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Started by mr_blue [Ignore] at 30,Aug,15 16:18  other posts
LET'S TALK MOVIES

New ones,old ones....what are you favourite movies,what are the turkeys you just don't like...have you got a favourite actor ?....you get the idea....

The Godfather trilogy....I still don't get it...

The Matrix was so good,then was followed by two sequels that just fucked the whole thing up....

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By andrew999999999 [Ignore] at 15,Jan,20 08:41 other posts 
Recently, I have watched Blue Story, Knives Out, Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker, and The Gentlemen at the cinema.
I will hopefully watch 1917 and Jojo Rabbit in the next couple of weeks.
Watched Headhunters and Life Of Brian on DVD, and Death Wish on Neflix recently.


By earthy [Ignore] at 14,Jan,20 18:56 other posts 
Peanut Butter Falcon was really good


By mr_blue [Ignore] at 14,Jan,20 18:52 other posts 
Watched the Irishman...if you like Scorsese, you'll like it...


By Scorps [Ignore] at 03,Jan,20 07:03 other posts 
Just finished watching Misery, haven't seen it in over 15 years probably. That bitch is NUTS! Still a pretty damn good movie if you hadn't seen it.
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 03,Jan,20 07:07 other posts 
I haven't seen that in years..

Guess I'm not a number one fan
By Scorps [Ignore] at 13,Jan,20 19:46 other posts 
Cute! Must have missed the response notification.
By Skittles [Ignore] at 13,Jan,20 21:43 other posts 
Annie Wilkes... is TwoWarms
By Scorps [Ignore] at 13,Jan,20 22:31 other posts 
She is a doody head!


By mr_blue [Ignore] at 03,Jan,20 00:54 other posts 
Anyone see any good movies over the festive season?
By t-rex [Ignore] at 03,Jan,20 01:16 other posts 
I haven’t had time yet, any good recommendations ?
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 03,Jan,20 06:17 other posts 
Dunno about recommendations, I watched Shazam
Mary Queen of Scots was ok...
And I finally watched avengers Endgame...still not sure about that,I have too many questions about that whole thing..
By t-rex [Ignore] at 04,Jan,20 00:21 other posts 
Thanks, I’m not caught up on all the Marvel movies yet, so I can’t watch the Endgame yet, I have heard tons of different things
By #601496 at 03,Jan,20 14:43
A Man and a Woman. The French version with subtitles. Anuk Aimee was terrific. The pic is retro 1960's
By sickboy2314 [Ignore] at 09,Jan,20 17:42 other posts 
I watched Mortal Engines over x_mas. Not a bad film. Worth watching--------------------------------------- added after 97 secondsAvengers Endgame made more sense to me the 2nd time I watched it
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 13,Jan,20 16:08 other posts 
I understood what was going on in Endgame,I just have questions that need answers, I'm not a fanboy,but I can see holes in the story.....


By bella! [Ignore] at 10,Jan,20 08:45 other posts 
Who saw Cat's, or who will admit to seeing Cat's? I loved the Broadway production of Cat's so it is somewhat sad to believe that it has done so poorly in the movie theaters.
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 13,Jan,20 16:03 other posts 
I haven't seen it...


By sickboy2314 [Ignore] at 10,Jan,20 17:21 other posts 
Just watched John Wick 3. Nothing but brutal action. I enjoyed it
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 13,Jan,20 16:02 other posts 
I watched that too


By able2selfsuck [Ignore] at 09,Jan,20 21:17 other posts 
Here's some of my all time favorites

Airplane!
Usual Suspects
Fight Club
Blazing Saddles
The Jerk
Pulp Fiction


By #521857 at 07,Mar,19 11:49
La Haine. (The best french movie, period.)
Akira (no description needed)
The Wind Rises (Most inspiring anime movie ever)
Casino / Pulp Fiction (best casting)
Clerks (best quotes)
Ia chute de l’empire Américain (meilleur film québécois)

Series
Naruto shippuden (without fillers) best anime
Planet earth (sooo beautiful and perfect)
Daredevil/Punisher (everthing is just perfect)
Breaking bad (best finished serie, GoT might steal the trone tho)


By bigg [Ignore] at 03,Mar,19 06:29 other posts 
Mad Max, not including Thunderdome or Fury Road.

Do ya hear me Toecutter?


By mr_blue [Ignore] at 27,Feb,19 12:49 other posts 
Venom was pretty good...
Isle of dogs is a cool movie..
By bella! [Ignore] at 27,Feb,19 16:57 other posts 
Did you see The Upside? It was a good movie!
By milesbferry [Ignore] at 27,Feb,19 18:36 other posts 
The original French film is very good. It's called 'Untouchable', from 2011:

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PS. In the UK, we watch foreign language films with subtitles, not dubbed.
By bella! [Ignore] at 27,Feb,19 18:51 other posts 
Subtitles? Yuck!

Here is the trailer for The Upside. Is our accent hard to understand or do you prefer the distracting subtitles?


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By milesbferry [Ignore] at 28,Feb,19 18:18 other posts 
Should this scene from Inglorious Basterds be dubbed in English?

To pay full attention to foreign language films subtitles are part of the experience.

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And the original films, French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish language, and the rest, are always better than the remakes. Compare the original Oldboy (Korea) to the US remake.
By Andthisisme [Ignore] at 03,Mar,19 02:48 other posts 
After a while you become so accustomed to subtitles that you read them without wpeven noticing them, I find dubbed movies far more annoying.


By #487013 at 02,Mar,19 11:52
Lords of chaos. It was okay, not enough metal.


By Skittles [Ignore] at 10,Aug,18 16:23 other posts 
Road House!

Right boot!



