Last movie you watched

Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Fenice » Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:51 pm

Jedieurokrem wrote:All Marvel movies are trash tbh.

Someone had to say it.


I don’t think much of your film opinion now tbh :dontknow:
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Pudpop » Tue Jun 05, 2018 7:26 am

LMAO wrote:
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LMAO wrote:Disregarding her weird eyes and stupid bangs, the only redeeming quality was Amanda Seyfried wearing her birthday suit.


So what you're saying is it was worth it?


It was only a scene or two iirc. Watch at your own risk.

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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Lloyd » Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:43 am

Deadpool 2. The movie was incredible, especially the ending!
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Phil71 » Sat Jun 09, 2018 9:31 pm

London Heist.

Ok if you like the indie Brit gangster films. I quite enjoyed it.

Craig Fairbrass, James Cosmo, Steven Berkoff.
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby UFGN » Sat Jun 09, 2018 9:44 pm

Phil71 wrote:London Heist.

Ok if you like the indie Brit gangster films. I quite enjoyed it.

Craig Fairbrass, James Cosmo, Steven Berkoff.



Indie Brit Gangster films....

Was watching Gangster Number One a few weeks back. Great film. It was released at about the same time as a bunch of other gangster films but was far superior to all the others. Paul Bettany is awesome in it

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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby UFGN » Sat Jun 09, 2018 9:46 pm

EXPLICIT VIOLENCE YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Phil71 » Sat Jun 09, 2018 10:59 pm

UFGN wrote:
Phil71 wrote:London Heist.

Ok if you like the indie Brit gangster films. I quite enjoyed it.

Craig Fairbrass, James Cosmo, Steven Berkoff.



Indie Brit Gangster films....

Was watching Gangster Number One a few weeks back. Great film. It was released at about the same time as a bunch of other gangster films but was far superior to all the others. Paul Bettany is awesome in it

f***ing hand made shoes
f***ing leather setee


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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby starmandb » Sun Jun 10, 2018 5:25 pm

I saw gangster number 1 as a play at the almeida in 1995
Peter bowles ( yes he of to the manor born) was mesmerising as the gangster
Although as a play it was more a series. Of monologues
So I was intrigued when it was made into a movie
I saw it in a preview cinema in wardour street( long story, won't bore you)
It felt like paul Bettany had crash landed in from another planet
He had that otherworldly quality that funny enough Malcolm McDowell had as a younger man
The talk to camera was the best I had seen since Michael Caine in Alfie
I am so surprised that with the success of something like lock stock that this wasn't an absolute huge hit
I hope it maintains its impact because it's a while since I saw it
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby UFGN » Sun Jun 10, 2018 5:46 pm

starmandb wrote:I saw gangster number 1 as a play at the almeida in 1995
Peter bowles ( yes he of to the manor born) was mesmerising as the gangster
Although as a play it was more a series. Of monologues
So I was intrigued when it was made into a movie
I saw it in a preview cinema in wardour street( long story, won't bore you)
It felt like paul Bettany had crash landed in from another planet
He had that otherworldly quality that funny enough Malcolm McDowell had as a younger man
The talk to camera was the best I had seen since Michael Caine in Alfie
I am so surprised that with the success of something like lock stock that this wasn't an absolute huge hit
I hope it maintains its impact because it's a while since I saw it


Did you see the Almeida's production of 1984?
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby starmandb » Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:03 pm

UFGN wrote:
starmandb wrote:I saw gangster number 1 as a play at the almeida in 1995
Peter bowles ( yes he of to the manor born) was mesmerising as the gangster
Although as a play it was more a series. Of monologues
So I was intrigued when it was made into a movie
I saw it in a preview cinema in wardour street( long story, won't bore you)
It felt like paul Bettany had crash landed in from another planet
He had that otherworldly quality that funny enough Malcolm McDowell had as a younger man
The talk to camera was the best I had seen since Michael Caine in Alfie
I am so surprised that with the success of something like lock stock that this wasn't an absolute huge hit
I hope it maintains its impact because it's a while since I saw it


Did you see the Almeida's production of 1984?

No mate
I just had a look through the almeida archive and the last thing I saw at the almeida was the late Henry ross in 2006 with Andrew Lincoln. I don't seem to have been to many plays in the last 10 years
Seen quite a few musicals though
Was it good.? It transferred to the playhouse and had quite a run there
I did see glengarry glenross in the playhouse just before Xmas
That seemed very badly dated
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby UFGN » Sun Jun 10, 2018 8:35 pm

starmandb wrote:
UFGN wrote:
starmandb wrote:I saw gangster number 1 as a play at the almeida in 1995
Peter bowles ( yes he of to the manor born) was mesmerising as the gangster
Although as a play it was more a series. Of monologues
So I was intrigued when it was made into a movie
I saw it in a preview cinema in wardour street( long story, won't bore you)
It felt like paul Bettany had crash landed in from another planet
He had that otherworldly quality that funny enough Malcolm McDowell had as a younger man
The talk to camera was the best I had seen since Michael Caine in Alfie
I am so surprised that with the success of something like lock stock that this wasn't an absolute huge hit
I hope it maintains its impact because it's a while since I saw it


Did you see the Almeida's production of 1984?

No mate
I just had a look through the almeida archive and the last thing I saw at the almeida was the late Henry ross in 2006 with Andrew Lincoln. I don't seem to have been to many plays in the last 10 years
Seen quite a few musicals though
Was it good.? It transferred to the playhouse and had quite a run there
I did see glengarry glenross in the playhouse just before Xmas
That seemed very badly dated


I've seen a few of their productions and they're always good

1984 was outstanding. In total I saw it five or six times over three different runs at the Playhouse. It was so intense. The use of blackout, the individual performances and the set were all fantastic.

They must have rehursed their stage movements over and over, because they were able to move around the stage in complete darkness, in seconds.
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Ach » Tue Jun 12, 2018 12:34 am

Didn't realise Pixar had another film out

Coco

Wow

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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Ach » Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:12 pm

Deadpool 2

Loved the ending
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Ach » Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:23 pm

Greatest Showman

Wow, best musical ive seen.

Pisses on La La Land. Does exactly what I want a musical to do, have it finish with pretty much every song I can sing along to.

f***ing loved this. Only way this can be topped as best musical is if Marvel do a musical tbh
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Re: Last movie you watched

Postby Ach » Thu Jun 28, 2018 12:42 am

Fenice wrote:Greatest Showman was very good. Everyone should make time for it. Then watch Infinity War. If you watched it already, watch it again.
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