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Old 15-12-2012, 09:41
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The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) - 7.5/10
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Old 15-12-2012, 15:18
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Half of Predators..i gave up as its a pile of shit
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Old 15-12-2012, 17:58
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Five Minutes of Heaven [2009]. Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel

7/10

17 year old UVF gunman makes his first kill, witnessed by his victim's kid brother. 33 years later a TV company tries to arrange a meeting for reconciliation. The events of 1975 were real, the rest of the film fiction. Curious project for the German director of the wonderful Downfall. This had an Irish release but went straight to BBC2 in the UK.
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Old 15-12-2012, 18:04
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Silent Night (2012) - 8.5/10

Surprisingly great Christmas slasher film! Malcolm McDowell clearly had a laugh filming it
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Old 15-12-2012, 18:14
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Small Soldiers - 7/10

Love them using Spice Girls as psychological warfare
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Old 15-12-2012, 19:12
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Kingdom of War Pt1 & Pt2

Wow.... I'm going to keep it simple: Both films are bad. They are both almost 3 hours long each and I grew a 6 month old beard within 15 minutes of watching the first one. I lasted a little over an hour into it and turned it off. The next day I decided to give the 2nd film a chance and was determined to watch the whole damn thing. I lasted 90 minutes. It's an amateurish production from Thailand with very poor acting, (mostly) poor battle scenes, and very poor writing. The pacing is painfully slow. Normally I love epic films from various countries but these two just gave me an epic ulcer - and one hell of a beard.
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Old 15-12-2012, 21:54
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Just watched Hallowed Ground

not bad bit daft i just realised halfway through it was the girl in who was in Rest Stop..another horror shes in..i recognised her squeaky grovilly voice and thought it was her ( Jamie Alexander) ,,googled her too
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Old 15-12-2012, 22:01
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Goodbye Charlie Bright thought it was a really good film.
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Old 15-12-2012, 23:10
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Batman Begins (2005) A reboot for the new century! Leaving behind the Burton/Schumacher quadrilogy, (rightfully so especially after 3 and 4), Christopher Nolan's version is more realistic and grittier. Gone are the vast towers of a dark Gotham and its over the top characters. With a blast of the french horn enters Bale's Batman, a worthy successor to Keatons 80's version, (the less said about Kilmer's version and Clooney's Bat-nipples the better!) Neesons Ducard/Al Ghul character adds to the realism especially as he appears the stronger of the two, but the movie is by no means perfect, a couple of the scenes just dont look right, for instance the scene in the subway when Batman gets shot with Dawes taser whilst he stands there head slightly bowed, smirking with his cape wrapped around him looks forced as if to say 'I'm Batman and that can't hurt me!' Big grin from the audience! Plenty of action, a nice origin story and believable characters, this franchise will be hard to beat next time round!
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Old 15-12-2012, 23:47
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It's A Wonderful Life (1946) - 8/10
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Old 15-12-2012, 23:49
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Erin Brockovich.

Hadn't seen it before as I didn't think I'd enjoy it (really not a fan of Julia Roberts, for a start!) but actually thought it a lot better than I'd imagined. 7/10.
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Old 16-12-2012, 00:09
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Heart's War. = Cheeeeesey crp. 2/10

It could have been good , but it was it turned into some sort of 'John Wayne type' run of the mill rubbish they print and put out.
I didn't care about anyone in the film.
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Old 16-12-2012, 01:04
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Half of Predators..i gave up as its a pile of shit
Loved the first 2 Predator films but was dissapointed by the third one !
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Old 16-12-2012, 01:05
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Small Soldiers - 7/10

Love them using Spice Girls as psychological warfare
Actually they looked more human than the plasticky real Spice Girls !
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Old 16-12-2012, 01:38
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Just finished watching Remember Me.
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Old 16-12-2012, 09:52
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A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge [1985]. Director: Jack Sholder

5/10

And so the franchising begins.
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Old 16-12-2012, 14:20
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The Expendables - 7/10
The Expendables 2 - 7/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 14:25
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Identity 6/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 16:35
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White Christmas (1954) - 7/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 17:26
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Little White Lies 7.5/10
Standing In The Shadows Of Motown 10/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 18:06
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Thunderball 4/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 18:40
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In Bruges 10/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 18:50
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I Am Sam 9/10

Brilliant moving film. Sean Penn did a superb job and Dakota fanning...Show much talent she was amazing.
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Old 16-12-2012, 18:56
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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - 10/10
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Old 16-12-2012, 20:24
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It was ok. Actor Steven Lang, who plays the mad dog colonel, is the best thing about this film. I wish he was in it a lot more. Michelle Rodriguez played an interesting character too but unfortunately she was seldom used. Sam Worthington, who plays the lead character, was just plain dull. When he talks, he just sounds emotionless most of the time. A glass of milk has more personality than him. The visuals and SFX were, of course, spectacular. This is my second time watching it (first time was Christmas 2010) and my thoughts on it hasn't changed at all. It's still just an "ok" film.
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