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Just rewatched Who Killed Captain Alex. Not sure how many of you have seen it or indeed heard of it but I consider it my civic duty to provide a link to this masterpiece. In terms of so-bad-it's-good cinema I'd put it right up there with The Room.

 

 

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On 25/03/2019 at 15:58, Anorthernsoul said:

"Dragged Across The Concrete" with Mel Gibson, brutal but surprisingly a decent watch.

Don’t be a Mel Gibson 

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Just coincidental but I've watched two films in a few days that are about the US cloning it's people, firstly it was "Moon" with Sam Rockwell which somehow passed me by when it was released. It is a decent performance by Rockwell and kept me interested until the end but these sort of films never quite blow you away as there's only so far they can take the story really. The second one was "Us" which is currently at the cinema, it is pretty brutal to be fair and I thought it was well written, there's a possibility of a sequel with that final scene aswell.

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Moon was directed by Zowie Bowie iirc. Saw half of it on a plane which was good, but never got round to watching the whole thing. 

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3 hours ago, Renton said:

Moon was directed by Zowie Bowie iirc. Saw half of it on a plane which was good, but never got round to watching the whole thing. 

It was. But for some reason he’s changed his name. I liked it as it had an Old Skool sci-fi feel to it. Probably because they couldn’t afford much else after spunking most of the budget on getting Kevin Spacey to play a vending machine

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Redeeming itself :lol:

 

The last two have been two of the highest grossing films of all time, The force awakens is still in the top 10 even when adjusting for inflation, the don't give a fuck about the screeching nerds of the internet, absolutely fuck tons of people have been to see them and bought the merch.

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1 minute ago, Andrew said:

Redeeming itself :lol:

 

The last two have been two of the highest grossing films of all time, The force awakens is still in the top 10 even when adjusting for inflation, the don't give a fuck about the screeching nerds of the internet, absolutely fuck tons of people have been to see them and bought the merch.

 

Ok.

 

Redeeming themselves in my opinion. Tbh I felt that was implied :cuppa:

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Yeh it was utterly gash like :lol: 

There was a couple of bits that made me laugh loud. Flying space Leia was utterly hilarious.

Also that purple haired bint who decided that the actual Star Wars plan in a Star Wars film was too male. A boring 10 minute feminist subsection, it’s like they had 15 different script writers.

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On 15/04/2019 at 08:39, Renton said:

It was better than the solo movie. That really scraped the barrel of faeces. 

I think I'm in a real minority who really liked Solo.  I just thought it was a really fun film.

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1 hour ago, David Kelly said:

I think I'm in a real minority who really liked Solo.  I just thought it was a really fun film.

Me too. 

It was quite the romp :D

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6 hours ago, David Kelly said:

Aye the Last Jedi had the shadow of the prequels all over it.

the jedi (force sensitive) kids and that whole sequence was far too similar to the kid anakin/jarjar plot elements. needlessly cute.

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Endgame

 

This one was actually alright since it had an air of finality and I’m sure, for people more invested than I, a lot of the big character moments were really cathartic. Unfortunately, it’s about 45 minutes too long and every scene is 60% comic relief. I hope the new batch of Marvel heroes come with new screenwriters.

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Spoiler

 

Watched Avengers Endgame. Everybody in the place Cum in their pants when Captain America picks up and uses Thors hammer. Also seeing professor Hulk was funny.

I have to admit that I felt quite sad for Thanos. He had the soloution to a over population  problem he saw on his own planet and around the universe.  It might of been a drastic plan. But it had the smell of George Soros all over it. Thanos spends years collecting all of the infinity stones, Completes the job. He could of had the power to do whatever else he wanted. Instead he chose to destroy all of the stones, 

The infinity gauntlet had the power to even show up as the bad guy in the D.C universe. 

Amazing that Stan Lee lived just log enough for his cameo in Endgame.

Forgot I watched Kevin Hart's new stand up show in London, Thought it was funny. 

Anyone else exited John Wick 3 comes out next month?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do not read this post it contains spoilers of the movie.

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Spoilered, for Fish’s sanity.

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@Monkeys Fist You're a good man.

 

What bellend would put spoilers out?

 

Oh ay, Ant would. Gemmil's still not forgiven him for ruining the Shield. :lol:

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