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DS Forum Support 03-12-2012 11:52

Last Movie You Watched? (Part 6)
 
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Originally Posted by wildhollie (Post 62740489)
The Warrior (Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte) - watched this last night, very good film.... 9/10

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Dandem 03-12-2012 12:39

Up In The Air - 8/10

This was actually thoroughly enjoyable. Clooney was brilliant.

PES 2009 03-12-2012 13:21

Kingdom of Heaven - 7/10

bordersboy 03-12-2012 15:01

How To Train Your Dragon

Watched it with my nephew yesterday and was enjoyed by both of us. Solid 7/10 from me.

andrewhh 03-12-2012 15:50

The Mechanic -Jason Statham

6/10

pjayem1964 03-12-2012 18:15

Gambit 7/10
The Master 8.5/10
Silver Linings Playbook 9/10 (for free using Odeon points)
All at the pictures

Ted (Legal download) 8/10

sweh 03-12-2012 18:16

Rise of the Guardians - 9/10
I absolutely loved it! I found it to be very funny and the diegesis was well constructed.

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn 2 - 4/10
I'm being so generous. I'm not a Twilight fan, but I tried to be objective. Complete bunkum.

Sweet FA 03-12-2012 18:28

The Big Picture - 6.5/10

CLL Dodge 03-12-2012 22:15

Elizabeth [1998]. Director: Shekhar Kapur

6/10

I found this a bit of mess. Fussy direction full of daft camera angles, comic casting (Kathy Burke as Queen Mary, Angus Deayton as some court official, Eric Cantona as the French ambassador, Wayne Sleep as - what else - a dance tutor), a fanciful screenplay and Elgar's Nimrod bizarrely blaring out over the climax. The Aussies (Blanchett and Rush) won the Baftas but Christopher Eccleston stood out for me as the main baddie. He's briefly re-united with his Our Friends from the North co-star Daniel Craig who plays an emissary from the Pope with a licence to kill.

bazzaroo 03-12-2012 22:41

Dead Season 7/10

Better than i was expecting, rather like 'Walking Dead The Movie'.

Inky Binky 03-12-2012 23:18

Glove

It's a South Korean film about a disgraced major league baseball player who is forced to coach a group of hearing-impaired kids at a school for the deaf. Nice film but a little long (it's over 2 hours). And some things in the plot are left unresolved.

KathyFan12 03-12-2012 23:28

A Christmas Carol (2009)

10/10

fmradiotuner1 04-12-2012 00:06

The World Is Not Enough actually I would say its the worst bond so far and was a bit boring best thing being the cast.
I give it 5 out of 10.

technocrews 04-12-2012 09:57

Gambit 7/10

YoungAtHeart 04-12-2012 11:22

Clockwork Orange - 7/10 It's interesting but a a bit disturbing in places. I wouldn't want to watch it again.

fluffymingo 04-12-2012 12:29

Snow White and the Huntsman 5/10

bingbong 04-12-2012 13:36

Looper - After seeing some positive reviews of this i ignored my instincts and gave it a go. I cant actually mark it out of 10 as it had no entertainment value at all for me, full of meaningfull pauses in dialogue attempting to convey "intelligence" - is it a fanboy homage to Inception ???
Give it a miss and rewatch Inception instead.

emmageering 04-12-2012 15:05

How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) - 7/10

chimpsy23 04-12-2012 16:00

2012(2009) 7/10
Day of the dead(1985) 8/10
King of new York(1990) 9/10

Bob125 04-12-2012 16:31

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Originally Posted by chimpsy23 (Post 62763361)
2012(2009) 7/10
Day of the dead(1985) 8/10
King of new York(1990) 9/10

King of New York is a good one. Great Christopher Walken film.

AdNoctum 04-12-2012 18:58

Rocketship XM (1950) 7/10 or XM* the * is explained on the poster for the movie as standing for eXpedition Moon. They never actually get to the moon and are diverted to Mars where after traipsing across the Martian landscape, (cleverly tinted red in this B&W movie), wearing oxygen masks which make then look like they were auditioning for the part of Bane 63 years too early! They soon discover the ruined remenants of a Martian civilization and realise that that old chestnut so unfairly blamed for every mutant insect, awakened dinosaur and natural disaster of 1950's Hollywood, atomic bombs, is to blame! Not a bad movie apart from the clever use of tinting really a product of its sci-fi cold war age.

Gilash 04-12-2012 20:47

She's The Man - 9/10

KathyFan12 04-12-2012 23:12

Holiday Inn (1942)

10/10

doffer 04-12-2012 23:29

The Intouchables 9/10 Excellent performances from the leads, Francois Cluzet and Omar Sy. Based on a true story. Not enough Audrey Fleurot though :)

AdNoctum 04-12-2012 23:41

The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961) 7/10 The end of the world is nigh! You'll recognise some of the extreme weather patterns in this movie to those of today! Rain, fog, drought and so on. In this movie they are less natural events and more man made. A number of simultaneous atomic, (again!), explosions knock the Earth off its axis and sends it spiralling towards the sun. A jaded journalist uncovers the story with the aid of a Met office secretary as the authourities begin to ration the water and the worlds governments come up with a plan to save us all. Like Rocketship XM eleven years earlier, the clever use of a red tint is used in an otherwise B&W movie but this time to give the impression of extreme heat. An intelligent sci-fi movie which does not rely on special effects but rather on characterization and some great dialogue scenes.


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