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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Callum » 19th October, 2014, 4:02 pm

Just watched Dallas Buyers Club, great film.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Pugg » 20th October, 2014, 10:09 am

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Stunning Dutch movie :thumbsup:
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby JoeyBi15UK » 24th October, 2014, 12:26 pm

I haven't saw any films for ages gonna look through this now :lol:
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby ucancallmeback » 14th November, 2014, 5:26 pm

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My new favourite (non-musical) film. And even then I love the stage musical version....
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby smoothpotato » 15th December, 2014, 4:21 am

Definitely Interstellar. Amazing visuals, Matthew McConaughey is brilliant as always, and a really original soundtrack. Despite its length I never felt bored, and it really made me think. I didn't really enjoy the ending, but it might take a few more watches to get that.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Burns » 15th December, 2014, 7:38 pm

smoothpotato wrote:Definitely Interstellar. Amazing visuals, Matthew McConaughey is brilliant as always, and a really original soundtrack. Despite its length I never felt bored, and it really made me think. I didn't really enjoy the ending, but it might take a few more watches to get that.


OH MY GOD, YES! That movie was fucking nuts. Full disclosure though, I was stoned as shit when I saw the movie, but I doubt my opinion would change much if I was to see it sober.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby smoothpotato » 16th December, 2014, 5:11 am

Burns wrote:
smoothpotato wrote:Definitely Interstellar. Amazing visuals, Matthew McConaughey is brilliant as always, and a really original soundtrack. Despite its length I never felt bored, and it really made me think. I didn't really enjoy the ending, but it might take a few more watches to get that.


OH MY GOD, YES! That movie was fucking nuts. Full disclosure though, I was stoned as shit when I saw the movie, but I doubt my opinion would change much if I was to see it sober.


Hahaha. Yeah it's one of those movies
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby cheensy » 16th December, 2014, 9:30 am

defenitly the fault in our stars :heart: :heart: it's such a sat movie :( but i love it :heart: :heart:
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby TrueVictory » 18th December, 2014, 7:43 am

Saw The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies

...now I need to rewatch the LoTR series.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Sólstafir » 1st January, 2015, 6:10 am

I watched Under the Skin with Scarlett Johansson and it had enough of her titties to last two lifetimes. Really weird movie though, but I could appreciate the thought that went into it.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby BrownjaminBen » 1st January, 2015, 9:29 am

I re-watched Lucy which also has Scarlett Johansson in it, it's actually not a great film but I think she played the part phenomenally considering what she was given to work with. Plus there was Morgan Freeman in it, so that's like instant bonus points.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Canadianborn » 1st January, 2015, 10:23 am

BrownjaminBen wrote:I re-watched Lucy which also has Scarlett Johansson in it, it's actually not a great film but I think she played the part phenomenally considering what she was given to work with. Plus there was Morgan Freeman in it, so that's like instant bonus points.

Watching the trailer would give me a headache.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby ebay004 » 1st January, 2015, 12:39 pm

My film of the moment would have to be The kings of summer, I really liked the cinematography and the casting choices were great.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Sólstafir » 2nd January, 2015, 10:06 pm

BrownjaminBen wrote:I re-watched Lucy which also has Scarlett Johansson in it, it's actually not a great film but I think she played the part phenomenally considering what she was given to work with. Plus there was Morgan Freeman in it, so that's like instant bonus points.

She pretty much plays the same emotion-free character in Under The Skin, except she's an alien that wears the skin of the men she lures into her greasy house. There's not a whole lot of dialogue in it compared to Lucy either. The best thing about Under the Skin is the unscripted scenes where she actually drives around with hidden cameras and tries to get men in the car with her. :rofl2:
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby mattyk » 3rd January, 2015, 9:47 pm

I've literally just walked out of The Imitation Game. This movie so not what I thought it was about. The acting was superb and the storyline was fascinating though often desperately sad. A film every GTFer should see.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Skyrunner » 4th January, 2015, 8:54 pm

I saw The Woman in Black 2 and it was so average it hurt. I'd rather it be utterly terrible or amazing because that way I'll remember it. I'm gonna lose my shit if they make a third one because they kinda set themselves up for it.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby rxxli » 5th January, 2015, 5:35 pm

mattyk wrote:I've literally just walked out of The Imitation Game. This movie so not what I thought it was about. The acting was superb and the storyline was fascinating though often desperately sad. A film every GTFer should see.
"Sometimes it is the people that no one expects anything of that do the things that no one can imagine..."

I've been waiting far to long to actually see it. It will be in the cinema at the end of the month. I am kind of debating if I should actually go watch it there or just wait for some torrents.

I really don't want them to fuck up any historical events and facts. The life of Alan Turing is one of my big interests (after all he did have a bit of a role to play in the computer revolution) and I really do not want to be disappointed.

But... What did you think it was about?
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby mattyk » 10th January, 2015, 8:31 pm

rxxli wrote:
mattyk wrote:I've literally just walked out of The Imitation Game. This movie so not what I thought it was about. The acting was superb and the storyline was fascinating though often desperately sad. A film every GTFer should see.
"Sometimes it is the people that no one expects anything of that do the things that no one can imagine..."

I've been waiting far to long to actually see it. It will be in the cinema at the end of the month. I am kind of debating if I should actually go watch it there or just wait for some torrents.

I really don't want them to fuck up any historical events and facts. The life of Alan Turing is one of my big interests (after all he did have a bit of a role to play in the computer revolution) and I really do not want to be disappointed.

But... What did you think it was about?

Well, I thought the story would focus heavily on his amazing contribution to the war effort for the allies but that seemed almost secondary to the focus on Alan Turing as a person. I can't say too much for fear of ruining it for anyone who as yet may not have seen it but I didn't know ANY of the stuff about his personality and his life.
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