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  • simsini 16 Oct 2013 22:41:30 313 posts
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    Captain Phillips - 87/100.
  • Dolly 16 Oct 2013 23:03:26 3,221 posts
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    Nobody reviewed Taken in the new format yet?
  • muttler 16 Oct 2013 23:17:33 3,984 posts
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    Brawler

    Watched it last night on Netflix.  Film about a high school wrestler who goes to jail for 10 years and the gets into MMA contests when he gets out.  I thought it was a bit shit.

    5/10
  • morriss 16 Oct 2013 23:20:11 70,929 posts
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    Antboy 75/100.
  • TheSaint 16 Oct 2013 23:24:38 14,298 posts
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    Captain Phillips - 90/100

    Most tense film I've seen in years. I'd recommend avoiding any reviews before going to see it so that you have no idea what to expect.

    Hanks must be in with a good shout of an Oscar for that performance.
  • -cerberus- 16 Oct 2013 23:29:26 2,704 posts
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    Thursday

    Brilliant little crime flick inspired by the likes of Pulp Fiction etc. Great cast as well! The opening scene sets the tone really well:


    7.5/10

    "You see it too? For me, it's always like this..."
    (Angela Orosco - Silent Hill 2)

  • khaz 17 Oct 2013 05:08:29 2,780 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    Yea, I hated the fights.
    It was pretty much the only thing I liked about the film aside from the music. Note: just the fights and the pure physicality of them. Not the context they were fought in.

    And who on fuck ruined the thread title?

    Edited by khaz at 05:08:47 17-10-2013
  • Deleted user 17 October 2013 05:13:05
    White House Down

    Passed the time, was enjoyable enough and didn't take itself quite as seriously as the virtually identical Olympus Has Fallen. It was almost literally Die Hard, though, right down to the white vest getting dirtier and dirtier. About as deep as a puddle, but it was nice fluff whilst I assembled flatpack furniture.
  • Mola_Ram 17 Oct 2013 07:21:37 7,220 posts
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    It wasn't nearly as good as Die Hard, but a decent enough bit of entertainment.

    If you hate Roland Emmerich movies, you'd probably hate this. But I don't. I actually rather enjoy them.
  • MadCaddy13 17 Oct 2013 07:25:49 1,880 posts
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    Our Idiot Brother

    Watched this only because I love Paul Rudd but I still wasn't expecting much.
    It had a couple of laughs in it but largely it was pretty dull and I actually fell asleep for a few minutes during!

    40/100 would of given 50 if not for Steve Coogan.
  • Megapocalypse 17 Oct 2013 07:44:03 5,385 posts
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    This thread never had spam in it before the name change...
  • Rhaegyr 17 Oct 2013 13:44:18 1,564 posts
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    Once Upon a Time in the West

    Absolutely fantastic - can't believe it's took me this long to get round to it. Probably just a shade under Leone's best work, but still - fantastic. Morricone is on fire too, and Henry Fonda is brilliantly cast against type as the villain. Bronson lets it down a little I think - wish Eastwood would've taken the part.

    9/10
  • khaz 17 Oct 2013 13:52:57 2,780 posts
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    Eastwood's ultra chiseled face at the time wouldn't have worked personally. There's a character to Bronson's face that really suits the role.

    And now I have that tune stuck in my head godamnit.

    Edited by khaz at 13:53:39 17-10-2013
  • Rhaegyr 17 Oct 2013 13:57:21 1,564 posts
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    I see your point - he's a bit more innocent(?) and humanised.

    I assume you mean the Harmonica :)

    Claudia Cardinale looked an absolute knock-out, too.
  • Trowel 17 Oct 2013 14:09:32 17,595 posts
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    TheSaint wrote:
    Captain Phillips - 90/100

    Most tense film I've seen in years. I'd recommend avoiding any reviews before going to see it so that you have no idea what to expect.

    Hanks must be in with a good shout of an Oscar for that performance.
    Read an interesting piece in the NY Post (I know) about Captain Phillips's story yesterday - wish I'd read after seeing the movie so won't link it here or discuss the content, but worth looking for after you've seen it.
  • vijay_UK 17 Oct 2013 14:18:43 2,104 posts
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    Soldier of Orange.

    Great film about how a group of student's lives are impacted by German occupation of the Netherlands during WWII.

    One of those movies that stays with you for days (for me anyway). Makes you think, which one of the students would you be if you were unfortunate to live under the horror of wartime occupation.

    Really worth a watch - to see a different angle from most other WWII movies.

    Verhoeven's 'Black Book' was also an excellent film with a similar theme, but Soldier of Orange is better, and SoO beats all his Hollywood movies (most of which are terrific also).

    10/10
  • Gunzberg 17 Oct 2013 14:33:48 1,731 posts
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    After watching Black Book, SoO is on my to watch soon list

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  • Architect_z 18 Oct 2013 11:27:19 2,385 posts
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    Man of Steel - 89/100

    Pleasantly suprised actually. I normally find Superman to be abit of a boring superhero. As with alot of DC heros, their super powers are far too strong to provide any kind of epic threat to their survival.
    However, this film being directed by Zac Synder, meant I had to check it out as I like quite a few of his other films.
    Storyline was good, the special effects were very impressive. Good acting peformance from Henry Cavill for the superman role and the fight scenes are excellent, the scale really is very epic.

