Films I have seen

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Barry Sanchez posted this 3 weeks ago

What one?

gwc posted this 3 weeks ago

Originally posted by Barry Sanchez

What one?

Wind River.

I thought 3 Billboards was your marking system lou_facepalm2

Sadoldgit posted this 3 weeks ago

Saw The Post this afternoon. A timely reminder what newspaper publishing should be all about. Piles even more shame on the likes of The Sun and The Mail. Nice sub plot about the empowerment of women too.

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TheCholulaKid posted this 3 weeks ago

The Killing of a Sacred Deer.  Dark.

pap posted this 3 weeks ago

I watched Bridge of Spies the other day.  Wonderful film, with some excellent performances from Tom Hanks and Mark Rylance.   Didn't have a lot of time for Gary Powers.

Dubai_Phil posted this 2 weeks ago

Name that film?

"There's no time for Lube"

There is ALWAYS time for Lube"

SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by Sadoldgit

Saw The Post this afternoon. A timely reminder what newspaper publishing should be all about. Piles even more shame on the likes of The Sun and The Mail. Nice sub plot about the empowerment of women too.

 It's really timely.  Spielberg has never been an overt political director.  It's maybe his most political film

Goatboy posted this 2 weeks ago - Last edited 2 weeks ago

Just back from a family Goat outing to see Jumanji.

Something for everyone! 

Kid Goat loved it! One of her favourites for a while.

Mrs G thought it was cheesy but good family fun.

I liked Karen Gillan in hot pants.

7 wangers!*

 

 

 

*out of a possible 10.

Goatboy posted this 2 weeks ago - Last edited 2 weeks ago

The area of West Quay where the Showcase cinema is located is well worth a visit. Despite the miserable weather it was packed this evening. There are a few new art installations and projections onto the old walls at the moment.

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Cobham Saint posted this 2 weeks ago

The Cloverfield Paradox - on Netflix.

Sci-fi, space, horror, whodunit film.

Worth a watch...

Cobham Saint posted this 2 weeks ago

Can't see an ice rink there though @Goatboy

Or a tower tbf

BTripz posted this 2 weeks ago

Just watched Flatliners, the 2017 incarnation, quite enjoyed it, much better than the original not that that's saying a lot.

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Cobham Saint posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by BTripz

Just watched Flatliners, the 2017 incarnation, quite enjoyed it, much better than the original not that that's saying a lot.

 Yeeeeeeaaaah with you on that but you're being too positive 😉

BTripz posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by Cobham Saint

The Cloverfield Paradox - on Netflix.

Sci-fi, space, horror, whodunit film.

Worth a watch...

Hmmmm, part of the Cloverfield universe, the first was gash, the second enjoyable....I'll give it a whirl...

BTripz posted this 2 weeks ago

Oh, I watched Baywatch last night, 2 hours of my life I won't get back.

Goatboy posted this 2 weeks ago

SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by BTripz

Originally posted by Cobham Saint

The Cloverfield Paradox - on Netflix.

Sci-fi, space, horror, whodunit film.

Worth a watch...

Hmmmm, part of the Cloverfield universe, the first was gash, the second enjoyable....I'll give it a whirl...

 It's really not good. It was an unused script and bad robot (jj abrams company bought it) tacked on the Cloverfield thing and sold it to Neflix

SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

The only paradox is how the fuck it got made 

Goatboy posted this 2 weeks ago

Yeah but Karen Gillan in hot pants.

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Cobham Saint posted this 2 weeks ago - Last edited 2 weeks ago

Well, it filled in some time and me and Mrs C_S played our favourite game of pointing out plot / script inconsistencies - it wasn't all bad tbf.