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    Hall Pass, worth watching just for the bathroom scene which I'm still laughing about days later:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ojE9D5zjPA

    There's also a couple of scenes AFTER the final credits, the one with Stephen Merchant being absolutely hilarious.

    Oh & Nicky Whelen gets her baps out
    If anybody ever tells you anything about an aeroplane which is so bloody complicated you can't understand it, take it from me: It's all balls. RJM.

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    That's so wrong!

    Anyway, the last films I watched were some 1980s awesome: PREDATOR, followed by ROBOCOP.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    Yeah it is, but I bet you're still laughing
    If anybody ever tells you anything about an aeroplane which is so bloody complicated you can't understand it, take it from me: It's all balls. RJM.

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    Maybe just a bit....
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    SENNA

    A great film about the possibly the best F1 driver of his era.

    If you like F1 and are too young to have known him, you need to see this film.
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    The Grey

    Liam Neeson goes into bad-ass mode again as a hunter whose flight home goes down in the Alaskan wilderness. Along with a handful of survivors, he must try to survive not only the cold, but the pack of wolves lurking in the shadows.

    Great film. 7.5/10
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    The Dark Knight Rises.

    20 mins too long I think, but a fantastic summer blockbuster, it tidies up the trilogy and while it leaves a slight opening at the end for more (I'll say no more in case of spoilers...) it's a case of "job done" and a successful franchise "Reboot".

    I just hope, that nobody looks at Batman in a long long time in terms of more films.
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    Fright Night (1985)

    A teenager suspects there is a vampire living next door and he attempts to confront. Slightly odd 1980s horror. Not too bad.

    Jesus Henry Christ (2012)

    A genius child tries to find out who his father is. Quirky and endearing comedy with Michael sheen and Toni Collette. Rather enjoyable.

    Outcast (2010)

    A beast stalks an Edinburgh council estate and the monster hunter (James Nesbitt arrives to get rid. Gritty British horror. Good stuff.

    Cowboys and Aliens (2011)

    Aliens arrive and terrorize a frontier town and are saved by Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford. Bizarre premise but well enough done.

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    Gotta love Fright Night, Arthur! I'm not so sure about the remake, though.

    Today I've watched:

    Hot Tub Time Machine
    Air America
    First Blood
    Rambo IV
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

    Daren Cogdon

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    TED

    Mark Wahlberg's best friend is a living, breathing teddy bear who indulges in drink, drugs and babes. If you've seen Family Guy, then you know what's coming. It's pretty bloody funny! 7.5/10
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    Dragon wars

    Dire......

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    Superman

    Christopher Reeve's first and best outing as the Man of Steel. Looks quite dated now, but still good fun. And this was actually my first time seeing it...!

    Brave

    Second time around for this one. Still as good as before - though think the 3D that I saw the film in the first time was quite unnecessary.
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    100 million years BC

    Worst dinosaurs, poorly acted, bad script..........on a par with Apollo 18.

    I believe only £200 was spent on special effects.

    Dreadful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spitfireman View Post
    100 million years BC

    Worst dinosaurs, poorly acted, bad script..........on a par with Apollo 18.

    I believe only £200 was spent on special effects.

    Dreadful.

    Baz
    How much of that £200 went on Rachel Welch's costume ?
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    Not the same film Jon (!)

    Produced 2008

    The highest out of 10 I found was 2.7 (completely overmarked)

    Truly dreadful

    The dvd cover is the best bit.
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    1 million years bc

    (99 million years later)

    Produced 1966

    Much better!
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    Looks like a straight to DVD/ASDA/Lidel bargin bin classic.......
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    Superman II/III/IV

    They get progressively worse as the series goes on. Not even Christopher Reeve can save the last one from being rather pants!

    Con Air

    Cracking mental actioner starring Nicolas Cage as an ex-con hitching a ride home on a C-123 cargo plane full of convicts. Predictable - but by Christ is it a LOT of fun!!
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    The Expendables 2

    Stallone, Statham and the rest of the action hero crowd return to kick more ass as Jean-Claude Van Damme tries to steal a metric ****load of plutonium.

