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Last film you watched.....

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by OnlySon, Sep 12, 2016.

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  1. Adie P

    Adie P Active Member

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    OK, thanks for that. Must have missed the cinema release - though I use our local (Wellington, Somerset) Merlin cinema so we don't get all of the 'mainstream' releases.

    As an aside, the cinema is one of those REALLY old-fashioned places with some art deco features .... not least a BALCONY seating area that feels like it's a million miles from the actual screen .... but it has a digital projection and sound system that is pretty good so it's definitely good enough for me. And it's SO much cheaper than the multiplex Vue and Odeon cinemas. :)
     
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  2. Dougie D

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    Totally agree, i thought the casting for all the band members was great they picked up all their mannerisms brilliantly ,there was a lot of familiar faces,don't know their names though, the guy that played Brian May was seemingly in midsummer night murders,and the guy who played Roger Taylor played Peter Beale in Eastenders,and the guy that played John Deacon was the little boy in Jurasic Park, also one of the main characters in Game of Thrones played Queens manager..didn't recognise Mike Myers under his disguise though
     
  3. BS1948

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    #483 BS1948, Nov 8, 2018
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    I just love those old cinemas. The one in Worthing is The Dome. Not long ago it was 'done up' but luckily they kept it all the same. Screen like a large TV set but it's great atmosphere! :cool:

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    I also just like the small cinemas anywhere and try to take pictures of the ones in the States. The big ones are SO ugly!

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    Absolutely loved this place!

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    Don't know why this appears twice but it won't delete under edit??????????

    Admin - MrOrange - it's a quirk of the forum, once a picture posted, can't delete it, you have to delete whole post !
     
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  4. Dozers Dad

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    A Million Ways To Die In The West

    Just watched it. Very funny throughout :joy:
     
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  5. David Cooper

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  6. stollydriver

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    12 Strong - based on true events post 9/11. Super film showing real heroism.
     
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  7. Fourbears

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    Darkest Hour. Proper British fighting spirit!
     
  8. chiari1

    chiari1 Senior Member

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    yes , Darkest hour , just seen it , superb , where is that fighting spirit now dealing with the bollox that is brexit
     
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  9. Dave C

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    Just back from seeing Bohemian rhapsody, bloody incredible film, I don't even think you'd need to be a Queen fan to enjoy it.
     
  10. Sprinter

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    #490 Sprinter, Nov 11, 2018
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    Not a film. I bing watched Stewart Lee on Netflix
    From Lee and Herring if you remember that, hes all grown up now though really fantastic stand up comedienne subtle, precise. lets you go get the joke.
    Ive just started Breaking Bad this morning. I like Malcolm's dad.
     
  11. thebiglad

    thebiglad Old fart, still riding !

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    Went to see Bohemian Rhapsody on thurs night - absolutely brilliant film. Really well made, excellent music and a great story.
     
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  12. MrOrange

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    Jeff Bridges at his best, since The Big Lebowski. This is a stupid film, with comic book violence, just my cup of tea. No great message, just silliness.
     
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  13. dilligaf

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    Watched the equaliser last night :)
    Enjoyed it :cool:
     
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  14. Dozers Dad

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    London Has Fallen

    Cordite/Petrolhead heaven. There were even a load of Triumphs in it. Trouble is, they were all being ridden by the bad guys! :confused:
     
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  15. Retired Phil

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    Girl in the Spider Web. Just as good as the first 2.
     
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  16. Dougie D

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    #496 Dougie D, Nov 17, 2018 at 10:37 AM
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    "My name is Lenny"
    Low budget brit film about Lenny Maclean once known as the hardest man in britain,it was mainly focused on his fights with Roy Shaw,i read both their autobiographies years ago both guys were hard as nails,
    Lenny played Barry The Baptist in the 1998 British gangster comedy film Lock stock and two smoking barrels, he died not long after filming it
     
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