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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Reecedouglas1, Apr 25, 2019.
She sounds like a typically grumpy wife.
No. Inception, Saw it on the last day of the summer holidays and have always resented losing that time.
I loved the idea of it, dreams within dreams etc, but then the idea seemed be used purely to create two stupid action films, one in the snow and one with that zero gravity stuff going on. I'm not a fan of action films and felt cheated.
Mike Leigh's 'Naked'. Nearly walked out.
Quite possibly the biggest anti-climax of all the films I've watched. I'd waited a long time before watching this, and was looking forward to it immensely. I'd managed to avoid any hints of what the plot was about.
By crikey was I disappointed. I kept thinking "so they're basically still on the plane" throughout. The stuff in the hotel was bad enough. By the time of the snow scene, the film had lost all credibility for me. "Oh so now there's some snow fight or something. Yeah, whatever...".
Breaking the Waves - misogynistic drivel, violent and disturbing.
I went to try and prove to a new date I was all modern and trendy ......I left the cinema and her after 30 odd minutes.
Yeah but Tom Hardy's in it. Innit?
Pulp Fiction. What load of tosh!
Revenge of the Sith … an anagram of the last word provides a perfect description of the film.
The Big Short was a good film with a very relevant message I would make it obligatory watching for every person over 16 in this politically unaware country.
Agree re Birdman and would add Whiplash.
Remake of Far from the Madding Crowd had the worst cast Sgt Troy imaginable with wrong scenery, unbelievable portrayal of sidesaddle riding but all nearly saved by the very watchable actor playing Gabriel.
Can't stand most musicals - they virtually ended for me with West Side Story. Younger child bought me Mama Mia as an Xmas present dvd - what???
Did you go dressed as your avatar?
I haven't actually seen it, but I've heard good things about Revenge of the This.
Best thing they’ve done is take Star Wars away from George Lucas and his overused blue screens.
The actors seem less wooden in the newest trilogy now that he isn’t writing their dialogue anymore.
I've watched ll three of them... MrsLan loves them...
But they aren't good..
The Holiday- I would have walked out, only a friend had taken me to see it and I didn’t want to seem rude.
Left Behind - all those puddles of clothes, and Nicholas Cage. I just don’t understand the appeal of Nicholas Cage.
You sat through all three??
Like Michael Caine , he's willing to appear in anything with no regard to merit.
But Michael Caine can act.
He's done some rubbish - but he's also done some great films.
Everything with Nicholas Cage in is complete sh**e