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Hammers1993 8:05 Sun Dec 30
2019 Movies
Some huge releases coming out this year:


- Welcome to Marwen - Steve Carell

- The Favourite - Olivia Coleman, Rachel Weisz & Emma Stone.

- Life Itself

- Collette

- Stan & Ollie - John C. Reilly & Steve Coogan.

- The Front Runner - Hugh Jackman

- Mary Queen of Scots - Margot Robbie

- Glass - Third part of the M. Night Shyamalan trilogy that included Split and started with Unbreakable.

- The Mule - Clint Eastwood

- The Vice - Adam McKay directs. Christian Bale, Sam Rockwell, Steve Carell, Amy Adams star.

- Green Book - I saw this in 2018 and it is one of the best movies I saw that year. Check this out when it arrives in cinemas, you won't be dissapointed.

- How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (3rd installment).

- Alita: Battle Angel - Written by James Cameron and stars Christoph Waltz. Animation/CGI looks very good.

- The Lego Movie 2

- Happy Death Day 2 U - Sequel to the cult horror that came out in 2018.

- Captain Marvel

- Us - Jordan Peele's (Get Out) next movie. Horror, looks very good.

- Dumbo - Live action Disney remake.

- The Sisters Brothers - John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal star in this Western.

- Shazam! - DC Comedy/Action.

- Hellboy - Starring David Harbour (Stranger Things)

- Captive State - John Goodman, looks an interesting premise.

- Avengers: End Game

- Pokemon Detective Pikachu - Stars Ryan Reynolds (as Pikachu). Weird combination but the trailer made it look interesting and one to check out

- John Wick: Chapter 3

- Aladdin - Another Disney Live Action Remake

- Rocketman - Elton John biopic played by Taaron Edgerton

- Ad Astra

- Godzilla: King of the Monsters

- The Secret Life of Pets 2

- Dark Phoenix (X-Men follow up)

- Men in Black: International (Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth)

- Shaft - Samuel L Jackson

- Toy Story 4

- The Lion King - Yet another Disney Live Action Remake (This one I am looking forward to though, trailer looked great).

- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Kurt Russel).

- Hobbs and Shaw - Fast and Furious Spin Off

- Artemis Fowl

- Dora the Explorer - Benecio Del Toro stars.

- IT: Chapter 2

- Downtown Abbey (The Movie)

- Joker (Joaquin Phoenix)

- Zombieland 2

- Terminator 6

- Kingsman 3

- Frozen 2

- Jumanji 2 (Sequel to the remade Jumanji)

- Star Wars: Episode 9

- Sonic the Hedgehog


Anything else that you lot are looking forward to seeing?

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Northern Sold 1:58 Fri Oct 18
Re: 2019 Movies
Racist

Gavros 12:58 Fri Oct 18
Re: 2019 Movies
Tries to watch BlackKklanssman last night.

Within 5 minutes the Mrs says "this is shit, lets put something else on". I said it had really good reviews so lets give it a bit more time. One and a half hours later, we turn off the TV. She was right. Absolute shit.

Claret Badger 9:24 Wed Oct 16
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Mr Anon 2:58 Wed Oct 16

you thick cunt

you missed the point then dropped your trousers to expose yourself to be an even bigger tool than your 3" dog penetrator

Percy Dalton 6:32 Wed Oct 16
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Watched The Keeper the other day about Bert Trautman.
Thought the football bits were rubbish some of the songs they were singing were from the 80s not the 50s and the pass back to the keeper he was kicking it straight out not picking it up.
I suppose that's what you get with 20 year old researchers.

Tricky Pablo 3:02 Wed Oct 16
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I watched Once Upon a Time in London the other day on Netflix.

Started of slow and a bit confusing but then it all fell into place and was very good.

The cast is interesting as well including ex boxers and others with shady pasts

Mr Anon 2:58 Wed Oct 16
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Claret Badger 4:08 Mon Oct 14
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"There ain't half some thick pricks on here if they think mentioning that Jimmy Hoffa died is a spoiler to the film The Irishman - it's like saying mentioning the boat sinks at the end of Titanic - or the Germans lose the war in a WW1/2 drama."

No,.the life of Hoffa is not comparable in scope to a World War, what a bizarre overreaching comparison.

crystal falace 2:44 Wed Oct 16
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Watched Into the tall grass yesterday and what a load of shite it is.

Half decent opening 20 minutes gets you slightly intrigued by it all then it just turns into utter nonsense and ridiculousness, only way to enjoy this film i imagine is to be high on something.

Northern Sold 11:36 Wed Oct 16
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Never seen it before but watched The Impossible all about the 2004 Tsunami disaster.... fuck me when she gets the branch in her tit... FUCKING OUCH... anyway... thought it was pretty good

Sniper 9:30 Wed Oct 16
Re: 2019 Movies
There were a couple of alternate endings for El Camino that we’re ditched - one by the studio, one by Gilligan himself. Paul and Gilligan have been discussing them this week - I wonder how much better either of them would have made it?

Eric Hitchmoe 9:46 Mon Oct 14
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Agree that El Camino feel like something is missing - but it is still a must-watch for BB fans. I didn't particularly need another BB fix as Better Call Saul more-than-adequately does that job, so El Camino was just a nice extra little treat. I wouldn't be surprised if they did a Jessie spin-off series. Not sure that would be a great idea though.

Hammers1993 8:27 Mon Oct 14
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ted fenton 3:14 Mon Oct 14

Watch Untouchable.

Or the original French title "The Intouchables".

It's the original (and better in every way) version of that film.

It's amazing.

chim chim cha boo 6:01 Mon Oct 14
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I saw a brilliant new documentary this weekend called The Street. It was shot over the course of four years and is about the gentrification of Hoxton St in Hackney.

Fucking interesting if a bit depressing.

Huffers 4:46 Mon Oct 14
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I have no idea who you are, but thank you.

Manuel 4:25 Mon Oct 14
Re: 2019 Movies
Huffers - You're a proper fucking doormat, son.

Claret Badger 4:08 Mon Oct 14
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There ain't half some thick pricks on here if they think mentioning that Jimmy Hoffa died is a spoiler to the film The Irishman - it's like saying mentioning the boat sinks at the end of Titanic - or the Germans lose the war in a WW1/2 drama.

you thick arseholes


to be fair - the movie doesn't even try to tackle the subject of ambiguity over his "disappearence" - but the fact remains its based on TRUE EVENTS - so maybe read a book?




in other news

Joker is fucking sublime - amazing total acting by Phoenix - and on point cinematography by the team that brought you The Hangover.

Huffers 3:47 Mon Oct 14
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I watched El Camino a second time as the Mrs wanted to watch it and found it better that time. I know what people are saying as it seemed like something was missing but it is what it is.

ted fenton 3:14 Mon Oct 14
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Not 2019 but watched "The Upside" 2017 last night and loved it.
Bryan Cranston is so good as he was in Breaking Bad.

Grumpster 2:23 Mon Oct 14
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Girl at work preferred BCS to BB.

I never gave it a go, as I was one of the not many who didn't go overboard on BB and found it average.

Manuel 11:54 Mon Oct 14
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Is BCS definitely worth watching?

claypole 11:33 Mon Oct 14
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I suppose El Camino gives proper closure to Breaking Bad and was watchable but would rather have had a series of Better call Saul this year instead.

Manuel 11:12 Mon Oct 14
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If you're a BB fan them it would not be possible to not enjoy El Camino, but Gilligan played it pretty safe and wasn't too adventurous imo, was hoping to more of the old cast for one, it was pretty much just another episode or 2 to season 5.

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