At the movies


#7466

More cheese than a dodgey fondue party


#7467

Tin Cup was good. I love that ending.


#7468

Second a star is born. Just plays out, 2 1/2 hours over before you blink. I wouldn’t wish that sort of fame on my worst enemy.


#7469

Draft Day was very entertaining, I love watching the behind the scenes stuff in sports.The pressure those guys are under, especially over there would be massive

Waterworks is ok, not nearly as bad as everyone makes out. Great concept just not fully capatilized on

Robin Hood was ok

Untouchables is great

Bodyguard is good

Hidden figures was very good

Field of dreams sucked

Open range is underrated


#7470

Field of dreams is a classic


#7471

Widows

Bit all over the shop, steve McQueen really pushes some social issues, the plot and twists kind of make sense, some unnecessary character development and the film goes for a solid 15 minutes too long

Mixed bag, but I thought it could of been a kick ■■■ and take names with a lead female cast film.


#7472

Side note remember when 1.40 hour film was long?

Now the standard is around 2hrs plus

Seriously if you can’t tell the plot in an hour and a half you are doing something wrong


#7473

Finally an action action action movie.
Hooray!


#7474

Yeah, nah. Lisbeth is now able to hack basically anything in the world with just her phone, and the only thing she needs now to complete her outfit is a cape. The original Swedish movies had some grit and intelligence, this has been dumbed way, way down, to appeal to the lowest common denominators.


#7475

It depends. For some things one hour and half is too long. For others two hours isn’t nearly enough

I don’t see why there needs to be some standard length of time for a movie, let it be however long it needs to be. Imagine trying to condense The Godfather II down to an hour and a half.


#7476

Is the movie Alpha was any good?


#7477

Awww booo!


#7478

4 Danihers kicked


#7479

My wife went and watched A Star Is Born last week. She called me afterwards and could barely get a word out she was sobbing that much. Now she wants to take me but no way am I going to watch that in public. I’m a big softy so I’ll save it for home.


#7480

You’ll love it


#7481

Because you’re worried about what a bunch of strangers in a darkened room who are themselves focussed on the very thing that’s making you cry, will think of you? Go, cry, no-one gives a ■■■■


#7482

Crying man @ a cinema near you.
When’s the previews?


#7483

It’s not just a tear or 2 though. It’s the full blown sobbing. It all started with Mr. Percival many years ago. I blame that damn pelican. :laughing:


#7484

Ha same that pelican and the below horse

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#7485

Thanks for reviving my childhood trauma