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Old 5th Apr 2016, 04:33 AM   #391
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Just learned about this piece of interesting news concerning Episode VIII...

http://www.theguardian.com/film/2016...s-episode-viii
Yeah i saw that and interesting, he probably wont be in a funny role sadly, i think EP VII needed a bit more humour, what humour they had was predictable and not really funny.
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Old 5th Apr 2016, 05:41 AM   #392
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Talking of what we are watching, anyone watching Walking Dead and what do you think of it. I watch the final one last night with the introduction of Negan, me and the wife were both fans of TWD but to be honest it is now getting to repetitive and dare i say it a bit boring.

Negan's over long, self indulgent speech in the last episode really did the series in for me. I want them to get back to some direction and a little bit more hopeful, now i think they are just dragging it on and on.

I would like them to get back to the zombie threat and how to deal with it and maybe even cure it. Its now at the point were the biggest threat is other humans and not Zombie, they seem to be a by product to cut up and shoot now and again.

Probably wont watch it again.
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The whole finale felt like a regular episode that at the last minute they decided to stretch out to 90 minutes so every scene and situation was stretched to a ridiculous degree.
I had no problem with the Negan long monologue but the way the beating at the end was handled pissed me off.

They've done something in the last two episodes that really bothered me. When Daryl was shot you didn't see him getting hit you just see blood splattered across the lens of the camera and they did the same thing for the last shot of the season. It took me out of moment, it's like, to me, they were acknowledging the camera and the audience. It was a kind of a wink and f-u gimmick to the audience to tell them you'll have to come back again to see what happened.
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No it's not a sequel, if you go in expecting an action movie you'll be disappointed.

If you stretch it you could make a connection of a sort to the other Cloverfield, but nothing directly and this one doesn't have the hand held camera.
Thanks for reply, I give it a miss.
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I just finished watching the blu Ray of Star Wars The Force Awakens. Yes, I saw it when it premiered in December but this time I can watch it anytime in my chair and hit pause to go pee! I also watched The Last Witch Hunter from Netflix starring Vin Diesal, I would not recommend it. I'm about to watch another Netflix rental, the Martian. I'm looking forward to that.
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The whole finale felt like a regular episode that at the last minute they decided to stretch out to 90 minutes so every scene and situation was stretched to a ridiculous degree.
I had no problem with the Negan long monologue but the way the beating at the end was handled pissed me off.

They've done something in the last two episodes that really bothered me. When Daryl was shot you didn't see him getting hit you just see blood splattered across the lens of the camera and they did the same thing for the last shot of the season. It took me out of moment, it's like, to me, they were acknowledging the camera and the audience. It was a kind of a wink and f-u gimmick to the audience to tell them you'll have to come back again to see what happened.
Yes they do seem to get going for these gimmicky cliff hangers, also like with Glenn's death or not. After the last episode me and the wife looked at each other and just said, that's it we are finished with it. If they follow the comics everyone knows who dies, however there is a character that is not in the comics and maybe it will be them.

Its just rehashing the next bad guy/group and as i said the importance now seems to be on bad humans not on Walking Dead. I would like to see some direction, when it started there was a journey and maybe some hope so you cared about the characters. Once it was known the hope was fake then to be honest i started to care less and less about many of the characters indeed some i wanted to see the back of.

Anyway its a personal choice but for me and the wife its done.

This has been coming for a bit now it was just after the last episode we both agreed it was time to leave.
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"The Force Awakens" now that it came out on dvd. I must be getting old, or jaded, or something. It was ok. Overall it just felt... predictable. Like I've seen the major points 2 or 3 times now in this universe. There were some fun bits, and I was mostly entertained. Some of the scenes were a little too over the top - Poe in his x-wing shooting everything effortlessly: swatting ties like flies, ground troops, did they need to bring anybody else? Jeez....
Force powers bordering on video-game level silliness. Ren is so absolute badass that I expected them to show him pulling a star destroyer out of orbit for kicks. That kind of silly. Yet he gets his ass handed to him by a guy who's never touched a lightsabre before and a girl who appears to be the force personified but has no clue about it.

