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    I whole heartedly agree with I saw the devil. It's an absolute classic but it is very violent if you're a bit squeamish.

    Also The Gentleman is class and like some one above mentioned it's along the lines of Snatch which is one of my favourite movies but it is also very much a class of it's own.
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    "Yesterday".

    Amazing movie.
    When a Beatles cover singer wakes up in a world where there are no Beatles
    But knows all their songs...

    https://youtu.be/6uqvgPm8U4c



    "I've seen the devil"

    Amazing piece of amazing South Korean cinematography. I wonder how Tarantino didn't steal this.

    https://youtu.be/xwWgp1bqVwE
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    I have to concure, having just watched "The Gentleman" it is a class film and I will watch it again, Colin Farrel's character was particularly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcam View Post
    I have to concure, having just watched "The Gentleman" it is a class film and I will watch it again, Colin Farrel's character was particularly good.

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    I have put off watching this for the last two nights! I WILL watch it tomorrow after reading your comment! Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by sickie View Post
    I whole heartedly agree with I saw the devil. It's an absolute classic but it is very violent if you're a bit squeamish.

    Also The Gentleman is class and like some one above mentioned it's along the lines of Snatch which is one of my favourite movies but it is also very much a class of it's own.

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    It is - for lack of better words - BRUTAL.
    Seen the DMZ? Also very good

    https://youtu.be/ut7WNhIvM1Y

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    Movies for the current times, very topical.

    Trailers linked.

    Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes - 82% Rotten Tomatoes, 7.6/10 IMDB

    Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes - 90% Rotten Tomatoes, 7.6/10 IMDB

    War For The Planet Of The Apes - 82% Rotten Tomatoes, 7.6/10 IMDB


    These are absolute hits. Science fiction, action, ethics, morality.

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    I'll look out for DMZ but in the meanwhile I would also highly recommend The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion

    It's a bit slow on the first half and you wonder when it's going to get moving but believe when it does it explodes into action.

    Part 2 is already due for release in 2021 and I for one will be hoping it's as good as the first one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Incursore View Post
    It is - for lack of better words - BRUTAL.
    Seen the DMZ? Also very good

    https://youtu.be/ut7WNhIvM1Y
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    Quote Originally Posted by sickie View Post
    I'll look out for DMZ but in the meanwhile I would also highly recommend The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion

    It's a bit slow on the first half and you wonder when it's going to get moving but believe when it does it explodes into action.

    Part 2 is already due for release in 2021 and I for one will be hoping it's as good as the first one.

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    Finally found time to see this one, the Oscar winner



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    Quote Originally Posted by Incursore View Post
    Finally found time to see this one, the Oscar winner


    This is such a great movie. Even better if you watch it a second time with this in mind

    https://youtu.be/AvO8-925Edc


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    Yesterday I watched The Trial of the Chicago Seven , newly released on Netflix.
    Excellent movie and a true story to boot about the aftermath of an uprising against the war in Vietnam by students and peaceniks.
    Brilliant portrayals of some of the activists and the law enforcement side. Has to be seen to be believed as to the corruption going on at the time. The court scenes are superb.
    Sacha Baron Cohen , Eddie Redmayne, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mark Rylance and even a small part by Micheal Keaton are really good performances .
    One of the best films Iíve seen in a long time .

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    Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix was very entertaining, worth a watch

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    Knives Out with Daniel Craig, an entertaining romp that kept you guessing, Agatha Christie inspired.

    https://youtu.be/xi-1NchUqMA


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    +1 just watched it and definitely worth the 2hrs it runs for.
    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix was very entertaining, worth a watch
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    The Gentleman has now come onto Prime, I really really enjoyed it, a typical Guy Richie geezer gangster movie in the same vein as Snatch, I thought Colin Farrell was superb.
    Watched it last night- very enjoyable. Thanks.

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    Watched both Just Mercy & Harriet over the weekend, both excellent storylines and true tales

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    1917 last night.
    Very enjoyable.

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    We watched this again last nice and both times I have been surprised by how much I liked it.

