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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 3:54 pm    Post subject: Re: Last film you saw and rating Reply with quote

aviddiva wrote:
I've seen Nowhere Boy, finally.


If you watched it at a cinema, did you see a trailer for a film about a man whose children weren't visiting him this Christmas so he decided to visit them instead? He found they had been telling him white lies about how well they were all doing. One of our group wanted to see it but none of us caught the title, can you help please?
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2010 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Saw the film I have been asking about this week. Its called 'Everybodys Fine' and stars Robert DeNiro and Kate Beckinsdale. The story is about a man whose wife has recently died who decides to visit his four children when they all cry off from visiting him for the weekend. He finds that they have all exaggerated their success because they didn't want to disappoint him. An enjoyable film but very 'American'!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:51 pm    Post subject: Last film you saw and rating Reply with quote

I've seen 'Everybody's Fine' too. I'm sure the child actor meant to be Drew Barrymore's character when young also took the part of Veruca Salt in the Tim Burton 'Charlie & The Chocolate Factory'!

I'm surprised nobody's done a film about what happened to the characters in that later on - did Mike Teavee become a high-powered TV exec, say?
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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 8:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I watched "Nowhere Boy" on the flight back home and really enjoyed it.. I could watch it over again also.
The chap who played Lennon's part was quite believable although I do think they could have got a slightly more realistic Paul McCartney?
Not sure about the amount of swearing however.. certainly wasn't the case in my world back then.
As somebody mentioned.. they never once mentioned "Beatles"! Shocked silver or otherwise..
Good film.
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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 8:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I watched "Nowhere Boy" on the flight back home and really enjoyed it.. I could watch it over again also.
The chap who played Lennon's part was quite believable although I do think they could have got a slightly more realistic Paul McCartney?
Not sure about the amount of swearing however.. certainly wasn't the case in my world back then.
As somebody mentioned.. they never once mentioned "Beatles"! Shocked silver or otherwise..
Good film.


My wife bought it on DVD the other day so we'll watch it soon. I hope the film managed to maintain the integrity of the book upon which it's based - the writings of Julia Baird (Lennon's sister) whose autobiography makes absolutely rivetting reading - because so often they don't.

Julia's book, along with that of Lennon's first wife Cynthia, both provide an insight which contradicts the public image that Lennon enjoyed.
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PostPosted: Fri May 28, 2010 3:28 pm    Post subject: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Reply with quote

Got this out on DVD as I missed it at the cinema. Andy Serkis was excellent as Ian Dury, and I think I'm going to have to read Will Birch's biography of Dury to get more information about his marriages and children.

The film concentrated on his relationship with his son, Baxter (played by Bill Milner who also portrayed the Christian cult member in 'Son Of Rambow'). The way they told it, Baxter's schooling was disorganised as Dury wouldn't speak to his teachers much. There were also flashbacks to Dury's early life and the school he was at.

It also told of how Dury dropped his band when he became successful, and how he went downhill after. The sequence that leads to him writing 'Spasticus Autisticus' was great - he wouldn't stand (no pun intended) for the patronising attitudes towards disabled people at the time.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:51 am    Post subject: Last film you saw and rating Reply with quote

'Australia' must be the first film I've seen where I actually longed for one of those silly Five idents to come onscreen! My sister lent us it as she's a fan of Hugh Jackman who portrayed the Drover.

Trouble is, there was too little of him and rather too much of Nicole Kidman, who besides being a poor actress, displays her rubbish singing talents to poor Nullah (the half-caste boy) when explaining The Wizard of Oz to him! She made Cheryl Cole seem like Christina Booth of Magenta.

It's basically Baz Luhrmann's attempt to do The African Queen in an Australian setting, though Nullah seems to be Short Round from Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom with added Aboriginal mysticism.

The scene where Nullah reunites with his grandfather as 'Nimrod' comes on the soundtrack is a bit wrong - it just made me think of The Enid doing that tune live! You wonder why Kate Bush's 'The Dreaming' or Judie Tzuke's 'City Of Swimming Pools' wasn't used.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Think I'll give Australia a swerve,aviddiva..... Very Happy I liked Nicole Kidman's singing efforts in Moulin Rouge...adore that film....it's on 5 tonight

The last film I watched and enjoyed was Caramel, a film I recorded a while ago from BBC 4..it's about the everyday lives of five Lebanese women and to save me explanations.... Smile


Synopsis taken from Wiki

Caramel revolves around the intersecting lives of five Lebanese women. Layale (Nadine Labaki) works in a beauty salon in Beirut along with two other women, Nisrine (Yasmine Al Masri) and Rima (Joanna Moukarzel). Each one has a problem: Layale is stuck in a dead-end relationship with a married man; Nisrine is no longer a virgin but is set to be married and in her conservative family where pre-marital sex is not accepted; Rima is attracted to women; Jamale (Gisèle Aouad), a regular customer and wannabe actress, is worried about getting old; Rose (Sihame Haddad), a tailor with a shop next to the salon, is an old woman who had devoted her life to taking care of her mentally unbalanced older sister Lili (Aziza Semaan), but has found her first love. The film doesn't refer to any of the political problems or recent warfare that has troubled Lebanon. Rather, Labaki's tale paints everyday people with everyday problems.

