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    Batman The Killing Joke 2016 (Via SKY Cinema) If your into the Batman animated films you should be happy, it's a watch and move on to the next
    for myself. I was expecting more from the hype that I heard before it came out but as always you like or not with any film...

    Characters voiced by the following:-Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne / Batman - Mark Hamill as Joker - Tara Strong as Barbara Gordon / Batgirl -
    Ray Wise as Commissioner James Gordon - Robin Atkin Downes as Detective Harvey Bullock - John DiMaggio as Carlos Francesco -
    Brian George as Alfred Pennyworth - J. P. Karliak as Reese - Andrew Kishino as Murray - Nolan North as Mitch -
    Maury Sterling as Parry Francesco / Paris Franz - Fred Tatasciore as Carnival Owner - Bruce Timm as Patrolman - Anna Vocino as Jeannie and
    Kari Wahlgren as Call Girl Rick.

    Batman must save Commissioner Gordon from the Joker's twisted quest to drive him insane.



    Geoff.
    Last edited by 1batfastard; 20th April 2018 at 17:18.

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    furious 8

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    Ready Player One

    Spielberg's latest adventure, based on the book of the same name. Pretty good fun, really. Probably better watched on the big screen, however, given the visuals in the film, but definitely worth a second watch on the small screen.
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    They Who Dare 1954 (Via Taking Pictures Channel on SKY) Still like watching this film good old fashioned flag waving WWII drama featuring SM.79's and
    a suspicious looking Beaufighter MkX posing as one... I wonder what happened to them ?

    Starring:-Dirk Bogarde,Denholm Elliott,Akim Tamiroff,Harold Siddons,Eric Pohlmann,William Russell,Gérard Oury,Sam Kydd,Peter Burton,David Peel,
    Michael Mellinger,Alec Mango,Anthea Leigh,Eileen Way,Lisa Gastoni,Kay Callard and George Sandford.

    This World War II men-on-a-mission film follows a British commando unit, led by Lt. Graham (Dirk Bogarde), ordered to sneak onto a Greek island and
    take out two German airbases. Once they're on the island, though, the plan doesn't go well. The place is crawling with Nazis, and Graham tries
    desperately to keep his men from losing hope. But after the commandos split into two groups, the mission turns suicidal when many of the men are
    captured by Germans. Still, Graham must see it through.



    Geoff.

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    Baby Driver

    High octane, and very violent, heist movie starring Jamie Foxx and Kevin Spacey.
    Daren Cogdon

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    Avengers: Infinity War

    Saw this on Friday. Thought it was great. Lots of actions, lots of laughs. Can't wait for Avengers 4 to see how they play out the ending.

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    The Homesman 2014 (Via BBCi available until 14/05) A good western drama with a couple of funny moments concentrating on the interaction between
    two main characters and the three women who they are escorting....

    Starring:-Tommy Lee Jones,Hilary Swank,Grace Gummer,Miranda Otto,Sonja Richter,Meryl Streep,John Lithgow,James Spader,Hailee Steinfeld,Caroline Lagerfelt, Tim Blake Nelson,Jesse Plemons,William Fichtner,David Dencik,Barry Corbin,Evan Jones,Jo Harvey Allen and Karen Jones.

    The stark life for Nebraska Territory settlers has unhinged three women who wilful Mary Bee Cuddy is tasked with transporting east to safety in Iowa. She must grudgingly draft disreputable drifter George Briggs to share the stress and responsibility of the five-week odyssey over hostile plains.



    Geoff.

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    Morning Departure 1950 (Via Talking Pictures on Sky) of the time naval drama that is still watchable along with early roles for a few later household names recognisable on TV and the Big Scree...

    Starring:-John Mills,Nigel Patrick,Peter Hammond,Andrew Crawford,Michael Brennan,George Cole,Victor Maddern,Roddy McMillan,Frank Coburn,
    Jack Stewart,James Hayter,Wylie Watson,Richard Attenborough,George Thorpe,Bernard Lee,Kenneth More,Alastair Hunter,Helen Cherry,Lana Morris,
    Zena Marshall and Michael Caine.

    When British submarine Trojan sets off a magnetic mine at sea, the stern is obliterated and the vessel sinks to the ocean floor. Inside, a number of the crew are saved by watertight doors, but their air supply won't last forever. The captain, Lt. Cmdr. Armstrong (John Mills), releases some oil from the ship, and it's eventually spotted by a search party. As the necessary crew and equipment are brought in, it's a panicked race against time to get all the crew out alive.



    Geoff.

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    Office Space

    An office drone decides that he has had enough of the dreary lifestyle and tries to get himself fired, only to get promoted in the process.
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    re "Avengers: Infinity War
    Saw this on Friday. Thought it was great. Lots of actions, lots of laughs. Can't wait for Avengers 4 to see how they play out the ending. "

    I thought it was a series of set piece cgi moments interspersed with a load of booring tosh to be honest.

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    Annon 2018 (Via Sky Cinema) The film starts off really well then flat lines a bit, then picks back up again. So on the whole if you like Sci-Fi you'll should enjoy this film, the only Distraction /Irritation IMPO is the info on the screen that the films population have to live with, but again that aside I enjoyed the film....

    Starring:-Clive Owen,Amanda Seyfried,Colm Feore,Sonya Walger,Mark O'Brien,Joe Pingue,Iddo Goldberg,Sebastian Pigott,Rachel Roberts and
    Toyin Ishola.

    In the near future, private memories are recorded and crime has almost ceased to exist. But in trying to solve a series of murders, troubled detective
    Sal Frieland stumbles upon a young woman known only as "The Girl." She has no identity, no history and is invisible to the cops. Sal realizes this may
    not be the end of crime, and it could be the beginning of it.



    Geoff.
    Last edited by 1batfastard; 21st May 2018 at 18:04.

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    Jaws 3

    Dennis Quaid and Bess Armstrong take on a giant great white shark that has set up home in a giant Sea World park.

    I know the sequels got progressively worse as time went on, but they're still fun to watch!
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    Deadpool 2


    The Merc with a mouth is back and he is bringing friends. Lots of action, lots of blood, lots of breaking the fourth wall and some great laughs.

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