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After the Woolf reforms, the correct phrase is "You fucking what?" which is what I went with.


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Star Wars: The Kitchen Sink. There was some stuff happening. Daisy Ridley was made to look like a blank slate most of the time. It was a solid "fine".


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Star Wars: The Kitchen Sink. There was some stuff happening. Daisy Ridley was made to look like a blank slate most of the time. It was a solid "fine".


I'd give it a meh out of ten personally. It didn't do anything particularly wrong but neither was it all that engaging. It's worst crime is solidifying the fact that 'Star Wars film' has basically become a genre in it's own right with every single one of the new ones hitting similar story beats and set pieces. To the point that I can seriously imagine a whiteboard somewhere with a load of check boxes getting knocked off every year now. There's an interesting idea in there somewhere in terms of both Rey's struggle with the dark side plus her weird bond with Ren, but that's all concluded with the least amount of fuss or imagination. Instead, yet another contrived fetch quest gets all the screen time in the world. Pffh.


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Maybe shout "objection" at it?


After the Woolf reforms, the correct phrase is "You fucking what?" which is what I went with.


Mate

Of all people I thought you'd have got and appreciated the fucking genius there.

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You fucking what, mate.

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Star Wars: The Kitchen Sink. There was some stuff happening. Daisy Ridley was made to look like a blank slate most of the time. It was a solid "fine".

About 90 minutes in I retitled it Star Wars: Endgame and I’m standing by that decision.


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Star Wars: The Kitchen Sink. There was some stuff happening. Daisy Ridley was made to look like a blank slate most of the time. It was a solid "fine".

About 90 minutes in I retitled it Star Wars: Endgame and I’m standing by that decision.

I like that, too. I also had Star Wars: Slow Fight as a backup. Because man - get on with it.


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I'm about 10 minutes into 6 Underground, and already two massive, glaring continuity errors - one is the green Alfa getting scraped down the side by a bin lorry and losing its wing mirror - next shot, wing mirror there again and barely a scratch on it. Second is the doctor getting blood squirted in the face, mostly in the eye and forehead, and literally the next shot of her she has a small amount on her chin and none on the top half of her face. I mean fucking come on.

I'm sorry, but if you've watched that opening ten minutes and thought "oh, there's some continuity errors" rather than "that shot was so perfectly framed a fucking pigeon bounced off her head." then honestly I don't know what to tell you.

That's going to go down as one of the greatest car chases in cinematic history.

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I'm sorry, but if you've watched that opening ten minutes and thought "oh, there's some continuity errors" rather than "that shot was so perfectly framed a fucking pigeon bounced off her head." then honestly I don't know what to tell you.

That's going to go down as one of the greatest car chases in cinematic history.

I loved the opening (and the rest of the film), but they were fairly massive, glaring, continuity errors that undermined it, and if you're going to put that much effort into a car chase then don't be lazy and slipshod. It's like forging the Mona Lisa and accidentally painting on a moustache.

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I loved the opening (and the rest of the film), but they were fairly massive, glaring, continuity errors that undermined it, and if you're going to put that much effort into a car chase then don't be lazy and slipshod. It's like forging the Mona Lisa and accidentally painting on a moustache.


You’re assuming they were continuity *errors*.

A magical self repairing car sounds like an intentional homage to the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.

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the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


Well this should be good

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I loved the opening (and the rest of the film), but they were fairly massive, glaring, continuity errors that undermined it, and if you're going to put that much effort into a car chase then don't be lazy and slipshod. It's like forging the Mona Lisa and accidentally painting on a moustache.


You’re assuming they were continuity *errors*.

A magical self repairing car sounds like an intentional homage to the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


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New Star Wars was surprisingly pretty good - wasn't expecting too much of it, but it was thoroughly good fun, some convincing "oh god did they just kill [spoiler], nooooo" moments which totally got the kids, and very star warsy. And best of all, Chewie finally GOT A FUCKING MEDAL. One of the greatest injustices of the 20th century has finally been set right.

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the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


Well this should be good

Commando, right?


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the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


Well this should be good

Commando, right?

Predator or Aliens.

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Hang on - wtf am I saying. Die Hard. Which is also the best Christmas movie ever too.

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the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


Well this should be good

Commando, right?

Giphy "thats a bingo":
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MrChris wrote:
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the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


Well this should be good

Commando, right?

