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  • sport 3 Jan 2013 17:00:30 12,775 posts
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    For me Buitiful > 21 grams < Amorres Perros > Babel.
  • monkman76 3 Jan 2013 17:24:16 4,721 posts
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    Amores, people. Plural of amor. Love!
  • beastmaster 3 Jan 2013 17:41:03 11,594 posts
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    Twenty8k - 4/10

    One of these "not all it seems" type film which I fell asleep twice watching.

    A boy gets gunned down in front of a nightclub and his girlfriend gets killed in a hit and run. Could these two incidents be in any way be connected? Of course they are. Obviously, it ends up being some conspiracy which reaches the higher echelons of power.

    The fact I fell asleep twice during this didn't matter. I'm not sure if they were micro-naps as I didn't seem to miss anything much. It didn't matter anyway as it's all explained in full detail at the end.

    People get shot, there are drugs, coppers and all the rest of it. I'm not sure if Twenty8k is the name of the gang that controls the drugs in this film or the budget of the film.

    I only watched it because it's got Kaya Scodelario in it. She's great but not in it that much. I was awake when she was on.

    Edited by beastmaster at 17:41:41 03-01-2013

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  • Tonka 3 Jan 2013 18:49:08 20,781 posts
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    For me personally babel suffered tremendously from having the pit in it.

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  • spindle9988 3 Jan 2013 18:51:27 3,617 posts
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    Why?
    I think Pitt is a great actor
  • kalel 3 Jan 2013 18:53:44 88,371 posts
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    He is the Pitts.
  • ronuds 3 Jan 2013 18:55:53 21,788 posts
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    I'm jealous of what a handsome guy he is too, but he's done some good things.
  • TOOTR 3 Jan 2013 19:03:35 9,602 posts
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    To kill a mocking bird

    I have never seen it before and I haven't read the book. Although a lot of people seemed to have it on their curriculum in school not me.


    After 45 mins - I actually fell asleep and will need to finish it before giving a full review.

    So far though - really not getting this. I know it's supposed to be a masterpiece of cinema. Maybe if I was a Yank that had just lived through that era and was watching it back in 1962.

    One thing I realise I detest about old classics is how SHRILL childrens voices sound in them. It's a 'kin travesty.

    Will give a score tomorrow when I've finished the whole thing.

    Bet you can't wait.

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  • robthehermit 3 Jan 2013 19:22:50 4,155 posts
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    Still pimping Cloud Atlas to everyone. It's been with me all day. Showed the trailer to several people at work, and had a lump in my throat just from that. Absolutely stunning film, day one purchase when the bluray hits the shelves.

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  • Deleted user 3 January 2013 19:40:17
    Tonka wrote:
    For me personally babel suffered tremendously from having the pit in it.
    He was the best bit in it other than the asian bint
  • Tonka 3 Jan 2013 19:40:28 20,781 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    He is the Pitts.
    Exactly. I can't see him as a character. I see Brad the actor.

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  • Dante_Cubit 3 Jan 2013 19:50:30 1,928 posts
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    robthehermit wrote:
    Still pimping Cloud Atlas to everyone. It's been with me all day. Showed the trailer to several people at work, and had a lump in my throat just from that. Absolutely stunning film, day one purchase when the bluray hits the shelves.
    I'll be staggered if this is any good. A really great book but one that doesn't obviously lend itself to film...
  • robthehermit 3 Jan 2013 20:03:29 4,155 posts
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    I've never read the book so have no idea about that.

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  • RichieTenenbaum 3 Jan 2013 20:09:43 2,223 posts
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    Mer Man, really.
  • CharlieStCloud 3 Jan 2013 20:10:02 5,280 posts
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    robthehermit wrote:
    I've never read the book so have no idea about that.
    To be fair, most people on here never read the books (of a film).

    : p
  • Deleted user 3 January 2013 20:52:50
    talking of films of books, i just come back from the Life of PI

    The ending still pisses me off, but the last two thirds is just pure great cinema spectacle. Really engrossed by pi and richard parker antics. Beginning, whilst needed, is a bit clunky, but the whole film is def worth a watch.

