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    Night Of The Big Heat Another British Classic Sci-Fi film if you like the genre and era you'll like this....

    Starring:-Christopher Lee,Patrick Allen,Peter Cushing,Sarah Lawson,Jane Merrow,William Lucas,Kenneth Cope,Percy Herbert Gerald,Thomas Heathcote,
    Anna Turner,Jack Bligh and Sydney Bromley.

    Britons (Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Patrick Allen) sweat out a winter inferno caused by malignant alien protoplasm.



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    Jungle Book 2016 (Via Sky Cinema) Finally got around to watching this much lauded remake and was pleasantly surprised. If I never knew
    that the child actor was acting against a green screen for the majority of the film you would swear it was real although there were a couple of times
    you could tell it was mostly CGI.

    On the whole a thoroughly enjoyable experience along with some truly excellent voice casting from many famous actors, the stand outs to me were
    Idris Elba (Shere khan) especially Christopher walken (Louie)when introducing his character they take a scene directly from Apocalypse now and the
    Marlon Brando character when Martin Sheen meets him for the first time.....

    Starring:-On screen actors-Neel Sethi,(Kendrick Reyes as toddler Mowgli),Ritesh Rajan.
    Voice over actors-Bill Murray as Baloo,Ben Kingsley as Bagheera,Idris Elba as Shere Khan,Lupita Nyong'o,Scarlett Johansson as Kaa,
    Giancarlo Esposito as Akela,Christopher Walken as King Louie,Garry Shandling as Ikki,Brighton Rose as Grey Brother,Jon Favreau as Fred,
    Sam Raimi as a giant squirrel,Russell Peters as Rocky,Madeleine Favreau as Raquel,Sara Arrington as a Nilgai Antelope,Emjay Anthony,Max Favreau,
    Chloe Hechter,Asher Blinkoff,Knox Gagnon,Sasha Schrieber, and Kai Schrieber voice the Young Wolves,Dee Bradley Baker, Artie Esposito, Sean Johnson,
    and Allan Trautman provide additional animal voices.

    Raised by a family of wolves since birth, Mowgli (Neel Sethi) must leave the only home he's ever known when the fearsome tiger Shere Khan (Idris Elba)
    unleashes his mighty roar. Guided by a no-nonsense panther (Ben Kingsley) and a free-spirited bear (Bill Murray), the young boy meets an array of
    jungle animals, including a slithery python and a smooth-talking ape. Along the way, Mowgli learns valuable life lessons as his epic journey of
    self-discovery leads to fun and adventure.




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    Had a bit of a mad musical night last weekend, with Moulin Rouge!, Little Shop of Horrors and The Rocky Horror Picture Show being done in one go.
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    I saw the Blade Runner 2049 ....and the Eternal Road at the same time. One after the other that is.
    If it looks good, it will fly good !
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    12 O'clock High (Via Film 4) Still love watching this film and if you like the genre it shouldn't disappoint... No matter how many times
    you view this film the loss of life that the USAAF suffered for every B-17 shot down with no survivors ten men were taken in that instant is just
    so sad.

    Starring:-Gregory Peck,Hugh Marlowe,Gary Merrill,Millard Mitchell,Dean Jagger,Robert Arthur,Paul Stewart,John Kellogg,Robert Patten,Lee MacGregor,
    Sam Edwards,Roger Anderson and Kenneth Tobey.

    In 1942, an American Air Force unit stationed in England is plagued with morale problems until no-nonsense Brigadier General Frank Savage
    (Gregory Peck) assumes command. His tough leadership is initially resented by not only his pilots but his second-in-command (Hugh Marlowe),
    a West Point graduate and son of a general. But, with the help of a hotshot flying ace (Robert Patten) and a sympathetic administrator (Dean Jagger),
    the unit pulls together into a gung-ho fighting crew.



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    The Eagle Has Landed (Via History Channel on Sky) Always like watching this film good acting from a decent cast based on a fictional event
    taking place during WWII although differing at the end from the Jack Higgins book. Which subsequently spawned a sequel called The Eagle Has Flown
    I have read both books which compliment each other very well and anyone should enjoy if you like the genre....

