Discussion in 'SMB' started by Junior Birdman, Aug 1, 2014.
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Three Billboards - 9/10
Detroit - 7/10
Darkest Hour - 7/10
Bright - 4/10
Spy (2015) fucking loved it, class film, really funny in parts, class cast - 9/10, thoroughly enjoyed it .
Oops it was Google Play.
High Plains Drifter 9/10
Seen it before but it's still class, like all of Clint Eastwoods westerns
Spy. Turned it off, so no score.
The Fog (1970) - 7/10
Watched this on the Horror Channel last night, haven’t seen it for a few years, still a canny film.
Only the Brave 8/10
True story based on the Granite Mountain Hotshot firefighters.
Good cast too.
Watched it for the first time last night on T.V. Very funny. I never thought I'd say this, but Jason Statham was class! He should only play this role in the future. Very good.
The Big Sick - decent enough for a relaxed Sunday evening - 7/10
Back to see greatest showman this week for one final time.
The Ritual. 6.6/10
Filled and hour and a half
Valkyrie. 9/10 for me.
The one thing about this film and the true story, is why did they take so long to come up with the plot to assassinate Hitler?
Was it part that they knew the war was lost at that stage?
There were loads of failed attempts before Valkyrie. Think that they got their act together when they could see that the war as lost. The aristocrats in the army were fearing the communists taking over Germany & hoped that they could make a deal with the Western allies if they offed Hitler.
Yes and no. I think.
There was plenty of attempts iirc and yes this one was because they due the game was up and wanted the best possible deal for Germany. Whereas Hitler wanted to destroy Germany for losing.
The ending man. "Ah, stop screaming, you loved it."
It was mint, I laughed my head off as I could imagine he was right . I did think she may have ended up bucking Peter Serafinowicz's character .
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