The SMB Movie thread 2020

niknak_123

Striker
Soldier Blue

a Western from 1970 that starts as a nice Sunday afternoon Western about a soldier taking a wifey ( her who played Murphy Brown) to safety. Takes a turn for the worse and there’s a Tarantino style ending. True story apparently, the ending that is

6.5/10
 

Cypher

Winger
Creep 2. 6/10.

Nothing whatsoever to do with the first one so I don't know why it was titled as such.

Pretty generic horror film with some decent ideas.
 
Soldier Blue

a Western from 1970 that starts as a nice Sunday afternoon Western about a soldier taking a wifey ( her who played Murphy Brown) to safety. Takes a turn for the worse and there’s a Tarantino style ending. True story apparently, the ending that is

6.5/10
I saw this at the pictures in Ocean Road when it came out, I would have been 5.
 

Nebula

Reserve Squad
Watched a 1944 film starring Bob Hope called "The Princess and the Pirate". Comedy/adventure/romance. Really enjoyed it. For the set of characters this is one of those films where all the actors gave their heart out to make it just right.
 
Operation Odessa. Been on Netflix for ages but I've just heard about it. Mad true story about how these 3 blokes get together to buy a submarine off the Russians and sell it to the Cali Cartel.
Really good 8/10.
 

Roman maroni

Full Back
Soldier Blue

a Western from 1970 that starts as a nice Sunday afternoon Western about a soldier taking a wifey ( her who played Murphy Brown) to safety. Takes a turn for the worse and there’s a Tarantino style ending. True story apparently, the ending that is

6.5/10
I've never seen this for years, I can only recall it been on tv once.
I saw this at the pictures in Ocean Road when it came out, I would have been 5.
You did well to get in considering it was X rated when it came out.
 
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Albay3037

Winger
Rory’s Way (2018) Brian Cox as a scotsman dying of cancer travels to San Francisco to see his estranged son. Nice film, quite funny too but bittersweet. 8/10
 

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