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Goal 2 -  3/10 

Fuck me what a mess. Thought the first one was bad, this is just hilarious.  Laughable story and completely unrealistic. Nick Cannon a footballer? Brilliant casting. 

Also, what the fuck did they line up as? 

Raul----Ronaldo--Harris

Robinho---Munez---Beckham

Guti--Zidane

R.Carlos-----Ramos

Casillas

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

Watched Goal as a kid and thought it was mediocre then, didn't bother with the second and it's probably painful viewing now that I'm all grown up.

 

3rd one will give you aids. Not even joking

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Falling Down (1993)

 

Very enjoyable and suspenseful thriller. Michael Douglas killed it. I think his character is (besides a lunatic) quite a tragic figure. The delivery of the big ending line "I'm the bad guy?" was brilliant. 

 

8/10

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6 minutes ago, True Blue said:

Office Christmas Party 5/10

 

I switched that off after 10 minutes. Sounds like I made the right decision.

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Just now, HoneyNUFC said:

I switched that off after 10 minutes. Sounds like I made the right decision.

Lately comedies have become very generic, same old jokes and the humor is non existent.

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1 hour ago, True Blue said:

Lately comedies have become very generic, same old jokes and the humor is non existent.

The storylines are usually shit as well. What was it like in this one as I turned it off too early to know? xD

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Beauty and the Beast - 5/10

Wife wanted to see it, so I surprised her with tickets. Luckily, after the movie we both thought the play was better and that the movie was rather blah. I'm just glad that's over.

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2 hours ago, HoneyNUFC said:

The storylines are usually shit as well. What was it like in this one as I turned it off too early to know? xD

Well if you have time to waste give it a go

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The Emperor's New Groove.

8/10.

This guy is a great side character. 

 

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Star wars the force awakens. 6.5/10.

A nice film but Too much like the original. To much of an  unexplained gap since the 6th episode. 

And lots that doesn't make sense.  Like Luke going to brood over losing one jedi by sitting for a decade on a  island on a lone planet.

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Wasn’t feeling too well the other day, but to my delight I found that Ghostbusters II was on (UK) Netflix. 

To think that the initial plan for Ghostbusters (1984) was to star John Belushi, Eddie Murphy and possibly even John Candy…

Oh man, John Candy. Any film would be all the richer for having that great man’s presence on screen! 

I refuse, however, to go anywhere near the 2016 Ghostbusters re-vamp 

 

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I really dont get the hyoe around Casino, its basically Goodfellas in Las Vegas. Same characters and everything, suprised that Scorcese made something so ridiculously similiar. 

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1 hour ago, Cannabis said:

Casino (1995)

Was recommended this by a few lads in work so gave it a watch today while it's the Easter holidays. It's not as good as Mafia hits such as Goodfellas but it's still a really good watch with thanks to Robert de Niro and Joe Pesci in the lead roles, as brutal as I expected and a really good, captivating story. If I'm being brutally honest it would have been better being condensed into two hours as it is a bit of a marathon but that's just me. 

7/10

I think Goodfellas is a better movie, but I personally prefer Casino; there's more nuance, it's more aesthetically pleasing (I love the backdrop of Las Vegas) and if it somewhat lacks in script compared to Goodfellas, it certainly makes up for it in depth of characters and social dynamics. Also, I prefer more screen time with de Niro and Pesci, not a big fan of Liotta. Both are 10/10 for me though.

 

Anyway, the last movie I watched: They Call Me Trinity (1970). A Terence Hill and Bud Spencer classic, brilliantly entertaining, unpretentious and funny spaghetti western parody with a lot of action, shootouts, brawls, silly cheap jokes and over the top characters. A cult movie. 8/10

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16 hours ago, tarzanontoast said:

Wasn’t feeling too well the other day, but to my delight I found that Ghostbusters II was on (UK) Netflix. 

To think that the initial plan for Ghostbusters (1984) was to star John Belushi, Eddie Murphy and possibly even John Candy…

Oh man, John Candy. Any film would be all the richer for having that great man’s presence on screen! 

I refuse, however, to go anywhere near the 2016 Ghostbusters re-vamp 

 

Didn't ghost busters start out as a Saturday night live sketch before becoming a movie? 

