What film did you watch last night?

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Pearl Harbour

I know it doesn’t always get the best reputation, but having not seen it for a good 15 years I can say I really enjoyed it.

A few rubbish lines that felt forced during the flying scenes but never once felt like a 3hr movie. I’d initially thought I’d watch as a double sitting since I started at 10pm, but here I am at 1am just finishing it.
Always liked this. Another one for the cinema to truly appreciate it.

Guess its another 'the Americans saved the war' films that just ignore everyone else contribution :)
 
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The Sadness - 8/10

A bit crazy at points, a lot of gore, acting decent, was worth a watch.

It was on my Shudder sub. through Amazon Prime, can't see it anywhere to buy though for my movie collection.
 
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Went to the cinema with my 12 year old to watch the dumbledore movie.

It was really boring. Enjoyed the scenes with the New York guy in, everything else was a struggle. I saw the first of these in the cinema, and recall quite liking it, but haven't seen the second one.

Son thought it was great, though.

We watched it last night. Very average really...I think Harry Potter worked as it was set mainly in one school

This expanded world doesn't make any sense.
 
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Matrix Resurrections.

WTF!

2/10

Thats two and a bit hours of my life I won't get back. How can such a good franchise fall so far.
 
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Matrix Resurrections.

WTF!

2/10

Thats two and a bit hours of my life I won't get back. How can such a good franchise fall so far.
I though the first scene, the idea it is a loop and was been watched by another Operator team, was fantastic. I thought OMG this is going to be amazing. How wrong i was.

We then cut to Keanu and it was a slide into the ridiculous and it Amber Hearded all over the franchise.
 
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Dashcam 2022 - Seems to be doing well with the critics but i thought it was absolute toilet. Not remotely scary and just too stupid tbh.
 
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Hacksaw Ridge

A superb film about a heroic conscientious objector during WW2. Visually stunning in the battle scenes and the audio mix is up with the best IMO.
 

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The Valet
It got above average bordering decent score on IMDB and I thought it was a decent feel good happy movie with a nice humble casting to boot. The underlying message is people/family values and some of the scenes were quite funny for sure. Enjoyable evening home movie for sure.
 
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