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What movie did you watch last night?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by nlgbbbblth, Oct 4, 2004.

  1. Bernie Lomax

    Bernie Lomax Well-Known Member

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    The Florida Project. Have to say I loved this. Pure magic. Features the bear child acting I’ve ever seen. Was a blubbering mess at the end.
     
  2. hugh

    hugh Well-Known Member Contributor Supporter

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    Death On The Nile - 1978 - Ustinov, Bette Davis, Jane Birkin, Maggie Smith, David Niven. Some cast. Entertaining and formulaic.
     
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  3. johnnystress

    johnnystress Well-Known Member Supporter

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    enjoyable off sick, watching in bed movie
     
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  4. johnnystress

    johnnystress Well-Known Member Supporter

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    My enjoyment of this was somewhat impaired when my sister pointed out that Ustinov's Poriot is way off. The character in the book would never lounge about , man-spreading all over the place like that. Suchet is the only man.
     
  5. hermie

    hermie Well-Known Member

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    The Disaster Artist. Already been commented on by others. Really good.
     
  6. shidheat

    shidheat Well-Known Member

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    i watched "demo seed" (1977) the other night. excellent stuff. deals with ai and holds up very well despite it being 40 years old.
     
  7. Anthony

    Anthony Well-Known Member Supporter

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    The Circle. A film by Netflix about the internet. Yes, it is as shit as it sounds.
     
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  8. Bernie Lomax

    Bernie Lomax Well-Known Member

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    Call Me By Your Name. Liked it a lot. Sort of meanders along nicely. Good soundtrack and can’t fault the acting.
     
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  9. Anthony

    Anthony Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Maudie. A film about a lady painter and her grumpy fella. Sally Hawkins as good as ever, Ethan Hawke not as convincing.
     
  10. hermie

    hermie Well-Known Member

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    The Descendants. George Clooney vehicle by Alexander Payne I hadn't seen before. Nice movie.
     
  11. Unicron

    Unicron Well-Known Member

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    In the past week or so, and I may have mentioned the first one already. Three Billboards out ... blah blah blah

    shite.

    Lady Bird, really enjoyed it though it had a lot of the stuff that annoys me about the films that Greta Gerwig acts in. Thought the mother-daughter dynamic was great.
     
  12. shidheat

    shidheat Well-Known Member

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    i've just re-read my post and realized i spelled "demon seed" wrong.
     
  13. GO

    GO Now Is Go Supporter

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    I saw more movies in 2017 than the previous 5 years combined.

    I saw EVERYTHING.

    Some crackers,I must find the best of year thread
     
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  14. Bernie Lomax

    Bernie Lomax Well-Known Member

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    Agreed. Thought this was shite. Dumb plot and awful dialogue
     
  15. Anthony

    Anthony Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Now You See Me 2. Jesus Christ I've seen done shit in my time but this was a whole new level of complete and utter shit.
     
  16. hermie

    hermie Well-Known Member

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    Watched I, Tonya. It was quite good. Margot Robbie plays her well. I actually wasn't too familiar with her story. It's like a quirkier Foxcatcher.
     
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  17. Bernie Lomax

    Bernie Lomax Well-Known Member

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    I liked it. Much more interesting sports biopic than Battle of the Sexes which was a snoozefest vehicle for actors to get award nominations.
     
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  18. Unicron

    Unicron Well-Known Member

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    But enough about Foxcatcher, wakka wakka
     
  19. Unicron

    Unicron Well-Known Member

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    Nightcrawler, hadn't seen it since it was in the cinema. Still terrific.
     
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  20. Bernie Lomax

    Bernie Lomax Well-Known Member

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    The plot is a little paint by numbers but the script and the performances lift this from good to almost great. Riz Ahmed almost as good as Gylenhaal in a much less showy role.
     
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