It's amazing how many great comedy  actors have come up through Saturday night live. Everyone from Chevy Chase to Tina Fey and everyone in between. Almost every great American comedian i can think of made their way into the industry through SNL.

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15 hours ago, FOYM said:

I really dont get the hyoe around Casino, its basically Goodfellas in Las Vegas. Same characters and everything, suprised that Scorcese made something so ridiculously similiar. 

 Agree they are similar but i like the cast of Casino more and it has better replay value for me. 

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40 minutes ago, Harry said:

Didn't ghost busters start out as a Saturday night live sketch before becoming a movie? 

It's amazing how many great comedy  actors have come up through Saturday night live. Everyone from Chevy Chase to Tina Fey and everyone in between. Almost every great American comedian i can think of made their way into the industry through SNL.

It may well have been a SNL sketch. You’re right, that show is almost a rite of passage for US comedians. 

I had a brief Wikipedia browse after watching Ghostbusters, because I’m a geek like that :) That was where I discovered the roles were written with Belushi, Murphy and Candy in mind, as well as:

"The original story as written by Aykroyd was much more ambitious—and unfocused—than what would be eventually filmed; in Aykroyd's original vision, a group of Ghostbusters would travel through time, space and other dimensions taking on huge ghosts (of which the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man was just one of many)."

Well done for deciding to set it in New York, lads. Vast improvement! 

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Sounds a bit like Doctor Who!

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Saw Shark Night 3D, with the expectation of it being a decent 'really good bad movie' like the Sharknado series, but nope. It was terrible from the get go. The only solace were Sara Paxton and Katherine McPhee. Both very easy on the eyes. 

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On 12/04/2017 at 3:10 PM, ATL said:

The Godfather - 10/10

Was on the television last night, and since I couldn't sleep, I flip it over just a few minutes into the movie. I ended up saying up and watching the whole thing, and it amazes me that this is a movie I can watch for the 100th time, and it still gets me. This is just the best movie, maybe even #2 is more so, that I have ever seen.

These are timeless. All time GOAT films. :congrats:

 

 

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La La Land - If it wasn't for the whole musical aspect of it, I might've bumped this up higher but as it was it was a good film but not worth all the hype. 7.5/10

Sully - 7.5/10

The Great Wall - 5.5/10

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6 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

SPECTRE (2016):

Re-watched this with the Mrs tonight, I'm such a James Bond fanboy that if they had him tracking down Purple Aki I'd lap it up. 

10/10

 

10/10? Spectre? Get outta here. Casino Royal maybe, but not that bloody mess! 

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In my books 5/10 is a good score. It is the average score. Anything higher is better than normal, anything less is trash. Most people seem to think good scores start at 7 or 8.

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Just now, Cannabis said:

I must say I agree with that, the amount of reviews you see basically summing something up as ''average'' before going on to give it a 7 or 8 is laughable. 

I wouldn't go as far as to say that 5 is a good score but I do agree that a 5/10 film should by definition be average.

Well, by good I mean 'watchable' and not absolute gash that is unintentionally hilarious or unwatchable. I almost need two scores. Twilight for instance is horrible but I enjoyed it immensely because of how bad it is. As a film it is a 3/10, as a bad film my enjoyment was about 8/10.

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Rogue One 6/10 

I think this suffers because I liked the last Star Wars film and every Star Wars geek I know went on about how this film was so much better and a massive improvement. I'm sure it was much better in cinema but on DVD I spent the whole film waiting to be enticed and engrossed and it never really happened.

 

Fantastic beasts and where to find them - 8/10

im not a Harry Potter fanatic so agreed to watch it with my girlfriend and i was surprised by how much I enjoyed it and got in to the film. I'd definitely watch the next two films. 

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Karate Kid, it was a free rental on xbox and i LOVE THE SHIT OUT OF THAT MOVIE

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8 hours ago, Cannabis said:

What's it about? :ph34r:

aliens..... I know right what a twist?!?

 

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Saw Viva Cuba, expecting it to be a serious, political movie, when in fact it's a nice, charming little movie about friendship. Loved it.

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