    Think this might be better than the first one - it certainly ups the carnage quota somewhat!!

    Top Gun

    Following Tony Scott's untimely death, I thought I'd pop in this action classic.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Boyle View Post
    SENNA

    A great film about the possibly the best F1 driver of his era.

    If you like F1 and are too young to have known him, you need to see this film.
    I agree 100%, the only "Good thing" to come out of this great drivers death was that loads of safety measured, trackwise and car wise, were vastly improved.
    Still remember watching it live on T.V. Sad day.
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    "Die hard 4, plenty of action.
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    DARK RELIC.
    Story of a Knight of the Crusades trying to geta Holy artifact back to the Vatican, but is thwarted by evil on the way.
    Don't bother to watch it

    5/10
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    Red Tails

    well, what to make of it.....

    after such a good build up with teaser trailers and what not, i was quite severely let down, very CGI heavy...especially the P51 and 109 turning on their axis...essentially flipping over while in a dog fight, going top of the green in some tight maneuver

    the basis for the story is a good one, dont get me wrong, ive met a Tuskegee Airman (one of the original members of the Squadron) and his wife (first black female pilot i believe)

    i just feel the film could have been better...it felt quite bland with not much excitement, i was really looking forward to it too

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    The Island

    Watchable

    All four Rambo films

    Very entertaining, quite liked the last one, music good.

    Battleship

    Was entertained (do they store ammo on museum pieces?)
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    First Blood is the best of the four, but my personal favourite is Rambo IV. Gotta love the bit where he grabs that .50cal...!!!

    Last film I watched was the awesome Total Recall. As in the original. Colin Farrell's version can just ****** off.
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    Armageddon and The Green Mile

    Following Michael Clarke Duncan's untimely death last week.

    Armageddon is a fun popcorn blockbuster. Scientifically nonsense, of course, but lots of fun.

    The Green Mile is a cracking adaptation of a Stephen King story, by the master of this particular mini-genre, Frank Darabont (The Mist, The Shawshank Redemption).
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    Some recent viewing courtesy of Sky Movies and the Trafford Centre Odeon.

    Brave (2012)
    Disney Pixar latest creation about a Scottish Princess who falls out with her mum. Gorgeous looking, sometimes very tense and often very funny, another wonderful film from the creators of Toy Story and Up.

    Take Shelter (2011)
    A man starts to see visions of the apocalypse and wonders if he is going mad. Beautifully acted and dark psychological thriller. Well worth watching.

    The Hangover Part II (2011)
    The Hangover Part 1 was original, funny and worth watching. Part 2 is none of these. To be avoided.

    Justice (2011)
    Nicholas Cage gets involved with vigilantes lead by Guy Pearce after his wife is attacked. Interesting premise along the lines of Death Wish but with twists and turns along the way. Interesting and worth a look.

    X-Men First Class (2011)
    Oh No. Not another superhero movie. Oh yes, but what a great film. James MacAvoy and Michael Fassbender face up to Kevin Bacon in the prequel to the X-men. Fantastic stuff.

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    Secretariat

    Not my favourite horse-racing film, to be honest!

    Dude, Where's My Car?

    A film as daft as its title suggests. Still quite fun, I suppose!
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Marlee View Post
    ..., ive met a Tuskegee Airman (one of the original members of the Squadron) and his wife (first black female pilot i believe)
    No, the first black female pilot would have been Bessie Coleman 1892-1926.
    There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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    W.E.

    Madonna's take on the Duke and Dutchess of Windsor and an American woman obsessed with her.

    Modonna wants us to feel sorry for Mrs. Simpson because she "gave up so much" in order to marry the former king.

    I got the idea she was looking for sympathy for herself...being a celebrity is such hard work.
    She gives and gives and gives...all to make the lives of the "little poeple" a bit brighter.
    Last edited by J Boyle; 17th September 2012 at 23:59.
    There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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