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What film did you watch last night?

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Richeh, 2 Sep 2009.

  1. the shadow

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    Post-credits scene jokes
     
  2. Maximum Triceratops

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    Bride of Chucky was better :D
     
  3. marc2003

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    skyline. yes it really is as bad as everyone says it is. :p
     
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  4. Uncle Petey

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    Definitely.
    What makes it even worse is that the very last scene is where things actually get slightly interesting, and then it ends.
     
  5. Hive

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    +1
    Really annoying how it came up with a twist then suddenly the credits start scrolling down. Felt as if there should have been another 15 minutes before the end!
     
  6. Prophet

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    The Lone Ranger - 4/10

    Way too long, it could easily cut an hour. Armie Hammer makes a poor Lone Ranger and Johnny Depp is just playing Captain Jacks distant cousin.
     
  7. NathWraith

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    Watched "Red Lights" with Robert De Niro in.

    Very good, messed up kinda film. Great twists and had fun trying to keep up!

    8/10.
     
  8. Craterloads

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    Pacific Rim

    Quite enjoyed it, good popcorn movie.

    8/10
     
  9. checjb

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    Skyline - some nice bits (the alien vaccum cleaner taking people up, the giant car crushing foot etc) but generally a real mess. The string of good luck that the two mains go through (i.e. how many times they're saved by a missile, a shot, dumb luck etc) is ridiculous. :D

    Plus, I really wanted to see how to battle fleet off the coast go taken out. You only ever see the aftermath in the background.
     
  10. MooMoo444

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    Internship - 6/10

    I liked the story, but the jokes were few and far between for a comedy movie.
     
  11. Hive

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    Pacific Rim
    4/10

    Visually impressive but the ending had me face palm so hard I couldn't believe it. It made the previous hour's action utterly moronic.
     
  12. window

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    Pacific Rim

    Can see it being good as an anime but didnt work as a film.
     
  13. Pookie Bear

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    Watched three movies this weekend. Mixed results.

    This Is The End: I liked it - the other half left the room muttering about childish humour. It had a few :D moments and a few :eek: moments. Some good cameos too. I'd watch it again. 7/10

    Oblivion: Typical Cruise film - except this time he's in a flying sperm. Entertaining at points, ridiculous plot (with plenty of holes) and some of the acting made me want to cry laughing, but not a bad movie really. 6/10

    After Earth: Worst movie of the lot by a long shot. Some of the cinematography/special effects were amazing, but the story was completely predictable and the acting, from both Smiths, was awful. Smith junior is particularly bad. 3/10
     
  14. xBLiNG

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  15. smokedog

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    Just a massive Google advert. 5/10 because I don't want to be evil.
     
  16. ttaskmaster

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    Avengers Assemble.

    Not bad, mostly comedic fun. But assumes the viewers know something about who Hawkeye, Black Widow and Nick Fury are... unless I missed their movies?
    I get Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America and all the Stan Lee cameos, but I felt like I'd missed some other movies or something...
     
  17. Uncle Petey

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    Iron man 2 would've answered most of that, despite being awful.
     
  18. MooMoo444

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    How the hell does one simply walk into the Avengers not knowing who Nick Fury is? The other two I can understand...but Nick Fury??
     
  19. BriT

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    reservoir dogs - great film.
     
  20. Sho

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    The Lone Ranger - What utter rubbish. 2/10

    Pacific Rim - 7/10. Good movie this. Giant robots vs giant monsters, can't go wrong.