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Thread: The Last Film You Watched..... IV

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    That's meant to be really good. I never got around to seeing it in the cinema.

    The last film I watched was L.A. Confidential. Really rather good!
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    Hi All,

    Watched the pure fantasy 'Stardust' via (Sky Cinema) if your into the genre you'll enjoy it. It has a host of recognisable British stars from both
    'Tv and Silver Screen' plus a some hitters from the 'US' in particular 'R.De-Niro' who has quite a funny roll not the usual roll he would play as many
    know him for. All in all a good 2Hr's of escapism that you can enjoy that has it's funny moments especially the ghosts...

    Starring:-Claire Danes,Charlie Cox,Michelle Pfeiffer,Robert De Niro,Mark Strong,Jason Flemyng,Rupert Everett,Kate Magowan
    Ricky Gervais,Peter O'Toole,Joanna Scanlan,Sarah Alexander,Mark Heap,Julian Rhind-Tutt,Adam Buxton,David Walliams
    Nathaniel Parker,Ben Barnes,Sienna Miller as Victoria Forester,Henry Cavill,David Kelly,Melanie Hill,Mark Williams,Jake Curran
    George Innes,Dexter Fletcher,Eliot (Coco) Sumner and Ian McKellen(Narrator).

    To win the heart of his beloved (Sienna Miller), a young man named Tristan (Charlie Cox) ventures into the realm of fairies to retrieve a fallen star. What Tristan finds, however, is not a chunk of space rock, but a woman (Claire Danes) named Yvaine. Yvaine is in great danger, for the king's sons need her powers to secure the throne, and an evil witch (Michelle Pfeiffer) wants to use her to achieve eternal youth and beauty.



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    Stardust is good fun.
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    Hi All,
    Daz,
    I recommend you watch 'Don't Breath' I enjoyed it thoroughly it really does have a good twist and the ending leaves the possibility for a sequel IMPO
    when you have watched it you decide.

    I liked the ghosts interaction in their scenes quite funny as did I with 'Mark Hughes' being turned from goat to human This scene with Mr De Niro
    AKA 'Twinkle Toes' I found really funny especially when 'Mark Strong' walks in on him...



    Geoff.

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    Not exactly a film, but I've just rewatched Piece of Cake. Just as good as I remember it but the book is better
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    Funnily enough, I watched that last week. I then went on to A Perfect Hero.
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    Hi All,
    21/04 Watched the low budget drama via (Sky Cinema) '100 Streets' if you like drama and interconnecting stories by loose threads then this is for you I enjoyed it for what it was a not to difficult to follow plot with plenty of recognisable stars from UK Tv and Film....

    Starring:-Idris Elba,Gemma Arterton,Franz Drameh,Ken Stott,Kierston Wareing,Charlie Creed-Miles,Tom Cullen,Ryan Gage and
    Adam Iraki.

    Three different stories covering infidelity, adoption and a drug dealer turned actor are intertwined as characters meet in the streets of London.



    Geoff.

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    Hi All,
    22/04 I Watched the at least IMO the rather underrated but good pure fantasy 'Warcraft' via (Sky Cinema). After many years stuck in development the film
    based on the world wide popular role player game has taken the game based film genre to a better level (Not quite there yet

    The CGI is evident at times but they are getting closer and closer where reality and 'CGI' will blur into one seamless experience in the not to distant future
    I am certain. Just take a viewing of 'Jungle Book' everything in that film is 'CGI' apart from mogli, anyway if your into the fantasy genre you should enjoy
    this movie and the ending sets up a sequel which I am personally looking forward to....

    Starring:-Travis Fimmel (Radnor from Vikings) as Anduin Lothar, the military commander of the human forces in Stormwind Kingdom. Steadfast
    and charismatic, Anduin is a knight who has sacrificed everything to keep the king and his people safe.
    Paula Patton as Garona Halforcen, a strong-willed half-orc survivor caught between the Alliance and the Horde.
    Ben Foster as Medivh, the current Guardian of Tirisfal and a mysterious and reclusive protector who wields formidable magical power.
    Daniel Wu as Gul'dan, a sinister Shadowmoon orc warlock. Wielding powerful fel magic and driven by his ravenous desire for power, he
    orchestrates the actions of the Horde from behind the scenes.