    The Greatest Showman


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    Watched Peppermint over the weekend which we thought was good

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6850820/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

    Also watched Kill me 3 times which was good

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2393845/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

    Attemped to watch I am Vengeance, utter crapped, turned it off after 5 minutes

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8972556...=nm_flmg_act_7

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    Free Classic HD movies here I watched

    Capricorn One | Full HD Movies For Free yesterday.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv21G-7dlzc

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix was very entertaining, worth a watch
    Watched it last night - good film. Unbelievable level of political corruption.

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    Watched The Quick and the Dead yesterday.
    Not normally a big Western fan, but was intrigued by the Hackman, Di Caprio and Crowe line up, not to mention Sharon Stone.
    All very young.
    Quirky, but it kept me watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calypso View Post
    Watched The Quick and the Dead yesterday.

    Quirky, but it kept me watching.
    Without Googling, I think that's a Sam Raimi film, which explains the quirkiness!

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    Just watched the new Borat movie. Better than I thought it'd be, quite funny. Outrageous in parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Just watched the new Borat movie. Better than I thought it'd be, quite funny. Outrageous in parts.
    Agreed, I was laughing within minutes. Very funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Just watched the new Borat movie. Better than I thought it'd be, quite funny. Outrageous in parts.
    The fertility dance made me laugh and nearly throw up in equal measures !


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    Quote Originally Posted by zanderpants View Post
    The fertility dance made me laugh and nearly throw up in equal measures !


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    I find Borat so cringe worthy that it is too uncomfortable for me to watch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bwest76 View Post
    Free Classic HD movies here I watched

    Capricorn One | Full HD Movies For Free yesterday.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv21G-7dlzc
    Some real old school classics. I watched Who Dares Wins.

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    Burden. Based on a true story.

    Watched this drama about white trash racist turning his back on the KKK and it was a bit hard to watch in parts but very good.

    Well worth a watch.

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    Already mentioned many times before but I watched 1917 on Prime Video last night.

    I found it quite an experience - visually very different from any film I've seen before and a great story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix was very entertaining, worth a watch
    Just finished this one, really good, also watched the new Borat, so very funny, Giuliani needs locking up.

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    Another thumbs up for Borat 2. The film was IMHO on par with the first. OMG the Blood Moon Dance scene at the debutantes ball!!!

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    Watched Borat 2 and found it not tgat actually funny.
    6/10
    I guess you know what youíre getting sort of but really? Iím no snowflake but itís just verging on offensive fir the shock value ding you think?
    Iím certainly glad and wouldnít have paid at the cinema for it.

    Seems to be quite a lot to look forward to other than that crap though on prime video


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    Can't believe I never watched Still Crazy until today... Beautiful, brilliant, heart-breaking and heart-lifting...

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    Watched the first 2 LOTR movies this weekend. Still amounts the greatest movies ever made!


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    I just watched (that dance) OMFG that's just nasty
    Quote Originally Posted by ryanb741 View Post
    Another thumbs up for Borat 2. The film was IMHO on par with the first. OMG the Blood Moon Dance scene at the debutantes ball!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vagabond View Post
    Already mentioned many times before but I watched 1917 on Prime Video last night.

    I found it quite an experience - visually very different from any film I've seen before and a great story.
    I really cant work out if I enjoyed 1917 or not.
    It was very well filmed, the scenes were great, but it was a bit too 'Saving Private Ryan - rehashed' to properly be its own film.

    Mixed feelings, but a decent watch still. It was just a shame they didn't move further away from the SPR theme.

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    Watched Borat 2 at the weekend and thought it was simply 'OK'. Highlights were babysitter and lovely Jewish lady, but a lot of the jokes landed flat for me personally.

    Also watched Gamechangers at the weekend - now that was much better. Well made, engaging, and eye-opening. Well worth an hour and a half of your time. Although some of the science shared in the film is still debated, there is plenty there to get you thinking. If you enjoyed it, worth also seeking out the podcast James did with Joe Rogan afterward defending the film against scientific criticism (the pod is over 3 hours long!).

