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  • nickthegun 25 Sep 2020 10:31:42 83,331 posts
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    Ironically, the did switch her character up (a little). She was all cool and chilled at the beginning, starting her nice life and then *bam*.

    Thats was 90 seconds of character development, right?
  • creepiest-lizard 25 Sep 2020 10:41:46 2,162 posts
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    They could have made her crazy again and believing that the events of the first two films was a massive hallucination.
    Is it worth watching?
  • nickthegun 25 Sep 2020 10:43:13 83,331 posts
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    Yeah, itís alright if you just want a competent action movie.
  • Vortex808 25 Sep 2020 11:58:25 14,109 posts
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    anephric wrote:
    At this point I have to make the compulsory mention of Ultraviolet with all its 90s haircuts and Jack Davenport still inexplicably having a career.
    I really liked that at the time, I wonder how badly it's aged?

    I still think it was a shame it only got one series.
  • Lukus 25 Sep 2020 12:14:54 23,687 posts
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    I would like an indie film about a future where Terminator sequels have reached triple figures and so a robot assassin is sent back in time by a Hollywood exec to kill James Cameron and stop the franchise from ever being born.

    Edited by Lukus at 12:15:40 25-09-2020
  • sport 25 Sep 2020 12:39:25 16,342 posts
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    Lukus wrote:
    I would like an indie film about a future where Terminator sequels have reached triple figures and so a robot assassin is sent back in time by a Hollywood exec to kill James Cameron and stop the franchise from ever being born.
    And then the sequel to that indie where a young Zack Snyder has an idea for a league of robot assassins.
  • Lukus 25 Sep 2020 12:44:07 23,687 posts
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    Plot twist; the Hollywood Exec IS James Cameron, kept alive only through cybernetic augmentation, paid for by the fortunes amassed through never ending licensing of the Terminator franchise.

    Also directed by James Cameron.
  • convz 25 Sep 2020 14:26:53 1,207 posts
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    Decks wrote:
    Yeah I wouldn't lose your head over the little girl, I'd advise pushing on with it.
    Thanks, saw this and am trying to push through. Itís so unsettling but also super compelling. Probably the best story Iíve ever seen in a horror movie
  • Decks 25 Sep 2020 14:37:28 26,870 posts
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    It was just a lil joke to be honest. But yeah it's a very good film.
  • irrelevanthuman 25 Sep 2020 16:47:34 447 posts
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    The Lighthouse

    Incredible imagery, performances and sound design. Also contains the best salty sea dog monologue since Quintís Indianapolis speech.

    8/10
  • chopsen 25 Sep 2020 19:10:10 21,250 posts
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    Lukus wrote:
    I would like an indie film about a future where Terminator sequels have reached triple figures and so a robot assassin is sent back in time by a Hollywood exec to kill James Cameron and stop the franchise from ever being born.
    That is sort of the plot of an episode of Future Man
  • convz 25 Sep 2020 21:50:29 1,207 posts
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    Decks wrote:
    It was just a lil joke to be honest. But yeah it's a very good film.
    omg I'm so dense, totally missed that :D You were right too!
  • Dougs 26 Sep 2020 07:32:26 95,995 posts
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    Bill and Ted 3. That was awful and brilliant at the same time. Objectively, it's really rubbish but it also manages to hit the nostalgia feels which meant I still quite enjoyed it. Keanu's forehead was distracting all the way through

    3/10 or 7.5/10 if a fan of the originals

    Edited by Dougs at 07:33:04 26-09-2020
  • Youthist 26 Sep 2020 07:33:45 14,359 posts
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    I wish a mod would just say it they ever intend to fix this spam issue or is it the decision to leave it just part of the strategy to kill the forum off ?
  • Dougs 26 Sep 2020 07:37:13 95,995 posts
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    It's on EGs list of things to do but not near the top.
  • dominalien 26 Sep 2020 08:45:43 9,936 posts
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    Thirst

    Korean film about a priest trying to do right. As recommended by a very fine human being during the talk about vampire films.

    A tad too long, perhaps. Once it gets going it's a hoot. Characters are excellent. Basically the best thing I've seen in a while.

    9/10

    Edited by dominalien at 08:46:56 26-09-2020
  • dfunked09 26 Sep 2020 10:51:03 517 posts
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    @dominalien
    Must try that one again... Found it very slow to get going and I wasn't in the mood for subs at the time (or I'd had a couple of drinks...)
    It's by the oldboy director IIRC?

