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  • wonderlust
    started a topic What are you watching?

    What are you watching?

    Or 48 hours for the first day

    Watched "Moon" last night, not a bad film but nothing special 5/10

    watched "Zombieland" after fairly funny 6.5/10

    currently watching "Surveilance (2006) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0473398/

  • niceguyrichy
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    been saving Luther, but went back to season 3 to get fully into it before I watched the latest.
    and discovered something
    i used to have a real bad habit. when I knew (or thought I knew) a show was finished for good, Iíd not watch the last episode (or 2 if it was one with double figures per season) to prolong the joy, and watch them as later as I could stand.
    anywho, Iíve never watched the final ep of Luther season 3 or rather I have now
    Luther was rumoured to be finished on season 3 on account of how Elbaís career had taken off. tv wasnít quite such a big deal 5 years ago as itís become subsequently, times change fast.

    so tl:dr Iím watching Luther. and Sherlock on account I did ^ that with Sherlock too

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  • Aaron
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    We've just finished S3 of Man In The High Castle. Just starting Jack Ryan

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  • nft99
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    S3 of man in the high castle is my next watch, did enjoy Jack Ryan season 2 later this year
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  • Aaron
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    We just finished S3 of Man In The High Castle. Pretty good I think!

    We've also just started the first season of Jack Ryan, but I have suspicion that it will be one I watch by myself.. And I've also started to watch the first season of Star Trek Enterprise. I started it about 16 years ago, and never finished it.

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  • nickc
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    Watched Gone Girl last night. It was good, but the ending was a little frustrating.

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  • I3R0K3N7FEET
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    Watched Blade Runner 2049 last night and what can I say....
    I don't wanna spoil anything, but this movie wow. 10/10

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  • nickc
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    Anyone here watched Legion Season 1? If you like a more twisted version of X-Men, watch it! So good.

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  • {SAS}TB
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    Just started Series 1/Episode 1



    So far, so good !

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  • BUDFORCE
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    Watched a few more:

    The Green Inferno:

    Kinda crap tbh, ultra gory in parts. Somewhat entertaining.

    Anthropoid:

    Pretty decent film set in world war 2, great acting based on a true story. Worth a go.

    Bokeh:

    Probably one of the worst films I've ever seen. Terrible.

    The wannabe:

    It's ok...

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  • BUDFORCE
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    Just watched a film called These Final Hours.

    Was really sad and depressing, but at the same time I enjoyed it. Worth a go.

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  • I3R0K3N7FEET
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    King Arthur: LotS - Disappointed, sick of movies being let down to accommodate a 12A rating may as well be titled 'Legend of the Baseball Bat'. Enjoyable overall however. 6.5/10
    Wonder Woman:
    Perfect hair always... Gal Gadot is perfect in this role, but didn't really stand out as much as she should have due to writing, Chris Pine carried most of the movie. 8/10
    Lego Batman:
    Uninspiring kids movie, not quite as original as the Lego movie, fun anywaY. 6/10
    The Messenger: Joan of Arc:
    Watched again recently. Not the best Biopic around, but had a strangly good cinematic appeal to it. The action scenes are very lack lustre, but it is a fantastic performance from Milla Jovovich and Dustin Hoffman. Great story and worth watching. 6/10
    Die Hard with a Vengeance:
    Classic action/christmas movie, great performance from Bruce Willis/Sam Jackson, 7/10
    Unbreakable: Another Bruce Willis/Sam Jackson movie, one of my favourites, Though David Dunn is fairly boring, I went back to it after watching split, new revelations to be seen. 8.5/10
    Split:
    I watched this before I realised it was a pre-sequel to Unbreakable 2 (Glass), < while that is kinda a spoiler in itself, it explains why you see Bruce Willis at the end. Starts off slow, but amazing acting and a truly terrifying and suspenseful experience. 7.5/10

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  • cold fusion
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    For some reason I've been watching a lot of movies lately:

    Star Wars: Rogue One

    I'm not a fan of the Star Wars franchise but this actually felt like some real thought went into it. In my personal opinion it's one of the strongest movies in the series, however let down slightly because it only really works in the context of the series.

    My verdict: 7/10 - Despite its plots dependance on the saga, it is still the strongest Star Wars movie in 30+ years.

    Star Trek: Beyond

    I'd heard bad things about this movie, hated all of the other reboots and wasn't a huge fan of the director either, so it was inevitable I was going to hate this film. Yet it surprised me, it felt like an episode of the orginal series. Unlike the other reboots it wasn't all about Kirk, the senior crew really did respect and admire each other. The relationships between Spock, Kirk and Bones felt authentic and plot felt more realistic than the farce that JJ Abrams wrote. However it suffered greatly from over-use of "spinny camera" effects (constant 360 degree camera sweaps in space where there is no fixed point of reference is a fast way to make your audience feel sick) and the whole "loud music blows up enemies" was just lazy and retarded. That all said, for all it's flaws, it was still enjoyable.

    My verdict: 6.5/10 - has it's flaws but more authentic and -for me at least- has more replayability

    Doctor Strange

    It's a Marvel movie. Cumberbatch plays his role brilliantly and while I would rank this as an above average super hero film, it's still your typical Marvel affair.

    My verdict: 7/10 - Good fun for the fans but best avoided if you don't like Marvel

    Fiddler On The Roof

    After all that Sci-Fi I needed a change. For those who don't know the story, Fiddler on the Roof is based on a play and a novel about a Jewish community in western Russia coping with change while holding on tightly to tradition. It's a charming musical with some a lot of laugh out loud moments but at 3 hours long it's not for the casual viewer - particularly with the direction the last hour takes.

    My verdict: 8/10 - Quite unlike anything else I've watched

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    The cinematography is spot on, however the story is dull compared to Harry Potter and weirdly it felt rushed in places despite the movie feeling slow to progress.

    My verdict: 6/10 - Easily the weakest in the franchise

    They Live

    1980's B-movie fun by John Williams. Everything that's bad about this movie is what makes it so epic. Stupid fun one liners like "I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick ***... and I'm all out of bubblegum.", silly fight scenes and the cheap budget is what makes this so enjoyable. Yet despite it's cheese, it does carry an interesting politic message that is every bit as relevant today as it was back then.

    My verdict: 8/10 - It's daft but it is so much fun

    Heavy Metal

    WTF??? This is the weirdest movie ever. A cartoon that's far too adult for general company but far too stupid for grown ups to watch. Yet I'm weirdly engrossed. I don't know if it's because of the heavy metal sound track, or if it was just because my hangover left me in a brain damaged and highly influenceable state.

    My verdict: I'm still processing this one....

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  • BUDFORCE
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    I watched a movie called Captain Phillips last night.

    Was a bit dissapointing. Started well, then became predictable and American. 5/10.

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  • Smellyferret
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    Originally posted by Black Knight View Post
    Well I would recommend Legion and Into the Badlands. These are the only couple of things on TV currently worth a watch IMO. Film wise, I Daniel Blake is superb.

    The Walking Dead just gets worse and worse each week. I am close to giving up on it completely. If they string Negan out for another season then I doubt I will be watching it again.
    On series 2 of into the badlands, its like some sort of Mad-max / Game of thrones / shogun assassin mash-up. Really enjoying it!

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