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  • nickthegun 20 Oct 2013 20:53:00 63,911 posts
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    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Almost forgot:

    The Conversation
    I love it. A proper grimy 70s movie. Boring fact: it still gets shown on film studies courses as an example of how to do sound editing because its so boss.
  • Architect_z 20 Oct 2013 21:18:10 2,469 posts
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    The Conjuring - 50/100

    Having read a few of the reviews posted on this forum, I don't really need to say anymore. I havent seen really any horror films recently, that genuineley creeped me out, the film 'Sinister' started out pretty strong, but the final half just failed.

    As for the conjuring, if you've not seen it, i'll give you a sentence...

    Family move into a new house in a remote countryside/wood location.

    I bet if you guessed what happened, you wouldnt be far off what actually happens

    EDIT: Spellings

    Edited by Architect_z at 21:23:11 20-10-2013
  • Architect_z 20 Oct 2013 21:22:24 2,469 posts
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    O almost forgot!

    100/100 - (Nicolas Cages) The Wicker Man

    BEST

    COMEDY

    EVER

    Must watch!
  • Dougs 20 Oct 2013 21:27:22 72,169 posts
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    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Annie Hall is on Netflix, if you have it.
    I do, it's added to the list. Which seems to be never ending, such is the little free time I seem to have!
  • mrpon 20 Oct 2013 21:29:16 30,443 posts
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    I'm going to die with a list of lists.
  • imamazed 20 Oct 2013 21:39:09 6,216 posts
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    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Almost forgot:

    The Conversation

    Gene Hackman plays a loner private eye who feels increasingly guilty about the danger his work puts people in. What starts off as a tense spy thriller turns into a character study turns into a psychological horror film. Quite a mixture, but it pulls it off well. There's a bit of a sag in the middle, but apart from that it's impressive. Hackman is outstanding.

    Also, spot a very young Harrison Ford!

    8/10
    One of my favourite films. It gets better with every watch.
  • beastmaster 20 Oct 2013 21:48:13 12,880 posts
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    Romancing The Stone - 9/10

    Brilliant film that never seems to age. Great characters and a superb cast. I just find the film rather charming.

    Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner have a great chemistry together. Douglas didn't want to cast Turner initially as she though she was too 'hot' to play the character of Joan Wilder. She manages to do it with ease though. And she was smoking hot in the 80's.

    The film had top class talent both in front of and behind the camera. They don't make as many film like these anymore. If they did, they'd probably fuck it up.

    Rumor is they're trying to get a TV series off the ground. I hope it stays in development hell forever.

    Edited by beastmaster at 21:49:05 20-10-2013
  • RichieTenenbaum 20 Oct 2013 22:02:02 2,242 posts
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    Bromancing The Stone - 2/10

    Terrible comedy with Paul Rudd and Jonah Hill as stoner dudes who rely on each other for everything. Danny McBride kidnaps Jonah Hill over an unpaid drug debt. Paul Rudd goes to get him back with non-hilarious consequences. Paul Rudd sometimes says things that imply he and Jonah Hill are a married couple. But they're not. They're straight men!
  • Kosmoz 20 Oct 2013 22:22:05 7,987 posts
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    Is that actually a film? Sounds like you just made it up.
  • UncleLou Moderator 20 Oct 2013 22:41:35 36,417 posts
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    imamazed wrote:
    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Almost forgot:

    The Conversation

    Gene Hackman plays a loner private eye who feels increasingly guilty about the danger his work puts people in. What starts off as a tense spy thriller turns into a character study turns into a psychological horror film. Quite a mixture, but it pulls it off well. There's a bit of a sag in the middle, but apart from that it's impressive. Hackman is outstanding.

    Also, spot a very young Harrison Ford!

    8/10
    One of my favourite films. It gets better with every watch.

    Same here, love that film.