Then there's Luke doing his best "Old Obi-Wan" impression at the end. Why does this just scream he's going to do the same sacrifice that Ben did in Star Wars on the death star?

I couldn't shake the feeling that I was watching a fan film on YouTube.

And just for me: damnit, why did Ford have to get old?
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I just watched the Rogue One trailer and it makes me wish that I had a time machine that would hurry towards Christmas as it's classic Star Wars time with proper X-Wings and proper Stormtroopers and not the Apple knock off.
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watched the Rogue One trailer
watched "SW: The Force Awakens" on Bluray
watched "Crimson Peak" -- which I really enjoyed but found a bit predictable
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And just for me: damnit, why did Ford have to get old?
Because he's suffering from Life, a fatal, sexually transmitted disease.

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Because he's suffering from Life, a fatal, sexually transmitted disease.

lol, yeah, I seem to have contracted that one myself.
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lol, yeah, I seem to have contracted that one myself.
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Beverly Hills Cop II

I bet nobody saw that coming!
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10/10 would recomend and will watch again!

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I bet nobody saw that coming!
Johnny Wishbone would have.
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Very good (haha!!)
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Watched Terminator: Genisys on Netflix last night. I found it surprisingly entertaining considering the bad rap it got when it played in the theatres. It was certainly better than the previous movie.
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Watched Terminator: Genisys on Netflix last night. I found it surprisingly entertaining considering the bad rap it got when it played in the theatres. It was certainly better than the previous movie.
I love all the Terminator movies, including this one (and the previous one!) and I don't even berate Terminator 3. Make of that what you will; maybe I'm easily entertained.

In my opinion the bad rap that these movies have scored on their more recent releases stems from the fact that Terminator 2 has already done and said it all! It did it in style too. Not only is T2 the most entertaining of the Terminator movies but it's arguably one of the most fun sci-fi action flicks of all time! -- I'm not sure how they would ever top it.

I'm up for them to continue trying though, for sure.
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Watched Terminator: Genisys on Netflix last night. I found it surprisingly entertaining considering the bad rap it got when it played in the theatres. It was certainly better than the previous movie.
I also thought it was absolutely OK. From a CG stand-point, the re-creation of the opening scene from Terminator 1 alone was worth watching it. That was top notch!
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Just saw Jungle Book last night. Holy smokes that team just raised the bar on CG animals and environments. I noticed one apparent logic error in some scene placement, and one glaringly obvious composite error (Akila's foot is right in front of Mowgli, and isn't blended into the environment or lighting at all), but honestly if it hadn't been for Mowgli running around (most of the time he has that "stage lighting" feel), I wouldn't have known what was real and what wasn't.

Scratch that, I'm still not entirely sure what was real and what wasn't because there is a great scene in there where Mowgli is hugging Rahksha's head, and mussing her fur, and it's raining. Logic tells me it has to be a physical prop of some sort, but I think it was CG, and it looked totally perfect.

Also, they have a pangolin. He's quite possibly my favorite character. And the end credits are hilariously awesome.
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Just watched "Ghost In The Shell: The New Movie". I enjoyed it, but the story was a bit weak. Or else I'm getting burned out on the series, not sure which.

The CGI is excellent, if you've seen previous iterations, you know what to expect. The story follows on the "Arise" miniseries (although you don't need to have seen it to enjoy the movie). Kusanagi's eyes still weird me out - the Arise look is just too odd for me - they really stand out. Other than that, I enjoy the "prequel"-ness of it, with a section 9 that is not yet a section 9 (but getting there) and all that entails. Fun ride as usual.
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Just saw Jungle Book last night. Holy smokes that team just raised the bar on CG animals and environments. I noticed one apparent logic error in some scene placement, and one glaringly obvious composite error (Akila's foot is right in front of Mowgli, and isn't blended into the environment or lighting at all), but honestly if it hadn't been for Mowgli running around (most of the time he has that "stage lighting" feel), I wouldn't have known what was real and what wasn't.

