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Hammers1993 4:52 Fri Jan 5
2018 Movies
Another year of some good movies to look forward to:

- Molly's Game

- All the Money in the World

- Hostiles

- Darkest Hour

- Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

- Coco

- The Post (Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep)

- Downsizing

- 12 Strong

- Phantom Thread (PTA, Daniel Day Lewis)

- Untitled Cloverfield Sequel

- Fifty Shades Freed (One to keep the Mrs happy lads)

- Black Panther

- Lady Bird

- Annihilation

- I, Tonya

- Wonder Wheel

- Ready Player One

- A Quiet Place

- The New Mutants

- Avengers: Infinity War

- Solo: A Star Wars Story

- Deadpool 2

- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

- Sicario 2: Soldado

- Incredibles 2

- Alita: Battle Angel

- Mission Impossible 6

- Ant-Man and the Wasp

- The Predator (Shane Black Directing. Lethal Weapon writer, The Nice Guys/Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Director)

- The Equalizer 2 (Denzel Washington's first ever sequel)

- Venom

- Johnny English 3

- The Jungle Book (Andy Serkis Directing and Starring. Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch. To be shot using Motion Capture)

- First Man (Damien Chazelle, director of Whiplash, La La Land. About Neil Armstrong first man to walk on the moon. Ryan Gosling is Neil)

- X-Men: Dark Phoenix (Follow on to the X-Men First Class, Days of Future Past, apocalypse movies)

- Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindlewald

- Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2

- Mortal Engines

- Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Animated movie about Miles Moralis Spider-Man from the looks of the trailer. Features Liev Schreiber, Mahershala Ali from Moonlight)

- Aquaman

Anything else you lot are looking forward to seeing?

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Swiss. 1:38 Fri Jul 13
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Saw Calibre the other night. Not bad. Some pretty tense stuff.

y2smif 12:13 Wed Jul 11
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Golden Oldie 4:27 Thu Jun 21

I wasn't expecting anything of Oceans 8, but actually ended up enjoying it. Decent cast, even Corden. Twist was well played and it linked in to the Oceans franchise easily. Turned out not to be a "remake with women" like people were painting it to be.

Saw Tag on Monday as well. Laughed a lot through this, one particular scene surprisingly pushed the Hollywood limit of what should/shouldn't be joked about. Silly stupid film, but funny nonetheless

Mr Anon 7:53 Tue Jul 10
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Golden Oldie 4:27 Thu Jun 21
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It's not a remake.

You sound like a right laugh, going to stop following football because all of those peado coaches?

Swiss. 6:17 Tue Jul 10
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I watched Ghost Stories last night. The first Paul Whitehouse story I thought was very good and quite scary. Kind of went downhill from there. Crap ending imho.

But good acting especially from Freeman as usual.

6/10 worth a watch.

Gavros 5:52 Thu Jun 21
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You sound like a thoroughly pleasant chap Oldie.

Your wife must feel very lucky.

Swiss. 5:43 Thu Jun 21
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Dakota Fanning is pleasant on the face.

Golden Oldie 4:27 Thu Jun 21
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I don't watch Hollyweird movies myself (I don't like to supplement the income of pedophiles) but I must say Ocean's 8 looks to be exactly what the buying public have been crying out for, a highly popular movie remade for no reason whatsoever but replacing the men of the original with women instead.

Women, not just abysmal drivers but can be forced to suck hollyweird mogul's dicks to advance their careers too.

Gavros 4:18 Thu Jun 21
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I saw Hereditary last night. Seems to be suffering a lot from the fact it was hyped as this century's Exorcist. It's nowhere near that, more like a cross between Mother! and one of the Insidious films. In other words pretentious and not very scary.

Swiss. 6:27 Mon Jun 18
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Agreed Quiet Place was shit boring.

bruuuno 5:47 Mon Jun 18
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It’s really not scary, it’s just a series of very emotional scenes. Me and the bird couldn’t even figure out wtf was going on towards the end.

Very much the sort of film to please pretentious film reviewers than for the enjoyment of the punters

I thought quiet place was similar, dull as shit but lapped yo by the critics

Swiss. 5:16 Mon Jun 18
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Really. A lot of hype and saying super scary. So it's not?

Whoever recommended the Alienist series gets my respect. Excellent series.

bruuuno 4:52 Mon Jun 18
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Watched hereditary last night, was absolute shit.

Swiss. 6:59 Mon Jun 4
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Being watching the French Sci-Fi series Missions. Excellent stuff.

Top Iron 6:18 Mon Jun 4
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There ‘s only one movie I’m interested in this summer. Let’s hope it lives up to the hype.


Joe C 4:36 Mon Jun 4
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No, couldn't stand La La Land - never got what all the fuss is about at all

Northern Sold 4:23 Mon Jun 4
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Hang on Joe did you not champion La La Land when it came out?? At least my gay fest has bearded women in it...

... anyway still my film of the year is Lean on Pete... Genius... 9.91/10

Joe C 2:53 Mon Jun 4
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Sounds like you pound arse now Sold. So sad

scott_d 2:31 Mon Jun 4
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I watched 2 films this weekend:

Light hearted, not taken too seriously and enjoyed not having to think too hard.

3 Bilboards
Really enjoyed this, some laugh out loud moments and some great characters.

Northern Sold 2:05 Mon Jun 4
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Lot of deniers out there... just have to go with the flow Gents... The Greatest Showman kicks arse

Joe C 1:49 Mon Jun 4
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Ag x3

Unfortunately no, would have been preferable to The Greatest Showman by far

Mad Dog 1:46 Mon Jun 4
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Joe c

A sing along version of SOLO?

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