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Old 31-07-15, 11:15 AM   #1
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Age of kill
British film starring Martin Kemp. Shockingly bad. Terrible. Avoid.
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Old 31-07-15, 11:17 AM   #2
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Child 44
Stars Tom Hardy - I think he's great.
Set in a rather grim Russia, about a series of child murders. Not gory. Worth watching. My wife didn't like it much and whilst it wasn't Toms best film, it was worth watching
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Old 31-07-15, 11:23 AM   #3
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Ah excellent I was going to do something like this, I'll start posting here
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Old 31-07-15, 01:23 PM   #4
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The watch -- argh balls Richard ayoade being Richard ayoade
Pitch perfect - why oh why .. oh I know it was so good they made pitch perfect 3
The hobbit - a 3hr story about short people going to a castle but not quite getting there. Good for those that like the story about short people, tall people and a old fogie heading to a mountain with dubious Ratner jewellery.

Dragon - Donnie yen.. slow but engaging at the end. More plot twists than a packet of Fusilli. Not your usual chopsocky affair
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Old 31-07-15, 01:50 PM   #5
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Tom Hardy - I think he's great.
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I watched Locke recently on Netflix.

An entire film shot inside a BMW driving down the motorway doesn't sound like a winner but I thought it was utterly brilliant.
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Old 31-07-15, 02:14 PM   #6
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I watched Locke recently on Netflix.

An entire film shot inside a BMW driving down the motorway doesn't sound like a winner but I thought it was utterly brilliant.
YOu're right. Scientifically proven.
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finaly got round to watching Exodus-gods and kings.. ok so it was a bible story about Moses but i enjoyed it.

the new Mad Max. i was a bit dubious about watching this as remakes are never as good as the original but i must say what a cracking film.
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Other films I've seen recently that I recommend (all found on Netflix)

Filth - Comedy with James McAvoy
Flight - Denzel Washington
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For - Liked it, but wasn't as good as the first one.
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Filth and flight were great!

Watched The Voices last night and It Follows. Both had rubbish endings. The voices was pretty clever i thought.
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300,A matter of life and death( David Niven) and The Cobbler!!!
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