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MuffinMan

Rate your last watched Movie

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Zulu (1964) Watched it again last night and despite its brutality, it's still an amazing experience both visually and auditory. 

 

 

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Not a reboot, it's a 're imagining' apparently :rolleyes:

 

No Kevin.

 

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On 12/11/2021 at 0:28 AM, Clumsy said:

Not a reboot, it's a 're imagining' apparently :rolleyes:

 

It's getting destroyed in the reviews. lol  

 

 

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Feel a bit sorry for the young lad in it, it's getting a proper drubbing, rightly so though.

 

Mrs gets to watch E.T tonight to make up for it.

 

Red Notice is a miss as well, not as bad.

 

Thought 7 Prisoners was grim but quite good, South American modern slavery.

 

:oldtoker:

 

 

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Under The Tree. 8/10. Not something I could watch again and again as a lot of its quality is in the suspense of what will happen next, but a frightful story of where a petty feud can lead.

 

I also rewatched On The Waterfront recently and that always amazes, a solid 10/10.

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free willy it was last xmas  i was glued to the screen. :beer:

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ooops 10 / 10  :bangin:

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Silent Night (2020)

low budget Brit gangster flick, made me laugh lol

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Well I've seen No Time to Die now and I actually enjoyed it

 

I see where the confusion was with the woman been the new 007

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Re-watched Heat (1995) last night 10/10

 

and last week a Re-watch of Tinker, Tailor the series followed by the newer film adaptation. 10/10 on the series even if it drags a little in the middle, Film 7/10 because I cannot stand Benjamin Cumupyerback, Gary Oldman nails it well though.

 

Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo tonight.

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I Love the Alec Guinness version, but I hate the Gary Oldman version.

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Watched Laughtons Night of the hunter & Hitchcock's Rear window last night. Both films I first seen as a wee lad as the bbc played them during the day on bbc2 I think as afternoon films, Both watched for the first time with my grandmother so big nostalgia hit for me.

 

Night of the hunter 10/10

Rear Window 10/10 

 

Might do Hitchcock's Rope or Vertigo tonight but may go for Das Boot instead.

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T2 Trainspotting.  very good. 

 

Easier watch overall than the original, which I found difficult to watch.

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The man who would be king, not bad at all.

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1 hour ago, Jon Smith said:

The man who would be king, not bad at all.

 

 

One of my favourite films, John Huston, Sean Connery and Michael Caine all at the top of their game (and having enormous fun) :)

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