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  # 2068524 6-Aug-2018 11:17
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networkn:

 

I have found, whenever you watch fiction, especially Science Fiction you are better to save your analysis and just suspend your disbelief.

 

 

 

 

Especially if the movie comes from The Asylum Company. 





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  # 2068585 6-Aug-2018 12:42
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networkn:

 

I have found, whenever you watch fiction, especially Science Fiction you are better to save your analysis and just suspend your disbelief.

 

 

Suspending your disbelief to buy into the premise is one thing, but once you have done that things should be internally consistent and make sense within the fictional universe in which they exist.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2068849 6-Aug-2018 16:14
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Mission Impossible, Imax Auckland on Saturday.

 

 

 

Pretty good although maybe not the best one of the series. I always enjoy the gadgets and rubber masks etc but this one was more stunts than gadgets, most of which had been widely publicised before the release.

 

 

 

It's the second film I have seen in Imax this year and both times I have come out wondering what is so great about Imax over a good 'normal' screen.






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  # 2068975 6-Aug-2018 21:28
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Tomb Raider.

 

 

 

Picking at my eyeballs with toothpicks would've been more fun.

 

 

 

1/10


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  # 2069005 6-Aug-2018 22:43
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blakamin:

 

Tomb Raider.

 

Picking at my eyeballs with toothpicks would've been more fun.

 

1/10

 

 

The sequel was worse.

 

 


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  # 2069254 7-Aug-2018 12:55
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SJB:

 

blakamin:

 

Tomb Raider.

 

Picking at my eyeballs with toothpicks would've been more fun.

 

1/10

 

 

The sequel was worse.

 

 

I'd imagine he's talking about the new one.


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  # 2070959 9-Aug-2018 22:25
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Paul1977:

 

SJB:

 

blakamin:

 

Tomb Raider.

 

Picking at my eyeballs with toothpicks would've been more fun.

 

1/10

 

 

The sequel was worse.

 

 

I'd imagine he's talking about the new one.

 

 

 

 

Certainly was.. It makes the Jolie one look like Oscar material.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2071048 10-Aug-2018 09:35
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fantastic beasts and where to find them - Netflix - 8/10 Eddie Redmayne was his usual best, with Colin Farrell not bad as the villain. CGI was pretty good with a good plot





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  # 2071050 10-Aug-2018 09:37
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fantastic beasts and where to find them - Netflix - 8/10 Eddie Redmayne was his usual best, with Colin Farrell not bad as the villain. CGI was pretty good with a good plot

 

 

I'd probably go with 7/10 and I found Eddie a bit irritating TBH.


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  # 2071850 11-Aug-2018 18:19
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deadpool 2

 

the franchise is tired already ?

 

mediocre, unfunny

 

6/10


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ilovemusic:

 

deadpool 2

 

the franchise is tired already ?

 

mediocre, unfunny

 

6/10

 

 

Tough crowd!


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  # 2079932 27-Aug-2018 19:36
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The Belles of Saint Trinians (1954) 6.9 IMDB


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  # 2079943 27-Aug-2018 19:54
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Deadpool 2. Still trying to figure what was the fuss about. Rated highly on IMDB, yet just like other sequels - weak.


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Hereditary. This was a painful watch 3/10 don't know how it has a 7.5 on imdb.
Upgrade. All the action was in the trailer had the potential to be a good action flick 5/10.

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Distorter: Hereditary. This was a painful watch 3/10 don't know how it has a 7.5 on imdb.
Upgrade. All the action was in the trailer had the potential to be a good action flick 5/10.

 

Saw Hereditary on the big screen. Thought first two thirds were outstanding, the last third no so, but overall rate it very highly. The scene with the lamp post, and what immediately followed - best horror scene at least in last decade (IMHO)


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