What film did you watch last night?

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

  1. Salar

    Salar Über Member

    Watched Cycling Nomads on Amaz0n Prime.
    Filmed by the riders as they tour through Europe and Asia with mishaps and mechanicals on the way with one nasty accident.
    Recognisable bikes used, Surly and OnOne. Worth a watch.

    Coincidentally as mentioned elsewhere on the forum A Boy A Girl and A Bike was on Talking Pictures channel 81 yesterday afternoon.
    Seen some good old films on there.
  2. Valhalla Rising

    I think it needs another watch but certainly enjoyable if that is the right word
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  3. CarlP

    CarlP Boing!

    The Rock, Sean Connery and some others- What a load of unadulterated badly edited shite.

    The Jackal, with The Willis and Richard 'I am a proper actor' Gear. I saw this years ago, it wasn't as shite as I first remember, it was only a little bit shite.
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  4. The_Card-274477218-large.jpg

    Quite amusing, simple film
  5. biggs682

    biggs682 Smile a mile bike provider Photo Winner

    We watched Mulan last night and thoroughly enjoyed it
  6. benb

    benb Evidence based cyclist

    Finally got round to watching Get Out, which has been on my list for a while.

    Excellent film, really clever, dripping with satire, and top-drawer acting. Not really horror in the normal sense, more of a mystery with horror elements.
    It gets a virtually unheard of 9/10 from me. (as perfection is impossible)

    Seriously, watch it.
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  7. CarlP

    CarlP Boing!

    Just had a look at the trailer, it looks good.
  8. cm2mackem

    cm2mackem Well-Known Member

    The Green Book, absolutely brilliant
  9. CarlP

    CarlP Boing!

    Fantastic Beasts. Fell asleep.
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  10. swee'pea99

    swee'pea99 Legendary Member

    Hunt for the Wilderpeople - terrific movie from New Zealand, showing what you can do with a brilliant script, two great actors, and a stunning landscape. Genuinely moving, touching and laugh out loud funny. One knocked off for the occasional bit of excessive ham still leaves it with a damn respectable 9/10.
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  11. MrBeanz

    MrBeanz Active Member

    Ontario California
    Last night we watched the Sixth Sense and Misery. Granddaughter is a ghost, scary movie person. 17 and she had never heard of these movies so I set up the movie room and watched them with her and my daughter eating popcorn. Was a good time!
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  12. Not good at all, I now wish I had spent my time making words out of Alphabetti Spaghetti !!

  13. vickster

    vickster Legendary Member

    +1 really enjoyed this last night, 9/10
  14. Blue Hills

    Blue Hills ^

    Felt impelled to chuck the title in the search box and up this popped.

    Saw it (or some) last night - I thought it unbelievably awful and walked half way through - it's a long long long time since I walked out of a film but I did at least save the rest of the evening. And didn't pay to see the thing.

    I fail to understand why it received so much praise, oscar/s - yes a mostly black cast and some strong female characters - but not strong characters in the sense of interesting.

    At least a fair few folk on imdb seem to feel the same way.
  15. LeetleGreyCells

    LeetleGreyCells Reinvented for 2019 - Formerly RealLeeHimself

    Everyone’s different. I only compared it against other Marvel films. Cinematic masterpieces, they ain’t.
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