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  • Deleted user 17 January 2013 21:53:46
    Dunno, they die whilst Amazon/Netflix/whoever report decent profits.

    Edited by meme at 21:58:08 17-01-2013
  • oceanmotion 17 Jan 2013 21:56:43 16,099 posts
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    The flood of reviews coincided with the DVD release so lets look on the bright side.
  • oceanmotion 17 Jan 2013 22:09:00 16,099 posts
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    Breakdown

    Road thriller with Kurt Russell, wife disappears on their trip and Kurt tries to track her down but things aren't quite what they seem. Enjoyed it many years ago and nothing was on telly the other day, TCM to the rescue. Russell is great, haven't seen him in a film for years. If you haven't seen it, worth a watch.

    7/10
  • Scurrminator 17 Jan 2013 23:47:24 8,460 posts
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    Django unchained.
    9/10
    Really, really loved this. I love westerns so it was right up my street. Some of it was hard to watch.
    QTs best film for me. his cameo accent was bad but loved his death!

    You dare to strike Scurrcules!?

  • Scurrminator 17 Jan 2013 23:49:08 8,460 posts
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    craigy wrote:
    Piracy is obviously a contributing factor to their demise.
    That and their shit prices.

    You dare to strike Scurrcules!?

  • Deleted user 17 January 2013 23:50:58
    Scurrminator wrote:
    Django unchained
    9/10
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    Agree with that bit, loved it. QT always has such interesting dialogue so when not much is happening I am stick transfixed.
    Leo was awesome.
  • Deleted user 18 January 2013 00:52:23
    Before i go to see Django, i thought i rewatch

    Inglorious Basterds.

    Mostly amazing. So much fun. The first scene in this is incredible and one of my favourite scenes ever. After that the movie can go one of two ways. QT mode, or a chance to go somewhere new. It decides to do QT mode. I'm fine with that, what comes after that is a lot of fun, and very very funny in places, but i was left with the what if question if he tried something a bit different. He gave himself a great chance to go the other way.

    The scenes in the tavern, and some one to one encounters are phenomenal. (The first time the girl meets the jew hunter in particular). The finale is a bit throwaway though, it doesn't just quite click together. You could say that off the whole film, each individual part is fantastic, but at the end it isn't quite sewn together properly.

    8/10
  • Stan101 18 Jan 2013 02:02:51 688 posts
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    Looking forward to seeing Django. For me his best film is Jackie Brown which is more mainstream. Hoping it's more like that and not Kill Bill.
  • Rens11 18 Jan 2013 02:38:56 1,459 posts
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    Moon

    lovely soundtrack, decent performances Gerty is the new HAL

    8.5/10

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  • irrelevanthuman 18 Jan 2013 19:43:54 376 posts
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    John Carter, Blu Ray

    7/10

    Nowhere near as shite as I was expecting. Good, clean, cheesy, pulpy fun. Its nice to see a film that is completely lacking in nod, nod, wink, wink irony.

    I haven't read the books but I've seen a lot of the artwork associated with the series and it brought the illustrations to life beautifully.

    Oh and Lynn Collins is smoking hot as a spunky, belly-button flaunting Princess.
  • beastmaster 18 Jan 2013 22:38:35 11,817 posts
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    In another crime against cinema, I have realised that I've never seen a Studio Ghibli film. I take it the blu-rays are amazing?

    Are the holy trinity

    Howl's Moving Castle,
    My Neighbour Totoro,
    Spirited Away?

    Thanks.

    Edited by beastmaster at 22:38:54 18-01-2013

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

  • Deckard1 18 Jan 2013 22:43:40 29,219 posts
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    The Grey

    Brilliant first act, appalling second act and bearable third act. Would have scored 2 extra points if Liam Neeson wasn't acted off the screen by every member of the cannon fodder cast and later, by his own fingers. Still 346% better than Taken.

    5/10

    Fish fingers and chips pretty straight forward.

  • Deckard1 18 Jan 2013 22:49:01 29,219 posts
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    beastmaster wrote:
    In another crime against cinema, I have realised that I've never seen a Studio Ghibli film. I take it the blu-rays are amazing?

    Are the holy trinity

    Howl's Moving Castle,
    My Neighbour Totoro,
    Spirited Away?

    Thanks.
    Princess Mononoke is my favourite, but you'd struggle to find anyone who agrees with me. I'd probably start with Grave of the Fireflies though to be honest. Easier to watch then some of them, and a very good entry movie into the magical Ghibli world. Seems a little heavy going to begin with but stick it out and the light hearted fantasy realm Ghibli is famous for takes over.

