What film did you watch last night?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Hitchington, 2 Sep 2012.

  1. cisamcgu

    cisamcgu Guru

    X-men, The Last Stand

    I'm not a big Marvel comics fan, although I have watched many of the films and did read the comics when I was (much) younger.

    Mrs Cisamcgu and I watched the first two X-men films in the last few months, and we liked them enough to bother to watch this one. Well, we shouldn't have - dreadful story, plot holes the size of Wales, characters appearing and disappearing for no reason, little sense of wonder or excitement and a "surprise" ending that was just plain stupid. - A waste of 2 hours - 1.5/10 (and only because some of the explosions were good)
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  2. CarlP

    CarlP Boing!

    The Family, Directed by Luc Besson , Staring Robert De Niro and some others.

    Dreadful, trulyfeckinawfull.

    I could not work out if it was meant to be a comedy or a thriller and by the looks of it neither could the director, and De Niro looked like he couldn’t care less.
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  3. Drago

    Drago Soiler of Y fronts


    Slower than a Reliant Robin with a plug lead missing.

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  4. AndyRM

    AndyRM XOXO

    Whitley Bay
    War for the Planet of the Apes - 9/10

    Finally got around to watching this properly. What a film. On the surface, it's a fairly standard sci-fi effort, but scratch just a little beneath that and you've got a morally complex and challenging piece of cinema. Asks a lot of questions and leaves a lot up to the viewer to decide, which personally I appreciate as I hate being railroaded down an emotional path. The whole trilogy has been excellent, but this one steals the show, and I hope they don't bother with a fourth instalment, because it would be totally unnecessary.
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  5. benb

    benb Evidence based cyclist

    It's "being discussed"
  6. AndyRM

    AndyRM XOXO

    Whitley Bay
    Unless they're going full Spiderman and rebooting the reboot, I doubt I'd bother with that, if it happens. There really isn't any need for another film as the story has played out pretty much perfectly.
  7. Spartak

    Spartak Powered by M&M's

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  8. swee'pea99

    swee'pea99 Legendary Member

    I enjoyed that when it was on. Excellent tension building....tho' I did feel it rather fizzled out at the end.
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  9. Threevok

    Threevok Junior Member (Trainee)

    South Wales
    For a moment I thought you meant

    "A Quiet Place"

    Watched that Sunday.

    Quite enjoyable and different for a low budget alien occupation film

    Last edited: 6 Feb 2019
  10. Looked at that but decided against it and continued binge watching series 2 of 'The Man in the High Castle'
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  11. mustang1

    mustang1 Veteran

    London, UK
    Lincoln Lawyer
    Dallas Buyers Club
  12. Drago

    Drago Soiler of Y fronts

    It should have been great, a true life tale of risk, bravery, and zapping Hitlers number 3, the only senior Nazzy to be successfully assassinated. Alas, they took a breathtaking and fascinating event and sucked all the life our of it.
  13. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

    Polar, Netflix.. Ultra violent sort of comedy in places ,8-10
  14. CarlP

    CarlP Boing!

    Is it getting any better? I watched the whole of series 1 and couldn't get into it.
  15. MontyVeda

    MontyVeda a short-tempered ill-controlled small-minded troll

    thanks for that. Besson's one of my favourite directors but he's done a few clangers... and now i know The Family is one of them :okay:
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