Predator or Aliens.

Both great action movies. As is Die Hard.

They don't start out with Arnie carrying a tree on his shoulder, though.

Greatest 90s Action Movie Ever is True Lies, by the way. Because it has Arnie. On a horse.

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I loved the opening (and the rest of the film), but they were fairly massive, glaring, continuity errors that undermined it, and if you're going to put that much effort into a car chase then don't be lazy and slipshod. It's like forging the Mona Lisa and accidentally painting on a moustache.


You’re assuming they were continuity *errors*.

A magical self repairing car sounds like an intentional homage to the Greatest 80s Action Movie Ever, to me.


If we're going to refer to 80s action films by the glaring mistakes in them, I preferred the one where a big screen early on in the film shows stuff that doesn't actually happen till later in the film.

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MrChris wrote:
New Star Wars was surprisingly pretty good - wasn't expecting too much of it, but it was thoroughly good fun, some convincing "oh god did they just kill [spoiler], nooooo" moments which totally got the kids, and very star warsy. And best of all, Chewie finally GOT A FUCKING MEDAL. One of the greatest injustices of the 20th century has finally been set right.

Even though it was 2.5 hours of continuity errors?

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I think you are confusing continuity errors and plot holes

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Also it was two hours twenty.

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If we're going to refer to 80s action films by the glaring mistakes in them, I preferred the one where a big screen early on in the film shows stuff that doesn't actually happen till later in the film.

Spaceballs?

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I've seen new Star Wars and thought it was great!

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I think you are confusing continuity errors and plot holes

It had both ;)

It was all right, but when it pulled off it's money shot I found I just didn't care.

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Oh, that little droid mechanic dude was cool, though.

Even if you do have to wonder why he didn't have any storage lying around.

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I enjoyed the latest Star Wars film.

I really enjoyed Alita: Battle Angel.

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Yeah Battle Angel was decent. Not seen new Star Wars yet. Been trying to get Josie into it, she normally likes good films but I showed her A New Hope and she was bored shitless. I'm starting to wonder if those films are really as good as I thought they were when I was blown away as an eight year old mostly by space battles like nothing I'd never seen before.


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New Hope is boring as shit to modern kids. After the first couple of minutes, nothing interesting happens for about half an hour.


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If we're going to refer to 80s action films by the glaring mistakes in them, I preferred the one where a big screen early on in the film shows stuff that doesn't actually happen till later in the film.

Spaceballs?

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Yep, I Fop the youngest really couldn't be arsed with New Hope. Mini Fop enjoyed it though. Should do Empire Strikes Back really.


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If we're going to refer to 80s action films by the glaring mistakes in them, I preferred the one where a big screen early on in the film shows stuff that doesn't actually happen till later in the film.

Spaceballs?

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Hah, can't believe I've never noticed that before. Just always assumed it was other folks.

What aren't I noticing?

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If we're going to refer to 80s action films by the glaring mistakes in them, I preferred the one where a big screen early on in the film shows stuff that doesn't actually happen till later in the film.

Spaceballs?

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Hah, can't believe I've never noticed that before. Just always assumed it was other folks.

What aren't I noticing?


The screenshot is from around 10-11 (if you have Amazon Prime, you can watch it here) minutes into the film and as part of the TV ad, it uses bits of footage from later in the film.

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Watching. The muppets Christmas Carol. This is the best version.

The best version of the Muppets Christmas Carol? Must be after they removed the awful song.

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Watching. The muppets Christmas Carol. This is the best version.

The best version of the Muppets Christmas Carol? Must be after they removed the awful song.


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Watching. The muppets Christmas Carol. This is the best version.

The best version of the Muppets Christmas Carol? Must be after they removed the awful song.


Awwww it is a lovely song

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Not only is the song awful (and quite adequately served by the reprise later) but it lasts about 15 minutes, and the woman sounds like she’s putting on a baby voice whilst holding several marbles in her mouth.

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Not only is the song awful (and quite adequately served by the reprise later) but it lasts about 15 minutes, and the woman sounds like she’s putting on a baby voice whilst holding several marbles in her mouth.


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Christ.. Amazon's subtitling for First Blood is awful. It's like someone listened to the dialogue and then had to type it up from memory ten minutes later. Nine out of ten sentences don't match what's being said and a lot of swearing is omitted and yet there's one bit where they've added swearing in where there was none before.

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