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  • 27vet
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Nov 2009
    • 2669

    Hi Geoff,

    Regarding your question in post #1456, I didn't notice. Let me know if you watch the movie.

    cheers
    Ralph
    sigpicHindsight is what you see from the tailgunner's position...

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    • DazDaMan
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Aug 2003
      • 18606

      Sorry I've not checked in on here in a while - have only watched a couple of new films recently!

      Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

      Starring Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, Gwilym Lee as Brian May, Ben Hardy as Roger Taylor, and Joseph Mazzello (yes, the little boy from Jurassic Park!) as John Deacon.
      Flawed, but very enjoyable, biopic of the Queen frontman, from his joining of the band to the Live Aid concert in 1985 (which I remember watching on TV!). Worth a watch, even if you're not a die hard Queen fan. 4.5/5

      Overlord (2018)

      US troops are dropped over the Normandy beachhead to bring down a radar tower which could threaten the invasion fleet, but discover a much, much more sinister plot involving the villagers nearby. 4/5

      The Tiger (2015)

      A South Korean film about a retired hunter forced to pick up his rifle in order to hunt down the last Siberian tiger in the kingdom. Although the tiger acts like it's just escaped from The Matrix, the film is surprisingly good, and a little sad at the same time. 4/5
      Last edited by DazDaMan; 26th November 2018, 13:39.
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      • cabbage
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Jun 2011
        • 290

        Good day fpr War films, on TV today. "Dambusters" on right now, and "633 Squadron" on later.

        Forget or just ignore any controversies etc. and just sit back and enjoy.

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        • Lingo Dog
          Rank 2 Registered User
          • Oct 2018
          • 21

          The last film I saw in a cinema was Jaws the year it was released!
          Call me a misery-guts if you like but I find most films to be contrived and boring.

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          • MrBlueSky
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Jan 2006
            • 1125

            Its a film about the M4 Sherman Tank, showing just how bad it was to be in one...
             
            Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

            Wrong Forum!

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            • MrBlueSky
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Jan 2006
              • 1125

              A Clint Eastwood film called "The Mule"
               
              Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

              Wrong Forum!

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              • 1batfastard
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Jan 2013
                • 3216

                Hi All,
                27vet - Ralph I had heard since that the film contains many scenes in which the Old Glory features so I think the main problem was with just that one scene on the moon ? It was sad really to see such outrage but I do understand why and in all honesty it shouldn't have been cut just for PC reasons. I don't know why they thought the need was there to cut it as it is an historical fact.
                Whether most people agree or not history should be taught to include both good and bad historical points no matter what they are, you cannot hide history through white washing out certain history by being PC IMPO, how are people meant to learn if we alter historical fact ?

                Back to the thread, I watched the Ipcress File 1965 over the Christmas period via BBCi, despite it's age still a notable Michael Caine film with the usual mix of 60's era co-stars and bit part actors that you will recognise, all in all a very enjoyable espionageish film to us old farts......

                Starring:- Michael Caine,Guy Doleman,Nigel Green,Sue Lloyd,Gordon Jackson,Aubrey Richards,Frank Gatliff,Thomas Baptiste,Oliver MacGreevy,Freda Bamford,Pauline Winter, Anthony Blackshaw,Barry Raymond,David Glover,Stanley Meadows,Peter Ashmore,Michael Murray,Anthony Baird,Tony Caunter,Douglas Blackwell and Glynn Edwards.

                Tasked with investigating the kidnappings and brainwashed reappearances of top scientists, including Dr. Radcliffe (Aubrey Richards), the insubordinate British spy Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) navigates his way through criminals, secret agents, and his superiors (Nigel Green, Guy Doleman). While attempting to bring in the suspect Bluejay (Frank Gatliff), Palmer discovers a mysterious audiotape labeled "IPCRESS," an inconspicuous, but ominous, piece of evidence.



                Geoff.
                Last edited by 1batfastard; 15th January 2019, 16:48.

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                • MrBlueSky
                  Rank 5 Registered User
                  • Jan 2006
                  • 1125

                  If you like Sci-Fi take a look at this one, there are shed loads on YouTube and 'DUST' are one of the best to view on line bare naught...
                   
                  Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

                  Wrong Forum!

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                  • 1batfastard
                    Rank 5 Registered User
                    • Jan 2013
                    • 3216

                    Hi All,
                    I, Daniel Blake 2016 ( Via the BBCi ) IMHO-I highly recommend this honest and very emotional at times portrayal of this countries benefit system and how it affects normal people. Showing the everyday struggles of two everyday folk who have to deal with bureaucracy at it's worst, the sad reality is the film is spot on for many in similar circumstances and for anybody reading this opinion who thinks I am talking out of my backside until it happens to you personally you will never understand that.........

                    Starring:- Dave Johns,Hayley Squires,Dylan McKiernan,Briana Shann,Kate Rutter,Kema Sikazwe,Steven Richens and Gavin Webster.

                    Daniel Blake (Dave Johns) is a 59-year-old widowed carpenter who must rely on welfare after a recent heart attack leaves him unable to work. Despite his doctor's diagnosis, British authorities deny Blake's benefits and tell him to return to his job. As Daniel navigates his way through an agonizing appeal process, he begins to develop a strong bond with a destitute, single mother (Hayley Squires) who's struggling to take care of her two children



                    Geoff.

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