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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    it was quite good indeed
    Indeed a good movie.

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    watched 'once upon a time in hollywood' this weekend, and i'm not really sure what i think about it at this point. it wasn't what i was expecting, but that's not to say it was bad....just, well, unexpected. i more or less felt the same way right after watching 'the hateful 8". there's a lot going on and it takes time to process. i'll watch it again in the next month or so.

    one thing is for sure.....tarantino definitely has a foot fetish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Maybe people confused it with Oblivion, which was crap.
    Don't be dissuaded by 'arry.

    Sometimes "he lies to us".

    Watch Oblivion 2013 and decide for yourself.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FailSafe View Post
    It was different than Casino, which I also thought was excellent. De Niro's portrayal was supposed to be of a low-key character who was affected more by events and powerful people and swept along by circumstance than a someone who 'called the shots', which is more what he was in Casino (where the character of Ace had a MUCH higher opinion of himself and his view of his own power and influence, though he turned out to be fooling himself- in The Irishman, there wasn't so much of that- Frank knew what he was, and ultimately hated himself- that wasn't true of Ace, who still saw himself as having value even after getting knocked off his perch).

    In that sense, I saw Frank as believable. I didn't need a big dramatic scene with his daughter- it would have been completely out of character- he lost her, he knew why he lost her, and made feeble attempts at reconciliation that had no real chance of succeeding, as she was never going to get from him what she wanted. The funeral scene where she wouldn't even look at him once was enough to tell the story. He was a basically cold, unemotional person- they exist in real life- I've known them- it wasn't a stretch to accept De Niro's performance.

    As I said, we watched the movie from different perspectives- I wasn't looking for or expecting 'Casino 2'.

    That's all I've got to say on it.
    Much in agreement. Watched the film in two sittings. Only criticism of DeNiro is the part where as a supposedly younger guy, he "beat up" some shopkeeper, and should have got a stunt double in to do the scene because it looked totally unconvincing and not a bit lame..
    Otherwise, thought it was a very good movie.

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    Must say I'm more than a bit disappointed with the latest stuff I was looking forward to.



    Once upon a time in Hollywood. Turned it off half was through.

    The Irishman. Wish I turned it off half way through.

    Godfather of Harlem. Done after watching 4 episodes.


    If Ford V Ferrari ends up being kak I'm plugging out the TV.

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    you are following Harry advice in TV download, he has terrible taste, avoid anything he recommends

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    Well, he doesn't recommend sucking ladyboy cock, so that's a plus point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Well, he doesn't recommend sucking ladyboy cock, so that's a plus point.
    yes, he doesn't know what he is missing

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    Try Jack Ryan, Season 1 and Season 2

    Mr. Robot is quite nice, but might be too sophisticated for you, a lot of real tech stuff that Harry wouldn't understand

    also the new season of the "Line of Duty", an awesome British show

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    awesome British
    That sounds even better than Great British. We should adopt that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    Only criticism of DeNiro is the part where as a supposedly younger guy, he "beat up" some shopkeeper, and should have got a stunt double in to do the scene because it looked totally unconvincing and not a bit lame..
    Did you miss him throwing (in the loosest possible terms) the guns in the river scenes?

    DeNiro was struggling big time.

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    "Astronaut Roy McBride undertakes a mission across an unforgiving solar system to uncover the truth about his missing father and his doomed expedition that now, 30 years later, threatens the universe."


    https://1337x.to/torrent/4157898/Ad-Astra-2019-WEBRip-1080p-YTS-YIFY/


    Shades of Apocalypse Now. Without this;

    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    tarantino definitely has a foot fetish
    Have not seen it yet but any foot fetish movie is getting fast tracked in my torrent folder.

    I remember some character gossip in the script of Pulp Fiction about Mia Wallace getting a foot massage from somebody. Will have to watch PF again to remember the details.

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    AD Astra....

    Had potential but another big budget flop because it just dribbled away to a pointless ending.

    5/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post


    "Astronaut Roy McBride undertakes a mission across an unforgiving solar system to uncover the truth about his missing father and his doomed expedition that now, 30 years later, threatens the universe."


    watched this movie this morning, and thought it was pretty good. they were obviously trying to make more than just a space movie and it hits on some deeper themes (existentialism, grief/loss, isolation). a bit heavy handed in parts, but there are a few action scenes to keep things moving.

    warning for numpty....

    proceed with caution.....the main character has considerable daddy issues.





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    sounds like they were trying to redo Interstellar,

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    Looks like it has TV Movie written all over it.

    Will give it a sconce tonight.

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    Hornblower series, kept some early teens enthralled last weekend, esp the war bits.

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    I thought it good. Not a film but a 3 part in depth investigation. 'Exposed The Case of Keli Lane'



    https://1337x.to/search/Exposed+The+...f+Keli+Lane/1/

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    Trauma Center (2019)

    It's a decidedly average bad guys after girlie witness thriller, but I couldn't stop watching it because Bruce Willis is in it and I'm pretty sure he was either pissed or stoned off his box in every scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    I remember some character gossip in the script of Pulp Fiction about Mia Wallace getting a foot massage from somebody. Will have to watch PF again to remember the details.
    Well Mrs. Wallace does have nice feet but they're not worth falling four floors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Trauma Center (2019)

    It's a decidedly average bad guys after girlie witness thriller, but I couldn't stop watching it because Bruce Willis is in it and I'm pretty sure he was either pissed or stoned off his box in every scene.
    might make him a better act than the usual,

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    The Irishman needs forensic dissection before it can be fully appreciated. I watched it all the way through once. Spent the next week consuming it in 30min bite-sized chunks. Then watched the whole thing again. At the conclusion of this process I am able to award it a strong 9/10.

    I think the reason that I've obviously been a bit weird with this is the sheer lack of other television to steal here in the UK. Does anyone who uses the TalkTalk service know of a torrent site other than RAR or whatever the fuck it's called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    The Irishman needs forensic dissection before it can be fully appreciated. I watched it all the way through once. Spent the next week consuming it in 30min bite-sized chunks. Then watched the whole thing again. At the conclusion of this process I am able to award it a strong 9/10.

    I think the reason that I've obviously been a bit weird with this is the sheer lack of other television to steal here in the UK. Does anyone who uses the TalkTalk service know of a torrent site other than RAR or whatever the fuck it's called?
    eztv[dot]io

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    Doctor Sleep (2019)

    Sequel to The Shining

    https://rarbgway.org/torrent/7i3vdnl

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