    Fish fingers and chips pretty straight forward.

  • kentmonkey 18 Jan 2013 22:50:40 20,883 posts
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    @Deckard1 o/

    Me too. Struggle over. Beautiful, stunning film.
  • Steve_Perry 18 Jan 2013 22:56:36 5,016 posts
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    Watched the grey too. Gets points for not being what I expected it to be. Loses points for being pretty boring. A solid 6 I reckon.

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  • cubbymoore 18 Jan 2013 22:58:54 36,503 posts
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    Deckard1 wrote:
    I'd probably start with Grave of the Fireflies though to be honest. Easier to watch then some of them, and a very good entry movie into the magical Ghibli world. Seems a little heavy going to begin with but stick it out and the light hearted fantasy realm Ghibli is famous for takes over.
    Hah! Funny guy.
  • Deleted user 18 January 2013 23:04:40
    My Neighbour Totoro, awesome film.
  • Rens11 18 Jan 2013 23:41:36 1,459 posts
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    beastmaster wrote:
    In another crime against cinema, I have realised that I've never seen a Studio Ghibli film. I take it the blu-rays are amazing?

    Are the holy trinity

    Howl's Moving Castle,
    My Neighbour Totoro,
    Spirited Away?

    Thanks.
    Me neither until I watched my neighbour Totoro the other week, looks gorgeous well worth a watch

    Dont kid yourself, Jimmy. If a cow ever got the chance, hed eat you and everyone you care about!

  • Mr_Sleep 19 Jan 2013 00:27:46 17,295 posts
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    I'd say Spirited Away is a pretty good starting point. It's not purely happy fantasy like My Neighbour Totoro but it's got enough of that to make it not too dark like Grave of the Fireflies. Same with Kiki's Delivery Service. Even so, they're all excellent, I've yet to see one I haven't enjoyed.

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  • Madder-Max 19 Jan 2013 00:49:04 11,680 posts
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    Lawless - 7/10

    Great great film. Would be a 9 if it wasn't for the lack of gary oldman.

    Cracking yarn; which despite being a patchwork of other films; is great and well worth a watch.

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  • FWB 19 Jan 2013 01:17:14 45,252 posts
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    Ted - 6/10 Alright. Some amusing punchlines and the fight scene was great. I like how it's like from a typical action film, but it is the teddy that makes it so amusing. Still very cliched and not enough laughs or any belly laughs. What I have realised is that I haven't seen a truly great comedy in a long, long time.

    The Hobbit - 7/10 I knew what I was getting going in. Nothing new, no real story and prolonged scenes, but I just enjoy the pretty pictures.

    Dredd - 8/10 V.good. Lovely style and holds true to the comics - well the limited number I read. Obvious ending, but then I wanted it, since it fitted my character alligence. Hope more is to come, but building on what has been set, not just more action.
  • b0rk 19 Jan 2013 01:45:36 2,942 posts
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    Ninja Terminator - 1,000,000,000/10

    Don't fuck with Jaguar Wong. This is without question the best film of all time.
  • b0rk 19 Jan 2013 01:50:09 2,942 posts
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  • Mola_Ram 19 Jan 2013 09:44:56 8,007 posts
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    Ok, I just watched 5 minutes of that. It is now in my list of things to watch with friends and beer.
  • Mr_Sleep 19 Jan 2013 10:03:50 17,295 posts
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    Wow. Just wow. Someone needs to take their hands off the synthesiser! That looks ace.

    You are a factory of sadness.

  • Load_2.0 19 Jan 2013 10:06:23 19,530 posts
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    Steamed crabs.
  • woodnotes 19 Jan 2013 10:55:58 4,937 posts
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    To Rome with Love - 4/10

    The worst Woody Allen film in many years. Dull, up its own arse and has the most irritating and repetitive soundtrack imaginable. No amount of Woody's trademark cultural and literary references could save this one, they also felt very fake and forced this time. I'm sure other Guardian readers will pretend to like it, but not this one.
  • TechnoHippy 19 Jan 2013 11:34:46 14,719 posts
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    The Hunter

    An excellent film with Willem Defoe, who plays the role well. It's fairly slow paced, but it's an interesting story. I liked it.

    8/10

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  • TechnoHippy 19 Jan 2013 13:06:56 14,719 posts
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    The Iron Lady

    Not quite what I was expecting, but well worth watching. As somebody previously pointed out it's almost more about dementia than a biography. An interesting story and well acted.

    8/10

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  • king26 19 Jan 2013 13:52:21 546 posts
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    @TechnoHippy I'd watch if it showed someone drive a steak through her cold fucked up heart!
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