Movie thread!

ezflyer

Active Member
you're not a cumberbitch, eh? i actually quite like him :) but i only really know him from sherlock, star trek into darkness & the voices for the hobbit movies
 

marzwoody

Active Member
I'm gonna watch that. I saw a western the other day called in the valley of violence, starring Ethan hawke. pretty good flick
 

NunyaBidness

Active Member
Oddsb Poker Champ
Caught Nocturnal Animals last night. I try to avoid reviews and trailers whenever possible and find that the less I know about movies the more I tend to enjoy them. Anyway, I got a free t-shirt when I bought the ticket, which I thougth was weird for going to what I thought was an art film. And then some people in the audience said it was going to be scary, which really concerned me. I guess I got tricked into seeing a horror movie.

Anyway, as soon as the first image popped up, which I won't spoil, all my concerns disappeared. Two interelated stories of revenge set inside the LA art scene and the west texas scrubland. Terrific performances by everyone. Wife was so disturbed by the violence the symbolism and connection between the stories was basically lost on her. An amazing piece of stunt-casting with Amy Adams and Isla Fisher.

Highly recommended.
 

ezflyer

Active Member
Star wars rogue one...

7.5/10

Not great
Not bad

Just a solid, fun, gorgeous movie.

Worth seeing in theaters. Great visuals.
 

Vaughany

Active Member
Caught Nocturnal Animals last night. I try to avoid reviews and trailers whenever possible and find that the less I know about movies the more I tend to enjoy them. Anyway, I got a free t-shirt when I bought the ticket, which I thougth was weird for going to what I thought was an art film. And then some people in the audience said it was going to be scary, which really concerned me. I guess I got tricked into seeing a horror movie.

Anyway, as soon as the first image popped up, which I won't spoil, all my concerns disappeared. Two interelated stories of revenge set inside the LA art scene and the west texas scrubland. Terrific performances by everyone. Wife was so disturbed by the violence the symbolism and connection between the stories was basically lost on her. An amazing piece of stunt-casting with Amy Adams and Isla Fisher.

Highly recommended.
Watched it last night, excellent. My boiii Jake killing it as per
 

ezflyer

Active Member
Anyone watch Shameless? I'm about 8 episodes in now. Pretty funny show.
I watched the first two seasons, I quit I think after s3e1 or something . I just had my fill.

It was alright, tho.
 
  • Like
Reactions: BT

marzwoody

Active Member
Caught Nocturnal Animals last night. I try to avoid reviews and trailers whenever possible and find that the less I know about movies the more I tend to enjoy them. Anyway, I got a free t-shirt when I bought the ticket, which I thougth was weird for going to what I thought was an art film. And then some people in the audience said it was going to be scary, which really concerned me. I guess I got tricked into seeing a horror movie.

Anyway, as soon as the first image popped up, which I won't spoil, all my concerns disappeared. Two interelated stories of revenge set inside the LA art scene and the west texas scrubland. Terrific performances by everyone. Wife was so disturbed by the violence the symbolism and connection between the stories was basically lost on her. An amazing piece of stunt-casting with Amy Adams and Isla Fisher.

Highly recommended.
It was a good film. I was abit more interested in what was happening in the novel though.
 
Top