Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Hitchington, 2 Sep 2012.
On of my all time favourite films.
Sci fi, Martian single cell organism found, taken to the ISS with dire consequences.
Family trip to the cinema to watch Captain Marvel.
It's decent, as long as you like superhero movies.
Brie Larson is excellent. Jude Law is good. Samuel L Jackson is, well, Samuel L Jackson.
A more interesting plot than some, but it does suffer a bit with bloated backstory.
Fight Club. I can't talk about it.
Possum - 10/10
I don't really have the words to describe this. It's wild, unsettling and will stick with you. The closing scene is probably the most harrowing thing I've seen.
The Two Worlds of Jenny Logan... a potentially dreadful TV movie from 1979, starring Lindsey Wagner and Marc Singer. A time-travel romance in which the time 'machine' is an antique dress. Lindsey (Jenny) dons the frock, gets a headache and goes back to 1899, falls in love with Marc Singer, flits between the two worlds a few times and ends up staying in the past... not actually as bad as it sounds, but it was pretty bad. (9/10)
Wanted to see that,looks creepy !
Watched Inferno on Freeview last night.
Mostly mindless tosh, but I do like Sidse Babett Knudsen who was in the Danish series Borgen.
I'll give it 4/10
Creepy is an understatement. The dread is relentless, and by the end I felt like I'd not been breathing for half an hour. Highly recommended.
Its next on my list ! I like the actor Sean Harris played a great Ian Curtis in Joy Division film.Think it was him anyway.?
Control? That was Sam Riley. Similar looking, and also a very good actor, though I prefer Harris.
I first saw him in Creep, which I'd also recommend, it's not as troubling as Possum, but it's pretty close.
Fell asleep 2/3 through but will see the rest tonight.
No I get the resemblance,I think it was 24 hour party or something like that ? Tony Wilson ? Anyways loved Ian Curtis and whoever took the part was top,same for control.
Mary Poppins Returns
My wife and daughter loved it. I was bored. Blunt did a good job though.
My Blueberry Nights, via Amazon Prime Video.
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