    On a Korean tip I watched #Alive last night... Solid enough zombie outbreak type thing. 6/10
  • TechnoHippy 26 Sep 2020 11:47:52 17,842 posts
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    The First Purge

    The first film seemed like a fun, but preposterous idea - with each film it seems ever more plausible. This is a fine prequel, there's no great surprises. Well, apart from how a gang are ninja super soldiers. It does get silly towards the end, but otherwise it's fine.

    6/10
  • TechnoHippy 26 Sep 2020 19:45:30 17,842 posts
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    Halloween (2018)

    I stopped watching the series after the third one (I think), but this was better than I expected. It does suffer from the standard horror film trope of people doing stupid things and being a greater danger to themselves than the killer is, but overall it was an interesting take on the tale.

    7/10
  • JoeBlade 26 Sep 2020 20:49:58 5,318 posts
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    A Million Ways to Die in the West

    I started watching it twice and was about to give up at the same point (about half an hour in) but since it was mostly on in the background I left it on.

    To my surprise it got a couple of laughs out of me later on. It was also refreshingly absurd in places and I really liked a number of the cameos. Not great but definitely not as terrible as I expected it would be either, the beginning is the worst part for sure.

    6.5 or maybe 7/10
  • creepiest-lizard 26 Sep 2020 21:57:54 2,162 posts
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    The invitation.

    A man is invited to a dinner party by his ex-wife and as the evening progresses and gets weirder he starts to question her motives for inviting him and his new girlfriend.
    A decent horror film that effectively builds the tension. It says a lot about dealing with loss too.
    It has a great final scene as well.
    7/10
  • spindle9988 26 Sep 2020 23:38:26 5,169 posts
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    I really liked the new terminator film....am I still cool?
  • chopsen 27 Sep 2020 00:32:04 21,250 posts
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    No
  • Dolly 27 Sep 2020 06:55:23 3,615 posts
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    Rum_Monkey wrote:
    30 Days of Night

    Spent the first 20 minutes wondering what happened to Josh Harnetts career, then I realised he had evolved into Holden from The Expanse. Its uncanny how similar those two are.

    But its a decent vampire flick with a cool concept and some brutal vampires. Starts strong, sags in the middle and then ends strongly.

    7.5/10
    I watched this again the other day, and the thing I genuinely like most about it is that it is essentially them playing hide and seek for 29 days against vampires.
  • richarddavies 27 Sep 2020 07:19:51 7,943 posts
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    Dolly wrote:
    Rum_Monkey wrote:
    30 Days of Night

    Spent the first 20 minutes wondering what happened to Josh Harnetts career, then I realised he had evolved into Holden from The Expanse. Its uncanny how similar those two are.

    But its a decent vampire flick with a cool concept and some brutal vampires. Starts strong, sags in the middle and then ends strongly.

    7.5/10
    I watched this again the other day, and the thing I genuinely like most about it is that it is essentially them playing hide and seek for 29 days against vampires.
    Thing that really bugged me about the movie was josh Harnetts seemed fine hiding from the vampires the whole movie then about 60 seconds from dawn he decides to turn in to vampire, then does fuck all of any note with his new power then dies when dawn comes anyway. they could of just hid for 1 more minute. Fucking me off thinking about it.
  • creepiest-lizard 27 Sep 2020 07:26:59 2,162 posts
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    Well, he did kill the head vampire..
  • Not-a-reviewer 27 Sep 2020 07:44:17 6,533 posts
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    Vertigo 5/10

    Should have been 30 minutes less and has fewer creepy/rapey scenes, like him taking the woman to his home and stripping her while sheís unconscious, her just agreeing to let him look after her after theyíve been on one date.

    I know it was the 50s but the women are weird.
  • richarddavies 27 Sep 2020 08:05:31 7,943 posts
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    creepiest-lizard wrote:
    Well, he did kill the head vampire..
    Why though when all he had to do was wait another 60 seconds and he'd die anyway? I'm writing to my local mp about this. Josh Hartnett must be stopped!
  • creepiest-lizard 27 Sep 2020 08:09:40 2,162 posts
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    Because because...Just because. More importantly, why did he think injecting himself would have that effect?
  • Mola_Ram 27 Sep 2020 08:52:57 24,589 posts
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    Delicatessen

    Hadn't seen this in years and years - so long that I'd forgotten most of the plot. My online partner saw it pop up on a streaming service, and we watched it together.

    It really holds up! It's hard to believe that a film that looks this good was made on a budget of less than $4m, but I guess a bit of imagination goes a long way. (that and $4m was probably worth a bit more back in 1991)

    The sets are great, the characters are great, the impromptu musical numbers are great. The only thing which fell a bit flat for me was the side plot about the vegetarian mole-people, it didn't really feel like it went anywhere.

    But yeah, great film.

    8.5/10
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