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Hammers1993 3:47 Sun Jan 5
2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Another year and another set of movies being released.

As always there are a few surprises throughout the year that come out but the big movies look to be good ones this year:


- The Gentlemen

- Jojo Rabbit

- 1917

- Uncut Gems

- Bombshell

- Bad Boys for Life

- The Lighthouse

- Just Mercy

- A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood

- Parasite

- Birds of Prey

- Dolittle

- Sonic the Hedgehog

- Bloodshot

- Portrait of a Lady on Fire

- Dark Waters

- Onward

- A Quiet Place: Part 2

- Mulan

- Bond: No Time to Die

- The New Mutants

- Black Widow

- Scoob!

- Fast and Furious 9

- Wonder Woman 1984

- Ghostbusters: Afterlife

- Minions: The Rise of Gru

- Tenet

- Top Gun: Maverick

- Jungle Cruise

- Morbius

- Bill & Ted Face the Music

- The King's Man

- Halloween Kills

- Eternals

- Gozilla vs. Kong

- Dune

- Coming 2 America

- West Side Story

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Swiss. 10:01 Thu Sep 16
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
I thought Malignant was good in typical James Wan style.

Morpheus 2:34 Thu Sep 16
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
I live in Switzerland, came out yesterday here.

Think UK gets it on 22nd October, later to avoid Bond maybe?

Manuel 2:22 Thu Sep 16
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Just seen that they have done Don't Breathe 2, Don't Breathe was good.

Mr Anon 2:06 Thu Sep 16
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
isn't Dune a month away from release?

Morpheus 11:15 Wed Sep 15
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Oh yes this is most definitely Part 1 of the story, it will be interesting to see how it does - I loved it but will be a hard sell for a lot of audiences

MaryMillingtonsGhost 10:58 Wed Sep 15
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Morpheus 10:54

Heard it's a two-parter.
Hope the first film makes enough wedge to justify the second concluding film.

Morpheus 10:54 Wed Sep 15
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Saw Dune tonight. If you like your sci fi hard and heavy you are going to love it 9/10

RBshorty 8:07 Tue Sep 14
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Christopher Nolan has announced his next film will be about Robert Oppenheimer. And the development of the atom bomb. With Cillian Murphy rumoured to be headlining. After giving Dunkirk a once over. Going back to World War 2 and focusing on one of the major players could be worth a butchers.?

Sniper 12:03 Tue Sep 7
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Chim
The guy from surge is also the voice of Paddington you know

Manuel 9:47 Tue Sep 7
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Watched the Aussie flick The Dry, it is good, Bana is very good. Nice reco'.

WestHamClaretAndBlue 6:45 Sat Sep 4
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Actually pretty crazy when you think the original post of this was from the very first week of 2020 and Top Gun Maverick (that was coming out that year) is actually being released 30 months later. Mental to think how much has changed of the world we knew from then to now.

RBshorty 12:27 Sat Sep 4
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Paramount want that Summer Box office. The first reviews of Dune are in. And it’s thumbs up all around. So a lot of the fans will be happy. But the majority of causal viewers will be bored shitless.

Joe C 3:13 Thu Sep 2
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Top Gun: Maverick dealyed again - now to May next year

Mr Chocolate 3:45 Mon Aug 30
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
HOLLYWOKE

it's all over

Mr Chocolate 3:42 Mon Aug 30
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
I can see why Robert Shaw would have had short change for Richard Dreyfuss.

IsaacHock 2:58 Sun Aug 29
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Hows about this for a bad streak? I have watched two films in two weeks, and BOTH make it onto my alltime top ten stinkers list.

Last week was Crime Story with Richard Dreyfuss and Mira Sorvino. Two former Oscar winners I'll have you know - they ought to be ashamed of themselves. If a doctor told me I was going blind and I only had 1hr 38 mins of sight left I would watch this film again. Not to celebrate its visual splendour all over again, but because the consumption by darkness at the end would be a welcome relief. 1/10

This week - Sweet Child with Jason Momoa. Its bad for the first 2/3rds (not Crime Story bad, but bad nonetheless). Then there is a plot twist that manages to confuse, bemuse, and annoy all in one stroke. I actually lolled out loud when it was delivered. If I have to share a positive, its the best film I've seen in the past fortnight. 1.5/10.

Swiss. 2:07 Sat Aug 28
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Midnight.in.the.Switchgrass.2021.- Truly bad.

It seems Bruce Willis will do any shit these days if only for 5 mins screen time.

Megan Fox is looking more like a Brazilian tranny.

zico 2:13 Sat Aug 28
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Have to agree mad dog. Literally just watched it. Thought the first in 2017 was excellent and one of the top films of that genre, however the sequel has fallen as far as Superman 3 and 4 did compared 1 and 2 back in the Christopher Reeve days.

Mad Dog 1:42 Sat Aug 28
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
2/3 through wonder woman 84. Utter fucking bollocks

Problem Child 10:06 Thu Aug 26
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
The Nest = underwhelming with a weak ending.

Sven Roeder 10:00 Thu Aug 26
Re: 2020 Movies (now including 2021)
Watched that a couple of weeks ago and would agree with that.

Am going to see THE NEST next week. Jude Law film about the horrors of moving to Surrey by the director of Martha Marcy May Marlene.

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