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  • BinaryBob101 1 Sep 2014 22:34:27 22,992 posts
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    Jignoreski. Why do you have me on ignore, you MONSTER?!?

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  • Bremenacht 2 Sep 2014 00:08:10 18,335 posts
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    jablonski wrote:
    But my original post on Budapest indicates that it's a self-indulgent style decision that takes me out of the film.
    Luckily I liked the film more than I hated Anderson this time round. Plus the effects are meant to look fake, so I kind of took it as a story told through many people's eyes, and embellished and stylised by each - until it's a fairytale.
    So obviously being taken out of the world of the film doesn't apply as much here.
    Woh. I like that.

    Saw it in the cinema and didn't notice the ration changes. I guess I was engrossed. Only the chase scene seemed different. So much taken from Fantastic Mr. Fox, which I also enjoyed, but seemed overlong.

    TDKRs opening was utterly awesome. Saw it at BFI IMAX and it seemed like the most incredible opener I'd seen since Star Wars. Stuff like is what drives people into the cinema. Directors like Nolan drive people into the cinema.

    ACtually, I'm wrong aren't I. It's fucking Bay and shit like new trilogy star wars that drives people into cinemas. Bah.
  • Kichijoten 2 Sep 2014 00:23:59 1,379 posts
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    The master.

    expertly acted and an interesting story but alas i was not in the correct mood. Certainly not on the near perfect level of the directors previous work, there will be blood.

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  • repairmanjack 2 Sep 2014 00:58:49 6,050 posts
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    Locke.

    Well, that wasn't quite the "intense thriller" that one (lying bastard) reviewer claimed. But I really liked it.

    To give a contrasting opinion, my wife has said she won't let me forget this one in a hurry. She thought it was worse than a documentary on paint drying.
  • gooner77 2 Sep 2014 08:32:16 767 posts
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    Gravity 8/10

    Rather good, wish I'd seen it first on the big screen though
  • DUFFMAN5 2 Sep 2014 09:27:15 14,701 posts
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    The Amazing Spider-man2

    Very poor :( such a shame as I enjoyed the first one a lot.

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    I enjoyed the bits in the cars

    Very poor. I also thought the first film was toss.

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  • Buztafen 2 Sep 2014 10:37:12 16,240 posts
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    BinaryBob101 wrote:
    Never, never fuck about with aspect ratios.
    Best aspect ratio fuckage ive seen recently was in Hunger Games Part 2: Getting Hungrier...

    When CatsNips is arriving in the games arena and the borders expand to fill the screen accompanied by a swelling of sound from the water I thought it was nicely done.
  • anephric 2 Sep 2014 10:39:32 203 posts
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    Brainstorm does some cool things with aspect ratios. And Galaxy Quest is quite funky, when it goes to scope once they're in space
  • b0rk 2 Sep 2014 14:22:13 2,729 posts
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    Midnight Run - 10/10

    One of my most favourite movies. The score my Danny Elfman is utterly brilliant and Martin Brest was content to let the actors ad-lib much of their dialogue/performance.
  • captainrentboy 2 Sep 2014 14:33:29 994 posts
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    Amazing Spidey 2 - 60%
    Enjoyed it more than I did in the cinema, but the storyline focusing on his parents really drags the whole thing down, whilst leaving far more important characters short on screen time.
    There's some fantastic superhero stuff in there, but unfortunately there's almost as much utter shit.
  • kalel 2 Sep 2014 14:34:17 87,775 posts
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    It's all a bit long and dry Spidey 2. They've set up the third to be a real banger though.
  • captainrentboy 2 Sep 2014 14:42:56 994 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    It's all a bit long and dry Spidey 2. They've set up the third to be a real banger though.
    Definitely, going from Peter's actions at the end it would appear they're definitely done with his parents' past. Which should hopefully result in a better, more focused, third movie.
    (Although one of the deleted scenes could've really shaken up these new Spidey flicks, thankfully they didn't go with it in the end though, as I'm not sure the revelation was necessary)
  • CosmicFuzz 2 Sep 2014 14:55:20 24,394 posts
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    I enjoyed ASM2 a lot more the second time around. They've really nailed the webswinging in these ones, the bit at the start when he's swinging around wisecracking was brilliant. It gets all rather packed with stuff, and could have done with a trim, but it's a decent film.

    I love the soundtrack too, especially the theme they've given Spidey. Although I should probably add that I'm a spider-man fanboy so perhaps more easily pleased than others.

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  • kalel 2 Sep 2014 15:54:35 87,775 posts
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    captainrentboy wrote:
    kalel wrote:
    It's all a bit long and dry Spidey 2. They've set up the third to be a real banger though.
    Definitely, going from Peter's actions at the end it would appear they're definitely done with his parents' past. Which should hopefully result in a better, more focused, third movie.
    I also found the whole Gwen Stacy thing a bit irritating in that I knew she was going to die from the second I heard she was the main love interest (anyone who knows the Spider-Man comics history would know this).

    They handled it quite nicely in the film and in particular her “death shot” was a nice representation of the classic frame in the comic, but nevertheless it was just a bit tiring going through two films knowing it was going to happen.

