At the movies


#7326

Royale


#7327

It was great. BacchusFox probably shed a tear when Uncle Joe kicked off. And his other mate, Beria.


#7328

So you didn’t like royal AND iron man 3…WHO HURT YOU?


#7329

Makers of ■■■■ movies.


#7330

I saw “first man”.

About an hour too long. Don’t bother.


#7331

There are tips to making a nice sandwich in a differing thread.


#7332

I enjoyed it. A bit slow perhaps and a bit more of a personal drama piece than epic Hollywood spectacle.

Foy is awesome


#7333

Oh some good acting for sure. Marathon film though.


#7334

Only just realised Foy is the new Lisbeth Salamander


#7335

just because its girl with dragon tattoo doesn’t the character is reptilian ivan


#7336

Ha ha, I honestly thought that was the character’s name. In hindsight it is a silly name.


#7337

Just getting around to watching wonder woman, its pretty good.


#7338

Watched the original planet of the apes last night with Charlton Heston, heard a bit about it but never seen it. Pretty good film. A lot of it still stands up


#7339


#7340

Lol, that was such a weird scene


#7341

I don’t think a lot of people realise how much of a phenomenon Planet of the Apes was back in the seventies.


#7342

Watched The Shining (1980)

Films were just made better back then, eh?

Seriously wow, those long camera shots, the director actually gets you thinking and lets you come to your own conclusion

Films these days are just produced on mass, this felt polished and thought out


#7343

Watched 2001 space odyssey last night for the first time. Apart from the 30odd min with hal it was a steaming turd of a film.


#7344

Finally…I agree with you. Indescribably boring.


#7345

Watched Head On (1998) yesterday, was fairly intense. The performances all round were very good.

(also can’t believe it took so many years for me to watch it.)

@efc1robbo agree re 2001 Space Odyssey, although I did enjoy some of the music in parts.