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    The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

    Damn. Three hours I'll never get back.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

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    The Hangover Part II

    Hmm. Not as good as the first, but still fairly amusing.
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    Thumbs up Toy Story III

    Spanish Buzz Lightyear..... the funniest thing I ever saw.....

    Great film as always, amusing, touching and some justice for the "bad toys".
    You can teach monkies to fly better than that....

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    X-Men - The Last Stand

    Actually better than I remember it being. Not sure I'm sold on Kelsey Grammer as a mutant, though!

    Edward Scissorhands

    A Burton classic, all his usual hallmarks are there. This pretty much summed up my mate's opinion of the film:

    "This is a Tim Burton film, eh? It'll be weird as **** then!"

    Role Models

    Still funny after the nth viewing.
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    Battle Of Britain - lost track how many times now.

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    The Mechanic.

    Too predictable, but the Stath was the Stath.
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    Hanna A 16-year-old who was raised by her father to be the perfect assassin is dispatched on a mission across Europe, tracked by a ruthless intelligence agent and her operatives

    Enjoyable,predictable and let down by the last half-hour but worth a watch.
    "Everybody's doing it so why the hell should I ?" Black Sheep- Gin Wigmore

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    First Light

    The BBC adaptation of Geoffrey Wellum's bestselling memoirs of being a 19-year-old Spitfire pilot in the Battle of Britain.

    Sure, it's low budget, it's flawed, but it brings across how it must have been so vividly that you barely register these complaints.

    Come on, Hollywood. Give us THIS, on the big screen!
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    Smile The Last film I saw ?

    Well Is this going to "the pictures" or just watching something indoors?
    the last film I saw in "the picture house" was Woman in love I don't get out much then do I! I would like to see Reach for the sky with Ken Moore in it but will have look out for it.
    Sorry about the spelling, just not my forte!

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    The rule generally applies to ANY film you've seen, on the big screen or small.

    Anyway, the last films I watched were:

    Paul

    Second time out for the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost/alien buddy movie. Funny as hell, and great fun trying to spot all the in-jokes.

    The Shawshank Redemption

    Cracking film. Really, genuinely is. And my mate, who'd never seen it before, thought it was awesome.

    Pulp Fiction

    Tarantino's best work, in my opinion.

    And I finally got home at 2.30am this morning!
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    Thumbs up The Shawshank Redemption

    I watched that last night as well, awsome film. My girlfriend had never seen it and she was in floods of tears at the end.

    One of the best films ever made IMHO.
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    The Italian Job 1969

    The Italian Job, the original one!
    Plot is a bit thin and fails in places but a fantastic 1960s feel good film non the less. Music (Quincy Jones) is brilliant from the opening scene with the Lamborghini Miura to the famous "Self Preservation Society" chant, brilliant filming and camera angles, and superb actual car chases and stunts.
    What a cast, who would have imagined Noel Coward, Michael caine, John Le Mesurier, and Benny Hill appearing on the big screen together!
    A good wet Sunday afternoon watch.

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    Daz - First Light - Come on, Hollywood. Give us THIS, on the big screen!

    No, Daz, no - that's the last thing we want.!!
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    Well, something like it then? Only with a bigger budget?
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    And not made or have anything to do with Hollywood, I think that is the point.

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    Yes, that is the main point but also if bigger budget means better production value on the screen, yes, but if it means starry names, no!
    What really matters is what you do with what you have.

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    Fast and Furious, the latest, Jason Statham again.

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    Band of Brothers Still a great and moving 10 hours of film making.

    Paul hilarious geekfest

    Senna Even if you do not have an interest in F1 this is a must see movie simply brilliant!

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    Fast and Furious, the latest, Jason Statham again.

    Are you sure ?
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    Paul

    Yep, enjoyed! Lots of fun.

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    Rambo IV

    Pure, unadulterated carnage. I love it.

    Not the best of the four films (the first one is, of course), but this is my favourite. It's not as silly as the second or third, yet remains true to the Rambo formula.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pagen01 View Post
    The Italian Job, the original one!
    Plot is a bit thin and fails in places but a fantastic 1960s feel good film non the less. Music (Quincy Jones) is brilliant from the opening scene with the Lamborghini Miura to the famous "Self Preservation Society" chant, brilliant filming and camera angles, and superb actual car chases and stunts.
    What a cast, who would have imagined Noel Coward, Michael caine, John Le Mesurier, and Benny Hill appearing on the big screen together!
    A good wet Sunday afternoon watch.
    James, That model of Lambo was VERY prone to catching fire! If I could afford it, would have 3 Minis this week and be able to film my own version of the Italian Job.
    Jim.
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    Orca - Killer Whale

    A Jaws knock-off, but probably the best (and most intelligent) of them all. A killer whale witnesses the death of his mate at the hands of a greedy fisherman, and engages him in a battle which sees the orca destroy everything the man holds dear. Pretty decent, and the effects are good for the time.

    The Mist

    By far one of the best Stephen King adaptations ever - not surprising, since Frank Darabont did it (he also directed The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile).
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    The day the earth stood still

    On telly just now.

    Had the cat not been asleep on my lap and I could have reached the remote, I would have changed channels to something less predictable like the shopping channel.

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    The Great Escape.
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    One of the all time greats.
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    JAWS

    Need I say more??
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    Paul.

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    really this a couple of films NOT to watch they are just dreadful.

    Infection let the invasion begin

    Wish I had not watched this rubbish but I did , the special effects looked like they was done on an old Amstrad 464 BUT BADLY.
    I cant even give it a 1so gets a 0/10

    Battle for Los Angeles

    This one is worse than the above one , so much so I could only last 40 mins.
    The start is is a Independace Day rip off , even the mother ship and the fighters and the main beam are the same.
    But what just made me laugh , was the fact the world was falling apart and there just happened to be some F-16' sat at this active airfield (ha ha) , who's control tower was a wooden shed with rusty steps and when the man in charge saw the alien fighters ,stood on the steps and was shooting at them with what looked like an old wild west revolver.
    From what I saw giving it a 0 would be too much.

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    The Wolfman (2010)

    Benecio Del Toro's take on the werewolf legend. Not bad - actually quite good fun.
    There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And spiders. F**k spiders.

    Daren Cogdon

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    Transporter 3, Jason Statham, what more need I say?. Seriously got to be a 007 candidate.

    Jim.

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