By gradurgaur [Ignore] at 07,May,17 18:20 other posts 
I was watching one of my favorite film of All time

shawshank redemption and what can i say about this film it amassing the acting of Morgan freeman and Tim Robbins are so awesome and the story is so good is something about this film that give it something extra special.

I think it one of thous films that will be timeless and will be Cult classic forever

It in same Class as film called Green Mile with Tom hanks and Michal Clark Duncan
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 07,May,17 19:02 other posts 
Good movies
By Skittles [Ignore] at 10,Aug,18 16:22 other posts 
Blue, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is on this weekend...



By mr_blue [Ignore] at 20,Oct,15 10:56 other posts 
Who's your favourite James Bond ?

Who's your favourite James Bond babe ?
By gradurgaur [Ignore] at 27,Oct,15 16:08 other posts 
Graig for sure.

bond babe that is hard one.

I wil have to say melina havelook from

For your eyes only
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 01,May,17 07:59 other posts 
Daniel Craig, I like Eva Green.. she's hot..
By AussieMan187 [Ignore] at 02,May,17 03:49 other posts 
I liked the Pierce Brosnan Bond. Daniel Craig is ok too I guess.
By tb1 [Ignore] at 07,Aug,18 13:21 other posts 
Eva Green is beyond HOT
By bigg [Ignore] at 07,Aug,18 13:25 other posts 
Daniel Craig, has the right Balance between suave and thumping bad guys. Eva Green, oh so lovely
By Skittles [Ignore] at 10,Aug,18 16:21 other posts 
Sean Connery for sure in the original era

Daniel Craig- banging broads and shooting it up. Essential Bond. Not that Pierce Bronson. He could not take over a fucking GAP store.

Bond Girls: Pussy Galore- just for the name, but for the real vote it is Vesper all the way.

Cunts.


By CreativeOne [Ignore] at 06,Aug,18 23:54 other posts 
Red Dawn


By Whoknows [Ignore] at 10,Jun,18 20:12 other posts 
Last week, Pulp Fiction was on TV and I had it on in the background whilst doing some work on the computer. I've seen it several times over the years and still don't get bored of it, which is unusual for me and movies.
As I was working and heard some of the classic script moments, I'd speak the lines along with the movie without really noticing how much I was doing it. There have been classic moments like those in countless movies I like where I might join in like that, but only those occasional ones that we all know well such as "Here's Johnny!" in The Shining, "We're gonna need a bigger boat" in Jaws or "Say hello to my little friend" in Scarface, for example. In Pulp Fiction that night, I must have joined in saying the lines more times than the classic moments from all the other movies combined!
I've watched other Tarantino movies, but in my opinion, Pulp Fiction is most definitely the pinnacle of his career. Everything about it works perfectly - cast, soundtrack, cinematography and editing. There's so many little details in it that seem insignificant or unnecassary when you think about them alone, but the humour and flow of the movie would be lost without them.
I think John Travolta is fantastic in it. Possibly the most unusual casting decision for a role I can think of, but I'd say it was the best acting he's ever done.
I have a friend, who's s0n is studying film at university at the moment. I asked him about the movie examples they use for studies, if any. He said they'd used Hitchcock's "Vertigo" and Kubrik's "2001 A Space Odyssey". Two fantastic movie favourites of mine, "2001" in particular as I'm a big fan of Kubrik, especially his "Dr Strangelove". I asked him this because I think Pulp Fiction should be one used for studying film these days, but I know there's no way it would be allowed due to it's content, which is a shame.

Sorry about my rambling, but I'm a bit of a geek when it comes to movies and music, and most of my friends don't have the same level of interest as I have, so this is a nice little chance to talk about it. I was about to continue this post by talking about the latest Star Wars movies, but I've done it as a blog post on my profile instead so this post is kept short.
By sinanff47 [Ignore] at 06,Aug,18 22:41 other posts 
His 'Pulp Fiction' -- "This ain't no dead nigga storage garage."

And don't forget his 'Inglourius Basterds', and his starring in 'From Dusk to Dawn'.


By mr_blue [Ignore] at 06,Aug,18 07:41 other posts 
I watched Justice League...looks so cheap compared to the Marvel movies...story is poop,plot holes galore..
By Blade [Ignore] at 06,Aug,18 22:01 other posts 
I just watched that too. Thought the same thing. Half the actors, mostly Ben afleck, are so horrible, it keeps reminding you that it's a bad movie.


By mr_blue [Ignore] at 03,Oct,15 11:18 other posts 
What have people made of the Star Trek reboot ?
By sickboy2314 [Ignore] at 06,Oct,15 16:21 other posts 
I like it
By JustWill [Ignore] at 06,Oct,15 16:48 other posts 
Both have been well done and quite enjoyable. Relaunches the franchise in fine fashion without destroying what came before.
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 07,Oct,15 01:42 other posts 
I have only seen the first one so far...good start...a few in jokes for the Trekkies
By JustWill [Ignore] at 07,Oct,15 12:44 other posts 
TrekERS, thank you very much...TrekERS. Do not make me have to geek slap you...
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 07,Oct,15 12:47 other posts 
By milesbferry [Ignore] at 07,Oct,15 19:25 other posts 
They're both good films. There's a tribble in the second one, too.
By ChocolateDevine [Ignore] at 20,Oct,15 14:26 other posts 
Both really good. I was surprised!
By mr_blue [Ignore] at 01,May,17 08:00 other posts 
I've watched all three now,good movies..
By earthy [Ignore] at 27,Oct,15 15:30 other posts 
I really liked both. I too was surprised.
By Sal5408 [Ignore] at 10,Jun,18 22:52 other posts 
I'm still loyal to the original crew of the USS Starship Enterprise.


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