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Old 16th Nov 2014, 09:09 PM   #31
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Just watched Miller's Crossing, an early Cohen work. I could watch that film every day.

Recently watched Snowpiercer, wanted to like it more, but it fell a part for me as the film progressed. What were the protein bars made of, I couldn't tell what was in the vat.
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Old 17th Nov 2014, 12:27 AM   #32
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Re watching Star Wars The Cline Wars on Netflix, it's been awhile since I watched it and watching the new Star Wars Rebels got me interested in watching Clone Wars again. I'm next going to watch Hobbit 2 extended version.
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Just watched Miller's Crossing, an early Cohen work. I could watch that film every day.

Recently watched Snowpiercer, wanted to like it more, but it fell a part for me as the film progressed. What were the protein bars made of, I couldn't tell what was in the vat.
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Old 17th Nov 2014, 03:57 PM   #34
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Walking Dead Season 4 all weekend on Netflix.
Trying to find someplace that streams Penny Dreadful.
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Old 18th Nov 2014, 03:41 AM   #35
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Just in the middle of this creepy series, Les Revenants. Last night´s episode was unsettling

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Old 18th Nov 2014, 10:47 AM   #36
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The Machine

A fairly low budget sci fi/AI/Cyborg thriller. Was okay but definitely a missed opportunity.
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Old 18th Nov 2014, 11:16 AM   #37
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Children of Men. one of my favs
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Old 19th Nov 2014, 09:47 AM   #38
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Children of Men. one of my favs
Yes, excellent movie.
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Old 22nd Nov 2014, 01:44 PM   #39
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South Park, Grounded Vindaloop.

I frequently wonder what they are thinking when they come up with a South Park episode, but this was one of those episodes where it makes watching all the crap ones worthwhile, Combining Hollywood junk like "inception" with Occulus Rift headsets, and India based support centres where everyone is called Steve, wildly original, and one of the funniest I have seen in a long time...
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Riddick, man that was a long film.
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Old 22nd Nov 2014, 09:29 PM   #41
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Two specials on the Anglo Saxon hoard;
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I just finished watching the documentary "Jodorowsky's Dune" on Netflix. What a fantastic documentary! It's a shame the movie was never made. The one they did do was garbage.
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Watched Hidalgo last night with Fran.
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Just finished Guardians of the Galaxy - which dropped through my front door this morning
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Just finished Guardians of the Galaxy - which dropped through my front door this morning
What did you think?

I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected when i saw it at the cinema.
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What did you think?

I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected when i saw it at the cinema.
Saw it as the cinema as well and loved it.
Yes it's gloriously silly, but for me it evoked a sense of wonder that I rarely get from a movie these days, I've even compared it to how I felt after seeing a certain movie way back in '77.
Some of the scenes were truly jawdropping and stunning in scope. The entrance to Knowhere for example, incredible and gave me the sense of a whole new universe opening up - one that I wanted to see more and discover more of.



Serious contender for my movie of the year ( yet to see Interstellar though)
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Yes, that pretty much nails it, great fun and some genuinely new settings.

I also thought they managed to keep the humour in character, funny without being distracting. The milage they got from "I am Groot!" was ridiculous! (In a good way).

I also enjoyed the (digital) comics, though they changed quite a few things around. (You get to know quite a bot more about the soviet space dog you glimpse in the film too).
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Saw it as the cinema as well and loved it.
Yes it's gloriously silly, but for me it evoked a sense of wonder that I rarely get from a movie these days, I've even compared it to how I felt after seeing a certain movie way back in '77.
Some of the scenes were truly jawdropping and stunning in scope. The entrance to Knowhere for example, incredible and gave me the sense of a whole new universe opening up - one that I wanted to see more and discover more of.



Serious contender for my movie of the year ( yet to see Interstellar though)
You'll stick with Guardians as your movie of the year after seeing Interstellar.

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The Quatermass Xperiment from 1955, part of BBC's sci fi season
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I've been rewatching Star Trek: The Next Generation from episode 1. I'm currently a few episodes into Season 4. It's fun to watch it now and see things I never saw before and poke fun at the plot holes.
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I've got Quatermass and the Pit on my to watch list this week. But I just got done watching "Jodorowsky's Dune". It really would have been something to see. I noted that the entire team of design "warriors" were picked up to do Alien.... Foss, Moebius, Giger....
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After some time I am watching Star Trek TOS again.. just finished "The Conscience of the King"
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We've just been on a spree here.
Guardians
Dawn of the planet of the apes.
Heaven is for real
Hercules (tonight)
Divergent (tomorrow)
I have to say that I really enjoyed Guardians.. the rest. Meh..
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watched Maleficent with dinner. Very good FX, and great story. My recommendation
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Transporter - crappy Bond-like fight scenes comprise this plot-less series
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Just watched Dr No with Sean Connery.
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Farscape. Recently finished Season 3 and 4, and the Peacekeeper Wars. Now going back to Seasons 1 and 2. Probably the third or fourth time through the series. I love me some Farscape.
Next up is probably Stargate SG1, from the beginning

Btw, great idea for a thread. Can't believe we didn't start one long time ago.
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