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I watched Sex Tape with Cameron Diaz and Jason Segal.

Jesus fucking Christ what a turd.

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Breakdown with Craig Fairbrass. Really liked it.

And Greyhawk. I've never seen a film like it. The ending is a bit weird but the rest is brilliant. It's incredibly frustrating in the way you genuinely feel for the poor sod as he tries to make his way around completely blind.

Probably one of the most memorable films I've seen in a long time.

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We watched Santa Claus The Movie with the child.

It was still good!

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We watched Santa Claus The Movie with the child.

It was still good!

It's got a lot of magic that one. You can really tell it was made by the Salkinds of Superman fame


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We watched Klaus on Netflix. Pretty magical. Recommended


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Curiosity wrote:
We watched Santa Claus The Movie with the child.

It was still good!

Dudley Moore is a fucking joy.

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Finally watched Spider-Man: Far From Home.

It was alright. Mysterio was a good baddie. It had funny bits. Tom Holland was really good.

But it wasn't nearly as good as Into the Spider-Verse.

That film just nailed Spidey.


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Pundabaya wrote:
But it wasn't nearly as good as Into the Spider-Verse.

Few films are.

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Curiosity wrote:
We watched Santa Claus The Movie with the child.

It was still good!

I love that film. The bit with the boy looking in the window of McD’s at the happy families always used to get to me. Also cuddly Dudley :luv: inventing central heating. It’s just brill. John Lithgoe is great in it, too. And Mrs Claus. Santa looks great: he’s just the perfect Santa.

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Curiosity wrote:
We watched Santa Claus The Movie with the child.

It was still good!

Dudley Moore is a fucking joy.

Patch gets fucked over royally in that film. So what if a few toys broke? Stick with the assembly line, iron out the bugs and reap the benefits. Send a few apologies to the kids affected by the first run. A hatchimal or two should work


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That film did give me a new word aversion, though.’Puce’, to go alongside my number one word aversion ‘mauve’.

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Curiosity wrote:
We watched Santa Claus The Movie with the child.

It was still good!


I read this as 'It's was still good, despite the child'

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The start of new Rambo is just the worst.

There’s headache inducing Taken 3 style cuts and some CG water for some reason. Can’t have actors getting wet now can we. In the rain. But then they get wet anyway.

And the acting? Wow.

And the dialogue? Wow.

3 minutes in and I want it to end.


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Rambo now lives underground in an interconnected tunnel system like he’s storing nazi gold. The tunnels have been referred continually and will clearly be where the final fight happens. It’s less foreshadowing and more smashing you over the head causing blunt force trauma.


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I might skip to the credits to see if Stallone wrote the script. I strongly suspect he did.


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Fucks sake.

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt1206885/full ... _=m_ttfc_2

He write movie good.


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Is Rambo the one with the robot butler?

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Rocky 3 or 4 I think, Mimi.

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Rocky! Of course it blinking is. I was going to say that living in an underground mansion isn’t a massive leap from having a robot butler.

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You're talking about oscar nominated screenwriter, Sylvester Stallone, right?

Just checking.


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Giphy "did i stutter motherfucker?":
https://media0.giphy.com/media/ItAkB3iyEfYyc/giphy-loop.mp4


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Fuck you Giphy.


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Fuck you Giphy.

Classic.


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I didn’t realise everyone in the Mexican cartel was in spec ops. They instantly die in amusing fashion (shotgun to head seems particularly effective), as was obvious from the trailer, but the CG is pretty bad in places. They put in CG lasers for some reason when surely a small laser pointer on a gun would surely cost peanuts in the states.

Then the credits are a montage of all the previous films just to remind you how shit this was.

1/10 for the deaths but it’s just Stallone’s poor facsimile of Taken. Taken 3, that is.


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Fuck you Giphy.

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Just watched the Black Widow Trailer, I think that's the least whelmed I've been after watching an MCU trailer. Hopefully I'll be more whelmed by the time it comes out in May!


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It's like it doesn't know whether it wants to be a spy thriller or a superhero epic.


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As Astra: Liv Tyler is in it, looks hot and doesn’t say a single word. That just about sums up the entire film. What a load of shit.


