At the movies


#7406

Same here. I watched it with my superhero obsessed 8 yo son.

Even he thought it was ■■■■.


#7407

Day off and a beautiful one at that. So why not waste it inside with a movie.

The departed is awesome. Every one swears and kills. It’s going to age well.


#7408

You misspelled Deadwood, ■■■■ sucker.


#7409

That’s the computer genius/evil computer one right?


#7410

Deadwood is high up on my list of all-time, as is The Wire and a few others. But for me, the one that had me transfixed the most, was the last BattleStar Galactica.


#7411

bohemian rhapsody

Favourite movie for the year absolutely loved it go see it.


#7412

So great, sick of hearing people go on about how its not the real story…Its not a doco…its a ■■■■■■ celebration!


#7413

If you don’t have goosebumps during the Live Aid concert, you’re dead inside…even if some of the timelines don’t match up.


#7414

#7415

Yeah, whatever! news.com.au.


#7416

I enjoyed it for what it was, highly entertaining.

Only posted if people want some time lines and a bit of info.


#7417

Yeah.

I don’t think Richard Pryor had a script. They just fed him some blow and filmed what happened next.


#7418

Agree if there are people who want to know about Freddie’s party life and struggles with aids there is a documentary on you tube called “The Freddie Mercury Story Who wants to live for ever”


#7419

I liked the film a lot more at the time than I did the next day.
The whole thing is a fantasy.


#7420

Were you caught in a landslide?


#7421

No escaping reality, man.


#7422

Nothing compared to The Rose.

Found it quite tame.


#7423


#7424

In the movie was:

  • Rami Malek
  • Lots of Queen music

How anyone could conclude it’s a bad movie given it had those two things is beyond me


#7425

It’s very enjoyable.
And quite silly.
Which is great in a Python movie, it’s a bit weird in a biopic.