What film did you watch last night?

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  1. mustang1

    mustang1 Veteran

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  2. biggs682

    biggs682 Smile a mile bike provider Photo Winner

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    We had a movie session with our 4 yr old Granddaughter last night and we watched Nomeo & Juliet
     
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  3. No, it's still 'slow' and I'm not sure why I'm sticking with it, curiosity I think.
     
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  4. cisamcgu

    cisamcgu Guru

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    There was an older version I think, made a few years ago
     
  5. Heckler

    Heckler Active Member

    Operation Daybreak with Martin Shaw and Antony Andrews (from 1975!).
     
  6. cisamcgu

    cisamcgu Guru

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    That's the one - saw it a year or two ago on TCM
     
  7. AndyRM

    AndyRM XOXO

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    It's far from his worst. I quite enjoyed it, in a brain popcorn sort of way.
     
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  8. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

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    I could watch it again, but I like Mr De Niro
     
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  9. Nigeyy

    Nigeyy Guru

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    Sort of..... I started watching "Roma" on Netflix since it is highly regarded by the critics. I turned it off after suffering 30 minutes of boredom.

    No, I don't want to watch someone park a car nor turn off lights in a house for 2 hours (OK, so it didn't take them that long, but it really felt like it.) I have absolutely no idea what the critics saw in it, but I think 30 mins to give it a go was long enough. I didn't realize it was Alfonso Cuaron who also directed "Gravity" (and I almost walked out of the movie theatre with that one as well!) but now it makes complete sense.

    1 out of 10. The 1 is purely for sympathy -and the fact I didn't throw a shoe at the tv breaking it.
     
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  10. Drago

    Drago Soiler of Y fronts

    Black Hawk Down.

    Worth watching for the Little Bird scene alone, although the defending the chopper scene is quite startling. True story and all that. The US Army Rangers got off to a bad start that day, but once they sorted out their sheet they evened the score approximately 30:1. Boo yah!

    7/10.
     
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  11. MontyVeda

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

    Unbreakable the other night... second viewing and still definitely one of Shyamalan's best films.
    Split last night... certainly doesn't live up to Unbreakable. I'll give it... pants/10
     
  12. Grant Fondo

    Grant Fondo 'Real Life, and Postcard Views, Europe Endless'

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    I quite enjoyed Split although it kept reminding me of de Palmas Raising Cain which is nudging classic territory.
     
  13. MontyVeda

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

    The first half reminded me of Sybil. But I found the three young women in captivity and their handling of the situation totally unconvincing. Nobody behaves like that, not even in TV land.

    I'll be watching Glass before long. I hope it's a lot better.
     
  14. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

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    If the critics love a film.....
     
  15. PaulB

    PaulB Guru

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    We went the pictures to see Clint Eastwood in 'Mule' and loved it! It's all true, too.
     
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