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Ghost town: A romcom with enough dark humor to make it interesting for blokes too. Gervais almost manages to play a character that isn't himself too. Really enjoyed it, despite meself.

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51st State is very funny. Still need to see Ghost Town, but a guy in the office has said it's very good.

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watched the latest Xfactor movie as my GF called it..lol I mean XFiles Movie last night was really good.

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Watched Meet Dave the other night, was quite funny. Gabrielle Union made it more enjoyable to watch, she's hot.

Absolutely loved Meet Dave! Hilarious.

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Yep Rise of the Footsoldier is a brilliant film. If you've not seen This is England check that out too.

I watched Ed Wood last night. That was quite good. Dead Set tonight :D

 

I was disappointed with This Is England, shame as I was looking forward to it as I prefer British films to most of the Hollywood ones.

 

I didn't think there was much of a story to it, and it didn't really capture the 80's either.

 

However on the subject of Shane Meadows films, ever seen Dead Man's Shoes? That's an excellent film starring Paddy Considine.

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I was disappointed with This Is England, shame as I was looking forward to it as I prefer British films to most of the Hollywood ones.

I didn't think there was much of a story to it, and it didn't really capture the 80's either.

 

Me too. I'd expected quite a lot of the film and it never felt like it really got going.

 

It certainly didn't match with my experiences of the 80s either - but then I did grow up in Peel.

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I was disappointed with This Is England, shame as I was looking forward to it as I prefer British films to most of the Hollywood ones.

I didn't think there was much of a story to it, and it didn't really capture the 80's either.

 

Me too. I'd expected quite a lot of the film and it never felt like it really got going.

 

It certainly didn't match with my experiences of the 80s either - but then I did grow up in Peel.

 

So you never had a skinhead haircut then? ;):lol:

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Deadmans Shoes is faultless in my mear eyes. Paddy Considine is brilliant in it. It took me a few double takes before I realised it was him in 24 hour party people.

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"Dark Knight", well after all the hype I was really disappointed. What's with the phoney gruff Batman voice? After all he's just a cock in a rubber frock.

I thought “Batman Returns” was much more entertaining film.

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Deadmans Shoes is faultless in my mere eyes. Paddy Considine is brilliant in it. It took me a few double takes before I realised it was him in 24 hour party people.

 

"Don't mention the elephant!"

 

"Too late, he mentioned the elephant.."

 

A seminal British movie. :weee:

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Deadmans Shoes is faultless in my mear eyes. Paddy Considine is brilliant in it. It took me a few double takes before I realised it was him in 24 hour party people.

 

Incredibly haunting, isn't it. So superbly acted it almost seemed real.

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ghost town is surprisingly alright actually, good film.

 

watch role models the other night, wasnt really sure where the plot was going to go but i thouroughly enjoyed it in the end, great film with quite a lot of laughs, definately a lot more to it than the trailers suggest

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The Great Dictator, Chaplins a genious. The pianist was rubbish though and some little urchin in front of me was playing with his gas mask all the way through it.

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Watched Red Cliff tonight, absolutely brilliant film, the fight scenes are excellent. Well worth a watch, can't wait for Red Cliff II.

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