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  • nickthegun 19 Nov 2013 16:23:36 60,161 posts
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    I was slightly heartened by the most recent trailer. Rather than smashing them together, it hints that the 'old' x-men will have a beefy cameo with with bulk of the action taking place in the past + Wolverine.

    I can kind of handle that. It gives the marketing people something to put on the posters and we can, hopefully, get another stylish, retro caper.

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  • irrelevanthuman 19 Nov 2013 16:42:25 369 posts
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    Before Midnight

    9/10

    Great follow up to Sunset. I'm pretty much the same age as these characters so each film resonates quite strongly with me. This one is quite a painful watch, but very satisfying.
  • Dougs 19 Nov 2013 16:44:21 68,062 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    I thought First Class was the best one.

    I'm starting to think more and more than superheroes just make more sense set in the context of the period in which they were invented. The ideas were born out of what was happening at the time - the discovery on genetics, our first forays into space, fear and rumours of what the Germans and Russians were doing with mutations and enhancements etc etc.
    Aye, it certainly added to Capt America and made more sense, I thought. Was pleasantly surprised.
  • Steve_Perry 19 Nov 2013 16:49:53 4,341 posts
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    Even though the box office doesn't back up this theory, I reckon the genre is close to burnout in the cinema. Creatively at the least.

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  • irrelevanthuman 19 Nov 2013 16:55:24 369 posts
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    @Dougs

    Completely agree, Fantastic Four set in 1960s New York would be so apt- with proper skirted-up Galactus!
  • Dougs 19 Nov 2013 16:58:24 68,062 posts
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    Bought my wife Before Midnight as one of her Christmas presents, she loves them. I've not seen them yet, bar the first 30 mins of Sunrise. Quite liked it though.
  • irrelevanthuman 19 Nov 2013 17:12:12 369 posts
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    Love the 'Before' films. My last girlfriend hated them though, or more specifically hated Julie Delpy. Can't imagine why.
  • oceanmotion 19 Nov 2013 17:20:58 15,976 posts
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    The Wolverine

    Couldn't believe how boring and bad this was. The end could be seen from the fucking moon soon after the film started.

    The evil green lady wouldn't be out of place in Batman and Robin by Schumacher, it was embarrassing.

    The first 2 mins, good stuff. The rest, turn it off and watch something else.

    2/10 for 2 mins.

    First Class is good for about 40 mins then goes to shit and ruins the first 40 mins.
  • BinaryBob101 19 Nov 2013 17:22:17 23,183 posts
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    nickthegun wrote:
    I was slightly heartened by the most recent trailer. Rather than smashing them together, it hints that the 'old' x-men will have a beefy cameo with with bulk of the action taking place in the past + Wolverine.

    I can kind of handle that. It gives the marketing people something to put on the posters and we can, hopefully, get another stylish, retro caper.
    It's just a bot of a shame that Vaughn isn't back in the chair. BRyan Singer hasn't made a good film since Xmen 2.

    The trailer looked ok though, as you say nick.

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  • b0rk 20 Nov 2013 04:21:24 2,772 posts
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    Inside Man 8/10

    Refreshingly good.



  • ilovemycat 20 Nov 2013 12:55:08 2 posts
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    Thor 2 70
    Better than Thor 1 but my christopher eccleston's character disappoints me. I expected more from him...

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  • Load_2.0 20 Nov 2013 13:04:42 19,359 posts
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    You should see the interviews with him.

    So are you a fan of Sci Fi?

    No.

    What attracted you to this role?

    The money.

    There is being honest and there is being a cunt IMO.
  • Rhaegyr 20 Nov 2013 13:16:32 1,844 posts
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    Refreshingly honest, imo - why beat around the bush?

    It's not like the Thor films are some great artistic/cultural achievement.
  • nickthegun 20 Nov 2013 13:23:15 60,161 posts
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    It did make me laugh when he flounced out of Dr. Who for fear that he would be typecast/too good for it and landed straight in a scenery chewing role in GI Joe.

    As an actor, he is vastly overrated.

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  • Deckard1 20 Nov 2013 13:27:01 28,264 posts
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    Yeah he's been shit in everything I've seen him in really.
  • DFawkes 20 Nov 2013 13:29:12 23,059 posts
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    I thought he was alright in 28 Days Later, though a bit forgettable. I forgot he was even in it until I watched again recently.