In the film Nisrine has an operation to ensure her husband thinks she is still a virgin.... Shocked and one of her friends says she will kill a bird to provide blood for the marital bed... Shocked
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 3:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just watched "The Men Who Stare at Goats"

After it was finished, I thought "I enjoyed that. I wonder what it was all about"
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 10:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Number Six wrote:
Just watched "The Men Who Stare at Goats"

After it was finished, I thought "I enjoyed that. I wonder what it was all about"


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 4:51 pm    Post subject: Last film you saw and rating Reply with quote

I watched most of 'The Pursuit Of Happyness' on Five last night. As per usual it was interrupted by entertainment news.

It should really have been called 'The Pursuit Of An Oscar' as it saw Will Smith fall victim to Clown Plays Hamlet syndrome. Yes, it's sad that people in Philadelphia have trouble finding work, but I don't need the former Fresh Prince of Bel Air telling me so and putting his child in the act when employment in the North of England isn't exactly plentiful.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have just watched the taking of pelham 123(the remake not the original)
I think John Travolta is excellent as a baddie and he plays a good role here.If you want a film you dont have to think about but is still good this could be it
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 3:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've seen a couple over the weekend that I thought were good

Finally got to see Blue Velvet after seeing bits and pieces over the years not sure how i'd missed it as I love Lynch's other films. Hopper was great as Frank, good film, not sure OH liked it though

Kick-Ass - no i'm not a teenager but have a soft spot for comicbook movies, this is my favorite film of the year so far. Really enjoyed
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The last film I watched was The Silence of Lorna ....wished I hadn't bothered

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1186369/

Sokol and Lorna, two Albanian emigrants in Belgium, dream of leaving their dreary jobs to set up a snack bar...

And dreary just about sums the film up....
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I have just watched the taking of pelham 123(the remake not the original)
I think John Travolta is excellent as a baddie and he plays a good role here.If you want a film you dont have to think about but is still good this could be it


Hmmm. Takes all sorts and all that. I didn't think it was a patch on the original. Travolta was OK but indistinguishable from any other current villain. No where near as good as the awesome Robert Shaw - a much missed talent. Did he ever give a less than memorable performance. Denzil was much better as Gerber, though still not up tp Matthau
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Two films I've watched recently..La Boucher an odd little French film which I quite enjoyed...I think Smile and In Bruges which started off with great potential then trailed off into daftness.....very disappointing.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Saw the Pianist this week, loved it especially the music. Well worth the oscar.

I thought Australia was ok but preferred the first ending rather than the second.

I have a copy of Nine on dvd borrowed, I love Daniel day Lewis always worth watching a film with him in, as well as Sophia Loren and Judi Dench, but I dislike most films with Cruz or Hudson. Anyone seen it ?
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 5:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

becky sharp wrote:
Two films I've watched recently..La Boucher an odd little French film which I quite enjoyed...I think Smile and In Bruges which started off with great potential then trailed off into daftness.....very disappointing.


Oh! I thoroughly enjoyed In Bruges. Cracking dialogue and Brendan Gleeson was terrific Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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becky sharp wrote:
Two films I've watched recently..La Boucher an odd little French film which I quite enjoyed...I think Smile and In Bruges which started off with great potential then trailed off into daftness.....very disappointing.


Oh! I thoroughly enjoyed In Bruges. Cracking dialogue and Brendan Gleeson was terrific Laughing
The best thing about it was Brendan Gleeson..can't think I've seen him in anything else and he is a terrific actor...it sort of descended into farce which for me as I've said was disappointing, I thought it could have been so much better...
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 6:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Number Six wrote:
becky sharp wrote:
Two films I've watched recently..La Boucher an odd little French film which I quite enjoyed...I think Smile and In Bruges which started off with great potential then trailed off into daftness.....very disappointing.


Oh! I thoroughly enjoyed In Bruges. Cracking dialogue and Brendan Gleeson was terrific Laughing
The best thing about it was Brendan Gleeson..can't think I've seen him in anything else and he is a terrific actor...it sort of descended into farce which for me as I've said was disappointing, I thought it could have been so much better...


He's probably best known for playing "Mad-Eye" Moody in the Potter films but he was also excellent playing Churchill recently
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I daren't mention the last film I saw. That said - it was jolly good! Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2010 9:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Number Six wrote:


He's probably best known for playing "Mad-Eye" Moody in the Potter films but he was also excellent playing Churchill recently
Of course...

C'mon Colin ...spill the beans... Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Station Agent ......what a smashing little film this is....

When his only friend dies, a man born with dwarfism moves to rural New Jersey to live a life of solitude, only to meet a chatty hot dog vendor and a woman dealing with her own personal loss.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0340377/
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:52 pm    Post subject: last film Reply with quote

ferris buellers day off hope i spelt it right
i thought it was great
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A Del Torro weekend on Film 4

Cronos and the Devils Backbone were on that I haven't seen and Pans Labrinth that I had.

