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« Reply #6180 on: Monday, July 17, 2017, 10:40:34 »

Trumbo on Netflix starring Bryan Cranston.

Watch it, its very good.
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« Reply #6181 on: Friday, July 21, 2017, 21:45:42 »

Dunkirk. Very good.
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« Reply #6182 on: Friday, July 21, 2017, 21:50:19 »

Already planning to see it when I get back. Sounds extremely promising from the reviews I've limited myself to
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« Reply #6183 on: Friday, July 21, 2017, 22:15:45 »

Dunkirk. Very good.

I really want to watch it, I'm just a little aware it might be a bit of an attack on the senses, particularly sound, which I'm a bit sensitive about. I much preferred watching Nolan's Batman films on DVD, and having heard Kenneth Branagh say that he wanted to make the audience feel they'd been through an ordeal, I think I'll wait.

Short reviews of films I've seen on planes recently...

Lion - Well made and acted but if you know the basic outline of the story, then it's all a bit obvious.

Moonlight - Not sure what the point was. Kid has difficult set of circumstances growing up. The end.

Manchester by the sea - harrowing and heartfelt, much more worthy of a best picture award.

Fences - Good drama about an imperfect man trying to do his best and failing, and the effect on his family.
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« Reply #6184 on: Saturday, July 22, 2017, 15:41:08 »

Dunkirk. Very good.

I was expecting great things after all the hype and some very good reviews, but it really annoyed me. Will hold off on any more comment until a few more people have seen it, but would be interested to hear other views.
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« Reply #6185 on: Monday, July 24, 2017, 09:15:59 »

Watched Safe House last night.

Not amazing but, decent acting from Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington.
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« Reply #6186 on: Monday, July 24, 2017, 11:47:55 »

I saw Dunkirk last night and thought it was was excellent, for me it's a film that should be watched in a cinema for the big screen experience.

Nolan nailed it again for me, superb director
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« Reply #6187 on: Monday, July 24, 2017, 12:58:30 »

I was expecting great things after all the hype and some very good reviews, but it really annoyed me. Will hold off on any more comment until a few more people have seen it, but would be interested to hear other views.

I saw Dunkirk last night and thought it was was excellent, for me it's a film that should be watched in a cinema for the big screen experience.

Nolan nailed it again for me, superb director

Interesting. We are going to watch it at the IMAX at Waterloo on Friday. Never been before but seems like the perfect place to watch it. Hans Zimmer did the soundtrack and he usually nails it as well. (the Inception soundtrack was awesome)
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