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    In fact watching that trailer again, Andy Samberg is fuckin brilliant. A comedy god

    I'm watching it again tonight, followed by Groundhog Day tomorrow, outa respect

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    Also rewatched Palm Springs the other night, still superb! One of the funnies movies I have seen for a long time.


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    Watched “Run” on Netflix last night. Reminded us of Misery. Thought it was a great film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zanderpants View Post
    Also rewatched Palm Springs the other night, still superb! One of the funnies movies I have seen for a long time.


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    It is a very enjoyable film however I did think that Andy Samberg’s character was basically Jake Peralta in a flowery shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    It is a very enjoyable film however I did think that Andy Samberg’s character was basically Jake Peralta in a flowery shirt.
    True. Which was perhaps no bad thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StackH View Post
    Thanks for recommending - thoroughly enjoyed it last night. And it gets extra points for using The Brazilian by Genesis in one of the scenes!
    Yes on the Brazilian! Hadn’t heard that for years. The Film was ok some good bits

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    Just finished watching Love and Monsters on Netflix.
    Not too shabby at all, very easy viewing. Recommended to pass a couple of hours away.

    Plus they used The The This is the day in it somewhere along the line

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyboyo View Post
    Just finished watching Love and Monsters on Netflix.
    Not too shabby at all, very easy viewing. Recommended to pass a couple of hours away.

    Plus they used The The This is the day in it somewhere along the line

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    I watched that the other day (night) whilst I was on a night shift. Quite an easy going film I thought....not too taxing on the old noodle which is perfect for 0200 viewing!

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    Watched ‘Nobody’ over the weekend with the guy from Better Call Saul/Breaking Bad. Cross between John Wick and Hime Alone. A bit more realistic than JW (only a bit though) and absolutely superb fun. If you like the JW type movies this will be right up your alley and for me was much better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyboyo View Post
    Just finished watching Love and Monsters on Netflix.
    Not too shabby at all, very easy viewing. Recommended to pass a couple of hours away.

    Plus they used The The This is the day in it somewhere along the line

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    I watched it too, really enjoyed it.
    Cheers..
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    The Hunt was a good watch, violent black comedy, with a very dry female lead.

    In a similar vain Ready Or Not is also escapist horror/thriller fun.


    At the other end of the entertainment spectrum I found Sound of Metal to be excellent as others have said, was not sure after the first 20/30 mins but the it settled in and the performances were superb.
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    The Blue Brothers. I've seen parts of this film many times over the years but never sat down and watched it end to end. I rectified that on Sunday. Watched it with the family and we all loved. I wonder why it took me so long to watch it.

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    Just watched Karakter (1997) (again).
    Very well done. Great script.
    Highly recommended.

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    Fighting With My Family was good. A Rocky-meets-Baywatch true life drama, featuring the tanned beauties of Norwich set against the gritty kitchen-sink drama of Florida.



    Nothing unexpected, no big budget, but a good cast and well directed and scripted by Stephen Merchant.

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    ^ I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.
    Cheers..
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    Rewatched The Game, very good!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokyo Tokei View Post
    Fighting With My Family was good. A Rocky-meets-Baywatch true life drama, featuring the tanned beauties of Norwich set against the gritty kitchen-sink drama of Florida.



    Nothing unexpected, no big budget, but a good cast and well directed and scripted by Stephen Merchant.
    I saw Jumanji the other day and it was pretty funny and fun, I was surprised by how much I liked their Central Intelligence film so thought I'd give this pair another go.

    Also started watching The Killing, missed it the first time around, and I'm enjoying it.

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    Watched 'Sorry To Bother You' on Netflix last night. Has a Black Mirror feel about it and is worth a watch. Be quick though it's only on Netflix until 14th May.

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    Spacewalker - on netflix or prime(can't remember which!)

    the first Russian space walk. Brilliant drama, and really enjoyable contrast to all the Apollo films we're familiar with, - you have to be in the right mood, for subtitles though!

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    Watched Palm Springs on Saturday night, thought it was ok, certainly not one of the funniest comedies.

    Would recommend Jexi on Amazon though, we thought it was very funny but then we put it on knowing nothing about it other than the trailer so didn't have high expectations. In short it's Siri gone rogue.

    Liked Love and Monsters.

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    I watched this tonight ...



    Well worth a viewing IMHO

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    Hey guys , give a nod to the platforms , makes life easier , cheers .


