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  1. The Ginger Marks

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    Subjective, over ruled.
     
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  2. The Ginger Marks

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    Just binged the second series of Afterlife. Wonderful 10/10
     
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  3. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    Watched Odd Thomas again today. Very enjoyable movie that the late Anton Yelchin shines in.

    Whilst I enjoyed the Hateful 8 it's about half an hour too long. Django is not as good as Pulp Fiction and Tarantino's best film is Jackie Brown.

    History will agree with me.

    It always does.
     
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  4. FosseFilberto

    FosseFilberto Fosse Haggis de Pfeffel Filberto
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  5. captain wrong

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    i thought it was boring
     
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  6. captain wrong

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    films now are ****
     
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  7. Diego

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    Odd Thomas as in the Dean Koontz books?
     
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  8. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    Yes
     
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  9. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    Steven Sommers made a fist of bringing the first book to the screen a few years back. 2013 I think.

    Before it's release it was subject to litigation. The production companies had a barny. So it was shelved and eventually only got a limited release.

    You will find it on Amazon and possibly Netflix. It's a decent effort tbh.

    The Odd Thomas books are great btw. If anybody is looking for sommit to read during lockdown.
     
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  10. Diego

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    Cheers ALDO, i love those books and had no idea someone had made a film of them <ok>
     
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  11. Suckmyklopp

    Suckmyklopp nil by mouth

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    The banker

    An Apple original

    Based on the true story of two black guys who bought 2 banks in texas in the 60s.

    Really enjoyed that.
     
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    Toy Story 4
    Feared the worst after number 3 ended the series well.
    Pleasantly surprised
    8/10
     
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  13. Libby

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    Didn't even know there was a toy story 4.
     
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  14. Quesadaad

    Quesadaad Well-Known Member

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    Really? It was at pictures last year.
     
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  15. Libby

    Libby Not606's Top Interviewee

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    I haven't been to the pictures in about 5 years. Probably worth grabbing on dvd to watch with the lad though.
     
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  16. Quesadaad

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    Yeah definitely. My daughter loves it and there’s just enough hidden stuff to keep the adults entertained.
     
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  17. Stan

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    Running through treacle watching the third series of Westworld. Committed to getting to the end but looking forward to it being over.
     
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  18. Libby

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    Watching some WW1 documentary.
     
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  19. Welshie

    Welshie Not606's Top Cityzen

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    Honestly, Westworld is one of the most disappointing series I've ever watched. After season 1 I was hyped, very quickly in season 2 I realised this **** isn't going anywhere.
     
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  20. Welshie

    Welshie Not606's Top Cityzen

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    I think that stems from the unnecessary flashback, I don't know what it adds for us to witness the gang taking over the haberdashery and slaughtering those overly friendly people. I guess it was to show the true evil of the gang, but I think we could use our imagination. Weird because usually Quentin leaves quite a lot for interpretation, the Hateful 8 reveals every single detail, you know exactly what happened beginning til end from multiple points of view.

    It's a damn good movie imo, but I can fully understand why it was so polarising.
     
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