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  # 1846956 15-Aug-2017 11:42
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networkn:

 

I am the opposite, she annoys the heck out of me. Her and Larry David are my two least favourite actors of all time. 

 

I still watch her movies because sometimes they have good plots, but LD I won't watch in anything. 

 

 

Larry David is pretty good. Pretty, pretty, pretty good.

 

 

 

 

He just creeps me out so badly. It's freaking horrible. 


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  # 1846969 15-Aug-2017 11:56
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networkn:He just creeps me out so badly. It's freaking horrible. 

 

This is why I have not ever seen any of the 'Mission Impossible' franchise because Tom Cruise does the same thing to me. He just can not act and that greasy smile freaks me out. The last TC movie I saw was 'Top Gun' and only because I am ex RNZAF so planes excite me a little bit. 😊





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  # 1846971 15-Aug-2017 12:00
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networkn:He just creeps me out so badly. It's freaking horrible. 

 

This is why I have not ever seen any of the 'Mission Impossible' franchise because Tom Cruise does the same thing to me. He just can not act and that greasy smile freaks me out. The last TC movie I saw was 'Top Gun' and only because I am ex RNZAF so planes excite me a little bit. 😊

 

 

Ah, I think you are missing out. He does awesome as Ethan Hunt and I really like the plot twists. I used to watch MI with my grandfather (original series) and I think they have done a great job with the movies. 

 

 


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  # 1850200 22-Aug-2017 10:25
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Once upon a Time In Venice (2017) - Bruce Willis at his worst plus John Goodman - 2½/5

 

John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) - not as good as the first but still - 3½/5





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  # 1850212 22-Aug-2017 10:43
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FineWine:

 

networkn:He just creeps me out so badly. It's freaking horrible. 

 

This is why I have not ever seen any of the 'Mission Impossible' franchise because Tom Cruise does the same thing to me. He just can not act and that greasy smile freaks me out. The last TC movie I saw was 'Top Gun' and only because I am ex RNZAF so planes excite me a little bit. 😊

 

 

 

 


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  # 1850326 22-Aug-2017 13:32
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Aftermath - Arnie 5/10

 

It was just a nothing movie, no plot twists, not really even that interesting of a story. 


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  # 1850352 22-Aug-2017 13:51
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - ?/10

 

Don't honestly know what to say about this. Was odd, funny, an interesting idea but pretty easy to see the twist way before it happened. Some reasonable actors and it had me for a while, then lost me, then got me, then lost me. Not your average flick and the wife enjoyed it.

 

Worth a watch but don't expect to be blown away.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1853352 27-Aug-2017 18:32
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The Hitman's Bodyguard 8.5/10 , Thoroughly enjoyed this, great actors and a real good mix of action and comedy.





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  # 1853415 27-Aug-2017 20:29
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martyyn: Shooter - This story has been told more times than ...
They movie is indeed average, but the 2016 10 part series on Netflix is actually quite good. Give that a go. 

 

Season 1 was enjoyable. I stopped watching Season 2 after episode 1. It felt like they didn't offer anything new going forward. Disappointed.





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  # 1853525 27-Aug-2017 23:51
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The Hitman's Bodyguard 8.5/10 , Thoroughly enjoyed this, great actors and a real good mix of action and comedy.

 

 

Yup agreed. Some excellent lines in that. I wouldn't want to know how many times the words M and F were used together in that movie. I think it's pretty much all that SLJ says.


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  # 1854349 28-Aug-2017 20:28
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We are going to bed early to watch Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web. I wonder if we will fall asleep early as well?


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  # 1854609 29-Aug-2017 10:23
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Gifted

 

Nice drama that will see your eyes at times find that dust in the air and water a little bit. 8.5/10

 

Atomic Blonde

 

Slow to get started and after the first 20 or so minutes I almost tuned out. The pace picked up and by the end I quite enjoyed it. 7/10

 

Transformers: The Last Knight

 

4/10 and it only made it that high due to Anthony Hopkins - always enjoy his performances. But if you've seen any of the previous movies you've already seen this one.

 

The Big Sick

 

Romantic Comedy that is losely based on the story of two different cultures coming together. 9/10

 

Baby Driver

 

Great action/crime flick with a great soundtrack. Marked down to an 8/10 for those Tui yeah, right moments

 

Logan Lucky

 

Oceans Eleven meets West Virginia. Comedy/Crime genre from Steven Soderbergh. Another 8/10.


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Kubo and the 2 Strings

 

Watched this with my kids, but really really enjoyed it myself. Reminded me a (little) bit of an old online anime(ish) series called Ninjai, but better. Possibly a bit scary in bits for younger kids but both myself and mine definitely liked it.  Very cool end credits too :)

 

 


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  # 1855541 30-Aug-2017 22:36
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Have just got home from watching Dunkirk. And indeed, it is a masterpiece, gritty, and draining. Less is more. 


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  # 1855557 30-Aug-2017 23:21
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“The Saint” 2017 movie on Netflix.

8/10 good clean ‘old school’ Bond style light hearted fun.

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