    Casting seemed to be a tad odd for this film. Lois Lane wasnt very good, the main bad guy was abit lame too. They had a catalogue of old actors, (Russell Crowe, Kevin Cozzy and Lawrence Fishburne)

    All around, a great watch.

    Edited by Architect_z at 11:30:56 18-10-2013
  • TheSaint 18 Oct 2013 11:29:32 14,298 posts
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    Trowel wrote:
    TheSaint wrote:
    Captain Phillips - 90/100

    Most tense film I've seen in years. I'd recommend avoiding any reviews before going to see it so that you have no idea what to expect.

    Hanks must be in with a good shout of an Oscar for that performance.
    Read an interesting piece in the NY Post (I know) about Captain Phillips's story yesterday - wish I'd read after seeing the movie so won't link it here or discuss the content, but worth looking for after you've seen it.
    I'll take a look, thanks.
  • mrpon 18 Oct 2013 11:30:04 28,749 posts
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    @Architect_z What was the surround sound like in the cinema?

    Edited by mrpon at 11:30:36 18-10-2013

    Give yourself £5 or ½ gig, you're worth it.

  • Architect_z 18 Oct 2013 11:32:55 2,385 posts
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    mrpon wrote:
    @Architect_z What was the surround sound like in the cinema?
    Firstly it was really loud, like seriously loud.

    The sound was incredibly impressive I thought, and they got things like distances right and the effects themselves really added to the dynamics of the film, caught the scale really well.
  • craigy Staff 18 Oct 2013 11:37:10 7,593 posts
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    @mrpon :D
  • Stranded87 18 Oct 2013 12:06:01 889 posts
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    Star Trek Into Darkness

    I have no problem with these Star Trek reboots and found the first one quite fun if a little bit empty, but what the fuck was this? The plot was dull and not at all fleshed out, very little happened despite it running for over two hours, none of the scenes or writing really stood out.

    I read somewhere that it just felt like a long episode and I'd agree with that.

    5/10

    Mud

    Matthew McConaughey continues his surprising transition into proper acting, which is nice to see. That aside it was an enjoyable enough coming-of-age type story but it falls well short of Stand By Me and quite a way short of even The Kings of Summer which I also saw recently.

    7/10

    Edited by Stranded87 at 12:06:25 18-10-2013
  • whatfruit 18 Oct 2013 12:13:55 1,435 posts
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    The Place Beyond the Pines.

    Ryan Gosling is bad, moody and sexy and rides a motorbike. Bradley Cooper turns up looking easy going, handsome and sexy his choice of tansportaion is a car. A black man's crib building powers are questioned with exposive results. Ray liotta plays Ray Liotta acting as a police man. Two moody kids get high and bitch about their parents.

    9/10
  • TheSaint 18 Oct 2013 12:24:53 14,298 posts
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    I liked it until the third act. The emo teens story was boring and the film just lost it's way.
  • Youthist 18 Oct 2013 12:30:23 10,010 posts
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    whatfruit wrote:
    The Place Beyond the Pines.

    Ryan Gosling is bad, moody and sexy and rides a motorbike. Bradley Cooper turns up looking easy going, handsome and sexy his choice of tansportaion is a car. A black man's crib building powers are questioned with exposive results. Ray liotta plays Ray Liotta acting as a police man. Two moody kids get high and bitch about their parents.

    9/10
    THe moment bradley cooper turns up, and Gosling is out, the film turns to shit.

    5/10

    (9/10 up to that point).

    Edited by Youthist at 12:30:56 18-10-2013

    Think of how stupid the average person is, and realise half of them are stupider than that

  • TarickStonefire 18 Oct 2013 13:03:39 3,039 posts
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    Architect_z wrote:

    Casting seemed to be a tad odd for this film. Lois Lane wasnt very good, the main bad guy was abit lame too. They had a catalogue of old actors, (Russell Crowe, Kevin Cozzy and Lawrence Fishburne)
    The sentences in this paragraph don't seem to relate to each other at all. What was odd about the casting? Okay, you didn't like those two characters. And what's relevant about the age of some of the actors? Weren't they playing the roles of old characters and therefore, by definition, required to be old? Bit lost as to the relevance.

    I thought the film was an impressively loud shambles. So many good bits (including Lois Lane, who I rather liked), all struggling to get noticed above the urge to get to the bit where the goodie and the baddie smash the fucking shit out of a city for 45 minutes. Meh. 6/10.

    Edited by TarickStonefire at 13:05:30 18-10-2013

    Any Netflix library in the world for a couple of quid a month? Gimme!

  • BinaryBob101 18 Oct 2013 17:34:13 22,637 posts
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    OLD ACTORS ARE BAD ACTORS!

    Sir_Walter_Rally wrote:
    Many films are based on phone charge running out and being trapped somewhere...

  • Load_2.0 19 Oct 2013 12:09:26 19,139 posts
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    Fast & Furious 6.

    Wow. I like dumb movies. I liked FF5. It was dumb but it was a run romp.

    This however has so many moments idiocy and cringe inducing dialogue that it makes it difficult to enjoy the spectacle.

    5/10
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