    Starring:-Michael Caine,Donald Sutherland,Robert Duvall,Jenny Agutter,Donald Pleasence,Anthony Quayle,Jean Marsh,Sven-Bertil Taube,Siegfried Rauch,
    John Standing,Judy Geeson,Treat Williams,Larry Hagman,Michael Byrne,Joachim Hansen,Terence Plummer,Tim Barlow,Kate Binchy,John Barrett,
    Maurice Roëves Jeff Conaway,Richard Wren,Alexei Jawdokimov,Leonie Thelen,Rick Parsé,David Gilliam,Denis Lill,Keith Buckley,Rob Reece,Asa Teeter,
    Leigh Dilley,Kent Williams,Roy Marsden,Malcolm Tierney,Wolf Kahler,Ferdy Mayne,Harry Fielder,George Leech,Steve Ubels and Del Baker.

    During World War II, Nazi officer Max Radl (Robert Duvall) devises a plan to kidnap or kill the British prime minister. Approved by German Cmdr. Heinrich Himmler (Donald Pleasence), the scheme moves forward with Col. Kurt Steiner (Michael Caine) leading the mission, aided by Liam Devlin (Donald Sutherland), an Irishman with a deep hatred of England. As the plan unfolds, it seems to be going well -- until certain events threaten the group's shot at success.



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    Kellys Heroes absolutely brilliant film the wife loves it as well and Oddball just cracks me up .. to a Newyorker like you a hero is some kinda weird sandwich, not some nut who takes on three Tigers
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    Quest For Love (Via Talking Picyures channel on Sky) A typical classic 70's Sci-Fi/Drama film that deals with an alternate universe and comes with
    none of the modern CGI that so often accompanies modern Sci-Fi genre films if you like the genre you should be able to cope with the Drama side
    of the film even if it does get a bit soppy at times.....

    Starring:-Joan Collins,Tom Bell,Denholm Elliott,Laurence Naismith,Lyn Ashley,Juliet Harmer,Neil McCallum,Geraldine Gardner,Jeremy Child,Ray McAnally,
    Dudley Foster,Geraldine Moffat,Simon Ward,David Weston,Drewe Henley,Edward Cast,John Hallam,Angus MacKay,Bernard Horsfall,Philip Stone and
    Sam Kydd.

    Colin Trafford (Tom Bell) is a British physicist who discovers an alternate world parallel to his own reality. In this other world, among other differences,
    World War II never occurred, and President John F. Kennedy is still alive. Trafford also finds that his other self neglects his beautiful wife (Joan Collins),
    so he steps in and begins a relationship with her. Crossing over to this other reality creates significant problems, however, and Trafford must deal with the ramifications.

    Geoff.

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    The Fast Lady (Via Talking Pictures channel on Sky) Classic British comedy film with a host of recognisable yesteryear stars including Leslie Phillips
    at his womanising best If you like the genre you'll like this if not just adore all the classic motors that are prevalent throughout the film....

    Starring:-James Robertson Justice,Leslie Phillips,Stanley Baxter,Kathleen Harrison,Julie Christie,Eric Barker,Oliver Johnston,Allan Cuthbertson,
    Esma Cannon,Dick Emery,Deryck Guyler,Victor Brooks,Terence Alexander,Trevor Reid and Frankie Howerd.

    A Scottish civil servant (Stanley Baxter) must learn how to drive a Bentley to impress his girlfriend's (Julie Christie) tycoon father (James Robertson Justice).



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    Battle Of The V1 (Via Talking Pictures channel on Sky) Classic WWII drama this was the colourised version and spoils it for me as the definition
    of characters faces and darker images (Particularly Night scenes) becomes blurred so I definitely prefer the original B&W version p, none the less if you
    like the genre you can forgive this version...

    Starring:- Michael Rennie,Patricia Medina,Milly Vitale,David Knight,Esmond Knight,Christopher Lee,John G. Heller,Carl Jaffe,Peter Madden,George Pravda,
    Gordon Sterne,Carl Duering,Harold Siddons,George Pastell,Henry Vidon,Jan Conrad,Tom Clegg,Geoffrey Chater,Julian Somers,Gertan Klauber,
    Richard Pearson,Frank Thornton and Patrick Waddington.

    During World War II, Polish resistance fighter Stanislaw (Peter Madden) enlists fellow countryman Tadek (David Knight) and Englishman Stefan (Michael Rennie) to infiltrate a Nazi concentration camp by letting German forces arrest them. After being imprisoned, the two men discover that the Nazis are housing a secret arms factory where they are developing bombs powerful enough to destroy all of London. Stefan and Tadek must then find a way to alert the Allies before the missiles are launched.