    7/10
  • Carlo 3 Jan 2013 20:57:04 18,093 posts
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    Moonrise Kingdom. 10/10

    Killer Joe. 8/10 (points deducted due to wtf I've been robbed ending)

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  • Carlo 3 Jan 2013 20:58:25 18,093 posts
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    Pitch perfect. A solid 8/10. It's everything you'd expect it to be.

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  • robthehermit 3 Jan 2013 21:45:52 4,155 posts
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    I'd go along with that rating for Pitch Perfect. Enjoyable film if like that sort of thing.

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  • HelloNo 3 Jan 2013 21:55:14 1,153 posts
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    It's actually good? I thought it looked appalling from the trailers. Might have to watch it now.
  • RobTheBuilder 3 Jan 2013 22:03:07 6,521 posts
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    @TOOTR I'm not too bothered about black an white films but I love to kill a mockingbird.
    Gregory peck is excellent in it.
  • Oh-Bollox 3 Jan 2013 22:07:02 5,325 posts
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    Kanjin wrote:
    It's actually good? I thought it looked appalling from the trailers. Might have to watch it now.
    It's actually funny.
  • localnotail 3 Jan 2013 22:26:10 23,093 posts
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    RobTheBuilder wrote:
    @TOOTR [B] I'm not too bothered about black an white films [/B]but I love to kill a mockingbird.
    Gregory peck is excellent in it.
    :eek:

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  • Armoured_Bear 3 Jan 2013 22:29:36 11,340 posts
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    The Adventures of Tintin

    I really enjoyed this, I loved the books as a kid and really liked the way the characters were brought to life. Technically it's superb, fairly predictable but I can't see that they could have done much better with the source material except maybe a bit more of the humour.

    8/10

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  • beastmaster 3 Jan 2013 22:49:43 11,594 posts
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    V/H/S - 2/10

    V/H/S - Very/Highly/Shit

    This film takes the whole concept of Paranormal Activity, makes it mobile, adds a bit of extreme gore in here and there and totally removes any scares. So, this means the film is about as scary as an episode of A Question Of Sport.

    The setup in done in such a way that there three (or four, I can't remember) different stories with one person recording events with a VHS camera. So it can throw everything and the kitchen sink into it and copy as many (much superior but still not that good) films as it possibly can.

    Out in the woods, a party gone wrong, the webcam stuff, a group sex thing, someone in the room while you are sleeping and burglars in the house. All of these seem to go on forever. (It's six not four! I'm already trying to forget!).

    There is one neat idea on the webcam episode which has nothing to do with the scares and involves a hidden tracking device.

    The only decent horror film I've seen that uses a documentary/footage style is The Last Exorcism. You're much better off watching that instead.

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  • mal 3 Jan 2013 22:52:56 22,693 posts
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    Just watched Plague Dogs, a cartoon by the same director as Watership Down also based on a book by Richard Adams. The animation has a similar attention to detail, and Hazel (John Hurt) is now a Jack Russell called Snitter. There are a number of other famous English actors of a certain generation there too, if you keep your ears open for it. To compare it to Watership Down, it's also a tale of man's impact on the widlerness, though this time told via domestic animals, not wild ones. While it's got most of what made Watership Down work, it doesn't have an analogue for rabbit mythology voiced by Michael Hordern, which I miss, and doesn't have as good a soundtrack, but it's definitely worth checking out for anyone who enjoyed the earlier film. 89%

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  • LeoliansBro 3 Jan 2013 23:02:15 44,506 posts
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    All the world will be your enemy, Prince of a Thousand Enemies. And if they catch you, they will kill you.

    But first they must catch you.

    LB, you really are a massive geek.

  • mal 3 Jan 2013 23:04:17 22,693 posts
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    Damnit, now I'll be reading your posts as Michael Hordern for a week.

    You did that on purpose, didn't you?

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  • LeoliansBro 3 Jan 2013 23:09:53 44,506 posts
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    ...

    Edited by LeoliansBro at 23:10:08 03-01-2013

    LB, you really are a massive geek.

  • Deleted user 3 January 2013 23:10:02
    spindle9988 wrote:
    I have only seen babel and whilst I respect it for what it is, I wasnt entertained and found it quite boring
    Have to admit, the reason I have not seen Babel is down to the DVD cover. It looks very boring.
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