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    Last of the Mohicans...the directors cut in Blu-Ray.
    Yes, the couple is far too pretty for fighting Indians in the woods, it's beautifuly photographed with a haunting score.

    A lot of fun.
    There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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    Lazy Sunday....

    Star Trek (the recent "new" version) followed via a diversion to the kitchen for a fried egg sandwhich, by "the A-team"... which rocks.....

    Then, while not a film I admit, the latest episode of "Boardwalk Empire" which is a very decent bit of TV.
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    Gremlins

    Madcap monster mayhem from Joe Dante. Still great fun - and now over 25 years old!

    Valkyrie

    Bryan Singer's fairly accurate take on the July 20th Plot to assassinate Hitler. Great performances all round, and quite a bit of warbird porn (Buchons and Ju-52s mostly, along with a strafing sequence by P-40s near the start).
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    Transporter 3 with Jason Statham. Loads of action,and I think they will have a job to top it with a 4th one.
    I.M.H.O. I think he would make a brilliant James Bond.

    Lincoln. 7
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    Clash of the Titans (2010)

    Role Models

    The A-Team
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    Drive Angry 3D

    Nicolas Cage plays an avenging spirit who's escaped Hell in order to exact revenge on the cult who murdered his daughter and stole her baby. Silly, but fun. And William Fichtner is pretty awesome, too.

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

    Man, it has been YEARS since I last saw this film! I think it's one of those where it was better "back in the day", but it's still a cracking watch, especially when you consider that all the cartoon animation was done BY HAND! Nowadays, they'd do it all with a PC...!
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    Unknown.
    A classy Liam Neeson film, following on from "Taken". I quite like him as the action man.
    To tell you any of the story would ruin it.
    The hook line is "Man wakes up from a coma to find his identity stolen".
    Higher than Gods, in Concorde or a Mozzy.

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    Armageddon

    A Bruce Willis/Michael Bay double cheeseburger, served up with Aerosmith fries. Great, unplug-your-brain popcorn fun.
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    Is it dark and closed 24/7 in Penicuik?
    Man, you watch a lot of films!
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    Higher than Gods, in Concorde or a Mozzy.

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    I don't watch an awful lot of actual TV! I usually just have films on in the background while I'm doing something else, too.
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    It was Despicable Me!! Very Funny!!!
    I Only Baught It For My Daughters... Honest!!!

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    Daz - for a film lover, as I am, that is a terrible admission! The thought of having a film on as wallpaper is unthinkable. I don't watch often, but when I do I have to get completely absorbed, or else I just switch off. That's why I watch as few as possible on commercial channels because the ad breaks drive me crazy.
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    I've generally seen all my DVDs at least twice by now, so having them on in the background makes no odds to me.

    However, by all means if I've not seen it in a long time, or am seeing it for the first time, then naturally I'm hooked.

    Also, if it's Jaws....
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    Music??
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    Have to really be in the mood these days to listen to music. Dunno why!
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    The next 3 days.
    A very very good film. 2 hours 6 minutes well worth investing IMO.
    A powerful love story with a few parallel themes going on. The internet will tell you the storylines, but I suggest you watch it without knowing.
    Higher than Gods, in Concorde or a Mozzy.

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    M.Hulot's Holiday for the umpteenth time. Tati was a genius.
    What really matters is what you do with what you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeDee View Post
    Unknown.
    A classy Liam Neeson film, following on from "Taken". I quite like him as the action man.
    To tell you any of the story would ruin it.
    The hook line is "Man wakes up from a coma to find his identity stolen".
    I watched that last night, where do you get the hook line was etc, his daughter was kidnapped, nowt to do with a man ina coma

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    Unknown is his new film
    The hook line is "Man wakes up from a coma to find his identity stolen".

    Taken was where his daughter was kidnapped by Albanian Sex traffickers.
    "Everybody's doing it so why the hell should I ?" Black Sheep- Gin Wigmore

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    Bad Lieutenant (2010)

    Nicholas Cage stars as the titular drugged up character on the case of a multiple homicide in New Orleans. I found it about average, but my mate loved it. Meh.

    Vampires Suck

    Surprisingly not-too-bad spoof of the Twilight franchise.

    Surrogates (2009)

    Good old Bruce Willis goes robot ass-kicking in the future to discover the truth behind a conspiracy in a world where mankind has taken to using lifelike "surrogates" in its day lifestyle. Not bad, I thought.
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    Ghost Ship

    WTF?!
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    Fright Night

    1980s horror classic about a teenager who thinks a vampire lives next door to him.

    Sadly, it's another one being remade, however I have high-ish hopes for this one.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    Wild Hogs

    Predictable but mildly amusing.
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    Flight of the Phoenix

    The original, and vastly superior, version with James Stewart, Richard Attenborough, Hardy Kruger et al.

    Gripping viewing from start to finish. Tragic to think that a legendary pilot was killed doing what was probably a routine manoeuvre for him!

    Casino Royale

    Daniel Craig's awesome first entry as James Bond. My absolute favourite of the lot.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    If youre talking about last film seen at the cinema?
    Dr Doolittle back in 1999
    "We can all make mistakes" said the Dalek climbing off the dustbin.

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    Quantum of Solace

    Third time I've watched it and I think I'm finally warming to it.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DazDaMan View Post
    Flight of the Phoenix

    The original, and vastly superior, version with James Stewart, Richard Attenborough, Hardy Kruger et al.

    Gripping viewing from start to finish. Tragic to think that a legendary pilot was killed doing what was probably a routine manoeuvre for him!

    Casino Royale

    Daniel Craig's awesome first entry as James Bond. My absolute favourite of the lot.
    Daz. Are you stating a "REAL" pilot got killed in the making of the film?. I watched it the other night also, fractionaly better,than the first, but only just.Hope your enjoying all the snow, you lucky S**
    Cheers.

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    If you mean the 1965 original "Phoenix", then yeah.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Mantz

    During the making of the new version, though, a cameraman was quite badly injured when one of the model aircraft (weighing something like 800 pounds!!) hit him while filming one of the crash scenes.
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    Hi Daz, just read Wiki re Paul Mantz, what a man, I particularly liked his "Signature".


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    Speed

    Keanu Reeves was rarely cooler than in this high-octane actioner, along with Sandra Bullock and the late Dennis Hopper at his maniacal best.

    Monster Squad

    Silly but no-less fun 1980s flick about a group of kids facing off against classic 1940s B-movie monsters.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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