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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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Syd Puddefoot 10:46 Fri Jan 11
Re: 2018 Movies
IsaacHock 3:47 Sun Dec 30

I watched Bad Times at the El Royale yesterday (it’s on Popcorn) very good I thought, would recommend. Don’t buy into the criticism of Chris Hemswoth’s portrayal of the mad physo 60s cult leader, I guess they come in various shapes and sizes, unless you have more experience of them than I do!

Loose ends? Can’t really think of any tbh.

Blunders 3:04 Wed Jan 2
Re: 2018 Movies
My ten 10 of 2018 (based on UK release dates) for those who care:

1. They Shall Not Grow Old
2. You Were Never Really Here
3. A Quiet Place
4. The Shape of Water
5. Roma
6. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
7. Phantom Thread
8. Annihilation
9. Mission Impossible: Fallout
10. Another News Story

Honourable mentions:
Loveless, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Old Man & The Gun, Pin Cushion, Lean on Pete.

the coming of gary 12:13 Wed Jan 2
Re: 2018 Movies
i thought Porcelain shit bowl was your latest stadium name

Northern Sold 12:08 Wed Jan 2
Re: 2018 Movies
Mary Poppins Returns.... wasn't bad.... OK so the songs ain't so catchy as the original and will probably never will be (Sherman Brothers genius) but decent couple of hours... and Emily Blunt gives it a right decent go.... I liked the scenes when they went into the porcelain shit bowl... 8/10

DukeofDevo 10:34 Wed Jan 2
Re: 2018 Movies
Saw that last night Agree 100%

Brilliant film and performance by Mortensen!

Oscars written all over it!

Hammers1993 9:22 Sun Dec 30
Re: 2018 Movies
Green Book.

One of the best films I've watched this year.

Viggo Mortenson and Mahershala Ali.

Based on true story, Viggo's character in it is an American-Italian bouncer who drives Don Shirley on a tour of the south, set in the 60's where black people were treated like vermin.

Great story that isn't bashing you over the head with a political message, as recent movies have tended to do.

This one had me hooked from minute one until the very end and it would not surprise me if Viggo gets an oscar nomination for his role.

Highly recommend.

Joe C 8:41 Sun Dec 30
Re: 2018 Movies
Straight after the football I watched The Predator

Two successive loads of old shit then

IsaacHock 3:47 Sun Dec 30
Re: 2018 Movies
Last night I watched a film that I hadn't even heard of 10 minutes before it started - Bad Times at the El Royale. After the first half of the film I was utterly enthralled by a piece of cinema that I considered the best I had seen in some time. With more than a nod to Tarantino, this was a slick, inventive crime thriller which, whilst paced slower than I would have liked, was building suspense and keeping the audience on their toes.

By the end of the film I was utterly disappointed. Without revealing spoilers (it is really still worth digging out and watching), these are my gripes:-

1. A major Hollywood A-Lister from an incredibly successful current movie franchise turns up around 2/3rds of the way in and utterly stinks the place up. His character should be intense and menacing, instead we get a load of neither.
2. Loose-ends-a-plenty. I am still scratching my head now over some of the seemingly crucial 'reveals' during the film which turned out to be utterly irrelevant, or in some cases, never mentioned again. Odd.
3. One of the characters in the film has a talent. A very marketable talent. This talent is shared with the audience at every opportunity, and becomes embarrassing over time. Difficult to explain without revealing the plot, but you'll know who I am talking about.

This film is a miss for me, but that most disappointing of misses, where it could easily have been a classic with some minor tweaks. Take a look, but go in open eyed.

Joe C 8:50 Sat Dec 29
Re: 2018 Movies
Watched Venom last night - don't bother, utter gash

Manip 11:14 Fri Dec 28
Re: 2018 Movies
Watched A Bridge Too Far yesterday followed by The Heroes of Telemark. Superb.

Pagey 11:10 Fri Dec 28
Re: 2018 Movies
I had a lot of doubts about it and read some poor reviews but I ended up being dragged along to watch Holmes & Watson yesterday.

Whatever you do in life, please NEVER watch this humongous piece of shit. It’s truly awful. Beyond shit.

w4hammer 12:16 Wed Dec 26
Re: 2018 Movies
Leave No Trace
Sciario 2

( clap , clap , clap )

Thank me later

4ever-blowin-bubbles 11:51 Wed Dec 26
Re: 2018 Movies
it will soon be 2019 movies
what ones are we looking forward to ?

Fortunes Hiding 12:17 Wed Dec 26
Re: 2018 Movies
Watched bird box on Netflix.

Great film.

And watched Calibre after somebody posted on here about it....worth watching

Grumpster 11:05 Tue Dec 25
Re: 2018 Movies
Just watched Peter Rabbit.

Thought it was superb!

DukeofDevo 10:14 Fri Dec 21
Re: 2018 Movies
Looking forward to The Mule.

Eastwoods new film and probably last, looks really frail in it, might shell out the price of a ticket to see it at the Cinema.

Alfs 2:50 Fri Dec 21
Re: 2018 Movies
There are some stories that involve strong females, Bruuuno. There have in fact been quite a few over the last couple of thousands of years.

Takashi Miike 12:07 Fri Dec 21
Re: 2018 Movies
most of the shit on Netflix is trying to do that too, I'll be cancelling it soon

bruuuno 12:01 Fri Dec 21
Re: 2018 Movies
Alf’s it doesn’t help that small cinemas seem to be trying to change the world. Every single film at my local watershed was some tale about a strong female or some other feminist bollocks.

I don’t go to the cinema to be told what to think

CanningTownWA 11:14 Thu Dec 20
Re: 2018 Movies
Roma must be the most boring film ever and I like foreigne indie films. Hands up I quit after an hour or so but do not know why all the hype

Private Life managed to keep me hooked although I nearly gave up early on

New Jersey 8:25 Thu Dec 20
Re: 2018 Movies
I thought 2018 has been a good year at the UK box office, one of the best for ages?

I would gladly pay a bit more if they banned pop corn, fucking irritates me, I've moved seats just so I don't have to listen to someone munching the fucking stuff through the film. Or perhaps I'm just a grumpy old twat!

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