Discussion in 'SMB' started by Junior Birdman, Aug 1, 2014.
Watched Hacksaw ridge on netflix last night.
What a war hero that fella was.
Well, that's closer to 10 I suppose.
I’d agree with Scarface however The Godfather is a brilliant film.
Bird Box, very long and a bit pointless. Sandra Bullock just proves whatever she is in, no matter how you polish it, shit is still shit. May have been better if a better actor was in it.
White Boy Rick - 7.33/10
Me and our lass watched Girl on the Train other night, doubt would watch it again, and she wants to watch that Bird Box later, reckons I’ll have a crafty sleep
Aye, that anarl
Rust Creek 9/10
Its brilliant like I don't want to post a spoiler
Spoiler: Dont watch the trailer or read reviews just watch it
but female Rambo first blood meets Breaking Bad
What an amazing movie, the soundtrack, cinematography and acting superb throughout! Never a dull moment, in fact I was enjoying it so much I didn't want it to end! I'm giving this gem of a movie 8, fantastic job to everyone involved.
I was meaning to watch this and watched it yesterday. What was Stephen Graham thinking? 2/10.
Escape Plan well worth a watch.
Took my daughter to see Bumblebee today. Both thoroughly enjoyed it. Nonstop from the start. Finally a Transformers film worth watching. 8/10.
Just watched Bird box, utter shite.
IT WAS GOOD
What's the new death wish film with Bruce Willis like?
Stupid from start to finish.
Lass runs around for 5 years with a blindfold and only trips over twice.
3 blokes who run a lighthouse find some gold and go off their rockers. Very good 8.5/10
excellent film, really enjoyed it... starts off with some strong stuff but then goes lighthearted with some funny bits. it wasnt till the harry belafonte scene though that i realised the film was actually about about the current world, rather than the 70s... ends with some serious shit to remind you that the world can easily slip back to where it once was.
Haha, thought exactly the same, had to google the cast just to make sure.
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