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    Odd Thomas - Enjoyed the books then realised there was a film. Watched the film then realised why there were nine books but only one film. Absolutely horrific.

    Even if you’ve never even heard of the books, this film is unwatchable and unmitigated drivel.

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    Anyone mentioned Moonfall yet ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLion View Post
    Power of the Dog
    Spent most of the movie waiting for something to happen... And when it did...°sigh°

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    pleased you said that. Think i might be a bit of a philistine - everything that gets rave reviews i seem to find shite

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    Avoid The King’s Man. I enjoyed The Kingsman provided you don’t take it too seriously, but this was total crap


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    Catwoman came-up on the telly last night as I was sat farting and picking my nose - the 2004 Halle Berry effort. Now, though I like escapist, brain-out action movies, I'd never seen it thanks to its shocking reputation, so I strapped-in for some misery.

    I have to say, in its defence, that it doesn't deserve its reputation.

    It's way the f*** worse than that.

    First, it looks like it was made in about 1989 - it was directed by a former SFX man, but those it uses would embarrass 1950s Ray Harryhausen on a bad day working with a budget of three.

    It's all downhill from there. The acting is am-dram tier, the choreography evidently directed by someone who confused cats with ducks, the plot - well, superhero movies don't have those, and yet this one somehow went into the minus figures... Every inconsistent little detail, every trite, predictable word of dialogue, every lumpen moment of 'action', it's all so - capital-R - Rong.

    I don't much like Halle Berry - in her younger years she always acted self-consciously, like a former pop-princess who's hit her use-by date and is trying to transition to acting. Well she's never looked more self-conscious than in this woeful clunkfest; shame oozes from every flawless pore... Sharon Stone phones-in a plastic villain who is neither scary nor sexy, but has bullied minions into humouring her 'tude. Everyone else is a charisma-vacuum whose career died the day the film was premiered.

    It is often very, very funny - it never means to be, but it is - and even funnier if you do what my Mrs did and interpolate actual cat behaviour: "Imagine if she lifted her leg and licked her arsehole there..." (post-coital scene), "I thought she was going to sick-up a furball then!" (miraculous rebirth), "...now if she just pushed an expensive vase off a shelf...!" (villainess's lair), etc.

    All that and it cost £100m to make!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Anyone mentioned Moonfall yet ?



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    Yes average at best 5/10


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    Joe Bell. Virtue signalling crap that made no sense.

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    The Day The Earth Stood Still, 2009 I think, Kanu Reeves. Bloody rubbish. Waste of film, electricity, time and effort pressing the play button. Go and watch some paint dry instead.

    Original was excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBB21 View Post
    The Day The Earth Stood Still, 2009 I think, Kanu Reeves. Bloody rubbish. Waste of film, electricity, time and effort pressing the play button. Go and watch some paint dry instead.

    Original was excellent.
    Remakes in general are just lazy film making.

    They are never as good as the originals anyway.
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    The Toll, the Mrs was expecting something Twin Towns like sadly the similarities ended with being set in Wales.

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    Saw Operation Mincemeat last night. Fundamental facts ok but totally lost in love story, mashed up history and made up crap.
    Very disappointing.

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    The new Candyman film. Quite liked the first one, so was disappointed with the pseudo woke social commentary and the fact that I have seen scarier gloves

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    Quote Originally Posted by brigant View Post
    Saw Operation Mincemeat last night. Fundamental facts ok but totally lost in love story, mashed up history and made up crap.
    Very disappointing.
    I was looking forward to that film. Feel like I know how it will go now. Again, original was really good.

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    Anti-life or some such nonsense on Netflix.

    Genuinely a truly horrendous way for Bruce Willis to end his acting credits on.

    Some of the special effects look like they are straight out of a late 90s made for tv movie real real dog poop

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    The power of the Dog.

    Sorry, but it is a load of tosh.

    Well acted, great camera work and all that - but what a pile of rubbish.
    So much less than the sum of its parts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by notenoughwrists View Post
    The power of the Dog.

    Sorry, but it is a load of tosh.

    Well acted, great camera work and all that - but what a pile of rubbish.
    So much less than the sum of its parts.


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    Tried to watch it twice now and gave up both times, likewise the new Venom film with TomHardy, I gave that half an hour before switching over, utter tripe.
    Cheers..
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    Bigfoot, UFOs and Jesus on Prime. I got to 23:15 before suicidal thoughts started to overcome me.

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    Black Crap

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    I was right the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brigant View Post
    Saw Operation Mincemeat last night. Fundamental facts ok but totally lost in love story, mashed up history and made up crap.
    Very disappointing.
    I saw that too..shyte!

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    I think we are alone now.....Bloody awful, albeit the Rush sound track!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    Joe Bell. Virtue signalling crap that made no sense.
    A true story apparently.

    I watched it last weekend (my wifes choice) and I did not really understand what the point of it was, or why anyone thought it would make a good film.

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