  • Tom_Servo 20 Oct 2013 23:10:09 18,082 posts
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    How I could forget to mention the music? Loved it. :)
  • imamazed 20 Oct 2013 23:12:08 6,216 posts
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    Oh, wow. That theme... just hauntingly brilliant.
  • Mola_Ram 21 Oct 2013 00:22:14 10,347 posts
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    Ka-blamo wrote:
    Mola_Ram wrote:
    A Bridge Too Far

    More like, an hour too long.
    :-)

    I just couldn't resist.
  • Gruff 21 Oct 2013 00:31:30 3,065 posts
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    The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 7/10 Was looking for something slightly saccharine and mellow and this hit the mark, some good performances as well, especially from Maggie Smith.
  • Gunzberg 21 Oct 2013 01:04:18 1,806 posts
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    The Green Mile 9/10

    This is why films should be made
  • Tonka 21 Oct 2013 06:37:35 22,829 posts
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    Man of Steel
    It felt rushed. Not as in rushed out the door unfinished but as in they had to "skip to the end". Maybe that's me not knowing much about Superman but I would have liked this to be just about young Kent growing up and becoming tMoS. I really didn't need the "save the world" adventure at the end.

    I definitely didn't need the yawn inducing final fight (I skipped it so maybe I shouldn't complain too much).

    The way they told Supes formative years through flashbacks added to the feeling of "hurry up and break a city" that I disliked so much.

    Had this been a braver film and focusing on just the origin story and then a smaller incident at the end I would have really liked it. As it is I found it enjoyable and I can now forgive Zack Znyder for making Sucker Punch.

    Worth watching

    I really don't like this new trend of wrecking entire cities. I wonder what the financial impact of that final fight would be? All the insurance claims etc? The cost of rebuilding an entire city center. And how many people died in the Smallville fight alone?
  • TheHammerite 21 Oct 2013 06:37:57 1,865 posts
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    The Loved Ones 3/10

    The director is clearly very talented and I see a bright future for him. But it's a shame he made this spiteful, nasty, torture porn film.

    Loses 5 points for it's sickening violence.

    Edited by TheHammerite at 06:38:46 21-10-2013

    Edited by TheHammerite at 06:41:11 21-10-2013
  • dr_swin 21 Oct 2013 08:44:51 4,925 posts
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    Captain Phillips

    Just outstanding. Can't fault it.

    10
  • Bloobat 21 Oct 2013 10:14:13 316 posts
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    @Gunzberg Proabably my favorite film of all time, where im from no one seems to have ever heard of it but it is a masterpiece!
  • beastmaster 21 Oct 2013 10:47:11 12,880 posts
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    TheHammerite wrote:
    The Loved Ones 3/10

    The director is clearly very talented and I see a bright future for him. But it's a shame he made this spiteful, nasty, torture porn film.

    Loses 5 points for it's sickening violence.

    Edited by TheHammerite at 06:38:46 21-10-2013
    I must see this now :-) More out of curiosity.

    Nobody seen Escape Plan yet?
  • Gambit1977 21 Oct 2013 11:26:23 10,389 posts
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    I really enjoyed The Loved Ones. It was funny.
  • smoothpete 21 Oct 2013 11:28:06 32,168 posts
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    Olympus Has Fallen - 8/10. I really enjoyed it. Die Hard: White House. A proper action movie, very much in the same vein as the good old ones we grew up with.
  • Dougs 21 Oct 2013 11:31:24 72,169 posts
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    The Girl Who Played With Fire - 8/10. Finally got round to finishing the trilogy, great stuff. Better than the 2nd film, which like the book, just seemed to set up the finale so was a bit flat in comparison (ending aside). Solid 8/10 for all three.

    Are they ever going to remake the last 2, or did the Craig one bomb at the box office?
  • Tonka 21 Oct 2013 11:36:30 22,829 posts
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    Steve_Perry wrote:
    I quite liked it at the cinema so I'm a bit disappointed. I'm even more convinced Batman v Supes will suck balls now.
    I think every single scene with Kevin Costner in it made me cry. I'd love a three hour epic where Kevin is being "The most DAD ever" rather than Batman and Superman duking it out.
  • Load_2.0 21 Oct 2013 11:41:55 20,832 posts
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    Yeah Kevin was a super Daddy! Also Russell Crowe was a great Jor El.

    Not sure why Zod was so shit, whupped by a Scientist and a Noob Superman. What happened to all that training?

    Not a bad movie, and I like Cavill. Finally a Supes who is in proportion! Buff.
  • smoothpete 21 Oct 2013 11:43:08 32,168 posts
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    Tonka wrote:
    I'd love a three hour epic where Kevin is being "The most DAD ever" rather than Batman and Superman duking it out.
    What if Kevin was being the most DAD ever, and Anthony Hopkins was being the most GRANDAD ever? The planets of dadness align!
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