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  • Bird Box 3.5/10 waste of 2 hrs

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    • Originally posted by paddysr View Post
      Bird Box 3.5/10 waste of 2 hrs
      Bugger off, it's ace.

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      • Originally posted by Preston1880 View Post

        Bugger off, it's ace.
        It really isn't. It could have been but it was a massive let down

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        • Aye, definitely a marmite film.

          I don't usually watch daft films like that, but it had me hooked right away.

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          • The Town (2010) - Extended Cut

            "Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) leads a band of ruthless bank robbers and has no real attachments except for James (Jeremy Renner), who -- despite his dangerous temper -- is like a brother. Everything changes for Doug when James briefly takes a hostage, bank employee Claire Keesey. Learning that she lives in the gang's neighborhood, Doug seeks her out to discover what she knows, and he falls in love. As the romance deepens, he wants out of his criminal life, but that could threaten Claire."

            Directed by Ben Affleck.

            Proper film, this. Enjoyed the hell out of it. What a ride.

            8.5/10

            Available now on SKY cinema.

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            • The Night Eats The World. (Netflix) 7/10

              A different spin on the usual zombie films. Claustrophobic and darkly silent.

              After waking up in an apartment the night after a raging party, Sam comes face to face with his new reality: an army of zombies has invaded the streets of Paris, and he is one of the lone survivors. Petrified with fear, he barricades himself inside the building to survive. He wonders how long can he last in silence and solitude, and the answer comes when he learns that he's not all alone after all.
              RIP Kurt
              Best mates for 14 years
              09/98 - 11/06/12

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              • Into The Fade (Netflix) 7/10

                This film is subtitled.

                Katja's life falls apart in the blink of an eye when two neo-Nazis kill her husband and 6-year-old son in a bomb attack. Her quest for justice soon pushes her to the edge as the two suspects stand trial for murder.
                RIP Kurt
                Best mates for 14 years
                09/98 - 11/06/12

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                • Originally posted by Jack Daniels View Post
                  The Night Eats The World. (Netflix) 7/10

                  A different spin on the usual zombie films. Claustrophobic and darkly silent.

                  After waking up in an apartment the night after a raging party, Sam comes face to face with his new reality: an army of zombies has invaded the streets of Paris, and he is one of the lone survivors. Petrified with fear, he barricades himself inside the building to survive. He wonders how long can he last in silence and solitude, and the answer comes when he learns that he's not all alone after all.
                  Sounds a bit like "I Am Legend"

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                  • Inside Man (2006) - 4/10

                    A tough detective (Denzel Washington) matches wits with a cunning bank robber (Clive Owen), as a tense hostage crisis is unfolding. Into the volatile situation comes a woman named Madaline (Jodie Foster), a mysterious power broker who has a hidden agenda and threatens to push a tense situation past the breaking point.



                    Absolute bobbins - It's trying so hard to be a clever twisting thriller, but fails miserably.
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                    Absolutely no idea why it's so highly rated.

                    Garbage.

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                    • Originally posted by Preston1880 View Post
                      Inside Man (2006) - 4/10

                      A tough detective (Denzel Washington) matches wits with a cunning bank robber (Clive Owen), as a tense hostage crisis is unfolding. Into the volatile situation comes a woman named Madaline (Jodie Foster), a mysterious power broker who has a hidden agenda and threatens to push a tense situation past the breaking point.



                      Absolute bobbins - It's trying so hard to be a clever twisting thriller, but fails miserably.
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                      Absolutely no idea why it's so highly rated.

                      Garbage.

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                      The Jodie Foster part isn't required in my eyes and just gets in the way.

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                      • Stan & Ollie 7/10.

                        Brilliant acting> Similarities were amazing, but not as funny as I hoped

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                        • Originally posted by Tino View Post

                          The Jodie Foster part isn't required in my eyes and just gets in the way.
                          Yeah that was baffling too. It's as though they were forced to find her a role in the film at the last minute​.

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                          • Watched the Ballad of Buster Scruggs on Netflix last night. A Cohen Brothers production comprising of 6 short tales from the Wild West. Sometimes there can be a fine line between what can be judged as utter brilliance and utter shite. I'm still undecided but an engaging 2 hours all the same.... 6/10

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