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    The Great Bookie Robbery (Actually three 90min episodes cobbled together on two DVD's) An Australian typical 80's crime drama based on
    the actual events of 1976 not to bad watchable but just don't expect anything like todays crop of crime-dramas still an easy to follow film with a bit
    of violence where needed if you like the genre you should like this....

    Starring:-John Bach,Catherine Wilkin,Gary Day,Bruno Lawrence,Andy Anderson,George Spartels,Denis Moore,Paul Sonkkila,Ray Meagher,Candy Raymond
    Gary Sweet,Scott Burgess,Margie McCrae,Feon Keane and Dennis Miller

    Based in Melbourne, Australia in the 1980s, a true story about a group of men desperate for money who plan one of the greatest heists in Australian history. Bigger then any of their previous jobs this one is a lot harder then ever thought of but evading police and staying low is a much bigger task.



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    Broken Journey (Via Talking Pictures channel on Sky) A classic B&W drama from 1948 full of all the usual overacting and sudden clothing continuity
    changes that are noticeable None the less I enjoyed the film that has a couple of recognisable stars early in their careers,if your into the genre
    you should enjoy the film also...

    Starring:-Phyllis Calvert,James Donald,Margot Grahame,Francis L,Raymond Huntley,Derek Bond,Guy Rolfe,Sonia Holm,Grey Blake,Sybille Binder,
    David Tomlinson,Andrew Crawford,Charles Victor and Gerard Heinz.

    An airplane makes a forced landing onto a glacier in the Alps. Among the survivors are a singer (Phyllis Calvert), an actress and her boyfriend, a gravely ill
    man in an iron lung, his nurse and a refugee. Discovering that the craft's radio has broken and knowing they are miles from civilization, the passengers --
    each of whom harbors suspicions about the others -- must come to terms with their surroundings and work together despite their differences in order to prevail.



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    Puss in Boots

    Antonio Banderas stars as the titular CGI cat, who is hell-bent on finding some magic beans in order to redeem himself.

    Great fun.
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    Calculated Risk (Via Talking Picture on sky) Typical 60's B&W crime drama with an early role for Warren Mitchell...

    Starring:-William Lucas,John Rutland,Dilys Watling,Shay Gorman,Terence Cooper,David Brierly,Warren Mitchell,Vincent Charles,Harry Landis,
    John G. Heller,Peter Welch and Brian Cobby.

    A long stretch in prison after a string of failed jobs has not blunted the desire for Kip to pull off one more job. And this time, it's the big one. As soon as he is released, Kip teams up with Steve, the brains behind several heists, and together they plan the job that will set them up for life: breaking into a bank
    vault through the cellars of adjoining bombed-out houses. Their crew consists of Nodge for the heavy work, Dodo to handle explosives, and Ron as the driver. When Simmie supplies the gang with plastic incendiaries they begin their stake out of the bank and work out the best times to begin the drilling
    and blasting their way into the vault. But just before the gang leaves, Kip has a heart attack and has to drop out. Against his better judgement Steve, who is strictly the organisation man, agrees to go on the job in his place. Meanwhile things start to go wrong.

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    The Shakedown (Via Talking Pictures on sky) 1959 crime drama with an early role for Donald Pleasance,Harry H. Corbett and Bill Owen....

    Starring:-Terence Morgan,Hazel Court,Donald Pleasence,Bill Owen,Robert Beatty,Harry H. Corbett,Gene Anderson,Eddie Byrne,John Salew,
    Georgina Cookson,Linda Castle,Jackie Collins,Joan Haythorne,Sheila Buxton,Dorinda Stevens,Jack Lambert,Charles Lamb and Edward Judd.

    Augie Cortona, a newly released convict, opens up a photographic studio that serves as a front for pornographic and blackmail activities. He runs
    into trouble with a rival gangster, and bitter warfare erupts. Scotland Yard track down Cortona by employing an undercover female model to infiltrate
    the ex-con's set-up.




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    Suddenly (Via Talking Pictures channel on Sky) A typical 50's B&W Drama film in which Sinatra takes the lead even though only a short running film
    quite watchable. By this time his musical career had taken a back seat but his film career had been rejuvenated due to his prior 1953 film role in the widely acclaimed (From Here To Eternity) being well received including him winning the Academy and Golden Globe awards for best supporting actor....

