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What was the last film you watched?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Mel O'Drama, Sep 24, 2016.

  1. Seaviewer

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    Toy Story

    The problem I've always had with this is that the the "real" characters (the humans and the dog) are animated in the same style as the toys so it's hard to tell them apart. I wonder if the ever considered animating the toys against a live-action background and, if so, why they decided against it.
     
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    I watched Triggered which focuses on gun crime in schools in the US (it was ok...), and Murder Mystery with Jennifer Aniston. It was silly but a lot of fun.
     
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    Stories about faith are always difficult to discuss so I won't even go there, but if you have some interest in/affinity with the Catholic church then you'll probably enjoy this movie.
    And Colin O'Donoghue looks very pretty (bring on the Thorn Birds remake!)
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    The Haunting of Sharon Tate (2019)



    Don't bother to watch, it was honestly such a waste of time.
     
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    Toy Story 2

    Sideshow Bob and Hello Newman join the cast.
     
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    ALL ABOUT EVE.

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    Toy Story 3

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    Cold Pursuit with 'our Liam'.

    It was the biggest pile of crap.
     
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    REAR WINDOW.

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    Rear Window is a great one!

    I watched Rosemary's Baby recently. So well done.
     
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    Jaws

     
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    SHADOW OF A DOUBT

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    Rocketman.

    Thought that it pi**ed over Bohemian Rhapsody (which I loved) because it was a warts and all film.

    I also adore Taron Egerton.
     
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    In Bruges (2008)

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    An idiosyncratic gem - funny, violent and surprisingly touching. Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell are the business.
     
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    I just watch "Venom", the movie was okay but not really my favorite Marvel action hero movies.

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    Domestic Disturbance with John Travolta

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    Blair Witch meets Wicker Man. It was OK, but a waste of time nonetheless.
     
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    Dark Shadows
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    what did you think of it? if i hadn't known it was a comedy before i saw it i would really have hated it and so i viewed it as a comedy which what it sadly is. Burton on purpose has said he made it that way to pass the fans off and it worked. which is why it's not one of his biggest hits and i get why too. as for what i watched? that would be an old classic "Dead End' From (1937) has any of you guys or gals seen it yet? it's the 1st film appearance of The Dead End Kids later morphed into the east side kids and again later renamed The Bowery Boys

    and when you watch it compared to the stuff they did much later on they look so damn young. hell Huntz Hall was like 16 when he filmed it in (1937) he was what 37 or 38 when he stopped played the role that's 21 years he was doing those roles (1937-1958) a good steady paycheck i think don't you my score 10/10
     
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