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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperStripes View Post
    Watched Palm Springs on Saturday night, thought it was ok, certainly not one of the funniest comedies.

    Would recommend Jexi on Amazon though, we thought it was very funny but then we put it on knowing nothing about it other than the trailer so didn't have high expectations. In short it's Siri gone rogue.

    Liked Love and Monsters.
    Agree with all this. Palm Springs was just watchable for me, couple of funny bits, will check out Jexi.

    Love and monsters was refreshingly brilliant.

    Old ones here, but, We’re the millers was funny, as was a million ways to die in the west.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    I watched this tonight ...



    Well worth a viewing IMHO

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    The guy on the right looks like white Anthony Mackie.


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    Promising young woman on sky movies was ok, plot holes a plenty and a bit far fetched but good

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    The Professor and the Madman is pretty good, watched that last night.

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    Just watched a South African film, I Am All Girls- about child trafficking, quite hard hitting


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    If you are an "Action Movie" kind of guy, you're not going to want to miss Army of the Dead!



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    The new invisible man....very sleeping with the enemy but more sinister.

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    Page Eight on Netflix. I think I missed it when it was first shown as I was living in the US. Great performances from Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz and Michael Gambon and others. I struggled with the overt politics but managed to reconcile my feeling with what amounts to a fantastic spy drama. I'm really happy there are two sequels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrudd View Post
    Page Eight on Netflix. I think I missed it when it was first shown as I was living in the US. Great performances from Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz and Michael Gambon and others. I struggled with the overt politics but managed to reconcile my feeling with what amounts to a fantastic spy drama. I'm really happy there are two sequels.
    I missed them too but watched recently, they are all great. BBC films I believe.

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    Circle on Netflix. Sci Fi, 50 people are trapped in a room and one has to be killed every 2 minutes by being voted for by the rest.
    Worth an hour and a half of your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacifichrono View Post
    If you are an "Action Movie" kind of guy, you're not going to want to miss Army of the Dead!


    Thanks for the heads up. Looks good. Ya canny whack a good zombie flick. :)

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    I watched Land with Robin Penn Wright this week - enjoyed it more than I thought I would - worth a watch and some great scenery

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    The Woman in the window, is a great watch if you like Hitchcock....very much like Rear View Mirror if you remember that?

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    Enjoyed Black Sea.

    Nice tense submarine film.

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    Breitling Cosmonaute 809 - What's not to like?

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    Anyone need a shot of testosterone? Jason Statham is back to oblige!


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    Watched 'Killing Escobar' on the iPlayer this evening.

    Highly recommended tale of a bunch of mercenaries attempt to kill old Pablo.

    Recruited by the rival Cali cartel to eliminate their competition, it's quite a story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    The Woman in the window, is a great watch if you like Hitchcock....very much like Rear View Mirror if you remember that?
    Agreed, really enjoyed it. Also 'Oxygen' also on Netflix is very good too.

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    Wanted, was good fun

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    Oxygene

    Tidy little sci-fi mystery with the lush Mélanie Laurent; prob best avoided if you’re claustrophobic

    On Netflix

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    Watched this the other night, don't know how I missed it as quite few years old now but a cracking film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emgee View Post
    Watched this the other night, don't know how I missed it as quite few years old now but a cracking film.
    One of my favourite movies from the past 10 years. Fight scene is incredible.

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    I re-watched Emperor of the North the other day, having not seen it in 40 years. It's a story of Hobos free-riding the trains in the great depression. It was surprisingly brutal to begin with, but has stood the test of time quite well thanks to 'top of their game' performances from Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine.
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    Godzilla vs Kong.

    At the actual cinema.

    It was great. Admittedly it’s not got the best plot line but it’s a giant gorilla fighting a big,radioactive lizard....what more do you want?!

    And it was in an actual cinema, which was nice.

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    Dune is going to be my first trip back to the cinema, trailer looks great.


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    Whoever said Army of the Dead; thanks, what a hoot!


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    Saw Nomadland yesterday,really good film.

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    another vote for army of the dead - not too bad though dave bautista either needs to shave his head or get a rug as he cant carry the nutsack look off.

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    Triple Frontier

    Decent military/heist adventure with Affleck, Isaac, Hunnam, etc. Pretty much Kelly’s Heroes meets The Wild Geese.

    On Netflix.

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