    Dominic Cooper as King Llane Wrynn, ruler of the Stormwind Kingdom and a beacon of hope for his people in times of darkness.
    Toby Kebbell as Durotan, the father of Go'el and the noble orc chieftain of the Frostwolf Clan battling to save his exiled clan and the rest of the
    renegade orcs from Gul'dan and the destruction of their world. Kebbell also portrays the Archmage Antonidas, leader of the Kirin Tor, the mage council
    of Dalaran. Ben Schnetzer as Khadgar, a gifted young mage who was trained at a young age by the Kirin Tor to succeed Medivh as Guardian,
    but left and eventually found his place in the Stormwind Kingdom. Robert Kazinsky as Orgrim Doomhammer, Durotan's best friend and right-hand
    man who later leads the survivors of the Frostwolf Clan.Clancy Brown as Blackhand, the fearsome orc chieftain of the Blackrock Clan and puppet of Gul'dan
    who rises to become the first warchief of the Horde.

    Ruth Negga as Lady Taria Wrynn, Queen-consort of Stormwind, King Llane's wife and most trusted counsel, and Anduin's sister.
    Anna Galvin as Draka, Durotan's mate and the mother of Go'el.
    Callum Keith Rennie as Moroes, the castellan who manages Medivh's arcane stronghold of Karazhan.
    Burkely Duffield as Callan Lothar, son of Anduin and a soldier who follows in his father's footsteps.
    Ryan Robbins as Karos, a soldier of Stormwind.
    Dean Redman as Varis as Varis, a soldier of Stormwind. Redman also portrayed a caged Frostwolf Clan orc.

    Terry Notary appears as Grommash Hellscream, the orc chieftain of the Warsong Clan, though the part is listed in the credits as Peon. Notary also
    served as stunt coordinator and movement coach for the film, working with cast members Kebbell, Kazinsky, Brown, Wu and Galvin on their portrayals of
    the orcs, and with Foster on his portrayals of magic. Michael Adamthwaite appears as King Magni Bronzebeard, the dwarf ruler of Ironforge.
    Tommy Rieder and Dylan Schombing appear as a young Medivh and Varian Wrynn, respectively.

    Glenn Close makes an uncredited appearance as Alodi, an ancient mage locked in an artifact within Dalaran, described as "the Guardian before
    there was a Guardian". In the comics, Alodi was the first Guardian of Tirisfal and a male half-elf, while the character in the film is closer to that of
    Aegwynn, Medivh's mother.
    Chris Metzen, who served as the writer for the film and is the Senior Vice-President of Story and Franchise Development at Blizzard Entertainment
    and the voice of Thrall in the Warcraft franchise, makes an uncredited cameo appearance as a turbaned perfume vendor on the streets of Stormwind Kingdom.

    (I have left character descriptions in for those not familiar with this role playing game adaptation.... )

    Looking to escape from his dying world, the orc shaman Gul'dan utilizes dark magic to open a portal to the human realm of Azeroth. Supported by the
    fierce fighter Blackhand, Gul'dan organizes the orc clans into a conquering army called the Horde. Uniting to protect Azeroth from these hulking invaders
    are King Llane, the mighty warrior Anduin Lothar (Travis Fimmel) and the powerful wizard Medivh. As the two races collide, leaders from each side start to
    question if war is the only answer.



    Geoff.

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    Keanu

    Two mild-mannered suburbanites have to unleash their inner bad-asses when a beloved kitten is stolen by a gang of ruthless drug dealers.

    Actually a lot better (and funnier) than it sounds!

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    Sometime back I was a big time movie watcher. Almost every other weekend I was in a movie theater. Unfortunately, for around a year I have lost interest in watching movies. Don't know why. I spend more time watching sports channel, Discovery, National Geographic and news.
    Aviation is My Passion. Aviation is My Dream. Aviation is What I Write. You can read my blogs here

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