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  1. OnlySon

    OnlySon Well-Known Member

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    #1 OnlySon, Sep 12, 2016
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    Might be a shite idea for a thread but fuck it. Mods feel free to come through the interweb fibres and incapacitate my laptop and slap me about a bit. A cyber doing if you like.

    I watched Young Guns 2 the last night and thought it was rather entertaining. Ancient film but good. Before that the 3 original Bourne films. All ace. (not all the same night)

    Anyone any recommendations old or new?
     
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  2. Victor

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    Australian film called Red Dog. Watched it first on Friday evening whilst the wife was out, then again with her last night as I thought it was that good. Based on a true story with typical Aus humour and a dollop of mandatory sadness.
    Search on YouTube will find it.
     
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  3. OnlySon

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    I'll have a gander as they say.
     
  4. thebiglad

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    The Martian. Excellent film I'd watch again.
     
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  5. Andy_S

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    Jason Bourne. Much the same as previous Bourne films. Keeps me entertained.
    Andy
     
  6. MrOrange

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    Deadly Pursuit. Tom Beringer, Kirkby Alley and Sidney poitier. Class eighties flic, not seen it for years, still decent.
     
  7. Dozers Dad

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    The best film I've seen in ages was Hummingbird staring Jason Statham.

    Also bought the new Mad Max & Terminator DVD's the other day. Not watched Terminator Genisys yet.

    Mad Max Fury Road was good. If your idea of a good film is a manic 2hr chase across the dessert. With some crazy ott vehicles. A shit load of guns & explosions but virtually no plot???.................... I enjoyed it! :rolleyes: :D
     
  8. MrOrange

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    Virtually no plot???? Are you kidding me! Any semblance of a plot was purely accidental o_O
    and a creation of your imagination!!!! :D:D:D
     
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  9. Dozers Dad

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    Yeah ok! :rolleyes:...... Petrolhead/Cordite addict heaven though eh! :D
     
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  10. steve lovatt

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    At the cinema - the latest Jason Bourne film. Back on form after that sh*te effort without Matt Damon.
    On DVD - World War Z - passable zombie film - don't like the fact that they can run! Thought zombies were just meant to stumble about until you chopped their heads off!
     
  11. Havit

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    Funny that i watched PARKER last night with Jason Statham on Netflix Great film
     
  12. Havit

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    I love 2nd World War films, Battle of Britain i must have watch god knows how many times, The longest Day, The great escape, Battle of the Bulge, Bridge too far. I could keep going.
     
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  13. Andy_S

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    Watched sink the Bismarck yesterday on channel 4 and Casablanca earlier in the week. It must be an age thing, I'm now watching black and white films. I do hope I'm still allowed to say black and white without being chastised for not being pc.
    Andy
     
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  14. Havit

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    Love the old black and white films, they dont make you cringe as much when they get shot or stabbed :D
     
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  15. Havit

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    must not forget saving pvt Ryan and Band of brothers
     
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    Love the old black & white WWII films -last one i saw was "Battle of the River Plate"
     
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    Anyone remember the WWII film "Bridge at Remagen" - not black and white I know but I mention it as I passed the old towers of the bridge while in Germany. The real bridge collapsed in 1945 and was never rebuilt.


    . bruecke_heute_cv.jpg
     
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  18. Havit

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    image.jpeg Thats another one to visit
     
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  19. Havit

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    your love this Steve . A black and white Real life footage and interview with the soldiers that were at the bridge, some of the footage is excellent. And the interview with the german officer is good, he gets very excited . Worth watching , A real piece of history

     
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  20. BS1948

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    Watched The Watchmen recently. It was OK and sets you thinking (Would you wipe out a quarter of the human race to stop a war that would wipe out everybody?) but not a 'great' movie.

    Films to watch again (and again, and again) The Usual Suspects, American Beauty and then the usual bike stuff On Any Sunday, Road etc. etc. (Oh, and The Blues Brothers!!) :)
     
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