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The Last Film You Saw....

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Watched Bender's Big Score (IMDB) last night and I was really pleasantly surprised. I had enjoyed The Simpsons movie earlier on this year, but Futurama has surpassed it.

 

I would recommend a watch, even the most die hard Futurama fan wouldn't be disappointed.

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Wasn't really a film, more a tele-drama. Watched Exodus on Channel 4 the other week. I wasn't too sure whether or not I'd like it (my main reason for watching was where it was filmed) but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

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28weeks later last nite, what a pile of shite...not even robert carlise could rescue it...the first 5-7minutes was great, but it just collapsed after that...avoid avoid avoid

 

Meh, I thought it was OK, not as good as the original but certainly watchable, although having a fitting epileptic as the cameraman wasn't such a good directorial choice, it gave me a fucking headache to watch it.

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28 weeks later <3

Damn fine film.

 

Last two films i saw where.

Resident evil 3 - One of the Best films i seen to date <3

Has everything i expected and wanted.

Gore.

Milla jovovich.

Guns.

Zombies.

Perfection.

Ending my god wound me up.... Hope theres gunna be a fourth in the films.

 

2nd film.

War - Jason Statham and Jet Li

 

Brilliant film.

Great twist.

Perfect way to bring two brilliant actors together.

The martial arts combined with the action from gun fights = spot on <3

 

I highly suggest both these films to everyone.

I have them on my laptop aswell.

When i get burning software anyone who hasnt seen it or got it and wants it.

Give me a shout ill do you a copy of both films (=

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Spartacus, agreed Boy A was fantastic, I too will be checking the book out.

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30 days of night, i thought it was amazing. That harnett fella played a good role and there was plenty of action. Not your usual vampire movie and i think thats why i liked it so much.

 

8/10 from me.

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28weeks later last nite, what a pile of shite...not even robert carlise could rescue it...the first 5-7minutes was great, but it just collapsed after that...avoid avoid avoid

 

Meh, I thought it was OK, not as good as the original but certainly watchable, although having a fitting epileptic as the cameraman wasn't such a good directorial choice, it gave me a fucking headache to watch it.

 

Any film that has the best zombie scything scene since Brain Dead gets a thumbs up from me!

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28weeks later last nite, what a pile of shite...not even robert carlise could rescue it...the first 5-7minutes was great, but it just collapsed after that...avoid avoid avoid

 

Meh, I thought it was OK, not as good as the original but certainly watchable, although having a fitting epileptic as the cameraman wasn't such a good directorial choice, it gave me a fucking headache to watch it.

 

Any film that has the best zombie scything scene since Brain Dead gets a thumbs up from me!

 

As with the first one I found it interesting seeing London empty and having the Isle of Dogs as a camp was cool!

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Watched two films yesterday (lazy day)

 

Shoot 'Em Up - A deliberately over the top gun and chase film. Clive Owen is perfect in the lead role, that's got a slight whiff of Max Payne about him. The sheer number of guns, set piece action scenes and ridiculous stunts managed to paper over the daft plot. It's a parody on action thrillers, but manages to be funny, exciting and a good script, if a little minimal.

 

Stardust - I'll get shouted at no doubt, but I thought this was turd. The storytelling was a mess, the acting was lousy and the script was poor. It had a couple of nice comedy touches, mostly involving the ghostly brothers, but most other situations were contrived and unfunny. It was a shame to see someone like de Niro hamming it up in such a shitty role. Hugely disappointing, considering the trailers made it appear to be a decent adult fantasy film. I'm sure the girls and teenagers will love it though. But what do they know?

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Spiderman 3 last nite - meh <_< great special fx, but the whole thing just felt a bit flat, wanted more of venom and ended up with spider-emo instead

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a little tip for people with Hostel on DVD.

 

When the guy gets tortured by the german business man, turn the subtitles on. Here you'll find Tarantino wittering utter bollocks

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The last film I saw on the IOM was No Limit.

 

Perhaps it's time for another comical TT film. Peter Kay could play Shuttleworth this time.

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i'd love to see that fat bastard fall off a motorbike.

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