    Starring:-Frank Sinatra,Sterling Hayden,James Gleason,Nancy Gates,Kim Charney,Paul Frees,Christopher Dark,Willis Bouchey,Paul Wexler,James Lilburn
    Kem Dibbs,Clark Howat,Charles Smith and Dan White

    In advance of a presidential visit to the small town of Suddenly, California, a trio of FBI agents enters the Benson family's home to assess potential
    security risks. Once inside, leader John Baron (Frank Sinatra) reveals himself as a psychopathic assassin, and he kidnaps the family in order to use their
    house as his vantage point in his plot to kill the president. Sheriff Tod Shaw (Sterling Hayden) matches wits with the assassin and his gang in an attempt
    to save the day.



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    Fear And Desire Stanley Kubrik's first feature film from 1953 made on a tight budget with borrowed money from a few sources featuring very small
    cast it's down to the viewer what to make of it considering it was his first main stream feature after a load of shorts....

    Starring:-David Allen,Frank Silvera,Kenneth Harp,Paul Mazursky,Steve Coit and Virginia Leith.

    A fictitious war in an unidentified country provides the setting for this drama. Four soldiers survive the crash-landing of their plane to find themselves in a forest six miles behind enemy lines. The group, led by Lt. Corby, has a plan: They'll make their way to a nearby river, build a raft, and then, under cover of night, float back to friendly territory. Their plans for getting back safely are side-tracked by a young woman who stumbles across them as they hide in the woods, and by the nearby presence of an enemy general who one member of the group is determined to kill.



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    Arachnophobia - despite my fear and hatred of all things spider-related, I sat and watched this one (must be at least 20 years since I last watched it!). Great fun, though.

    Halloween - John Carpenter's slasher classic.

    Top Gun - at 9am this morning. Not sure the neighbours felt the need for speed, though!
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    Daz- Hope your watching some gooduns tonight matey!....

    Cone Of Silence Classic B&W aviation drama (With some lovely Avro Ashton aerial scenes) if your into the genre you'll love this film like I did...

    Starring:-Michael Craig,Peter Cushing,Bernard Lee,Elizabeth Seal,George Sanders,André Morell,Gordon Jackson,Charles Tingwell,Noel Willman,
    Delphi Lawrence,Marne Maitland,William Abney,Jack Hedley,Simon Lack,Howard Pays,Ballard Berkeley and Charles Lloyd-Pack.

    The film is about the investigation into a series of crashes involving the fictional 'Atlas Aviation Phoenix' jetliner. (Cone of Silence is loosely based on the
    1952 crash in Rome and investigations into the structural integrity of the de Havilland Comet) The film was based on David Beaty's novel, Cone of Silence
    (1959), renamed Trouble in the Sky (Ref trailer below) the title of the film as released in the United States.



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    Well, as I'm working tonight, I decided to watch an old favourite this afternoon....

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    Daz -Good choice matey...

    Rogue One An excellent film based on the plot line of events just prior to the opening scenes in the original (Star Wars A New Hope). The only gripe is noticeable CGI wobble with Tarkin, granted CGI has come a long way but Tarkin's movements where not as fluid when walking IMO. None the less an outstanding film in it's own right, with some good comic moments especially from the droid with attitude K-2S0. On the whole a superb addition to the
    franchise easily watchable multiple times.....

    Starring:-Everybody and their dogs.. Here:-http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3748528/...f_=tt_ov_st_sm

    Former scientist Galen Erso lives on a farm with his wife and young daughter, Jyn. His peaceful existence comes crashing down when the evil Orson Krennic takes him away from his beloved family. Many years later, Galen becomes the Empire's lead engineer for the most powerful weapon in the galaxy, the Death Star. Knowing that her father holds the key to its destruction, Jyn joins forces with a spy and other resistance fighters to steal the space station's plans for the Rebel Alliance.



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    United 93

    Paul Greengrass's emotional rollercoaster of a film, based on the final moments of the one flight which didn't make its target on September 11th 2001.

    The Tuskegee Airmen

    HBO's made-for-TV drama about the famous Red Tails of the 332nd FG. An underrated aviation classic, with some great performances by the likes of Laurence Fishburne and Cuba Gooding Jr.

