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*** Official Film Thread ***

Discussion in 'Randomination' started by markysimmo, 14 Jan 2012.

  1. paxtonwolf

    paxtonwolf Steve Sedgley

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    So glad somebody noticed that. Used to call him Hellboy when he was at Villa
     
  2. El Guepardo

    El Guepardo Johnny Morrison

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    Watched Haywire tonight; enjoyed the movie, even if there were a lot of silly bits.
     
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    Superted Jonathan Woodgate

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    I don't know why, but this made me laugh.
     
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    Superted Jonathan Woodgate

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    Had a few movies which I really liked then found out they're supposed to be crap. One movie starring that pom from Twilight, some romantic thingo. Really enjoyed it and was moved by the twist at the end. According to critics, it's brick and the twist at the end was an insult to their intelligence.

    I also didn't mind Russell Brand's Arthur ...
     
  5. spurspinter1

    spurspinter1 Ruel Fox

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    Anyone seen the Artist?

    Went to see it tonight. fudging class. The score is so very good, and it is visually stunning.

    A real breath of fresh air.

    I'd recommend anyone to go see it.
     
  6. spasm

    spasm Alan Hutton

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    going to watch Friends with benefits...probably crap...i dont like timberlake..but mila kunis makes me slobber
     
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    Superted Jonathan Woodgate

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    Nah Friends with Benefits is good, very easy to watch, and Trousersnake is pretty funny in it too.
     
  8. spasm

    spasm Alan Hutton

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    cheers...heard kunis moans a lot in this...sigh
     
  9. ArcspacE

    ArcspacE Banned

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    What kind of movies do you like?
     
  10. spasm

    spasm Alan Hutton

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    this japanese movie comes highly recommended. it's titled " Having Been in the Hospital For a While, He Knows His dingdong Will Still Be Standing Long After He Jacks Off So What If He Purposely Times His Ejaculation So That the Nurse Sees It Right When She Comes By to Check On Him?" medical comedy drama apparently
     
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    ArcspacE Banned

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    Where did you find that?
     
  12. spasm

    spasm Alan Hutton

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    ArcspacE Banned

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    I think that title is enough to give John a visual for one
     
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    spasm Alan Hutton

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    japanese movie titles...highly descriptive, never obtuse
     
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    ArcspacE Banned

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    They have some of the weirdest role-play pron I've ever seen
     
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    spasm Alan Hutton

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    yup...boggling...but there's one with michelle wild and nikki belucci that is really good..
     
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    mick cooper Neil Sullivan

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    this is how to destroy a film, in print

    W.E.
    Dir: Madonna; Starring: Abbie Cornish, Andrea Riseborough, James D’Arcy.
    15 cert, 119 min
    Madonna has been touring her biopic of Wallis Simpson around film festivals since last September, when it was received in Venice about as warmly as a six-foot rise in sea levels. The film has since been back in the cutting room, but like the Terminator T-1000 robot striding away from an exploding truck, its awfulness has emerged almost entirely unscathed.
    W.E. tells the stories of two women: the notorious royal mistress Wallis Simpson (Andrea Riseborough) and an unhappy present-day Manhattan socialite called Wally Winthrop (Abbie Cornish). The screenplay, written by Madonna with what can only be described as not enough help from the filmmaker Alek Keshishian, thwocks back and forth between them like a wonky shuttlerooster.
    Wally is obsessed with her near-namesake, and escapes her loveless, sexless marriage by loitering around an auction house which is about to hold a sale of Mrs Simpson’s personal effects. Here, she befriends Evgeni (Oscar Issac), a catwalk-handsome Russian security guard who also happens to be a writer, intellectual and gifted pianist.
    Between the scenes of Wally ogling Wallis’s riches and resenting her infertile, unfaithful, abusive and possibly homosexual husband, Madonna shows us the ups and downs of Wallis’s relationship with Edward VIII (James D’Arcy). As both women discover the meaning and cost of true love, they psychically comfort one another across time and space, and also swap style tips.
    Madonna’s skill with the camera seems to extend to her being able to turn it on, but not a great deal further: to liven up an argument between Wallis and Edward, she has her romantic leads inexplicably run around a tree trunk. Later, we see Wallis dancing the Charleston with an African tribeswoman to the strains of 'Pretty Vacant’ by The Sex Pistols in front of a Charlie Chaplin film, which must be a strong contender for the most garbled, half-baked image in cinema history.
    W.E. is — still — a stultifyingly vapid film, festooned with moments of pure aesthetic idiocy. With characteristic humbleness, Madonna performs a song called 'Masterpiece’ over the end credits, although one can’t help but feel that her 2003 number one single 'Sorry’ might have been more appropriate.
     
  18. markysimmo

    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    GLENROYID Ruel Fox

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    Recently watched the first sherlock holmes and thought it was excellent...whats the new one like?
     
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    paxtonwolf Steve Sedgley

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    Saw it 2 weeks ago, we actually thought it was better than the first. Would recommend watching
     

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