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    Murder on the Orient Express

    Might sound incredibly boring and to be honest not something I have done before but I went to see this film for the second time in a fortnight. Obviously not for the plot although I really thought the acting and characters were terrific but more as a feast for the eyes.

    Had seen it on a smallish screen at the local university but just had to sit back with a coffee and take in the cinematography and scenery, visually superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J J Dick View Post
    A bit late to the party, but watched Dunkirk last night. Gripping and grittily authentic to my mind, and as a mainstream film nicely risky in having no central story, or love interest. Or normal sequential time, for that matter.

    On another tack, episode 4 of Godless has a nicely authentic bare bottom punisment of a pretty girl...and a general heads up for this series, which is excellent.
    For those that don't know, Godless is probaly a series for those who thought the robots and other bollocks got in the way of a perfectly good western in Westworld (the newer one, not the Yul Brunner one).
    glad you enjoyed Dunkirk , Iíve never heard of Godless in fairness
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    The Last Jedi

    come in who’s going to see it? I know I am
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevenil View Post
    glad you enjoyed Dunkirk , I’ve never heard of Godless in fairness


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    That looks good , I’ll check out Netflix

    The Last Jedi

    Really enjoyed this , the sequel to the Force Awakens

    Whos gonna turn to the dark side , who’s gonna save the day and a huge amount of special effects

    I loved it, the wee man loved it so all good , the true Xmas blockbuster
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    Jumanji, the new one.
    Excellent. Corny but very enjoyable.

    Jack Black was very funny at times.
    Bottoms up!

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    3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

    A heads up for this film - although directed by "In Bruges" Martin Mc Donagh, nevertheless if you like the series Fargo, or Coen brothers films, this will be up your boulevard. Frances McDormand gives a compelling performance, there is the tension of a great thriller and there are laugh out loud moments of (mainly dark) humour. The best film I've seen in some time...


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    Quote Originally Posted by J J Dick View Post
    3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

    A heads up for this film - although directed by "In Bruges" Martin Mc Donagh, nevertheless if you like the series Fargo, or Coen brothers films, this will be up your boulevard. Frances McDormand gives a compelling performance, there is the tension of a great thriller and there are laugh out loud moments of (mainly dark) humour. The best film I've seen in some time...


    Im going to catch this JJ but next is the Greatest Showman for me when I get back from hols
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    Not a big fan watching movies. But I love to watch drama.

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    Hostiles....Excellent.
    The Greatest Showman....Excellent.
    All The Money in The World.....Excellent.
    Darkest Hour.....Excellent.
    Bottoms up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J J Dick View Post
    3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

    A heads up for this film - although directed by "In Bruges" Martin Mc Donagh, nevertheless if you like the series Fargo, or Coen brothers films, this will be up your boulevard. Frances McDormand gives a compelling performance, there is the tension of a great thriller and there are laugh out loud moments of (mainly dark) humour. The best film I've seen in some time...

    Echo these sentiments: an excellent movie demonstrating with black humour that neither people nor life are simple. Great performance from Frances McDormand.

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