Scratch that, I'm still not entirely sure what was real and what wasn't because there is a great scene in there where Mowgli is hugging Rahksha's head, and mussing her fur, and it's raining. Logic tells me it has to be a physical prop of some sort, but I think it was CG, and it looked totally perfect.

Also, they have a pangolin. He's quite possibly my favorite character. And the end credits are hilariously awesome.
I want to see that, it looks so good plus the animated movie was my favorite when I was a kid.

As for what I just watched was Game of Thrones season 6 premiere, it was incredible. I also watched the behind the scenes from season 5 blu ray set, it's incredible what they do to make this show look so good. I had no idea it's filmed in 3 different countries. Kings Landing is filmed in an old city in Croatia, The Ice Wall is filmed in Ireland and the scenes from across the Narrow Sea is Spain. The cgi is incredible. I love it.
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I just watched Snowpiercer on Netflix last night. It was a surprisingly enjoyable movie!
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Finally watched Batman v Superman. I didn't hate it.
Storywise, it was okay. Overall length of the movie was a bit long for me, but not boringly so. I may be the only person on earth that thought Affleck was a decent Batman/Bruce Wayne (loved Jeremy Irons' Alfred) and I could watch a Batman movie. Not overly fond of his apparent willingness to pick up a gun and use it, though, but the darker, edgier thing seems to haunt DC movies - fear of going toe to toe with Marvel's juggernaut I guess. Would have preferred that Batman was a more contemporary age to Supes, but the old guy bit is okay too.

Anyhow, I enjoyed it and am curious to see Justice League, Wonder Woman, whatever else is in the works.
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Stranger Things.
Watched it in two days on Netflix. I just couldn't stop watching! It was great!
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Finally watched Batman v Superman. I didn't hate it.
Storywise, it was okay. Overall length of the movie was a bit long for me, but not boringly so. I may be the only person on earth that thought Affleck was a decent Batman/Bruce Wayne (loved Jeremy Irons' Alfred) and I could watch a Batman movie. Not overly fond of his apparent willingness to pick up a gun and use it, though, but the darker, edgier thing seems to haunt DC movies - fear of going toe to toe with Marvel's juggernaut I guess. Would have preferred that Batman was a more contemporary age to Supes, but the old guy bit is okay too.

Anyhow, I enjoyed it and am curious to see Justice League, Wonder Woman, whatever else is in the works.
Hmmm...

I found the soundtrack seriously off putting. No problems with the cast, but seriously over long, and slow paced.
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Watched it in two days on Netflix. I just couldn't stop watching! It was great!
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Stranger Things.
Watched it in two days on Netflix. I just couldn't stop watching! It was great!
I know what you mean, I loved it. It reminded me of all the 80's movies I loved as a kid. I won't spoil it except for one scene, and it's not important to the story but I loved the part where the bully in the gym gets his due when he is made to pee in his pants in front of the entire school.

Another movie I just watched was London Has Fallen, the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, it was a fun action movie.

I also watched Batman vs. Superman, I liked it. I thought it was fun and I really enjoyed Wonder Woman.

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I don't really get the fuss over Stranger Things. It was fine. People's fanaticism seems to be based solely on nostalgia. This reminds me of something I remember! therefore I like it! The 80's setting was very well realised and the performances were authentic (apart from Winona Ryder who was irritatingly 1-note the whole way through) but the story was derivative, the character progression was obvious. Enjoyable but nothing special.

Unlike BvS which was just toilet water.
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The only real issue with BvS that I didn't like was how easily Wayne gets sucked in by Luthor. Really, the "world's greatest detective" should have seen through that. Story was a bit long and plodding, a little too slow.

But it is a comic book movie, and I went in to it with low expectations and for it to be the set-up for Justice League, etc., so I didn't mind it.

It was no Deadpool, but then again, what is?
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