49 13,444 posts
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    mowgli wrote:
    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Captain America: The First Avenger - 6/10

    The Marvel films are generally quite odd. Apart from the first Spider-Man film, I can't think of any I've seen that were really that great. Usually the best thing I can say about them is that they didn't totally suck.
    Heh, you raise a very good point here. I love comic book films so get insanely excited for them but in general they really are all a bit mediocre. Still enjoy them but the hype is always more exciting than the finished product in the end. Guess they can't all be Batman.

    The first Iron Man is excellent.

    Hated, adored, never ignored.

  • Machetazo 18 Jul 2012 10:34:52 6,372 posts
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    Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe. 9/10
    I watched this to get some idea of what the series might be like. This special/film is a prequel. In places hilarious, I really enjoyed this.

    Avatar: 10/10. I think it's that good of a piece of cinema, and animated feature. The two aspects don't clash. There's no compromise. It's just brilliant. The more tech you have to throw at it, I'm sure you'd see the benefit - but however you can, you should watch it.
  • Tom_Servo 18 Jul 2012 11:04:50 17,990 posts
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    Machetazo wrote:
    Avatar: 10/10. I think it's that good of a piece of cinema, and animated feature. The two aspects don't clash. There's no compromise. It's just brilliant. The more tech you have to throw at it, I'm sure you'd see the benefit - but however you can, you should watch it.
    Hmm.
  • Blaketown 18 Jul 2012 11:31:08 4,671 posts
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    Yeah if you've seen the Burn Notice film he's given 9/10 to you'd know how valid that opinion is.

    I'm a card carrying member of the Burn Notice and Bruce Campbell fan club but even I can see that film is a bit ropey.

    Brap, brap, old chap.

  • DFawkes 18 Jul 2012 11:37:23 23,059 posts
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    I loved Avatar too. I don't think there's anything wrong with really enjoying it.

    Oh for goodness sake, I've caught my scrotum in my zip again - Margaret Thatcher, 1986

  • glaeken 18 Jul 2012 11:47:20 11,199 posts
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    I like Burn Notice but could not actually get through all of the Fall of Sam Axe. It was really woeful stuff.
  • Benno 18 Jul 2012 12:02:21 9,935 posts
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    Avatar was great, 9/10 for me.
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