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 Post subject: Re: What was the last film you watched?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:16 pm 
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Finally got round to watching Fight Club after hearing one of my friends raving about it for years. Vastly overrated film.

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The first rule of fight club is: don't bother watching fight club. It's sh!t.

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Bad Grandpa - Johnny Knoxville at his best, that guy seriously has some balls for some of the stuff he attempts in public. Very very funny in parts.

Grown Ups 2 - Standard silly Adam Sandler film, funny in parts but probably a bit cringey too. I can tolerate that though, thought it was good overall but would understand if other people weren't keen.

Django Unchained - Almost 3 hours long, but went very quickly. Really liked it, but was unsure about the music selection in some parts, like a cowboy film with rap music in (although it only briefly happened twice but still :D ). The fella that played the German bloke was brilliant, and a great character in the film too.

Rush - About the 'rivalry' between James Hunt and Niki Lauda. Wasn't that impressed by it to be honest, which is a shame but once you've seen one sports film on something, you've seen them all. Only advantage this has is that it was based on true events. Still worth the watch though, not as good as Senna for me. For Lauda to come back from that accident and be racing within a couple of months afterwards, was nothing short of heroic.. unfortunate that it ruined his title chances, so unlucky losing by one point (and with the accident too of course). Special mention to those that pulled over and rescued him from his car too. The story itself is great.

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The LEGO Movie

It was genuinely hilarious. They took the route of Toy Story and aimed pretty much all the jokes at adults. I would say it's the funniest non-Disney animation I've seen. Another pro is that Will Ferrell was in it, but actually delivered his lines well, instead of just screaming.

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I'm intrigued by the Lego movie, will definitely check it out after your review T&B :thumbup:

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Seems to have had decent reviews in America so definitely going to try and catch the Lego movie while it's out.

I watched After Earth the other night what a complete pile of sh*te that is a film where nothing apart from the blindingly obvious happens in 90 minutes and Will Smith basically plays a robot. Glad I didn't pay to go and see it I'd give it a 2/10.

Last film I saw at the Cinema was Anchorman 2 obviously not as good as the first one but it was a decent enough sequal even if it did have a bit of a slow part in the middle before the ridiculous OTT ending i'd give it a 7/10.


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After Earth was indeed dire. M Nigh Shyalamadingdong must be finding it difficult to find new work after directing the Last Airbender and this pile of shite.

Oblivion looked like a masterpiece by comparison.


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I don't think shamalamalan has made a decent one since sixth sense.


I want to see The Lego Movie too. Literally haven't heard a bad word about it.

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M Nigh Shyalamadingdong


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Monuments Men

Slightly above bang average. Disappointing given some of the cast. But it had a few laughs, mainly Bill Murray and the little old fella who was in it.

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Wolf of Wall Street - I enjoyed it. 8.5/10 :thumbup:

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Wreck it Ralph - great little premise, story was so so, but overall an enjoyable animation. Gets a 7 of 9 from me!

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Wolf of Wall Street - I enjoyed it. 8.5/10 :thumbup:


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Thor: The Dark World. Pretty good blockbuster fayre, some funny parts. Great action. Loki impressive! Give it a 7.7364 out of ten.

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Really, really good. Dark, funny, Sam Rockwell is class. The whole cast are great.

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Spider-Man 2

7/10

I like this guy as spider man but I think it was aimed a bit more at kids this time than the last one with the cheesy jokes but the actions scenes were good but there wasn't really enough of them and I bet they looked good in 3D but sadly I watched in 2D.


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Transcendence...easily one of the worst movies that I have seen in recent memory..3/10

Godzilla....great special effects , as expected , but nothing that stood out...I preferred Pacific Rim to this.....5/10

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The Inbetweeners 2 - Probably the funniest film I've seen for a long, long time. I was laughing so hard in the cinema, had tears streaming down my cheeks. A vast improvement on the first one. It's the most puerile, immature type of comedy but I love it. 9/10

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It was good but I wouldn't say better than the first.

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It was good but I wouldn't say better than the first.


:ohmy: :thumbdown:

That Splash Planet scene will remain one of the best scenes ever of any Inbetweeners episode/ film.

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So anyone seen 50 shades of grey ?? The whole planet seem to be talking about it ..cant remember last tym any film got so much hype before release ..

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