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    bad day at black rock

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    paper moon - watch with the kids

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    the last picture show

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    I remember that movie, the last picture show, that bit where he grabbed her by the pussy gave me a funny feeling in my tummy. At least I think it was my tummy.
    Bad day at black rock looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    'Fauda' is a must. All 3 series.
    Gonna give it a go later.

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    If you have a few hours to while away, a gangster movie that for some reason never got the acclaim others did "Once Upon A Time in America". 86% on rotten tomatoes

    Bit of an epic

    Though some viewers might be put off by its length, graphic violence, and absence of likable characters, Sergio Leone's final film is also a cinematic masterpiece. Spanning four decades, the film tells the story of David "Noodles" Aaronson (Robert De Niro) and his Jewish pals, chronicling their childhoods on New York's Lower East Side in the 1920s, through their gangster careers in the 1930s, and culminating in Noodles' 1968 return to New York from self-imposed exile, at which time he learns the truth about the fate of his friends and again confronts the nightmare of his past. The acting, the re-creation of the time period, the

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    I went down
    The Guard
    The Tailor of Panama
    Mc Vicar
    Ronin
    Moneyball
    Seven years in Tibet
    The Mexican
    Blood Diamonds
    Leon
    In Bruges
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    The Commitments
    Forgiven
    Super Troopers
    Korengal
    The Departed

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    I watched Bad Day at Black Rock and Twelve Angry Men the other night, excellent entertainment.

    And for a more contemporary legal thriller, Runaway Jury.

    I may give The Verdict another run later.

    A classic movie imho and Newman's oscar nod was thoroughly deserved (I thought he'd won it but Ghandi spoiled it).

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    one night at McCools. A great caper movie.
    (I love a good caper movie)

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    I am giving "Roma" a try, should take about 3 days to finish

    but nice, very artistic, scenery has a Fellini type of things

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    DocMartin, Series 9 now on Netflix.

    Trouble is, watching this just makes me want to go back and live in the UK.

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    Watched the accountant last night. OK if you like that sort of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Twelve Angry Men
    One of our favorites. It's rated as 100% on RT.

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    Will start Gangs of London later, or something else.

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    Was browsing movies last night when I came across an old (1993) movie called Dave about a presidential body double who takes over a corrupt U.S. government.
    Oh how I laughed. How simple and naive we were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Will start Gangs of London later, or something else.
    Good watch, easy to binge; not sure if the last brief scene is prep for S2, but if it is then they got rid of some characters that could just as easily have stayed.

    8.5

    Westworld, interesting story line though these scifi series can quickly become absurd, Anthony Hopkins is worth a couple of points on his own, but I can't be pwned by a few tits so halfway through S01 will give it an 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Good watch, easy to binge; not sure if the last brief scene is prep for S2, but if it is then they got rid of some characters that could just as easily have stayed.

    8.5

    Westworld, interesting story line though these scifi series can quickly become absurd, Anthony Hopkins is worth a couple of points on his own, but I can't be pwned by a few tits so halfway through S01 will give it an 8.
    it gets better actually, and very dark

    Give a try until end of Season 2,

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    Finished Gangs of London the other night.

    I enjoyed it, but the best bits for me were the fight/kill scenes. They must have blown 80% of their budget on special effects. Think of Tarantino meets John Wick.

    Excellent stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Watched the accountant last night. OK if you like that sort of thing.
    I thought it was passable.

    Unlike most of Ben Affleck's films.

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    I can't believe this Money Heist is so polarizing.

    Wherever I look it seems most people think it's fucking brilliant or an utter bag of shit, with little in between.

    But since I still haven't started The Sopranos, it can wait.

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    You won't regret staying with Sopranos.

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    Was browsing movies last night when I came across an old (1993) movie called Dave about a presidential body double who takes over a corrupt U.S. government.
    Oh how I laughed. How simple and naive we were

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    Amazingly, they appear to have resurrected Van Der Valk. Three episodes up at EZTV.

    And you will now curse me for having the theme tune stuck in your head for the rest of the day.


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    So Van Der Valk is three 90 minute episodes.

    Passable, sort of 6.5/10/

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