Films I have seen

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Dubai_Phil posted this 22 July 2016

Everest.

A film of the storm in the late 90'summer that proved to be one of the worst weekends in the mountains history.

Josh Brolin is the biggest name. Stunning cinematography, gripping adaptation of a true story and amazing that Base Camp was such a disorganised money grabbing cluster fuck back then yet so many people tried to step up and be heroes. 

An off the radar film VERY worth catching on TV or wherever.

Oh and being a day ahead of the planet I have to tell you all to go see Star Trek Beyond this weekend.  If nothing else it WILL stop Pap moaning about the new reboot for ST least 10 minutes

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Dubai_Phil posted this 22 July 2016

Originally posted by ericofarabia

Just watched Sacha Baron Cohen's AKA Ali G's latest offering..... Grimsby.

A lot of Elephant cum and tea bagging so should suit Bearsy a treat!!

Pretty average but some LOL moments as you'd expect.

 Showing off you flash Git.

You either paid $5 to watch it On Demand OR you saw it on the plane!

Sadoldgit posted this 29 July 2016

So then, the new Ghostbusters movie. I enjoyed it and there are some good moments, but really, why bother unless you are going to serve up something new and different. The only different thing about it is the female leads. Best bits for me were the (many) nods to the original films.

Goatboy posted this 29 July 2016

Originally posted by Dubai_Phil

Everest.

A film of the storm in the late 90'summer that proved to be one of the worst weekends in the mountains history.

Josh Brolin is the biggest name. Stunning cinematography, gripping adaptation of a true story and amazing that Base Camp was such a disorganised money grabbing cluster fuck back then yet so many people tried to step up and be heroes. 

An off the radar film VERY worth catching on TV or wherever.

Oh and being a day ahead of the planet I have to tell you all to go see Star Trek Beyond this weekend.  If nothing else it WILL stop Pap moaning about the new reboot for ST least 10 minutes

 I liked this too D_P. I'm a sucker for mountains.

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TheCholulaKid posted this 30 July 2016

If you like mountains then you should really watch the film linked below. No longer available on Iplayer but if it reappears well worth 90 mins of your life:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b050r7gx

Fatso posted this 30 July 2016

if you like Chinese and black people who have to fight triads and do it all in good humour then you should watch Rush Hour 3

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TedMaul posted this 30 July 2016

Alive is great, true story of a South American Rugby squad who ate each other to stay alive :)

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TedMaul posted this 30 July 2016

Fatso posted this 30 July 2016

I'm touching the void right now

Fatso posted this 30 July 2016

or is that touching cloth? It's confusing isn't it? Words and stuff.

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TedMaul posted this 31 July 2016

Shut it you fat fuck ... lou_wink

TedMaul posted this 31 July 2016

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TedMaul posted this 31 July 2016

Under the radar film.  It's just perfectly shot :)

 

Won Ton posted this 31 July 2016

Originally posted by TedMaul

Under the radar film.  It's just perfectly shot :)

 

 If you like this you should watch Andrew Dominik's other films: Chopper, and Killing Them Softly.

Dubai_Phil posted this 31 July 2016 - Last edited 31 July 2016

Originally posted by Fatso

if you like Chinese and black people who have to fight triads and do it all in good humour then you should watch Rush Hour 3

 If you liked Rush Hour, then AT ALL COSTS you should avoid the lame spin off TV show of the same name.

(Yes it is amusing at times but it contains no Chris Tucker, no Jackie Chan, no Triads, no script and no acting ability).

Sadoldgit posted this 01 August 2016

Originally posted by TedMaul

Alive is great, true story of a South American Rugby squad who ate each other to stay alive :)

 Only the dead ones though! 

Barry Sanchez posted this 01 August 2016

Zootopia, what a great film that is, very funny in places with their piss take of equality quotas.

JBoy posted this 01 August 2016

Originally posted by Barry Sanchez

Zootopia, what a great film that is, very funny in places with their piss take of equality quotas.

 Zoophiles get equal rights now? Probably Corbyn's fault. 

Flahute posted this 01 August 2016

I watched Thrumbo recently. Very enjoyable if you're into this sort of period in C20th US history.

Got Sing Street and Spotlight to watch tomorrow.