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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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bruuuno 2:01 Thu Jan 9
Re: 2019 Movies
I thought 1917 wasn’t out until Friday?

Northern Sold 1:55 Thu Jan 9
Re: 2019 Movies
.... or Carrier Pigeons??

Hello Mrs. Jones 1:26 Thu Jan 9
Re: 2019 Movies
Just saw 1917. Good film, not great.

Sort of a poorer British 'Saving Private Ryan' .

Spoiler alert............

Why didn't they just drop messages from a plane onto the British trenches? Mind you thant wouldn't have made much of a film.

AKA ERNIE 1:20 Thu Jan 9
Re: 2019 Movies
just seen jojo rabbit bloody superb film some great acting and nloody funny

ChillTheKeel 3:02 Tue Dec 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Funnily enough, no.

New Jersey 2:58 Tue Dec 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Chill - No room for Rocketman on your list?

ChillTheKeel 2:53 Tue Dec 31
Re: 2019 Movies
My top 5 for 2019

Once upon a time
Hotel Mumbai
Official Secrets

New Jersey 2:42 Tue Dec 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Just got back from Singapore and watched the final Star Wars with one of those golden ticket seats, which gives waitress service, leather reclinable seats which was really good but I thought the film was at best average but I'm not a particular Star wars fan.

On plane back watched The Godfather Part 1, forgotten what an absolute brilliant film this was, any of the leading actors could have got the Oscar, particularly James Caan playing the slightly hot tempered Sonny!

crystal falace 1:46 Tue Dec 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Watched Knives out over the weekend and agree its absolutely brilliant, doesnt take itself to seriously and you can tell they really enjoyed making it.

There are dvd quality versions of it online already for those that know where to look.

ray winstone 11:07 Mon Dec 30
Re: 2019 Movies
Just watched Apollo 11, very fucking commendable.

IsaacHock 12:42 Sat Dec 28
Re: 2019 Movies
Ad Astra - 7/10 - Watchable
Knives Out - 9/10 - Enthralling

Chip Shop Charlie 11:53 Thu Dec 26
Re: 2019 Movies
normannomates 4:57 Tue Dec 3


Thanks for the tip Norm, watched it yesterday and it was a good 'un.

Once More - also known as The Magic of Belle Isle

Manuel 9:46 Thu Dec 26
Re: 2019 Movies
Yea, The Prestige is superb.

Watched the latest Rambo film, enjoyed it coz it's Rambo but very different to the other ones. The last 20 mins were great.

Kaiser Zoso 9:33 Thu Dec 26
Re: 2019 Movies
I started watching it yesterday, something's eluded me? Long on how Hollywood worked (in a not very interesting way), short on plot so far?

Maybe l’ll start over

normannomates 1:55 Sun Dec 22
Re: 2019 Movies
Once upon a time.. In Hollywood
Loved this film

MaryMillingtonsGhost 11:13 Fri Dec 20
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crystal falace 10:34

Great film, although agree about the ending.

Looking forward to Tenet, the new Christopher Nolan film, although not out til next year

As with Memento and Inception plenty of time-bending mindfuckery going on.
Probably the most consistent director of the past 10-15 years imo.

crystal falace 10:34 Fri Dec 20
Re: 2019 Movies
Obviously an old film but finally got round to watching the prestige last night, was really good right up until the end, thought the cloning twist was a bit dumb.

Mad Dog 9:52 Thu Dec 19
Re: 2019 Movies
Not going to bother with the new star wars. The last one was shit, this looks shit and the reviews say its shit.

Hasn't been a good star wars film since 1983

Swiss. 4:51 Thu Dec 19
Re: 2019 Movies
sorry wrong thread

Swiss. 4:50 Thu Dec 19
Re: 2019 Movies
Lust For Life - Trainspotting

RBshorty 4:47 Thu Dec 19
Re: 2019 Movies
Does The Blues Brothers count as a Musical.? If so. It wins the greatest musical of all time by a country mile.

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