Cronos is ok a bit odd more of DT special effects in this.

Devils Backbone, great film one of my favorites i've seen this year.

Pans Lanbrinth is just a great, sad little story of trying to get away from reality
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'Anvil! The Story Of Anvil' (2008)

After watching this you have got to ask "Is this for real"......Very Happy good though.

http://blog.moviefone.com/2008/01/19/sundance-review-anvil-the-story-of-anvil/
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This week I have been watching the Watchmen and it's still my favortie film from last year.

Cloverfield was on last night, it isn't bad saw at the pictures and didn't know much about it, so was pleasantly surprised how different it was, but similar to Blair Witch once you've seen it once that's as much as you need.

Saw a trailer for Tron this week, oooooh it loooks good Razz
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 4:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just watched Robin Hood.

I was expecting to hear something like "My name is Robin Hood, loyal servant of King Richard the First and I will have my time, in this forest or the next"

A bit overlong perhaps but not a bad effort, I thought. At least we are spared the over the top acting and the girlie big hair and I didn't have to wonder where " Naddingum" was
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Eisenstein's "Battleship Potemkin". Now there's a ground-breaking film.
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The last film I went to see was the one about Ian Dury, I didn't realise he was so much like Kenneth Williams Rolling Eyes
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Kenneth Williams?? Shocked ooooo, hit me, hit me, hit me....
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Just seen The Ghost with Ewan MacGregor and Pierce Brosnan. Very much one of those dark paranoia thrillers, bit like The Parallex View from the 60s. She who must be obeyed was disappointed that Brozza didn't get more screen time though
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Toy Story 3, and I'm not to manly to admit it almost had me in tears, actually saw the extra' s last night and the bit where all the actors are back together and they find the original kid who played Andy (7 in the first film) and that nearly did the same.

Film of the Year
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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest was on Film 4 so I recorded it. It's been decades since I saw it and Mrs Six never has. Thirty five years old and it's still a powerful piece of drama with Nicholson at his best. Well deserving of it's five major Oscars and the ending is still a kick in the guts
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"Cuckoos Nest" is one of the very few films (maybe the only film?) which has matched my mental image of the characters and settings when compared to the book upon which it is based. I remember reading Ken Kesey's book, which was a student "must-read" in the early/mid 70s and naturally I had in my mind's eye what the ward looked like. Milos Foreman's film was uncannily accurate!

The only thing that didn't really match was Jack Nicholson; in the book McMurphy was a crazy red-head Irishman which Nicholson wasn't! However, he did play the role perfectly.

One of my top 10 films. I must watch the DVD sometime again soon - I can't imagine it being broken up by TV commercials!
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Just seen The Ghost with Ewan MacGregor and Pierce Brosnan. Very much one of those dark paranoia thrillers, bit like The Parallex View from the 60s. She who must be obeyed was disappointed that Brozza didn't get more screen time though
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I remember seeing Cuckoo's Nest in London when it first came out.. it was a good film, but the thing I won't forget was the London audience.. all through the film, they clapped and shouted out comment as though it were a stage play! very strange them London folk...
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"Cuckoos Nest" is one of the very few films (maybe the only film?) which has matched my mental image of the characters and settings when compared to the book upon which it is based. I remember reading Ken Kesey's book, which was a student "must-read" in the early/mid 70s and naturally I had in my mind's eye what the ward looked like. Milos Foreman's film was uncannily accurate!


I didn't read Cuckoos Nest but read the Cool Aid Acid Test which was the story about Kersey after he started getting his money from Cuckoos Nest, have you read it?
A fairly "messy" time was had by all and spent quite a long time driving around the US in an old school bus playing music very loud and dropping whatever was available
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I didn't read Cuckoos Nest but read the Cool Aid Acid Test which was the story about Kersey after he started getting his money from Cuckoos Nest, have you read it?


Oh yes. The "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" was also essential reading for aspiring hippies and drop-outs in its day.

It's said that Kesey inspired The Beatles with their Magical Mystery Tour (the decorated bus, etc).

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A fairly "messy" time was had by all and spent quite a long time driving around the US in an old school bus playing music very loud and dropping whatever was available


And at a time when LSD wasn't an illegal substance, either. Quite amazing really.
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Oh yes. The "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" was also essential reading for aspiring hippies and drop-outs in its day.


Yes that's the one, thanks for the correction

ColinB wrote:
It's said that Kesey inspired The Beatles with their Magical Mystery Tour (the decorated bus, etc).

One of my favorite pieces in the book, they go to see the Beatles at some baseball ground somewhere and didn't have a good time there, and the fact that the Beatles didn't turn up at Kersey's "place" they decided not to "like" the Beatles after that, but once the Beatles has released the magical mystery tour they were back on the invite list. I don't think they influenced the Beatles I think they just came to the same point.

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And at a time when LSD wasn't an illegal substance, either. Quite amazing really.


Having been a person who dabbled into things he wouldn't be so proud of when he got older, I can't believe that LSD was legal. Then again it would be slightly hypocritical of the government to test it's soldiers with it and not the let the populous have a go
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