    Red Tails

    George Lucas's take on the Tuskegee Airmen story. I don't mind it much - it's not brilliant, but it's not the worst film ever.
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    Forgot this one..... Speed.

    Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock take on madman Dennis Hopper after he rigs a bus full of explosives, set to detonate if it goes below 50mph.

    A great action classic!
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    The Cassandra Crossing (Via Talking Pictures channel on Sky) Typical 70's disaster movie I was looking forward to watching this again but the film never lived up to my expectations from the last time as I really enjoyed it way back when still not to bad just a bit dated now.....

    Starring:-Sophia Loren,Richard Harris,Burt Lancaster,Martin Sheen,Lee Strasberg,Ava Gardner,Ingrid Thulin,O. J. Simpson,Lionel Stander,Alida Valli,
    Ann Turkel,John Phillip Law,Lou Castel,Ray Lovelock,John P. Dulaney,Thomas Hunter and Fausta Avelli.

    Terrorists have planted a deadly virus on a transcontinental train. On board are the glamorous Jennifer Chamberlain (Sophia Loren) and her ex-husband, Dr. Jonathan Chamberlain (Richard Harris), as well as Nicole Dressler (Ava Gardner) and her young lover, Robby (Martin Sheen). They can't get off, and
    one solution proposed is to quarantine them by rerouting the train over the Cassandra Crossing -- an unstable bridge. Dr. Chamberlain wants to save
    them, but has to battle the terrorists first.



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    Hell Drivers (Via Talking pictures channel on Sky) A classic B&W drama with known stars in very early roles still a good watch for me and anyone else
    who is into classic B&W era films.....

    Starring:-Stanley Baker,Herbert Lom,Peggy Cummins,Patrick McGoohan,William Hartnell,Wilfrid Lawson,Sid James,Jill Ireland,Alfie Bass,Gordon Jackson,
    David McCallum,Sean Connery,Wensley Pithey,George Murcell,Marjorie Rhodes,Vera Day,Beatrice Varley,Robin Bailey,Jerry Stovin,John Horsley,
    Marianne Stone,Ronald Clarke,Charles Lamb,Hal Osmond,Ben Williams and Ian Wilson.

    Tom Yately (Stanley Baker) is an ex-convict who takes a job as a construction-supply trucker. He soon befriends Lucy (Peggy Cummins) and Gino
    (Herbert Lom), who help him adjust to the fast-paced, competitive nature of the dangerous job. Red (Patrick McGoohan), the company foreman,
    encourages the truckers to drive as fast as possible in order to complete more trips, while he pockets the extra money. Yately finds himself torn between
    beating Red's driving record and exposing his crooked schemes.



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    The Night My Number Came Up (Via talking pictures on Sky) Enjoyed this B&w typical era thriller one thing I did notice was the Kai teck airport
    is a lot more open than what it is nowadays...

    Starring:-Michael Redgrave,Sheila Sim,Alexander Knox,Denholm Elliott,Ursula Jeans,Ralph Truman,Michael Hordern,Nigel Stock,Bill Kerr,Alfie Bass,
    George Rose,Victor Maddern,David Orr,David Yates,Richard Davies,Hugh Moxey,Percy Herbert and Stratford Johns.

    British Air Marshal Hardie (Michael Redgrave) is attending a party in Hong Kong when he hears of a dream, told by a pilot (Michael Hordern), in which Hardie's flight to Tokyo on a small Dakota propeller plane crashes on a Japanese beach. Hardie dismisses the dream as pure fantasy, but while he is flying to Tokyo the next day, circumstances start changing to line up with the pilot's vivid vision, and it looks like the dream disaster may become a reality.



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    Bad Boys 1 and 2

    Will Smith and Martin Lawrence busting drug dealers and kicking ass in Miami.

    Great fun.
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    On Wings of Eagles

    The story of the runner Eric Lidell of Chariots of Fire fame and his internment and handling of by the Japanese during World War 2 in China, an excellent true story of the struggles within the camp.
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    The Three Lives of Thomasina

    How the lives of several people are affected by a ginger tabby cat. Quite a nice wee film - and I've actually been to where they filmed it.
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    The Wall

    A war movie with a difference, as two US soldiers are pinned down by an Iraqi sharpshooter in the middle of nowhere.

    Low budget, despite the big names attached to it, but actually rather good.
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