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  • JoeBlade 27 Jul 2014 14:59:43 2,672 posts
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    Classic jabonkerski!
  • Tonka 27 Jul 2014 15:05:45 21,367 posts
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    Indeed. A missed opportunity. Well, there's always Kings of Summer.

    If you can read this you really need to fiddle with your forum settings.

  • spindle9988 27 Jul 2014 15:11:21 3,676 posts
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    The Conjuring 7.5/10

    Not original in the slightest but it did everything well. Plus I was too sccared to go outside in the dark for a fag last night, so it did the trick
  • khaz 27 Jul 2014 15:17:42 2,826 posts
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    I simply do not understand how anyone can find a film that chooses to use a chewing gum stuck in hair analogy to explain demonic posession even remotely scary.

    Not to mention its a mediocre film at best.
  • Defecationqueen 27 Jul 2014 15:20:19 676 posts
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    City Slickers.
    Ain't seen it before. Won't watch it again. The horses were nice.

    6/10.
  • spindle9988 27 Jul 2014 15:21:11 3,676 posts
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    One strange analogy doesns't ruin a film for me. I did watch with 7.1 headphones on as well which ramped up the tension. I though it was a really good horror
  • Gremmoo 27 Jul 2014 15:22:58 1,134 posts
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    It's cliché and covers all the horror tropes that exist, but it does it very well.
  • khaz 27 Jul 2014 15:24:39 2,826 posts
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    Guess i wasnt feeling it. Found it mostly rubbish. :/

    Oh well...
  • spindle9988 27 Jul 2014 15:25:50 3,676 posts
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    poot wrote:
    It's cliché and covers all the horror tropes that exist, but it does it very well.
    I agree. Proper sense of dread throughout the whole film. Reminded me of amityville
  • JoeBlade 27 Jul 2014 15:27:15 2,672 posts
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    poot wrote:
    It's cliché and covers all the horror tropes that exist, but it does it very well.
    Uh oh.

    /hides under duvet
  • jablonski 27 Jul 2014 15:32:57 4,974 posts
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    Conjuring seems to love a bit of Changeling (George c Scott) and the 60's Haunting.

    Check those bona fide classics out.
    They are fantastic.

    Edited by jablonski at 15:33:28 27-07-2014
  • killersrquiet 27 Jul 2014 16:54:16 2,205 posts
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    Amazing spiderman 2.

    6.5/10

    Watchable....... That's about it really
  • khaz 27 Jul 2014 17:21:55 2,826 posts
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    Starman

    One of my favourite films ever with wonderful performances from Jeff Bridges and Karen Allen. One of the all time great sci-fi movies too. Every repeat view is just as good as the first.

    And the soundtrack, man.

    Edited by khaz at 17:22:44 27-07-2014
  • PES_Fanboy 27 Jul 2014 20:27:20 18,999 posts
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    D'Purge: Anarchy

    It felt like even I could've improved the script, in half an hour, with a lengthy coffee break.

    Could've been much better, if they'd thought of some reasoning and motivations.

    42/100
  • gooner77 28 Jul 2014 09:02:20 902 posts
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    Pain and Gain 6/10. Entertaining enough but when you think about afterwards you realise its a bit if a morally bankrupt film.

    Like all Bay films its a bit too long as well
  • glaeken 28 Jul 2014 09:57:07 11,266 posts
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    The woman in black - 5/10 - Pretty average. Harry Potter was I think actually quite good but the story was just nothing special. Seen it all before. It also seemed to rely on jump shocks which actually all failed to surprise me. I wonder if they were just too obvious or they just don't work on me any more.
  • CosmicFuzz 28 Jul 2014 10:02:04 25,702 posts
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    I haven't seen the film version, but I saw the play of The Woman in Black a few years ago, and it was brilliant. Like you say, nothing really new, but it was surprisingly scary. For some reason I wasn't expecting to be jumping in my seat at the theatre!

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  • glaeken 28 Jul 2014 10:25:02 11,266 posts
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    The films's just really clichéd and it relies on jump scares rather than being creepy. It's not terrible. It looks good and the atmosphere is quite nice in places but it just does nothing to mark itself out.
  • jablonski 28 Jul 2014 10:28:28 4,974 posts
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    I'd agree with that.

    It's OK, but has a few cheap scares and isn't well paced.
  • the_milkybar_kid 28 Jul 2014 10:38:21 850 posts
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    Video Games The Movie.

    Interesting and informative in parts, but is totally unfocused and an absolute clusterfuck, barely grazes over the last 25 years and there's far too many people trying to tell the audience that games aren't evil.

    4/5.

    Edited by the_milkybar_kid at 10:42:30 28-07-2014
  • binky Moderator 28 Jul 2014 10:41:20 9,950 posts
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    For the first time in such a long time, we've had quite the movie weekend.

    Lego Movie
    Good fun, and my 4 year old sat all the way through without (too much) fidgeting. Thought it was good fun and enjoyed the little references to other movies with my particular favourites being Billy Dee Williams and the "Hero you deserve" line.

    7/10 from me. EverythingWasAwesome/10 from my boy.

    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
    I'd been looking forward to this for a while, and it didn't disappoint. It was nice to watch a feel good movie without being too overloaded with schmaltz and I really enjoyed the way it looked. The iconography and text overlays were great, and the movie never outstayed its welcome. Even though I know he directs, I was still rather surprised to learn it was directed by Ben Stiller.

    8/10

    The Wolf of Wall Street
    Again - had been looking forward to watching this (and again) - Loved it. Lives up to the hype it received around Oscar time, and for me it felt like a spiritual successor to Goodfellas (way more so than Casino ever did).
    Leonardo Di Caprio continues to be fantastic, even though it felt as if he'd been watching a lot of Ray Liotta to get into the mood. As I feared before going in, Jonah Hill felt a little miscast, though I think the teeth were more a problem for me than his acting.

    Was about 20 mins too long for us as well, though I have no idea where I'd have trimmed it from!

    10/10
  • CosmicFuzz 28 Jul 2014 10:43:28 25,702 posts
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    "movie weekend" aka "I don't think I can move from this sofa without my manhood ripping itself open, put in another film son"

    ;)

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  • jablonski 28 Jul 2014 10:43:50 4,974 posts
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    Such a polarising film that wolf Street one.

    Loads of people love it.
    I thought it was tripe!

    Maybe a rematch in a year's time to see how I find it
  • binky Moderator 28 Jul 2014 10:44:54 9,950 posts
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    ha ha - hush!

    To be fair, it's the first time our youngest has started to settle a bit more at night, so putting a film on hasn't been a completely pointless experience.
  • binky Moderator 28 Jul 2014 10:45:26 9,950 posts
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    @jablonski Did you like Goodfellas, out of interest?
  • CosmicFuzz 28 Jul 2014 10:47:29 25,702 posts
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    I liked WoWS, although I definitely thought they could have cut one of the many strippers/sex scenes out. It needed about an hour cut I thought, felt very bloated.

    Definitely not tripe though! :D

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  • jablonski 28 Jul 2014 10:49:24 4,974 posts
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    binky wrote:
    @jablonski Did you like Goodfellas, out of interest?
    Absolutely love it.

    I didn't like casino much for basically repeating it, and WOWS for repeating it even closer.
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