Last film you watched.....

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  1. David Cooper

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    In the Land of Saints and Sinners.
    The best film Liam Neeson has done in a long while
     
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  2. Oldskool

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  3. andypandy

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    I think film critics should be totally ignored. I remember years ago there was a film called Brokeback Mountain which the film critics raved about and it got great publicity. I have never met anyone who has seen the film.
     
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  4. Tim Gibbs

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    I saw Killers of the Flower Moon yesterday afternoon, the first bit puzzled me, but once I understood what was happening I enjoyed it.
    The Indian heroine Molly was played by Lily Gladstone who is distantly related to Prime Minister Gladstone.
    However, I was on the end of a row in a nearly empty theatre.
     
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  5. Pegscraper

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    Watched an old favourite of mine (again), Twelve Angry Men (the original 1957 Sidney Lumet version). Proof that you don't need fancy locations, expensive film sets or CGI to make an iconic film, just powerful performances from great actors.:)
     
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    “The Motorcycle Diaries.”

    Great road movie about a young Che Guevara. If you’ve not seen it, it’s well worth tracking it down.,
     
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    #1588 Pegscraper, Dec 8, 2023
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    Currently watching "Lucky", the serialised story of Bernie Ecclestone, from his humble racing beginnings to F1 supremo in an era which is a far cry from the jazzed up debacle which is F1 today. Some fascinating racing footage and interviews with past greats of the sport and the sad tragic end that met many of them at a time when fatalities were almost an accepted part of racing, plus an insight into the battles between FISA and FOCA. Modern F1 doesn't really interest me but this is a great watch for classic racing fans.
     
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  9. Boothman

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    Don’t have Apple TV sadly :pensive:
     
  10. Pegscraper

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    It's on Quest which I'm watching on the Sky box but I think the channel is also on freeview.
     
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    "Locke", a psychological drama with only one actor, Tom Hardy with the voices of others during telephone conversations and set entirely in a car during a journey home or ?. No big budget/exotic locations here but a great watch nonetheless. :grinning:
     
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  13. MoreT

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    Crazy on the Outside. A harmless but entertaining little flick from Buzz Lightyear 2010. It popped up and I gave it a watch. Better than most of the crud that's being released these days.
     
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    Watched this the other day. Enjoyed it.
     
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  15. MoreT

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    Shin GODZILLA
     
  16. David Cooper

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    Update
    After enjoying the first two episodes, it went so far downhill I gave up after episode four.
     
  17. andypandy

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    I've watched the whole series and I enjoyed it.
     
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  18. Sandi T

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    We've gotten on a "Let's watch all the Quentin Tarantino movies again" kick. It started off with Pulp Fiction on New Year's Eve and then Inglourious Basterds. Next up is probably The Hateful 8. Any of you Tarantino fans have a fave??
     
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    @Sandi T: For me the film "Inglourious Basterds" is one of his best films.;)
     
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