Discussion in 'SMB' started by Junior Birdman, Aug 1, 2014.
It would have been 0/10 without Velma. She's lovely.
Scrappy wasn't in this one.
He wasn’t? Ah right then no bother,
Escape Room - 5/10
A mixture between Saw and Cube.
Gone baby gone
Thriller around missing kid in Boston, excellent 2007 directorial debut from Ben affleck.
Gritty and a solid 8/10
Shazam! - 8/10 a film made with a smile on it's face.
Right that's my Tuesday film sorted. Cheers!
great film, even better book.
Major League 1989 - Had never heard of this but it was pretty good sports comedy film starring Tom Berenger and Charlie Sheen 7/10
Last few weeks viewing-
Started off canny, quite creepy. Then the story went shite. Liked the twist though
Liked this one a lot, as a massive fan of SK I like to see how people interpret his stories. Thought it was very creepy, and again liked when it takes a different path to the byuk
Enjoyable and breathtakingly shot story of one mentalist’s desire to climb El Capitan without any ropes. The lad seems to have some issues with intimacy, looks awkward around his lass- but no such issues when on a cliff face. 3000 feet without a safety back up, well worth a watch
Smile. 1975 Michael Ritchie Beauty Pageant satire. Disappointing, as his other films I've watched are great. 6/10
watched this last night, was better than I expected, havent seen saw but it was definitely like a bigger budget version of CUBE
The Dirt a solid 7/10 for me....enjoyed it, missed quite a lot out off the book but the squirt scene probably used up all the rating
Saw it yesterday in 3d with the bairn. Loved it. A weird cross between Deadpool and Big! 8/10 from me also.
Copying Marvel and trying to inject a bit of humour into their films. About time anarl. I was starting to think DC stood for Depressing C***s.
Dragged Across Concrete 8/10 2nd viewing some really outrageous film making that. The last half of the film is quite different to the first half and its on for ages. Cant stop thinking about Jenifer Carpenter her scenes really blew me away.
I was convinced Don Johnson was one of the baddies.
What was that sniper scene all about, was he having a laugh?
Apparently Mel Gibson had to release this film under his ICON entertainment film company so it looks like the big cats in Hollywood wont give him the time of day. Needs clarifying.
Escape Room - 6.5/10
There's a film out today called "The Upside" starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart, it's a remake of the brilliant French film "The Intouchables".
If you're thinking of watching either watch The Intouchables. The remake is an insult to the original. They've replaced subtle French humour with Kevin fucking Hart jokes.
I saw the trailer and thought it would be shite since I was a big fan of the original French movie. Thanks for confirming my belief.
I watched one of the worst films I’ve ever seen the other night. Cell starring John Cusack and SLJ.
Puls (2016) - IMDb
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