    I’m glad they’ve got it out the way, and will now presumably introduce MJ.


    Edited by kalel at 15:54:43 02-09-2014
  • StarchildHypocrethes 2 Sep 2014 16:06:17 25,917 posts
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    Xmen First Class - 80 Percentiles

    Watched this last night. Only seen it once before but I was drunk and remembered nothing about it. It's pretty good!

    Liked the whole Cold War tie in. Liked the characters. Fassbender was excellent. Main annoyance was McAvoy's stupid 2 fingers to the temple pose each time he did some Jedi tricks.
  • kalel 2 Sep 2014 16:08:08 87,775 posts
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    Also J-Law (I'm using this ironically btw) is somehow a bit weirdly unfit in it for some reason.

    I didn't think McAvoy was that good in it in all honesty. Bit cheesy and not very Picardish at all. Fassbender did a FAR better job and makes the film.

    Overall I really like the film though.
  • Kichijoten 2 Sep 2014 16:11:31 1,379 posts
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    Interesting , do i watch *edited out spider man2 as he is shit* captain America 2 or x men (the latest one) ?

    Edited by Kichijoten at 16:12:28 02-09-2014
  • StarchildHypocrethes 2 Sep 2014 16:15:15 25,917 posts
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    Yeah, I thought McAvoy was pretty weak throughout. The film succeeded in making me want to see the new one though.
  • Feanor 2 Sep 2014 16:17:16 14,169 posts
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    GOTG - 65%. Too cheesy for my tastes, and a lot of the jokes fell flat, but it was still fairly good.
  • BinaryBob101 2 Sep 2014 16:39:35 22,992 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    Also J-Law (I'm using this ironically btw) is somehow a bit weirdly unfit in it for some reason.

    I didn't think McAvoy was that good in it in all honesty. Bit cheesy and not very Picardish at all. Fassbender did a FAR better job and makes the film.

    Overall I really like the film though.
    It's the hair. Not kidding either. They sorted it out for the sequel.

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  • PierrePressure 2 Sep 2014 17:24:11 154 posts
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    Beast looks ridiculous too.
  • TechnoHippy 2 Sep 2014 20:45:23 14,718 posts
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    American Gothic

    I bought this on the strength of the name alone as I love the TV show of the same name. It just goes to show that I buy things for the dumbest reasons sometimes. To be honest I almost turned the film off in the first quarter of an hour. I stuck with it though and it developed into quite a weird and bloody slasher.

    There is a lot of weirdness in this film and as the end approach I didn't think it could get any weirder and it managed to surprise me. It shows it ages, but once it gets going it's a fun watch.

    7/10

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  • Aargh, 2 Sep 2014 21:05:19 291 posts
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    BinaryBob101 wrote:
    kalel wrote:
    Also J-Law (I'm using this ironically btw) is somehow a bit weirdly unfit in it for some reason.

    I didn't think McAvoy was that good in it in all honesty. Bit cheesy and not very Picardish at all. Fassbender did a FAR better job and makes the film.

    Overall I really like the film though.
    It's the hair. Not kidding either. They sorted it out for the sequel.
    I was pleased Magento wasn't Irish anymore, although there was still a hint of it lingering, McKellan seemed to put a very mild hint into his accent so it was at least consistent.

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  • Dougs 2 Sep 2014 22:38:26 67,829 posts
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    I haven't seen either of the newer Spidey films really should put that right. Been putting it off as they seem distinctly average but still.
  • HarryPalmer 2 Sep 2014 22:49:27 3,323 posts
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    Guardians of the Galaxy - 5/10

    Chris Pratt is charmless in this, but the writing is terrible.

    Hard to care what is happening because there is no peril. Every plan comes off perfectly - it's like the A-Team. The script consists of the main characters saying what they are about to do, and then doing it. The evil characters are under drawn, and boring, literally standing in a big room and shouting a bit.

    It's like watching someone play a game which consists of one long QTE.

    THAT BEING SAID, it's alright.

    Edited by HarryPalmer at 22:50:06 02-09-2014
  • jablonski 3 Sep 2014 13:09:09 4,160 posts
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    All That Jazz (1979)

    First time I've seen this, and I fucking loved it. Incredible film with so much energy. Bowled me over.

    Might not be for everyone as it's a bit self-indulgent (thinly veiled autobiographical telling of a period in the director's life), and quite fragmented, but I was very impressed.

    Roy Schieder was God during the 70's - French Connection, Jaws, Marathon Man, Sorcerer and this. He is superb in All That Jazz.

    94/100
  • PES_Fanboy 3 Sep 2014 13:11:44 16,102 posts
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    How many aspect ratio changes did it have
  • Aargh, 3 Sep 2014 13:15:01 291 posts
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    Lucy 4/10

    Watchable but ultimately a bit shit with nowhere near as much action as it needed and too much nonsense about the 10% of your brain being used.

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  • PES_Fanboy 3 Sep 2014 13:21:20 16,102 posts
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    There's no way I used 10% of my brain watching Lucy
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