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Pundabaya wrote:
It's like it doesn't know whether it wants to be a spy thriller or a superhero epic.

It does look like they're trying to do too much with it. All depends what they edit out, probably.


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I’m watching Klaus. A few minutes in and the light is fantastic.

I have no idea what this film is about so I hope it has some kind of Christmassy but.

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Klaus is about a German guy who invented the lever arch file.

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When Darwin was four months old we took him to a baby cinema to watch a film about the woman who invented the magic mop, so I’m fine with that.

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The Brave One with Jodie Foster.

Had never even heard of it before.

Bloody hell it was good. Even had bonus tit.

But yeah, childishness aside what a great movie that was.

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Mimi wrote:
When Darwin was four months old we took him to a baby cinema to watch a film about the woman who invented the magic mop, so I’m fine with that.


Narrator: it was a Wilko

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Watched The Irishman. Really enjoyed it. Paced about right for me, but We did watch just an hour the first night and the rest tonight.

I get what people mean by DeNiro moving ‘old’ but I think that’s because for a long while he has moved as if his neck is fused and his head joined directly to his shoulders. I think it’s forgiven slightly when he is really old, as he moved significantly older still. Maybe the young DeNiro character had a bit of a John Regis vibe about him.

Anyway, it was good. As much a film about ageing as it was about gangsters.

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Mimi wrote:
Watched The Irishman. Really enjoyed it. Paced about right for me, but We did watch just an hour the first night and the rest tonight.

I get what people mean by DeNiro moving ‘old’ but I think that’s because for a long while he has moved as if his neck is fused and his head joined directly to his shoulders. I think it’s forgiven slightly when he is really old, as he moved significantly older still. Maybe the young DeNiro character had a bit of a John Regis vibe about him.

Anyway, it was good. As much a film about ageing as it was about gangsters.


I will admit it really didn't take me long to get my head around the old part. I guess I didn't realise how much they had all aged, then looked at when Goodfellas came out and all of a sudden felt very old myself :S

Once I got my head around it though it was fine.

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Grim... wrote:
I watched Sex Tape with Cameron Diaz and Jason Segal.

Jesus fucking Christ what a turd.

I actually rather enjoyed it, as surprising as that may be. Not as good as Bad Teachers but a good Segal/Diaz effort.

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I meant to say about The Irishman yesterday:

1) I never noticed how short Al Pacino was before. I’d have thought he was shorter than DeNiro, but he’s significantly shorter.

2) Joe Pesci’s old man face was particularly good, like he had no teeth. Maybe he really has no teeth?

3) I had no idea who the ‘Irishman’ was until after the film ended. I had to ask Russell which of the characters was supposed to be of Irish extraction.

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If you really want to see the passage of time try watching Mean Streets right after it. De Niro and Harvey Keitel are actual kids, it's wild.


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1 other person in the Joker screening this morning, cheeky fucker, I might go sit next to them.


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If you really want to see the passage of time try watching Mean Streets right after it. De Niro and Harvey Keitel are actual kids, it's wild.

Huh, it’s on Netflix and I’ve not seen it for years, so I might do that tonight.

On a similar subject, what’s the name of the film that has... I think De Niro? Others, but the cast list escapes me because I saw it in the 90s (I think) where there’s a priest and there’s a group of boys being sexually abused? Might also have people like Kevin Bacon in it (might have imagined him? Or Hoffman (also might have imagined him))?

And this may or may not be the same film, but something where a group of kids accidentally kill someone by pushing a hotdog cart down a subway staircase?

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I think you mean Sleepers


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Or Mystic River

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No, Swuirtvis right, it’s Sleepers. I recognise the name immediately now I’ve seen it written. Man, that’s a dark film, but also really good from what I remember.

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Yes, it is really good. Dustin Hoffman has really bad hair, if I remember correctly.


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Knives Out. Really enjoyed it; a whodunnit with Rian Johnson doing his usual ha! You think it is this obvious thing, but it is not.


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Escape Room: highly enjoyable film where people have to escape. From a room. Or die. Better than the cube. Or the other escape room film.

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I know I'm late to the party, but Joker was brilliant, utterly captivating and a fantastic score.


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