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Saw 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' yesterday. Excellent film making but not one to go to if you don't like being patient or thinking too much at the flicks. Great 70's detail and some fine acting.

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Saw 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' yesterday. Excellent film making but not one to go to if you don't like being patient or thinking too much at the flicks. Great 70's detail and some fine acting.

Hopefully going to see this film myself, with the missus, soon. Both of us are quite keen to see it.

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Saw Shutter Island yesterday. Different to what I thought, but good!

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Saw Shutter Island yesterday. Different to what I thought, but good!

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IMO, its a very good movie

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Yesterday i saw The Three Musketeers

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Yesterday i saw The Three Musketeers

Any good?


How was the music?

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batman wrote:
Yesterday i saw The Three Musketeers

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How was the music?

spectacular movie, the fencing scenes are amazing,

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I Saw the Thing last Saturday.

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I watch it 2 times. 8)



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I Saw the Thing last Saturday.

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I watch it 2 times. 8)



:!: :arrow:



The original is superb, dunno why they keep on remaking these classics as they are never as good.


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Watched a film yesterday that we'd recorded off Sky.

The American, starring George Clooney.

The most senseless waste of an hour and a half of my life ever.

It could have been condensed into a 30-minute short.

Dull, drawn-out and just plain boring.


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Laserdisc Dream wrote:
I Saw the Thing last Saturday.

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I watch it 2 times. 8)



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The original is superb, dunno why they keep on remaking these classics as they are never as good.


Probably because it's "safer" to remake a classic than to take a chance and shoot something new.
Plus this current generation of youngsters likes to have things that are "re-imagined" and are therefore "better/more modern" than the originals.
They're not interested in going to see the actual originals because they were made "in the dark ages".


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T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
cantosis wrote:
Laserdisc Dream wrote:
I Saw the Thing last Saturday.

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I watch it 2 times. 8)



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The original is superb, dunno why they keep on remaking these classics as they are never as good.


Probably because it's "safer" to remake a classic than to take a chance and shoot something new.
Plus this current generation of youngsters likes to have things that are "re-imagined" and are therefore "better/more modern" than the originals.
They're not interested in going to see the actual originals because they were made "in the dark ages".

I loved the original (or is it?) with Kurt Russell. Very chilling. Can't imagine why it needs a remake.

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Just watched "The Negotiator " again, on Film4 with the family.

Good story, good action, a wee bit dated now and a wee bit schmalzy :wink:

Good performance by Spacey, he is a talented actor.


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Just watched a few Greta Garbo films at the weekend 8) 8)

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Just watching a musical remake of Ninotchka: Silk Stockings :P :)

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