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    I watched 'Belle' last night and it's been a long time since I enjoyed a movie so much. Based on a true story set in late 18th century England and starring the gorgeous Gugu Mbatha-Raw and brilliant Tom Wilkinson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweepinghand View Post
    Watched Borat 2 and found it not tgat actually funny.
    6/10
    I guess you know what youíre getting sort of but really? Iím no snowflake but itís just verging on offensive fir the shock value ding you think?
    Iím certainly glad and wouldnít have paid at the cinema for it.
    To be fair that is SBC's modus operandi - As you say, you know what you're going to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane View Post
    I watched 'Belle' last night and it's been a long time since I enjoyed a movie so much. Based on a true story set in late 18th century England and starring the gorgeous Gugu Mbatha-Raw and brilliant Tom Wilkinson.
    Good to hear. We've got it recorded, but haven't watched it yet.

    Her story came up on the recent Enslaved series, but I had heard it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poloman View Post
    Watched Project Power on Netflix last night - an enjoyable brain out, popcorn style film - perfect for a Sunday night (a bit too gory for the wife though - so I had all the popcorn for myself!).
    Chilled out for a couple of hours watching Project Power this aft. It's been on my list for a while but Mrs T never fancied it.
    Really enjoyed it for some switch off entertainment and action

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwest76 View Post
    Free Classic HD movies here I watched

    Capricorn One | Full HD Movies For Free yesterday.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv21G-7dlzc

    Many thanks for that link!
    Havenít seen that film since I was a nipper and often wondered why it never seems to be shown on TV. Some other crackers there too. As with all the streaming services though, finding the time to watch whatís in the watch list seems to elude me.

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    Capernaum - scores 8.4 on IMDB and an incredible movie.

    If anyone is feeling sorry for themselves, this will offer some perspective!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULUo0048xZE

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    Watched The Gentleman on Friday and last night one from a few years ago Zodiac, we thoroughly enjoyed both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigvic View Post
    Watched The Gentleman on Friday and last night one from a few years ago Zodiac, we thoroughly enjoyed both.
    Iím watching Zodiac right now, Iím surprised I missed it first time around, pretty good so far.
    Cheers..
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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Just watched the new Borat movie. Better than I thought it'd be, quite funny. Outrageous in parts.
    I like how he embraced the biggest change in the world between the first film and now. Calculators.

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    No apologies for a Sean Connery love-in over the weekend and 3 great quotes from the movies


    The Untouchables. “They bring a knife, you bring a gun.....”

    Indiana Jones and the last Crusade “It tells me that goose stepping morons.......”

    The Rock “And this is not combat, it’s an act of lunacy......”

    All great movies in their own popcorn-munching entertainment way and all on Sky Cinema!

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    Outland. A bit of, less well known Sean Connery, sci-fi action.

    I also watched Chariots of Fire and Singing in the Rain this week, true classics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrudd View Post
    Outland. A bit of, less well known Sean Connery, sci-fi action.
    One of my all-time favourite films. Gritty, realistic sci-fi. Gratuitous (but highly entertaining) 1980s practical effects notwithstanding. Very underrated, or just not-well-known film. Kinda surprised to find another fan in the wild!

    Should probably watch it again. But the BBC obit mentioned that Sean Connery got his first lead role in a BBC film called Blood Money (co-starring Michael Caine). It actually sounds really good and I want to see it, but I don't know if it's available anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    Iím watching Zodiac right now, Iím surprised I missed it first time around, pretty good so far.
    Zodiac is amazing, interesting how it predated the whole true crime boom of the 2010's.

    I've most recently watched a few horror films, none of them great. Poltergeist is a classic but kind of a mess, Insidious was OK but showed it's minimal budget in parts, and The Autopsy of Jane Doe has interesting ideas for it's horror but doesn't really have enough about it for a whole film, even with a short run-time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robt View Post
    One of my all-time favourite films. Gritty, realistic sci-fi. Gratuitous (but highly entertaining) 1980s practical effects notwithstanding. Very underrated, or just not-well-known film. Kinda surprised to find another fan in the wild!
    A long time ago, my best friend and I decided to rent every sci-fi film from our local video story. The staff got to know us and if something came in they thought we would like, they would keep a copy behind the counter. This was the same time period we watched Aliens around 12 times. We saw a lot of dross, but came across a few gems like Outland. I'd actually forgotten about it until last week.

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