At the movies


#8830

No worries. I enjoyed his films.


#8831

oh baby jakey G.


#8832

oh boy, here we go again.


#8833

John Wick 3 is awesome.


#8834

Not sure if anyone’s posted this. But it looks sensational. Some of the best music ever written, plus a great concept, plus Danny Boyle, plus Kate farking McKinnon! How could this be bad?!


#8835

Hmmmm. Threw up my weetbix halfway through that one. Plus any trailer that has that muppet’s close up as a promo frame should be a warning. Don’t mind a smallish Brit comedy trying to punch big but this looks like a very ‘organised’ affair. Yuk.


#8836

Actually, we’re you being facetious?


#8837

Nope! I reckon it looks awesome (yes I didn’t like the Ed Sheeran pic either)


#8838

I will withhold judgement and cereal until further appraisal can be made


#8839

Just watched the Korean film “Burning”.

It’s an interesting one…it makes you doubt who the characters really are, and then slowly reveals hints at the truth…by the end I had my own version of an explanation, but still with a feeling of uncertainty…which I think is deliberate…I had to go online to read others’ interpretations.

I think it’s worthwhile seeing.


#8840

I have some interest in seeing Brightburn.
I don’t know if it’s enough to go to the cinema.
It 2 will be a first few days of release thing for me and LMW.


#8841

For those interested in the crime genre, I watched Juzo Itami’s excellent Yakuza film, ミンボーの女 Minbō no Onna last evening. It was so accurate that the real Yakuza attacked Itami with knives in the street less than a week after its release in ‘92. Jake Adelstein, a crime reporter in Japan, claims that the Yaks ended up murdering Itami - who they felt had embarrassed them.

Edit: You can find the movie on YouTube with English subtitles.


#8842

Chang-dong Lee is a master of cinema.

Secret Sunshine and Oasis are others of his well worth watching.


#8843

What was that Korean movie where the mutated monster jumps from the river and kidnaps that blokes little girl

That was ace