At the movies


#6083

Like Will Ferrell in Stranger Than Fiction. He doesn’t know he is a character in a novel at first, but gradually comes to realize.


#6084

Really enjoyed that. Dustin Hoffman played a good part in it as well.


#6085

Cannot wait.


#6086

Fuuuck just gonna watch sicario tonight.


#6087

I watched American History X today, Ed Norton was great as always, so was the young guy who played his brother.


#6088

Edward Furlong (Terminator 2)
Really promising young actor who was derailed by alcohol and drug addiction.
Think he may have served some jail time also.


#6089

Watched Bright on Netflix last night. Absolute rubbish. I love a ■■■■ movie, but this had no redeeming qualities at all. ‘From the makers of Suicide Squad’ should have been warning enough. ■■■■■■■ hell.


#6090

Lol I’m half way through it atm


#6091

Getting absolutely shitcanned in the press.
‘With all the production values of a Charmed episode…’, I thought was particularly harsh.


#6092

When the script for Bright sold for $3m, it was a big deal.

Interesting to hear that the end product isn’t good.

Wonder whether that is the fault of the script, or what they did with it (considering the above comments regarding low production values).


#6093

Finally got around to watching Dunkirk and I must say I was underwhelmed.

Nolan makes beautiful movies with great action and sound production.

He’s succeeded again here but the film lacks emotion and doesn’t truly express the scale of the battle.

Nolan has drunk his own bath water on this one I feel.


#6094

Bright sounds like the worst possible movie I’ve heard I reckon. An Orc police officer in modern day world with elves, goblins etc? Da Fuq…


#6095

IMG_2191


#6096

I followed it with a atomic blonde


#6097

#6098

looks good! whens it coming out?


#6099

I swear it’s a form of hypnosis


#6100

I would watch the hell out of that movie.


#6101

wanted her head caved in by the end of the movie.


#6102

Nothing redeeming about Dolores Umbridge.