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  • kalel 20 Nov 2013 13:34:09 87,933 posts
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    He's good in Shallow Grave. That's about it.
  • Architect_z 20 Nov 2013 14:05:29 2,385 posts
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    Wo Wo Wo. Hes the worst bad guy in history!

    Ramond Calitri in Gone in 60 seconds, he has terrible hair and is about as dangerous looking as a duck with no beak.

    To my mind, hes actually a really good actor. Not exactly a fan of his, but I don't think he ever does a bad job....(apart from Gone in 60 seconds)
  • SpaceDave3000 20 Nov 2013 19:49:29 78,280 posts
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    The Raid Redemption (2011)

    A lesser known Indonesian action film that I recommend everyone watch. It's about a bunch of cops trapped in a nightmare building full of the usual batch of villains you'd expect, but it's utterly brutal in spectacularly cool ways.

    Have a look at the trailer.



    Really looking forward to the sequel which isn't far away now, it's even more mental in every respect. Some brilliant direction going on here and you really do need to watch it.

    An EASY 5/5

    Here's the trailer for the new one that's coming out next year.

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  • magicpanda 20 Nov 2013 19:54:48 13,370 posts
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    The Raid was directed by a Welshman!

    Just finished Expendables 2. I can forgive everything bar the awful dialogue, even the one liners are shit. Good soundtrack though.
  • doyl 20 Nov 2013 19:58:30 5 posts
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    Alien - original theatrical cut. 9/10.

    I always forget how variable this film is in pace, which is one of the reasons I love it - those slow shots when something is just blinking, or panning across the screen. Just shows how much more creative you have to be as a director when you can't command huge budgets.

    Have a mate who somehow has missed out on the whole sci/fi canon in his youth, so am catching him up to speed so he has a chance of understanding a few more cultural references. Next month, Blade Runner (or Aliens).

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    For a moment I thought that D was the score in a letter grading system.
  • onestepfromlost 20 Nov 2013 19:59:51 2,076 posts
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    Leviathan
    80s horror film, total rip off of alien, but watchable nonetheless.

    was all "yeah the black guy survived to the end" then he died a minute from the end pointlessly
  • Deleted user 20 November 2013 20:05:11
    onestepfromlost wrote:
    Leviathan
    80s horror film, total rip off of alien, but watchable nonetheless.

    was all "yeah the black guy survived to the end" then he died a minute from the end pointlessly
    Id that the film with the cool water effect?
  • jonsaan 20 Nov 2013 20:22:03 25,353 posts
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    The Amazing Spiderman.

    6/10. A strange, slightly unnecessary film if you ask me. Bizarrely starring Andy Murray?!

    Emma Stone gets 8/10, but it's not enough to save this film from mediocrity.

    Edited by jonsaan at 20:54:05 20-11-2013

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  • onestepfromlost 20 Nov 2013 20:25:19 2,076 posts
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    blacksea wrote:
    onestepfromlost wrote:
    Leviathan
    80s horror film, total rip off of alien, but watchable nonetheless.

    was all "yeah the black guy survived to the end" then he died a minute from the end pointlessly
    Id that the film with the cool water effect?
    Not sure what effect you mean, you might be thinking of the abyss though
  • beastmaster 20 Nov 2013 21:04:09 11,451 posts
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    There's murmurs of The Abyss getting some very special treatment for the Blu-Ray release in 2014, along with True Lies.

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

  • MrFlay 21 Nov 2013 01:44:26 746 posts
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    Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

    An extremely enjoyable horror comedy with a witty script and some good performances from Alan Tudyk, Tyler Labine and the gorgeous Katrina Bowden. The hillbilly characters are the good guys and the college kids are extremely accident prone in gory but hilarious ways. I love the way the movie shows us the two different perspectives that lead to such chaos and confusion. It also satirises the whole backwoods slasher genre in numerous ways.

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  • Architect_z 21 Nov 2013 08:35:21 2,385 posts
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    Love Tucker and Dale vs Evil. Didnt really know what to expect when I first saw it, but its really good.

    The Amazing Spiderman (imo) was actually completeley pointless. I don't like Tobey Maguire by any standards, however the original spiderman movie with him in was way better. I don't even like the spiderman films, but Tobey Maguire was a better geek, the death of Uncle Ben was way more emotional, the comedy was better and the action scenes were more diverse.
  • khaz 21 Nov 2013 08:44:47 2,790 posts
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    The fights between Doc Ock and Spidey in Spiderman 2 were outstanding.
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